RBTag test receives encouraging responses from politicians

18 Feb 2022 11:27am

SHAH ALAM - The anti-corruption psychometric Rasuah Busters Tag (RBTag) test received encouraging response from political leaders.

Rasuah Busters Chief Secretary Nurhayati Nordin said as of Thursday, 21 politicians from various parties took the RBTag test.

“The commitment from political parties is very high. They came to us to take the test in stages. So far there have been two sessions going on.

“The number of participation increases each day during the Melaka state election.

“We will be going to Johor for the state election and the test will be resumed there,” she told Sinar Harian on Thursday

A total of 18 politicians from Parti Bangsa Malaysia (PBM) and a politician from Parti Keadilan Rakyat (PKR) who was the party's treasurer-general Lee Chean Chung took part in the test at the Kumpulan Karangkraf complex, here, on Thursday.

Apart from them, Hulu Klang assemblyman Saari Sungib and Lembah Jaya assemblyman Haniza Mohamed Talha also took the test during the previous session.

The newly introduced RBTag test by the anti-graft movement is a mechanism to identify the credibility of an individual’s integrity level.

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Nurhayati urged more political figures to undergo the test as one of the measures to analyse the integrity level of future leaders.

“The test is not meant to determine if someone was involved in corruption or not, but to observe their profile.

“When the result is out, we can evaluate their weaknesses and strengths,” she said.