Saturday, August 13
siniKUALA LUMPUR, Aug 12 — Datuk Seri Najib Razak defended his administration’s intervention in Tan Sri Tajuddin Ramli’s civil cases, saying today that the move should be seen as an “off-site” solution.
The prime minister said that Putrajaya’s letter to all government-linked companies seeking for them to withdraw their suits against the former Malaysia Airlines (MAS) chairman should not be “misconstrued” as an out-of-court settlement.
“It can’t be misconstrued as a settlement out of court… this is a discussion to find positive solution off- site,” he told reporters today. He did not, however, elaborate on what he meant by the phrase.
Najib also stressed that the matter was not finalised and was still in the “process of discussion.”
“We are aware of our position and we hope are hoping for positive outcome,” the PM added.
Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department Datuk Seri Nazri Aziz has insisted that the government’s intervention in Tajuddin’s cases could save the government billions in legal claims.
The letter to the GLCs, said Nazri, was not an order set in stone and did not outline any commitment on behalf of the companies stipulating that Tajuddin would walk away scot-free.
Nazri had told The Malaysian Insider yesterday that he had written to GLCs earlier this month seeking for them to withdraw their suits, worth at least RM2 billion, to buy time for all concerned parties to reach a “win-win” agreement and put an end to the prolonged financial saga involving Tajuddin.
Gua cilok dari malaysian insider
Apa lagi mamat ni nak kencing rakyat ni. Apa kejadahnya boleh jimatkan kerajaan berbillion dalam tuntutan. Apa lak nak jadi dgan duit rakyat yang lesap berbillion disapu tajuddin dgn proksiny, duit siapa yang selamat ni sebenarnya, pegi balik duit rakyat juga, yang kapur duit rakyat terlepas, rakyat pulak terpaksa menanggung. ini la yang gua sebut dalam en3 gua terdahulu pasal terbang lagi duit rakyat sini.
memang celaka sungguh kita asik diperbodohkan lagi.
Posted by Johor Born at Saturday, August 13, 2011