Nurul Izzah's wedding: Prison yes to Anwar, now up to cops

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The prisons department has agreed to allow jailed politician Anwar Ibrahim to conduct his daughter's akad nikah (wedding vow) ceremony at his Damansara home in Kuala Lumpur tomorrow, o­n the condition there are no objections from the police.

Anwar's lawyer Sankara Nair told malaysiakini today that a prison official informed him this morning that the department has no problem in sending the jailed ex-deputy premier to attend the wedding of his eldest daughter Nurul Izzah and engineer Raja Ahmad Sharir Iskandar Raja Salim tomorrow.

Anwar is serving 15-years jail sentence for sodomy and corruption.

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