6 Reasons Why Anwar Thinks He’s More Qualified Than Najib In Managing MH370 Investigations

6 Reasons Why Anwar Thinks He’s More Qualified Than Najib In Managing MH370 Investigations

According to Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim, he is much more qualified to lead the MH370 investigations compared to Prime Minister Najib Tun Razak.
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1. “They are weak and indecisive. But there is a silver lining. We can say that the management of the country, Malaysia’s leadership is being tested.”

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    Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim has said he is the most qualified individual to answer questions regarding the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines flight MH370. The PKR de facto leader said this was because Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak, despite being the prime minister, was afraid to face the barrage of questions from the international media.

     

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    “They are weak and indecisive. But there is a silver lining. We can say that the management of the country, Malaysia’s leadership is being tested. “I am surprised why the entire world is saying Najib is not willing to go before the international media,” Anwar said last night during a campaign speech in Kajang, ahead of the by-election on Sunday.

     

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2. “Najib is only familiar with Utusan Malaysia and TV3, it is a weakness which has shocked the world.”

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    “Najib is only familiar with Utusan Malaysia and TV3,” Anwar told a crowd of 300 PR supporters. The Permatang Pauh MP said that Najib’s evasion exposed his flaws and weaknesses. “It is a weakness which has shocked the world,” Anwar said.

     

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3. “Today at 3pm, more media are preparing to interview me. They said if they interviewed me, I answer their questions. If they interview Najib, he just gives statements. So it is better if I replaced him.”

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    In comparison, Anwar said, the international media was now more comfortable interviewing him because of his ability to handle questions related to MH370. “Today at 3pm, more media are preparing to interview me. They said if they interviewed me, I answer their questions. “If they interview Najib, he just gives statements. So it is better if I replaced him.”

     

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4. “In my opinion, Najib is no longer fit to lead Malaysia.”

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    Anwar said in the midst of the MH370 crisis, everyone could see how unwieldy and disorganised the country’s leadership was, especially the prime minister. “In my opinion, Najib is no longer fit to lead Malaysia,” he said.

     

5. “Because of Najib’s weaknesses, Barisan Nasional’s attempt to end my political career through the courts also failed when the international media began looking for an explanation into the incident.”

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    “Because of Najib’s weaknesses, Barisan Nasional’s attempt to end my political career through the courts also failed when the international media began looking for an explanation into the incident. Now the roles have been reversed, instead of blanking me out, now all the international media want to interview me again.”

     

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6. Anwar Then Moved On To Lambast Acting Transport Minister Hishammuddin Hussein Who Has Been The Face Of MH370 Investigation

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    Later, Anwar told reporters that acting Transport Minister Datuk Seri Hishammuddin Hussein’s was not consistent in his remarks about being “above politics” in handling the search.

     

    themalaysianinsider.com

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    “He said this was above politics but the briefing (last night’s) was only for Barisan Nasional MPs… I would say it is not consistent, he does not honour his commitment,” he said referring to the exclusive briefing for BN backbenchers at a hotel in Kuala Lumpur last night.

     

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International media has been criticising Malaysia’s leaders after issues of inconsistency and transparency surface throughout the MH370 search and rescue operation

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Malaysians, including controversial cartoonist Zunar, are also becoming frustrated with the inconclusive statements released by the Malaysian authorities

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Hishammuddin Hussein, who has been conducting daily press conferences, insists that they have been consistent with their release of corroborated information

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