Media Statements

Media Statements

Media Statement: Vote Buying is a Criminal Act - Stop it!

A STRONG CAUTIONARY NOTE  TO CARETAKER PRIME MINISTER, FEDERAL MINISTERS & CHIEF MINISTERS!  VOTE BUYING & INDUCEMENT OF VOTERS DURING ELECTIONS IS A CRIMINAL ACT. STOP IT!

16 April 2018 Press Release

Media Release: 1MDB Should Stop Lying, Civil Society Has Avenues for Asset Recovery

1MDB SHOULD STOP LYING ABOUT THEIR MONEY BEING CLEAR IN SWITZERLAND, CIVIL SOCIETY HAS AVENUES TO PURSUE THE CASE

Joint Media Statement, 26 March 2018

Media Release: Asset Recovery Initiative is in the Interest of the Nation

 

RECLAIMING 1MDB FROZEN FUNDS THAT RIGHTFULLY BELONG TO MALAYSIANS IS NOT 'TRAITOROUS'; C4-LED ASSET RECOVERY INITIATIVE IS IN THE INTEREST OF THE NATION

 16 March 2018 | Joint Media Statement

Pakatan Must Keep Their Word in New Tough Anti-Graft Proposals

PETALING JAYA (Wednesday): Civil society organisations working to promote good governance urge Pakatan Harapan to stay true to their word now that they have pledged to enact serious anti-corruption reforms if they come into power. C4 Center Executive Director, Cynthia Gabriel, says that C4 Center and its coalition partners have been calling for similar reforms.

Press Release: Having Najib Over to the White House, Will Not Drain Your Swamp, Mr Trump…

It has been reported that Prime Minister Najib Razak will be paying United States President Donald Trump a visit this Tuesday, 12 September at the coveted White House. A diplomatic honor indeed!
But why?

Press Release of GIAT: Article 13 Review of United Nations Convention against Corruption

GIAT (Governance, Integrity, Accountability and Transparency) is a coalition of civil society organizations that consists of the Center to Combat Corruption and Cronyism (C4 Center), Institute for Democracy and Economic Affairs (IDEAS), Sinar Project, Trnsparency International-Malaysia and Friends of Kota Damansara.

Article 13 Review of United Nations Convention Against Corruption

C4 and other CSOs emphasised structural problems that have made civil participation against corruption in Malaysia difficult

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