Compel all members of the Dewan Rakyat, Dewan Negara, and government officials (JUSA C ranking and above) to declare assets and income.
The new act under the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC), which requires politicians and senior government officials Grade Jusa C and above, to declare their assets, is expected to be implemented before the end of this year. The new act is currently being drafted and will be presented to the Cabinet and hope to be realised by year end. MACC Deputy Chief Commissioner (Prevention) Datuk Shamsun Baharin Mohd Jamil
Anwar Ibrahim has urged the government to make asset declarations by key public officials a legal obligation; some MPs are still refusing to declare their assets despite this being the policy of the Pakatan Harapan administration.
Anwar declares assets, in keeping with expectations of Cabinet members and PH lawmakers
The Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) has published the asset declaration of 47 Pakatan Harapan and Parti Warisan Sabah parliamentarians, with Lim Guan Eng recording the highest monthly income.
A new law warranting a mandatory declaration of assets by elected representatives is in the works. The new law, when adopted, would be expanded to include opposition members of parliament and state assemblymen. MACC is completing the bill’s final draft, which is expected to be concluded by year end.“I believe that we need to have a stronger whistleblower act to deal with the current situation in the country.
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