Category : Malaysia

1MDB : Stop Abusing Power and Justice Must Prevail

Kuala Lumpur, 12th October, 2015 – Transparency International – Malaysia (TI-M) viewed with grave concern that the recent arrest of former UMNO Batu Kawan Division Deputy Chief, Datuk Seri Khairuddin Abu Hassan and his lawyer Matthias Chang, the newly appointed Attorney General’s refusal to press charges against 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB) officials despite two appeals from Bank Negara, and the Conference of Rulers’ statement issued by the Keeper of the Rulers’ Seal over the 1MDB. READ MORE

Categories: Malaysia

Putrajaya Declaration: Zero Tolerance for Impunity

Nearly 1,200 people from 130 countries gathered in Putrajaya, Malaysia to discuss one of the world’s biggest challenges: how impunity enables the spread of corruption. Delegates came together to find the most effective strategies to stop impunity and hold to account those who benefit from the abuse of power, secret deals and bribery. READ MORE

Categories: 16th IACC, Corruption, Malaysia

Who Paid the Money and Why?

Speech by José Ugaz at the Opening Ceremony of the 16th IACC, 2 September 2015 – 16th IACC, Putrajaya, Malaysia


Minister Paul Low, Deputy Chief of the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission, READ MORE

Categories: 16th IACC, Malaysia

José Ugaz’s speech at the opening of the 16th IACC in Malaysia

Minister Paul Low, Deputy Chief of the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission,

Mr. Akere Muna, head of the IACC council,

Mr. Akhbar Satar, president of TI Malaysia:

Jose Ugaz speaking at IACC


Categories: 16th IACC, Malaysia

How the US$700m in Malaysian PM’s account should be answered: TI Chair Ugaz

By Rajneesh Bhandari IACC Young Journalist

Transparency International Chair José Ugaz demanded that the Malaysian government answer questions regarding a US$700 million payment made to Prime Minister Najib Razak’s personal account. Ugaz urged the government to take the right measures to ensure that it is fighting against corruption. READ MORE

Categories: 16th IACC, IACC News, IACC Young Journalist, Malaysia

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