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What more does MACC want or need from me?

Posted: 23 Dec 2014 01:10 AM PST

If MACC refuses to act on my complaint on the award of the Kapit Jalan Song/Sg. Yong (Pakej B) project to Impian Zaman Sdn Bhd, just tell all Malaysian about its true intent, and stop giving excuses for not taking action on the matter.
I have given the particulars of the project involved, how much over-priced the government is going to pay for the project (at least by RM20 million), the incredibility of a RM1 million capital company undertaking a RM119 million project, the unusual secret conversion of "open tender" to "selected tender".
What more does MACC want or need from me?
Is MACC expecting me to provide them some bank accounts and transactions of the company involved? That would be against the law. If I were to give the bank accounts statements of the company involved, I would be charged under the Personal Data Protection Act, 2010 or Banking and Financial Institutions Act, 1989 (BAFIA).
PKR's Member of Parliament Rafizi is an example. He exposed the infamous cow-condo scandal but at the end, he was charged under the provisions of BAFIA.
I am sure the MACC deputy chief commissioner (operation), Datuk Seri Mohd Shukri knows the provisions of the law which prohibit any person from disclosing or even in possession of another person's bank account information.
It is only the MACC or the Police who has the legal means to access to such information. So, why ask me for these information when the MACC knows full well that it is against the law for me to produce such information.
As such, I am puzzled by the repeated calls by MACC for me to produce further information on the matter.
Is MACC setting a trap for me to step into or is MACC truly serious about investigating on the matter?
I also wish to tell the MACC officer, whatever in my possession, I have already disclosed in the press. There is no additional information. It is for the MACC now to use its statutory power to get more information, if it is minded to investigate the matter. However, it the MACC officer is still minded to visit me in my office, they are most welcome.

Chong Chieng Jen
MP for Bandar Kuching
ADUN Kota Sentosa


Posted: 23 Dec 2014 01:08 AM PST

张健仁今天回应马来西亚反贪委员会副局长Datuk Seri Mohd Shukri时,如是表示。
根据今天报章报道,反贪委员会副局长Datuk Seri Mohd Shukri 要求张健仁提供反贪委员会更多有关该工程的资料。
"这些资料已足够让反贪委员会展开调查。反贪委员会还要我给他们什么资料? 难道要我也提供有关公司的银行户口资料?"
张健仁表示,如果他真的提供给反贪委员会有关该公司的银行户口资料,他本身将是第一个被提控上法庭的。 因为,在《2010年个人资料保护法令》和《1989年银行和金融机构法令》,除非当事人有给予书面批准,其他人不可拥有或向第三者透露有关当事人的任何资料,包括银行户口资料。 公正党国会议员Rafizi就是一个榜样,他暴露牛公寓丑闻,但是,他最终却被政府以《1989年银行和金融机构法令》的条文提控上法庭。
张健仁相信Datuk Seri Mohd Shukri也非常清楚有关法令的条例。只有警方或反贪委员会有法律的权力去调查这家公司银行户口及其他资料。
张氏称,调查的权力在反贪委员会手上,要不要调查也是由反贪委员会决定。 因此,反贪委员会的官员不需继续在报章上惺惺作态,假意向我索取资料。
"我再次强调,我所有的资料,都已在报章上公布了。其他的资料,反贪委员会可以自己去找,我也无可帮忙。 不过,反贪委员会的官员若还是要到我办公室谈有关工程事项,我无任欢迎。"

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