Tag: corruption trial
The judge says the date, time and monetary transactions are identical in both cases.
Farahdzilah Abd Kadir tells the High Court that Umno leaders handle funds related to politics, not employees like her.
Former AmBank relationship manager Joanna Yu Ging Ping says the businessman dangled salaries of up to RM60,000 which were refused.
This would have meant that any cheque issued by the former prime minister would have been dishonoured.
High Court judge allows Najib Razak, who turns 66 today, to get bank documents in preparation for his defence and for his lawyers to cross-examine a prosecution witness on her unsworn statement.
Official involved in approving loan says money was given for venturing into natural resources sector but there is no project to show for it and that he doesn’t know what happened to the money.
The judge says while Najib Razak is an MP, he also faces multiple charges in court.
Her lawyer says the defence will not proceed with the appeal following the High Court decision that she will have separate trials for the corruption and money laundering trials next year.
Ihsan Perdana managing director Shamsul Anwar Sulaiman says the former prime minister was 'shocked' and 'upset'.
Cristina Kirchner is accused of favouring a businessman friend, Lazaro Baez, for lucrative road construction contracts.
KWAP's investment panel approved RM2 billion as its chairman informed members present that Najib wanted SRC's application expedited.
The prosecution says if the case begins at the High Court, the appeal can be heard until the Federal Court.
Rosmah's lawyer Akberdin Abdul Kader confirms the defence has received all the documents and is studying them.
The Penang chief minister's lawyers made the application as he will be busy with the general election.
Man who protested against Guan Eng and his government grilled by defence counsel on the first day of the corruption trial.
However, members of the press express dissatisfaction over confusion as to who is allowed to enter the courtroom to cover the case.
BNSC director says Penang CM’s attempt to have a clause in MACC Act declared unconstitutional caused his corruption trial to be delayed.
Sixty witnesses to take the stand in Penang Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng and businesswoman Phang Li Koon's trial which is set to start on March 27.