MACC to review 'case closed' files involving VVIPs: Latheefa

Susan Loone

Modified 24 Jul 2019, 5:14 am

MACC chief Latheefa Koya today said she was aware of several controversial cases involving VVIPs, including those in Penang, and has requested for the files to be reviewed.

"I am looking through them to understand why they were closed. Was it really 'No Further Action' for the right reasons? I need some time to decide," she told reporters in Penang. 

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