Of late, many political observers have expressed alarm about how deep the “rot” has seeped into many aspects of Malaysian life, including the country’s institutions of governance.
The latest alarm bell is the drop of five places to 62nd out of 180 countries in Transparency International’s perceptions ranking of the cleanest nations based on their corruption perceptions index scores.
This rot did not take place overnight. It is something that has been growing over the years – no, decades. Full article on Aliran website