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Bukit Aman investigating alleged leak from govt database

Najib Abdul Razak wished for former 1MDB chairperson Mohd Bakke Salleh’s 2016 testimony to the Public Accounts Committee (PAC) to be “acceptable” to the then prime minister, the Kuala Lumpur High Court heard today. The 15th prosecution witness testified that the then finance minister wanted the former to answer questions from the Parliamentary committee members in a way that was in “harmony”. During the RM2.28 billion 1MDB corruption trial against Najib, Bakke claimed that the former premier wanted to ensure that his testimony to PAC as well as others called to the committee hearing to put the blame on the Malaysian sovereign wealth fund’s management.

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