Zahid said regardless whether Latiff apologised or not the Mersing seat remained Umno’s. Najib Razak also had criticised Latiff for playing down the party’s popularity in Sabah. Najib had also said Umno would take Mersing back.
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Perhaps if there was any weakness in Najib, it must have been his trust on some people. Najib believed that with everything he had done for the country, the rakyat would not fall into the PH’s constant slander . He was gravely mistaken. Mahathir won the emotions of the people with his smear campaigns.
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The government claimed that the former premier had failed to pay his income tax from 2011 to 2017 within the stipulated 30-day period after assessment notices were issued by the IRB.
The more important question now is why did the Malays, from a high moral ground came down so much to now support politicians with millions of cash, watches and hand bags as well as those who have Islamic foundation but has no building on the address?
If Najib was a victim, we are sure many too would like to be victims and receive millions in their bank accounts. Someone who had benefited from RM42 million sent to his bank account, which he had used to pay his credit card bills and buy expensive handbags for his wife, was a mere victim? To argue that Najib was the victim is a very imaginative defence.
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The bank has sought to pay a lower fine and avoid a guilty plea, according to the people, who spoke on condition of anonymity because the talks are continuing.
Dr Mahathir’s initial list of 115 MPs on February 29 and how it has changed then, which in some cases illustrate how quickly political loyalties and allegiances can change in Malaysia:
After a 100 days under the Old Order, many Malaysians now realise that while the Pakatan government was not perfect it was trying to do good. It was perhaps clumsy, but it was honest. Malaysians have to protect the fruits of democracy together, to build back better, we need everyone who dreams of clean government and of democratic space to come together, and in our turn, to push back the Old Order (UMNO).
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Malaysia, once seen as a multicultural nation, has been incrementally traveling down the path of monoculturalism. In 1957, Chinese comprised about 40 percent of the population. That has shrunk to about 23 percent today. Any ideas promoting a true multi-cultural Malaysia were politically resisted.
The fact that both Umno and Bersatu are now in the same coalition stands for nothing. It is simply a matter of time before Umno brings down Bersatu the way Bersatu brought down Pakatan Harapan
Disgraced Malaysian leaders plan a comeback. Najib, according to a well-placed political source in Kuala Lumpur, is angling to take back the leadership of the Barisan Nasional despite the magnitude of the crimes for which he Is standing trial
Kuala Lumpur High Court judge Mohamad Nazlan Mohamad Ghazali on Friday set July 28 to issue his verdict, as prosecutors and defence lawyers delivered their closing arguments after a 14-month long trial. If convicted, Najib, 66, faces hefty fines and jail terms of up to 15 to 20 years on each charge.
Progressive Malaysians will no doubt continue to push for the reinstatement of those they democratically elected in 2018.
What is certain, however — this dramatic saga isn’t over.