Malaysia’s anti-graft agency has said that nearly $700 million deposited into the prime minister’s personal bank accounts were from “donations” and not related to a brewing scandal.
Prime Minister Najib Razak has faced mounting pressure in the past year over a series of revelations alleging that hundreds of millions of dollars were siphoned off from a state-owned company linked to him.
The Wall Street Journal last month reported that Malaysian government investigators had found nearly $700 million was routed to his personal bank accounts. Read More
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