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Saturday, October 31, 2015

Nazri, how about asking PM to quit as finance minister?

YOURSAY | 'Pua should not trade his position in the PAC for a debate over TV.’
My Opinion: It does not need Petaling Jaya Utara MP Tony Pua or any MP to remind us there is conflict of interest between Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak and the 1MDB probe, and hence he has to step aside.
By now, adverse inference has already been drawn that Najib has got something to hide.
Anonymous 2341511439892780: I believe Pua will step down from the Public Accounts Committee (PAC) if the PM is willing to lead by example.
Monty: This is Umno's and BN's conclusion? That if Pua goes into the debate with 1MDB president Arul Kanda, he must first resign from PAC?
Perverse logic. Pua would be in the best position to unravel the diabolical mess which is 1MDB.
At this time, it is only the PAC, if the other MPs are honest enough, which can investigate the 1MDB losses as the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) and Bank Negara have been successfully neutralised by Najib and his cronies.
These two agencies have still not gone past their statements that 'investigations' are still taking place, months after the revelations had been made. And shockingly, nobody has yet the courage to get a statement from the PM.
As for the debate, it is clear that Arul is as cunning as his boss. The main aim is to get Pua out of PAC. Arul will then give sweeping explanations at the debate, knowing full well that viewers would have no idea what is going on with the 1MDB accounts.
Would it be too much to expect that RTM would also invite a few accountants and economists to be present and able to ask some questions too?
SOS: Pua, while it is tempting, do not fall into the trap of resigning from the PAC. The debate could be a whitewash with Arul being vague and claiming everything happened before his time.
At least in the PAC you can be more thorough and ask for documented verification. We are patient, and in the meantime, you are doing great job piling up the pressure.
Neutral Point: Can't the rest of the Umno members see this - that the main culprit is Najib?
Remove Najib, and the story behind the 1MDB scandal, the RM2.6 billion ‘donation’ and the Altantuya Shaariibuu issue would surface and we could find the answers.
Most important, our currency would strengthen immediately against the US dollar and we may be able to look forward to an exchange rate of US$1 for RM3 again.
Isa@1penyu 8: Yes, this is rubbish, the biggest conflict of interest is the PM holding on to the finance minister’s post.
Anonymous112233: Arul has briefed MCA all about 1MDB. Why has there been no statement from MCA on whether they are satisfied with Arul's explanations?
If MCA wants my vote, do the necessary.
Anonymous #21828131: Tourism and Culture Minister Nazri Abdul Aziz, so what's your response to Pua's rebuttal that you missed the elephant in the room?
There is a lesson to be learnt here. Be like Pua, show credibility. Don't blindly try to score points for your boss and reveal your stupidity in the process.
Turvy: Pua is right. He should not trade his position in the PAC for a debate over TV, which by nature, in this country, is opened to government manipulation. Pua will have no control over how the debate is broadcast.
Everyone knows what the questions are. 1MDB has an obligation to the people to provide clear and unambiguous explanations. It has no mandate to bargain on that issue.
What is incredible is that everyone, from the PM to the hired hands and the politicians in between, are doing their utmost to conceal the dodgy transactions. And they are getting away with that.
Sali Tambap: Unlike Malaysia, where the government is trying its level best to suppress the information received within the PAC, 67 percent of Commonwealth parliaments, including countries in Africa, hold their PAC hearings in full public view.
They have nothing to hide, unlike the BN government.
Kit P: 1MDB and Najib consider Pua the most dangerous adversary in the PAC, and would dearly wish to see him gone. Pua must not give them the excuse to push him out.
Shamu99: Actually Pua should tell Arul, "Prove me wrong, and I will resign." Let's see what Arul and Nazri have to say to this condition. -Mkini

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