Now, Rafizi says will submit Selangor graft complaints to MACC after PKR
(MMO) – PKR secretary-general Rafizi Ramli clarified today that he will submit certain complaints he had received on alleged corruption in Selangor involving the state government to the Malaysian Anti Corruption Commission (MACC).
However, Rafizi told Malay Mail Online that he will provide the MACC with the complaints that have substantial supporting evidence after he presents a full list of complaints to his party president Datuk Seri Dr Wan Azizah Wan Ismail tomorrow.
“I will go and do so after the political bureau meeting,” he said.
Earlier today, the PKR MP was reported as saying all the complaints will be forwarded to Dr Wan Azizah tomorrow and the party president will decide what to be done with them.
But he has since claimed that reporters had “misunderstood” his remarks on the matter.
“Some of the complaints warrants further evidence, that I will submit to the president,” he said.
“Just because those complaints do not have full evidence does not mean they should be dismissed,” he added.
He also said that he is unsure of the exact date when he will file the complaints with the MACC.
In a leaked Whatsapp message last week, Rafizi warned PKR members that there are allegations of money and women being exchanged during certain dealings with the Selangor administration.