Lack of concern about 1MDB's unaudited accounts shows cover-up, says MP


Tony Pua questions why Prime Minister Najib Razak, who is also finance minister, did not seek an arrangement with police for audits to be carried out at 1MDB. – The Malaysian Insight file pic, November 21, 2017.

DAP lawmaker Tony Pua took the Finance Ministry to task today over its lack of concern that its wholly owned firm 1Malaysia Development Bhd’s accounts have not been examined by an external auditor over the last five years.

The Petaling Jaya MP said the ministry’s “lackadaisical attitude” was further proof that allegations of corruption involving the state investor were being covered up.


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  • A nation’s sovereign wealth fund embroiled in the grandest theft of public funds the world has never known is now in the dire state of not possessing any audited accounts for the past 5 years (since March 2012) – what kind of country would tolerate its PM and his government to stay in office without a scratch, as if the entire fiasco is a non-issue?
    Isn’t this the best illustration that the rule of law has already collapsed in this country?

    Posted 2 years ago by Kim quek