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Has Mahathir given Najib a reason to send him to jail?

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Has former Malaysian Prime Minister Mohamad given Prime Minister a reason to send him to jail?

In a statement published widely on the internet, Mahathir is reported as saying: “It is well-known that criminal acts in the government do not constitute official secrets,” the former prime minister said on his blog today.

“In fact, it is the duty of everyone in the government or outside the government to report such crimes.”

According to the Chronicle website, Mahathir has just told civil servants to stand up to Najib, saying criminal acts are not official secrets.

STAND UP TO HIM, CRIMINAL ACTS IN GOVT ARE NOT OFFICIAL SECRETS, DR M TELLS CIVIL SERVANTS – Malaysia Chronicle

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The former PM has also called on Ali to remove reports on by , the anti-corruption agency () and the auditor-general from the .

The opposition party  chairman said Malaysia had taken no action on the matter despite arrests made of people in other countries for alleged involvement in illegal transactions related to the government’s sovereign wealth fund.

He also called on to prove that did not lose any money.

“If really there has been no wrongdoing, then the attorney-general must show proof that the money is all there, safe and sound,” he said.

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Apandi had cleared Najib of any offences pertaining to an alleged RM2.6 billion “donation” and another RM42 million from 1MDB subsidiary SRC International Sdn Bhd.

Malaysia Chronicle said Mahathir’s call to the civil servants is boiling up to a silent rebellion within the ‘administration’ at Putrajaya.Follow us on Social Media

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