A new anti-graft NGO in Sabah says a defeated candidate at the Warisan party elections has posted a claim of money politics on his Facebook page, as well as photos as ‘evidence’.
So far a total of 22 people have been arrested including 12 organisers.
Both giver and receiver should be held accountable for bribes.
Nur Bekri was the regional government's chairman for seven years until 2014.
MACC says the 38-year-old man will be charged under Section 420 of the Penal Code at the Shah Alam Sessions Court.
Gan Chee Liang, who pleaded not guilty, was slapped with eight similar charges yesterday.
The 50-year-old suspect was nabbed at a restaurant in Kajang yesterday.
This comes three days after Noor Ehsanuddin Mohd Harun Narrashid pleaded not guilty to two charges of receiving bribes worth over RM230,000.
Sources claim former lawmaker allegedly used his position to propose and approve the appointment of a printing company to publish a newsletter in a contract worth RM13 million.
Riyadh has summoned 381 people, some as witnesses, under the campaign launched in Nov 2017.
MACC deputy chief commissioner (operations) Azam Baki says the agency does not issue letters to offer to close any purported cases.
Mohamad Hasan and Abdul Hadi Awang say they support the government's latest initiative to fight graft.
The plan targets six sectors with a slew of measures to fight coruption in the civil service.
The prime minister says people feel free to report corruption under the new government.
This follows the arrest of Tourism Malaysia ex-chairman Siew Ka Wai.
The Putrajaya MP also surrendered his passport back to the court.
Cai Xiyou pleaded guilty to the charges and said he would not appeal.
Sharif has been prime minister three times but power has been a rough ride.
China is stepping up efforts to fight corruption in the securities market as part of a campaign to reduce financial risks following a number of irregularities.
MACC offers to train Pakistani officers on anti-corruption measures.
The prime minister says there are thousands of graft cases from the previous administration but the authorities can only focus on the big cases.
Opponents have complained about what they see as special treatment for a politically influential family that has done no jail time.
His son, businessman Ahmad Zukhairi, was sentenced to five years’ jail and fined RM9.6 million, in default 10 years jail.
The government's anti-graft watchdog said National Energy Administration Director Nur Bekri was being probed on suspicion of breaking the law and violating party discipline, the usual euphemism for graft.