De facto law minister Takiyuddin Hassan said that greed and a desire to live beyond one’s means are key reasons for corruption, according to data from the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission. BFM speaks with human rights advocate Cynthia Gabriel from the Center to Combat Corruption and Cronyism (C4) for her thoughts on whether behavioural traits are linked to corruption, and what this means for prevention and enforcement.
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