Greater corporate entities resilience against the threat of corruption
30 Jan 2019 – The National Anti Corruption Plan (NACP) 2019-2023, launched by Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad yesterday, will be the main reference and to act as a guide for all government agencies to enhance integrity and good governance in the fight against corruption.
The reasons why GLCs get involved in corporate exercises must be publicly disclosed to constrain the self-serving behaviour of politicians. Disclosure is important as political leaders, through GLCs, have access to enormous funds and rents that can be deployed to garner electoral – even party – support
NACP 6.2.7 – To introduce a legal provision that prohibits Statutory Bodies, SOEs, and CLBG from making contributions to politicians or political parties
National Governance, Integrity and Anti-Corruption Centre (GIACC) director-general Tan Sri Abu Kassim Mohamed said GIACC was in talks with political parties to prepare the Political Funding Bill before it is presented to the Cabinet and later tabled in Parliament.
March 23 2019 – We have empowered the Election Commission and the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission. Discussions are in progress on transparency in political funding, strengthening Parliament, the National Audit Department, reforming the electoral system and much more.