Tuesday, May 31, 2016

The next Prime Minister of Malaysia.



ROSMAH HIRED A PRIVATE JET TO LOAD OFF HER LAST BELONGING TO A EUROPEAN COUNTRY.
ROSMAH IS DEFINITELY GOING INTO EXILE.
NAJIS ALREADY GOT THE GREEN LIGHT TO KEEP RM30 BILLION WHILE THE BALANCE IS TO BE SHARED AMONG HIS PEOPLE.
WILL NAJIS HAVE THE COURAGE TO LEAVE HIS MOTHER BEHIND?
THE MOTHER IS THE MAIN OBSTACLE.
WHAT WILL ROSMAH DO?
IGP GOT HIS RM100 MILLION.
THE MAFIA ALREADY READY FOR THE TAKE OVER IN PUTRAJAYA.
WILL THE MAFIA OR PEOPLE POWER SUCCEED.
EVERYONE GOT THEIR SHARE.
EVEN HADI FROM PAS.
SO WHO WILL BE THE NEW PRIME MINISTER?
IS MALAYSIA READY FOR THE BIGGEST CHANGE IN THE HISTORY OF MALAYSIA?
WILL PAS REJOIN UMNO?


Sunday, May 29, 2016

Karma at its best



Hemorrhagic stroke and undergoing Craniotomy.
WHO IS NEXT?

Malaysia Mr and Mrs Prime Minister and UMNO Nightmare coming soon

PETALING JAYA: Parliament’s Public Accounts Committee (PAC) can only accept verified information in its reports, the committee’s chairman Hasan Arifin says. 
Hasan made this statement today when responding to a recent report by the Wall Street Journal (WSJ), alleging that Bank Negara Malaysia (BNM) had sent a letter to the PAC which he heads, stating that Good Star Limited was owned by controversial businessman Low Taek Jho, also known as Jho Low.
“As the PAC chairman, I deny that Good Star Limited was owned by Low Taek Jho as stated by the WSJ, citing a letter between BNM and the committee.
“Because the information received by the PAC was of ‘intelligence level’ clearance, the committee cannot include that as it goes against our work and our responsibilities.
“This could also trigger prejudice towards any side,” he said, although not specifying which report this information was initially included in.
He however did state that the information was classified under “intelligence information” by the Central Bank.
“BNM themselves stated that the information given was of ‘intelligence level’ clearance.
“PAC is not an intelligence body and the information received must be true and authentic,” Hasan clarified.
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Mr Kwek Mean Luck will lead the prosecution of the 1MDB corruption scandal case in Singapore.
SECOND SOLICITOR-GENERAL MR KWEK MEAN LUCK
 
1  The Legal Service Commission President and Members have re-appointed Mr  Kwek Mean Luck (郭民力) to the Legal Service and as the Second Solicitor-General  (“2SG”) of the Attorney-General’s Chambers. Mr Kwek, previously the Deputy  Secretary (Development) in the Public Service Division of the Prime Minister’s Office  and Dean and Chief Executive of the Civil Service College Singapore, assumed  office on 1 July 2015.
 
2  Mr Kwek, 42, read law at the University of Cambridge on an Overseas Merit  Scholarship from the Public Service Commission. He later obtained a Master of Laws
from Harvard University under the Lee Kuan Yew Scholarship in 2000.  Mr Kwek was
awarded the prestigious USA Eisenhower Fellowship in 2012
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3  Mr Kwek began his career as a Legal Service Officer. He was a Justices’ Law  Clerk at the Supreme Court in 1998 and was appointed District Judge in the then Subordinate  Courts (now State Courts) in October 2001. In July 2004, he was  appointed Senior Assistant Registrar in the Supreme Court.
 
4  Mr Kwek has also held several appointments in the Administrative Service. He was Deputy Secretary (Industry) in the Ministry of Trade and Industry from October  2009 to May 2012. Since June 2012, he has held concurrent appointments as the  Deputy Secretary (Development) in the Public Service Division of the Prime  Minister’s Office, as well as Dean and Chief Executive of the Civil Service College.

5  In recognition of his outstanding contributions to Public Service, he was  awarded the Public Administration Medal (Silver) in 2010. Mr Kwek has served on the  board of several government agencies, such as the National Heritage Board,  Sentosa Development Corporation, Economic Development Board and the Civil  Service College.

6 Attorney-General VK Rajah S.C. said : “I am very pleased by Mr Kwek Mean  Luck’s appointment as the AGC’s Second Solicitor-General. Mr Kwek brings with him  considerable experience and knowledge from his stints in both the Legal Service and
the Administrative Service. As the AGC undergoes a period of reorganisation and process re-engineering, Mr Kwek’s prior experiences will be valuable." 

Saturday, May 28, 2016

Another World Record broken by Malaysia Prime Minister

1MDB money laundering case largest ever in S’pore

 | May 28, 2016
The Ministry of Finance (MoF) owned 1MDB is the subject of investigation in six countries, said prosecutors.
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KUALA LUMPUR: Prosecutors in Singapore said on Friday that a cross-border investigation involving 1MDB in six countries was the largest ever money-laundering case in the city state, according to a report by the Wall Street Journal (WSJ).
The statement by the prosecutors was in support of an application to deny bail to Yeo Jiawei, a former wealth manager at the Singapore branch of BSI SA which has been linked to 1MDB and money laundering.
The High Court previously overturned a lower court decision to grant Yeo bail. The High Court said that there was a risk that Yeo would interfere with witnesses.
Yeo, who appeared in Court on Friday in purple prison garb, shook his head in disagreement when the prosecutor said that he earlier interferred with witnesses.
The prosecutor said that he might do it again if released on bail.
Yeo has been charged with money laundering related to the 1MDB investigations. Another five people from BSI in Singapore have been referred by the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) to the Attorney-General for possible criminal offences.
Prosecutors, in oral statements in Court, said that investigations in Singapore was part of what is globally “one of the largest money laundering cases ever”.
An Affidavit in Support by Singapore police said that its investigation was into “complex, cross-border transactions involving staggering sums of money”.
Prosecutors disputed a statement by Yeo’s lawyer that he didn’t have sufficient access to his client. As a result, he claimed, he did not know whether his client intended to dispute the charges.
Another Yeo lawyer previously said that his client intended to fight the nine charges against him. They include attempts to pervert the course of justice and money laundering.
The WSJ said that it has viewed documents on an investigation led by the Commercial Affairs Department of the Singapore Police. The documents allege that money originating from 1MDB passed through BSI SA in Singapore.
The prosecutor’s comments, according to the WSJ report, demonstrate the extent of money laundering which took place at 1MDB.
Already, the Swiss Attorney-General has indicated that USD4 billion, it’s suspected, may have been misappropriated from 1MDB. An earlier statement by the Swiss AG’s Office put the figure at USD6 billion.
The Auditor-General in Malaysia reported to the parliamentary Public Accounts Committee (PAC) that USD7 billion of 1MDB assets and transactions overseas “cannot be verified or traced”.
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MALAYSIANS ESPECIALLY MALAYS MUST BE VERY PROUD THAT NAJIS TUN RAZAK NAME HAS ENTERED INTO GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS NOT ONCE BUT TWICE WITHIN A MONTH.

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