Trump Tower Mumbai is set to open next year, amid reports of corruption.

The project stalled in 2012 after investigators discovered multiple “irregularities.”

Authorities were informed of a possible $100 million fraud scheme and violations in the project plans.

Donald Trump Jr. met with a state official, under the guise of discussing investment opportunities.

In reality, he asked the official to overturn the decision to halt the project.

The official declined, saying he could not approve something that was “blatantly illegal.”

In 2014, the project moved forward with a new partner and a new party in government.

The new developer is run by a member of the ruling party.

These events suggest the Trump Organization may have violated the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act.

This law bans American businesses from bribing foreign officials.

The SEC must investigate. The Trump Organization is not above the law.