Wednesday, June 17, 2015

Adik Najib nafi akan tubuh parti Politik..


Portal berita Asia Sentinel melaporkan, Nazir sering mengadakan pertemuan dengan beberapa pihak termasuk Ketua Pegawai Eksekutif Gerakan Kesederhanaan Global (GMM), Datuk Saifuddin Abdullah supaya beliau mengetuai parti yang dijangka bakal ditubuhkan itu.

“Sahabat Nazir menasihatkan tentang perlunya beliau muncul sebagai penggerak utama atau ia akan gagal,” kata laporan itu.

Asia Sentinel turut mendakwa, walaupun Saifuddin merupakan pemimpin yang dihormati kerana pendirian sederhananya, namun pengaruhnya belum cukup besar bagi mendapatkan sokongan.

Pengerusi Kumpulan CIMB itu juga sering mengadakan pertemuan dengan beberapa tokoh perniagaan di United Kingdom dan Kuala Lumpur bagi membincangkan rancangan itu dalam usaha menamatkan “politik perkauman yang memecah belah” masyarakat.

“Nazir dikatakan bertemu golongan sederhana termasuk pemimpin Cina dalam kempen tersebut, bagi merangka parti baharu yang sekiranya berjaya boleh melakarkan semula lanskap politik negara dan mengubah susunan parti yang dibuat ketika penjajah British menyerahkan semula Malaysia kepada orang tempatan pada 1957,” kata laporan itu.

Bagaimanapun... 

"This is not true," the chairman of CIMB group said in a statement today.

Instead, he had been in talks about setting up a non-governmental organisation, but this was merely an idea, he said.

Nazir was commenting on a report by portal Asia Sentinel today which said the banker had been in meetings with business leaders and "moderates" to form a new, non-partisan political party to end Malaysia's "divisive racial politics".

The report added that Nazir had approached Global Movement of Moderates chief Datuk Saifuddin Abdullah to lead the new party.

"I refer to recent news reports that I am setting up a new political party. This is not true.

"I have been growing increasingly concerned about the socio-political environment as well as its impact on the economy.

"In this context I have had conversations with like-minded friends, including Saifuddin, about the need to better enable moderate Malaysians to voice their views, concerns and suggestions.

"We have discussed setting up an NGO but it remains just an idea at this moment," said Nazir in a brief statement.

A separate statement by Saifuddin also confirmed talks to set up an NGO to promote moderation.

"With reference to the statement by Datuk Seri Nazir Razak, I wish to confirm that there have been conversations by him and friends, including me, on the current socio-political and economic situation.

"We are thinking of forming an NGO as a platform for moderate voices," the former Umno minister's one paragraph statement said.. please continue yours reading HERE

Berapa banyak NGO daaa...


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