Anwar brought before forex scandal task force

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Jailed former opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim was today brought before the special task force to investigate Bank Negara Malaysia's foreign exchange losses in the 1990s.

His daugher Nurul Izzah said the family was informed of this by prison officials, and later received confirmation that he was taken to the Finance Ministry in Putrajaya.

Following this, the family went to the ministry but was unable to obtain further details.

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