Najib hoping for fair legal process


  • Nation
  • Thursday, 05 Jul 2018

KUALA LUMPUR: Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak hopes that the legal process will be a truly fair one in accordance with the rule of law.

“This is the best opportunity for me to clear my name after being slandered and accused in such a serious manner.

“As you all know, I am officially charged today. This is something I already expected because if that is what the new Government wants, then this is the price I have to pay.

“After 42 years of serving the people, saya redalah (I accept it),” Najib told a press confe­rence before leaving the court complex yesterday.

He appeared calm and even smiled at media practitioners be­­fore and after the press conference.

He thanked the Malaysian Anti-­Corruption Commission and security personnel for treating him well and respecting him as the former prime minister.

“I am amazed that my supporters came to give me moral support, as I did not organise any movements. They came of their own free will,” he said.

Asked if he was confident of being given a fair trial, he said: “Oooo, no no no (not wanting to answer the question). Mr hotshot lawyer will answer you” and pointed at his lead counsel Tan Sri Muhammad Shafee Abdullah.

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