Malaysian opposition: bank must act against 1MDB officials

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Malaysia’s opposition party today (September 27) called for the country’s central bank to take legal action against senior figures, including the prime minister, implicated in the multi-billion dollar 1MDB scandal.

The central bank says it is prepared to work with international enforcement and regulatory agencies over the affair. The remark is contained in a letter from the head of legal affairs at the central bank, responding to opposition lawmakers’ questions about its handling of the affair

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