But a close look at his alleged cascade of crimes makes the idea offensive
"Without him – or perhaps also because of him – the 77-year-old UMNO, the country’s oldest continuing political organization, collapsed into factionalism and crashed in the 2022 national election." Not to mention the 2018 election - so I wouldn't overstate his influence on voters. PS: Thanks for removing the severely compromised Murray Hunter from your contributors. Good move.
How is a nation to recover from it's wounds when the very people who got robbed tries to free the robber. It's just beyond me.
Skorpene. Another one-word search term I use to quickly, succinctly tell clients what today's Malaysia is really all about.
Better yet is 'Mongolian girlfriend,' but that takes too many keystrokes and is too fun to read.
Excellent write up and well summarized. Ther is no comment on how DAP or PAS view a pardon for Najib. This is relevant. If AI as PM is supporting the pardon then his credibility and statements on anti corruption will be questioned by all the people who have supported him and his party. I am sure that many PKR and dap members will not support a pardon for Najib.