03 April 2011

Prosecutor General investigates 40 corruption cases

Suara Timor Lorosa'e, April 1, 2011 language source: Tetun - Deputy Prosecutor General, Vicente Fernandes Brito, confirmed that the Public Prosecution has investigated 40 corruption cases from 2010 to 2011.

"Starting from 2010 up to 2011, the Prosecutor General received 40 corruption cases and the Anti-Corruption Commission (KAK) also has the right to investigate these cases which is called "Pucalato" (if a public official misuses state money)," Brito said.

Brito added that KAK has the power to investigate any corruption cases which is believed to be in  engaged by public officials within the Government instructions.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Let's wait and see if ever it is announced by Aderito de Jesus Soares that KAK is investigating a former member of RENETIL.

Pigs might fly; know what I mean?