🤖 This Week's Recap - 5 July
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Last updated at Jul 9, 2024

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🔎 AG Report

🤖 The Auditor General's Report 2/2024 highlighted significant issues in the management of government projects, including delays and cost overruns in the River of Life initiative and underutilization of broadband infrastructure. The report also criticized the governance and financial practices of the Human Resources Development Corporation (HRD Corp), calling for government intervention to address the mismanagement of hundreds of millions in training funds.

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🔎 Najib

🤖 The High Court has dismissed former Prime Minister Najib Razak's application for a judicial review of his bid to serve the remainder of his 12-year sentence under house arrest, ruling that the supporting affidavits were "purely hearsay". Najib, who is currently serving his sentence at Kajang Prison for corruption related to the 1MDB scandal, will appeal the decision.

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🔎 UK Elections

🤖 In a historic election, the UK has voted for change, sweeping the Conservative Party out of power after 14 years. The Labour Party, led by Keir Starmer, is poised to form a majority government, with projections showing them winning over 400 seats. Prime Minister Rishi Sunak has conceded defeat, acknowledging the "sobering verdict" handed to his party.

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🔎 New Olympic Kit

🤖 The Olympic Council of Malaysia (OCM) has unveiled a redesigned kit for the Paris 2024 Olympics after the initial outfits were widely criticized as "ugly" and "cheap looking". In addition to this, the Malaysian contingent will also wear Rizman Ruzaini-inspired outfits featuring the national flag's colours during the opening ceremony.

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🔎 Aliff Aziz & Ruhainies

🤖 Actors Aliff Aziz and Ruhainies have pleaded not guilty to charges of close proximity (khalwat) at the Federal Territory Syariah High Court in Kuala Lumpur. The duo, who were arrested on March 9 at a condominium, face a maximum fine of RM3,000 or up to two years in jail if convicted under the Syariah Criminal Offences Act. The trial has been postponed to October, with the bail bond for both extended.

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🔎 Joe Biden

🤖 President Joe Biden has blamed his poor debate performance against Donald Trump on jet lag, despite ample preparation. Despite concerns, the 81-year-old remains determined to continue his re-election bid, emphasising its importance.

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🔎 Genting Crash

🤖 The driver of the tour bus involved in the fatal Genting Highlands crash that killed two Chinese tourists has been charged with driving without a valid license. S. Anand Kumar, 32, pleaded not guilty to the charges at the Raub Magistrate's Court. The incident has prompted the Transport Ministry to conduct a nationwide crackdown on bus safety, with a focus on driver qualifications and vehicle roadworthiness.

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🔎 Syed Saddiq

🤖 Muar MP Syed Saddiq completes 200km 'Langkah Muar' run to Parliament, raising RM160,000 for his constituency. The protest run aimed to highlight lack of funding for opposition MPs, with government allocating RM20mil per term for government MPs but nothing for opposition.

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