Ambiga hits out at those demanding she 'come clean' over informant role

Ambiga Sreenevasan says there are no grounds for those seeking to conduct a mini-trial against her in Malaysia. – The Malaysian Insight file pic, November 2, 2017.

PROMINENT lawyer Ambiga Sreenevasan today hit out at those harassing her to “come clean” over her role as an informant on the alleged transfer of RM90 million to the PAS leadership from Najib Razak, saying they could be held for contempt.

The former Bar Council president pointed out that PAS’ suit against Sarawak Report editor Clare Rewcastle-Brown was filed in the UK, and as such, there were no grounds for those seeking to conduct a mini-trial, or “persecution”, against her in Malaysia.

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  • Najib n' ilk has fashioned an atmosphere precarious to the truth. Nobody in their right mind will respond without deliberating on the opportunity and cost carefully. Many things point to Najib's discreet alliances to PAS. The insanely huge budget allocation to setting up a theocratic fascist bulwark is a strong pointer in that direction.It paints desperation for the UMNO unit.

    Posted 6 years ago by Arun Paul