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An Australian court has purportedly banned reporting of proceedings pertaining t…

An Australian court has purportedly banned reporting of proceedings pertaining to a “multi-million dollar” corruption case that would implicate the leaders of several countries, including “any current or former prime minister of Malaysia”.

The Supreme Court of Victoria “unprecedented” suppression order, dated June 19, was leaked on the anti-secrecy group Wikileaks’ website today.

The order applies only in Australia. It cites, as grounds for the order, the risk of prejudice and that such reporting can be prejudicial to Australia’s national security.

Full story: http://www.malaysiakini.com/news/270136

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