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

【Malaysiakini】’Is Parliament subservient to the cabinet?’

'Is Parliament subservient to the cabinet?' It is wrong for Minister in the Prime Minister's Department Paul Low to “suggest” that the report on indigeneous people's land rights prepared by National Human Rights Commission (Suhakam) from its inquiry be submitted to cabinet instead of Parliament, a think tank says.The Political Studies for Change (KPRU) said … Continue reading 【Malaysiakini】’Is Parliament subservient to the cabinet?’