05 September 2015

Dr.M - Hanya kambing je boleh terima alasan derma tu...


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Lagi kritikan / teguran / nasihat diberikan kepada Najib oleh perwakilan IACC di Putrajaya. Kali ini datangnya dari Pengasas bersama Transparency International Michael Hershman. Secara ringkasnya Michael nasihatkan Najib supaya Jangan Berselindung dan Jangan Halang Keadilan.

Katakan yang sebenarnya tentang dari mana wang itu datang dan tangani tuduhan itu. Dan jika beliau melakukan sesuatu yang salah, minta maaf dan berhadapan dengan akibatnya.

Perkara sebenar akan diketahui dan daripada pengalaman saya, lebih cepat ia dikeluarkan adalah lebih baik bagi tertuduh dan negara.



 

Pandangan yang sama turut disuarakan oleh perwakilan sebelum ini dan perkara yang sama turut disuarakan oleh majoriti rakyat kita.

Pendek kata - alasan ia adalah derma terlalu amat sukar untuk diterima oleh akal yang waras.

Komen seterusnya dari Michael amat menarik - Tiada sebab menubuhkan panel untuk siasatan. Hanya beritahu kebenaran. Nyatakannya secara publik.

Betul juga kan..... untuk apa ditubuhkan pasukan khas untuk menyiasat tentang satu perkara yang Najib sendiri boleh sahkan ?


Lainlah kalau sesuatu penjelasan itu menimbulkan perdebatan dan percanggahan pandangan yang hebat hingga mustahil untuk dicapai kata pemutus kecuali melalui siasatan, barulah ditubuhkan panel untuk menyiasat.

 

Dalam kes RM2.6 billion ini Najib sendiri kalau dia jenis yang Berani Kerana Benar, dari awal lagi dia boleh mengaku dan berikan penjelasan.

Sekarang semua sudah terlambat .... gali lubang tutup lubang, tipu sana sini, cover line kiri kanan, alasan berubah2 .. semua itu hanya menambahkan masalah dan memanjangkan kemelut.

Bila difikirkan.... biasanya kalau orang yang bersalah itu jenis yang penakut untuk buat pengakuan, pelbagai alasanlah yang akan keluar.

Kita yang waras akan hanya mentertawakan alasan2 yang diberikan itu. Bak kata Tun Mahathir baru ni di Pasir Gudang, alasan yang hanya layak diberitahu kepada kambing saja ! Cakap apapun, kambing akan balas mbeeeek .... dinturtle


Soalan NGO antirasuah: RM2.6 derma atau rasuah...

Kritikan terhadap Perdana Menteri Datuk Seri Najib Razak dalam Persidangan Antirasuah Antarabangsa (IACC) ke-16 terus dilontarkan. 

Terbaru setiausaha agung NGO pemantau rasuah global Transparency International Salil Shetty meminta Najib menjejaskan sama ada dana RM2.6 bilion yang dimasukkan ke akaun peribadinya “rasuah besar”.

Pembela Najib sebelum ini menegaskan bahawa wang itu hasil “sumbangan politik” daripada Timur Tengah.

“Kita ada akhbar ditutup, laman web ditutup, peguam negara dipecat, Jawatankuasa Kira-kira Wang Negara digantung, siasatan agensi-agensi diganggu.

“Sekarang RM2.6 bilion lesap – AS$700 juta.

“Perdana menteri harus berterus terang, beritahu kita sama ada ini rasuah besar,” katanya kepada peserta IACC di Putrajaya hari ini.

Salil bercakap dalam sesi berjudul "Grand corruption: How to stop the corrupt stealing from you and me".

Beliau kemudian mengulangi persoalan sama yang dilontarkan beberapa pihak sebelum ini dalam persidangan sama sejak permbukaan Rabu lalu.

“Dari mana wang itu datang dan ke mana ia pergi?” soalnya.

Kelmarin, Presiden Transparency International Jose Ugaz dalam sesi pembukaan IACC berkata Malaysia berdepan krisis rasuah dan beliau meminta Najib menjejaskannya.

Semalam, anggota majlis IACC pula memberitahu perdana menteri bahawa skandal tidak dapat ditutup.

IACC berakhir hari ini setelah tiga hari bersidang. - mk


Najib can't hide RM2.6b in digital age...

The government cannot conceal information on the RM2.6 billion deposited into Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak's personal bank accounts in the digital age, said Global Investigative Journalism Network executive director David Kaplan today.

Speaking at the 16th International Anti-Corruption Conference (IACC) in Putrajaya, Kaplan said those attempting to cover up the matter are out of touch with the times.

"They can't close off a country anymore. These people are living in another era if they think they can hide US$700 million going through their bank accounts.

"This is the digital age, people in power are going to have to be accountable," he told journalists after a session titled: 'Investigative Journalism: The New Muckrakers'.

On July 4, it was reported by the Wall Street Journal and Sarawak Report that US$681 million (RM2.6 billion) was deposited into Najib's accounts.

The prime minister has insisted that he did not take public funds for personal gain while his supporters claimed the RM2.6 billion was a "political donation" from the Middle East.

The Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) also confirmed that it was a donation.

However, there has been no explanation with regard to the RM42 million deposited into his accounts through former 1MDB subsidiary, SRC International Sdn Bhd.

The MACC is still investigating this issue.

Najib unlikely to resign soon

During the session earlier, Kaplan, who has been an investigative journalist for more than three decades, said Najib is not likely to resign as prime minister over this scandal any time soon as the elements needed for his exit are absent.

He compared the current situation to US president Richard Nixon's resignation over the Watergate scandal in 1974.

Kaplan (photo) said there were three elements that led to Nixon's exit.

"There were three forces in US: there was an investigation by the judiciary and by an independent media led by Washington Post and there was an impeachment hearing by Congress," he said.

At the time, Kaplan said, the Federal Bureau of Investigation was feeding information to the judiciary and leaking it to Washington Post, which was pushing public sentiment and Congress to investigate.

"The problem with Malaysia is prosecutors aren't going forward with anything. The Parliament is not going forward with its own investigation.

"So, you got independent media out there alone and they are being banned and there are movements to restrict them further," Kaplan said.

After the scandal broke out, Najib had attorney-general Abdul Gani Patail replaced with Mohamed Apandi Ali who ended a multi-agency collaborative probe into the matter.

The MACC is now continuing the investigation on its own.

Najib also paralysed Parliament's investigation by appointing the chief and three members of the Public Accounts Committee into the government.

Plans have also been announced to introduce new legislation to tighten control on the online media. 

Prior to that, the government on July 27 suspended The Edge Weekly and The Edge Financial Daily for three months for their critical reporting on 1MDB.- mk

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