Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission chief commissioner Latheefa Koya has resigned, saying she wanted to return to her work as a human-rights activist. Photo: Reuters Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission chief commissioner Latheefa Koya has resigned, saying she wanted to return to her work as a human-rights activist. Photo: Reuters
Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission chief commissioner Latheefa Koya has resigned, saying she wanted to return to her work as a human-rights activist. Photo: Reuters
Malaysia

Malaysia’s anti-corruption chief resigns, says new PM ‘fully supportive’ of ongoing 1MDB action

  • Latheefa Koya was appointed by ex-leader Mahathir Mohamad’s government
  • Her resignation comes days after new Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin took office, with Attorney General Tommy Thomas also resigning last week.

Topic |   Malaysia
Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission chief commissioner Latheefa Koya has resigned, saying she wanted to return to her work as a human-rights activist. Photo: Reuters Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission chief commissioner Latheefa Koya has resigned, saying she wanted to return to her work as a human-rights activist. Photo: Reuters
Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission chief commissioner Latheefa Koya has resigned, saying she wanted to return to her work as a human-rights activist. Photo: Reuters
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