Malaysia: Malaysia’s anti-corruption commission nets largest haul yet of S$17.1m

Author(s): UNK | Date: October 6, 2016 | Language: English
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The Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) announced the success of their latest and biggest haul ever ― RM52 million (S$17.1 million) in cash plus other forms of valuables, confiscated from two Sabahan utility department officials ― one the director and the other his deputy who were allegedly abusing their position to award contracts to their family members.
Few people would have seen that much cash in their lifetime. There were stacks of RM100, RM50 and RM20 bills, laid out on several surfaces around the room, still sealed in plastic, packed in boxes.
There were at least five one-foot deep cardboard boxes, covering a three-metre long table, thrown into leather bags, and just strewn about in general.

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