Monday, July 2, 2012

AFP reports: Scorpene's Sensational Malaysian submarine scandal resurfaces

(AFP) - A scandal linking Malaysia's leader, a young woman's murder and alleged kickbacks in a French submarine deal has resurfaced as a potential danger for the government as elections loom.
Even by the corruption-prone standards of Malaysia's long-ruling coalition, which since 2009 has been headed by Prime Minister Najib Razak, the Scorpene case is explosive.

It centres on allegations that French submarine maker DCNS paid commission of more than 114 million euros to a purported shell company linked to Mr Abdul Razak Baginda, a former close associate of Najib.
Malaysia's opposition claims the payments were kickbacks to top officials involved in a US$1.1 billion deal for Kuala Lumpur to buy two Scorpene-class attack submarines.

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