21 July 2018
Now you see it, now you don’t, and then watch it disappear!
16 July 2018
12 June 2018
Zahid most suited to be No. 1, says Johor Umno
JOHOR Umno wants party vice-president Ahmad Zahid Hamidi to be the party No. 1.
Its deputy chairman Abdul Latiff Ahmad described him as the most suitable candidate for the post.
He said Zahid’s readiness to carry out presidential duties during Umno’s darkest hours showed he was a great-spirited leader who was willing to shoulder heavy responsibilities.
“Regardless of how badly the party suffers, I see Ahmad Zahid as someone who does not abandon the party or become panicky; rather he has the wisdom to regulate and rebuild Umno prudently.
“Umno members should look at the realisation of a leader who is willing to take up this very heavy responsibility, and by right, they should give him their undivided support,” he said in a statement here today.
He said Umno needed a big-spirited leader who could revive and revolutionise the spirit of the party.
17 May 2018
Dahlan u can blahhhh
Malay Mail Online
‘Father of demonstrations’ says street protests not the answer
KUALA LUMPUR, Aug 14 — Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi today said public protests do not result in meaningful solutions, citing his own experience from the early days of his political career.
Ahmad Zahid was elected head of Umno Youth in 1996 and was briefly held under the Internal Security Act in 1998 following the sacking of Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim as deputy prime minister.
Speaking during the opening of the Lembah Pantai Umno division meeting today, he said he was angrier during his youth, but has since learned to be more grounded.
“Demonstrations are not the way to protect the people. It has to be translated in a realistic manner. Go down to the ground, like how Raja Nong Chik does,” Ahmad Zahid said, referring to former Federal Territories minister and Lembah Pantai Umno chief Datuk Raja Nong Chik Raja Zainal Abidin.
4:42PM May 24, 2014
Zahid warns Rela, I know who did not vote
“Don’t play play with me. I know who has voted and didn’t vote,” Home Minister Ahmad Zahid Hamidi warned volunteer corps Rela officers during a rally in Teluk Intan today.
Revealing that there are over 8,000 Rela members who are voters in this constituency, Zahid also said that there were 2,000 over Rela members who did not vote in the last general elections despite being eligible to vote.
“So, this time, make sure that BN wins this parliamentary seat,” Ahmad Zahid said in his speech at Sekolah Kebangsaan Selabak.
“I’m watching over the Pekan Baru ballot boxes,” he said. Kampung Selabak comes under the Pekan Baru voting district.
Businessman agrees to out-of-court settlement over Ahmad Zahid assault case
The much awaited court battle between Home Minister Datuk Seri Ahmad Zahid Hamidi and businessman Amir Bazli Abdullah, who claimed he was assaulted. has fizzled out.
This follows an out-of-court settlement between both parties during a mediation exercise at the Shah Alam High Court today.
Datuk Shamsul Bahrain Ibrahim, a member in Ahmad Zahid’s legal team, told reporters that compensation was to be decided without intervention of lawyers.
“Both have agreed to withdraw their action against each other,” he said.
His lawyer, Karpal Singh, said the mediation was conducted by Sessions Court judge Rohani Ismail in the presence of Zahid and Amir Bazli.
“I had insisted that the mediation be done together with lawyers sitting in but she decided otherwise,” the veteran lawyer said.