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Saturday, March 31, 2018

Nur Jazlan to check if Anwar's 'statements' are real



Deputy Home Minister Nur Jazlan Mohamed plans to look into the authenticity of jailed former opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim’s statements from behind bars.
This is after Anwar released a statement today vowing that were it to capture Putrajaya, Pakatan Harapan will set up a "truly independent" Election Commission and repeal the anti-fake news law if it is enacted.
"I am curious. Did this statement really come from Anwar? He is prohibited by prison rules to communicate with the world outside without permission from Prisons (Department) director-general," Nur Jazlan said on Twitter.
He added that he will check with Prisons Department director-general Supri Hashim to see if statements had indeed been issued by jailed leader.
I am curious. Did this statement really come from @anwaribrahim:? He is prohibited by Prison rules to communicate with the world outside without permission from Prisons DG. Will check with DG. @pakatanharapan_ : Pakatan will repeal ‘fake news’ law http://www.themalaymailonline.com/malaysia/article/anwar-pakatan-will-repeal-fake-news-law#sthash.LZ1cIH9w.uxfs 
Statements in Anwar’s name are occasionally sent out to the media by Harapan’s media team.
In August last year, Supri had denied that Anwar issued a statement regarding a fracas during the Nothing to Hide 2.0 forum in Shah Alam.
He explained that Anwar, who is serving a five-year prison sentence, had been brought to the court complex in Kuala Lumpur to attend a civil proceeding on the day the statement was released.
“When in court, Anwar was under constant surveillance by prison officers and personnel. Those not related to the court proceedings were not allowed to meet him, including the media," he had said.

Occasionally, during his court appearances,  Mkini

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