Century intellectual and sleuth Hercule Poirot listed an unforgivable sin in his moral code: overlooking the as much as by high-mindedness, has obscured the most obvious of questions. Who got the money?
"We are not the only investigating authority. There are ongoing (investigations)," Zeti said in an interview with by US-based financial news channel CNBC.
"Everyone wants a conclusion so we can move on, so that the currency better reflects the fundamentals, so we can deal with the economic issues the country is confronted with."
As for the central bank, which completed its own investigation into 1MDB and on the proposed action to be taken, Zeti said it was currently looking at enforcement of the action it called for against the state-owned fund.
"Now, there is some action taken. When this is final, it will be made known as to the outcome," she said without elaborating on the action against 1MDB.
The Attorney-General's Chambers has cleared 1MDB of any wrongdoings.
Bank Negara has proposed that the public prosecutor takes appropriate enforcement action against 1MDB.
MACC submitted three papers
On Oct 9, 2015, the central bank revoked its prior approval for 1MDB to transfer US$1.83 billion (about RM7.5 billion) overseas and instructed 1MDB to repatriate all the cash, which 1MDB claimed it was unable to do so, as the money was either spent or earmarked for debt transfer.
Zeti later said Bank Negara would check on 1MDB's claim.
The Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) concluded its own investigation into the RM2.6 billion donation that went into Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak's private bank accounts and also investigated Finance Ministry subsidiary SRC International Sdn Bhd.
It then submitted three investigation papers to AG's Chambers, which were returned to the graftbuster for further action.
bowing to political masters"
is all an eyewash
Former prime minister Dr Mahathir Mohamad is sceptical whether the MACC's findings on SRC International and the RM2.6 billion donation received by Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak will ever be brought to court.
"-geneAttorneyral (Mohamed Apandi Ali) says he would act without fear or favour. But he requires time as the report piles up to his height. How much time?
"Or is the AG to determine whether there is a case for the judges to judge or will he be the judge and dismiss the case as indeed he had done with the Bank Negara report," Mahathir wrote in his blog post today.
Apandi had last year decided that there would be no further action on Bank Negara's report on 1MDB.
On Dec 31, MACC announced it had submittedthree investigation papers to the AG, two related to the probe on SRC International and another on the RM2.6 billion.
This is not the first time Mahathir had expressed skepticism on whether Apandi will pursue action on the MACC’s findings.
Apandi has dismissed this as an attempt to applyreverse psychology against him.
He stressed that he would not be pressured and that he would work according to the law
Mohamad Apandi Ali, a former United Malays National Organization state treasurer before being elevated to public prosecutor and then the judicial bench, was hurriedly drafted to replace the long-serving Abdul Gani Patail in August just as Gani Patail reportedly was about to file charges against Najib for corruption. Apandi immediately denied that Kevin Morais was working on the case when he was abducted and murdered.The Attorney-General office,For months, Malaysian law enforcement has been wracked with attempts on the part of the Najib government to quell investigations into hundreds of millions of dollars that ended up in the prime minister’s personal account, then disappeared again, and by massive mismanagement of the troubled 1Malaysia Development Bhd. state-backed investment firm Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission officials have been subjected to what has been called a scorched-earth campaign to discover who, if any of them, has been leaking information on the case. ‘Damage has already been done to his almost non-existent reputation.’read this Needed, intelligent Attorney-General not a first-rate hypocrite
It is said that in their darkest moments, American presidents look up at the image of Abraham Lincoln in the Oval Office and wonder what he would have done in their situation. A truly dark moment faces the nation in the form of the unfolding and unceasing Attorney-General strikes against The judiciary (also known as the judicial system or court system) is the system of courts that interprets and applies the law in the name of the state. The judiciary also provides a mechanism for the resolution of disputes.read this So the good name of the Attorney-General's Chambers damaged is it so?