Anti Corruption & Good Governance

C4 Center supports IGP’s tough stance on corruption

The Center to Combat Corruption and Cronyism (C4 Center) commends Inspector-General of Police (IGP) Abdul Hamid Bador for his tough stance on “crooked and corrupt police personnel”, including calling out top cops and his former predecessors.

New MACC Act for Corruption Used for the First Time

The MACC’s newly introduced corporate liability provision was used for the first time to charge a company for corruption and bribery.

Cynthia Gabriel spoke to BFM 89.9 about how this might positively impact accountability and transparency in the corporate sector.

LET MACC DO ITS JOB WITHOUT FEAR OR FAVOUR IN INVESTIGATING “KATAK” POLITICIANS

The Center to Combat Corruption and Cronyism (C4 Center) calls for the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) to be allowed to conduct its investigations without favour or fear, with strengthened independence to prevent the commission from being used in a political capacity.

 

Is BNM's Integrity Compromised?

If there is any truth to the recent report that a company with ties to Zeti’s husband, Dr Tawfiq Ayman, and a son had received a total of US$16.22 million (RM65.78 million) from Jho Low, in 2008 and 2009, the integrity of BNM as a whole would be seen as fully compromised and would smell foul of complicity and corruption.

Financial Accountability Transparency & Integrity (FACTI) Report

C4 Center, via our Founding Director Cynthia Gabriel was among the panel at  the United Nations ESCAP High-Level Panel on International Financial Accountability, Transparency and Integrity (FACTI) for Achieving the 2030 Agenda and Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific: "Towards an Ecosystem of Financial Accountability, Transparency and Integrity". She addressed on the global anti corruption challenges of tax evasion, money laundering and corruption issues. The final report, which was published on 26 Feb 2021 includes recommendations on closing gaps in the international anti-corruption framework.

Kesalahan Rasuah Menurut Akta SPRM 2009

Menurut Akta Suruhanjaya Pencegahan Rasuah Malaysia 2009

Corruption Offences according to MACC Act 2009

The MACC Act 2009 is a specific act for the corruption crime in Malaysia.

Corruption highlights in 2020

2020 was a major step backwards for good governance and anti-corruption in Malaysia. Watch our video to recap some key moments where things went wrong. Let's hope for a better year ahead.

Workshop: The Role of Youth in Improving Transparent Governance

This workshop touched on issues of corruption and how it destroys our community and how it is affecting our society; also to raise awareness on the concept of integrity and good values. The program was designed to help participants look into themselves as the cause of the problem.  Our goal was to inspire young people whom are involved in this porgram to be able to bring back and create a wave of positive energies in the environment they live in. They need to be the voice of change and soldiers of good values in our society. This was a unique and critical workshop. Youths are the future leaders of our contry. The reform towards a corruption-free Malaysia begins with them. 

The workshop was held on 10 December 2019 in conjunction of International Anti-Corruption Day (9 Dec) and International Human Rights Day (10 Dec). It was also the first of its kind ever organised specifically for youths in the State Government of Perak.

Malaysia Falls Six Ranks in CPI, Mark of Corruption Seeping Deeper into the Nation

C4 Center urges PM Muhyiddin to take this as a serious call to rework his administration towards strengthening the independence of our institutions, as we prepare the country for a difficult time to restore faith in the economy, faith in the political system, and to restore the rule of law.

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