Najib Challenges Prisons Dept Decision To Bar Him From Attending Dewan Rakyat Sessions | TRP

6/10/2022 6:55:00 AM

He named three parties as respondents in his lawsuit; the government, Home Affairs Ministry and Prison Commissioner General.

He named three parties as respondents in his lawsuit; the government, Home Affairs Ministry and Prison Commissioner General.

Najib’s judicial review has been fixed for case management before High Court Judge Datuk Ahmad Kamal Md Shahid on 12 October.

Subscribe to our Telegram channel for the latest stories and updates.for the latest news you need to know.Kuala Lumpur:.: 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.

Jailed former premier Datuk Seri Najib Razak has filed a judicial review to challenge the Prisons Department’s decision not to allow him to attend the Dewan Rakyat sitting.According to Bernama, the application was filed at the High Court yesterday through Messrs Shafee & Co.The Reserve Bank of New Zealand stayed true to its course of the past 18 months, unveiling another 50 basis point increase in its key rate to 3.Three parties have been named as the respondents; the government, Home Affairs Ministry and the Prison Commissioner General.ADVERTISEMENT “With respect, the accused must conduct his trial in the court, not in public.In his application, Najib – who retains his Pekan MP status despite currently serving a 12-year prison sentence – seeks to turn the decision of the Prison Commissioner General in barring him access to his aides for the purposes of parliamentary, legislative and constituent work.The move came as its counterparts in the United States, Europe and elsewhere ramp up rates to curtail decades-high inflation, fuelling concerns they could trigger a prolonged global downturn.He also challenged the decision not to allow him to attend the Dewan Rakyat sitting.Prior to this, Uma Devi told the court that Najib had issued cheques for RM2,494,000 to various parties, namely Semarak Konsortium Satu Sdn Bhd (RM494,900), Yayasan Rahah (RM1 million), ORB Solutions Sdn Bhd (RM450,000), Mashi Publication Sdn Bhd (RM30,000) and Transformasi Kreatif (RM520,000).

Apart from that, Najib is also seeking a declaration that he is entitled to have reasonable access to his aides regarding parliamentary, legislative and constituent work, as well as a mandamus order for the prisons department to take all steps necessary to allow him the access to his aides for those purposes.3 per cent rate, which is already a 32-year high.“The letters have been produced in the SRC International trial,” he said, adding that the trial and appellate courts in that case had rejected Najib’s Arab donation defence.Najib said the decision not to allow him to attend the Dewan Rakyat sitting was conveyed to him at the Kajang Prison Office on 28 September.He appealed against the decision to the Home Affairs Ministry on 30 September.A rise in tax revenue and slower growth in spending resulted in a deficit of NZ$9.Najib said he filed the legal action due to the lack of response from the Ministry regarding his appeal.ADVERTISEMENT “However, I want to object to the prosecution’s bringing up of Justice Nazlan’s judgment (in the SRC International case).The former prime minister said that, as the Pekan MP, he has a constitutional obligation to discharge his duties in accordance with Article 59 of the Federal Constitution.― AFP Advertisement.

“A denial of that right by the respondents in refusing me the ability to administer my constituency is in effect a denial of the wellbeing of the constituency of Pekan,” Najib stated in his affidavit.The judicial review has been fixed for case management before High Court Judge Datuk Ahmad Kamal Md Shahid on 12 October.Trial judge Collin Lawrence Sequerah said he will hear from Shafee on the matter tomorrow.Najib, the first former prime minister to serve time behind bars, was sent to prison for 12 years after he was found guilty of misappropriating RM42 million belonging to SRC International Sdn Bhd, a former subsidiary of 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB).He was also fined RM210 million.Despite his incarceration, the former UMNO president retains his Pekan MP status after applying for a royal pardon and a judicial review of the Federal Court’s decision to reaffirm his prison sentence and fine.The former prime minister was present in court today.

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