Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission chief commissioner Azam Baki said he left it to the agency's investigating officers to further investigate the case of criminal breach of trust, corruption, and money laundering related to the Yayasan Akalbudi funds.
"I leave it to my investigators to investigate the matter," he told reporters after launching the National Governance, Integrity, and Anti-Corruption Research Conference in Sepang today.
On Monday, Deputy Prime Minister Ahmad Zahid Hamidi was granted a discharge not amounting to an acquittal (DNAA) on all 47 of his criminal breach of trust, corruption, and money laundering charges in relation to Yayasan Akalbudi funds.
The decision was made by judge Collin Lawrence Sequerah after hearing 11 grounds that were submitted by deputy public prosecutor Mohd Dusuki Mokhtar in relation to halting the trial.
Yesterday, the Attorney-General's Chambers said the prosecution's application for Zahid to be granted a DNAA on all 47 of his charges was made based on the grounds submitted and accepted by the court.