Nov. 13 (Bloomberg) -- South Sudan’s president has dismissed the head of the country’s anti-corruption commission.
Pauline Riak was removed from the post by presidential decree, according to a statement posted on the government website. Riak was one of more than 60 government officials removed and replaced by presidential decree.
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