Challenge to MACC Chief Commissioner Dzulkifli to explain at the Pakatan Harapan “Sayangi Malaysia, Hapuskan Kleptokrasi” rally in PJ on Oct. 14 what MACC had done about fighting corruption and abuses of power in the 1MDB scandal
The Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission Chief Commissioner (MACC) Tan Sri Dzulkifli Ahmad said two days ago that the people are watching me to judge my commitment and seriousness towards fighting corruption and abuses of power.
I have been watched by the people for more than half a century, and DAP leaders are prepared to be judged by the people.
But the MACC Chief Commissioner does not seem to realise that the people are watching the MACC under his leadership to judge whether it dares to fight the “sharks” of corruption, or only goes after the “ikan bilis” and the “medium-sized fishes” in its campaign against corruption.’
In his first anniversary as MACC head, Dzulkifli has launched a nation-wide anti-corruption campaign by MACC officials.
Unfortunately, MACC officials only dare to tell the people to “Say No to Corruption” but they dare not say so themselves, in particular on the international multi-billion dollar 1MDB money-laundering scandal which had turned Malaysia overnight into a global kleptocracy.
I challenge Dzulkifli to come to the Pakatan Harapan “Sayangi Malaysia, Hapuskan Kleptocrasi” rally in Petaling Jaya on Oct. 14 to tell Malaysians what the MACC under his leadership had done about the No. 1 financial scandal and corruption in Malaysia – the 1MDB scandal.
Let Dzulkifli come to the Pakatan Harapan “Sayangi Malaysia, Hapuskan Kleptocrasi” rally in PJ on Oct. 14 to explain what the MACC has done to fight corruption and abuses of power in the 1MDB scandal.
If Dzulkifli dare not come to the PH rally to explain what the MACC had done to fight corruption and abuses of power in the 1MDB scandal, what is the use of MACC launching a nation-wide road-show on fighting corruption?