Law enforcement approach to corruption must change over time, says Azam


Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission chief commissioner Azam Baki says grand corruption is often difficult to prove because suspects are cunning and difficult to track down. – The Malaysian Insight file pic, October 3, 2021.

THE approach of law enforcement to prevent corruption must change over time, in line with national progress, economic and political developments, said Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) chief commissioner Azam Baki.

He said the MACC, which is into its 54th year, needed such an approach to be implemented immediately so that the country would not be left behind in enforcement of corruption laws and be on par with developed countries.


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  • Yes Sir, many end up become CORRUPT THEMSELVES.

    Integrity comes from within, it is the core of what you are. It is either YES OR NO. NO MIDDLE GROUND. Along with intergrity comes accountablity, etc..

    Evolution your talking is COCK & BULL STORY. Have you heard of somthing called LEADERSHIP BY EXAMPLE. Well...

    Posted 2 months ago by Thomas Samuel