.NajibRazak bids to quash prisons dept’s refusal to let him attend Dewan Rakyat
Former prime minister Najib Razak has filed a bid in the High Court to commence judicial review proceedings against the government for refusing to let him attend Dewan Rakyat sittings
PETALING JAYA:.Adib Rawi Yahya/theSun PETALING JAYA : R.: The High Court here today was told that Datuk Seri Najib Abdul Razak (pix) had never made any cash withdrawals from his personal bank accounts, although billions of ringgit were deposited into his accounts.Kuala Lumpur:.
He wants the court to set aside the prisons department’s decision disallowing him from attending proceedings in the lower house of Parliament.Najib is also seeking to revoke the prisons department’s decision barring him from accessing his officers for purposes of parliamentary, legislative and constituency work.N.ADVERTISEMENT Besides the prisons department, Najib’s suit also named the home minister and government as co-respondents.The 37th prosecution witness said this when cross-examined by Najib’s lead counsel, Tan Sri Muhammad Shafee Abdullah at the former premier’s corruption and money laundering trial involving RM2.Earlier this week, the former prime minister’s lawyer Shafee Abdullah said the prisons department had refused to let Najib attend the current Dewan Rakyat session which was from Oct 3 to Nov 29.The lawmaker posed the question to Dewan Rakyat Deputy Speaker Datuk Mohd Rashid Hasnon, The Malaysian Insight reports.Dewan Rakyat Speaker Azhar Harun had previously said that Najib remained Pekan MP since a petition seeking royal pardon for his conviction in the SRC International case was pending before the Yang di-Pertuan Agong.Sri Ram said the defence brought up four “purported” letters from an individual known as Prince Saud Abdulaziz Al-Saud at yesterday’s press conference, which they say proved the purported Arab donation which Najib claimed to have received.
The former prime minister is currently serving a 12-year jail sentence after his conviction in that case was upheld by the Federal Court in August.“He has been allowed to seek medical treatment at the Cheras Rehabilitation Hospital.Najib, 69, is facing four charges of using his position to obtain bribes amounting to RM2.ADVERTISEMENT Azhar said the enforcement of Najib’s disqualification as an MP would only begin if his petition was denied.The speaker also said he did not have the authority to decide whether Najib could attend proceedings in the Dewan Rakyat, and that it was solely up to the prisons department to decide on the matter as Najib was in their custody.Rashid said he could not answer Rayer’s questions immediately but urged him to write to the speaker’s office (Tan Sri Azhar Azizan Harun).Justice Ahmad Kamal Md Shahid is scheduled to hear Najib’s leave application to commence the legal challenge on Oct 12.-Bernama.* Follow us on Instagram and join our Telegram and/or WhatsApp channel(s) for the latest news you don't want to miss.The media statement does not touch on his findings,” Wan Aizuddin said.
ADVERTISEMENT * Do you have access to the Daily Express e-paper and online exclusive news? Check out subscription plans available..
MP wants to know if Najib still paid MP allowanceOn Monday, the speaker said that Pekan will be allowed to attend parliament but there was no answer on whether he is still being given an allowance as an MP. TheSun thesundaily news Local najib prison
Najib never made cash withdrawal despite billions of ringgit deposited into his accounts: BankerNajib, 69, is facing four charges of using his position to obtain bribes amounting to RM2.3 billion belonging to 1MDB and 21 charges of money laundering involving the same amount. theSun thesundaily Najib 1MDB AmBank bribes moneylaundering Fire is money Common senselah. Who carry cash in millions or billions. Maybe Mohd Taip dulu itu. But Najib kept millions of cash in his apartment at Pavillion. Even he asked his brother, Nazir to distribute the money via bank transfer to UMNO branches to get their supports.
Prosecution tells Najib to stop comments on 1MDB case | Daily Express Online - Sabah's Leading News PortalThe prosecution in Najib Razak’s 1MDB trial has complained to the High Court that the former prime minister and his legal team were making comments in the media about the ongoing case
COMMENT | Najib makes a mockery of our prison systemYesterday, Najib upped the ante through his legal team. don’t be surprise if crime escalates in Malaysia as our prison is no longer a detention centre but a recreation site! A mockery to Malaysia and its laws & fairness . Who will have confidence to invest in Malaysia if there’s double stds for politicians & well connected folks ? Najib makes a mockery of WHOLE MALAYSIA!
Najib masih terima elaun ahli Parlimen lagikah, soal Rayer | The Malaysian InsightAhli Parlimen Jelutong juga bertanya jika Najib yang kini dipenjarakan diberi kelebihan dapatkan rawatan di hospital.