Guan Eng’s bungalow case can be reopened if there’s fresh evidence


Chan Kok Leong Bede Hong

Former finance minister Lim Guan Eng was acquitted on September 3, 2018 of graft charges in relation to his purchase of a bungalow in Jalan Pinhorn, Penang. – The Malaysian Insight pic by Nazir Sufari, August 5, 2020.

DESPITE Lim Guan Eng’s acquittal over the purchase of a bungalow, the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission can reopen investigations into the former finance minister if “fresh evidence” emerges, the government said.


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