Chinks in MACC’s Armour
Paul Low | Irmohizam Ibrahim
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Last week, the transfer of two officers from the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission to the Prime Minister’s Department caused public outrage. Although the civil service department later reinstated the two MACC personnel, questions remain over the independence of the anti-graft agency. Today, we explore the perceived weaknesses of the MACC and plans to address them.
This is a report by Wong Yu Han and Daniel Subramaniam.
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