Petitioning University of Nottingham and 1 other: Removing Dato’ Seri Najib Razak’s portrait off the University of Nottingham

12 March 2016

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Petisyen yang dilakukan oleh Cassandra Chung Li Hooi kepada University of Nottingham supaya “Removing Dato’ Seri Najib Razak’s portrait at the University of Nottingham” adalah satu penghinaan yang tidak dapat diterima oleh negara ini.

Mohd Najib Tun Razak adalah Perdana Menteri Malaysia telah dipilih secara demokratik dan mengikut Perlembagaan. Justeru untuk seorang pelajar Malaysia membuat pestiyen sebegini kepada universiti luar negara dan membuat tuduhan-tuduhan yang beliau sendiri tidak pasti kebenarannya adalah satu tindakan pengkhianatan kepada negara.

Suatu hari nanti tidak mustahil apabila pulang beliau akan mensabotaj negara sekiranya tidak bersetuju dengan pimpinan negara ketika itu.

Eloklah Timbalan Menteri KDN, Datuk Nur Jazlan Mohamed melihat tindakan yang perlu dibuat ke atas pelajar ini. Ini bukan soal demokrasi tapi membabitkan maruah negara di universiti tersebut.

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Sesiapa yang tahu mengenai keluarga pelajar ini juga boleh beri maklumat kepada saya. Kita mahu melihat sesuci mana pula keluarganya yang mampu menghantar anak ke luar negara ini.

Petitioner for removal of Najib’s portrait receives threats

 

The person who started the online petition urging the removal of Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak’s portrait from his alma mater University of Nottingham in the UK has received threats to herself and her family.

A Facebook user, Ab Jalil Backer, has urged Deputy Home Minister Nur Jazlan Mohamed to take action against Cassandra Chung, the student at the University of Nottingham who started the petition.

Not only that, he has also urged the public to provide him with details of Chung’s family.

“Whoever knows anything about this student’s family, do give me their information.

“We want to see just how pure this family is who can afford to send their child overseas,” he said in a Facebook post.

He described Chung’s petition as an insult which cannot be accepted by the country, and reminding that Najib was democratically elected.

Chung’s act of starting such a petition overseas and making false accusations, he said, is akin to an act of betrayal to the country.

“One day, when she comes back, it is not impossible for her to sabotage the country if she disagrees with the country’s leadership then,” he said.

11 March 2016

Petition to have Najib’s alma mater portrait removed breaks 2,000

An online petition calling for the removal of Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak’s portrait from his alma mater University of Nottingham in the UK has broken over 2,000 signatures shortly before the deadline.

Less than 30 minutes before the 11.59pm deadline for the motion to be submitted yesterday, the petition, started by one Cassandra Hooi, had garnered 2,252 signatures.

The motion calls for the Malaysian Society to lobby for the removal of Najib’s two-metre high portrait from one of the walls of its campuses (King Meadow).

The motion is meant to be a sign of protest against Najib’s refusal to properly explain the deposits of RM2.6 billion into his personal bank accounts.

If the motion, backed by the petition, is approved, it will be debated during the varsity’s Malaysian Society’s AGM on March 16.

https://www.malaysiakini.com/news/333638

11 March 2016: 8.25 am Malaysian time

Petitioning University of Nottingham and 1 other

Removing Dato’ Seri Najib Razak’s portrait off the University of Nottingham

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