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Equality and equity are two concepts which are often opposed to each other, though most people often mention them in the same breath.
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SIBU: The search for two Sarawakian officers from the Fourth Battalion of the Royal Ranger Regiment (4RRD), missing since July 20 in Pulau Perak, Kedah, will be intensified as soon as new signs materi...
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SIBU: The search for two missing Sarawakian soldiers of the Fourth Battalion of the Royal Ranger Regiment will be intensified as soon as new signs materialise, said Defence Minister Mohamad Sabu today...
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The search for two Sarawakian officers from the Fourth Battalion of the Royal Ranger Regiment (4RRD), missing since July 20 in Pulau Perak, Kedah, will be intensified as soon as new signs materialise,...
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Mohamad (seated, left) in a discussion with Moses’ father in law Michael.
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SIBU: The search for two Sarawakian soldiers who went missing last month while on duty at Pulau Perak, Kedah will continue if there are new leads, says Mohamad Sabu.
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KUCHING, Aug 18 — Defence Minister Mohamad Sabu today explained that the two Sarawakian soldiers, who disappeared while on duty at Pulau Perak, Kedah, last month, will continue to receive their mont...
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KUCHING: Sarawakians are questioning the defence ministry on the lack of effort in the search for two soldiers who went missing while on duty in Pulau Perak, Kedah.
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The search for missing Sarawakian soldiers, Corporal David Edmund Rapi and his colleague L/Cpl Moses Logers, are still ongoing, Defence Minister Mohamad Sabu said on Friday.He added that the sea searc...
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KUCHING: Santubong MP Dato Sri Wan Junaidi Tuank Jaafar urged the Malaysian Search and Rescue (SAR) team to put in the same level of efforts in looking for the two Sarawakian soldiers missing in Pulau...
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Wan Junaidi Tuanku Jaafar KUCHING: Santubong MP Dato Sri Wan Junaidi Tuank Jaafar is urging the authorities involved in the search for two missing Sarawakian soldiers to be as enthusiastic in their e...
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KUCHING: The families of two Sarawakian soldiers who went missing last month while on duty at Pulau Perak, Kedah, insist that authorities must resume the search for them.
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The family members join Baru (seated, centre) during the press conference as they prepare to visit the site where the soldiers went missing once more.
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KUCHING: The family members of two Sarawakian soldiers, missing since July 19, have urged the government to resume the search for them.
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One of the rooms that was turned upside down by the robbers.
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Fatimah speaks to reporters at the press conference, accompanied by the family members of the missing soldiers.
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Moses (pictured) and Edmund have been missing since July 20.
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Thony (centre) speaking to reporters during a press conference.
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Wan Azizah was spotted with the beaded bag adorned with a distinctly Sarawakian motif.
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Mohamad (centre) lays a brick as a symbolic when inspecting the sites of the RKAT and armed forces clinic and dental clinic that are being upgraded during his official visit to the Penrissen Camp toda...
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KUCHING: The Malaysian Armed Forces (MAF) has suspended the search for two Sarawakian soldiers who went missing while on duty in Pulau Perak, Kedah, on July 19.
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Mohamad (centre) lays a brick as a symbolic when inspecting the site of the RKAT and armed forces clinic and dental clinic that will be upgraded during his official visit to the Penrissen Camp today.
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Amelia Roziman KUCHING: Business Events Sarawak (BESarawak) chief operating officer Amelia Roziman, a Sarawakian, is among two winners from around the globe awarded the European School of Management ...
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Abdul Karim Rahman Hamzah KUCHING: Minister of Tourism, Arts, Culture, Youth and Sports Datuk Abdul Karim Rahman Hamzah wants to see Sarawakians who have made a name for themselves in the global aren...
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Abdul Karim (third left) together with (from right) Siaw, Edwin and others pose in front of the KWJF 2019 street mural.
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KUALA LUMPUR: A prominent novelist and social commentator known for his unconventional writings on Malay history is under serious consideration for Sasterawan Negara, the title for the national laurea...
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PETALING JAYA: A Sarawakian won the RM17.7 million Toto 4D Jackpot 1 with the combination of his age and a car registration number on July 10.
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A young woman is briefed by an Election Commission officer in this file photo.
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Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim  – Bernama file photo KUCHING: Parti Keadilan Rakyat (PKR) leaders have rallied behind Datuk Seri Mohamed Azmin Ali after Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim said Azmin should resign...
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KOTA KINABALU: A Health Department official in Ranau district has been arrested for allegedly illegally processing and handing out health cards to food handlers in the area.
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MIRI: Search and rescue teams have discovered a 75-metre passageway and a deep, dark pool beneath the Deer Cave at the Mulu National Park.
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MIRI: A 66-year-old Dutch tourist was found dead in a river inside the Mulu National Park Deer Cave after a flash flood.
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Abang Johari (fifth left) presents an EPS fund to a mother and child at the event.
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MIRI: A tourist from Holland, Peter Hans Hoverkamp, 66, was found drowned in a river inside a cave in Mulu National Park on Saturday (July 13).
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KUCHING: Abusing synthetic drugs which are produced by mixing chemical substances such as syabu and amphetamine is on the rise among Sarawakian youths.
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Abang Johari and Ahmad Nizam (right) pose with recipients of the sponsorship.
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BUTTERWORTH: A PKR state assemblyman has called for sterner action against former Santubong division Youth head Haziq Abdullah Abdul Aziz.
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Najib (left) and Bustari (right) visit a school in 2008 in this file photo.
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KUALA LUMPUR: Four individuals and entities named by the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) as recipients of 1MDB funds have objected to the forfeiture suits against them.
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KUALA LUMPUR (July 2): Construction of the 415km Sabah-Sarawak Link Road project beginning next year will not affect Phase 2 of the Pan-Borneo Highway along similar route, says Works Minister Baru Bia...
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KUALA LUMPUR (July 2): Construction of the 415km Sabah-Sarawak Link Road project beginning next year will not affect Phase 2 of the Pan-Borneo Highway along similar route, says Works Minister Baru Bia...
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The average Sarawakian misses former premier Najib Abdul Razak, accordingto GPS lawmaker Nancy Shukri.According to her, Najib is still popular in theEast Malaysian state due to his contributions...
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Zaini (second left) with Tawau police chief ACP Peter Umbuas (left) and other police officers showing the five packets of seized drugs.
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KUALA LUMPUR, June 17 — There is no truth to Raja Petra Kamarudin’s claim that Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim’s political secretary was involved in trying to help Haziq Abdullah Abdul Aziz leave the c...
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KUCHING: It has been three days since the country’s political scene was rocked by shocking allegations that a federal minister was one of two men involved in several gay sex video clips that went vi...
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YOURSAY | ‘I believe that most of us did not know of Nagaenthran’s mental health issues...’ The absurdity of another M'sian in S'pore being sentenced to death FairMalaysian: Thank you to human r...
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KOTA KINABALU: A gang of tech-savvy car thieves has been busted following a series of thefts that resulted in nearly RM1mil in losses.
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KOTA KINABALU: Police have smashed a gang using computerised hacking equipment to unlock vehicles before driving off in them.
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KOTA KINABALU: A gang of tech savvy car thieves have been busted following a series of thefts amounting to about RM1mil around the city over the past few weeks.
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KUCHING: A Filipino domestic helper has been left hospitalised after an alleged beating by her employer's family here.
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PETALING JAYA: A 13-year-old Sarawakian is among five winners of a patch design competition organised by US’ National Aeronautics and Space Administration (Nasa) for its mission to the moon and Mars...
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LETTER | Some days ago, a 16-year-old teenager was found dead, believed to have jumped to her death in Kuching after she conducted an online poll to decide if she should kill herself.
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WHETHER you believe in an afterlife, reincarnation or nothingness, the fact is that death definitively cuts you off from your current existence as the person you are.
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Had Instagram known what ‘D’ and ‘L’ meant in a girl’s online poll, the Sarawakian lass could have been spared from taking her own life. It didn’t, prompting debates – even in the UK parliament – on how social media platforms can help save troubled youngsters. There are also calls for action to be taken against the respondents who egged the teenager on to take her own life.
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KUALA LUMPUR: The Government is making progress with its plan to come up with a law to tackle cyberbullying, says Gobind Singh Deo.
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SHAH ALAM, May 16 ― The Communications and Multimedia Act (CMA) 1998 may be amended to better tackle cyberbullying and online suicide attemps in the wake of a 16-year-old Sarawakian who took her own...
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BANGI: Youth and Sports Minister Syed Saddiq Syed Abdul Rahman wants to jump-start an honest national discussion on mental health, following the suicide of a Sarawakian teenager two days ago.
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PETALING JAYA: The Malaysian Communication and Multimedia Commission (MCMC) has advised against spreading images of a 16-year-old Sarawakian girl who took her own life after holding a vote if she should do so on social media.
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KUALA LUMPUR: A 22-year-old Sarawakian student was looking forward to a new life in university in Australia when everything fell apart around her.
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GEORGE TOWN: National laureate A Samad Said has welcomed the nomination of a non-Malay writer for the country’s highest literary award, Sasterawan Negara, saying the selection process should be sole...
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PETALING JAYA: Dewan Bahasa dan Pustaka (DBP) is not ruling out the possibility that a non-Malay novelist, pro-Pakatan Harapan writers and previously banned authors are among the candidates for the 14...
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KUALA LUMPUR: A non-Malay novelist, a pro-Pakatan Harapan (PH) writer and a banned author are among five candidates in the running for the Sasterawan Negara award, according to people familiar with th...
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SANDAKAN: Parti Bersatu Sabah president Datuk Seri Dr Maximus Ongkili reminded Sandakan voters ahead of polling day on Saturday (May 11), that DAP is not a defender of Sabahan and Sarawakian rights.
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KOTA KINABALU: Independent candidate Hamzah Abdullah promised at a teary press conference in Sandakan today he would even sacrifice his life to protect the people’s rights.
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KUCHING: Alister Cogia, the Sarawakian Facebook user jailed 10 years for insulting Islam, will undergo another month's mental evaluation following an extension by the High Court.
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KOTA KINABALU: A leader of an opposition party here has questioned the significant turnout of other opposition leaders for Sabah PPBM’s launch on Saturday.
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KOTA KINABALU, April 6 — Prime Minister Dr Mahathir Mohamad today said that a Sabahan or Sarawakian can one day become the prime minister as long as they have the capability of being a leader for Ma...
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MP SPEAKS | Most Malaysians grew up in a racially polarised political order, one that was founded based on race and religion.
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Sarawakian couple Peter Sia and Lau Kui Fua dreams for the day when their adopted daughter Rachel be given a MyKad.Time is running out for Rachel Sia as she will no longer be eligible to apply for ci...
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SINGAPORE, March 22 — Sarawakian Michael anak Garing has been executed at Changi Prison here this morning, according to the Malaysian High Commission in Singapore today.
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KINI ROUNDUP | Here are key headlines you may have missed yesterday, in brief. 1.
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The government is striving to save the life of a Malaysian who is scheduled to be hanged to death in Singapore, Prime Minister Dr Mahathir Mohamad said today.Sarawakian Michael Garing, 30, is schedule...
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The family of Sarawakian Michael Garing, who is facing execution in Singapore for murder this coming Friday, has filed an urgent clemency petition to the republic's president.
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KUALA LUMPUR (March 20): The government is striving to save the life of a Malaysian who is scheduled to be hanged to death in Singapore, Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad said today.
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The government is striving to save the life of a Malaysian who is scheduled to be hanged to death in Singapore, Prime Minister Dr Mahathir Mohamad said today.
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Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad says Malaysia will try to save Sarawakian Michael Garing who is scheduled to be executed in Changi Prison, Singapore on Friday.Dr Mahathir said many believe that...
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KUALA LUMPUR, March 20 — Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad gave an assurance today that the government is making an effort to ensure Sarawakian Michael Garing will not hang in Singapore the day after tomorrow...
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KUALA LUMPUR, March 19 — Malaysia will send a letter of representation to Singapore to protest the planned execution of Malaysian Michael anak Garing who was convicted of murder in the island repu...
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Referring to the case of Michael Garing, who was sentenced to death for the murder of a 41-year-old construction worker Shanmuganathan Dillidurai in the Kallang area in Singapore in 2010, Minister in...
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MALAYSIAN citizen Michael anak Garing is scheduled to be hanged in Changi Prison, Singapore, this Friday.
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KUCHING: The family of Sarawakian Michael Garing, who is scheduled to be hanged in Singapore on Friday, still clings to hope that he will be spared.
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PETALING JAYA: Another Malaysian citizen on death row in Singapore is scheduled to be executed this week, some five months after the republic ignored pleas for clemency for a Malaysian convicted of dr...
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Resilience is a hard thing to come by these days, but for this group of ambitious overland travellers, copping out is definitely not an option, not if they want to keep their Proton X70s. In just a ...
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MARCH 18 — Malaysian citizen Michael anak Garing is scheduled to be hanged in Changi prison on Friday, March 22, 2019.
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Lawyers for Liberty has called for a halt in the execution of a Sarawakian in Singapore, scheduled for this Friday.
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KUALA LUMPUR: A 52-year-old man today pleaded guilty in the Sessions Court to two counts of insulting the Hindu religion on his Facebook page.
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KUCHING (THE STAR/ASIA NEWS NETWORK) - The Sarawakian Facebook user sentenced to 10 years' jail for insulting Islam will undergo mental observation following an order by the high court here.
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KUCHING: The Sarawakian Facebook user sentenced to 10 years' jail for insulting Islam will undergo mental observation following an order by the High Court here.
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Lawyer Mohamed Haniff Khatri Abdulla provides clarification to the court case which saw a Sarawakian Facebook user sentenced to 10 years jail after he admitted to insulting Islam and Prophet Muhammad.
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Police have detained a 52-year-old man for making Facebook comments deemed offensive to Hindus.
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PETALING JAYA: Eleven groups today called on the government to reconsider the punishment meted out to those convicted of insulting Islam and Prophet Muhammad on social media, suggesting rehabilitative...
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In a rare show of agreement with rival party DAP, MCA today said that the 10-year-jail term imposed on a Sarawakian for posting content deemed insulting to Islam and the Prophet Muhammad was excessive...
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PETALING JAYA: The 10-year jail term on a Facebook user who insulted Islam is excessive and an appeal should be made to reduce the sentence, says Datuk Dr Mah Hang Soon.
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KUALA LUMPUR: A Sarawakian Facebook user was sentenced to 10 years and 10 months’ jail after he admitted to insulting Islam and Prophet Muhammad, said Inspector-General of Police Tan Sri Mohamad Fuzi Harun.
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KUCHING, March 6 ― Wanita PKR vice head Voon Shiak Ni advised job seekers not to be gullible in accepting offers from employment agencies through social media to work in foreign countries.
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KUCHING: A Sarawakian novelist has lamented the lack of government support for local writers, saying many have trouble reaching out to their audiences.
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KUCHING, Feb 23 — The police have arrested A 35-year old Sarawakian suspected to have been involved in scamming 47 Malaysians to work in Cambodia,only to arrested and detained for illegal online gam...
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KUCHING, Feb 19 — Police have identified a Sarawakian man suspected to be involved in a syndicate that conned 47 Malaysians to work in Cambodia only to be arrested and jailed.
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KUCHING, Feb 18 — The Sarawak Division of the Malaysian Trades Union Congress (MTUC) today called on the state government to priority to improving integrity, reducing corruption and to ensure that w...