Showing posts from March, 2015

Unprofessional Police force - Malaysia

Police barricade KLCC as protest march nears  | March 28, 2015 Tian Chua, Mat Sabu wave from police station while crowd marches towards
wedding reception. KUALA LUMPUR: Police set up barricades around Kuala Lumpur City Centre
this evening to prevent a demonstration by hundreds of demonstrators
protesting against prime minister Najib Razak and his wife Rosmah Mansor,
whose daughter marks her wedding with a reception there tonight. The protesters had paraded through central Kuala Lumpur today in a festive
mood, chanting protest slogans while conducting a mock wedding march
complete with “bunga mangga” and a traditional bridal song. Along the way from Sogo to KLCC, they halted briefly outside Dang Wangi
police station and were cheered by detained opposition MPs Tian Chua and
Mohammad Sabu who were arrested this morning. They were among those who had been slated to lead the march, held every
week in protest against the jailing of opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim, as
well as o…

Sack the entire governing board of 1MDB BNM Zeti now!

PM must sack 1MDB bosses, Zeti must quit  | March 4, 2015 Khairuddin Abu Hassan praises the Cabinet for rejecting 1MDB's cash
injection request and attacks the Bank Negara Governor for relying on
hope. PETALING JAYA: A prominent critic of 1MDB has urged the Prime Minister to sack the entire governing board of the company as well as its CEO, saying they had failed in their moral and legal duties as evident in their recent request to the government for a RM3 billion cash injection. The call was made by sacked Umno divisional leader Khairuddin Abu Hassan, who also said Bank Negara Governor Zeti Akhtar Abdul Aziz should resign for apparently ignoring the threat posed by 1MDB to the national economy. In a statement given to FMT, Khairuddin congratulated Prime Minister Najib
Abdul Razak and the Cabinet for rejecting the 1MDB request which he said
was to “cover up the accumulating errors and misdeeds” of the company’s
chairman and board of directors. “Given this very sensibl…

1MDB scam of the century

Jho Low allegedly siphoned off US$700 million from 1MDB, says website Published: 1 March 2015 11:02 AM Whistleblower website Sarawak Report claims that Jho Low channelled US$700 million to a company called Good Star Limited, which was owned by Low. – The Malaysian Insider pic, March 1, 2015.Businessman Jho Low orchestrated the 2009 joint venture between 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB) and PetroSaudi International to allegedly siphon off US$700 million from the strategic development fund, whistleblower website Sarawak Report has claimed. The UK-based website revealed that the 1MDB PetroSaudi joint venture company's US$700 million loan repayment to PetroSaudi in 2009 was a front and the funds channelled to a firm allegedly owned by Low, called Good Star Limited. The US$700 million loan repayment provision was part of the joint venture contract between Petro Saudi International and 1MDB, Sarawak Report said, citing documents it had obtained. It also published those documents with…