Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) Sarawak has opened 38 investigation papers between January and May this year.
From the total, 28 individuals had been caught and 14 cases were brought to court, said MACC state director Dato Badrul Shah Norman.
“Besides operations work, efforts have also been done to prevent corruption. Between January and May this year, we have conducted six programmes with influential Chinese community leaders, major private companies, influential non-governmental organisations, political leaders as well as rural community leaders.
“A total of 98 talks were also given to various government and private agencies during the period,” he said prior to the official opening of the new MACC office complex at Jalan Laksamana Cheng Ho here yesterday.
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