Published on: 9th November 2021.

Civil servants make up half of MACC arrests.
The Head dictates the Tail. Imagine how corrupted the Heads are.

A lack of integrity when placed in positions of power has been the main cause of corruption among civil servants, Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) chief commissioner Azam Baki said today.

He said that according to statistics, almost half of the total arrests made by MACC every year involved civil servants.
According to Azam, a total of 406 civil servants had received recognition and rewards totalling RM813,806 for reporting corrupt practices in the service. (This is just a tip of the iceberg).

On the OACP, Azam said it was a testament to the youth and sports ministry’s leadership commitment to strengthening the integrity of its staff.

According to Azam, based on MACC records, from 2016 to Sept 30, 27 of the ministry’s staff were arrested for corruption, of which 74% involved false claims.

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EDITOR’S NOTE: The Bernama report was published on 9th November 2021.

#RobrenReview: 9 | 10

“The head dictates the tail. If the tail is corrupted and caught, the head is most likely corrupted, although the head usually gets away.” ~ Robren

Published on: 9th November 2021.