Diario Nacional, November 19, 2010 language source: Tetun - President Jose Ramos Horta said he did appreciate the Anti-Corruption Commission (KAK), as they had started investigating corruption cases which were being filed in the KAK’s office.
President Horta said it was important for the KAK to carry out its work optimally to eradicate the corruption virus in the country, adding that KAK should take corruptors to the court to testify.
Anti-corruption Commission (KAK) Commissioner Aderito de Jesus Soares said they had started to analyse and investigate those cases being submitted to their office.
“We have started to take the first steps of investigations and is called compilation of information and analyses of the cases submitted to our office,” Soares said. Soares also called for the public to submit new corruption cases in January next year.