KUALA LUMPUR: The Attorney General’s Chambers is still mulling on three representations sent by Datin Seri Rosmah Mansor who is seeking to quash 12 charges of money laundering involving more than RM7mil and five charges of failing to declare her personal income to the Inland Revenue Board (LHDN).

Rosmah had sent her first representation on May 3 last year while her second and third representations were sent respectively on Aug 18 and Dec 13 last year.

Her lawyer Amer Hamzah Arshad told the High Court on Thursday (July 4) that they have yet to receive an answer from the AGC on all three representations.

The proceedings then continued with Amer making his submissions in Rosmah’s application to quash her charges in the case on grounds that the charges against her were baseless.

Amer argued that the charges lacked details, when it should have had all the information regarding the offences.

He also said there were overlaps in the charges where his client was accused of the same offence twice.

Justice K. Muniandy fixed Aug 23 for further submissions in the case.

The wife of former prime minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak filed the application to be discharged and acquitted of 12 money laundering charges involving more than RM7mil and five charges of failing to declare her income to the Inland Revenue Board (LHDN) on Oct 4, 2020.

She allegedly committed all the offences at Affin Bank Berhad, Natural Rubber Building Branch, Jalan Ampang between Dec 4, 2013, and June 8, 2017, and at the LHDN office in Government Complex, Jalan Tuanku Abdul Halim here, from May 1, 2014, to May 1, 2018.

The trial began on Aug 24, last year and two witnesses have testified.