Najib can prove to be a gilt-edged securities yielding handsome dividends.to the Arab Donars
Who says crime doesn’t pay? Certainly not the Malaysian penal system. There is much talk about the criminalisation of politics. Perhaps we should also look at what might be called Najib's government resorting to the ‘politics of vendetta’ has reportedly said “I.am the son of Tun Razak I’m not scared of anyone.” By invoking the name of the former prime minister –Tun Abdul Razak,
It had appeared Najib already laughing all the way to his bank.
BNM's Akhtar Zeti Aziz is certain that there is enough evidence to charge Najib for flouting Financial Services Act and other banking laws but she is not brave enough to do so. She had since pushed the dirty job to the AG's Office and the matter just stopped in there. With Ambank fined RM53.7million, and ostensibly in relation to Najib's account, there is no reason why BNM is unable to take up the case against Najib
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Can can prove to be gilt-edged securities yielding handsome dividends.to the Arab Donars
“Is the PM Najib is above the law?”
Can you expect the country and the world to remain silent when the prime minister is found to have an unaccounted-for RM2.6 billion in his personal bank account just because the scandal is under investigation?also read this So the good name of the Attorney-General's Chambers damaged is it so?
Ambank was last month fined RM53.7 million for breach of certain regulations under Section 234 of the Financial Services Act 2013 and Section 245 of the Islamic Financial Services Act 2013 by AmBank (M) Bhd and AmBank Islamic Bhd. Ambank's offence was not specified.
it was established that the RM2.6 billion “political donation” never made it into Umno’s accounts, tabled at the annual general assembly
Najib’s personal income tax records should also be dug up, and compared with the RM2.6 billion which was transferred into his personal Ambank account.
“Ambank was fined RM50 million for a banking offence, but Najib, as the owner of the funds, was not fined anything as far as we know.also read this Attorney-General Mohamed Apandi Ali the idiot and 1MDB scam that won’t die
If this is the case then, like diplomats who can claim diplomatic immunity to avoid prosecution,politicians can claim political immunity to evade the not-so-long arm of the law.
It is this equation of an individual with a political party that is at the crux of the Mahathir accusation not political vendetta against Najib in his stated pursuit of making the country corruption-free’.Najib no impunity go direct to prison also read this Crisis unfolded in asset backed securities
AG’s Chambers fixing the courts in any way as they are “beyond fixing”. Bank Negara vs AG’s Chambers
The tussle AG’s Chambers between Bank Negara has taken a toll on the fight against corruption,
1MDB isn't God. It can defy PM Najib Razak's instruction for GLCs (government-linked companies) and GLICs (government-linked investment companies) not to invest abroad and to bring capital home, but it cannot defy the laws of the country.Now we know one of the culprits that's fleeing the country with their capital is 1MDB.If 1MDB is as good as CEO Arul Kanda Kandasamy has been bragging, it should be able to borrow abroad or liquidate its deposits abroad to meet its obligation.Or are they taking out the money for fear that their accounts will be frozen?“The administration of justice in Malaysia – a glaring misconception” (http://art-harun.blogspot.my/2010/11/administration-of-justice-in-malaysia.html) explained how our administration of criminal justice works, or ought to work. Basically, our criminal justice system consists “of four separate, but essential, machinations.” They are the Police or other investigative authorities, prosecution, defence and the Courts. The Police investigates. The prosecution decides whether or not to prosecute and if so, it proffers the charge and prosecute. The lawyers defend the accused. The Courts adjudicate.”
blamed Prime Minister Najib for the "setback" to his government's fight against corruption,