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MACC staff urged to hold more anti-corruption campaigns
KOTA BARU: Staff of Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) have been urged to upgrade interaction with society by holding more anti-corruption campaigns.
Minister in the Prime Minister's Department Datuk Seri Mohamed Nazri Aziz said MACC's job is not limited to intelligence, investigation and arrest but also to educate the public on the evil of corruption.
"Continue to deliver the message on the danger of corruption to the country," he said when opening Kelantan MACC Building Complex by the Sultan of Kelantan, Sultan Muhammad V, here today.
Nazri said MACC staff must be open minded and respond positively to constructive criticisms and demonstrate integrity of high quality.
Meanwhile, MACC Chief Commissioner Datuk Seri Abu Kassim Mohamed said the building complex costing RM26.45 million has two video interviewing rooms to record interview and movement of suspects and investigating officers.
"The interviewing rooms prove that MACC is transparent during investigation and will fend accusation of torture, coercion and threat against witnesses or suspects," he added. -- BERNAMA