The newly appointed commissioner of the Fiji Independent Commission Against Corruption , Mah Weng Kwai of Malaysia, says he will remain the president of the Law Association for Asia and the Pacific.
As well, Mr Kwai has told the Fiji Times he will maintain his law practice in Kuala Lumpur.
He says he did not apply for the job but was offered it and accepted because of concern about allegations of corruption.
Mr Mah says he deems his appointment valid and questions about the validity of the commission would be best dealt with by the courts.
He says there is a need for foreigners to take up the reigns at the anti-corruption commission because they are not connected to local politics.