Resolving the PKFZ fiasco is a defining moment on what it really takes to uphold good governance and integrity. Upholding integrity means doing what is righteous regardless of the circumstances. There may be threats, pressure and intimidation to do otherwise but upholding integrity requires us to walk the talk, sometimes requiring self-sacrifice. When the going gets tough, many will compromise but Dato Lee Hwa Beng was steadfast in upholding integrity. His leadership as Chairman of the Port Klang Authority dealing with the PKFZ was exemplary. – Datuk Paul Low Seng Kuan, President, Transparency International Malaysia
Dato’ Lee Hwa Beng deserves commendation for his three-year “national service” as Port Klang Authority Chairman after the 2008 general elections to try to pry open the PKFZ scandal to promote a culture of accountability, integrity and good governance. This is the story of his “national service” and Malaysians owe it to his endeavours that we now know more about the PKFZ scandal. – Lim Kit Siang, DAP Parliamentary Leader
A must read – fiduciary duties, corporate governance and integrity are essential tools of directors. Sadly it was ignored by the directors of Port Klang Authority leading to a loss of the rakyat’ billions of ringgit.—Datuk M Rajasingam, Former Independent Director of PKA
This product was added to our catalog on Monday 07 May, 2012.