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IMDB: Kabinet tolak cadangan Najib suntik RM3 bilion?…Tolong angkat tangan Ahli Kabinet yang berani tolak! Kudos!

March 1, 2015

KUALA LUMPUR: Keputusan Kabinet menolak permohonan cadangan menyuntik RM3 bilion tunai untuk 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB) menggambarkan kerajaan sudah hilang kepercayaan kepada Menteri Kewangan, Datuk Seri Najib Razak.

Pengarah Eksekutif Pusat Penyelidikan PAS, Dr Dzulkefly Ahmad berkata perkembangan ini merupakan satu implikasi politik yang sangat serius terhadap Perdana Menteri itu. Ada yang mendakwa ia semacam undi tidak percaya kepada PM.

“Saya tidak menolak bekas Perdana Menteri Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad termasuk bekas Menteri Kewangan, Tun Daim Zainuddin akan  terus membuat tekanan terhadap Najib berikutan keputusan ini”.

“Paling serius adalah kepincangan kewangan di dalam 1MDB sudah mula diketahui oleh kabinet Najib,” kata beliau kepada Harakahdaily hari ini.

Menurut beliau juga, penolakan cadangan ini menunjukkan suatu yang serius sedang berlaku dalam Kabinet Najib.
“Majoriti menolak untuk tidak mahu meluluskan sebarang bayaran ‘bail out’ kepada 1MDB, ini menunjukkan suatu yang serius berlaku di dalam pentadbiran Najib ini (Kabinet Rabu lalu permohonan diluluskan) ,” katanya lagi.

Dr Dzulkefly turut mengucapkan terima kasih kepada anggota kabinet yang sedar akan kepincangan di dalam 1MDB serta menolak permohonan Najib dalam usaha menjaga kepentingan umum.

Ada sumber dalaman menyebut 1MDB memerlukan suntikan tunai RM3 bilion daripada Kementerian Kewangan (MOF) dan ada yang mendakwa MOF tidak mempunyai banyak pilihan kecuali untuk menyelamatkan 1MDB.

Mengikut sumber pasaran kewangan, kerajaan menerbitkan dua kertas perbendaharaan (treasury bills) pada jumlah yang besar (RM2.1bilion) dalam waktu terdekat (pada 11 dan 12 Februari). – HARAKAHDAILY 27/2/2015

 

Najib tak terlibat urusan 1MDB, kata Putrajaya kepada akhbar Britain

Published: 1 March 2015 5:39 PM (TMI)

Berikutan laporan tentang kaitan 1MDB dengan Low Taek Jho, Putrajaya menegaskan yang Perdana Menteri Datuk Seri Najib Razak tidak terlibat dengan urusan syarikat tersebut. – Gambar fail The Malaysian Insider, 1 Mac, 2015.

Berikutan laporan tentang kaitan 1MDB dengan Low Taek Jho, Putrajaya menegaskan yang Perdana Menteri Datuk Seri Najib Razak tidak terlibat dengan urusan syarikat tersebut. – Gambar fail The Malaysian Insider, 1 Mac, 2015. Perdana Menteri Datuk Seri Najib Razak tidak terlibat dalam operasi harian 1Malaysia Development Bhd (1MDB), syarikat yang sarat dengan hutang, lapor akhbar Britain The Sunday Times hari ini memetik kenyataan dari kerajaan Malaysia.

Akhbar itu, yang bekerjasama dengan laman web Sarawak Report mendedahkan peranan ahli perniagaan Low Taek Jho, atau Jho Low, yang didakwa melarikan AS$700 juta dari 1MDB, dimaklumkan oleh kerajaan Malaysia yang 1MDB diuruskan secara profesional dan akaunnya diaudit juruaudit antarabangsa.

“Kerajaan Malaysia berkata, perdana menteri tidak terlibat dalam operasi harian 1MDB, yang dikendalikan satu pasukan profesional dan berpengalaman. Akaunnya diaudit oleh Deloitte,” lapor The Sunday Times dalam satu artikel bertarikh 1 Mac.

Najib, yang juga menteri kewangan, ialah pengerusi lembaga penasihat 1MDB. Dana pelaburan negara itu, yang ditubuhkan hasil buah fikirannya, juga dimiliki Kementerian Kewangan.

Artikel yang bertajuk “Harrow playboy linked to troubled Malaysian fund” (Playboy Harrow dikaitkan dengan dana Malaysia bermasalah) diambil dan diterbitkan di laman web Sarawak Report. – 1 Mac, 2015.

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Things are not looking good for Najib, says report

Published: 1 March 2015 2:46 PM (TMI)

The Myanmar Times has published an opinion piece that describes Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak’s administration as a ‘gluey black sea of venality the likes of which has not been seen in this region since the days of President Ferdinand Marcos in the Philippines.’ – The Malaysian Insider pic, March 1, 2015.

The Myanmar Times has published an opinion piece that describes Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak’s administration as a ‘gluey black sea of venality the likes of which has not been seen in this region since the days of President Ferdinand Marcos in the Philippines.’ – The Malaysian Insider pic, March 1, 2015.Criticism against Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak appears to be gaining steam outside of the country, with The Myanmar Times now jumping onto the bandwagon.

In its opinion page dated February 23, the writer Roger Mitton, presented a bleak picture on the issue, describing it as a “gluey black sea of venality the likes of which has not been seen in this region since the days of President Ferdinand Marcos in the Philippines.”

He said things are so bad that Umno-owned newspaper, Utusan Malaysia, had to carry an editorial to try to exonerate Najib and shift the blame elsewhere.

“It failed, of course,” he said, adding it was because the newspaper was arguing against facts that indicate “Najib is steadily sinking into the treacly pit of corruption and maladministration.”

Mitton said the controversy surrounding debt-ridden 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB) and Najib’s stepson, Riza Aziz, as reported by the New York Times, recently also were not helping in lifting his image for the better.

“It is hard to truly comprehend the full magnitude of this gigantic, nepotistic malfeasance, and even the illustrious New York Times took three pages to try to do it,” he wrote.

The Myanmar Times’ article also alleged that Riza, Datin Seri Rosmah Mansor’s son, was responsible for most of the woes brought about by the 1MDB debacle, due to his association with Penang businessmen Jho Low.

“Why and how? There is no clear answer, except to recall that Najib is under the sway of Rosmah, a shopaholic wrecking ball, who shrugs off ridicule and ignores how her actions thwart her husband’s premiership,” he wrote.

Mitton went on to say that the personal damage to Najib “is piffling compared to the disastrous effect the huge 1MDB losses are having on the already fragile Malaysian economy.”

Adding on, the article said that political support for the ruling party in Malaysia was also diminishing, taking note the results in the last general elections that saw the voting pattern swaying towards opposition leader Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim.

He said that since the failure to reverse the drop in votes experienced by his predecessor, Tun Abdullah Ahmad Badawi, Najib has clung onto the Umno leadership by appeasing his key support base, the Malays, “and marginalising the Chinese and Indian communities.”

Followed by the move to keep the Sedition Act and Anwar’s jailing, Mittton said “these actions signal a premier running scared.”

He said that in any case, Najib’s survival may depend more on Umno elders the likes of former PM Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad, and former finance ministers Tun Daim Zainuddin and Tunku Razaleigh Hamzah.

“Since they have all turned against him, though, the omens are not good.” he said. – March 1, 2015.
– See more at: http://www.themalaysianinsider.com/malaysia/article/things-are-not-looking-good-for-najib-says-report#sthash.h11M0InR.dpuf

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