ACA to monitor claims posted on the Internet


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  • Thursday, 02 Jan 2003

KANGAR: The Anti-Corruption Agency (ACA) is expanding its scope of responsibilities by monitoring allegations of power abuse and corruption posted on the Internet, said its analysis division director Mustafar Ali. 

This comes in the wake of numerous allegations made online against various quarters, including top government officials. Mustafar said the agency would monitor online allegations of abuse of power, bribery, and misappropriation of funds as part of its duties. 

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