In responding to a hypothetical question on how he would tackle corruption if he was in a position of power, Nazir Razak said an amnesty and “shoot to kill” anti-graft policy is what the country needs.
BFM talks to Cynthia Gabriel from the Centre to Combat Corruption and Cronyism (C4) to find out whether such strategies would work in Malaysia.
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