Lim: MACC must address 5 corruption cases

THE Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) must explain why there is still no action taken on five cases involving politicians allegedly being paid to switch sides. 

(The Malaysian Reserve) – DAP general secretary Lim Guan Eng (picture) said the five cases include former Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin’s audio recording offering political posts and positions in government-linked corporations in exchange for political support and Warisan Labuan MP Rozman Isli’s unrebutted statement that he was charged with corruption during his time as Labuan Port Authority deputy chairman five years ago, due to his refusal to cross over to Bersatu. 

There are also the cases of Tebrau MP Steven Choong who defected from PKR to support Muhyiddin with a promise of an official position that would provide him with a platform to rebuild the nation’s economy; Kuala Langat MP Dr Xavier Jayakumar who defected and supported Muhyiddin, which former Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak said involved RM78.2 million. 

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