CPI, What?

“We do not need other people to tell us of the situation in our own country,” he said.

“We can assume that since the index is based on perception, it therefore differs from the reality.”

That’s the response given by the PM of Malaysia on the 2006 Corruption Perception Index (CPI) of Transparency International, Malaysia dropped 5 more places to 44th among 163 countries when the index was released early this week.

Abdullah also questioned whether the study is valid, or if it truly reflects the reality in Malaysia. This come from the leader of the goverment who can’t even explain to the public on the methodology & data used by the goverment to calculate ethnic equity ownership.

So folks,if you believe the PM, then corruption in Malaysia is not really that bad. Don’t believe the foreigners, we don’t need to listen to them, they’re wrong, semuanya OK.


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