Showing posts from November, 2023

Sheraton Move Two (if any) is badly injured

Some people say there is a possibility that MPs from UMNO who are pro-Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin were about to switch their support to Bersatu president and PN.  With the support from other MPs from various parties in the unity government, Muhyiddin may possibly make a magic return as prime  minister "one more time" under Sheraton Move II. The assumption says Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim was aware of the plan and took immediate proactive actions. As we can see now, 5 Bersatu MPs have switched their support to the Madani government. This situation has definitely weakened the plan and strategy by the opposition, precisely PN. Mahathir speaks based on his own experience as PM  New Straits Times on November 28, 2023 reported that  Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad accused the unity government for allegedly engaging in bribery through constituency allocations. The former prime minister on his X account (@chedetofficial) said that opposition MPs declaring support for Prime Minister Anwar Ibrahim w

If Anwar failed to deliver — you asked for it

Online English daily newspaper Malay Mail reported DAP veteran Tan Sri Lim Kit Siang yesterday, November 28, 2⁰23, inurged the unity government led by Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim to start delivering on the promised reforms before the next general election due by 2027 comes. The former lawmaker said the federal government has to start making good on its pledges now that Malaysia has achieved relative political stability so that voters can assess its performance on its merits and not give its detractors any chance to gain momentum. “I am myself not happy with various things that have happened but with the restoration of political stability, Anwar has three to four years to fulfil his reform promises. “If Anwar failed to deliver his reform promise, whether the doctrine of separation of power, the rule of law, an independent judiciary, the fight against corruption, good governance, educational reforms so that Malaysian educational institutions produce excellence instead of media illiterate

Aman Palestin dipercayai guna wang derma orang ramai untuk bisnes manfaat peribadi, kata sumber SPRM

Gertak Aman Palestin disambut, SPRM sedia berdepan di mahkamah Media arus perdana, portal berita Malaysiakini melaporkan  Ketua Pesuruhjaya Suruhanjaya Pencegahan Rasuah Malaysia (SPRM) Tan Sri Azam Baki sebagai berkata badan anti-rasuah itu  sedia berdepan Aman Palestin di mahkamah jika pertubuhan itu mengambil tindakan undang-undang ke atas pembekuan akaun banknya. Azam berkata sementara Aman Palestin ada hak memulakan tindakan mahkamah, SPRM juga ada kuasa di bawah undang-undang untuk membuat siasatan bagi pihak orang awam. "Tiada siapa boleh melarang mereka untuk ambil tindakan. Kita lawan di mahkamah. "Setakat ini, kita hanya ikut undang-undang," katanya kepada portal berita itu. Pada minggu lalu, SPRM   membeku 41 akaun bank   milik Aman Palestin Berhad dan entiti syarikat lain melibatkan wang berjumlah RM15 juta. Pembekuan dibuat berkaitan siasatan penyalahgunaan wang sumbangan dan dibuat di bawah Akta SPRM 2009, Akta Pencegahan Pengubahan Wang Haram, Pencegah