lebih jelas.Saya tidak pernah ambil dana untuk kepentingan peribadi
seperti didakwa oleh musuh politik – samaada dari 1MDB,SRC International
atau lainlain entiti, seperti mana syarikat-syarikat ini sudah
Najib menegaskan adalah jelas sekarang
dakwaan–dakwaan paslu ini adalah sebahagian dari kempen terancang
sabotaj politik untuk jatuhkan seorang Perdana Menteri yang dilantik
Kenyataan Perdana Menteri itu jelas merujuk
kepada laporan Wall Street Journal dan Sarawak Report Jumaat yang dakwa
wang berjumlah RM2.67 bilion dipindahkan ke pelbagai entiti yang ada
berkaitan 1MDB untuk masuk ke akaun peribadinya dalam 5 deposit
BERIKUT IALAH KENYATAAN PENUH PERDANA MENTERI:
In recent months, various allegations – all unsubstantiated, and many
simply outrageous – have been directed against me and my family.
These attacks began when I refused to implement Tun Mahathir’s
personal demands. I refused, because I do not believe it is right for
Malaysia to be ruled by proxy.
Tun then created a crisis when he recklessly claimed that RM42
billion was missing from 1MDB, when in fact these are audited debts
backed by RM51 billion audited assets.
The latest allegation is that I have taken state-linked funds for
personal gain. I believe Tun, working hand in glove with foreign
nationals, including the now discredited political attack blog Sarawak
Report, is behind this latest lie.
Let me be very clear: I have never taken funds for personal gain
as alleged by my political opponents – whether from 1MDB, SRC
International or other entities, as these companies have confirmed.
It is now clear that false allegations such as these are part of a
concerted campaign of political sabotage to topple a democratically
elected Prime Minister.
At no point have those making these allegations offered any
evidence. All we have heard is that these allegations are based on
leaked documents and unnamed investigators. Not once has the source of
these documents ever been shown, neither have the documents themselves
been provided for verification by lawful authorities.
As we now know, a number of the documents on which recent
allegations have been based were reportedly doctored. The person who was
leaking these documents is under investigation by authorities overseas
for attempting to extort and blackmail his former employer. This says a
lot about the reliability of the documents, and those who are using them
to damage our government and our country.
Those who continue to mount these attacks should be prepared to
face the consequences of their actions. These gutter tactics - in some
cases criminal tactics - to overthrow the government will fail. Where
appropriate, they will be met with the full force of the law.
It’s a shame that these false attacks motivated by self interest
come at a time of unique opportunity for Malaysia – with our
Chairmanship of ASEAN this year, and the prize of developed nation
status around the corner. I will stay focused on the work of nation
building for the people.