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Tuesday, July 18, 2017

Show RM2.6b money trail if nothing to hide, Gobind dares AG



A DAP lawmaker has challenged attorney-general Mohamed Apandi Ali to reveal the money trail which supports the finding that the RM2.6 billion in Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak's personal bank account was indeed a donation.
“What is the difficulty in doing that?” asked Gobind Singh Deo in a text message to Malaysiakini.
He was responding to Apandi dismissing former premier Dr Mahathir Mohamad's allegation of concealing evidence related to the 1MDB scandal.
Gobind, who is also DAP's legal bureau chief, said Apandi of all people should know that it is a most basic principle of natural justice that no person can judge a matter in which they themselves have an interest.
“Thus, declarations on his part in cases like these where his conduct as attorney-general is questioned, have little effect.
“In order to convince the people, he should produce a report in which he sets out in full the documents showing us the money trail which he used in arriving at his decision.That report must then be tabled in Parliament and made public.
“He should be brave and take up my challenge. After all, as he says, he has done no wrong and there is nothing to hide,” added the Puchong MP.
Speaking at a ceramah in Shah Alam last night, Mahathir said if Pakatan Harapan forms the government after the next general election, it would summon Apandi over the allegation that he used the Official Secrets Act (OSA) to hide evidence.
However, Apandi was unfazed by Mahathir's remarks, saying that he does not fear the Parti Pribumi Bersatu Malaysia (Bersatu) chairperson.
“I do not fear anyone, including Mahathir. I don't fear human beings, but I fear Allah,” he told Malaysiakini.
In January last year, Apandi exonerated Najib in the RM2.6 billion donation and SRC International issues.
He also dismissed claims by the United States Department of Justice (DOJ) that 1MDB funds had been misappropriated.

While Apandi said the RM2.6 billion donation Najib received came from a member of the Saudi royal family, the DOJ, however, disputed this.
The DOJ, in its civil forfeiture lawsuits involving 1MDB, claimed that the money had originated from 1MDB.
Najib has consistently denied misusing public funds for personal gain. He alleged that such claims were attempts to topple him from power.- Mkini

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