'Not good for anti-corruption agencies to be given prosecution powers'

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    Anti-corruption agencies should not be given prosecutorial powers to ensure check and balance in its operations, according to an international specialist.

    Hong Kong's former Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC) deputy commissioner and head of operations Tony Kwok believes that this is because an agency may not act fairly if thus empowered...

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