In Malaysia arrested former Prime Minister Najib Razak on the case about the disappearance of billions of dollars from the state Fund
About to sources familiar with the case.
“On Tuesday in Malaysia arrested the former Prime Minister of the country Najib Tun Razak on the case about the disappearance of billions of dollars from the state Fund, which he founded nearly 10 years ago,” the message reads.
Razak was arrested in his own house on the warrant of remand without bail.
According to one interviewee, it is expected that the former Prime Minister on Wednesday charged in court.
As reported Politeka, earlier it became known the names of the politicians lobbying the interests of Yanukovych. Alfred Gusenbauer in 2007-2008 was Chancellor of Austria. And four years later headed a group of European lobbyists for Viktor Yanukovych and his “Party of regions”. This so-called “Habsburg group” for the fugitive President organized his Advisor – American by Paul Manafort.
“Gusenbauer will work for remuneration at the level of his annual salary. I think it is a good investment,” wrote British journalist Alfred Friedman in a private letter Manafort.
The group also includes former Italian Prime Minister Romano Prodi, the former head of NATO, Javier Solana, member of the Belgian constitutional court Jean-Paul Mormant, the former head of the Federal Chancellery of Germany Bodo Hombach. Also possible involvement in group Aleksander Kwasniewski – former President of Poland.
Recall that during the public ceremonial events, was shot dead the mayor of the city. The incident occurred in the Philippine city of Tanauan Monday, July 2. Mayor Antonio Khalili attended the public ceremony of raising the flag when he came in sight of the sniper, reports CNN with reference to sources in local police.
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