Perkasa urges Najib to dissolve Parliament, wants Ambiga out of Malaysia
(Malaysian Digest) - Perkasa president, Datuk Ibrahim Ali said Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak should dissolve the Dewan Rakyat after Saturday’s rally-turned-riot.
"The Prime Minister's transformation agenda is almost complete. I want to suggest to Najib, if the condition continues like this, he has no reason to be afraid (to call for the 13th General Election),” said Ibrahim.
“Let the rakyat decide, I am confident that the voters will go for him now,” Ibrahim added.
Ibrahim was addressing the media at a press conference yesterday at Kelab Raja Sultan Sulaiman after the opening of ‘Raja Berdaulat Kasih Dijunjung’ assembly.
Commenting on Saturdays’s Bersih 3.0, Ibrahim alleged that the demonstrators were paid by the opposition to attend the rally.
“I know some of them get RM100 RM200 just for showing up, the opposition spend millions to them,” said Ibrahim who is an independent MP for Pasir Mas.
"I did ask some of them after the assembly. They said they were paid to come. No one would come from far to run around all over the city voluntarily,” he added.
Ibrahim said he believed that Parti Keadilan Rakyat (PKR) provided the fund used to pay the protestors.
"Maybe they were paid by PKR Selangor with some money Kedah, Kelantan, Penang or Jewish moneys," he said.
He said that Bersih co-chairperson Datuk S Ambiga is a “political tool for opposition” and that she should “leave from Malaysia if she thinks that this country is dirty.”
"Ambiga is merely a tool behind the opposition party... I want to tell Ambiga. If you think this country is not good, dirty, then, get out from this country,” Ibrahim added.