Re: Najib bagi rasuah?
- From: "tjlim" <tjlim@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sun, 2 Oct 2011 14:16:29 +1100
He is just being generous with the public funds
"Khairy" wrote in message news:e2e1d103-f5b0-42b2-b6a9-77a3b423d510@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Bentayan state assemblyperson Gwee Tiong Hiang today reveal that an
offer has been made by parties claiming to be representing the prime
minister to leave DAP and declare himself an independent
At a press conference at the DAP headquarters in Kuala Lumpur, Gwee
said he was offered RM150,000 in cash, 50 acres of land, at least
RM5,000 extra monthly allowance, a service centre and a private
assistant if he agrees to defect.
He added that a man, Wee Pao Chin, who first contacted him via
telephone on Sept 26 and claims to be the secretary-general of the
Johor Baru Wee clan association, also guaranteed that Gwee, will be
given support if he contests in the next general election against
Gwee furnished a transcript of a recording of another phone
conversation which he had with Wee four days after the initial
He said the 'agent', who claim to be representing the PM, said the
money offered will come from the federal coffers, but will be funneled
through the clan association.
The recording of the Sept 30 conversation in Mandarin was also played
during the press conference.
Gwee said the 'agent', who along with a Malay man whom Gwee claimed to
be representing the Prime Minister's Department, met with the Johor
assemblyperson on Sept 28 to first offer RM50,000 and 50 acres of
"The man said he feels sorry for me; that we share the same surname
and that he wants to help me because my party does not want me
"But I feel I am still a DAP (assemblyperson). This BN offer was not
right, I have to expose it. I can tell the BN that not every
(assemblyperson) or MP of DAP can be bought over. I love the party. My
party is only DAP," said Gwee, who broke into tears.
Meeting set up with Najib
Gwee claimed that the 'agent' also promised to set up a meeting with
PM Najib Razak on Oct 3.
Gwee, who reported the matter to the DAP central executive committee
on Sept 29, said he will lodge a police report later today in Muar.
He will also file a report to the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission
in nearby Pahang next week. Muar, where the Bentayan state
constituency is located, does not have an MACC office.
The assemblyperson was Sept 24 suspended for six months by the party
for improprieties relating to party funding, although party
discplinary committee chairperson Tan Kok Wai, who sat beside Gwee at
the press conference, said the funds were used for a good cause.
According to Gwee, the agent, who claimed to also work for Felda
Plantations, had called him six times including yesterday, where the
two spoke on the phone for one hour and 10 minutes.
The Bentayan assemblyperson said Wee also assured him that they will
restore his image after the defection by solving issues pertaining to
local councils and land matter in the constituency.
In addition, there will be media interviews with BN-controlled TV3 and
other media so that Gwee's name will not be dragged through the mud
like what happened to former DAP Jelapang assemblyperson Hee Yit
Through their phone conversations, it was gleaned that Wee had "in
depth" knowledge of the Bentayan constituency, and was able to
correctly cite the winning chances of each polling districts.
Also present today was publicity chief Tony Pua, who demanded a
response from the Prime Minister's Department to the damning claim.
"We want the PM's Department to declare if they are involved in this
"If not, we call upon relevant departments to take all necessary
action against these individuals who have approached the Bentayan
(assemblyperson), for impersonating or making false representation in
the attempt to entice (Gwee to defect)," Pua said.
The Petaling Jaya Utara MP added that should the PM's Department stay
mum on the issue, it will only serve to show the department's
"complicity in the exercise".
Asked if the party will review Gwee's suspension in light of the fact
that he had reported the matter to the party, Tan said this matter
could only be decided by the CEC (central executive committee), which
will convene a meeting on Oct 7.
Also suspended for six months by the party on Sept 24 was Kota Alam
Shah assemblyman M Manoharan, for suggesting that the Jalur Gemilang
Agent denies all claims
When contacted by Malaysiakini, Wee said there was "no such thing"
before quickly terminating the telephone call.
Below are excerpts of the telephone conversation on Sept 30, based on
the English translation of the transcript provided by DAP:
Agent: I am calling to ask you to prepare your curriculum vitae, and I
will coordinate with Kuala Lumpur in the next two days.
Gwee: Who are you coordinating with on the KL side?
Agent: I contact the PM direct. His relatives include the one we met
the other day (in Muar on Sept 28).
Gwee: What is the name of the Malay (man) we met the other day?
Agent: His real name is Rahim. He is like me, we are political
volunteers, except he gets a salary...
Gwee: Then who do you represent?
Agent: My job is to help out the PM as a Chinese coordinator. When
there are political and economic crisis, they will ask me to handle
it. Johor is for me to deal with...
After much coordination, and after talking to all parties concerned,
apart from your current state assemblyperson allowance, once you
become independent, you will be given a fully-funded special
assistant, plus a salary for you (of) more than RM5,000 as your
allowance to do other work...
Gwee: How can you prove that there will really be those extra
Agent: Trust me. I will see you on Sunday morning, and in the
afternoon we will go to KL, spend one night there, go to Putrajaya on
Monday where you will meet our big boss (who is not Najib).
Gwee: What is the name of your boss?
Agent: I will tell you when I see you.
Gwee: How can you prove that you are really representing Najib?
Agent: I won't say it so directly as I don't want it to become an
issue. I am now contacting you as a fellow clan man. I am also an
important person... When I see you, I will let you talk to him over
the phone, okay?...
We'll give you another chance come next election, and if all goes
well, you will be the assemblyperson for another term. There will be
people helping you on your constituency matters, people such as myself
and other political volunteers, to deal with public's complain and to
apply for allocations...
Gwee: Where does the allocation from from?
Agent: Apart from the menteri besar, it will also come from the PM's
Gwee: How much is the allocation?
Agent: RM150,000 for your expenses, not considered part of your
allocation but for you to deal with your office... RM150,000 in cash.
I'll sort it out for you, don't worry...
(The) allocation from the federal (government) will be more - this
RM150,000 does not include the allocation you ask for, but as your two
years' expenses need, you can do whatever you like with it - there's
is no need to be accountable for it, no need for records...
We will go to Putrajaya, arrange (a meeting) with the PM... When you
see the PM in Putrajaya, you sit with him and he will announce that
you have become independent, and after that you can use all the
Once we come back, we will arrange for a press conference for you in
Muar, you then list our your vision... and explain why you want to
Gwee: How to ensure that once I become independent, my windscreen
won't be smashed or that my house won't be splashed with paint?
Agent: We have arranged everything, you won't notice (any change)! Now
there are Special Branch officers around your house, I have met them.
The SB is my good friend... His name is Nazad, from the JB office...
We will protect you ,your children, and we can arrange for a personal
bodyguard for you...
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