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TI: Absence of answers on RM2.6b fuels suspicion, mistrust

Nigel Aw

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Modified 4 Sep 2015, 3:35 pm
In the absence of answers and an independent investigation, "suspicion of corruption, mistrust and appearance of being above the law will prevail", said Transparency International managing director Cobus De Swardt.

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