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Sarawak NGO leader hopeful MACC will reopen file on Taib

Alyaa Alhadjri

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Modified 1 Jul 2018, 6:48 am

A Sarawak NGO leader has expressed his hope that the MACC will reopen its files linked to investigations against former Sarawak chief minister and current governor Abdul Taib Mahmud.

When contacted, Movement for Change Sarawak leader Francis Paul Siah said that he had lodged an MACC report against Taib seven years ago, as well as several police reports in Kuching and Bukit Aman on the same matter...

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