Taman Tun, 31 March:
Read about the pregnant Australian woman who was sentenced to 10 months jail by a Singapore court for sedition last week?
Here's the story:
An Australian woman who is eight weeks pregnant has been sentenced to 10 months' jail on charges of publishing seditious articles in Singapore, the stiffest sentence ever imposed for the offence in the city-state.Ai Takagi, a 23-year-old Australian of Japanese descent from Brisbane, apologised to the people of Singapore for the harm she had caused for posting comments on her popular website The Real Singapore."I know that the harmony which Singapore enjoys today requires careful and continuous efforts on the part of everyone, citizens and visitors alike, to maintain," Takagi told a court on Wednesday, according to the.
Media statement by 1Malaysia Development BerhadIssued on 30 March 2016Stop Interfering with the PAC1MDB understands that YB Rafizi Ramli has lodged a police report against 1MDB senior management. 1MDB confirms that its senior management will fully cooperate with any investigation that may be deemed necessary by the police.YB Rafizi claims that he has publicly revealed classified information subject to the Official Secrets Act (OSA). If what YB Rafizi has done is true, then this blatant breach of the law is shocking to say the least, and worse, coming from a Parliamentarian.The matters YB Rafizi claims to "expose" are part of an ongoing investigation by the Public Accounts Committee, a lawful select committee of Parliament, with 5 opposition members. There is no need for rabble-rousing Rafizi to sensationalise what is already being investigated and even less need to blatantly break the law in doing so.1MDB has consistently maintained that if any wrongdoing is found, then action must be taken according to the law. We accordingly reiterate 1MDB's commitment to fully cooperate with all lawful authorities in their investigations.