In other words, 1MDB has clearly stated its inability to comply with the BNM’s direction. 1MDB has failed to state whether it is willing to look at ways of repatriating the money. The way I read 1MDB’s statement is that it is nonchalant about the whole matter. “I have spent all the money and I don’t have the money anymore and so I can’t pay you.” That is in effect what 1MDB is saying.
There comes a tipping point in the destiny of a country after which people find it impossible to keep mum and stomach what they are being fed. When discomfort about the system gets to this level, trouble inevitably follows. Such a tipping point was reached in Najib’s nerve centre,A-G office , this week, when a well-respected Abdul Gani Patail was shunted out and kicked upstairs in what was perceived as a punishment posting, designed to belittle an officer with an impressive 20-year-old record of cracking some of the most challenging cases of our times.not going to rake up the controversy here, or go into the ‘real’ reasons for his public humiliation. But going by the outrage expressed by shocked Malaysians across social media, it is obvious that the sentiments of average citizens were deeply hurt by this political stunt. No valid explanation was offered by authorities, except for a weak statement by a bureaucrat who said the sudden step 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
Many prime ministers have come and gone since Najib All of them have come short of taming our deathly A-G office 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?
Mohamad Apandi Ali, a former United Malays National Organization state treasurer before being elevated to public prosecutor and then the judicial bench, was hurriedly drafted to replace the long-serving Abdul Gani Patail in August just as Gani Patail reportedly was about to file charges against Najib for corruption. Apandi immediately denied that Kevin Morais was working on the case when he was abducted and murdered.The Attorney-General office,For months, Malaysian law enforcement has been wracked with attempts on the part of the Najib government to quell investigations into hundreds of millions of dollars that ended up in the prime minister’s personal account, then disappeared again, and by massive mismanagement of the troubled 1Malaysia Development Bhd. state-backed investment firm Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission officials have been subjected to what has been called a scorched-earth campaign to discover who, if any of them, has been leaking information on the case. ‘Damage has already been done to his almost non-existent reputation.’read this Needed, intelligent Attorney-General not a first-rate hypocriteIt is said that in their darkest moments, American presidents look up at the image of Abraham Lincoln in the Oval Office and wonder what he would have done in their situation. A truly dark moment faces the nation in the form of the unfolding and unceasing Attorney-General strikes against The judiciary (also known as the judicial system or court system) is the system of courts that interprets and applies the law in the name of the state. The judiciary also provides a mechanism for the resolution of disputes.
read this So the good name of the Attorney-General's Chambers damaged is it so?
lest the oath is just reduced into mere formality that is forgotten as soon as it has been uttered.
Dr Mahathir wants Attorney-General Mohamed Apandi Ali get to the real story
Apandi had earlier dismissed Bank Negara Malaysia’s report on 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB), adding that the same would likely happen with MACC's recommendations
under the scrutiny of American investigators a parade of inquiries at home and abroad into a sovereign wealth fund that he oversees,On December 31, MACC deputy commissioner Datuk Seri Mohd Shukri Abdull said in a press statement that the agency had handed over investigation papers on the RM2.6 billion donation and SRC International after interviews with more than 100 people, including the alleged donor. MACC has been investigating SRC International over a RM4 billion fund. The RM2.6 billion donation was the subject of a separate probe, but Shukri said the investigation was not yet completed as only witnesses in Malaysia had been interviewed. He said MACC had yet to obtain documents and statements involving overseas financial transactions and that it was seeking the A-G’s help to procure these through mutual legal assistance. Najib, who is also finance minister, said the RM2.6 billion was a donation and that the transactions were above board.
One evening in April 1775, the English man of letters Samuel Johnson made a famous remark.”Patriotism,” he said, “is the last refuge of the scoundrel.”Johnson was criticising what he called false patriots – people who invoke the name of their country to advance their own political agenda.In America, we often refer to that kind of scoundrel as “people who wrap themselves in the flag.” It means people who pretend to do something for patriotic reasons or out of loyalty to their country when their real motives are selfish, and their real goal is their own personal and political gain.It means people who “play the patriot card” and try to diminish their opponents by suggesting they do not love their country, or are even traitors to it.Malaysians are no longer going to keep quiet. Even our Rulers who have spoken up.The Universiti Islam Antarabangsa (UIA) student asked how much more could Malaysians take in
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