Azam Baki must face parliamentary probe over ethical issues, MPs say


Alfian Z.M. Tahir

Lawmakers say Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission chief Azam Baki must answer questions about ethics over his share trading account in a Parliament panel despite authorities saying the graft-buster did not breach any rules. – The Malaysian Insight file pic, January 20, 2022.

AZAM Baki must answer questions about ethics over his share trading account in a Parliament panel despite authorities saying the graft-buster did not breach any rules, lawmakers said.

The Special Select Committee on Agencies under the Prime Minister’s Department was to have questioned the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) chief yesterday but it was called off.


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  • Our system is rotten to the core that we cannot even differentiate now between right and wrong, ethical or non ethical.

    We have former convicted PM running around unashamed.

    We call ourselves Islamic country which believe in Islamic teaching, praying 5 times a day yet we have no shamed or feelings gulity for misusing our high position for our own benefits.

    We got no one to blame except us for continuing to vote for UMNO and Barisan Nasional.

    Our children and grandchildren future is bleak if no changes are made to the current system and political parties that govern Malaysia.

    Time for change. Otherwise, our children and grandchildren will surely curse us for their whole life for leaving a worst Malaysia for them to inherit.

    Posted 4 months ago by DENGKI KE?