MACC to ‘focus on key areas’ in the new year

KUALA LUMPUR: Several key areas and focuses will be the priority for the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) this year to ensure it remains relevant and effective, says Tan Sri Azam Baki (pic).

The chief commissioner said he is determined to improve the commission further, adding that such changes for the better could also ensure it could positively contribute to the nation.

“We could be more successful in 2024 through hard work and improvement in key areas.

“It is not just to assist the nation in terms of achieving zero corruption but to also help in reducing leakages of funds and improve the nation’s economy,” he said in a video message yesterday.

He reminded all in MACC that the new year could bring about new challenges but it was important for them to rise to the occasion.

“We may be facing challenges and demands of new tasks and all of it require a change in thinking and the way we work.

“It is of utmost importance for us to change, explore the new and leave behind the old as well as overcome on past mistakes and stay away from what is wrong,” he said.

Azam said everyone in MACC should enhance their integrity, skills and knowledge so that they could achieve MACC’s mission and vision.

“Happy New Year to all in MACC and all Malaysians,” he said.

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