Wednesday, July 28, 2010


Remove him, unseat her ...

5 delicate issues. More calls on blogosphere for the Najib administration to scrutinize the roles of some of its top officials, regulators and former regulators included, for their alleged links with some unsavoury elements, including anti-Najib ones, in the past and possible even now.

Read journo-blogger Bujai's nor-holds barred posting here on the 5 most delicate issues Najib must act on, or else ..

Tuesday, July 27, 2010

Its time to see Prime Minister Datuk Seri Mohd Najib Tun Abdul Razak taking action, I mean serious action on some matters which many regard are of national interest. The people, especially wants the government to act promptly without having such issues to erupt at the Parliament. However, foreign media is already contemplating.

Issue 1 - Should Nor Mohamed Yakcop is suspected to have collaborated in awarding government contracts worth billion of ringgit to Kalimullah, then an investigation should be called. If found guilty, the minister should be removed.

Issue 2 - Should SC chairperson Zarinah Anwar is involved in some irregularities and wrongdoings, she should be investigated, too. As the subject is now hot to the extent that some are already pointing fingers at her husband and also Nor Mohamed Yakcop, the government is left to no choice but to investigate. If she is guilty, unseat her.

Issue 3 - Let the MACC conduct its impartial investigation on a company, Perimeker, where Rosmah Mansor is allegedly stood as one of its director. Perimeker is said to have received a commission of 140 million euros (RM500 million) for the purchase of two French submarines.

Issue 4 - The ambush by police special force (UTK) on the Sultan of Kelantan on May 4, 2010 in Kota Bharu. Its video footage is now on U-Tube. The government cannot just play numb. If any senior police officers, including the IGP and Kelantan police chief are involved, they should bear the consequences.

Issue 5 - The RPK and Bala PI. Get the British Government to extradite them in order to face charges or investigation in Malaysia. The more we prolong it, the general impression the public will have is, yes... there were some truths in their statutory declarations pertaining to the murder case of Altantuya Shaariibuu.

All these are delicate matters. Like it or not, we must investigate and get to the bottom of it. If we keep on delaying it, than we are level with Anwar Ibrahim's sodomy case...

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