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Malaysia one of the most corrupt nations, survey shows

Malaysia has been ranked as one of the most corrupt nations and listed as a country which is most likely to take shortcuts to meet targets when economic times are tough, according to a recent survey by Ernst & Young, signalling that the government's Performance Management and Delivery Unit (Pemandu) has failed in its role to transform the economy.

Show how RM3bil reserves will be spent, Azmin told

The Centre to Combat Corruption and Cronyism (C4) called on new Selangor Menteri Besar Azmin Ali today to be transparent on how he will spend the state's RM3 billion in reserves.

Reopen banknote scandal case, anti-graft pressure group tells MACC

An anti-graft pressure group has urged the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) to reopen the multi-million-dollar corruption case related to the printing of bank notes following the latest information by Wikileaks that several local politicians were allegedly involved.

"Whistleblowing - Your Right, Our Commitment" Forum invitation

Forum invitation with cooperation with Malaysia Bar Council and C4.

Don’t Criminalize But Protect Whistleblowers: Investigate The Complaint Not The Messenger

Whistle blowing – indeed a hazardous venture in Malaysia. Government corruption has gained the wrath of citizens these last few years.

C4 Statement: Time For Effective Action On The Auditor General’s Report (2nd Series 2013)

A flurry of media reports accompanied the second series of the Auditor’s General (AG) report 2013. Malaysians are becoming used to this periodic dose of notorious reports of our public sector; a classic certification of how this nation is hemorrhaging itself to death.

Selangorians Have Right To Full Disclosure – Release Results Of Mining Pond Water At The Ongoing State Assembly.

This morning the Centre to Combat Corruption & Cronyism (C4), filed a Freedom of Information (FOI) application to the Selangor Water Management Authority (LUAS) to fully disclose all findings of the periodic tests conducted on mining pond water being pumped into dams and water treatment plants.

C4: Genuine public participation - only way to justify Kidex

It's not unusual for the construction of a major infrastructure project such as a highway to be met with protests from affected communities

C4 calls for candour on Kidex

Putrajaya, Shah Alam, the PJ city council and the company must respect the public's right to know.'

The era of government knows best is long over!

It’s not unusual for the construction of a major infrastructure project such as a highway to be met with protests from affected communities.