Muhyiddin’s video - Horses’ Mouths – 22 May 2015

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Muhyiddin’s video on 1MDB

We have to take action, we cannot be, 'Nevermind, give a bit more time'. No!

Muhyiddin Yassin, Deputy Prime Minister, insisting the authorities must act now on 1MDB in a leaked video depicting a closed-door meeting between Muhyiddin and the Umno grassroots in Pahang last week


That was my view, which I made at a closed-door gathering during a political course organised by the training bureau. To me, I shared those views with my fellow political leaders so that they understand better. And it is not even new, I have spoken out on it outside. What matters is that we want to come up with a solution, if possible, over that issue.

Muhyiddin Yassin, standing by his statement calling for 1MDB board to be sacked


Would Muhyiddin propose the sacking of Najib as Prime Minister if Najib is responsible for all the major decisions taken by the 1MDB board in the RM42 billion 1MDB scandal?

Lim Kit Siang, DAP advisor


The best example (of dissent) is Muhyiddin’s video. When Muhyiddin was talking, some are chanting ‘sack the president.’ It is the mentality of any party which has been in power as long as Umno has, where their main interest now is to keep winning and stay in power.

Rafizi Ramli, PKR secretary general


Even though recently we face all kinds of challenges and obstacles, the government and I will only choose one path - forward. We will never turn back.

Najib Razak, Prime Minister, declaring that he will not turn back in face of criticisms against his policies and administration



1MDB Cayman funds

There was a mistake in the sense that, the impression when they (1MDB) said they have redeemed and saved in the Singapore bank, the impression is that there’s cash. Actually, that is savings.

Ahmad Husni Mohamad Hanadzlah, Second Finance Minister, admitting that the government had made a mistake in claiming that 1Malaysia Development Bhd (1MDB) had redeemed its investments in the Cayman Islands in cash


(The allegations) on Arul Kanda that he obtained the financial statements, not owned by BSI (a bank in Singapore), are not true.

Finance Ministry, denying the allegation that 1Malaysia Development Bhd (1MDB) president and executive director Arul Kanda had obtained falsified bank documents over the firm’s Cayman fund controversy


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