,The prosecution is appealing against the decisions of the High Court and Court of Appeal which respectively dismissed its forfeiture applications and appeals against Habib Jewels, Hattatex Trading, Wanita MCA, Umno, Kedah Umno Liaison Committee and four other individuals, Perano Sdn Bhd, Binsabi Sdn Bhd and K&Z Enterprise Sdn Bhd. – World Watch Monitor website pic, October 18, 2022.新2备用网址（www.hg108.vip）是一个开放新2网址即时比分、新2网址代理最新登录线路、新2网址会员最新登录线路、新2网址代理APP下载、新2网址会员APP下载、新2网址线路APP下载、新2网址电脑版下载、新2网址手机版下载的新2新现金网平台。新2网址登录线路最新、新2皇冠网址更新最快,皇冠体育APP开放皇冠会员注册、皇冠代理开户等业务。
THE Federal Court has fixed February 7 next year to hear the prosecution’s appeals to forfeit monies belonging to nine entities including Umno and Wanita MCA, allegedly linked to the 1Malaysia Development Bhd (IMBD) funds.
The hearing date was fixed following case management before Federal Court deputy registrar Siti Hajar Mustaffa today.
Lawyer Gooi Yang Shuh, representing Habib Jewels Sdn Bhd, when contacted, confirmed the hearing date.
The prosecution is appealing against the decisions of the High Court and Court of Appeal which respectively dismissed its forfeiture applications and appeals against Habib Jewels, Hattatex Trading, Wanita MCA, Umno, Kedah Umno Liaison Committee and four other individuals, Perano Sdn Bhd, Binsabi Sdn Bhd and K&Z Enterprise Sdn Bhd.
The Court of Appeal had also ruled against the prosecution and set aside the High Court decision that had allowed it to forfeit monies seized from Pahang Umno Liaison Committee.
On September 2, last year, the Court of appeal concluded that there was insufficient evidence to satisfy the court that the monies seized were the subject matter or evidence relating to the commission of an offence or proceeds of unlawful activities.
The court also said there was absence of link whatsoever between the monies in the bank account of the respondents and the funds allegedly misappropriated from IMDB.
It (the Court of Appeal) held that the offence under section 23 of the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Act has not been proven and that the monies sought to be forfeited were not traceable to the alleged offence of unlawful activity.
The court also held that even if the money received from Najib Razak was from unlawful activities, the High Court had correctly ruled that it could not be simply forfeited because the respondents had averred that the money given by Najib between 2012 and 2013 had already been spent after a period of five years and that the money seized in 2018 was from other lawful sources.
The prosecution sought to forfeit RM192,965,413.61 belonging to Umno, RM300,000 from Wanita MCA, RM337,634.78 and RM827,250 respectively from Perano, a company that sells hijabs and Binsabi which supplies tents, RM100,000 from Habib Jewels, RM138,359.60 from K&Z Enterprise, RM827,250 from Kedah Umno Liaison Committee, RM111,590 from Hattatex Trading.环球UG官网声明:该文看法仅代表作者自己，与本平台无关。转载请注明：新2备用网址:Federal Court fixes Feb 7, 2023 to hear 1MDB-related appeal