MACC to investigate Pakatan’s 101 direct-negotiation contracts


The MACC says it will obtain the list of the 101 projects or government procurements worth RM6.1 billion from the Finance Ministry to commence investigations. – The Malaysian Insight file pic, August 25, 2020.

THE Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) will go through the list of 101 contracts given through direct negotiations by the previous Pakatan Harapan government to determine if there were elements of corruption, it said.

In a statement released today, the anti-graft agency said it will obtain the list of the 101 projects or government procurements worth RM6.61 billion from the Finance Ministry to commence investigations.


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  • Perhaps in the first place, Zafrul should list the details of the projects so that nobody will raise question.

    The timing of Zafrul suddenly talked about this 'direct awarded projects' is so fishy.

    My wild guess is all this is to distract us from the the Minister who escape quarantine fiasco!

    Posted 1 year ago by Tavern Folks

  • Next PH coalition should ask Zafrul to list out all the projects directly awarded since March 2020

    Do you think Zafrul is that clean? I bet not!

    Posted 1 year ago by Tavern Folks

  • Let's not do this behind closed doors.
    Publish the list of all the direct negotiation projects by both PH, PN and as well as BN during Najib's tenure.

    Will the MACC under Azam Baki be up to it?
    Azam Baki has already shown his bias in the preferential treatment he accorded Najib and Rosmah, in giving them VIP treatment when they should have been thrown into the MACC lockup, wearing orange like everybody else.

    Posted 1 year ago by Arul Inthirarajah

  • Whatever you do is not going to help a back door government

    Posted 1 year ago by Tanahair Ku