Najib questioned over Scorpene deal; bilingual street signs to be removed

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    Najib, Rosmah questioned again

    Former prime minister Najib Abdul Razak has turned up at the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) headquarters again for another round of questioning.

    Though initially believed to be assisting investigations on a solar power project in Sarawak, sources told Malaysiakini that he was in fact questioned on the Scorpene submarine scandal, and his former associate Abdul Razak Baginda may be next.

    Razak said he is prepared to assist the MACC’s investigations if called upon to do so.

    Meanwhile, police sourced told Malaysiakini that Najib’s wife Rosmah Mansor had been questioned for another four hours over jewellery items seized from residences linked to the former premier...

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