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WHEN former Asian International Arbitration Centre director (AIAC) N. Sundra Rajoo was charged with criminal breach of trust (CBT) in March 2019, he no longer enjoyed any immunity from prosecution.
The reason: his successor at the arbitration centre had waived all of Sundra’s privileges and immunities he enjoyed upon learning that the government was on the cusp of bringing charges related to the alleged fraudulent use of AIAC funds.
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