Anwar Ibrahim: Saya Bagi Ruang, Kalau Dia Nak Bangun, Sila Bangun
PKR today provided proof that former Indonesian vice-president Jusuf Kalla had sent a letter to the Berita Harian Sdn Bhd group editor on its false report titled “Anwar dapat dana asing lancar Blackout 505” (Anwar obtains foreign funds to launch Blackout 505).
In the three-paragraph letter dated July 18, the former Indonesia vice-president says what was written in the Berita Harian report of June 28 was not the reality.
“In reference to the article that appeared in Berita Harian June 28 on the interview with Al Azharri Siddiq, there is no interview done with the journalist. Azharri came with a letter that eight Malaysian journalists wanted to see me.
“However, I rejected the offer. The meeting on June 1 was just a short meeting arranged by an Indonesian parliament member. What is written in Berita Harian does not portray the reality. Hence, Azharri had apologised to me on this several times,” the letter to the daily states.
Opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim’s political secretary Shukri Saad said this showed that Jusuf (right) was never interviewed on the issue.
BN MP LIANG TECK MING SAID THAT ANWAR HAS SO MUCH MONEY STASHED AWAY OVERSEAS!
Taken in by misinformation spread by a pro-UMNO blog, BN-Simpang Renggam MP, Liang Teck Ming, accused Anwar Ibrahim of having RM332m in overseas banks.
Liang shies from challenge but stands by allegations against Anwar
The Barisan Nasional MP who accused Opposition Leader Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim of having RM322 million in offshore accounts is not prepared to repeat the allegation outside the house – where he will not be given protection from the law.
Simpang Renggam MP Liang Teck Meng told The Malaysian Insider today that he is not going to take up the challenge to repeat the allegation, casting doubts on his “revelation” in Parliament on Tuesday.
Dewan Rakyat speaker promises action on opposition motion
Parliament speaker Tan Sri Pandikar Amin Mulia has promised to consider taking action against BN Simpang Renggam MP Liang Teck Meng who has refused to apologise over allegations he made against opposition leader Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim.
“I am studying the motion. I will consider this,” Pandikar Amin said today.
Jusuf Kalla never criticised me, says Anwar
Here is a source who claims to know of Anwar’s ecret funding!
Jusuf Kalla’s Expose Of Anwar Ibrahim’s Foreign Backing
It came from his good friend, who probably had grown tired of his lies and fed up with his charade.
Former deputy president of Indonesia Jusuf Kalla exposes Anwar Ibrahim and the sources of his furtive funding, which will have far-reaching consequences if he had become prime minister.
Below is the English transcription by The MOLE of Merdeka Online interview with Jusuf Kalla.
Here, is the original interview in Bahasa Malaysia
“There is no basis in these allegations. We have checked and there is nothing like it in Wikileaks. It was started by Umno bloggers and played up by Utusan,” he said at the Parliament lobby.
Anwar said that Liang appeared to have delivered a “prepared speech” by Umno to discredit him.
Stashed cash: Allegation started by Umno bloggers, says Anwar
BY ELIZABETH ZACHARIAH
July 03, 2013
A Barisan Nasional MP, who alleged in Parliament that Opposition leader Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim stashed away RM332 million in 20 offshore bank accounts, could face censure for having misled the House.
The reason – Liang Teck Meng appeared to have relied on a claim made in an Umno blog rather than in a Wikileaks cable as he told Parliament yesterday. Liang’s allegation was given widespread coverage in the mainstream media today, with the Umno-owned press leading the charge against Anwar.
In response, Tian Chua (PKR-Batu), asked Liang to provide proof to the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) to enable investigations to be carried out.
“We’ve been pursuing our struggles for 15 years and we didn’t even get a single sen. If our leader is so rich, we also want to know about it,” Tian Chua said.
PKR deputy whip Sim Tze Sin told a press conference in the Parliament lobby today that the information is not available on WikiLeaks and that it was merely an allegation in a pro-Umno blog.
Utusan Malaysia the champion of slander and lies!
PARLIAMENT A claim made by a backbencher in the Dewan Rakyat today that Opposition Leader Anwar Ibrahim stashed away RM332 million in 20 banks in four countries, including Israel, drew an angry response from opposition members.
Quoting anti-secrecy organisation WikiLeaks, Liang Teck Meng (BN-Simpang Renggam) said the Permatang Pauh MP was said to have a treasure-trove of US$66 million (RM209 million) and S$$49 million (RM123 million) in 20 banks in the United States, China and Singapore, besides Israel.
“This information went viral on the Internet. And when I read this, I wonder where this money comes from,” Liang (left) said when debating the motion of thanks on the Royal Address.
Liang said all the accounts had detailed particulars of the holder’s name, position and passport number as well as the dates the accounts were opened and the maturity dates.
Therefore, he said, the government should investigate the matter as one of the accounts was opened in Israel, with which Malaysia has no diplomatic relations.
Jeff Ooi Chuan Aun (DAP-Jelutong) said if Liang failed to provide the necessary proof, he should be taken to task by the Parliamentary Rights and Privileges Committee.