30 JULY 2012 -
Associated Chinese Chambers of Commerce and Industry of Malaysia (ACCCIM) President Datuk Lim Kok Cheong said the task of anti-graft should not be shouldered solely by the administrator, but instead, should be made a national movement.
He told Nanyang Siang Pau that corruption is not only the problem of the government as one hand can’t clap, adding that we should mobilize the society as a whole to launch war against the menace of corruption.
He stressed that we should have consistent desire to tackle corruption, the No. 1 enemy of the country, as it could derail our development and affect the inflow of foreign investment.
He said the rakyat and businesses should be bold enough to reject bribery as well as to reveal attempts to extort bribes while the government beefs up its civil service and the transparency of tender.