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Malaysians should support MACC anti-corruption initiatives

KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysians should support the initiatives and commitment of the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) in battling corruption, specifically the Corruption Free Pledge (CFP), said Anti-Corruption Advisory Board (ACAB) chairman, Tunku Abdul Aziz Tunku Ibrahim.
He said the anti-graft body had worked very hard to get the support of the public and politicians to reject corruption and abuse of power through the various programmes organised.
"The action of certain quarters who question the CFP initiative is highly irresponsible, especially as the MACC is doing its best to not only carry out enforcement, but also in educating and creating awareness of the evils of corruption," said Tunku Abdul Aziz.
He said the ACAB welcomed all initiatives mooted by the MACC including the CFP and also applauded the state governments that had signed the pledge as this showed an open commitment to combating corrupt practices.
He said the ACAB also lauded the transformation efforts made by MACC chief commissioner, Datuk Dzulkifli Ahmad as under Dzulkifli's leadership, the anti-graft body had been going down to the ground diligently to meet the people in its efforts to create awareness about the need to eradicate corruption. - Bernama

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