Media Statements

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.

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.

 

More transparency, stringency needed to preserve human rights and environment from plastic waste imports, says C4 report

Press Statement dated 17 March 2021:  One of our aims here was to link the climate crisis, environmental governance with the entire area of anti-corruption, of accountable governance, and access to information.

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.

GAPING HOLES IN LYNAS PDF EIA: THE PEOPLE OF KUANTAN DISTRICT HAS THE RIGHT TO KNOW!

The environmental impact assessment (EIA) for Lynas’s Permanent Disposal Facility (PDF) revealed that 202.35 hectares (ha) of Bukit Ketam will be developed as a Multi-Category Industrial Scheduled Waste Disposal Site (MCISW Disposal Site). This area will be carved out of the Bukit Kuantan Forest Reserve and Lynas’s PDF will take up 58.25ha or 29% of this land.

The company in charge of developing Lynas' RM400m Permanent Disposal Facility (PDF) is Gading Senggara Sdn Bhd.

Who is behind Gading Senggara Sdn Bhd?

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