Malaysia’s drop in global graft index shocks MACC chief


Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission chief Dzulkifli Ahmad says Malaysia’s position at 62 out of 180 countries on the index did not reflect the investigative actions taken by MACC and also the preventive and education awareness efforts the agency had conducted in 2017. – The Malaysian Insight file pic, February 22, 2018.

MALAYSIA’S slide in a global corruption perception index for 2017 has shocked Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission chief Dzulkifli Ahmad who said the ranking did not reflect the agency’s “aggressive” moves to fight graft.

“If we based it on the reality of what happened in the country and the actions taken by the MACC, then it (our rank) should be better than 2016,” Malaysiakini quoted him as saying.


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  • I could smell sperm

    Posted 3 years ago by Leslie Chan

  • Anyone shocked is either a liar or idiot.. Which is he?

    Posted 3 years ago by Bigjoe Lam

  • shocked ? Please check what are swept under the carpet.

    Posted 3 years ago by Zureen ariff

  • We told you your IBR pledge is useless and pointless, now you get told again by Transparency international. If you quit banging someone's wife this would never happen.

    Posted 3 years ago by Kuasa Rakyat

  • Is MACC worried.......outcome was already on the wall.......Dzul Malaysia the public is duly bother about the standing of MACC SO WHAT IS THE BIG FUSS........

    Posted 3 years ago by Mohanarajan murugeson