Fearless and unconventional

THE shockwaves over the appointment of former PKR politician Latheefa Koya (pic) as the new head of the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) have yet to subside. It was a thunderbolt that nobody, not even Cabinet members, saw coming.

Her friends in the civil rights movement have lauded the move as one that will “send shivers down the spines of crooks” but the opinion out there has ranged largely from scepticism to disbelief.

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