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Najib Razak

Dato' Sri Haji Mohammad Najib bin Tun Haji Abdul Razak (born 23 July 1953) is the sixth, and since 2009, Prime Minister of Malaysia.[1] He previously held the post of Deputy Prime Minister from 7 January 2004 until he succeeded Tun Abdullah Ahmad Badawi as Prime Minister on 3 April 2009. Najib is President of the United Malays National Organisation (UMNO). He is the son of Malaysia's second prime minister, Tun Abdul Razak[2] and the nephew of Malaysia's third prime minister, Tun Hussein Onn. Najib is also the Minister of Finance.

Prime Minister and Deputy Prime Minister RM609mil expense on national tour
The government had dispensed RM608.68 million over a period of 12 weeks meet the expenses of Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak and his deputy Muhyiddin Yassin's official nationwide visits.
Financial Cost (MYR): 609000000
At least RM 73 mil advertising campaign by BN funded by taxes
The Malaysian Insider quotes research about spending by the Prime Minister's Office on election advertising and concludes that at least RM 73 million has been spent on the Barisan Nasional advertising campaign in March.
Financial Cost (MYR): 73000000
Malaysian Scorpene Submarine Corruption Case
Regarding commissions of over RM500 million paid by Malaysian Government to Perimekar a company owned by a close aide of Najib Razak
Financial Cost (MYR): 542000000
Irregularity in Award of Ampang LRT extension award
Allegations of possible irregularity and interference in award of tender for Ampang LRT extension to George Kent, with reports showing that it doe not pass technical requirements of tender
Financial Cost (MYR):
Tabung Ekonomi Kumpulan Usaha Niaga (Tekun) Public fund for UMNO members
RM 1.6 billion federal funds used for loans prioritize for UMNO members
Financial Cost (MYR): 650000000
Wastage of Public Funds on Executive Jets
RM182 Million spent in 2012 for maintenance and flights costs for fleet of private planes and helicopters. Used for personal holidays as well as in election campaigns.
Financial Cost (MYR): 182000000

Issues in which this person indirectly implicated, such as personally or on a board allowing this issue to happen, conflict of interest or benefitting in some way as a result of this issue.

National Feedlot Centre Scandal
Criminal breach of trust
Financial Cost (MYR): 250000000
Port Klang Free Zone
Cost overruns of RM12 Billion ringgit
Financial Cost (MYR): 12500000000
Deputy Finance Minister Ahmad Maslan wrote to heads of GLCs to spend more of their advertisement budget at Umno-owned Utusan Malaysia and Berita Harian.
Conflict of interest case in which finance ministry requesting formally that Government Linked Companies spend advertising money on newspapers owned by the political parties of the current federal government (BN).
Financial Cost (MYR):

Issues for which this person has publicly support.

Attorney General Fabrication of Evidence
Allegation that Tan Sri Abdul Gani Patail and Tan Sri Musa Hassan for fabricating evidence in Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim’s “black eye” incident.
Financial Cost (MYR):
Sabah Timber Corruption
Malaysia’s Foreign Minister Musa Aman and brother Anifah Aman Chief Minister of Sabah alleged to be the secret beneficiary of lucrative timber licences in Sabah’s dwindling Forest Reserves
Financial Cost (MYR): 285000000
West Coast Highway from Taiping to Banting Award
KEuro company known principally for making and selling granular and powder-activated carbon was given a RM7.07 billion highway deal due to its “efforts and expenses” for a similar highway project that was cancelled.
Financial Cost (MYR): 7070000000
Lynas Corporation Rare Earth Plant
Despite overwhelming negative public reaction, this plant is still being pushed and temporary license provided despite lack of public consultation and finalization of environmental issues such as disposal of waste. In addition the company has been provided with a 12 year tax break.
Financial Cost (MYR): 3400000000

This person holds position or shares in the following organization(s)

United Malays National Organisation
The United Malays National Organisation,(abbreviated as UMNO) (Malay: Pertubuhan Kebangsaan Melayu Bersatu; Jawi: ڤرتوبوهن كبڠسأن ملايو برساتو)is Malaysia's largest political party; a founding member of the National Front coalition, which has played a dominant role in Malaysian politics since independence.

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