Nazri reveals of meeting with Guan Eng, Zarul in a pub at the Shangri La
PUTRAJAYA (Nov 16): Bagan member of Parliament (MP) and former Penang chief minister Lim Guan Eng’s graft trial linked to the RM6.3 billion Penang undersea tunnel project will remain at the Sessions Court.
Story 1: Preliminary agreement between CZ-BUCG and Penang govt for mega project drafted by private lawyers, bypassed state legal advisor’s office.
Prosecution seeks to admit late businessman’s statement in Guan Eng’s graft trial
Another witness testifies BUCG had unfair advantage in Penang undersea tunnel project tender.
Trial at sessions court fixed for next Monday will proceed, says Court of Appeal judge Datuk Nor Bee Ariffin.
Neither Penang undersea tunnel nor 3rd bridge viable for now: Ex-Zenith Consortium staff They cite ‘dramatic’ cost increase, say 1 of 3 planned highways may not even be built.
27.9.2021: Feasibility study for Penang undersea tunnel project completed, says Chow (See Project Cost below). SOURCE: Bernama via The EdgeMarkets – September 27, 2021 15:19pm
“According to our consultant, it is more viable to build a bridge because it is more cost-effective and environmentally friendly than the undersea tunnel. “Based on preliminary discussions, it is most probably going to be […]
24.9.2021: Several WhatsApp exchanges between two people who supposedly had links with Lim Guan Eng were brought up in the graft trial of the former Penang chief minister.