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Former Malaysian Prime Minister Yasin Muhyiddin is indicted on corruption charges
Kuala Lumpur (92 News) – Malaysia’s former prime minister, Yasin Muhyiddin, was indicted on corruption charges. He is accused of corruption, money laundering and abuse of power during the days of Corona.
Yasin Muhyiddin is accused of money laundering of 195 million Malaysian ringgit and corruption of 51.40 million US dollars. Malaysia’s former prime minister, Yasin Muhyiddin, is accused of mishandling government contracts during the Corona epidemic.
In 2020, Yasin Muhyiddin, who was the Prime Minister of Malaysia, was indicted by the Kuala Lumpur court in six cases. Yasin Muhyiddin was investigated by the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Agency after which it was decided to prosecute him.
The Yasin Mohiuddin government had announced a support program to help construction contractors in construction.