Corruption as a cultural problem

Are Malaysians generally tolerant of corruption, accepting it as an inevitable practice and part of our culture?

Learn more about the impact of public perception, information and reactions to corruption.

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Khoo Soo Hay
Khoo Soo Hay
27 Jul 2023 9.03am

The Chinese [allegedly] are the worst when stopped … for infringing traffic laws, a ten dollar note [allegedly] would get him off his transgression of the law. The recipient quietly accepts the “gift”, as expected.