From Louis Vuitton to prison: the meteoric fall of Malaysia’s Najib Razak

Malaysia's former prime minister Najib Razak (C) arrives at the Court of Appeal in Putrajaya, Malaysia, 05 April 2021. EFE-EPA FILE/FAZRY ISMAIL

By Paloma Almoguera Singapore, Sep 18 (EFE).- For years, former Malaysian prime minister Najib Razak and his wife lived a high-flying life on funds embezzled from a state development fund, but a rapid change in fortunes has seen the leader languish in prison and bet on a royal pardon as the last hope for returning … Read more