Sarawakians show guarded response to money-laundering charges against Taib

Desmond Davidson

Picture taken on May 21, 2013 shows Sarawak governor Abdul Taib Mahmud (centre) arriving at the Sarawak State Legislative Assembly in Kuching. His daughter is accused of money-laundering in Canada. – AFP, September 20, 2017.

SARAWAKIANS will “wait-and-see” in response to news that a Canadian court in Toronto will hear a money-laundering case against the daughter of Sarawak Governor Abdul Taib Mahmud.

“Let’s see what happens,” was environmental rights activist’s Peter Kallang’s guarded reaction to the report.

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