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TI-M wants to make our anti-corruption laws work

PRESS STATEMENT, 24 March 2015, KUALA LUMPUR – The Anti-Corruption Advisory Board and Parliament’s bipartisan Special Committee against Corruption have proposed that the Commission be given more bite to compel owners to declare their assets. The government would have to amend Section 36 of the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) Act 2009 to compel an individual in certain circumstances to declare his finances or assets without the MACC

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YES, I SUPPORT THE FIGHT AGAINST CORRUPTION! TI-Malaysia is an independent, non-governmental and non-partisan organization, which relies solely on donations and grants from organizations and generous individuals to further our mission to eradicate corruption and promote transparency, accountability and integrity throughout the society. Every donations counts, and will contribute in the fight against corruption. Your contribution will support TI-Malaysia’s

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TI-M backs the call for greater transparency and to fight corruption  PRESS STATEMENT, 18 March 2015, KUALA LUMPUR - Transparency International Malaysia (TI-M) supports the call by Tengku Razaleigh Hamzah, the former finance minister and current Gua Musang MP on all Cabinet members and federal lawmakers to declare their assets and liabilities. It is very appropriate that the call to fight corruption is coming from a member of the ruling party. That

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PRESS STATEMENT, 14 March 2015, KUALA LUMPUR. Transparency International Malaysia (TI-M) is pleased to announce the 17th Annual General Meeting (AGM) election results. The new Exco line-up whom will serve a two-year term (2105 – 2017) as follows :- Officer-Bearers President                 -           Dato’ Akhbar Satar Deputy President   -           Dr Loi Kheng Min Secretary-General  -          Dr Muhammad

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Speak Up Against Corruption – Citizen’s Handbook

We want you to SPEAK UP to fight corruption. TI-M has recently published a book called “Speak up against corruption – citizen’s handbook” that aims to inform you, engage you, and empower you to help improve your willingness to report corruption. Be the ears and eyes. Be aware and speak up to bring corruption to light. The handbook is available in the following languages: a. English (Speak Up Against Corruption) b. Malay (Bersuara Menentang

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PRESS STATEMENT, 03 March 2015, KUALA LUMPUR – Transparency International Malaysia (TI-M) strongly urges our government to set up a special high level task force to conduct a full investigation into the numerous allegations of massive billion ringgit financial and commercial crime scandal involving 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB) and a little known oil company. It was reported that a USD$700 million “loan” was supposedly repaid to a little

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Speak Up Against Corruption Campaign

Empowering citizens to report corruption by providing free and confidential support, and education on the redress mechanisms available, and carry out strategic advocacy for systemic change. BACKGROUND When TI-M launched the Malaysian Corruption Barometer results in May 2014, the findings on corruption reporting were concerning. Of the 2,000 people surveyed, 49% answered ‘No’ to reporting corruption and out of that, 46% stated it was because

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The third mobile visit and workshop for “Speak Up Against Corruption” Project at Labu, Negeri Sembilan and introduction of our new Anti-Corruption toll-free line 1800-22-0122

On 15th February 2015, we have organised a corruption awareness with orang asli in Labu, Negeri Sembilan. We have invited Dr. Celemans Haji Kasim, MACC Senior superintendent to give an overview of MACC. Our speaker, Ms Harban Kaur was also there to brief about our new toll free line (1800 220 122), and emphasizing on how reporting corruption is crucial. The new toll free service will provide an avenue for the public to speak up on issues concerning

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Speak Up Against Corruption” Second Mobile Visit 08 February 2015, Kg Pasu, Kuala Krau, Temerloh, Pahang”

On the 08 February 2015,  Kg Pasu, Kuala Krau, Temerloh, Pahang. Ms Harban Kaur gave a brief talk about our new toll free line (1800 220 122), and emphasizing on how reporting corruption is crucial. The new toll free service will provide an avenue for the public to speak up on issues concerning corruption and in turn for TI-M to provide support to the public.  Especially for the Orang Asli community. 30 participants took part in this event.

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PRESS STATEMENT, 11 February 2015, KUALA LUMPUR - In a good governance regime, conflict of interests must be avoided at all costs by all. Any public policies and government projects must be undertaken with due diligence. Engagement with experts and authorities as well as concerned citizen groups is always good. The high profile public-private partnership cases that are currently undergoing arbitration and dispute processes have raised further question

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