My Sinchew/ 1MDB

1MDB: Malaysia's extraordinary financial scandal

Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak has been under fire since 2014 over allegations that billions of dollars were looted from state investment fund 1MDB in an audacious campaign of fraud and money-laundering.


In Malaysia's heartland, a call to action over corruption

With yellow flags waving and vuvuzelas blaring, a convoy of two dozen cars snakes into the sleepy Malaysian town of Batu Gajah, breaking the rural calm with warnings of corruption and national decay.


Why is ringgit falling despite China deals?

We simply have too many economic challenges ahead of us, but unfortunately our government gets so much carried away by the flashy economic data that it has overlooked the potential risks and the people's feelings.


Rafizi jailed 18 months for breach of OSA

The Sessions Court rules that Rafizi Ramli is guilty of breaching the OSA for disclosing part of the AG's report on 1MDB.


High Court dismisses bids to challenge AG's ruling not to prosecute Najib

The High Court today dismissed three leave applications for a judicial review to challenge the Attorney-General's decision to close investigations on the transfer of a RM2.6 billion donation and funds from SRC International Sdn Bhd to Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak's account and not to prosecute him over the issue.


Jamal warns of political violence

A Malaysian rightist figure has vowed that his supporters will confront a planned large-scale protest against corruption-tainted Prime Minister Najib Razak this month, warning ominously that "anything can happen, including violence."


Trump's election: Malaysians just as helpless!

Malaysia is not spared from such a dilemma. In fact, it looks all too familiar to us here. Very soon, we may also have to make our difficult decisions.


Mahathir on MP's right of speech

Mahathir meets opposition leaders at the Parliament House today over the police investigation of three former ministers raising the 1MDB and DOJ issues during a recent parliamentary debate.


Najib rapped over stepson's China trip

Malaysia's opposition and Twitterati have lashed Prime Minister Najib Razak after images showed he was accompanied on an official trip to China by his stepson, who US authorities have fingered in a massive embezzlement scam.


Defence deal on cards as Najib tilts toward China

Malaysia's premier on Tuesday begins an official visit to China where he will sign a "significant" defence deal in a potential strategic shift as his ties with the United States fray over a corruption scandal.


 

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