State MACC launches anti-corruption programme targetting civil servants

(From left) Hasbi, Zulhairy and others show car stickers reminding civil servants to fight corruption.

KUCHING: Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) Sarawak yesterday launched Gerakan Memerangi Pemberi Rasuah (Gempur), an anti-corruption programme reminding civil servants to report bribery and educating members of the public not to offer any in the first place.

The launching ceremony, held at Kuching City North Commission (DBKU) headquarters here, targets civil servants in the fields of enforcement, acquisition and licensing.

“Personnel who refuse bribes and report corruption will...

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