MALAYSIAN prime minister Najib Razak was hit with a new wave of allegations linking him to money-laundering and murder in the Australian Broadcasting Corporation‘s Four Corners on Monday.
AFTER Australian media showed dissatisfaction over the acquittal of prime minister Najib Razak from the 1MBD scandal, it seems that the rest of the world is starting to come on board. The BBC on Wednesday reported #kitasemuapenghasut, a social media movement which sprouted inadvertently from the government’s attempt at clamping down on public dissent.
This is part of a series of musings on the ongoing Lena Hendry trial. In Part 1: You Could Be Next we informed readers of the case and how it could potentially affect themselves. In this second installment, The Daily Seni visits Farez Jinnah Advocates & Solicitors to gather further information.
As most of us know by now, Datuk Seri Azalina Othman Said has officially left her relatively short tenure at the top of the National Film Development Corporation Malaysia (FINAS). She has instead been replaced by Dato’ Mohd Khusairi Bin Abdul Talib, the Ahli Dewan Undangan Negeri (or State Assemblyman) of Slim River, Perak.