The Subang MP also points out that he is not the object of the investigations.
It is not clear who the MP in question is.
Ten witnesses have left the country, Dzulkifli Ahmad says.
'Datuk' remanded for an extra three days, along with three others, following MACC request.
The man is held after he came to MACC office in Putrajaya to have his statements recorded.
MACC detains four individuals suspected of misappropriating almost RM40 million.
The four allegedly misappropriated RM40 mil allocated by the gov't to carry out skills training programmes for the unemployed.
'This campaign has been well-received by the community,' says MACC state deputy director.
UPDATED 1.10PM | ‘Many people I met said... the level of corruption has decreased,’ chief commissioner says.
Chief commissioner Dzulkifli vows that the identities of informants will be protected.
UPDATED 4.27PM | The Commission will also launch its new headquarters in Putrajaya on Oct 1.
Cash incentive to match value of bribes above RM500, says Sabah graft-buster chief.
UPDATED 4.20PM | MB says the state is ready to attract more foreign investments based on accountability, transparency.
Commission says the matter has been referred to the AG for further action.
MACC taken to task for summoning S'gor MB's aide for 'irrelevant' questioning over Unisel raid.
Deputy chief commissioner Azam Baki is reported suggesting giving out rice is genuine aid, and as such not illegal.
Suspect arrested at the Tawau MACC office at 4.15pm yesterday.
His messages are a break from his predecessors who were not known to release festive day messages.
'MACC has not called off the case,' says Paul Low.
On Phee’s arrest being described as ‘illegal’.
However, the rise in such scandals does not indicate growing trend in corruption, adds Paul Low.
MACC sources say state SUK office helping to locate relevant documents.
UPDATED 5.56PM | Azmin's strategic communications director believes the report was filed by Kelana Jaya Umno Youth.
MACC says will consider legal action after CM failed to apologise before the 48-hour deadline.
MP SPEAKS | 'Dzukifli should reflect on Lord Acton’s axiom in his public ultimatum to Guan Eng'.
The Penang CM could face civil or criminal action, says MACC chief commissioner Dzulkifli Ahmad.
If the chief minister fails to do so, the commission says it will take action against him.
Those who flout the rules can be fined or even jailed, says MACC chief.
The four, including an Inspector, were purportedly involved in collecting 'protection payment' from a loan shark.
Dzulkifli Ahmad also says the high profile arrests by his agency has made his officers 'celebrities' and 'in high demand'.