NACP 6.2

Greater corporate entities resilience against the threat of corruption

ANALYSIS

In Progress

Sub-promises

PH MANIFESTO 22 GLCs reform
 
NACP 6.2.1 -To oblige the Statutory Bodies, SOEs, CLBG and private sector regulated by regulatory bodies to develop Organisational Anti-Corruption Plan (OACP) with the assistance of three agencies namely the MACC, National Centre for Governance, Integrity and Anti- Corruption and Malaysian Institute of Integrity

30 January 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 NACP will also be the main reference for other relevant entities in developing their respective Organisation Anti-Corruption Plan (OACP).

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PH MANIFESTO 22 GLCs reform
 
NACP 6.2.2 – To strengthen anti-corruption awareness programme and engagement with Statutory Bodies, SOEs, CLBG and private sector Section17A – MACC Act – by June 2020 Beneficial Benefits

19 March 2019 

Mahathir said the government is currently rationalising expenditure on social protection and assistance programmes as there are over 110 programmes under 21 ministries.

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PH MANIFESTO 22 GLCs reform
 
NACP 6.2.3 – To expand the participation of Certified Integrity Officers (CeIO) to all Statutory Bodies, SOEs, and CLBG

No Progress

PH MANIFESTO 22 GLCs reform
 
NACP 6.2.4 – To propose Anti-Bribery Management System (ABMS) MS ISO 37001 certification as a requirement for SOEs, CLBG and private sector in order to bid for Government contracts

23 February 2019 

 Cegah rasuah: Apa lagi belum kita lakukan? Jabatan Standard Malaysia (Standards Malaysia) dengan kerjasama SPRM pula melancarkan sistem piawaian dikenali Malaysian Standard MS ISO 37001:2016 Anti-Bribery Management Systems (ABMS).

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PH MANIFESTO 22 GLCs reform
 
NACP 6.2.5 -To issue a Prime Minister’s Directive to govern disclosure of conflict of interest, as well as efficiency and transparency in Statutory Bodies, SOEs, and CLBG

14 August 2018

The directive for all ministers, deputy ministers and political appointees to declare their assets to the prime minister and subsequently to all agencies that combat corruption is currently being worked on, says Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad.

“Yes, it is being done,” the prime minister told the press after the third meeting of the Cabinet Select Committee on Anti-Corruption (JKKMAR).

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PH MANIFESTO 22 GLCs reform
 
NACP 6.2.6 – To establish a full disclosure mechanism on information regarding subsidiaries and non-consolidated companies of Statutory Bodies, State-Owned Enterprises (SOEs), and Government Established Company Limited By Guarantee (CLBG) needs to be established

07 October 2018

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

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PH MANIFESTO 22 GLCs reform
 

NACP 6.2.7 – To introduce a legal provision that prohibits Statutory Bodies, SOEs, and CLBG from making contributions to politicians or political parties

23 March 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.

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