Mokhzani, Mirzan yet to submit asset declarations, says MACC


KUALA LUMPUR: Neither of former prime minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad's two sons have yet to declare their assets to the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) despite their impending deadline at the end of this month, says Tan Sri Azam Baki.

The MACC chief commissioner said his officers had received a request from the lawyers of Tan Sri Mohkzani Mahathir and Mirzan Mahathir to extend the deadline further.

"MACC investigators are still deciding if they should provide an extension. I will leave it up to them," he said during a press conference here on Monday (May 27).

The deadline for Mohkzani and Mirzan is on May 25 and May 29 respectively.

The MACC told the two brothers to declare their assets within 30 days in January 2024 and have been granted multiple extensions since.

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