‘Countries will work with us’

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  • Thursday, 18 Jul 2019

PUTRAJAYA: A number of countries are prepared to work with the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commis­sion (MACC) in providing mutual legal assistance, including identifying bank transactions, property and all other matters related to corruption cases, says chief commissioner Latheefa Koya.

“The MACC has the capacity to trace the records of individuals alleged to have committed grand-scale corruption globally as the commission has strong cooperation with foreign countries,” she said.

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