Malaysians will be glued to reports from the courts again today.
This time it involves former finance minister Lim Guan Eng who will be facing three charges of corruption and abuse of power relating to the Penang undersea tunnel project.
According to The Star,
Guan Eng will be facing one corruption charge at the Kuala Lumpur Special Corruption Court today (7 August) while the other two charges for abuse of power will be at the Penang Sessions Court on Monday (10 August).
More days in court
The report also detailed that Lim is expected to face an additional two abuse of power charges relating to a different case at the Penang Sessions Court on Tuesday (11 August).
This is supposedly with regards to the purchasing of a bungalow and land in Penang in 2015.
Last night, reports emerged detailing how Lim was arrested after arriving at the MACC headquarters at around 9.30pm.
MACC officials have been investigating the RM6.3bil Penang undersea tunnel project and have questioned Lim several times pertaining to the matter.