PETALING JAYA: The Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) chief commissioner Datuk Seri Abu Kassim Mohamed (pic) reminded companies of their responsibility to report any discrepancies found while carrying out their internal audits. WHAT’S YOUR RESPONSIBILITY? (bold EMPHASIS mine)
He said the Commission has learned that many companies would deal with corporate offences internally rather than filing a report with the authorities. WE DON’T TRUST MACC, THAT’S WHY.
Abu Kassim said reporting a suspicious finding from an audit was a must and not an option. YOU DON’T SAY!
By reporting these cases, he said it would deter others from committing such acts, thus reducing these incidences substantially. COCK TALK.
He also warned employees to be aware of the consequences of retaliating against colleagues who report them for graft. LIKE THROWING THEM OUT OF WINDOW OR TEACH THEM HOW TO STRANGLE THEMSELVES?
They would be charged under the Whistleblower Protection Act 2010. SO FAR HOW MANY?
The Whistleblower Protection Act 2010 was formulated as a key initiative of the GTP’s NKRA to fight corruption. BRING BACK THE BILLIONS, OTHERWISE THIS IS A LAME, IMPOTENT AND MUDDLED INITIATIVE.
YOU JUST MIND YOUR OWN BUSINESS AND WE WILL MIND AND MANAGE OUR OWN.