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Saturday, January 28, 2017

Salleh: Latest on BMF, forex scandals put Mahathir in awkward position

Minister says Mahathir’s recent postings on the issue have revealed his hypocrisy and double standards.
KUALA LUMPUR: Communications and Multimedia Minister Salleh Said Keruak said the latest revelations regarding Bumiputera Malaysia Finance Limited (BMF) and forex scandals have put Dr Mahathir Mohamad in a very awkward position.
Salleh said the former prime minister’s recent postings on the issue in his blog have revealed his hypocrisy and double standards.
“As much as he is attempting to explain away the issue and treat them as if they are not material, it invariably reveals his hypocrisy and double standards.
“This is the conclusion anyone would draw from his recent very defensive chedet.com posting,” Salleh said in his own blog at http://sskeruak.blogspot.my, last night.
Salleh said that without question, the Central Intelligence Agency report had exposed Mahathir’s responsibility for the mega-billion loss suffered by the country.
He claimed that as usual, Mahathir blamed others except himself for the aforementioned financial disaster.
He added that the scandals made Mahathir the last person in Malaysia qualified and credible enough to ask Prime Minister Najib Razak to step down from office.
“While Dr Mahathir refuses to accept responsibility for the BMF and forex scandals, he is using the 1MDB issue as an excuse to topple the Prime
“The truth is 1MDB was sabotaged to turn it into a problem and it started with the sabotage of its IPO (initial public offering),” he said. -FMT

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