Najib: Those named in DoJ lawsuits must clear their name

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  • Monday, 25 Jul 2016

MONDAY, JUNE 13 KUALA LUMPUR- Prime Minister Datuk Seri Mohd Najib Tun Razak(filepic) breaks fast with media, at Dewan Besar, Utusan Melayu (Malaysia) Berhad, No.44, Jalan Utusan off Jalan Chan Sow Lin at 1745 (0945 GMT) KUALA LUMPUR- MATRADE press conference on Malaysia Export Exhibition Centre (MEEC), MEEC, Tingkat 2, East Wing Menara MATRADE, Jalan Sultan Haji Ahmad Shah at 1030 (0230 GMT) KUALA LUMPUR- Science, Technology & Innovation Minister Madius Tangau attends the signing of collaboration proposal between Malaysian Bioeconomy Development Corporation & France-based Cosmetic Valley, Bioeconomy Corporation office, level 16, Menara Atlan, Jalan Ampang at 1730 (0930 GMT)

PUTRAJAYA : Those who are named in the United States' Department of Justice civil lawsuits leading to the freezing of assets linked to 1MDB must take responsibility to clear their name, said Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak (pic).

At the same, Najib said the government will ensure that no public funds were abused.

"This is our stand and let us allow this issue be settled via the judicial process. The government will give its full co-operation on the matter," he said on Monday.

‎The Prime Minister was speaking at an event to present offer letters to 1,100 village heads and village committee members to perform their Haj sponsored by 1MDB Foundation.

The US DOJ had filed civil suits to seize more than US$1bil (RM4.02bil) in assets allegedly linked to 1MDB.
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