Show-cause letter - Horses’ Mouths – 28 August 2015

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Bersih 4

ATM will only intervene in the rally if the government declares a state of emergency. If the situation is categorised as a threat to public order, we will take over the role of the police in containing the situation.

Zulkifeli Mohd Zin, Armed Forces (ATM) chief, saying the ATM will intervene in the planned Bersih 4 rally only if the government declares a state of emergency


So, if any website try to post anything to attract Internet users into attending the rally, then MCMC will not hesitate to shut it down, and the PDRM will also not hesitate to take action.

Jailani Johari, deputy Communications and Multimedia Minister, giving warning  including news portals are exempted from being blocked by the Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission (MCMC) if they were found to promote the Bersih 4 rally


It’s against the right to information, and he we are talking about implementing the right of information act. We are going to sue them if they do not withdraw…It is really against the rakyat’s right to information. They have no right to block it.

Maria Chin Abdullah, Bersih 2.0 chief



Learn from Dr M’s aides

Some of Najib's advisers who stopped him at the last minute from attending the Nothing2Hide dialogue in PWTC have to learn from the maturity of those advising Mahathir, who is brave enough to face the public.

Khairul Anwar Ramah, the organiser of the botched Nothing2Hide forum in June


Normal life

I, Jessica Gurmeet Kaur, am grateful to the director-general of Immigration Mustafa Ibrahim for confirming that my permanent residency status is not revoked. I would like to thank my lawyers for their relentless efforts for my cause. I further request the media to respect my privacy so that I can move on peacefully with my life.

Jessica Gurmeet Kaur, the officer who was sacked from the Attorney-General's Chambers amidst the 1MDB scandal


Show-cause letter

I have met and talked with him at length, but I do not want to comment about what we discussed. I believe he acted out of frustration. During the meeting, I also reminded him that he had broken the code of conduct because the police have rules on who can speak to the media. So we have to take disciplinary action.

Khalid Abu Bakar, Inspector General of Police, on giving show-cause letter to former Special Branch deputy director Abdul Hamid Bador


Umno sues Umno

Basically this is a suit by Umno for Umno, to ask the party president to account for the chronology of the movement of RM2.6 billion, where it came from, where it went, how much is left and to return it for the benefit of Umno.

Hanif Khatri, lawyer representing an Umno member, on filing a suit against the ruling party's president Najib Razak to account for the chronology of events involving the RM2.6 billion in funds channelled into his personal bank accounts


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