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Declaration Against Corruption

Your Ignorance On Corruption Is Their Power Make your move now! JOIN US

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Stop hostage-taking ‘business model’ before its too late

By Robin Augustin PETALING JAYA: The Malaysian Government must act to stop abductions of locals by foreign militants, as it is becoming a “business model” for abductors. Criminologist Akhbar Satar told FMT this had to be done in a preventive manner and not by continuing to give in to ransom demands by abductors. Akhbar was commenting on news reports of a Malaysian sailor, abducted with four others in waters off Lahad Datu on July 18, recently

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Money laundering and the art world

One of the ways of turning dirty or black money into legitimate money is through money laundering. Money laundering is the process of converting dirty money so it appears legal.  The money is smartly cleaned in order to distinguish its criminal origin and appear to have derived from a legitimate source. Dirty money originates from a predicate crime and obtained illegally from corruption, fraud, embezzlement, financial crime and other profit- driven

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CORPORATE TRANSPARENCY AND ANTI-CORRUPTION FOOTPRINT MALAYSIA

Highlights 26/32companies active in Malaysia DO NOT publish a policy prohibiting facilitation payments 22/32companies active in Malaysia DO NOT state publicly that their anti-corruption policy applies to agents 22/32companies active in Malaysia DO NOT disclose their tax payments For full report, please click below; Country paper 0.0 TRAC EMM 2016_web_final_EN_EMBARGOED Petronas #RaiseTheBar  

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OPEN LETTER

Ref : TI-M/July2015/UNCAC/001 Date : 13th July 2015   OPEN LETTER YAB Dato Sri Mohd Najib bin Tun Abdul Razak Prime Minister of Malaysia Main Block, Perdana Putra Building, Federal Government Administrative Centre, 62502 Putrajaya, Malaysia   YB Senator Datuk Paul Low Seng Kuan Minister in the PM Department Minister's Office, West Block, Level 3, Perdana Putra Building Federal Government Administrative Centre 62502 Putrajaya, Malaysia  

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GIAT calls for RCI to address 1MDB issue

KUALA LUMPUR: The Governance, Integrity, Accountability and Transparency (GIAT) has called for the setting up of a Royal Commission of Inquiry (RCI) to address all questions regrading 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB). Apart from that, the coalition also urged for for an immediate stop to activities that may obstruct the Malaysian Anti- Corruption Commission (MACC) from conducting its investigations effectively, and allow them to carry out investigations

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FISH ROTS FROM THE HEAD: Under Najib, corruption hits new level – watchdog

KUALA LUMPUR - The coalition for Governance, Integrity, Accountability and Transparency (GIAT) said today that there was an urgent need for reform in how political parties and election campaigns are financed in Malaysia. It also called for greater transparency in the personal accounts of politicians. GIAT called for immediate action by the Malaysian government on reforms called for in a 2005 report on asset declarations by Transparency International

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Corruption has reached a different level

KUALA LUMPUR: The coalition for Governance, Integrity, Accountability and Transparency (GIAT) said today that there was an urgent need for reform in how political parties and election campaigns are financed in Malaysia. It also called for greater transparency in the personal accounts of politicians. GIAT called for immediate action by the Malaysian government on reforms called for in a 2005 report on asset declarations by Transparency International

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NGO coalition demands reform to fight money politics

.A coalition of non-governmental organisations wants a reform on how political parties and their campaigns are financed, following revelations by a Wall Street Journal (WSJ) report on how funds were moved to fund the last general election.   In a statement today, the Giat (Governance, Integrity, Accountability and Transparency) coalition called for immediate reform to the way political parties and their election campaigns are financed and transparency

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End corporate donations, says anti-graft group after WSJ claims of GE13 funding

Transparency International Malaysia president Datuk Akhbar Satar reiterates calls that political funding should come from Putrajaya or state governments, not corporations, to end the perception that political parties are the most corrupt institution in the country. – The Malaysian Insider file pic, July 7, 2015.Corporations should not make donations to political parties to prevent private agendas from influencing election outcomes, watchdog Transparency

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