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Foreign govts raise pressure on Malaysia over scandals

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

‘No show’ Najib must resign, says C4

Prime Minister Najib’s absence from Parliament on its final day of sitting last Thursday has left critics with no choice but to demand for his resignation

Lack of transparency in GLC, GLIC budget spending, says anti-graft group

C4 says the lack of transparency in government-linked companies and government-linked investment companies, is a cause for concern.

Obama urged to needle Najib on corruption, money laundering

C4 calls on Obama to question the allegations by US financial paper The Wall Street Journal on RM2.6 billion deposited into Najib’s private bank accounts

Anti-graft group fears Kelantan deforestation will breed corruption, cronyism

Kelantan government should reveal if the multiple approvals awarded to a private company has breached the state's annual logging cap.

A-G’s clearance of 1MDB raises more suspicions, says anti-graft watchdog

Attorney-General (A-G) Tan Sri Mohamed Apandi Ali should instead convince the public on 1MDB's innocence

Why punish CEO for reporting corruption? Watchdogs ask IPB

Syed Omar, suspended since last October, should not be punished for merely lodging a report on the institution’s alleged financial mismanagement.

C4 wants US President Barack Obama to review ties with Najib

The C4 anti-corruption activist group has urged US President Barack Obama to press Najib on human rights, corruption and 1Malaysia Development Bhd.

Better graft index ranking does not mean all’s well, say activists

It may seem like an improvement, but Malaysia’s better ranking on the 2014 Corruption Perception Index (CPI) does not tell the whole story about the country’s problems with graft.

New app for Selangor public to nab illegal dumpers, fix pot holes

Gone are the days when a phone call to the municipal council to lodge a complaint about pot holes or illegal rubbish dumping goes unanswered or is passed around.