The Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) will look into the allegations that 101 projects were allegedly awarded through direct negotiations during Pakatan Harapan’s administration, as political parties filed reports against former finance minister Lim Guan Eng on the matter.
The MACC said it would obtain the list from the Finance Ministry.
“MACC will get the list of the 101 projects from the Finance Ministry which are said to have been given through direct negotiations during the previous administration.
“A thorough study will be made to determine whether there was corruption, misappropriation and abuse of power in this regard,” it said in a statement on Tuesday (Aug 25).
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