Malaysia’s opposition calls for independent probe into top anti-graft officials over share ownership


“A more open and thorough investigation should be conducted as this involves the purchase of shares worth millions of ringgit in Bursa-listed companies,” it added.  

PH additionally known as into query Mr Abu Zahar’s straightforward acceptance of Mr Azam’s rationalization relating to the shares buy.

Mr Abu Zahar mentioned on Wednesday that the advisory board had discovered no prison conduct or battle of curiosity on Mr Azam’s half within the share buying and selling.

PH’s assertion additionally mentioned that Prime minister Ismail Sabri Yaakob shouldn’t stay silent on the matter and as chief of the Lower House, he ought to name for a particular parliamentary session to clarify the true state of affairs relating to Mr Azam’s shares situation.

“He also needs to explain how the management and administration of the MACC had deteriorated, that cases which ruined the institution’s image could take place,” assist the opposition leaders, referring  to the alleged involvement of MACC officers within the misappropriation of RM25 million (US$ 5.9 million) and a theft involving RM700,000. 

Besides investigating the present chief commissioner, any independent investigation also needs to look into earlier chief commissioners who had served earlier than, the assertion added. 

Source: CNA

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