A call came in this afternoon from MACC Kuching to request information collected by MEO-Net on frauds in the 10th Sarawak state elections. The male voice said that they saw the news in Nanyang Siang Pao and wanted me to lodge a report officially in Kuching. I suppose this guy does not know that I had been barred to enter Sarawak. I told him that the current regulations on lodging report amount to volunteering to shut up on the corruption-something which is uncomparable to making police reports. The guy did not counter my complaint-which I told him we had raised with MACC Putrajaya and Kuching officers before. He ended by saying that he will send his Kuching office address to me by email so I can forward the evidences to him. He also said he will call me more to clarify the points in the evidences. What to make of this `interests’ from the federally run MACC, after Taib kicked me out in the middle of my post-election fact finding mission in Sarawak?
So I await his email. I’ll blog about the investigation so that there will be the situation where the complainant and the public are kept waiting for the progress reports on the corruption investigations. Make it a first if it has to be. Taib may be watching from somewhere too, who knows.