Malays and whisky? - Horses’ Mouths – 11 November 2015

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PAS with Umno?

I think those who made the allegations linking PAS with Umno… until now there’s no proof, and it did not happen as they alleged.

Tuan Ibrahim Tuan Man, PAS deputy president

 

 

Malays and whisky?

I regret the views of a former deputy prime minister’s son in wanting Jakim to be abolished and for Malaysia to return to a time when Malay-Muslims indulged in hard liquor such as whisky and brandy.

Dr Asyraf Wajdi Dusuki, Deputy Minister in the PM’s department, on Tawfik Ismail’s suggestion for the Department of Islamic Development (Jakim) to be abolished

 

 

Turtle eggs and minister

Honestly, I didn’t know that there were laws against it. But to me, that is not the issue. The issue is whether it was consumed or not.

Ismail Sabri Yaakob, Rural and Regional Development Minister, claiming ignorant about the law that prohibits the possession and consumption of turtle eggs in Sabah

 

 

Suhakam’s budget

The Malaysian government cannot in good conscience claim that they hold human rights and civil liberties in high regards when it is not reflected in the budget allocation for Suhakam,

Sevan Doraisamy, Suaram executive director, on the dramatic budget cut of the Human Rights Commission of Malaysia (Suhakam)

 

 

Porn sites

It is important for the MCMC to take action as this is the root cause of social problems in our country.

Salleh Said Keruak, Communications and Multimedia Minister, claiming the Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission (MCMC) has blocked 1,074 pornography websites for violating the Communications and Multimedia Act 1998

 

 

1MDB and Kayveas’ logic

If I have a company and my company is not doing well, you can say what you want but that is for the management of the company. Why make Datuk Seri Najib the scapegoat?

M Kayveas, PPP president, insisting that Prime Minister should not be made the scapegoat for the problems faced by 1Malaysia Development Bhd (1MDB)

 

 

Vape

Another shocking statement by the Health Ministry. The vape sellers can no longer be in business as giant companies own the pharmacies, including the foreign ones.

Ismail Sabri, Minister for Rural and Regional Development, slamming the latest directive by the Health Ministry where only licensed pharmacists and registered medical practitioners could sell the nicotine-laced vapes

 

 

Azmin’s son

We did it that way as we didn't want to create any fuss. But after three months he had still not come forward, forcing police to issue the notice under Section 111 of the Criminal Procedure Code. Police had actually given him ample time; in fact he could have come forward before the notice was issued.

Tajuddin Md Isa, Kuala Lumpur police chief, clearing the air over the notice sent to Mohamed Azmin Ali's son ordering him to go to the Dang Wangi police headquarters at 10am Monday

 

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