Only Agong can determine my fate in MACC, says Azam


MACC chief commissioner Azam Baki says apart from the king’s decision, he does not care about any other party that is calling for his resignation. – The Malaysian Insight file pic, January 12, 2022.

MALAYSIAN Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) chief commissioner Azam Baki has stressed that he will not resign as pressure mounts on him to do so over his share ownership controversy.

Instead, he said, only the Yang di-Pertuan Agong could terminate his service.


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  • "He also said he had surrendered to the MACC committees for investigation and he believed that one day everyone would know the truth."
    No Sir, you have to "surrrender" to an independent body of persons to investigate, not the MACC Committees, not even the PDRM. Birds of the feather cannot investigate each other.
    There is a Parliamentary Committee for such a purpose. If there is nothing to hide, voluntarily appear before the Parliamentary Committee. All you have to do (the most important thing) is to account for the money used to buy all those shares.

    Posted 4 months ago by Ravinder Singh