Criminal complaint filed against Spanish arbitrator who awarded RM62.59bil to Sulu sultanate claimants, says Wan Junaidi


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KUALA LUMPUR: A criminal complaint was filed against the Spanish arbitrator who had recently acted for the defunct Sulu sultanate, says Datuk Seri Dr Wan Junaidi Tuanku Jaafar.

The action comes after the government successfully obtained a court order in Spain to declare the initial RM62.59bil (USD14.92bil) "arbitration award" issued by the arbitrator Dr Gonzalo Stampa to the so-called heirs of the Sulu sultan as null and void.

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