MACC Form Strategic Alliance With China Academy Of Discipline , Inspection & Supervision


BY : Yip Ai Tsin

BEIJING – A simple but meaningful visit on 25 November 2013 by the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) to the China Academy Of Discipline, Inspection & Supervision (CADIS) enabled bridges to be built between both sides.

Led by Deputy Chief Commissioner Dato’ Zakaria Jaffar, the two-day visit to  CADIS included the Malaysia Anti-Corruption Academy Director Dato’ Abdul Wahab Abdul Aziz. The visit serves as an initial foundation of ‘constructing a bridge’ for MACC’s strategic alliance with CADIS. Hopefully it will generate more individuals who will be trained as qualified anti-corruption officers.

MACC Form Strategic Alliance With China Academy Of Discipline , Inspection & Supervision

MACC Form Strategic Alliance With China Academy Of Discipline , Inspection & Supervision

Dato Zakaria, in his discussion, remarked that Malaysia has no doubt about choosing CADIS as collaborative partner based on its excellent track records. CADIS has been well-known for producing world class professional anti-corruption officers and it is also a long standing provider of quality and accommodating experience, as seen in MACA’s previous collaboration with CADIS.

The focal objectives were to produce competent and professional anti-corruption officers of international standing. Considering that Malaysia is the anti-corruption hub for the Asian region, it is in an advantageous position to lure participants from other Asian countries to pursue programs at MACA.

There was also a short visit to China Ministry of Supervision Vice-Minister Hao Minjin’s office. Mr Hao expressed support for this venture as he believed this kind of effort will be beneficial to all. Furthermore, this is also in-line with the government transformation program as well as the MACC Chief Commissioner’s mission to elevate the status of MACC through anti-graft  initiatives abroad.

During the meeting at CADIS campus in Hanjian District Beijing, Dato’ Abdul Wahab was involved in a broad range of discussions to further the international development agenda between both academies. He thanked CADIS Executive Vice-President Wang Yongjun for extending the collaboration.

He added that MACA is looking forward to materialize this initiative. Evidently, this initiative proved that MACA supports technical assistance, knowledge transfer and exchanging of ideas among the international community.

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