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FOR­MER sec­ond fi­nance min­is­ter Datuk Seri Ahmad Husni Hanad­zlah should not be blamed for ques­tion­ing the gov­ern­ment’s ad­min­is­tra­tion, in­clud­ing on 1Malaysia De­vel­op­ment Ber­had (1MDB). In de­fend­ing Ahmad Husni, Umno in­for­ma­tion chief Tan Sri An­nuar Musa said it was “per­fectly al­right” for the Tam­bun MP to raise gov­ern­ment dis­crep­an­cies us­ing Par­lia­ment as a plat­form. “My po­si­tion is very clear. As far as Ahmad Husni is con­cerned, he ex­er­cised his right to speak in Par­lia­ment. He spoke at a proper place, in ac­cor­dance with the House rules. If we can re­spect a mem­ber of the Op­po­si­tion to speak at length against the gov­ern­ment, why can’t we re­spect Ahmad Husni when he said some­thing?” An­nuar said.

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