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Members of the legal fraternity say that ex-PM Najib Razak, jailed yesterday after his appeal to overturn his conviction and sentence failed, will be able pay his RM210 million fine at any time during the 12-year jail period. – The Malaysian Insight file pic, August 24, 2022.皇冠平台出租（www.hg108.vip）是皇冠（正网）接入菜宝钱包的TRC20-USDT支付系统，为皇冠代理提供专业的网上运营管理系统。系统实现注册、充值、提现、客服等全自动化功能。采用的USDT匿名支付、阅后即焚的IM客服系统，让皇冠代理的运营更轻松更安全。
IT is still unclear whether Najib Tun Razak has paid the RM210 million fine imposed on him in the SRC International Sdn Bhd case or will do so later.
Members of the legal fraternity are of the opinion that the 69-year-old former prime minister may pay the fine at any point during his 12-year jail period.
Lawyer Mohamed Haniff Khatri Abdulla said based on the principal of law, Najib may pay the fine whenever he wants to, but if he doesn’t pay by the time his 12-year term is scheduled to end, an additional five years will be added as per the Federal Court’s ruling.
Lawyer Lim Wei Jiet concurred with the view, saying there was no time limit imposed by the Federal Court for payment.
“Hence, he can pay anytime during the 12 years,” said the counsel.,
Meanwhile, lawyer M. Viswanathan was of the opinion that Najib could pay instalments or even sell property to raise money as provided in Section 283 of the Criminal Procedure Code.
“Normally, a reasonable amount of time will be given to make payment,” he said.
After checks with the authorities, it was still unclear whether Najib had paid the fine or not.
Yesterday, the Apex Court upheld the conviction and 12 years’ jail sentence and RM210 million fine on Najib for misappropriating RM42 million of SRC International funds.
A five-member bench led by Chief Justice Tengku Maimun Tuan Mat dismissed the former prime minister’s appeal to set aside the conviction and sentence imposed by the Kuala Lumpur High Court on July 28, 2020.
Najib had on Dec 8, 2021, failed to overturn the ruling after the Court of Appeal upheld the High Court’s decision. – Bernama, August 24, 2022.