Corruption no longer sole preserve of BN, says Anwar


Mikha Chan

PKR president Anwar Ibrahim urges civil society to speak up against corruption, wherever it surfaces, at a breaking of fast event in Bangi, Selangor, today. – The Malaysian Insight pic by Nazir Sufari, May 16, 2019.

CORRUPTION is no longer the sole preserve of Umno and Barisan Nasional, as Pakatan Harapan has begun to show signs of it after taking power, said PKR president Anwar Ibrahim.

Anwar, who is to take over the reins from Prime Minister Dr Mahathir Mohamad, said the PH leadership was now surrounded by “certain groups” which he said were attempting to weaken the ruling coalition.


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  • Fortunes do come when a person has position and power. It is normal for anybody to receive fortunes, only legality is the question. As a politician, he must not take anything extra from the Rakyat. What you gain is because of the honours conferred to you by the rakyat. So, serving the rakyat is your priority.

    Posted 9 months ago by Tanahair Ku

    • What manner of roundabout talk is this? Normal to receive fortune when in power? You must be an ah pek trying to justify his own past.

      Posted 9 months ago by K Pop

    • You do not accept fortunes?

      Posted 9 months ago by Tanahair Ku

    • No. I accept my earnings from my own work. You said it is normal to receive fortune with position and power. Such fortune only comes from unethical gratification (legal or otherwise, since it may be legal to be appointed a director in a GLC but unethical to do so). If you are an entrepreneur or employee, monetary success is a byproduct of effort.

      Posted 9 months ago by K Pop

  • Let's watch PH behavior after TDM hands over the job.

    Posted 9 months ago by Concerned Citizen