The Prime Minister Datuk Sri Najib should walk his talk on his declaration that “the era where the government knows best is over “and should either direct Kong to suspend the AES or demand his resignation.
Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department, Datuk Seri Nazri said in Parliament that Malaysia is not a secular state. He is totally wrong. Dap’s position is that Malaysia must forever remain a secular nation with Islam being the official religion of the nation.
MCA has been whacking DAP over the hudud law issue. As pointed out by the former Prime Minister Tun Mahathir, this is only MCA’s tactic to frighten the Chinese voters.
MCA gave full support when Mahathir announced in 2001 that Malaysia is an Islamic state. So MCA has no backbone to protect the nation’s Constitution. Yet it now has the audacity to make all sorts of allegations against the DAP on the questions of hudud law and Islam state.
The automatic enforcement system (AES) issue has proven that MCA is as useless as ever. How could MCA Minister Datuk Kong Cho Ha continue to ignore calls for review of AES when even Umno MPs, Umno Youth and Gerakan have taken similar stands with the Opposition?
The Prime Minister once declared that the era where the government knows best is over. Yet today Kong is still behaving as if like only he knows best about AES.
The Prime Minister Datuk Sri Najib should walk his talk on “the era where the government knows best is over “and should either direct Kong to suspend the AES or demand his resignation.
Corruption is a big issue in this country. But where is the government’s commitment for an all out war against corruption.
Many questions still surround the “amangate” involving RM 40 million donations purportedly for Umno. Yet we don’t see any serious effort to get to the bottom of the issue.
Does the BN government seriously believe that Malaysians can be easily convinced that it was donation for Umno and hence no element of corruption was involved?
The public have been asking one simple question—if it was political donation, why was the money not sent by telegraphic transfer? Why was there a need to smuggle the money in?
This reminds me of the Teoh Beng Hock’s case where it was said that he chose to sleep at the MACC office upon release without even first making a phone call to his fiancée or friends.
Only fools will accept such ridiculous answers and the public are certainly no fools.
The government should set up a Royal Commission of Inquiry to fully investigate the RM 40 million scandal.
BN has ruled this nation for 55 years and continued rule will only mean further ruin to this nation.
Pakatan Rakyat is the hope for Malaysia and the people. Pakatan Rakyat is committed to genuine reforms that will make Malaysia a better place for all.
So come the next general election, the choice for Malaysians is clear. Vote Pakatan Rakyat and install a new Putrajaya government helmed by Pakatan Rakyat.