Kevin Morais - Horses’ Mouths – 17 September 2015

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Kevin Morais

Its a sad day. We have lost a good officer.

Abdul Gani Patail, former Attorney General, on the murder of his former staff Deputy Public Prosecutor Kevin Morais


I strongly condemn the outrageous murder of DPP Kevin Morais. Condolences to his fmly. @PDRMsia must take swift action & invstigte this case.

Najib Razak



Red shirts rally

Yes, flight from Penang to Kota Bharu. The picture was from the previous GST rally.

Nik Abduh Nik Abdul Aziz, Pasir Mas MP, confirming that he did not attend the red shirt rally, or the Perhimpunan Maruah Melayu, as several parties had claimed


Don't let their plot to divert your attention succeed. Their motives are clear because there was not a single mention about the RM2.6 billion donation, 1mDB, the falling value of ringgit or the problems faced by the rakyat.

Tuan Ibrahim Tuan Man, PAS deputy president, urging Malaysians not to react to the rally, saying that any reaction would mean that the organisers have succeeded in diverting attention from recent financial scandals surrounding Prime Minister Najib Razak


What is their objective? Even I don’t know. How am I supposed to comment?

Dr Mahathir Mohamad, claiming he is still clueless about the Himpanan Rakyat Bersatu’s objectives


Being let down

Our judiciary had been weakened in the past and is perceived rightly or wrongly as less effective. With regard to the legislature, it is not unknown that matters which are within the purview of the Dewan Rakyat had often been discussed by the executive committee of the ranking party within the coalition forming the government of the day.

Tengku Razaleigh Hamzah, Gua Musang MP, claiming that Malaysians have been badly let down by the failure of three branches of government namely the executive, judiciary and legislature 




To the authorities, do not take a soft approach against haters and racists, do not be biased, get to the root of the problem, and apprehend those who create racial disharmony problems here in Johor Darul Ta’zim.

Ibrahim Ismail Iskandar, Johor Sultan, urging the authorities not to be soft on racists or be biased when it comes to such issues


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