Pakatan backs Rais Yatim in urging Azam Baki to go on leave


Alfian Z.M. Tahir

Pakatan Harapan’s Council of Secretaries says it welcomes parliamentary Special Committee on Corruption chairman Rais Yatim’s call for Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission chief Azam Baki to go on leave while under probe. – The Malaysian Insight file pic, January 15, 2022.

PAKATAN Harapan (PH) threw their support behind parliamentary Special Committee on Corruption chairman Rais Yatim for urging Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission chief Azam Baki to go on leave while under probe.

The PH Council of Secretaries said Rais’ statement supported the strong call from various parties, including members of the Anti-Corruption Advisory Board (LPPR), civil society groups and almost all political parties for a full and independent investigation.


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  • That is the normal procedure and nothing unusual about it, both in government and private sectors. The subject goes on half pay leave. If cleared, he gets back the other half and his position. So why isn't Azam going on half-pay leave?

    Posted 4 days ago by Ravinder Singh