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Chief Commissioner of the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC), Tan Sri Azam Baki.PIX: FAREEZ FADZIL / MalaysiaGazette / 14 JUNR 2022.

By Nizam Zain

PUTRAJAYA – The Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) has not received any response from the Attorney-General’s Chamber (AGC) on the follow up action against three MARA Corporation (MARA Corp) officers who were investigated for power abuse and mismanagement of the company.

The Chief Commissioner of MACC Tan Sri Azam Baki said, on however, it does not mean that the case will not be charged at the court.

“At the moment, no information from anyone or the Attorney-General’s Chamber declaring that the case will not be charged.

“Currently, I did not receive any comment stating that the case will not be charge.

“We have investigated and, in our opinion, there were sufficient testimonies to propose for charge against several quarters,” he told the journalists at the MACC Headquarters today.

Earlier, the MACC said that it has completed its investigation on the integrity issues involving five senior MARA officers implicated with power abuse.

The matter was brought to light by a Twitter account which compiled a six-page letter on integrity issues involving the officers of the agency under the Ministry of Rural Development.

The five officers of the agency who were involved in the allegation also lodged police report at the Dang Wangi Police Station in Kuala Lumpur separately, denying the alleged conducts. -MalaysiaGazette

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