48% not aware MACC exists


selangor custom assistant director ahmad sarbani mohd. 56,fell to his death at kl macc hq

KUALA LUMPUR: A survey of Malaysian Chinese, aged between 16 and 45, showed that almost half of them are clueless about the government agency, which handles complaints about corruption.

Some 48% in a survey of 216 people by the Federation of Chinese Associations Malaysia (Huazong) replied “no” to the question “do you know which agency to report bribery to?”

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