The littoral combat ships deal resurfaces with a call for accountability

Parliament's Public Accounts Committee report on the littoral combat ships procurement scandal

Transparency International Malaysia has called on Prime Minister Anwar Ibrahim’s administration to hold those involved in the littoral combat ships project accountable, following the government forming a new deal with Boustead Naval Shipyard to resume it.

BFM talks to Transparency International Malaysia president Dr Muhammad Mohan to find out what it would take to bring about this accountability. Is it possible for corruption to be be completely eradicated?

Produced by: Kelly Anissa and Sharaad Kuttan
Presented by: Lee Chwi Lynn, Sharmilla Ganesan and Sharaad Kuttan

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