MACC welcomes PM's commitment to fight corruption

29 Nov 2022 10:31pm
Tan Sri Azam Baki
Tan Sri Azam Baki
SHAH ALAM - The Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) welcomes the commitment shown by Prime Minister Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim to eliminate corruption and abuse of power.

Its chief commissioner Tan Sri Azam Baki said his agency welcomes and always supports efforts to combat corruption to ensure the stability of the country.

This is a very good commitment and we wholeheartedly welcome his leadership.

All of us Malaysians are held accountable and entrusted not to commit corrupt practises and abuse of power because the act has a detrimental effect on the country, Azam told Sinar Harian on Tuesday.

Azam said this to express support for the Prime Minister, who stated he will not tolerate corruption and malpractises in the government under his administration.
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He added that the MACC calls on all parties to cooperate with them to fight corruption.

In his first press conference as Prime Minister in the capital on Friday, Anwar stressed that he will not tolerate corruption and malpractises under the Unity Government.

The Pakatan Harapan (PH) chairman was sworn in as the 10th Prime Minister at Balai Singgahsana Kecil, Istana Negara at around 5.06pm on Nov 24.