‘You cannot continue to be judge, jury or executioner’
I don’t think Malaysians in their right mind will want to just give up on that issue of the payment.
This is why we are seeking arbitration to resolve the matter. This process too will take time.
As for the criminal actions that you have been clamouring for, in time, should any further solid proof surface, I can assure you that our justice system will take care of it.
After all, in criminal cases, as you are well aware, there is no deadline for prosecution and there is no time bar. That is why the forex losses scandal comes under the spotlight now.
Pua, you need to realise that you are foremost, a lawmaker, a member of parliament. You cannot continue to be judge, jury or executioner or all of them in one. Though I am a junior in comparison to your tenure as MP, your behaviour in respect of the entire affair does not fit that of a lawmaker. The spectacle of name-calling, not only towards me but towards other members of the administration as well, is nothing less than embarrassing and demeaning to your standing as a member of parliament.
Give it a rest. I am sure that the folks of Petaling Jaya Utara elected you as their MP to do better things than just being obsessed with 1MDB.
Pua, whatever you may call it — bailout, rescue or whatever — the primary concern is to resolve the 1MDB issue, mitigate the losses, limit the liability of the government and reduce the impact of 1MDB to our economy and future generations.