However, Hazem had previously testified that the late Datuk Azlin Alias and Low told him that the investment fund was set up to raise money for the ex-prime minister and his political party Umno.
However, Shafee questioned Hazem's claim and accused him of being part of the whole dubious business affairs.
... instead of 1MDB's office which is within a radius of less than 10km.
Former deputy chief secretary to the Cabinet Tan Sri Mazidah Abdul Majid told the court this when she was being cross-examined by Datuk Seri Najib Razak's defence lawyer Tan Sri Shafee Abdullah, in response to questions about cabinet ministers' code of conduct, and how conflict of interests are dealt with when it comes to matters raised in cabinet meetings.
This was revealed by former deputy chief secretary to the Cabinet Tan Sri Mazidah Abdul Majid, the 11th prosecution witness in former premier Datuk Seri Najib Razak's 1MDB-Tanore trial.
Former Cabinet deputy secretary-general Tan Sri Mazidah Abdul Majid, who is the prosecution's 11th witness in the 1MDB-Tanore trial, said today she attended the Cabinet meeting which Najib chaired on Sept 8, 2010.
High Court asks Anwar's lawyers to submit whether state of emergency referral questions will be heard first
It was reported on Feb 8 that four questions of law were posed before the apex court in addition to the Port Dickson Member of Parliament filing a judicial review application last month to challenge emergency.
Former 1MDB chief executive officer Mohd Hazem Abdul Rahman said this in the 1MDB-Tanore trial when questioned by defence lawyer Wan Aizuddin Wan Mohamad about the instructions Jho Low had given to Hazem via an email correspondence. Hazem said when such instructions were made, they would officially be referred to as instructions from the Prime Minister’s Office (PMO) instead of Jho Low himself.
The authorities have filed tax suits against two of the central characters in the 1Malaysia Development Bhd (1MDB) scandal, Casey Tang Keng Chee and Jasmine Loo Ai Swan, for unpaid taxes which amount to RM9.1 million
... after a month’s hiatus.