He said the PSC wanted to hear from Latheefa on how she intended to discharge her duties as MACC chief in light of her past political affiliations and lacking any investigative experience in graft-busting. Leong added that the PSC wanted to Latheefa to brief them on her vision and mission to combat corruption in the country. Leong clarified that the PSC was not questioning Latheefa's appointment as the hearing would only focus on her function and responsibilities as the new MACC chief. Latheefa's appointment, announced on June 4, came as a surprise to many. She replaced Datuk Seri Mohd Shukri Abdull, who quit before his tenure was to have ended in 2020.
Source: The Star June 13, 2019 06:22 UTC