Let MACC investigate; let the PM open and talk about it so that
investigation can be initiated; once that's ongoing, he can at the same
time focus on national matters.
Start behaving like PM, not opposition leader - Muhyiddin's ex-aide tells Anwar
How does a prime minister behave, Marzuki Mohamad? Misappropriate
billions of ringgit like former premier Najib Abdul Razak? Become a
backdoor PM like Bersatu chairperson Muhyiddin Yassin and declare an emergency when he could not prove his support?
Or should he be a lalang
like the Ismail Sabri Yaacob, blowing left and right like the wind,
following whichever side that will help protect his position? Or should he stand up and defend the nation and its people like Prime
Minister Anwar Ibrahim? What Anwar had achieved within his first week
in power, not one PM after Dr Mahathir Mohamad has achieved.
all came and warmed the chair, made themselves, their families, and
cronies rich beyond words, while the poor Malaysians became poorer by
the day. Fisherfolk, padi planters,
and crop cultivators were all taken advantage of by those connected.
They controlled the monopolies of every item that these poor Malaysians
had to slog for daily.
So, Marzuki, how is the PM supposed to behave, protect the people or protect these corrupt individuals? You do not have to worry if your boss had done nothing wrong. If he
is clean as he says, there will be nothing to disclose or uncover.
Yes, it is time Anwar start behaving like a PM, said Marzuki, but does
he mean he wants Anwar to start the culture of “stealing” funds like
some before him?
There are now allegedly unaccountable funds
to the tune of RM600 billion. Some reports say it is RM530 billion,
which were used during the emergency (to deal with the Covid-19
pandemic) while others say it is RM600 billion used during Ismail
No one really knows which is which. Are they no
checks and balances in our system? Is our system really that bad that
funds can just be taken or transferred out without proper scrutiny and
Are senior government officers who are entrusted to take
care of these public funds really yes-men and women who are not able to
carry out their duties in a Bersih, Cekap dan Amanah (clean, efficient, and trustworthy) way?
does Marzuki mean when he says, “Behave like a PM”? What standard is he
referring to? Here is my advice: It is time PN and its cohorts stop the
politicking and let the new government do its job in putting Malaysia
back on the track of recovery.
There has been no real work carried out by the government except politicking since the Sheraton Move.
It is a good blessing that Pakatan Harapan did not win enough seats to
get a simple majority and BN had joined the unity government, because
the situation could be worse if BN was in the opposition.
has come for PN to start being a responsible opposition, and maybe you
could get some advice from Anwar since he has 24 years of experience in
the matter, as claimed by Marzuki.
In the two weeks or so, there have been some steps in the positive
direction taken by the new PM. Allow him to do his job and stop
distracting him and his cabinet.
Coward: I also
suggest your boss act like the opposition and not a sulking child; and
please extend the same advice to PAS president Abdul Hadi Awang.
the new government was formed without you, your boss and your friend
Hadi have just been hurling insults at the government. Anwar just found
something to shut you both up.
If he were to really probe the
RM600 billion claims, he will find something seriously wrong with the
way the money is handled, ditto the RM7 billion for flood mitigation and
the allegation that Perikatan Nasional used money from gambling
companies for the recent election campaign.
(used money from gambling companies)
importantly, the first thing you will know is when authorities come
knocking at your door, not via airwaves. Anwar is just passing a message
to say, stop all this nonsense or I give you something to talk about.
Marzuki, you were once a pawn, always a pawn for Muhyiddin. The former
PM is now feeling the heat from all the postings and questions, while
the insinuations are getting unbearable and getting to him.
Anwar is doing is exactly the basic requirements for someone taking over
an office. In this instant, taking over a government. A composed person
will take stock of the set-up he is taking over. What Anwar is doing now is something too close for comfort for the possible wrongdoers who did not expect to relinquish power.
is wonderful if such advice were given to Muhyiddin during the movement
control order (Covid-19 pandemic) era. You (Marzuki) sewed your lips
shut when Parliament was halted when Muhyiddin claimed those who died
from Covid were a mere “36,000 only”. But no, you feel the need to open
your mouth now, it’s probably due to loyalty (to Muhyiddin).
case you missed it, Anwar had been talking about living costs and
economic issues since his first day, in fact, even during his maiden
press conference as PM10.
He was already seeking advice
from former Petronas president and chief executive officer Hassan
Merican on Tuesday. Boy, have you got a lot to learn before you start to
criticise. Makes you look petty and bitter, just like your boss. Just
look at how he behaved yesterday in a PN ceramah in Padang Serai.
thing I do agree with you about was Communications and Digital minister
Fahmi Fadzil’s immature behaviour during a press conference. He
shouldn’t have taken those calls, or he should have told the persons on
the line, to call later as he was then having a press conference, and
just hang up.
IndigoCat9464: RM600 billion of the
rakyat’s money is no small amount. Let’s say, a few billion were
siphoned off by companies of cronies and family members, although they
were legal when awarded, it is still the rakyat’s money.
extra billions were not siphoned out in the name of business, then it
could have been used to help the cost of living for many poor people
(from all races).
Now, the question is: (1) were the contracts inflated? (2) Did any of the cronies or family members receive the contracts?