Power and Corruption within Malaysia’s Leadership
How they get away with it
By: Murray Hunter
Former Attorney General Tommy Thomas in his recent book, “My Story: Justice in the Wilderness,” suggested that big-time corruption in the Malaysian polity sprang up during the Tun Abdul Razak era – 1970-1976 – that a secret or covert space in government appeared, out of sight of any scrutiny.
This is real power, where greed and self-int…
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