MACC to rank ministries at 'high risk' for graft, abuse of power

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The MACC is set to unveil a ranking system for ministries deemed to be at "high risk" for corruption and abuse of power.

MACC chief commissioner Dzulkifli Ahmad said the public ranking system involving a list of the Top 10 most "high risk" ministries, as well as Top 5 "least problematic" ministries, will be released by the end of this year.

"In the first stage, we will rank the ministries.

"And then we will expand the list to include other agencies," Dzulkifli told a press conference in Putrajaya after witnessing the Plantation Industries and Commodities Ministry's (MPIC) MACC Anti-Corruption pledge signing ceremony...

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