KUALA LUMPUR, November 10 – The Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC), a former chairman of the Felda company, has been preparing a suit for a suicide bribe in Kuching, Sarawak Hotel.
The Straits Times The Commission has signed an agreement with Felda on the purchase of the Merdek Palace Hotel in 2014 and will be fined by the Prosecutor General's Office (AGC) next week.
"Previously, there was insufficient evidence of limited access (for investigation), but the investigators abandoned them when new evidence appeared.
"The ICRC will submit its investigative papers and recommendations to the Prosecutor General's Office next week. Next, he expects the AGS mission to take the next step, "said the unnamed source in Singapore.
Also, the Commission considers accusations that the investigation of abuse of private offices pursuant to section 23 of the IAEA Act, which was announced by the Prosecutor General Tommy Thomas three days in advance.
In 2014, Felda Investment Corporation has allocated $ 160 million for a 213-bedroom Merdeka Palace hotel. For a total of $ 110 million.
In 2016, the government's audit found that it invested heavily in other dubious projects in Isle, Feld, which provided $ 100 million to the agency.
Former Negri Sembilan mentri besar abdicated last January after heading the organization and financially damaged.
At the end of June this year, his debt amounts to $ 8 billion.