PETALING JAYA: Two meetings have been held so far by the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission's (MACC) Transformation Executive Committee to review and reform its standard operating procedures.
The committee, helmed by chief commissioner Datuk Seri Abu Kassim Mohamed, has agreed to thoroughly study the recommendations suggested in the Royal Commission of Inquiry's (RCI) report into Teoh Beng Hock's death.
In the first meeting on July 27, commission members agreed to involve local and foreign experts to evaluate and implement the RCI recommendations.
Abu Kassim said the committee would issue progress reports through press statements.
The temporary committee, comprising nine members, was formed following the release of the RCI report last month which condemned the intensive interrogation methods of three MACC officers.
The 124-page report made numerous recommendations which included calling for MACC's questioning and interrogation procedures to be reformed and improved.
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