Malaysian ex-PM Najib sentenced to 12 years jail, fined for abuse of energy


Kuala Lumpur, July 28

A Malaysian court docket on Tuesday sentenced Malaysia’s former Prime Minister Najib Razak to 12 years in jail and fined him 210 million ringgit ($49.40 million) for abuse of energy linked to a multi-billion greenback monetary scandal at state fund 1MDB.

The court docket additionally sentenced him to 10 years in jail on every of three expenses of legal breach of belief and three expenses of cash laundering for illegally receiving almost $10 million from former 1Malaysia Development Berhad unit SRC International.

High court docket decide Mohamad Nazlan Mohamad Ghazali ordered that the jail phrases ought to run concurrently. Reuters

 



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