Ezam delivers report on minister
PUTRAJAYA, Sat, June 30 - Former Parti Keadilan Rakyat stalwart Ezam Mohd Noor yesterday handed over a thick document to the Prime Minister’s Office, alleging corruption against a minister.
Ezam, who now heads Gerak, a movement for democracy and anti-corruption, brought the 632-page document at 10.30am to support the allegations of corruption and criminal breach of trust. He was accompanied by several supporters.
Speaking after handing over the document to the prime minister’s senior private secretary, Ahmad Yaacob, Ezam said the document comprised two police reports lodged against the minister in 1998, statements from the Malaysian Commission of Companies, receipts and payment invoices amounting to millions of ringgit.
Gerak, he said, would leave it to Prime Minister Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi to reveal the identity of the minister concerned as "it involves a serving minister and not a former minister".
Ezam recently resigned from PKR, where he had served as its youth chief. NSTOnline