Zaid opens fire on 'Wild West' Najib, sidekick

KUALA LUMPUR: Following the showdown in Sibu, Pakatan Rakyat's troublehooter Zaid Ibrahim has opened fire on Prime Minister Najib Tun Razak, and his sidekick Muhyiddin Yassin.
Likening the prime minister to a gunslinging cowboy of the Wild West, he accused Najib of having no regard for the law.

In a hard-hitting posting on his blog, Zaid dismissed Najib and Muhyiddin as “leaders without morals who promote violent and corrupt leadership”.
“They used dirty tactics such as vote-buying and the media to tarnish the opposition's image during the Hulu Selangor by-election (last month).

“They thought that the same tactic could be used in Sibu, hence RM18 million was given to Chinese schools, RM1.7 million for churches and RM5 million for flood mitigation project,” he said.

“However, the people of Sibu have spoken against this,” he added, referring to DAP candidate Wong Ho Leng's unexpected victory in Sunday's by-election.

Zaid, a former law minister and PKR supreme council member, was the candidate for the Hulu Selangor by-election. He was defeated by Barisan Nasional's P Kamalanathan.
Zaid later accused BN of using underhanded tactics, such as vote-buying, to secure a win. He also filed an election petition to challenge the results.

BN had denied the accusation.

'They are all the PM's men'
Continuing his salvo, Zaid said if elections in this country were held in a fair and free manner, then leaders like Najib and Muhyiddin would no longer hold office.

“They have no regard for the nation's laws and have no shame in abusing their authority eventhough Malaysians and the international community are watching them,” he added.
However, the PKR leader said it would be difficult to take action against the top two leaders, since they have total control over the state apparatuses.

“The Attorney-General, Chief Justice, Inspector-General of Police and the chief commissioner of the Malaysian-Anti Corruption Commission are all the prime minister's men,” he said.
“They have forgotten their oath of office to serve the public, protect the sanctity of the nation's laws and execute their duties with courage and integrity.

“Now, they only serve the prime minister's interests,” he added.

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