To ensure that integrity messages are translated into Sarawak’s daily activities, the state government will continue to work with the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC).
Minister in the Chief Minister’s Department (Integrity and Ombudsnan) Datuk Talib Zulpilip said the collaboration will include organizing various programs next year.
According to him, the program with the MACC is targeting a small town in Sarawak as an effort to reach out to local communities and communities.
In his winding up speech during the Sarawak State Assembly Sitting today, he said this program will involve all community leaders, heads and village development and safety committees (JKKKs) in all divisions in Sarawak.
In fact, he said it would seriously focus on complaints, especially involving misconduct and integrity.
The implementation mechanism will be scrutinized and refined to ensure transparency and freedom of the matter.
He added, one of the channels used by the people to communicate complaints, valuations, inquiries, service requests and proposals is TALIKHIDMAT.
As of November 2017, he explained that as many as 26,746 responses were received.
He explained, of these, 90.23 per cent of the respondents have been resolved involving 24,134 respondents.