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Sunday, March 1, 2009

Is Najib Insinuating He Cannot Be The PM As Yet ?

Crisis after crisis, from Perak MB Nizar, Elizabeth Wong, Bukit Gantang, Bukit Selambau, is this umno's doing?

From the immoral, undemocratic, illegal and unconstitutional power grab of the Perak State orchestrated by Najib to the murder trial of Altantuya and RPK sedition trial, it shows clearly that this country is run by leaders with no integrity, dishonest and unprofessional.

The Perak crisis where Najib played the leading role to remove the democratically elected Perak MB, Mohd Nizar Jamaluddin and grabbing the State power, allows the rakyat to see in full view the nakedness of umno. The latest action by the speaker to call an emergency sitting of the assembly met with much objection from umno/bn calling it illegal but they somehow forget that the way they grab power is neither legal.

Najib, presumably the smarter guy has this to say:

Bernama: Datuk Seri Najib Razak said today the Perak state assembly speaker cannot call an emergency sitting of the assembly because the court has yet to make a decision on the status of the government in the state.

The Deputy Prime Minister said any decision to hold a state assembly sitting in Perak depended on the decision made by the court in relation to the case.

"It (sitting) cannot be held because there has been a court action," he told reporters after opening an assembly of undergraduates of Universiti Malaysia Pahang and the Eastern Zone National Education Carnival here today.

Najib said this when asked to comment on Perak State Assembly Speaker V. Sivakumar yesterday announcing that an emergency sitting of the assembly would be held on Tuesday.

Asked if the sitting was aimed at toppling the Barisan Nasional government in Perak, Najib said: "Whatever it is, we have to wait for the decision of the court first. We have to first establish the status of the Perak government in terms of the constitution."

So what more can we say, they are always right even if they are wrong. The smart guy, Najib, is now using the court as defence, bravely indicate that "the speaker cannot call an emergency sitting of the assembly because the court has yet to make a decision on the status of the government in the state".

Very smart guy, but now can we take a look, base on his smart talk, whether he should step down as DPM and forgo his position to take over as PM from Badawi.

Two court cases are still on going, although he is not charged or summon to court but his name is lingering in both cases.

In the Altantuya murder case there remain many unanswered questions, somehow or rather indicated that he may be indirectly involved one way or another.

One witness recalled that she saw a picture showing him together with Baginda and the deceased. As to date the picture has yet to surface and no further mention of it. Even though Najib had sworn on the koran and repeatedly claimed that he does not know the deceased (these actions according to the law do not mean anything), what happen if the picture were to surface one day.

Another is the sms'es between him and baginda and I copy and paste a paragraph abstracted from Haris's blog:

On 11th October, Malaysia Today carried a post entitled ‘Abuse of power by the Deputy Prime Minister’ that laid out a series of sms’es alleged to have passed between Najib and senior lawyer Shafee Abdullah in relation to Razak Baginda’s arrest and remand in the days before Baginda was charged.

Najib was publicly asked to comment about these sms’es and he never denied the authenticity of the same. Read full text here.

As the trial is still ongoing, anything can still happen and something incriminating may still crop up.

In RPK sedition trial Najib's name were mentioned all over.

This is what Malaysiakini reported:

RPK's sedition trial: Najib in the limelight
An investigating officer of the murdered Mongolian Altantuya Shaariibuu case today admitted that deputy prime Minster Najib Abdul Razak was not investigated even though he was an important witness. Full Malaysiakini report here.

Part of the trial as reported by The Malaysian Insider:

“Did you, at any point of time during the investigation of the Altantuya case, question Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak?” Gobind questioned while referencing Raja Petra’s article.

“No,” Gan replied.

“If you did not investigate Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak, how do you know the content of the paragraph is untrue?” Gobind pressed.

“I got to know the facts from the investigating officer ASP Tonny Lunggan,” Gan answered, looking uncomfortable. Read full text here.

Both these trials have Najib ink mark all over. Can we than ask Najib not to claim his throne as the country PM until these two trials are completely disposed off or ended without any further hint or suspicion that he is directly or indirectly involved or has anything to do with any of it.


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