The KDN suspended the publication permit of The Edge Weekly and The Edge Financial Daily for three months from July 27, 2015, following their reports on the 1MDB issue.
"The application was dismissed by KL High Court last Friday (March 1). Najib subsequently filed an appeal application in Court of Appeal on the same day and asking for a stay."
Deputy public prosecutors Zaki Asyraf Zubir and Aaron Abhilash Paul Chelliah, who appeared on behalf of the AGC, told the Sessions Court today that the prosecution did have some documents but just not the full set.
The prosecution team led by former Federal Court Judge Datuk Seri Gopal Sri Ram told the High Court that they will make the application for a joint trial after all three cases had been transferred to the High Court before Justice Mohamed Zaini Mazlan.
Najib wants to disqualify former Federal Court judge Datuk Seri Gopal Sri Ram from leading the prosecution team and also a stay to stop the trial pending the Court of Appeal's decision.
The four appeals is in relation to Najib's seven charges of CBT and abuse of power regarding RM42 million of SRC International funds.
Ahmad Zahid was slapped with 47 charges of corruption, criminal breach of trust (CBT) and money laundering.
Previously, it was reported that the government still took the stand that no damages ought to be awarded to The Edge over the suspension of two of its publications, regarding reports on the issue of 1Malaysia Development Bhd (1MDB).
With the benefit of the documents, Mohd Isa and his lawyers will assess whether there is a need to file an amended statement of defence.