Other elements to be included are on human rights, road safety and environmental awareness.
NUTP sec-gen says it can be a new and major topic in Islamic, moral and citizenship education.
UPDATED 2.07PM | The PM and DPM will not be above the law, says Dr Mahathir.
UPDATED 2.38pm | The new centre will report to Dr M and suggest ways to restructure agencies, says Abu Kassim Mohamed.
Experts say the Prevention of Corruption Act now inadequate in deterring corporate sector wrongdoing.
Such audits would prevent misuse of departmental assets and funds, says Salleh Said Keruak.
UPDATED 4PM | To win in 'Kleptopoly', one has to resist the temptations of the 'corrupt' path and be 'clean'.
This is to enhance public confidence in the integrity of civil servants, says its education division director.
The culprits are believed to have siphoned off ministry funds meant to improve basic amenities.
UPDATED 2.25PM | The pledge could also help erase negative perception of various parties towards the gov't, says DPM.
The pledge will not help fight corruption nor enhance the political capital of opposition states.
UPDATED 12.48PM | He responds to S'wak Report's claim that suspect Gopinathan was in direct telephone contact with him.
Detained man under remand for three days.
The Center to Combat Corruption and Cronyism's (C4) director said this in her acceptance speech for a US award last night.
I try to stay away from local news portals nowadays. In my opinion there is no news that’s worth reading anyway. The topics constantly revolve around the same small issues.
The latest to sign ‘anti-corruption pledges’ are officers of Felda.
Cuepacs head Azih Muda believes such a rule will boost integrity in the civil service.
What a great business idea from the former Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) deputy chief commissioner Zakaria Jaffar who is now chairperson of the Yayasan Anti-Rasuah Malaysia (Malaysian Anti-Corruption Foundation or YARM).
Yayasan Anti-Rasuah Malaysia moots a novel idea in fight against corruption.
'However, that is him at the workplace... what he does apart from his job, I do not know'.
In world history, when governments are unable to police themselves, citizens have repeatedly stepped up to hold them accountable. This involves personal risk and political risk that other oppositionists will take unfair advantage of. But passivity in the face of corruption and injustice usually persuades people to intervene for the sake of their society and their children.