Friday, January 30, 2009

UMNO AT THE CROSS-ROAD - TO ABIDE BY THE WISHES OF UMNOPUTRAS OR TO RESPECT THE LAWS OF MALAYSIA

With almost 900 cases of corruption reported against UMNOputras at every level, and the protest at yesterday's UMNO Supreme Council venue to oppose the interference of the MACC against their 'corrupted act', UMNO seems to be heading to a CROSS-ROAD on whether the Laws of Malaysia passed by Parliament is supreme or order the MACC not to interfere with their affairs since its their own family affair and UMNO knows how to handle it 'effectively'.

Once again it demonstrate that UMNOputras want to take the law in their own hands and does not want to listen and obey laws enacted by Parliament.

As an ordinary Malaysian citizen, its time the UMNO-led Barisan Nasional government allow the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) to carry out its duties without any interference so that the corruption menace created by UMNO itself will be eradicated.

The most influential and quickest decision UMNO can take to eradicate CORRUPTION is to de-register itself immediately, which every sensible Malaysian knows will never happen since the repercussion are enormous - every UMNO leaders would face arrest and charge.

Is the Prime Minister Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi and Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Mohd Najib Tun Razak going to assure the Malaysians that MACC, a parliament formed body is SUPREME and should be allowed to institute any action forthcoming as provided for by the law.

news courtesy of Lim Kit Siang for Malaysia