Guan Eng and Phang claim trial to graft, Betty Chew to money laundering

Published on 11 Aug 2020 12:42:55 PM

Former Finance Minister Lim Guan Eng pleaded not guilty at the Butterworth Sessions Court on Tuesday (Aug 11) to a charge of using his position as then chief minister of Penang and tender board chairman of the Penang Development Corporation for gratification of RM372,009 over the offer of a project to a company while businesswoman Phang Li Koon pleaded not guilty to a charge of abetting Lim.

Lim's wife Betty Chew Gek Cheng pleaded not guilty to three counts of money laundering by receiving RM372,009 from a company through her bank account.

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