OPINION

Taking back what’s stolen

A large group of public prosecutors and state officials (coming from various departments) have been working on major corruption cases.

Of course it is their duty to do so, yet their actions are distinguished by a high level of professionalism and driven by their sense of committment for safeguarding the public interest. Their mission is not easy, as their efforts to make justice prevail are so often hindered by strong interest groups.

However, recent developments have confirmed that the country’s authorities have the ability to trace the source of illegal money and investigate complicated cases.

Their actions offer some comfort to the people, who demand fairness. It is all the more satisfying when authorities actually manage to get the stolen money back into public coffers.