Developer Tan Eng Boon pleads guilty to amended charge of abetting in giving bribe to former FT minister.
Rohaizat Ahmad will be charged with abusing his position for gratification.
Vandemoer is the first sentence in relation to the scandal, and 22 people have pleaded guilty.
The US Justice Department says, to win influence, the fugitive financier gave RM89 million to a musician friend and that some of this money ended up as campaign donations for former president Barack Obama’s re-election bid.
John Kapoor was found guilty of criminal conspiracy, along with four other former executives of the Arizona-based firm.
The Barisan Nasional’s Rantau by-election candidate says he told those who receive calls promising RM50 if they would vote for him to lodge a police report.
He will be in remand until Friday for investigations under Section 16 of the MACC Act.
He is charged with accepting the money as an inducement to dispose of a drug case under Section 39B of the Dangerous Drugs Act.
Hadi Awang’s withdrawal of the suit against Sarawak Report editor Clare Rewcastle-Brown raises a lot of questions and will serve as fodder in the coming Semenyih by-election.
MACC deputy chief commissioner (operations) Azam Baki says the agency does not issue letters to offer to close any purported cases.
The prosecution, which had earlier applied to transfer the case to the High Court, withdrew the application at the Sessions Court today.
The Mexican drug kingpin was extradited to the US in 2017 to face charges of trafficking cocaine, heroin and other drugs into the country as leader of the Sinaloa Cartel.
The Sessions Court found Zailan Jauhri guilty of taking a RM80,000 bribe for school cleaning tenders, four years ago.
His son, businessman Ahmad Zukhairi, was sentenced to five years’ jail and fined RM9.6 million, in default 10 years jail.
Besides David Shimron, police said the former chief of Netanyahu's office, David Sharan, is also suspected of bribery, as is the former head of the navy, Eliezer Marom.
Jali Gayang said RM500 each was given to village chiefs to compensate their travel expenses and daily spending as they had to travel long distances to meet BN candidates.
Cameron Highlands MP C Sivarraajh tells Election Court that he did not carry bags containing cash to hand out to Orang Asli voters during his campaign as claimed.
Juan Ángel Napout was sentenced after being convicted of getting US$3.4 million in bribes and soliciting almost US$25 million.
The former prime minister takes Dr Mahathir to task for suggesting that the previous government had demanded shares in Chinese firms.
M Manogaran, who lost the seat by 597 votes, has filed a petition claiming massive vote buying during GE14.
It comes after Indian authorities questioned the former boss of AirAsia India in an ongoing investigation into the budget airline.
STAR president Jeffrey Kitingan is interviewed for four hours before being allowed to leave the MACC office, after his house was raided the night before.
The Penang CM shows a picture of a Datuk Seri, who is being probed by MACC, with a media group boss, after a picture of Lim with the same Datuk Seri was spread on social media.
It's a spin by the BN media, says the Penang CM’s office.