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The convicted ex-Prime Minister of Malaysia temporarily released for the period of the appeal

Sentenced to 12 years in prison court of first instance for abuse of power, breach of trust and money laundering by former Prime Minister of Malaysia Najib Razak temporarily released on bail for the period of appeal to the court of Appeal, said on Wednesday the online version of the newspaper the Star.

Protection ex-the Prime Minister will make during the day Wednesday additional cash collateral in the amount of one million Malaysian ringgit (235,3 thousand dollars), the report said.

In Malaysia, the court sentenced ex-Prime Minister to 12 years in prison

A court in Malaysia has sentenced former Prime Minister Najib Razak to 12 years in prison on charges of abuse of power and criminal deception of trust, reports local newspaper the Star.

Razak in the case of the billion-dollar theft from the state investment Fund 1MDB has been charged with three counts of criminal deception of trust, one count of abuse of authority and three counts of money laundering.

The court in Malaysia declared ex-Prime Minister guilty on the case of embezzlement of funds

The court of Kuala Lumpur in Malaysia, found former Prime Minister Najib Razak guilty on all seven counts in a case involving billions of dollars of theft from the state investment Fund 1MDB, reports New Straits Times.

Earlier it was reported that the court found the PM guilty of abuse of power. Razak on this matter charged with three counts of criminal deception of trust, one count of abuse of authority and three counts of money laundering.

Former Prime Minister of Malaysia was found guilty of abuse of power

The court of Kuala Lumpur in Malaysia, found former Prime Minister Najib Razak guilty of abuse of power in a case involving billions of dollars of theft from the state investment Fund 1MDB, reports New Straits Times.

"Najib Razak was convicted of one count of abuse of power in the court in the case of SRC International", - reported in Twitter account Newspapers.

Singapore and Malaysia partially renew the mutual visits of the citizens

Singapore and Malaysia resume mutual visits of the citizens having long-term residence permits, officials and people travelling on urgent business need, reports the Sunday online version of the newspaper Straits Times.

A new procedure of entry and exit for these categories of citizens shall come into force on August 10. Data necessary for border crossing documents and procedures will be published in the coming days, the report said.

In Mexico, the pandemic COVID-19 slowed the growth of the production of tequila

The production of tequila in Mexico under the impact of a pandemic of a novel coronavirus in the second quarter, greatly slowed the pace of growth, however, industry representatives expect positive results for the year.

From January to June, the volume of production of tequila made 188,9 million litres, which is 4.2% more than in the same period last year, when it produced 181,2 million liters.

Expert: in Malaysia you can fly charters from Russia

Between Russia and Malaysia in the future may open direct air links, the launch of the tourist traffic to the resorts of the country prevented the pandemic coronavirus, according to ATOR.

As reported by the marketing specialist of the Moscow office of the tourism representative office of Malaysia in Russia Alexander Share, the minimum increment of cases in the state is one of the leading positions.

In Malaysia said that all the recent cases COVID-19 in the country of "import"

Malaysia increased the number of people infected with coronavirus citizens, recently returned home from a number of countries, including from Russia, said Director General of the Department of public health of the Ministry of health Malaysia Nur Niches Abdullah, quoted by the online version of the newspaper the Star.

Nur Niches Abdullah announced that Malaysia on Tuesday no new cases of infection within the country, however, reported cases of infected citizens returning from abroad, including from Russia.

Malaysia has arrested nearly two thousand border crossers

Malaysian law enforcement officers arrested in the period from 1 may to 12 July almost 2,000 violators of the country's borders, and people smugglers, said Monday at a press conference in Kuala Lumpur senior Minister for security Affairs Malaysia Ismail Sabri Yaakob.

The Minister publishes the Internet version of the newspaper the Star.

Closed borders can destroy the tourism industry of Singapore

The tourism industry of Singapore, which has brought $ 20 billion of revenue last year, according to experts, can be virtually destroyed because of the closed borders, reports the Bangkok Post.

Now hotels and attractions of the city-States should only rely on the locals. "If we get back to international business, the hotel industry will be destroyed, because up to 90 percent of our orders come from international travelers," said Michael Issenberg, chief Executive officer, Asia Pacific division, the largest hotel operator in Singapore.

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