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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.

C4 met MACC Penang to raise concern on election bribery

We also suggested for a hotline to be setup

C4 Brand New Board Game, Kleptopoly is a big hit!

Everyone is crazy about Kleptopoly after its first ever debut on social media.

C4: MACC ACT Has Mandate To Investigate Political Donations


PETALING JAYA (Tuesday): Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) Deputy Chief Commissioner (Operations) Datuk Azam Baki’s comments last Sunday that it has no jurisdiction to investigate political donations are actually off the mark. Cynthia Gabriel of C4 Center believes that the MACC Act (2010) does empower them to investigate such donations.

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?

Suhakam bemoans lack of control over govt's power in classifying documents

KUALA LUMPUR: There needs to be greater control over the power of ministers and public officers in classifying a document under the Official Secrets Act (OSA) 1972.

For Malaysia, the fight against corruption is also a fight for democracy

Cynthia Gabriel is founder of the Center to Combat Corruption and Cronyism (C4), an anti-corruption organization in Malaysia.

Malaysia’s anti-corruption commission has been making lots of headlines lately. Its agents have been carrying out high-profile arrests of government officials accused of bribery and influence-peddling. You’d think that Malaysians would be happy at the news.

No freedom of information as long as OSA remains, says lawyer

PETALING JAYA: The Freedom of Information (FOI) Act will not serve its purpose of creating a transparent government as long as the Official Secrets Act (OSA) exists, says constitutional lawyer Syahredzan Johan (pic).

He said this was because the powers enshrined under the OSA will override the FOI Act.

Lack of will, weak laws, prevent probe into Zahid’s wealth

EXTRAORDINARY wealth owned by a public official should be enough grounds for investigations into the person, lawyers and an anti-corruption lobby group said today after the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) chief said there was no basis to probe a claim about the deputy prime minister’s wealth.

Rafizi’s OSA conviction, a ‘step backward’ says C4

PETALING JAYA: The Centre to Combat Corruption and Cronyism (C4) today criticised the High Court’s decision to dismiss Rafizi Ramli’s appeal against his conviction under the Official Secrets Act (OSA). C4 executive director Cynthia Gabriel said the decision was a “step backward” which seriously undermined the importance of safeguarding the right to freedom of information.

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