Give MACC Time to Prove its Track Record
by JEONG CHUN PHUOC
(KUALA LUMPUR,MALAYSIA )
"Give MACC Time to Prove its Track Record"
Jeong Chun phuoc, 15 Dec 2011
I refer to the article above "MACC: Biting the Political Neutrality Bullet", by Lim Teck Ghee and others who shared his views.
I believe that “Rome was not built in a day" and hence, we must be constructive not destructive. As Stage One of the MACC Implementation process, there are bound to be hiccups. These, of course requires time and constructive criticism iron out unintended consequences-especially from a Legal and Compliance Perspective.
I believe that Malaysia will improve its Transparency Performance under the various Transformation Program and Initiatives. All political parties must work together to ensure holistic transformation in all critical areas, and particularly so, in the area of Environmental Transparency Transformation Blueprint.
Jeong Chun Phuoc
Expert Consultant at a major law firm in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, and a Lecturer-in-Law
and a pioneer advocate in Competitive Legal Intelligence(CLI)
and a Reader in Syariah Competitive Legal Intelligence(sCLI)
He can be reached at Jeongphu@yahoo.com
**The above professional analysis is the writer's personal view and in no way represent the view/position of the research institutes /thinktanks /organisations to which he is currently attached to.
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