Malaysian court rejects Najib Razak's request for new trial The Court of Appeal for Corruption Cases 18 Aug.
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Malaysia's supreme court said on August 16 it would listen to an attempt to appeal the case against former prime minister Najib Razak. about money fraud The scandalous 1MDB If successful, it will pave the way for him to return to power again.
The appeal, which begins Aug. 18, follows Najib's efforts to request a full new trial. It was unanimously rejected by all five court judges.
Tengku Maimun Tuan Mat, chief judge, said: in the opinion of the court There is no such thing as a misconduct in justice. Mr Najib failed to present new evidence that the court deems sufficient weight necessary to launch an inquiry.
Mr Najib's lawyers also asked the court to postpone the trial by three to four months before the appeals petition began. But the judge denied the petition. and reiterating that Justice cannot be delayed unduly. Because delaying justice is also a denial of justice for others.
The court has scheduled an eight-day trial against Najib, beginning on August 18, if the court insists that Najib faces the previous verdict. He had to be taken to jail immediately. According to him, he was sentenced to 12 years in prison in July 2020.