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Sunshine Empire Sdn Bhd disabitkan dua kesalahan di bawah seksyen 25(1) ABIK, kerana manganjurkan skim pelaburan haram yang melibatkan aktiviti pengambilan deposit tanpa lesen
Pemberitahuan Pertanyaan Jawab Bertulis Dewan Rakyat
Soalan No. 440
Tuan Wee Choo Keong [ Wangsa Maju ] minta Menteri Kewangan menyatakan selain daripada tindakan pembekuan aset Sunshine Empire Sdn Bhd, Empire Property Venture International Sdn Bhd oleh Bank Negara kerana aktiviti pengambilan deposit haram, apakah tindakan-tindakan lain yang telah diambil oleh Bank Negara dan/atau oleh Suruhanjaya Sekuriti kerana kesalahan melanggar BAFIA dan lain-lain undang-undang oleh Dato’ Alex Teh Chee Tiong dan pengarah-pengarahnya yang lain demi menjamin kepentingan awam dilindungi. (more…)
The above report in page 2 of the Sun was published on Tuesday, 20 July 2010.
The allegation highlighted apparently involves very senior officials of the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) and Bank Negara Malaysia (BNM) with undisputable links to their spouses. As this is a report by the Australian authority which will also ultimately lead to prosecution by Australian administrators themselves, this will become international news. Malaysia can ill-afford this kind of serious negative publicity which can be quite damaging to our reputation in the world community. As a matter of national interest, I urge the MACC to immediately conduct a more thorough investigation locally so that we can take steps to quickly salvage our reputaion should the alleged corrupt practice, as reported, is less than accurate.
Since the news broke out, the public has taken a keen interest in the matter and has been engaging in all kinds of speculations. I have even received rumours that the husband of a very high official in BNM is strongly implicated. But seriously, this cannot be. There’s too much at stake not only for the very high official in BNM but also the country, as BNM is the ultimate authority for all fiscal matters in Malaysia.
The public can speculate and rumour. But I personally don’t believe there’s any traction that the husband of the said very high official in BNM is involved. Not so soon at the tail of cases of the husband of Securities Commission Chairman being similarly highlighted recently. MACC should not drag its feet on its investigation as urged but perform its duty diligently to swiftly put an end to this issue.