“Semua diminta bertenang”

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That was the Utusan Malaysia mast story, with the photo of Prime Minister Dato’ Sri Mohd. Najib Tun Razak and Deputy Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Mohd. Yassin shaking hands at last night’s CIMB Open House at KL Hilton.

Yet, fifteen hours after this photo was shot, came the shocking news that Muhyiddin was sacked as the Deputy Prime Minister and Education Minister. Four other Ministers got the boot (including one whose tenure-ship as a Senator expired) too in the Cabinet Reshuffle, announced minutes past one pm.

NST story:

Zahid appointed DPM in new Cabinet line-up

28 JULY 2015 @ 2:12 PM KUALA LUMPUR: Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak has announced a Cabinet reshuffle that sees Datuk Seri Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi appointed Deputy Prime Minister, as well as seven new ministers and nine new deputy ministers.

Speaking at a press conference in Putrajaya, which was telecast live on TV, Najib said the new line-up will strengthen the Cabinet to face challenges in managing the country before the 14th general election.

He said the decision to replace Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin with Zahid, as well as appointment of new ministers and changes in portfolio were taken after taking into account political considerations and administrative needs.

Najib said the Cabinet must act as a united team in whatever situation, and stay focused on the national agenda in the face of various issues that arise. “I can accept differences in opinion and criticisms as part of the decision-making process, but these differences in opinion should not be in an open forum that can affect the government negatively,” he said.

Najib said the decision to replace Muhyiddin is very difficult but necessary for the Cabinet to move as a united team. He also expressed gratitude to Muhyiddin and the ministers and deputy ministers who are no longer in the Cabinet, for their contribution to the country.

Highlights of the new Cabinet line-up, which takes effect July 29 2015, include:

• Prime Minister and Finance Minister: Datuk Seri Najib Razak

• Deputy Prime Minister and Home Minister: Datuk Seri Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi

• Education Minister: Datuk Seri Mahdzir Khalid

• Transport Minister: Datuk Seri Liow Tiong Lai

• Health Minister: Datuk Seri Dr Subramaniam

• Tourism and Culture Ministry: Datuk Seri Mohamed Nazri Abdullah

• Defence Minister: Datuk Seri Hishammuddin Hussein

• International Trade and Industry Minister: Datuk Seri Mustapa Mohamed

• International Trade and Industry Minister II: Datuk Seri Ong Ka Chuan

• Energy, Green Technology and Water Minister: Datuk Seri Dr Maximus Ongkili

• Natural Resources and Environment Minister: Datuk Dr Wan Junaidi Tuanku Jaafar

• Plantation Industries and Commodities Minister: Datuk Seri Douglas Uggah Embas

• Agriculture & Agro-Based Industry Minister: Datuk Seri Ahmad Shabery Cheek

• Rural and Regional Development Minister: Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob

• Second Finance Minister: Datuk Seri Ahmad Husni Hanadzlah Foreign Minister: Datuk Seri Anifah Aman

• Science, Technology and Innovation Minister: Datuk Wilfred Madius Tangau

• Women, Family and Community Development Minister: Datuk Seri Rohani Abdul Karim

• Works Minister: Datuk Seri Fadillah Yusof

• Human Resources Minister: Datuk Seri Richard Riot • Federal Territory Minister: Datuk Seri Tengku Adnan Tengku Mansor

• Education and Higher Learning Minister: Datuk Seri Idris Jusoh

• Youth and Sports Minister: Khairy Jamaluddin

• Urban Wellbeing, Housing and Local Government Minister: Datuk Abdul Rahman Dahlan

• Domestic Trade, Co-operatives and Consumerism Minister: Datuk Hamzah Zainudin

• Communication and Multimedia Minister: Datuk Seri Dr Mohd Salleh Keruak

• Minister in Prime Minister Office: Datuk Mah Siew Keong, Datuk Seri Jamil Khir Baharom, Datuk Seri Idris Jala, Datuk Seri Joseph Kurup, Datuk Joseph Entulu anak Belaun, Datuk Seri Shahidan Kassim, Datuk Paul Low, YB Nancy Shukri, Datuk Seri Abdul Wahid Omar, Datuk Dr Wee Ka Siong, Datuk Seri Azalina Othman

Read More : http://www.nst.com.my/node/93608

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Prime Minister Najib did not mince his words about taking discern and even dissenting views. However, it should be made in a consultative fashion, within limited access of public consumption. This sacking also demonstrated that he is able to make decisive moves.

Meanwhile, Muhyiddin issued this last statement for being allowed to serve in the capacity of Deputy Prime Minister and Education Minister the last six and a quarter years. He vowed to continue to serve the party.

KENYATAAN MEDIA
YBHG TAN SRI DATO’ HJ MUHYIDDIN HJ MOHD YASSIN
Bismillahirrahmanirrahim.
Alhamdulillah, saya mengucapkan terima kasih kepada YAB Perdana Menteri kerana telah memberikan peluang kepada saya untuk berkhidmat dalam pentadbiran kerajaan persekutuan sebagai Timbalan Perdana Menteri bermula 10 April 2009.
Saya juga mengucapkan terima kasih kepada semua ketua-ketua jabatan, pegawai-pegawai kerajaan, pemimpin pertubuhan bukan kerajaan dan semua pihak yang telah menyokong saya sepanjang saya menjalankan tugas sebagai Timbalan Perdana Menteri.
Saya menerima keputusan YAB Perdana Menteri untuk menggugurkan saya daripada kabinet dengan hati yang terbuka. Saya menghormati kuasa prerogatif YAB Perdana Menteri untuk melantik dan menggugurkan mana-mana anggota kabinet.
Sebagai Timbalan Perdana Menteri, saya telah terlibat secara langsung dalam pembuatan dasar-dasar kerajaan dan melaksanakan tugas-tugas yang dipertanggungjawabkan kepada saya dengan penuh amanah. Selama saya berkhidmat, saya sentiasa mendokong semua dasar kerajaan dan menyokong kepimpinan YAB Perdana Menteri.
Kecuali dalam isu 1MDB, saya mempunyai prinsip dan pendirian saya sendiri dalam mempertahankan hak rakyat, nama baik parti dan kepentingan negara. Jika kerana pendirian saya dalam isu ini menyebabkan saya digugurkan daripada kabinet maka saya redha.
Saya akan sentiasa setia kepada perjuangan UMNO. Sebagai Timbalan Presiden UMNO, saya akan terus melaksanakan amanah yang telah dipertanggungjawabkan kepada saya dan mencurahkan khidmat bakti saya demi memperkukuhkan parti serta mengembalikan keyakinan orang Melayu dan rakyat kepada UMNO.
Kepada Allah saya berserah.

TAN SRI DATO’ HJ MUHYIDDIN HJ MOHD YASSIN
28 Julai 2015

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In many ways, Muhyiddin saw this coming when he repeated his thoughts about the highly controversial Malaysian Government strategic investment corporation 1MDB outside within the closed door UMNO events. This time, at UMNO Cheras Division meeting on Sunday night, where he was aware that the media was there.

It is time for BN and especially UMNO members at any levels, to remain calm and not react to this.

The justification about sacking Muhyiddin as Prime Minister Najib puts it is very clear. One cannot be of discern and dissent thoughts and opinion but be very mindful where these thoughts and opinion are shared.

Prime Minister Najib unlike his liberal approach of allowing others to view their thoughts, he is eery serious about party discipline and toeing the party lines.

If there are UMNO members and supporters especially leaders are emotional and tend to be irrational about this, then the half deadish Opposition is looking this as a carpe diem moment.

*Updated 1700hrs

This is the NST story on Muhyiddin’s statement:

Muhyiddin: I accept the decision

BY THARANYA ARUMUGAM

– 28 JULY 2015 @ 4:43 PM KUALA LUMPUR: Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin has given his assurance that he will continue to be loyal and serve Umno as the deputy president.

Muhyiddin, who has been dropped from the cabinet thanked Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak for giving him the opportunity to serve in the government as his deputy since April 10, 2009.

In a statement, he said he accepted the decision with an open heart. “I also thank all the heads of departments, government officials, non-governmental organisations and all those who have supported me throughout my tenure as the deputy prime minister.

“I accept this decision with an open heart and respect the prime minister’s prerogative to elect and drop any cabinet members,” he said in a statement issued on Facebook.

As the deputy prime minister, Muhyiddin said he had been directly involved in policy making and had carried out his duties responsibly.

“Ever since I stepped into the position, I had always supported all government policies and the leadership of the prime minister, except in the 1MDB (1Malaysia Development Bhd) issue where I have my own principles and stand in protecting the people’s rights, and the party’s as well as the nation’s good name.

“If my stand (on 1MDB) resulted in me being dropped from the cabinet, I accept it,” he said.

Muhyiddin stressed that he would always be loyal in championing Umno’s cause and would continue to carry out his responsibilities as Umno deputy president.

“I will go on serving the public to strengthen the party, as well as to enhance the Malay community’s confidence in Umno,” he added.

Read More : http://www.nst.com.my/node/93649

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The half-deadish and politically bankrupt Opposition already attempted to fish in troubled waters by quickly initiating to capitalise on this Cabinet Reshuffle. The wanted to moot a vote of no confidence at the Dewan Rakyat to throw Prime Minister Najib out.

The Star story:

Published: Tuesday July 28, 2015 MYT 4:05:00 PM
Updated: Tuesday July 28, 2015 MYT 4:57:09 PM

Cabinet reshuffle: Opposition MPs to move no-confidence vote against Najib

BY SIMON KHOO

PETALING JAYA: Opposition MPs will move a vote of no-confidence against Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak.

Pandan MP Rafizi Ramli (pic) said MPs from Barisan Nasional who loved the country should support the motion, together with MPs from PKR, DAP and Gerakan Harapan Baru (GHB).

“We have not set any time frame to table the motion which can be done in the next Parliament sitting or outside.

“Of course, we need the numbers and that is why we are making an open invitation to all MPs, including those from Barisan Nasional.

“If we sit down and wait for Umno to do it, it would never happen,” he said during a press conference here on Tuesday.

A total of 17 MPs from the three parties signed a joint statement, read out by GHB leader Mohamad Sabu.

In the statement, the MPs proposed to set up a transition government and to appoint an interim prime minister to govern for a year, before the next general elections was called.

The MPs agreed to appoint an elder statesman to replace Najib which could be from any parties, including Umno.

Several terms are also included namely reforming important institutions to ensure a fair elections, resolving pressing issues such as 1MDB and bring those guilty to book and a revision of economic policies which are a burden to the people.

It is learnt a delegation will be formed to start meeting certain MPs and convince them to support the motion.

To a question why PAS MPs were not in the list, Mohamad Sabu said the question should be posed to the Islamist party.

However, he said PAS was welcomed to support the motion so that there could be “finality to the full blown crisis.”

DAP MP Tony Pua said there should be a new alignment of progressive leaders and that all political players must join hands in line with a new political culture.

He said there must not be any partisan politics and voters should demand their respective MPs to support the motion to remove Najib.

“The situation now is akin to a repeat of the leadership crisis in 1998.

“The Opposition MPs will not take it lying down if there are attempts to put us behind bars and suppress press freedom,” he said, adding that the country should not be made to suffer due to one person’s attempts to hang on to power.

The MPs also issued a warning to the Government of people taking to the streets should it happen.

They will also be supporting a rally to be organised by Bersih soon.

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It is quite clear Barisan Nasional MPs are with Prime Minister Najib. The Cabinet Reshuffle set to bring a further transformation to already several transformation plans wheels set in motion and steaming up along the set rail lines.

Most importantly, everyone should think strategically and not pander into their emotions, and continue to remain calm. Especially two days before British Prime Minister David Cameron comes to town.

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  1. What a humongous load of rubbishy CRAP!

    Those with integrity and honesty are axed. Those blind dim-witted bootlickers are “rewarded”??

    Najib has just knocked the last nail into his stinking coffin.

    “Semua diminta bertenang” is the understatement of 2.6 billion centuries.

  2. Calm we all should be. But answers we all should get. Within reasonable time.

    Now more questions will be asked. How would the new AG pursue the Special Task Force investigation? Who will be the new PAC Chairman and what would be his posture?

    Most importantly, when are we going to get answers on the Ambank account funds etc?

    • Betul, “Within reasonable time” Tapi

      1MDB probe by PAC will be temporarily suspended ..
      The Sun Daily – ‎34 minutes ago

      .. until a new chairman and committee members are appointed in Parliament in October.

  3. So, Big Dog, I take it you agree with the modus operandi of our beloved PM? If you are not with me, you are against me and I will toss you out like yesterday’s garbage……

    • “our beloved PM”? Tak tau lah. Dia memang banyak kuasa. La ni dia gunakan kuasa itu sapenuh nya. Banyak yang merongot. Termasuk puak puak UMNO. Aku rasa kalah UMNO/BN di PRU14 kalau terus mcm gini.

      • He uses the kuasa for his own personal interest, avoiding answering questions on the bank accounts, etc.

        I think the Malays especially and the country as a whole will suffer as long as he is at the helm. I’m also losing confidence of an UMNO/BN win at PRU14.

        I hate the idea of the Opposition ruling the country. Najib is to be blamed.

      • Berdasarkan rasa on the ground and all my whatsapp groups, bukan rasa kalah lagi, tapi pasti akan kalah. Seperti saya yg tak pernah gagal mengundi Umno sejak 1981, kali ini 7 undi from my famili in P. titiwangsa will go to PAS if Najib dan Rosmah tidak diturunkan.

    • Yang lain lain merongot dapat di bayangkan dari

      Facebook mob hankers for Najib Razak’s resignation

      PETALING JAYA: The Facebook page of Prime Minister Najib Razak has been inundated with nasty messages by Malaysians tired of his leadership and now even more angered by the dropping of Muhyiddin Yassin as his deputy prime minister.

      Malaysia’s stock market falls after Cabinet reshuffle
      Malay Mail Online – ‎19 minutes ago‎

      After shock removal, Muhyiddin’s house becomes a rallying point for supporters
      TODAYonline – ‎41 minutes ago‎

  4. The minister of finance is the worst performer of the lot and should have been the first to be shown the door. But i guess since the minister of finance isnt raising any dissenting views in public on 1mdb, he gets to stay on.
    In reality, this is going from bad to worse. I thought the worst had passed but im beginning to think that it might just be “bad”.
    The pm is going too far in defending himself.

  5. Oh well. Screw Najib.Pangkah je PAS.

  6. Even if the PM has the prerogative to appoint or dismiss members of cabinet, the privilege should be exercised cautiously , not recklessly.

    The removal of the Attorney General who was watching into the works of probing 1MDB is raising eyebrows around the world with Sarawak Report already lobbying for the cancellation of PM Cameron visit to Msia, since Cameron himself put the fight against corruption as one of his core agendas.

    Also the practise of collective responsibility among Cabinet members should be applied only to govt policies, not on something out of the woodworks like 1MDB. If TS Muhyiddin deemed 1MDB is something he cannot support, then collective responsibility precept cannot be applied as a reason to dismiss him. He did nothing wrong to the govt., the people and the nation.

  7. Agree with PAS deputy president that Najib’s political survival is the reason for Muhyiddin sacking.

    I hope God will not let him survive long. PAS sembahayang hajat to KO UMNO. It did not KO UMNO but UMNO got the worst election results ever and lost 2/3 majority in Parliament under Najib.

    Maybe some UMNO factions will sembahyang hajat to KO Najib from UMNO leadership so that Muhyiddin will lead UMNO.and it will become strong again and win PRU14.

  8. It is quite fun to watch UMNO destroy itself from within

    • You forgetting that Pakatan Rakyat is already destroyed and dead?

      PKR is headless after Anwarul Al Juburi is imprisoned, his wife not respected by Kit Siang and Tokong Lim who declared that Pakatan was dead without even consulting her.

      PAS was kicked out by DAP in the same process. But DAP has been half dead since hundreds of non-Lims supporting members complained of not being informed of CEC election date and venue that caused the Registrar of Societies not recognising DAP CEC for 2 years.

  9. Shahrir Abdul Samad is trying his VERY best to defend Najib’s new cabinet.

    He is FAILING miserably. Not eloquent at all, unable to grasp the key issues, he depends heavily on his JADED experience to justify Najib’s desperate decisions.

    Poor chap – the more he opens his mouth the further away he gets in trying to convince the audience. As an expired item, he should be placed into the redundant trash bin.

    If he thinks he’s smart with high IQ – he critically needs a brain scan. Cannot make it. Lan 3.85 wins hands down.

  10. bd… at least Mahyuddin sebagai manusia yg berani membelakang kepentingan diri sendiri dan mempunyai perasaan tanggung jawab seorang pemimpin yg di pilih oleh ahli dan rakyat telah menyuarakan isi hati dan perasaan rakyat terhadap kepimpinan Najib..

    yang lain semua nya tak ubah seperti politikus yg hanya berani bila kucing betina tidur di waktu malam.

  11. Ah Jib Gor is digging his own grave…”semua diminta bertenang!”

  12. Last time I checked, I did not vote in Najib to be PM, rather I voted BN to be the government.

    Malaysia isn’t practicing the American style of democracy where the President is elected directly by the people.

    This, I cannot understand. He doesn’t have and shouldn’t wield his perceived authority over the team that we, the rakyat, put together. Yes, the law permits that, but doesn’t mean he has to do that.

    So, by kicking the number 2 out, he thinks it’s his prerogative?

    I’m guessing when BN falls, he will just take off. You name it, Timbuktu, Somalia, Colombia, all seems like a safe haven for a former leader on a run.

    It’s just a sad day for UMNO and BN. I’m counting the last remaining days.

  13. you never mention the sacking of Gani Patail and the promotion of 4 PAC members? obviously a strategy to stall investigation on 1MDB and possibly to swept it under the carpet.

    as a Johorean, shame on you.

    • I agree on the “strategy to stall investigation on 1MDB and possibly to swept it under the carpet.”

      A sharp observation, my friend.

  14. I’m thinking Muhyiddin knew what he was getting himself into. He is a very seasoned political animal and hv a strong hunch of the stench that is coming from several winds that he actually wanted an exit plan.

    Video footages show Muhyiddin recycled in Cheras UMNO what he already said in Janda Baik over two months ago. Nothing new except The Edge bit.

    Many new information and clarification hv turned up since then. This incl the special 1MDB briefing in cabinet by Arul Kanda on 29 May.

    So it’s unfair for Muhyiddin to say what he said and added “I too had to rely on The Edge”.

    Probably he is getting old and tired. Probably he no longer has the energy and stamina at this age. He is sixty eight and his lovely cucus are growing up quickly. Hence, that is enough personal motivation to throw in the towel.

    So he went against the tide and repeated a call which he already made to an UMNO audience.

    PM Najib must walk his talk and demonstrate he is able to make difficult but summary earth changing decisions.

    Thus, the sacking. He could get rid of some other expired and counter productive ministers too, in a single stroke.

    PM Najib gets his theatrics. Muhyiddin gets to be a ‘Hero’.

    Everyone walks away with their prizes.

    I’m willing to put my bet that Muhyiddin won’t fight back. Maybe some noises here and there (which is expected) but nothing damming.

    At the juncture, he is just left with Deputy President of UMNO & Deputy Chairman of BN. He wouldn’t muck it up and play a very active tactical part on the support for the party digress further.

    Tun Dr. Mahathir is Kedahan. Muhyiddin is a Johorean-Muo. Their perspective and psyche is very different on UMNO .hey may hv met and shared notes but Muhyiddin would never stand up to get UMNO members topple their leadership.

    • “he actually wanted an exit plan”? I don’t think so. He might have thought of the possibility but was as shocked about Najib’s move as half the world.

      “the stench that is coming from several winds”? I wonder what and from where that is. True Najib’s cronies and underlings who have been used to the comfort and luxuries of life under Najib, and the so-called liberals who may not care very much about Malay rights and interests that UMNO was sworn to protect and promote, would blow winds and smelly, stench-ing saliva all over the places.

      Wasn’t it the PMO that came out with the “legacy of wealth” thingy? Those promoting that idea would surely blow really stinking winds. But even Najib’s siblings found it abhorrent to the point of issuing “a written, signed statement” denying Tun A Razak left such a legacy.

    • “Video footages show Muhyiddin recycled in Cheras UMNO what he already said in Janda Baik over two months ago.” Doesn’t that prove that what he said in Cheras was nothing new and that if ok in Janda Baik, it should be ok in Cheras? Anybody from the higher- power-that-be intimated or whispered to him after Janda Baik that it wasn’t and he shouldn’t have done it?

      After all, the norms for the top UMNO leadership were not cast in stone. Muhyiddin was expressing his opinion. Standards on what’s right and what’s not right on the expression of views on 1MDB have not been established, have they. Any directives from the top issued to UMNO at Supreme Council and Ketua Bahagian levels specifying what can and what cannot be said on 1MDB?

      Nobody from the higher-up camp accepted the idea that it was an attempt to get answers that the rakyat wanted. That he tried to put forth the rumblings of those on the ground? That he genuinely was concerned on the prospects of UMNO/BN losing that he spoke about? That the 1MDB briefing in cabinet by Arul Kanda did not provide the answers the rakyat/ voters have been asking?.

      People have been crying out for the truth. People have not been satisfied with mere denials. And Justo had said that the copy given to the two lots of people in Singapore – including the businessmen group – was the original, unedited, un-tampered version. In that context, nothing wrong for Muhyiddin to say what he said and adding “I too had to rely on The Edge”.

    • “Probably he is getting old and tired. Probably he no longer has the energy and stamina at this age. He is sixty eight and his lovely cucus are growing up quickly. Hence, that is enough personal motivation to throw in the towel.”

      What are you talking about, bro? Najib is 62 and only 6 years younger than Muhyiddin. All those you said of Muhyiddin apply to Najib, too, don’t they? Najib has no cucus? Really?

      What “PM Najib must walk his talk” are you talking, pray tell. What “difficult but summary earth changing decisions” when so many others talk about his desperation and his political survival?

      But I concede that he has the power and used it in desperation for his political survival. As for your reference to “other expired and counter productive ministers too”, I take it as your opinion. Which is as good as mine when I say that people like Shafie Afdal really has the interest of UMNO and the Malays at heart. The kind that should make leaders remember the oath that UMNO was sworn to at its formation was to protect and promote the rights, the interests and the well being of the Malays.

      I’m not willing to bet that “Muhyiddin won’t fight back”. I’m thinking of PAS as the alternative to UMNO as talked by some people and PAS won’t allow any betting. But I won’t talk now about the fighting back and what Tun Dr Mahathir and his friends might do. Maybe I’ll talk to you again another time, bro. Salam. Peace in the meanwhile.

    • Ex-AA,

      re, Mahyudin won’t fight back.

      That’s the way I see too , he was never being seen as ambitious enough to be the PM ,and I don’t think he has much ground support ( which I think he never care to Have),he just do what he should as TPM and UMNO timbalan President.

      Najib wont just be able to drop him like that ,if Mahyudin really had the support.

      Anyway , it’s good to know that, there is still Malays in UMNO who still hold on to prinsip perjuangan UMNO yang tulin, I wounder if there’s anya left.

      • I disagree that “Najib wont just be able to drop him like that ,if Mahyudin really had the support.” I agree with others saying Najib was desperate and produced a knee-jerk reaction for his political survival.

        I think there are many more Malays “who still hold on to prinsip perjuangan UMNO yang tulin” but they are the beradab kind, respect their leaders, so among those who felt like Muhyuddin, let Muhyiddin do the talking first.

        We do not know if they would come out speaking up in due course.

  15. Shocking, they say of Muhyiddin’s sacking. At home and abroad. To be expected, some others say. Must follow the leader even if one thinks it’s leading to UMNO/BN losing at PRU14. That which I fear the most.

    And here I am grappling to decide the justifiability of it all. And more and more leaning to the statements that UMNO/BN will go kapputz at the coming GE. Such views have already been expressed in this blog, above.

    Why must all these happen, I ask myself. Why can’t they answer? Or provide the answers. Based on the records. If any not recorded (the dismissed auditors have some idea, I think), based on memory.

    Why “sack” the AG in the first place? On grounds of ill health? When the poor guy didn’t even know that he was going to be replaced yesterday morning. A good civil servant that he is, he did not want to say anything. Yes, such people are often exploited and taken advantage of, aren’t they?

    And we have yet to see whether Gani Patail will fight back. Views have been expressed that the Constitution says removal of the AG requires the formation of a Tribunal. But Gani was removed summarily. By an announcement made by the Secretary to the Government. Which must have shocked him, too. “I don’t know and don’t wish to talk,” said he to the reporters. Poor chap. Removed apparently for doing what he thought was his responsibility as the AG – advising the Special Task Force on 1MDB.

    Now two persons have personally been shocked at their sackings. Cruel world? Politics is dirty? No, I always insist that it’s not the world, it’s not politics, it’s the people. What can we do about it? Well … let’s discuss it.

    • Some say Tan Sri Gani was ‘ escorted’ out of his office room. Know what if that is true , only the Nazi Gestapo and the Bolshevik bloodthirsty radicals would do the same. It is true that there are no bad followers, only bad leaders and salivating evil advisors. Well there is no barakah in the current govt. It will die a shameful death in GE14. That is almost a certainty.

      • Highly possible, very logical – they fear Gani would go out with copies of crucial evidence. Those fearing losing their posts and privileges under Najib would do anything to ensure they can enjoy the same and ensure Najib continue in his post at practically any cost.

  16. PAS it will be for me from now on.


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