Date: 7 months ago   Category: Society

The prime minister of Malaysia called the death penalty for corruption useless

The prime minister of Malaysia Mahathir Mohamad has said that he doesn't see need for conducting the death penalty for corruption. During the lecture in the center for studying of Islam in London Mohamad has shared the opinion that "corrupt officials need to be sentenced to imprisonment". He has explained it with the fact that "the practice of execution of corrupt officials taking place in some countries can't solve a problem in general", TASS reports. At the same time earlier, in May, 2018, during searches have withdrawn more than 28 million dollars from the former prime minister of Malaysia Najib Razak cash. After that to him have forbidden to leave Malaysia. He together with the spouse was entered in the list of persons who can't leave the country. Photo: Google.Images to Share: execution corruption malaziya prime minister death