Political situation in UMNO indicates Pas Taliban capturing power once Najib quit finally.
Former Attorney-General Tan Sri Abu Talib said Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) cannot express its views on the investigations on the Prime Minister. MACC’s role is only to investigate and pass the investigation papers to ’ A-G for his decision whether to prosecute the case or not.
like MACC will submit their investigation papers to the new A-G soon, Bank Negara Malaysia (BNM) also submitted their investigation papers to the new AG with a very strong and made-known-to-the-public recommendation that the A-G should prosecute 1MDB for certain crimes. The A-G acted quite predictably. The Governor of BNM made appeals that the case be prosecuted and yet the answer was the same.
The effort relied heavily on the state investment fund Mr. Najib controlled, 1Malaysia Development Bhd., according to minutes from 1MDB board meetings seen by The Wall Street Journal and interviews with people who worked there. social media, many more people are saying what could not be put into words earlier without attracting the wrath of the liberal mainstream. There is a growing constituency for expressing feelings that one should not have but one does, and upon finding that there are many more who feel similarly, these politically incorrect sentiments get crystallised into a larger movement
Prime Minister first threatened but dare not sue Wall Street Journal. Now again try to avoid a court case. Sure it sounds like it is the judge's advice. But is it?
Little in your impulsiveness did you realize that so the retribution had to come, and doubly did it do so,too have come to the rescue so they will say and do what is in their own interest. But are you sure of your interests, Mr Prime Minister? said Najib had admitted to receiving the RM2.6 billion as a donation on December 8 last year and had not channelled the money to Umno's accounts.
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
Najib denies public funds used to settle 1MDB woes
"What we are glad about is that we are resolving it not by way of a memorandum of understanding (MoU) but through an 'agreement', without touching any of the people's money," he said at the monthly assembly for the Prime Minister's Department today also read this Najib taming our deathly A-G office with Najib's puppet Mohamed Apandi Ali as A-G
.A crime is a crime. If we are required to ‘close one eye’ or ‘close both eyes’ towards crime, then why have laws in the first place? Why do we need the Police, the Courts or the AG? Just disband the Police, the Courts and let the AG go back to being in goodly spirits.