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Malaysia's 1MDB Scandal: PM Najib 'admitted' to funds flow, claims ex-DPM Muhyiddin

Shannon Teoh Malaysia Correspondent In Kuala Lumpur
Straits Times

Former Malaysian DPM Muhyiddin Yassin addressing the media yesterday in Kuala Lumpur. A video clip with poor audio surfaced yesterday of him speaking to several guests, claiming that PM Najib Razak had admitted that funds linked to 1MDB were deposited into the Premier’s account. 617 more words

Datuk Seri Najib Bank Account Conspiracy Issues, Latest Evidence from Malaysia Ex Deputy Prime Minister

Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin Barisan Nasional drop out, after non co-operation with Prime Minister Najib Razak in their political coalition. PM Najib, decided to remove from his cabinet, after weak political relationship between them. 386 more words

Did the AG and PAC committee discovered something?

The changing of the Attorney General and the promotion of 4 Public Accounts Committee to Minister and Deputy Minister yesterday has indeed raised question on the on going investigation on the 1MDB and allegations by WSJ. 104 more words

Local Affairs

A Sad Day.....

By now, the whole country, if not the world, will know that Malaysia has again sack its Deputy Prime Minister. Timing wise, it came two days after the DPM spoke out about 1MDB and PM Najib. 108 more words

General

Malaysia new minister lineup

Malaysia new minister lineup. Effective starting 29th July 2015. I wonder if this so called change will help them survive the next General Election.

Perdana Menteri dan Menteri Kewangan… 230 more words

Malaysia

Malaysia’s prime minister denies wrongdoing in public money for personal gain scandal

The Economist

Najib intends to roll on, not over

WHATEVER the truth of them, the accusations levelled against Najib Razak, Malaysia’s prime minister, have astonished a country that some had thought inured to scandal. 850 more words

Think Malaysians, think!

Think Malaysians, think! Why would the data Justo stole be worth millions and various parties, including PetroSaudi, were willing to pay him if they were not detrimental to some VVIP? 336 more words

Thomas Fann