Bagan MP Lim Guan Eng left the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) building today after being questioned for eight hours.
Today is Lim’s third session with anti-graft officers over the Penang undersea tunnel project.
Lim, who arrived this morning at 10.45am, left the MACC headquarters at about 7pm without speaking to the media.
Yesterday, the former finance minister was questioned for seven hours while last Wednesday, Lim spent six hours at the MACC headquarters.
He was seen coming down with his lawyer and Jelutong MP RSN Rayer at 6.53pm where the pair waited in the MACC’s Customer Service Room on the ground floor for their vehicle to arrive.
The same silver Mercedes Benz which brought them arrived at 6.56pm to pick them up.
Lim and Rayer left the premises without speaking to the media.
An MACC officer said the commission is not done with Lim yet as more questions remain, but indicated that the Bagan MP will not be called for an interview tomorrow.