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Sunday, June 24, 2018

Umno polls: Asyraf, Noraini and Zahida announced as new wings leaders

KUALA LUMPUR: It's official! The Umno Youth chief is Datuk Dr Asyraf Wajdi Dusuki, the Wanita chief is Datuk Dr Noraini Ahmad and the Puteri chief is Datuk Zahida Zarik Khan.
The official results of the Umno wings' elections was announced by Umno executive secretary Datuk Seri Ab Rauf Yusoh at Umno's headquarters at Putra World Trade Centre (PWTC), 9pm on Sunday (June 24) after a delay of more than four hours.
Umno veteran Tengku Razaleigh Hamzah, who is contesting for the president post, told Bernama on Sunday that he was happy that all the candidates he supported had won, based on unofficial results at the time.
"God willing, this will give new breath to the party," he said. 
Umno vice-president Datuk Seri Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi, who is also a candidate for the president post, congratulated the trio on Sunday in a Facebook post before the official results were announced.
He aligned himself with the new wings' chiefs by posting a poster of himself with the faces of Dr Asyraf, Dr Noraini and Zahida with the message: "Together, let us rise up in the name of Umno and continue to strengthen and align Umno with the hearts of Malaysians, especially the Malays".-Star


OMG, WTF is wrong with this DAP minister.
Now he says
Yesterday he said
You all go ahead click on those links and read again and don’t go around accusing me of trying to spin.
What the hell is local food anyway?
How about tomyam?
Say properly la.
You want to shut down the mamak restaurants, just say so lah.
No need the drama, okay.
Just a suggestion…what an ass.
Real troublesome to have this kind of minister.
I think this is the new trend.
Today says something, tomorrow says something else.
Today says RM1 trillion debt, tomorrow says RM1 trillion debt and liabilities, the next day says RM1 trillion debt again.
Today says Najib is guilty as hell, tomorrow says we are still gathering evidence.
What la these people.
Next, I don’t know what else they are going to say and then change their statement again.
So tiresome.
Well, never mind.
You all voted in these people into power, so you all bear with their nonsense lah.
That’s the way democracy works.
I’m just glad my favourite Japanese restaurant is not affected.
Go ahead, they can run all the mamak restaurants out of business by barring all those cooks from India working there for all I care .
I’m not all that crazy about mamak food anyway.
By the way, maybe the mamak restaurants can change their designation to Exquisite Southern Indian bistro.
Maybe that way they can get to hire those cooks and frustrate the DAP minister.
– http://lifeofaannie.blogspot.com


If Najib Razak, the defeated prime minister of Malaysia, and his spendthrift wife, Rosmah Mansor, were hoping to relax and forget — even briefly — their legal woes during a family holiday last week, they were in for a disappointment.
Banned from leaving the country, they opted for the resort island of Langkawi for a reunion with family members, including Rosmah’s son, Riza Aziz, a Hollywood financier. But any hopes of a quiet getaway were thwarted when their 30 items of luggage were seen.
The choice of the Andaman Sea destination close to Thai waters unleashed fresh speculation that they might try to slip away by boat or plane. The local police chief, however, assured Malaysians that his officers were monitoring Najib.
The couple, who long revelled in the limelight, have rarely been seen since Najibs’s shock election defeat last month. But they were both pictured in their Kuala Lumpur mansion, watching forlornly as police conducted a two-day raid before carting off 284 of Mansor’s designer bags, luxury watches and $29m (£21.8m) in cash.
They have since given testimony to anti-corruption investigators probing allegations of rampant fraud at 1MDB, the showpiece state investment fund that racked up debt of $10bn after it was set up by Najib in 2009.
Both deny wrongdoing. But while they were trying to put their feet up on their tropical paradise last week, the prospect deepened that the next stop for at least one of them could be behind bars.
First, Mahathir Mohamad, the Malaysian prime minister, revealed that prosecutors had put together an “almost perfect case” against Najib. He also raised the spectre of a legal challenge for Rosmah, saying: “Some of the money is believed to have gone to her — lots of money.”
And then came dramatic developments in another high-profile case swirling around Najib after the father of a Mongolian model murdered in Malaysia in 2006 arrived in Kuala Lumpur to meet Mahathir.
The next day, federal police reopened their investigation of the grisly killing of Altantuya Shaariibuu, who was shot in the head before her body, carrying her unborn child, was blown to pieces by military explosives.
There is widespread suspicion that she was killed because of what she knew about an alleged armaments bribery scandal and senior figures’ private lives.
A cast of characters linked to Najib, who was defence minister at the time, is associated with her gruesome fate. Shaariibuu was the former mistress of a Najib confidant, whom she was reportedly seeking to blackmail over an alleged kickbacks scheme. And she was abducted outside his home by two policemen from Najib’s bodyguard unit.
Her father has lodged a fresh police report naming another Najib insider, his then aide-de-camp, as a potential key new witness.
Najib responded by repeating his insistence that he had never met the dead woman and had no connection to her fate, claiming that he was the victim of a witch-hunt.
He also used his time on Langkawi, in his first media interview since the election, to lament his fate. “People would expect a former prime minister to be treated with decorum,” he told Reuters. “Instead, I’ve been subjected to raids and all the other things. They wanted to tarnish my image in the court of public opinion.”
His protestations of innocence, despite his roles as head of the 1MDB advisory board and finance minister as well as prime minister, earned a scornful riposte from Mahathir.
“Najib always assumes that people are stupid,” he said, noting that his one-time protégé had signed his name on big 1MDB transactions. “If he doesn’t know, it must be he doesn’t understand what a signature means.”
– https://www.thetimes.co.uk/

Dr Wan Azizah You Are The DPM. Dont Say Things Like This. They Will make Fun Of You.

This is the story about Wan Azizah saying that she does not know what is going on over the Siti Kassim arrest.  The Press are having a field day over her "cluelessness". 

This is the Malay Mail. The headline is so sarcastic "DPM clueless"  :

The Malay Mail report is also carried in Yahoo News:

  • Dr Wan Azizah said preoccupied with husband’s health 
  • unaware police arrested Siti Kasim, breaking into her home 
  • DPM said she would leave the matter to the police
  • “I’m sorry, please inform me... I didn’t follow [the news],” she told reporters 
  • “I was so busy with my husband that I could not follow the news,” she said

My comments :  Sadly I must agree with the Malay Mail and Yahoo Malaysia. You should see the critical comments in Yahoo Malaysia.  They say that if you cannot do the job, then do not be the DPM. Stay at home and take care of your family.

Wan Azizah is not only the DPM but she is also the Minister of Women's Affairs. The Police have acted very stupidly against TWO women ie Siti Kassim and the young woman. Surely the Ministry of Women's Affairs must have something to say?

Who is the KSU of the Ministry? Tidor sekali ke?

The Prime Minister, DPM, Ministers, Deputy Ministers all have families and their personal matters to take care.  If their own children fall sick or their spouses are ill of course they have to take care of their families. No one else will. 

But as PM, DPM, Minister you also hold a huge responsibility - taking care of the people.

Siti Kassim and the young woman were arrested, their freedom lost. They spent the night under arrest.  If the leaders do not look into these issues, then who else will?  

You cannot say "I have my own family to care for. I dont know anything about these cases."

If you feel that way, then you cannot or should not hold public office.  Let others step in and do the job of looking over the peoples' affairs.  

Being in office is a new role for Dr Wan Azizah.  I hope she will pick up the skill sets very quickly.  She has my support.

Reopen Scorpene case and handle it in Malaysia, says Suaram

The rights body wants the government to lift entry ban on French lawyer William Bourdon so he can brief officials.
Malaysia purchased two French-designed submarines in a politically-controversial deal in 2002. (Bernama pic)
PETALING JAYA: Human rights body Suara Rakyat Malaysia has proposed that investigations be reopened into the government’s controversial purchase of two French-designed Scorpene submarines in 2002.
Sevan Doraisamy, Suaram’s executive director, also said that the government should lift an entry ban on a French lawyer, William Bourdon, who had been handling a case in France.
Doraisamy said he would bring up the matter next week at a meeting with the Defence Minister, Mohamad Sabu.
“Bourdon was previously barred from coming to Malaysia when he wanted to do a briefing on the case,” he said, adding that Bourdon can provide the latest developments in the case to Mohamad.
He said the government investigations into the deal should be handled in Malaysia, as the issue concerned the federal government.
“Our focus is on misappropriation (of funds) in the purchase of the submarines, involving Malaysian and French companies. At that time, former prime minister Najib Razak was the defence minister.
“If this is possible, either Suaram can get the ball rolling, it can be done on a government to government basis, or we can bring it up with Defence Minister Mohamad Sabu,” he said.
Last year French investigators charged two executives involved in the Scorpene deal, worth USD1.1 billion. The pair are Philippe Japiot, former chairman of DCNI defence contractors, and Jean-Paul Perrier, former chief executive officer of Thales, a defence electronics company.
They were questioned in May last year over accusations of graft and commission. - FMT

Police report lodged against Zeti and Shukri, press conference tomorrow

Pursuant to a notice delivered to Tan Sri Dr Zeti Akhtar Aziz and Dato’ Seri Mohd Shukri Abdull via The Third Force (link below) making known a decision to lodge a police report against them, a report was lodged today at the Balai Polis Sri Hartamas in Kuala Lumpur at 8 pm seeking the police to investigate the duo on suspicion that a conspiracy exists between them to falsely implicate Dato’ Seri Najib Tun Razak of a crime he did not commit. The report, the reasons for which were explicated and contextualized to a considerable extent via the aforementioned notice (link below), is as pictured below:
The police has summoned me to the Balai to have my statement recorded again at 12.30 am

Sidang Media berkenaan penglibatan TS Zeti Akhtar Aziz dan DS Mohd Shukri Abdull dalam kontroversi RM2.6 billion


The Third Force dan Dato’ Lokman Adam telah mengadakan satu sidang media bersama di kawasan Pandan Kuala Lumpur petang tadi berkenaan isu RM2.6 billion melibatkan Tan Sri Zeti Akhtar Aziz dan dana luar negara melibatkan Dato’ Seri Azmin Ali, isteri beliau, adik ipar beliau dan proksi-proksinya.