Singapore: Jail for 2nd man linked to Customs Operations Command Complex site inspection graft case

A former deputy project manager was jailed for 15 weeks and fined $6,000 on Monday (Dec 21) for his role in a graft case over the inspections of the Customs Operations Command Complex (COCC) construction site.

Chinese national Guo Jiaxun, 34, who worked for construction firm Newcon Builders from 2015 to 2018, pleaded guilty to three counts each of corruption and falsification of accounts.

He was the second person linked to the case to be dealt with in court.

In October, Lee Mun Cheng, 53, was jailed for 18 weeks and fined $7,000 after accepting bribes in return for showing leniency over site inspections of the COCC.

The original full article can be found at straitstimes.com

(Picture: ST FILE)

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