Workers nationwide should work in unison to ensure Malaysia is free from the elements of corruption and abuse of power, says Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) Chief Commissioner Dzulkifli Ahmad.
He said as vital resources which contributed to the development and progress of the people and country, workers should ensure that the salary they earned were not from ill-gotten gains or through unlawful and unethical practices such as bribery and abuse of power.
In conjunction with the 2017 Labour Day tomorrow, he urged the workers to continue to stand firm by the MACC in rising against the evils of corruption and abuse of power which hindered the country’s development and progress.
“Corruption and abuse of power oppress the people. As such, we must work together towards building a culture which opposes corruption and abuse of power among workers, to build a better Malaysia,” Dzulkifli said in a statement today.
He said the MACC also called on all workers to support the agency in urging the government to declare corruption and abuse of power as the nation’s number one enemy. –Bernama