How to make corruption ugly to Malaysian youth

Mustafa K. Anuar

Despite being told of the virtues of protecting their integrity as human beings and respectable citizens, some students may still be tempted to ape political leaders and others who are mired in corruption, the writer says. – The Malaysian Insight file pic, June 7, 2022.

Commentary by Mustafa K. Anuar

IT appears that the scourge of corruption is so menacing to the young, to the extent the Malaysian government found it necessary for an integrity and anti-corruption course be introduced to students.

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