... Preliminarily, that is. - Bru
KEMENTERIAN KEWANGAN MALAYSIA
MINISTRY OF FINANCE MALAYSIA
YB MINISTER OF FINANCE II
DATO’ SERI AHMAD HUSNI HANADZLAH
The preliminary report by the Auditor General investigating 1MDB’s activities has found no evidence of wrong doing, and therefore the reckless allegations by some parties including the “disappearance” of RM42 billion and transfer of USD700 million to certain individual does not arise.
It is my hope that all baseless allegations will be put to rest. We have to remain patient and we look forward to the final report by AG and the Public Account Committee (PAC).
Our focus is now on the rationalisation plan, whereby the Government is committed to have the issues pertaining to 1MDB’s debt be resolved.
The definitive aim of the rationalisation plan is to rebalance 1MDB’s asset and debt in order to support its financial structure that will ensure its sustainability going forward.
Office of the Minister of Finance II
Ministry Of Finance, Putrajaya
14 July 2015
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