Wanna report bribes?
Check out this website - http://www.BRIBEline.org
BRIBEline - the Business Registry for International Bribery and Extortion - is an online survey available in 14 languages, including English, Spanish, Arab and Malay. Respondents have to answer 10 multiple-choice questions.
No names are required or collected, and reports made to BRIBEline are anonymous and safe from legal investigations or prosecutions, according to Trace, an anti-bribery organisation that launched the website this month.
An AP report quoted Ms Suzanne Rich Folsom, director of the World Bank's Department of Institutional Integrity, as saying "We believe BRIBEline will be an extremely valuable tool to deter bribery around the globe". BRIBEline would, she said, pressure countries to take remedial action, especially because the reputation of those officials who seek bribes will be at risk.
Now, this is something that should be disseminated as widely as possible.
Let's see if this is picked up by the Msian papers.
Originally Posted by sirgalahad2010
an exercise in futility,an organisation with little power or influence
simple question-whats the purpose or objective of reporting bribery?
obvious answer-punished the perpetrators
in bolehland,will that ever materialises other than the miserable $50 bribe taken by those lowly paid civil servants?
nothing will happened in the forseeable future until malaysia starts exproting domestic worketrs to singapore Hk and thailand
Well, if foreign investors and companies report requests from Msian officials and politicians for bribes.....
Originally Posted by layman
And if Malaysians themselves report incidents of corruption.....
All on a website that promises confidentiality and anonymity. And which is hosted on a server far away from the beady gaze of the MCMC.
Why not? Especially if the people behind the said website disseminate the reported info to the media. Go high enough and these people could get blacklisted internationally. Do you think that officials and politicians "on the take" welcome that kind of "fame"?