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Police is the most corrupt institution, a true perception by Malaysians

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This survey is correlated with my hypothesis that Malaysian police is the most corrupt institution in Malaysia.

With police and political parties are believed the most corrupt bodies, Malaysia is called the champion of corruption in the world is not an underestimated statement.

The outflow of black money per capita for Malaysia is quantitatively rated as the highest one in the world is not a perception, it’s a hard fact.

TI-M survey: Police, political parties most corrupt

Tan Yi Liang

PETALING JAYA (July 9, 2013): The police and political parties are the most corrupt public institutions in the country, according to the latest global corruption survey by Transparency International Malaysia (TI-M).

The 2013 survey polled 1,000 Malaysians between September last year and March this year, asking them to rate public institutions on a scale of 1 (least corrupt) to 5 (most corrupt).

The police were rated 4, with political parties a close second at 3.8. It also found 39% of respondents believed corruption had worsen compared with 37% in 2011, said TI-M president Datuk Akhbar Satar.

Akhbar said 87% of respondents agreed ordinary people can make a difference in the fight against corruption.

“Generally, the perceived effectiveness of government actions in fighting corruption has decreased,” he added.

Even the perception that the government was effective in dealing with corruption has suffered, dropping to 31% from 49% in 2011.

Later, an attempt by TI-M secretary-general Josie Fernandez to explain some of the findings was abruptly interrupted by TI-M executive committee member Rozni Hashim, who shouted at her for speaking to journalists.

He urged reporters not to listen to her, claiming she was not the legitimate secretary-general.

Fernandez later told the press her position as secretary-general was recognised by the Registrar of Societies. She said she would resign as secretary-general at TI-M’s extraordinary general meeting on July 20.

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Shukri says:

Bulan puasa bulan mulia.
Harap pihak PDRM boleh dapat kesedaran untuk tak makan suap lagi.

Soy says:

FT Minister Tengku Adnan Mansor should know that if 1Malaysia has no corruption, no cronyism or no abuse of power, then there is no “shit” for Pakatan Rakyat to stir.

Therefore rakyat like “shit stirrer” (check and balance) to dig out all the corruption shit of Umno like the NFC case.

PLK says:

Dont see polis on street to guide traffic daily BUT when Bersih march comes thousands can be deployed … so wonder where the majority of them are on normal days … surfing net ???

Sabri says:

When is is already a REAL issue, why call it perception?

PDRM and Home Ministry should admit the facts and not continue to find excuses with its statistics.