KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 17 – Galen Centre for Health and Social Policy CEO Azrul Mohd Khalib has been appointed to the board of anti-corruption group, the Centre to Combat Corruption & Cronyism (C4).
C4, which is an independent non-profit and non-partisan policy advocacy group headed by human rights advocate Cynthia Gabriel, has worked on issues like corruption, public procurement, asset declaration, freedom of information, and local governance.
“Looking forward to supporting C4’s reform agenda of upholding the principles of transparency, accountability and good governance, as well as rebuilding and strengthening trust in our public institutions, particularly in the health sector.
“The fight against corruption must continue to be everybody’s business,” said Azrul.
Together with Azrul, Cynthia, former Suhakam commissioner Simon Sipaun, Universiti Malaya professor Terence Gomez, and former Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) deputy chief commissioner Sutinah Sutan are on C4’s board of directors.