Nur Jazlan,Why Najib RM2.6b not probed under Section 124C, asks Ambiga
The timing of the removal ... cannot all be alluded to fate, but sly human interventions.
So Prime Minister Najib corruptly offered Nur Jazlan Mohamed the deputy home minister
Coincidences after coincidences, and circumstances cannot be so precise even if willed by God's prophets.Recall Najib saying that he had not interfered in the investigations but he never explained how a sitting AG was, without warning, was removed. That clearly said that the highest legal office in the country is allegedly controlled by the government so we can forget about its independence and the upholding of justice. To challenge the higher powers, one must be squeaky clean. If there's a closet of skeletons that Malaysian Official 1 (MO1) knows about, that would explain why Gani went down meekly. The fox is in charge of the henhouse, and in Malaysia even the hens don't complain.
“1MDB has their own source of authority not from the (Finance) Ministry (MOF) but directly from the prime minister, and the prime minister also as the finance minister. So they bypassed the government’s due process framework lah,” he had remarked.
did Nur Jazlan respect and understand that administration of criminal justice must be upheld at its utmost level.The Public Accounts Committee’s (PAC) investigation on 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB) will be temporarily suspended as Datuk Nur Jazlan Mohamed is stepping down as chairman after his appointment as deputy home minister.
Every good drama needs a few sub-plots whirling through the mainframe. The most captivating within our current political theatre is Why RM2.6b not probed under Section 124C,
It is perfectly valid to point out that we do not have proportional representation.the Malaysians understand this, which is why it has taken over six decades of experience for a murmur to crystallize into a cause. They might have remained content with the status quo if they felt that they were getting economic benefits on par with others. They now realize that instead of an economy, those who usurped their vote left them only with a harvest of fear. The young Malays are tired of clichés. political discretion is not going to disguise a perception shift on the ground.These are early days yet, and politics is too volatile for predictions.is not going to disguise a perception shift on the ground.These are early days yet, and politics is too volatile for predictions.Khairuddin ask Apandi to resign had criticised Apandi's handling of the 1MDB matter, calling him "haprak Apandi is a government officer. The position of the attoney-general is part of the civil service
"What was the motive for closing two eyes on Altantuya's murderers?", "How did the government use a gambling kingpin to assist in securing the security of our country?", and "Why was a senior minister asking the Malays to boycott only Chinese traders?"no action taken former prime minister Dr Mahathir Mahathir is doing a pretty good job on his own in keeping the pressure on 1Mlaysia Development Bhd (1MDB).Attorney-general are meant to serve the people, criticising attorney-general is not a crime In a democracy the people are supreme and all authorities, whether Prime Minister or Ministers,judges, legislators, bureaucrats, police, army and so on are servants of the people. Since the people are the masters and judges their servants, the people have a right to criticise attorney-general just as a master has the right to criticise his servant.The rise of populist leaders who feed on anxiety and create divisions have existed before, but history tells us that these are almost always transient phases, a periodic itch that societies scratch furiously, but briefly.
Ambiga also criticised Nur Jazlan for his comments on United Nations representative Maina Kiai
"This guy, who is not Malaysian and works for a foreign organisation, comes here and tells the people to demonstrate and criticise the government. He is interfering in Malaysia.
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