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C4: OSA not meant to punish whistleblowers

KUALA LUMPUR: By limiting the reporting of corruption to authorities, the Official Secrets Act (OSA) promotes an environment that breeds corruption primarily because secrecy allows for cases to be squashed without an explanation, said the Centre to Combat Corruption & Cronyism (C4) in a statement.

PAC report on 1MDB not the end

Law enforcement agencies must now make thorough forensic auditing and forensic investigations to hunt down the actual culprits

M'sia bound by UN convention to recover missing 1MDB funds

Malaysia is duty-bound to investigate and recover any asset unaccounted for in the 1MDB Public Accounts Committee investigation

C4 tells Azalina to get out of the dark ages

The Malaysian government is not only moving our society backwards into pre-colonial times but is shamelessly doing so under the pretense of moving forward

C4: Why appoint politicians as GLC directors?

C4 questioned if elected representatives should be appointed as directors of GLCs

C4 urges Sarawak Government to lift ban on activists

The NGO hopes that Sarawak Chief Minister Adenan Satem would engage civil society groups in the battle against corruption.

Najib’s RM2.6 billion donation is clearly corruption, forum told

There is a clear cut case of corruption when Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak received the RM2.6 billion donation

Enact laws to defeat, not encourage, graft, Apandi told

The attorney-general should be using his position to enact laws that combat corruption instead of thinking up regulations to facilitate graft, the Centre to Combat Corruption and Cronyism (C4) said today.

Foreign govts raise pressure on Malaysia over scandals

Investigations into an array of Malaysian money movements were forging ahead and releasing new information.

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