Former federal territories minister Tengku Adnan Mansor was sentenced to 12 months’ jail and fined RM2m on 21 December by the Kuala Lumpur High Court for his RM2m corruption case. BFM speaks to Cynthia Gabriel, a human rights advocate with the Centre to Combat Corruption and Cronyism (C4), about this ruling. They discuss how this decision might affect future corruption trials involving high-profile individuals.
Produced by Loo Juosie
Presented by Lee Chwi Lynn and Hezril Asyraaf
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