The Australian court suppression order naming several regional leaders including those from Malaysia does not imply they have been involved in any wrongdoing, said the Australian embassy in Indonesia.
In a statement yesterday, it said the Australian government had obtain the order to protect political figures from “unwarranted innuendo”, regardless of whether persons named in the order had been implicated in the Securency corruption scandal.
“The government considers that the suppression orders remain the best means for protecting the senior political figures from the risk of unwarranted innuendo.
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‘Suppression order doesn’t imply wrongdoing’
The Australian embassy in Indonesia says this is to guard against ‘innuendo’.