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Jho Low fights to claim back family mansion seized in 1MDB...

He says the purchase of his family home in Penang predated the 1MDB state fund as his mother, Goh Gaik Ewe, holds a certificate of occupation dated July 2000.

Childish allegations, Tok Mat says on luxury bungalow

The former Negeri Sembilan menteri besar says he will not entertain such claims against him.

Jho Low’s family bungalow in Penang seized

Officers from Bukit Aman's Anti-Money Laundering and Anti-Terrorism Financing Prevention division put up notice at the three-storey property at Tanjung Bungah Park.

Court to hear request to reverse Guan Eng’s acquittal next week

Muhsin Abdul Latheef claims Lim Guan Eng was close to the attorney-general which could be construed as a conflict of interest.

Lawyer questions move to review Guan Eng’s acquittal

Salim Bashir says only the AG can appeal against High Court rulings in a criminal case.

Dr M defends decision to drop charges against Guan Eng

He is one of many opposition leaders under the previous administration who was victimised, says the prime minister.

AG’s credibility at stake over Guan Eng case

The ACG's decision to drop the corruption charges against Lim Guan Eng instead of letting him prove his innocence in court goes against Pakatan Harapan's anti-corruption manifesto.

Charges against Guan Eng dropped due to fresh evidence, says AGC

The Attorney-General’s Chambers also denies that Tommy Thomas had anything to do with the decision to drop the corruption charges against Lim Guan Eng and Phang Li Koon.

Stop hiding behind claims of conspiracy, ex-Bar president tells PH

Zainur Zakaria warns the government against brushing aside criticism on the decision to withdraw graft charges against Lim Guan Eng.

Umno denounces Guan Eng’s acquittal

'Goodbye, rule of law,' says Annuar Musa. 'It stinks to high heaven,' says Khairy Jamaluddin. 'It doesn't make sense,' says Azalina Othman.

Being in shock is not good, ex-AG tells MACC

The statement gives the impression that Tommy Thomas and the anti-graft body were not working together.

It’s the new Malaysia’s ‘black eye’, says Chandra on Guan Eng...

The prominent social critic tells the Attorney-General's Chambers to explain its decision to the public.

AGC, MACC urged to explain ‘suspicious flags’ in Guan Eng’s acquittal

Anti-graft group C4 questions the ease with which Lim Guan Eng was acquitted, even when the prosecution asked for a discharge not amounting to an acquittal.

MACC shocked over decision to drop Guan Eng’s case

The anti-graft agency says it had nothing to do with it as it was the attorney-general's call.

Court drops corruption charge against Guan Eng

Justice Hadhariah Syed Ismail says the right thing to do is to acquit Lim Guan Eng and businesswoman Phang Li Koon as the prosecutors have decided to drop the case altogether.

We can’t withdraw Guan Eng’s graft charges, says MACC

The anti-graft body says it has no power to do so.

AG to withdraw graft charges against Guan Eng?

A source says the AGC will likely withdraw charges against the finance minister for abusing his powers in the purchase of a bungalow.

Representation to AG ‘nothing to do with politics’, says Ramkarpal

The counsel representing former Penang CM Lim Guan Eng in the graft case says if the AG rejects the representation, they have no problem proceeding with the case.

Court adjourns Guan Eng’s graft case pending review

Judge Hadhariah Syed Ismail grants application by counsel Ramkarpal Singh, who will be filing a representation for a review of the case.

One of Najib’s children allowed into Taman Duta home

He arrived in a heavily tinted black Vellfire amid strong police presence.

First things first: Guan Eng must clear graft case against him

Until Lim Guan Eng's court case is cleared, the finance ministry will report directly to Dr Mahathir Mohamad.

High Court adjourns Guan Eng, Phang trial to April 9

Justice Hadhariah Syed Ismail grants application by counsel Gobind Singh Deo, who has to be in Parliament.

Contractor: Guan Eng’s bungalow renovation costs over RM120,000

Chong Eng Tong tells the Penang High Court that he was not aware the house was for the Penang chief minister until the guard post was being built.

Final property value can differ, ex-Citibank officer tells LGE trial

A witness in the chief minister's graft trial says this is because it takes time to finalise the sale.

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