Malaysia Must be Known for its Integrity, Not Corruption
GIACC has proposed to the Special Cabinet Committee on Anti-Corruption (JKKMAR) that ministers should undertake these five anti-corruption measures at their ministries as part of the National Anti-Corruption Plan (NCAP).
These five measures are:
- Ensuring that administrative staff within ministries declare their assets to the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission
- Pledging to create and enforce a gift policy at their ministries
- Enforcing an anti-corruption plan at their ministries
- Holding meetings to improve governance, integrity and anti-corruption measures at ministerial level, with ministers to chair meetings at least twice a year, and
- Improving transparency in public procurement and reducing opportunities for bribes by ensuring that the details of parties who successfully bid for open tenders approved by the ministry’s procurement authorities are published on the myProcurement portal.
Ensure offenders are punished appropriately.
Ensure we are recognised for our clean image and high integrity based on the international governance indices such as Corruption Perception Index (CPI) and the Global Corruption Barometer (GCB)
10 May 2019 – After years of resisting calls for an independent oversight body, police today agreed to the establishment of the Independent Police Complaints and Misconduct Commission (IPCMC).