Questions over the Cooking Oil Case
Monday, 25 April 2022
AGO’s investigation into the approval for crude palm oil experts leads to a number of questions being asked. It relies on general articles and vague interpretation in the Anti-Corruption Law.
THE Attorney General’s Office (AGO) should publish all the details of the case involving the illegal granting of exports for crude palm oil (CPO). If not, the law enforcement process against a high rank official from the ministry of trade and executives in three palm oil companies involved could well be interpreted as a move by the government to find scapegoat for the shortages of cooking oil.
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