Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission digs in heels as opposition slams ‘inaction’ over Azam Baki’s share-trading saga

Senior Malaysian opposition figures have criticised the leadership of the country’s anti-corruption commission, after top deputies in the agency offered a full-throated backing of their boss over allegations that he engaged in improper share trading.In a statement on Sunday, the deputy commissioners of the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) said the allegations against the agency’s chief, Azam Baki, made public by a whistle-blower, were aimed at maligning the veteran graft-buster.Top…


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