KUALA LUMPUR (Dec 3): Malaysia’s former leader Najib Razak is set to give his testimony to defend himself against charges of corruption involving a former 1MDB unit.

The ex-prime minister is scheduled to appear in court on Tuesday morning to give a sworn statement and be questioned, after the judge ruled last month that the prosecution had made a successful case against him. Najib is accused of receiving 42 million ringgit ($14 million) of bribes in exchange for approving a state guarantee on a loan.

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