PUTRAJAYA: The Mandarin version of the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) official portal was not newly created but recently reactivated following a few improvements, says the anti-graft body.
MACC deputy chief commissioner (prevention) Datuk Seri Shamshun Baharin Mohd Jamil said that the version had been in existence since 2015 but was temporarily shut down in 2018.
It was recently activated again with new updates and improvements to ensure that the anti-corruption message can be disseminated to the wider society in the country.
“The Mandarin version before this was not updated and it was shut down in 2018.
“Now we are activating it again because we have officers to manage that. A Tamil version might also be launched if there is enough allocation,” he said on Monday (Sept 21) following the reaction towards its Mandarin portal.
Shamshun Baharin also said that MACC viewed Malay as the main language in its official portal,