Gov't didn't spend a penny on my overseas trips, says Anwar

Koh Jun Lin

Modified 19 Jan 2019, 11:02 am

PKR president Anwar Ibrahim said his trips abroad since his release from prison in June last year did not incur any cost to the Malaysian government.

Instead, he said the trips had been paid for by his hosts overseas.

“Some people have asked the foreign minister who is paying for Anwar’s tickets. They thought the (Malaysian) government paid for it. The government did not pay a single penny; whoever invites me, pays...

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