Clipping Sabah state leaders’ power

13 Dec 2012 | 290 views
It is said that power tends to corrupt, and absolute power corrupts absolutely. It is almost an absolute prerogative that the Sabah Chief Minister can hold multiple government offices so much so that observers see it as an hindrance to transparency and good governance.

In this interview, Christina Liew of opposition party, PKR stresses the importance to put in place check-and-balances in the power of state leaders.


By Marcel Simok, Video Journalist (Borneo)