Malaysian Civil Court to try Sh. Altantuya’s case

On November 10, Undesnii Shuudan Daily wrote that a case related to a Mongolian woman who was assaulted to death in Malaysia will be tried. The terrifying case is about Mongolia’s fashion model, Sh. Altantuya who was shot and then exploded with a bomb in Malaysia in October of 2006. This cruel murder was not just an ordinary crime, but had business and political characteristics. The press wrote that the Malaysian Prime Minister, Najib and his advisor Baginda were related to this case. Baginda was suspected and investigated in this case. Mr. Shaariibuu, the father of late Sh. Altantuya, frequently demands the Malaysian government and police office to resolve this case justly and resolve the issue of pension for Altantuya’s two orphaned children. Undesnii Shuudan Daily interviewed D. Gankhuyag, head of Consular Office at the Foreign Affairs Ministry about the process for resolving the case. A consul of Mongolia at the Embassy in Thailand went to Malaysia and met with
officials of the Malaysian Foreign Ministry an attorney, and Mongolians staying in Malaysia with the purpose of clarifying how Malaysian courts resolve cases. “According to the Malaysian court system, a criminal court tried the case and imposed the death sentence on two police officers. Now, the case will be discussed in civil court. Therefore, we need to clarify some issues regarding the court proceedings such as when the trial will be held and how to pay the stamp fee,” said D. Gankhuyag. 
Both Mongolian and Malaysian ambassadors have not submitted Letters of Credence mutually causing bilateral diplomatic relations to stagnate. He said, “Mongolia’s Ambassador in Thailand is liable for Malaysia. For Malaysia, its ambassador in Beijing is in charge of Mongolia. It has been two years that the Malaysian ambassador has not presented its Letter of Credence. The Mongolian side is ready to present a Letter of Credence if Malaysian side presents. In general, we are waiting for the Malaysian side.”
B. Ooluun

source: The Mongol Messenger newspaper
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