Malaysia looks to China to tackle prostitution, corruption and gambling
Home Minister Datuk Seri Ahmad Zahid Hamidi says the ministry and the police will send their officers to China to learn in detail the success of the police there.
PUTRAJAYA, Nov 22, 2014:
The Home Ministry is keen to learn from the success of the Chinese police in tackling four aspects of law enforcement — modern policing, online gambling, corruption and prostitution.
Minister Datuk Seri Ahmad Zahid Hamidi said the ministry and the police would send their officers to China to learn in detail the success of the police there.
Commenting on the success of the Ministry of Public Security and the Chinese police in curbing online gambling, Ahmad Zahid said they could curtail these activities successfully although there was no online gambling server in China.
“The servers are not available in Malaysia nor in China, but are available in other countries, which makes it difficult to curtail.
“However, the Chinese police have managed to handle the problem well,” he said after visiting the exhibition in conjunction with the 60th anniversary of the Film Censorship Board (LPF) in Alamanda here today.
Ahmad Zahid added that the ministry would study several methods used in China.
On cooperation to tackle corruption, Ahmad Zahid said corruption, which was previously rampant and obvious among enforcement officers, including the police in China, had successfully been resolved.
“This success is being studied to strengthen the police’s integrity department to curtail corruption and strengthen integrity.”
Read more: http://www.therakyatpost.com/news/2014/11/22/malaysia-looks-china-tackle-prostitution-corruption-gambling/#ixzz3JpiEWxzf