Malaysia lawmaker charged with graft over mansion
AP - Monday, December 6
KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia – Malaysian prosecutors have charged a prominent ruling party politician with corruption over a land deal that enabled him to build a personal Balinese-style mansion.
Mohamad Khir Toyo, the former chief minister of Malaysia's central Selangor state, has pleaded innocent in a district court to a charge of inappropriately obtaining land worth an estimated 3.5 million ringgit ($1 million) in 2007. He faces up to two years in prison if convicted.
The charge Monday is a new sign that Prime Minister Najib Razak wants to prove that his administration is serious about curbing graft ahead of national elections that some believe will be called next year.
dollah yankee -
Gurkah-gurkah politik di'port' kata SPRM tak buat kerja betul-betul,tak siasat Khir Toyo sampai mati,siasat pun macam 'batuk kat tepi tangga',kenapa SPRM TAK SIASAT DIA SAMPAI MATI !!!