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Former youth and sports minister Syed Saddiq Syed Abdul Rahman has claimed trial to two counts of abetting money laundering of RM100,000.
The Muar MP made the plea when the two charges were read out to him before the Johor Bahru Sessions Court this morning.
According to the two charges framed under Section 4(1)(b) of the Anti-Money Laundering, Anti-Terrorism Financing and Proceeds of Unlawful Activities Act 2001, he was accused of being involved in the transfer of the funds on two occasions on June 16 and 19, 2018.
On each occasion at Maybank Islamic Berhad, Taman Perling in Johor Bahru, he was alleged to have transferred RM50,000 from his Maybank Islamic Berhad account to his Amanah Saham Bumiputera account.
Previously, on July 22 before the Kuala Lumpur Sessions Court, the former Bersatu Youth chief claimed trial for misappropriating RM1.12 million of funds from his former political party.
During this earlier proceeding, the prosecution informed the Kuala Lumpur lower court that the 28-year-old would face further charges at the Johor Bahru Sessions Court.
The prosecution then had also revealed that they would seek to transfer the Johor Bahru Sessions Court cases to be jointly heard with Syed Saddiq’s other cases before the Kuala Lumpur Sessions Court.
If convicted on any of the two fresh charges, Syed Saddiq faces a maximum jail term of 15 years; and can also be fined not less than five times the amount of the alleged illegal proceeds, or RM5 million, whichever is higher.
The accused’s defence counsel Gobind Singh Deo confirmed the outcome of the proceedings before judge Ahmad Kamal Arifin Ismail this morning.
“(Syed Saddiq) claimed trial. The case (has been) transferred to KL (Sessions Court).
“(The case today has been) fixed for mention in KL with the two other cases on Sept 10,” the lawyer said when contacted.
Gobind added that in relation to bail, the court allowed for Syed Saddiq to be released on the same bail previously set by the lower court in Kuala Lumpur.
On July 22, the Kuala Lumpur Sessions Court allowed the accused to be released on RM330,000 bail in one surety.
Syed Saddiq posted an initial RM80,000 bail on that day and posted the remainder RM250,000 bail through crowdfunding.
On July 17 last year, the MACC grilled Syed Saddiq for 11 hours over a report he made a few months earlier in March over the sum of around RM250,000 that he claimed was stolen from his home.
He alleged that most of the missing money was to fund renovations for his house in Petaling Jaya. Of the missing sum, it was alleged that RM90,000 belonged to him whereas RM50,000 belonged to his mother and RM70,000 to his father.