Reports

Report on The Roles and Functions of the EC and MACC in Addressing Corrupt Practices at Elections

 

Watchers of Malaysian politics know that incidents of corrupt practices at elections are extremely pervasive in Malaysia. Massive vote-buying at elections is so commonplace that it is no longer shocking news.

Political Financing and Cross Border Corruptions

In the first part of our initiative, we focus on regulating political financing. We were part of a coalition to produce a guideline entitled "Pengubahsuaian Untuk Kewangan Politik yang Telus and Bertanggungjawab di Malaysia. In the second phase of our work, we produce a report entitled Understanding Cross Border Corruption and Money Laundering: The 1MDB Chronicles Exposed".

C4 Annual Report 2016

Our nation is in crisis. 2016, was in a nutshell nothing short of painful. We witnessed frightful rollbacks on civic freedoms, accountability of government, and the rule of law. In our Annual Report 2016, we present the summary of our continued strive against grand corruptions

Zooming in – an honest assessment of Freedom of Information (FOI) in Malaysia

Keynote closing address by Dato’ Seri Mohamed Azmin Ali, Menteri Besar of Selangor, at the forum entitled “Zooming in – an honest assessment of Freedom of Information (FOI) in Malaysia” on 25th July, 2016 at Bangunan Annex, Selangor State Legislative Assembly. The document is now available for download

Position Paper on the Official Secrets Act

A New FOI Regime and Amendments to OSA. The report is now available for download.

An Insight to the Kelantan Timber Industry

"The story of illegal timber trade is a story of violence, killings, corruption and money-laundering." -Yury Fedotov, Executive Director of the UN Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC).

C4 Annual Report 2015

We are pleased to share with you C4's annual activity report for 2015 in online format. Its been only two years since we set up. Despite the short time since we set up, we have strive hard to fight corruption and is a leading voice in civil society in Malaysia.

Sarawak State Good Governance & Corruption Survey Findings

A majority believe that the state of corruption in the state is serious. 56% of respondents say that the level of corruption in Sarawak is serious. 19% believe that corruption levels have increased while 24% believe that corruption levels have stayed the same level as compared to a year ago. The powerpoint is now available for download

Repeal, Review or Stay? Moving from Secrecy to Open Governance

A New FOI Regime and Ammenments to OSA. The powerpoint is now available for download

Analysis of Budget 2016 and the State of Budget Transparency in Malaysia

Following the announcement of Budget 2016, various Members of Parliament and civil society organisations had attempted to point out shortcomings and anomalies in the most recent budget with the intention of recommending improvements to the governance of public resources.