The Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission has frowned on Penang’s reluctance to sign the Corruption-Free Pledge and make a commitment to combat the country’s number one enemy.
MACC chief commissioner Datuk Dzulkifli Ahmad said other states had signed it while Kelantan and Selangor had indicated their readiness to do the same.
“We cannot force Penang to sign it. So we’ll just have to wait and see. But looking at the scenario, a lot of corruption-related reports had been lodged in Penang,” he told reporters at an MACC Aidilfitri gathering with the Chinese community in Pulau Ketam here last night (July 14 2017).
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