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MACC and EC team up to fight graft

PUTRAJAYA: The public can lodge complaints on graft or abuse of power during GE14 to an operations centre jointly run by the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Com­mission and the Election Com­mission.


Pakatan’s motive over posters quizzed

PUTRAJAYA: The Election Com­mis­sion (EC) is questioning why Paka­tan Harapan is “making an issue” about not being allowed to display pictures of its chairman Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad on its campaign posters.


Flags and fundraisers even before Parliament dissolution

PETALING JAYA: Party flags decorating the streets, giants billboards with portraits of MPs or announcements of forums and fundraising dinners – the 13th Parliament has yet to be dissolved but campaigning for the 14th general election already appears to be in full swing.


Task force to probe graft

KUCHING: A special task force will be set up to investigate graft complaints leading up to the general election, says the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC).


Chance to tackle political financing

A letter from DR CHANDRA MUZAFFAR , Chairman Board of Trustees Yayasan 1Malaysia


Spend as much as you want, proposes polls reform panel

KUALA LUMPUR: Politicians should be allowed to spend as much as they want for their campaign, says Minister in the Prime Minister's Department Senator Datuk Paul Low.


Auditors find it tough to unmask corporate fraud

MENTION corporate fraud and most Malaysians will give a blank stare. An impromptu survey done by StarBizWeek in Kuala Lumpur’s central business district revealed the extent to which people know about corporate fraud. Of the 25 people, 23 did not know or did not want to comment.


Police give polls do’s and don’ts

SIBU: Some 50 people from various political parties attended a dialogue and briefing with the police as preparations for the state polls go into full swing.


Hashim: EC has no power to probe political parties’ spending

PETALING JAYA: The Election Commission (EC) does not have the jurisdiction to investigate any political party’s election spending, its chairman Datuk Seri Mohd Hashim Abdullah said.


Chairman: EC can only investigate individual candidate's spending, not entire party's

PETALING JAYA: The Election Commission (EC) does not have the jurisdiction to investigate any political party's election spending, says its chairman Datuk Seri Mohd Hashim Abdullah.