MACC chief should be apolitical, insists select committee chair

<p>THE new&nbsp;Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) chief&nbsp;should not be someone from political circles as it could compromise the agency, said the chair of a parliamentary select committee, William Leong.</p> <p>“The neutrality of the MACC chief is very important. Given the circumstances, the anti-corruption agency will invariably investigate reports related to politicians from both sides.&nbsp;</p>

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