Despite the problems of facing the country especially the prime Minister Najib who has been accused of corruption, Malaysians have once again shown the world that they have a sense of humour.
The latest being the deputy commissioner of the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC).
Datuk Mustafar Ali said many countries, including developed nations, look up to Malaysia’s anti-corruption model as “best practices”.
“For example, Malaysia has 14 special courts for corruption, and this has been used as a model by other countries.
“With many dedicated courts on corruption, prosecution cases can be attended to quickly. As some say, justice delayed is justice denied, so we are able to prevent this.
“Also, there’s our ‘name-and-shame’ database, where we upload the names of those who have been convicted of corruption to deter others.”
We will leave you at that as we snicker in the corner.