Mindef to release 16 full reports on controversial land swaps this week

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  • Tuesday, 14 May 2019

PETALING JAYA: The Defence Ministry is releasing full reports on controversial land swaps to the public in stages this week.

It has also lodged complaints with the Malaysia Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC), so that investigations can be carried out and appropriate action taken.

In all, 16 full reports will be released on the ministry's website.

The reports on Kem Hutan Melintang, Kem Batu Kentonmen, Kem Paloh/Kinrara have already been released on Monday (May 13).

The reports on Kem Sungai Buloh, Kem Sungai Besi, and Kem Batu Pahat will be put up on Tuesday (May 14), with the others to follow over the next three days.

They include Kem Transit Kem Wataniah 502 AW, Kem Terendak, Kem Sg Putat Melaka, and Kem Brinchang.

Last Thursday (May 9), Defence Minister Mohamad Sabu tabled the Governance, Procurement and Finance Investigating Committee (GPFIC) report on the 16 controversial projects in Dewan Negara.

He said the full reports would be released to the public in stages, via the ministry's official website.

"The ministry views seriously the committee's findings, censure and recommendations," the statement read.

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