MACC to civil servants: Minister's support letter not a directive

MACC Deputy Chief Commissioner (prevention) Datuk Seri Shamshun Baharin Mohd Jamil delivered his keynote address at the anti-corruption forum organised by International Strategy Institute (ISI) in Putrajaya. - MOHD SAHAR MISNI/The Star

PUTRAJAYA: Civil servants should not view support letters issued by ministers or politicians as a directive to approve applications, says the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC).

Its deputy chief commissioner (prevention) Datuk Seri Shamsun Baharin Mohd Jamil said guidelines were already in place regarding such matters.

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