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In the 31 years since its establishment in 1982, Brunei's Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) has investigated 2,469 cases of alleged corruption.

From those investigations, 284 people were brought to court to face criminal charges, with 231 of them convicted for offences ranging from bribery, criminal breach of trust, submitting false financial claims, cheating, and receiving sexual gratification in exchange for favours.

In addition to the individuals serving time, 260 public servants have also been dismissed or reprimanded for using their position for personal gain, or for showing favour or disfavour to members of the public they have dealt with in their official capacity. Some of the administrative punishments have included suspension, demotion, cancellation of annual bonus, among others.