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12 May 2016

Najib Razak: Malaysian government accused of media clampdown

Foreign Affairs Correspondent

One of the most serious allegations facing a world leader are those of personal corruption against the Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak. Last year it was revealed that his personal bank account held a staggering $681 million.

Under pressure Razak set up an inquiry which found he’d done nothing wrong and that the money was a gift from a Saudi prince, the bulk of which he’d returned.

Our Asia correspondent Jonathan Miller caught up with Najib Razak. His report has flash photography from the start.