PUTRAJAYA, Jan 3 (Bernama) -- The Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) views seriously misappropriation, abuse of power as well as breach of trust of government and public funds by private companies.
In a statement today, MACC said the commission would continue to ensure the funds the stipulated target groups.
"The MACC will ensure those involved in corruption, misappropriation, abuse of power and criminal breach of trust will be investigated and brought to justice," he said.
As such, it urged the public with information on corruption to report it to the commission so that action could be taken against those involved.
Yesterday, a former secretary at the Melaka Industrial Skills Development Centre (MISDC), Zamrud Mansor, 77, was charged at the Melaka Sessions Court with committing criminal breach of trust by depositing RM4.3 million into a bank account belonging to MISDEC Resources Sdn Bhd and making payments of RM280,000 to seven supply companies for various purposes.....