End gutter politics and concentrate on serving the rakyat


  • Letters
  • Thursday, 13 Jun 2019

ON Tuesday, Malaysians were fed with disgusting sex videos implicating a current minister. What was more disgusting was the subsequent video wherein one Muhammad Haziq Abdul Aziz admitted to his involvement in the alleged event. Even more revolting was the clear pride Haziq took in confessing to the world that he was particeps criminis. The police need not wait any longer to investigate. Haziq has made a voluntary confession of a crime which is clearly codified in the Penal Code.

In defence of the maligned minister, it would be instructive to note that while the other person in the video clip does bear some resemblance to him, one cannot with any degree of certainty say that it was him.

That being said, it should be clear to the non-partisan observer that this was clearly an attempt at character assassination and reeked of a deep conspiracy. Haziq not only confessed to his crime but had the gall to use the video to accuse the maligned minister of an unrelated matter of corruption and stated that he was “unqualified” to be a leader.

People of this country demand an end to this toxic gutter politics and hope that all concerned would not be distracted from the primary duty of uplifting the standard of living of our people.

God bless our beloved country.

WATSON PETERS

Advocate & Solicitor

Kuala Lumpur


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