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    PAS seeks Royal Commission probe on Najib-Altantuya

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    Tuesday, 28 April 2009 21:35

    By Wong Choon Mei, Suara Keadilan

    Islamic-based PAS has asked the Malay Rulers’ Council to set up a Royal Commission of Inquiry to probe if Prime Minister Najib Razak was indeed involved in the murder of Mongolian translator Altantuya Shaariibuu.

    “Reports alleging the existence of a relationship between Najib and Altantuya through the purchase of a fleet of submarines have been reported in India, Australia, Korea, Thailand, etc,” PAS information chief Mahfuz Omar wrote in the official party letter to the Council.

    “This shows that Najib’s credibility as a prime minister has been openly questioned at the international level.”

    PAS also urged the Rulers to grant the request as soon as possible as it was the only way to let the international community know that Malaysia was prepared to answer all allegations.

    “These reports have been featured by no less than 19 international media organisations, and all of them depict the prime minister as a person who is corrupt and involved in abuse of power, sex scandals as well as the murder of the Mongolian model,” PAS said.

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    Bakri Musa's advice to Najib on walkabout

    Walkabout Versus Makan Angin Management

    Walkabout Versus Makan Angin Management


    M. Bakri Musa

    www.bakrimusa.com

    It is commendable that Prime Minister Najib Razak is periodically leaving his air-conditioned office to experience first hand what ordinary citizens have to put up with in their daily lives. Last week saw him riding the Light Rail Transit; the week before, a stroll down Petaling Street. All these so he could “understand the pulse of the people.”

    Najib would like us to compare him to his late father with his legendary working visits to the various “Operations Rooms” throughout the country to monitor development projects. Whether Najib would prove to be like his father or closer to Abdullah Badawi, the country’s most inept leader, remains to be seen.

    Recall that Abdullah too made frequent well-publicized visits to various governmental agencies. One of those was to the Immigration Department, notorious for its less-than-stellar public service, where he announced that all its problems were miraculously solved following the impromptu visit. The tragic part was that Abdullah believed it; Malaysians of course were much wiser.

    At least thus far Najib had the sense not to wear a three-piece dark suit like Abdullah did on his walkabouts. Instead Najib opted for the more casual batik look. While Abdullah appeared formal and imperious, like a sultan showing the flag, Najib was more like someone out for an evening stroll, more jalan jalan (leisurely stroll) and makan angin (lit. eat wind) than a working visit. Both Najib and Abdullah looked like they were not ready for serious work.

    Emulate His Father

    I suggest that Najib (or his aides) look at the archives of Filem Negara to see how his father did it. The image we have of the Tun was of a leader who was serious, brooked no nonsense, and most of all ready to do some heavy lifting. It was not just an image. As many who had worked with the late Tun would readily attest, that was also very much the reality.

    The Tun did it long before Tom Peters and Robert Waterman popularized the term “managing by wandering about” in their bestseller In Search of Excellence. Never mind that twenty years later Peters would confess that he faked the whole data on which their book was based, or that many of the “excellent” companies he cited no longer existed! Later, the movie Crocodile Dundee brought to the American mainstream the Australian Aborigine’s expression “walkabout.”

    A prominent feature of the late Tun’s walkabouts was that they were working visits, not “photo ops” designed for the day’s prime news cycle. The Tun’s trademark gear was the bush jacket, not dark suits or casual batik. Aware of the blasting heat of the tropical sun, the Tun often wore a hat or carried an umbrella. The Malaysian sun is still as hot today even though I do not see our leaders appropriately attired on their various “official” visits.

    Tun Razak’s frequent visits to the field were focused. He would first hear the official briefings; and then visit the various projects. Woe to the official whose glowing reports did not match the reality! At the same time those visits were also opportunities for junior officers to show off their stuff. The late Tun effectively used those trips to scout for promising talents.

    How does Razak Junior measure up? Too soon to tell, but I wish that he would dispense with his colorful batik shirts and three-piece dark suits, have a more purposeful stride, and do away with the media hype. He should also severely trim his entourage, to a security person, a secretary to jot notes, and the head of the visited department.

    I would also like him to be more prepared. Surely he did not need to visit the LRT station to know that our commuter trains are overcrowded and frequently late. What he should have done instead was to query management as to what steps they were taking to rectify the problems, and how could he help solve them.

    Short Reading List for Najib

    Najib has one thing going for him as compared to his immediate predecessor; he is an avid reader. I suggest that he read how some great leaders did it. From our own tradition he could read the various celebrated accounts of the night time walkabouts of our second Caliph, Omar (May Allah be pleased with him!). Closer to home, Najib could emulate his father. Unfortunately as not much has been written by Tun’s contemporaries on his unique management style, Najib has to rely on Filem Negara’s archives.

    There are two old books that I would recommend for Najib in developing his own walkabout management. One is Robert Townsend’s Up the Organization, first published in 1970. Townsend was the CEO of Avis Corporation, the car rental company whose advertising jingle, “We’re Number Two; We Try Harder!” changed the fortune of the company.

    Townsend related how whenever he was out of town to visit the various franchises, he would phone his headquarters incognito to see how his staff would handle customers’ queries. This was of course long before the days of outsourcing where such complaints would be routed to service centers in India. Townsend would also go to the local counters to experience the services his customers were receiving, or not receiving! When he found that wanting, he did not harangue the poor receptionists but would bring the matter up with their local managers.

    The other book is Jack Welch’s Jack: Straight From The Gut, co-written with John Byrne. Welch was the legendary CEO of the giant conglomerate GE Corporation. Under his leadership, GE’s revenues increased five-fold; and market value, 30 times!

    On his frequent visits out of headquarters, Welch would ask the local managers to name three or four of their promising subordinates. He would then meet them privately to get a firsthand assessment. Following that he would ask their managers what they were doing to groom the promising talents they have under them.

    Welch went further. Whenever young talents were “fast tracked,” he would make sure that their immediate superiors would also be appropriately recognized and rewarded for having played an important role. Were Najib to subscribe to that, he would help reduce the pernicious habit endemic in our civil service where promising young subordinates would be banished to the ulus lest they would pose a threat to their superiors.

    Najib should also adopt one of Welch’s favorite practices. He would spend one whole morning addressing about 70 of GE’s “fast tracked” managers attending a three-week development course at the company’s “university” at Croton-on-Hudson, New York. Those were no cheerleading or pep rallies, rather he would challenge the future leaders of his company, inspire them, and most all get fresh ideas from them. It was his relished assignment, one he rarely missed.

    Likewise Najib should regularly visit INTAN and challenge those young civil servants. Get them before they become corrupted by the corrosive civil service work culture.

    I would also suggest Najib heed one of Welch’s more brutal practices, weeding out the bottom ten percent “underperformers” every year. Were Najib to do that, he would reduce the terrible bloat and greatly enhance the civil service’s efficiency.

    I would not advise Najib emulate another celebrated CEO, Southwest Airline’s Herb Kelleher. In an attempt to get close to his employees and customers, Kelleher would often fly as an ordinary passenger and also take on temporary assignments as baggage handler and counter clerk. Najib does not have Kelleher’s charm or sense of humor to carry that out. Air Asia’s Tony Fernandez could, but not Najib.

    Management by walkabout is a powerful and effective tool, but only when it is done right. As the management guru Edward Deming put it, “If you wait for people to come to you, you’ll only get small problems. You must go and find them. The big problems are where people don’t realize they have one in the first place.”

    Were Najib to do anything less than what have been presented here, his frequent forays would quickly degenerate into makan angin or jalan jalan outings. All you get with makan angin is foul flatus. Worse, those visits would only disrupt the normal workings of the visited agencies. God knows, our leaders have already engaged enough in those already.

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    Butchery not enough?

    He wants to go for the Obama approach now. This guy really has got a good sense of humour.

    Race relations is not the issue.

    UMNO is the issue!

    And the solution? UMNO must go!


    Najib tries the direct approach
    By Leslie Lau
    Consultant Editor

    KUALA LUMPUR, May 10 – After what can only be described as a rough first month in office, the new administration has decided that the best man to sell to a sceptical Malaysian public its ideas, especially the concept of 1Malaysia which is at risk of being still-born, is the prime minister himself.

    With race relations continuing to be an issue, Datuk Seri Najib Razak plans to reach out directly to non-Malay communities, at the possible expense of Barisan Nasional (BN) component parties like the MCA and MIC.

    The view is that since he knows the 1Malaysia concept it will make sense for him to reach out directly to the non-Malays,” an administration official told The Malaysian Insider.

    ......Internal party research suggests that Chinese support for BN is now only estimated at just 15% of voters, which is down from what was an already dismal 30% during the 2008 elections.

    The MIC is possibly in an even worse shape with an unpopular Datuk Seri S Samy Vellu refusing to relinquish his leadership of the party, making him a huge stumbling block to winning back the votes from the Indian community.

    We hope that in time even if Malaysians still have reservations about the effectiveness of component parties, they will view Najib as being fair to all,” said the administration official.

    The Malaysian Insider understands that the administration wants to adopt what it terms as “the Obama approach,” to emulate some of the popular US president’s inclusive policies.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pywong
    PAS seeks Royal Commission probe on Najib-Altantuya

    Posted by admin
    Tuesday, 28 April 2009 21:35

    By Wong Choon Mei, Suara Keadilan

    Islamic-based PAS has asked the Malay Rulers’ Council to set up a Royal Commission of Inquiry to probe if Prime Minister Najib Razak was indeed involved in the murder of Mongolian translator Altantuya Shaariibuu.

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    So does Lim Kit Siang.

    Kit Siang insists Najib needs to clear his name once and for all


    Posted by admin
    Friday, 05 June 2009 17:32
    By Edward Cheah, The Malaysian Insider

    DAP veteran Lim Kit Siang renewed calls for investigations into allegations of the Prime Minister's involvement in the death of Mongolian model Altantuya Shaaribuu.

    In response to Datuk Seri Najib Razak’s answer of there being “no evidence” when questioned by the foreign press in Beijing while on an official visit to China, Lim challenged the prime minister to hold a royal commission of inquiry to clear his name once and for all.

    “It will not go away until there is a satisfactory investigation to get to the bottom of the allegations,” he said.

    Lim told The Malaysian Insider that the fact that Najib was being “dogged” by the issue at home and abroad shows that it has hampered his credibility and that he must clear his name.

    He also called Najib’s tongue-in-cheek comment about Altantuya staying in a "two-star rundown hotel" distasteful and showed a distinct lack of respect for the murdered Mongolian.

    Opposition leaders have repeatedly tried to link Najib to the murder. The 28-year-old model and translator was having an affair with his close friend and aide Abdul Razak Baginda when she was shot on Oct 19, 2006. Her body was then blown up in a forest outside Kuala Lumpur, and only fragments were found. Link here…
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    Anwar accuses Public Prosecutor of ‘political persecution’
    By Debra Chong

    KUALA LUMPUR, June 11 – Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim is crying foul. With less than a month before he goes on trial for sodomy again, the opposition leader has yet to receive key documents from the Public Prosecutor (PP), which he says he is entitled to under the law.

    In a statement yesterday from his lawyer, the former deputy prime minister accused the PP of purposely withholding information and denying him a fair trial.

    He also charged the PP of taking part in a political conspiracy against him and demands the sodomy charges against him be dropped immediately.

    “The Public Prosecutor has much to hide and as such, this prosecution of Dato' Seri Anwar Ibrahim is clearly an abuse, frivolous, unjust and is tantamount to a political persecution,” Sankara Nair said on behalf of Anwar. More…
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    Anwar's appeal rejected
    Hafiz Yatim
    Jul 2, 09
    3:55pm
    The Court of Appeal has rejected the application by Opposition Leader Anwar Ibrahim to have his sodomy trial transferred back to the Sessions Court from the High Court.

    The unanimous decision was announced by Justice Abdull Hamid Embong who is leading a three-member bench.

    Other judges on the panel are Justices Abu Samah Nordin and Jeffery Tan Kok Wha.

    Speaking to reporters later, Anwar said that he was 'disgusted' by the decision. More…
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    Re: IS NAJIB FIT TO BE PM?

    CERAMAH PERDANA "Anwar akan di penjara"

    Tarikh: 3hb Julai 09
    Masa: 8:45 malam
    Tempat: Dewan MBSA, Seksyen 19.

    Penceramah: Dato' Zaid bin Ibrahim (Bekas Menteri Jabatan Perdana Menteri)
    Shamsul Iskandar (Ketua AMK Pusat)
    Sani Hamzan (Exco Pemuda PAS Pusat)
    Abdullah Sani (Ahli Parliament Kuala Langat)

    Jemput datang beramai ramai.
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    Prosecution falsified affidavits in Sodomy II

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    Wednesday, 22 July 2009 03:01

    By Anwar Ibrahim

    1. I have today lodged two separate police reports at Balai Polis Damansara.

    2. The first report is in relation to my trial proceedings where I have applied to strike the charge against me on the ground, amongst others, that the prosecution is a result of a mala fide political conspiracy against me.

    2.1 In my affidavit in support of my application to strike out the charge, I described in paragraphs 53 to 63 how Tan Sri Gani Patail ( “Gani” ) and Tan Sri Musa Hassan (‘Musa” ) were involved first in the making a false police report by ACP Koh Hong Sun in relation to my arrest under the ISA on 20/21 September 1998, and also how Gani and Musa were involved in fabricating false evidence in the investigation in the assault on me by Tan Sri Rahim Noor.

    These instances were given amongst other examples to show their role in the political conspiracy then, their active fabrication of false evidence against me and which they are now continuing to do. Malaysiatoday....
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    Can we see the similarities here?

    Now the doctor's report has gone missing.

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    Thursday, 13 August 2009 00:00

    Raja Petra’s house was raided by the police at about 8.00am this morning, Friday, 22 August 2008. The police said they were looking for documents and any evidence related to the Statutory Declaration signed by the Burmese Doctor from Pusrawi. The raid was is in relation to the sodomy allegation against Anwar Ibrahim where the said doctor who examined the accuser, Saiful, confirmed he could not find any evidence that the young man had been sodomised by anyone. (see more here). Now that report has gone missing.


    NO HOLDS BARRED

    Raja Petra Kamarudin


    (The Star, 31 July 200 - The Health Ministry will stand by the medical findings of Hospital Kuala Lumpur (HKL) on Mohd Saiful Bukhari Azlan.

    Director-General Tan Sri Dr Ismail Merican said the examination on Mohd Saiful on June 28 was according to standard operating procedures with “strict adherence to medical ethics, confidentiality and professionalism.” Malaysiatoday....
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    Does this now answer your question?

    Posted by admin
    Tuesday, 18 August 2009 19:08

    There are many who whacked Anwar Ibrahim for refusing to be subjected to a DNA examination. “If he is innocent of sodomy why refuse?” they ask. “Let the DNA test clear the matter,” they say. Then Anwar can prove he is innocent. Actually, it is not that simple. DNA evidence can be fabricated, as scientists in Israel have now confirmed. Anwar is safer telling the Malaysian police to go fuck themselves.

    NO HOLDS BARRED

    Raja Petra Kamarudin

    DNA evidence can be fabricated, scientists show


    By Andrew Pollack, The New York Times

    Scientists in Israel have demonstrated that it is possible to fabricate DNA evidence, undermining the credibility of what has been considered the gold standard of proof in criminal cases.

    The scientists fabricated blood and saliva samples containing DNA from a person other than the donor of the blood and saliva. They also showed that if they had access to a DNA profile in a database, they could construct a sample of DNA to match that profile without obtaining any tissue from that person. Malaysiatoday....
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