State rep found guilty of bribery

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  • Saturday, 05 Mar 2011

SEREMBAN: Lenggeng assemblyman Mustafa Salim has been found guilty of accepting a RM2,000 bribe from a contractor as an incentive to issue a supporting letter to mine sand, leaving his seat in the state assembly in jeopardy.

The 51-year-old, first-term assemblyman from Barisan Nasional was accused of committing the offence at a restaurant in Mantin, near here, on Aug 31, 2008.

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