Kejayaan KPK Indonesia – Jadikannya Iktibar

Pendahuluan kalaulah kaji selidik terbaru Transparency International-Malaysia (TI-M) membawa sebarang mesej penting, mesej tersebut bukan sekadar berkenaan dengan persepsi bahawa parti politik (45%) dilihat sebagai paling korup, dikuti institusi polis (42%), kakitangan kerajaan (31%) dan seterusnya. Sebaliknya, mesej tersebut berkait rapat dengan peranan, bidang kuasa dan kerangka operasi Suruhanjaya Pencegahan Rasuah Malaysia (SPRM). Pindaan Akta … Continue reading Kejayaan KPK Indonesia – Jadikannya Iktibar

The Success of Indonesia’s Anti-Corruption Commission – A Model to Emulate

If there is an important message from the latest survey findings of Transparency International-Malaysia (TI-M), that message is not just about how 45% of 2,032 respondents viewed political parties as the most corrupt, followed by the police (42%), civil servants (31%) and so forth, but rather it's about the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission's expanded power to … Continue reading The Success of Indonesia’s Anti-Corruption Commission – A Model to Emulate