'Whistleblowers' take CCM to court

KUALA LUMPUR: A former deputy CEO of the Companies Commission of Malaysia is challenging the agency over her sacking while a former CCM training director is disputing his demotion on grounds that they merely acted as “whistleblowers” to address alleged corruption and bribery in the CCM.

Judicial Commissioner Abu Bakar Jais set June 25 for Rokiah Mohd Noor and Azryain Borhan to inform him if they would appeal against his ruling to allow CCM and the Attorney-General’s Chambers to expunge certain parts of their affidavits yesterday.

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