Reforming Political Financing

Full Report from the National Consultative Committee on Political Financing

Laporan lengkap Jawatankuasa Konsultatif Nasional Mengenai Pembiayaan Politik Berintegriti (JKNMPP): laporan jknmpp bahasa malaysia   Report of the National Consultative Committee on Political Financing: laporan jknmpp english   LIST OF MEMBERS MAIN COMMITTEE Y.B. Senator Datuk Paul Low Seng Kuan (Chairman) Dato’ Sri Idris Jala (Deputy Chairman) Dr Anis Yusal Yusoff (Secretary) Tan Sri Johan Jaaffar Prof. Ulung Datuk Dr. Shamsul Amri

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TI-M Calls for full disclosure of political contribution of RM40 million to Sabah UMNO

12 October, 2012 Transparency International Malaysia (TI-M) is appalled that the Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department, Dato’ Seri Nazri Aziz in a written reply to Batu MP Chua Tian Chan, has stated that the RM 40 million a Sabah businessman was caught with in trying to smuggle into Malaysia from Hong Kong, were political contributions to the Sabah UMNO and not for the Chief Minister Musa Aman and that “no element of corruption was proven”.

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Declaration of Assets

16 January, 2012 Transparency International Malaysia (TI-M) has for many years repeatedly called for transparency and full public disclosure of assets of elected and public officials, towards improving the confidence of Malaysian citizens and foreign investors in integrity, accountability and good governance. We are encouraged by the disclosure by Penang officials that was announced last week, which we believe is a first for Malaysia. We are further

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Submission of Memorandum on Reform of Political Financing in Malaysia to the Prime Minister of Malaysia

On 5 May 2011, Ms. Josie Fernandez, the Secretary General and Mr. Alan Kirupakaran, the Executive Director represented TI-M  in submitting the memorandum on Reforming Political Financing addressed to the Prime Minister of Malaysia. The memorandum (in Bahasa Malaysia and English) was received by Encik Asrul Affendi from the Prime Minister’s press office. Apart from the 22 recommendations which were the direct result of TI-M research, the memorandum

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Reforming Political Financing in Malaysia: Sarawak Region Workshop (Kuching)

The sixth and final workshop of Transparency International – Malaysia’s Nationwide Campaign on Reforming Political Financing in Malaysia was held on 19 March 2011 in Harbour View Hotel, Kuching. The workshop was part of the Crinis project funded by the Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands. The workshop was aimed at encouraging free and frank discussion and exchange of ideas on the effort to create a level playing field in political financing.

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Reforming Political Financing in Malaysia: Sabah Region Workshop (Kota Kinabalu)

“Reforming Political Financing in Malaysia: Sabah Workshop” was the fifth workshop of Transparency International – Malaysia’s Nationwide Campaign on Reforming Political Financing in Malaysia. The Sabah Workshop was held on 17 March 2011 at BeverlyHotel, Kota Kinabalu. The forum was part of the Crinis project funded by the Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands. Similar with earlier workshops in West Malaysia, this workshop aimed to encourage

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Reforming Political Financing in Malaysia: Central Region Public Forum (Kuala Lumpur Selangor Chinese Assembly Hall)

A public forum with members of the public was organised by Transparency International – Malaysia (TI-M) on 18 February 2011 at Selangor Chinese Assembly Hall. The forum was part of the Crinis project funded by the Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands Similar to the earlier workshops, this forum aimed to encourage free and frank discussion and exchange of idea, with a view to mobilise public support for reforming political financing in Malaysia.

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Reforming Political Financing in Malaysia East Coast Region Workshop (Kuala Terengganu)

A workshop with members of the public was organised by Transparency International – Malaysia (TI-M) at Kuala Terengganu on 15 January 2011. The workshop which had the format of a public forum was part of the Crinis project funded by the Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands. The main objective of the forum was to meet the public and raise public awareness on the issue pertaining to political financing. More than 150 invitations were sent to

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Reforming Political Financing in Malaysia: Meeting with Members of Parliament

A roundtable discussion with Members of Parliament (MPs) was organised by Transparency International – Malaysia (TI-M); comprising two meetings, with Pakatan Rakyat (PR) MPs representing the opposition, and Y.B Dato’ Seri Mohamed Nazri bin Abdul Aziz, de facto Law Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department representing the government. The Roundtable was supported by the Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands, with Ms Sabine Knoers, Policy

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Reforming Political Financing in Malaysia: Northern Region Workshop (Penang)

A workshop was held on 9 October 2010 at the Traders Hotel, Penang. The workshop was organised with the support from KAS and the Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands. The workshop was aimed at mobilising support from the public in the northern region for TI-M’s effort in reforming political financing in Malaysia. Additionally, TI-M wished to raise public awareness on the subject matter and its detrimental effects to society as a whole. Public

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