Malaysian court to decide in 11 Aug on Najib’s bid to disqualify ex-AG Thomas’ lawyers

Malaysia’s Court of Appeal is set to rule on ex-Prime Minister Najib Razak’s bid to disqualify two lawyers in his lawsuit against the former attorney-general and the government for alleged misfeasance in public office on August 11th.

Muda declares that Malaysia doesn’t need people like Najib anymore

Malaysian United Democratic Alliance (Muda) asserts that Malaysia doesn’t need leaders like imprisoned former Prime Minister, Datuk Seri Najib Razak, calling for an end to corruption and the ‘politics of lies’ in a push for integrity and unity.

Malaysian Court of Appeal grants Najib’s wife temporary passport release for family visit in Singapore

The Malaysian Court of Appeal has granted Datin Seri Rosmah Mansor’s passport temporary release for the third time, allowing her to visit her daughter and grandson in Singapore. The decision was made on 15 June by a three-member bench, led by Justice P Ravinthran.

Najib can be liability to UMNO to win back Malay support as they push for his royal pardon, says political analyst

Political analysts in Malaysia have expressed their opinions on the recent movement by the United Malays National Organisation (UMNO) to seek a royal pardon for their former president, Najib Razak. Some analysts believe that Najib’s return could pose a liability to UMNO, as not all members are in favour of his comeback. The younger generation is concerned about issues such as the economy and the practice of democracy in Malaysian politics, which UMNO will need to address to maintain support. UMNO supporters believe that Najib still has influence and can ignite the “Bossku” trend. However, the fragmented Malay votes have affected UMNO’s declining support, and the internal power struggle within the party is causing further division. The upcoming six state elections will be crucial for UMNO to regain their support, especially in constituencies with a significant non-Malay voter population. These state elections will be an indicator for the next General Election in 2026, and the results will show how satisfied people are with the Unity Government.

Former Malaysian PM Najib’s final attempt to challenge his graft conviction verdict dismissed by Malaysia’s apex court

MALAYSIA — Former Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak’s bid to review an…

Rosmah Mansor granted six-week Singapore visit amid appeal against corruption conviction

Rosmah Mansor, the wife of former Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak, has been granted a temporary release of her passport by the Court of Appeal to visit Singapore for six weeks.

Former Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak and co-accused acquitted in 1MDB audit report tampering trial

KUALA LUMPUR, MALAYSIA  — On Friday(3 March), the High Court cleared former…

Malaysian NGOs: People’s right to choose new MP should not be delayed:

Repeal Article 48(4)(c) of the Federal Constitution so that disqualification of convicted criminal MPs…