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Voters’ supremacy: Reforming MACC and Attorney General’s Chambers


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BFM speaks to Bersih chairperson Thomas Fann about the role of institutions like the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission and the Attorney General’s Chambers and how we can reform it.

Produced and presented by: Dashran Yohan

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30 Oct 2022 8.34pm

The fact that the former ICA metarmophasised into MACC with HK’s help, showed the realisation of the need to overhaul Malaysia’s fight against corruption.

Since then, has the MACC distinguished itself with the current chief himself tainted with his own “issue”?

Unfortunately, the answer is a clear no.

What is lacking is a political will and a conviction that a corruption-free Malaysia is the way to go. Hadi of PAS said very plainly that corruption is not part of hudud. Only he knows what he meant.

Malaysia can start with some relook at the laws on political donations. In many instances, we read of politicians claiming the money donated was for the party when in quite a number of instances, they went into personal bank accounts.

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