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Friday, August 24, 2007


Reading the article below confirm my speculation that those in UMNO are above the law. I am really shocked. What has Malaysia becoming?


All charges dropped against Zakaria, partners

KLANG: All 37 charges against controversial Port Klang assemblyman Datuk Zakaria Md Deros and five of his business partners instituted by the Companies Commission (CC) have been withdrawn.

The CC had taken Zakaria and the five to court by virtue of their position as directors of Harvest Court Industries Bhd and Titi Steel Sdn Bhd, which had contravened the Companies Act 1965.

Each charge could be punished with a fine of up to RM30,000 and five years jail.

They were charged for failing to notify of change of address, failing to hold annual general meetings, failing to submit financial statements and failing to submit profit-and-loss accounts.

Mozni Sham Ahmad and Joseph R. Samuel who appeared for Zakaria, his partners and the two companies said the charges were withdrawn because the "outstanding problems had been settled".

Companies Commission's prosecutor Azmil Haron told magistrate Fadzilatul Isma Ahmad Refngah that he had been instructed to withdraw the charges against the two companies and its directors.

1 comment:

drhantu said...

This is the unfortunate truth. The country with all its wealth will only be going to feed the already fat and corrupt politicians of the ruling party. and that includes our Prime Minister. Mr Clean my foot, Mr Hypocrite more like it. One who tolerates blatant corruption is party to it even if he does not get monetary benefits.

I don't see that this will change anytime soon. Sadly Malaysia will go down the same road as Indonesia. It will be the Pariah in the region. Happy Vision 2020.