|Thursday, 24 February 2011 19:11|
Tan Sri Robert Phang Miow Sin is a former member of the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission’s (MACC) Consultation and Corruption Prevention Panel (CCPP). He resigned from the post recently amid graft allegations that were leveled at him following his urging for an investigation into alleged corrupt practices in Malaysia Airlines (MAS). Phang, who is also a Justice of Peace, said his decision to pull out from CCPP was to preserve his integrity as well as that of MACC.
In this interview, Phang talks to Malaysian Digest his efforts to clear his name and track down the blogger who had made alleged him of attempting to bribe a ministry’s secretary-general.
Malaysian Digest: Tell us about your current situation.
I think the MACC is already realizing what the public wants the most. MACC is equally very concerned and the A-G, I think, should be very careful. He has a lot of allegations thrown against him too in public domain. In fairness to the A-G he has a challenging job. All in all he has to be tactful and very careful.