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The defeated Malaysian Prime Minister is excluded from leaving the country



KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia – The Malaysian authorities said Najib Razak, the prime minister who was voted out of office this week, and his wife could not leave because a leaked flight plan made them suspect they were fleeing. 19659002] Mr. Najib faces a possible investigation into billions of dollars of corruption accused of accounting for US $ 731 million from a government investment fund he once ran.

He wrote on social media on Saturday that he was told that he and his family should not have left the country and that he respected this decision.

In a series of messages, Mr. Najib said he had "apologized for any shortcomings and mistakes, but failed to address the scandal at the fund, 1Malaysia Development Berhad, known as 1MDB, directly in its Twitter post on Saturday. [19659004] He said he plans to "take a short break to spend time with my family," but did not mention any news he said he and his wife were planning to travel to Jakarta, Indonesia, citing the leaked flight plan [19659002] "I pray that the country will unite after this divisive period," he wrote as part of his posts on Twitter and Facebook. "I apologize for any shortcomings and mistakes, and thank you , the people, for the opportunity to lead our great nation. It was the honor of my life to serve you and Malaysia.

He has previously denied any misconduct related to 1MDB.

Malaysiakini, a news Web site, quoted a source close to Mr. Najib, the first said Prime Minister and his wife, Rosmah Mansor, were planning a two-day trip On Saturday, however, a crowd of journalists and journalists gathered at Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah airport who were apparently leaving on a private plane and part of the crowd was looking into the arriving vehicles, but there were No indication that Mr. Najib and his wife were present

Mahathir, who served as Prime Minister from 1981 to 2003, said that any wrongdoing in connection with 1MDB would be investigated, including whether the Attorney General or the Anti-Corruption Commission should investigate the Allegations were not fully prosecuted.

"Our intention is to be for people too who have shown an inclination to corruption or have committed known crimes " Mr. Mahathir said on Friday.

Rick Paddock and Sharon Tan contributed contributions from Kuala Lumpur.


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