Tokong On His Usual Dictatorial Ways Again!

Source: The Star

PAS election director Datuk Mustafa Ali said that according to the party’s observations, no consensus had been reached within Pakatan Harapan concerning the issue.

“Although the snap polls proposal is being widely publicised, we doubt it will happen.”

Mustafa claimed that the proposed state elections was due to Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng being charged.

indexs“We had not heard about any snap polls prior to this. After Lim was charged with graft in court, the proposal came about,” he said.

If this is the case, this shows the diminishing power and influence of the Tokong.

His godly powers are waning.

This means that internal DAP folks and his Pakatan Whateva partners are resisting the Tokong’s demands to help bail him out amidst his impending criminal court cases for corruption.

His father should give him a tight slap for this shameful failure to desperately push through his much-desired snap elections.

Since DAP and Tokong have been so adamant and forceful over this, not being able to push through a snap election in Penang can only be deemed as a big loss of face for The Tokong.

“Kemaluan” dia besar sungguh.

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Tokong Efficiently Asleep

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Move Aside Tokong, Let Prof Takes Over!

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Stop It, AG Warns Tokong!

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Source: The Star

Attorney-General Tan Sri Mohamed Apandi Ali has issued a final warning to Penang Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng to stop commenting on the criminal charges he currently faces.

In a statement on Saturday, Mohamed Apandi said that he was issuing the warning because Lim’s latest comments were tantamount to an assault on his integrity as the public prosecutor.

“He (Lim) has done so on the very day he was charged in court and I have already cautioned him through The Star to stop doing so and in fact have asked his lawyers to advise him,” said Mohamed Apandi.

Mohamed Apandi added that failing which, he would have to defend himself against the baseless accusations that questioned his integrity and in the course of doing so, may have to disclose evidence that the prosecution had against Lim.

“Suffice to say here at the moment, that most of the evidence against him (Lim) are documentary in nature and all those documents are in my possession,” he said.

Lim has claimed trial to charges made against him for alleged graft.

Lim is accused of using his position as Chief Minister to obtain gratification for himself and his wife Betty Chew by approving an application to convert two lots of agricultural land for residential purposes during a state planning committee meeting on July 18, 2014.

He also faces a charge for using his position to obtain gratification by purchasing his bungalow from businesswoman Phang Li Koon for RM2.8mil, which was below the property’s market value of RM4.27mil on July 28, 2015.

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Only Tokong Wants The Polls

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Bad Day For Tokong, Snub From PKR And Split In DAP

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Source: The Malaysia Outlook

The DAP is split right in the middle now, thanks to the graft charges brought against Guan Eng.

While Team A wants a stand-alone snap poll, another faction, labelled ‘Team B’, is dead against it.

Team B wants to get rid of Guan Eng as the chief minister, and subsequently as the secretary-general.

An insider said a group of seven top Penang DAP leaders held a closed door meeting to discuss about the political situation immediately after Guan Eng was detained by the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) on Wednesday June 29.

In the meeting, a consensus is said was reached after much deliberation that Guan Eng had to relinquish his position as chief minister once he was charged the next day.

However, the plan is said was foiled by the timely arrival of DAP supremo and Guan Eng’s father Kit Siang and DAP action national chairman Tan Kok Wai in Penang on that night of arrest.

“The local leaders were ‘advised’ by the party seniors not to rock the boat,” said a branch leader.

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Welcome To Tokong Land!

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Is LGE Looking for ‘Legal Funding’?

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Is LGE looking for ‘legal funding’?

Please! From now on, don’t ever criticise the opposition leader, notably from the DAP.

Its a one-way road for them, for people like Lim Guan Eng and others. The like criticising but cannot take criticism.

Of course, slandering has been part of their politics but when they themselves ‘kena’, they will jump on you.

Penang chief minister, who has won a few court cases against the media, is probably looking for ‘more cash’ to support his court case. I say ‘probably’…not accusing, please!

Lim Guan Eng is to take legal action against The Star newspaper and its chief political correspondent Joceline Tan for her Sunday Star column under the headline “Snap Election for Penang?”

In a statement emailed to the press this evening Lim said that he had instructed his lawyers to send a legal notice of demand for defamation against The Star and Tan.

He accused the MCA-owned newspaper of publishing a “false and misleading report” and said that media controlled by the Barisan Nasional (BN) parties, such as The Star, had “persistently demonised and continued their character assassination” against him after he was charged with two counts of corruption on June 30.

It is the second time Lim has taken action against the Star and Joceline Tan. A previous action was settled out of court, with the paper publishing an apology. Lim has also won and lost defamation actions against Utusan Malaysia and the New Straits Times.

An action against Free Malaysia Today was awarded in favour of FMT on appeal last year when the appeal judges held that the descriptions Lim complained about had been made of him as a public official in his position of chief minister of Penang.

Today’s column by Joceline Tan, running to almost 50 paragraphs, dealt with the circumstances of a meeting of the DAP leadership to discuss a response to the charges and how Tony Pua had argued for a snap state general election, while Penang leaders remained silent.

Forgot something, I suppose?

LGE and the opposition leaders are the ‘true’ supporter of ‘Free Press’. What Joceline wrote was based on printed news by various media, taking some sources including that of DAP and Penang state government.

No wonder pro-opposition media never report anything ‘not good’ about them!

Yes, I came across similar ‘journalism’ in some countries ruled by dictators. They had to… or lose their heads!

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