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Putrajaya still seen as corrupt, as people sceptical of government’s anti-graft efforts BY ELIZABETH ZACHARIAH APRIL 29, 2014 Most Malaysians are sceptical of Putrajaya’s efforts to eradicate corruption and practise integrity despite its efforts to pursue such an agenda, an analyst told a forum today. Institute for Democracy and Economic Affairs (IDEAS) chief executive officer Wan Saiful Wan Jan (pic) said most people were convinced that corruption and abuse of power were still a critical issue in Malaysia despite the government’s initiatives to work on them. “Corruption is still an issue. So, despite the government’s initiatives, people still feel the country is corrupt. “There is great scepticism of how serious the government is in pursuing this,” he said at a forum on integrity at the Malaysian Institute of Integrity in Kuala Lumpur. He said the high level of scepticism...

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