N. Sembilan takes pledge to become corruption-free state


SEREMBAN: Negri Sembilan has pledged that it will become a corruption-free state, committed to serving the very best services to the people.

The state signed its corruption-free pledge yesterday, as espoused by the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC), making it the fourth state in the country to make such a move.

The three other states are Sarawak, Kedah and Malacca.

Negri Sembilan Menteri Besar Datuk Seri Mohamad Hasan said they are committed to ensuring that the state machinery at all levels is clean, in order to win the people's confidence and support.

"Rest assured, I will personally make sure that Negri Sembilan is clean and the corruption-free pledge will be at the core of our policies at all levels of the administration, from the very top, down to the very bottom," Mohamad told reporters here after signing the pledge, and making the vow together with his executive committee team members.

Mohamad said prior to this, numerous agencies and departments in the state had made similar pledges, but this is the first time that the apex of the state's administration is making the pledge to be corruption-free.


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