ANAK - Horses’ Mouths – 17 June 2015

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Mazlan Aliman and ANAK

On a personal level, I am saddened by the decision made by my friend Mazlan Aliman. I can understand his feelings and I too feel his pain, which is why I respect his right and his stand. Insyaallah for PAS, we will keep cooperating with ANAK in protecting the rights and welfare of our Felda settlers.

Tuan Ibrahim Tuan Man, PAS deputy president



Pakatan Rakyat turmoil

The DAP central executive committee (last night) accepts the PAS muktamar's motion to sever ties with DAP and effectively, that Pakatan ceases to exist.

Lim Guan Eng, DAP secretary-general, insisting Pakatan Rakyat is dead


To say that Pakatan has broken up is too early. While we respect DAP who brought PKR together in a new alliance and coalition, I want to remind them that the decision (of the motion) is not finalised and only a suggestion. I believe the space for discussion will be used fully by all.

Shamsul Iskandar Md Akin, PKR vice president, opining that DAP has jumped the gun on its decision to declare Pakatan Rakyat is dead


(Pakatan) is not over. We remain with two parties. We in Pakatan are a coalition of parties, as long as Pakatan has two parties, the coalition is still there. This all is up to PAS and PKR.

Nik Abduh Nik Aziz, PAS Youth chief



MIC turmoil

Let me make it absolutely clear that I am the President of MIC and there shall be no doubt whatsoever on this.

G Palanivel, MIC president, insisting that he is still the president of the party



The ‘missing’ 1MDB’s Cayman funds

In September 2012, 1MDB sold its shares in PetroSaudi Oil Services Limited for USD2.318 billion and received fund units in a Cayman registered fund. The Cayman registered fund is managed by Bridge Partners, a Hong Kong-based fund manager. These fund units were owned by 1MDB via its 100 percent subsidiary, Brazen Sky, and held through BSI Bank Singapore as custodian.

1MDB, admitting there was never any cash from the beginning when its funds was said to be in the Cayman Islands and that it had always been in "units"



AirAsia over MAS?

They (the government) has made a stepchild out of MAS, which is fine with us. But just don't blame us.

Malek Ariff, MAS Employees Union (Maseu) secretary-general, accusing the government of favouring AirAsia over Malaysia Airlines System (MAS)

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