Former Johor state executive councillor Datuk Abdul Latif Bandi was charged at the Sessions Court today with 33 counts of corruption involving RM30 million over a housing and land scandal in the state.
The Star Online reported that Abdul Latif, who used to helm the Johor Housing and Local Government Committee, was charged under Section 28(1)(c) of the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) Act.
Section 28(1)(c) prohibits the abetting or engagement in a criminal conspiracy to commit any offence under the Act.
Abdul Latif was reportedly charged with a property consultant named Amir Sharifuddin Abdul Raub. Both face 33 charges each.
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