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We,theundersignedcitizensofMalaysia,appendbelowour
concernsoverthedeterioratingpolitical,economicandsocial
conditionsinthecountry.
2.
WewishtodrawtheattentionofthepeopleofMalaysiatothe
damagedonetothecountryunderthepremiershipofNajibAbdul
Razak.
3.
Underhisadministration,thecountryhasascendedtobecomeone
ofthe10mostcorruptcountriesintheworldaccordingtoErnstand
YoungintheirAsiaPacificFraudSurveyReportSeries2013.The
2015CorruptionPerceptionIndexshowedMalaysiahasdroppedfour
placesfrom50to54.
4.
Thisisbecausehebelievesthatmoneycanensurehispositionas
primeministerofMalaysia.Hebelievesthat"CashisKing".
5
.Allocationstoallministriesandpublicinstitutionsincluding
universitieshavebeenreducedbecauseofshortagesoffunds.Even
whenallocationsarebudgetedfor,nomoneywasavailable.
6.
In2009,hedecidedtosetupasovereignwealthfundtoearn
incomeforthegovernment.

7.
Hecreatedthe1MDBwhichbecameindebtedwithRM42billionof
loanswhichitisunabletorepay.Itisnolongerasovereignwealth
fund.Itisasovereigndebtfund.
8.
1MDBborrowedapproximatelyRM20billiontoacquirethreepower
plantcompaniesforanoverpriced(sumof)RM12.1billion.Despite
beingawardednewpowerplantcontractsandextensionstothe
expiringpowerproducingconcessions,the1MDBpowercompanies
weresoldforRM9.83billion,oralossofRM2.72billion.
9.
1MDBinvestedorlentatotalofUS$1.83billiontoPetrosaudi
International(PSI)Limitedbetween2009and2011underthepretext
ofbogusprojectsornonexistentassets.BankNegaraMalaysiahad
demanded1MDBreturntheabovemoneytoMalaysiaasitsapproval
wasgivenbasedonmisinformationsubmittedby1MDB.Ofthissum,
atotalofUS$1.4billionwasdirectlyandindirectlysiphonedoffto
GoodStarLimitedandothercompaniescontrolledbyLowTaekJho.
10.
Tohidethemissingfunds,1MDB"disposed"ofitsinvestments
andloanstoPSIforUS$2.318billion,claimingtohavemadeaprofit
ofUS$488million.However,nomoneywasreturnedtoMalaysia.
Instead,1MDBclaimeditinvestedthefundsinCaymanIslandsthat
wassubsequentlyfoundtobeanunlicensedinvestmentmanager.
KPMGwassackedas1MDB'sauditorsforrefusingtoconfirmthe
valueoftheinvestmentinthemysteriousCaymanfund.

11.
1MDBclaimedthattheCaymanIslandsinvestmenthasbeenfully
redeemed.(Asumof)US$1.22billionwasreportedlyredeemedon
Nov52014butwassubstantiallyutilisedontheverysamedayto
compensateAabarInvestmentsPJSfortheterminationofoptions
grantedtoAabartoacquire49of1MDB'spowercompanies.Thisisa
liebecausetheparentofAabar,InternationalPetroleumInvestment
Corporation(IPIC),didnotmentionreceiptofanysuchpaymentsinits
auditedaccountspublishedontheLondonStockExchange.Instead,
theaccountsstatedthat1MDBowesIPICthesumofUS$481million
forthetermination.
12.
1MDBalsotookanotherloanofUS$975millionfromaDuetsche
BankledconsortiuminSeptember2014,fortheverysamepurposeof
compensatingAabarfortheterminatedoptions.The
WallStreet
Journal
hasexposedthefactthatthismoneymayhavebeenpaidtoa
differentBritishVirginIslandsentitywithasimilarname,"Aabar
InvestmentPJSLimited",whosebeneficialowneriscompletely
unrelatedtoIPIC.Thesimplescamhasfooledeventhe1MDB
auditors,DeloitteMalaysia,intobelievingthatthepaymentswere
indeedreceivedbyIPIC'sAabar.
13.
1MDBannouncedthatitmadeasecondandfinalRM1.1billion
redemptionoftheCaymanIslandsinvestmentinJanuary2015.
InitiallythePMtoldParliamentthatthesumwasheldincashinBSI
Bank,Singapore.However,twomonthslaterinMay2015,he

informedParliamentthatitwasnotincashbut"assets".
Subsequently,itwasexplainedthattheseassetswere"units"which
meantthattheywereneverredeemedinthefirstplace.Thisproved
that1MDBandthePMhavebeenconsistentlylyingtotheMalaysian
public.ItalsomeansthatthemoneyinvestedinPetrosaudi,which
wasreinvestedinCaymanIslands,isstillmissingandunaccounted
for.
14.
AformerUmnoviceheadoftheBatuKawandivisionmadea
policereportonthelossoflargesumsofmoneyby1MDB.No
investigationswerecarriedoutbythepolice.Instead,hewas
interrogatedbypolice,detainedandchargedunderantiterrorlaw
(Sosma)forsabotageoftheMalaysianeconomy.Hislawyerwasalso
arrestedandchargedunderthesamelaw.Thishastheeffectof
frighteningpeoplefrommakingpolicereportsonthe1MDB.
15.
The
WallStreetJournal
reportedthatNajibhadUS$681millionin
hisprivateaccountatAmbank.
16.
Najibdeniedthisatfirstbutlateradmittedhehadthehugeamount
ofmoneyinhisaccount.HeclaimedthatitwasagiftfromanArab
thenthatitwasadonationtohelphimwinGE13inMalaysiathenthat
itwasgivenbecauseofhisdedicationtothefightagainstIslamic
terrorists.HethenclaimedtohavereceivedthemoneyfromaSaudi
prince,thenfromtheKingofSaudiArabiawhohadpassedaway.

17.
LateraSaudiministerstatedtherewasnorecordofsuchagiftby
theSaudis.HesuggesteditwasprobablyaSaudiinvestment.The
amountwassmall.
18.
Najibexpressedhisintentiontosuethe
WallStreetJournal
.But
hedidnot.Instead,heaskedhislawyerstoaskthe
WallStreet
Journal
whyitpublishedthereport.
19.
TothisdaytheWSJcontinuestoreportmoreandmoredetails
abouttheUS$681millionhehasinhisprivateaccount.Hehasnot
suedWSJ,whichhecandointhecountrytheWSJispublished.
20.
ConcernedoverthehugesumofmoneyinNajib'sprivateaccount,
ataskforcewassetupinMalaysiatoinvestigatetheoriginofthe
money.Fourgovernmentinstitutionsbecamemembersofthetask
force.Theyarethepolice,theattorneygeneral,BankNegaraandthe
MalaysianAntiCorruptionCommission.
21.
Beforethetaskforcewasabletofinishitswork,the
attorneygeneralwasremovedbyNajibclaimingthathewassickand
couldnotcontinuetowork.BasicallyNajibhadmisrepresentedtothe
kingtogettheattorneygeneraltobereplaced.ThePublicAccounts
CommitteewasbasicallyparalysedbyNajibremovingitschairman
andmemberstopreventitsinvestigationsofthe1MDB.Anew

chairman,friendlytoNajib,wasappointedandhepromptlydeclared
thatNajibhaddonenothingwrong.
22.
Hethenappointedanewattorneygeneral.Shortlythereafterthe
newattorneygeneraldismissedarecommendationbyBankNegara
foractiontobetaken,claimingthatnothinginthereportshowedNajib
haddoneanywrong.
23.
BankNegaraappealedbutthiswasbrushedaside.
24.
Thenewattorneygeneralalsodismissedanotherreportbythe
MACC.Thecontentsofthereportarenotrevealedandthreatsare
madeagainstrevealingitscontents.
25.
Thenewattorneygeneralhas,withoutvalidexplanations,
dismissedtherecommendationsofthetwoinstitutionsthatpossess
thepowersandexpertiseintheirareas.
26.
Thatdismissalpreventedthematterfrombeingdeterminedbya
courtoflawafteralltheevidencewasevaluated.Bydoingthat,the
attorneygeneralhasactedasprosecutorandjudge.Dueprocessand
theruleoflawhasbeendenied.
27.
Thesackeddeputyprimeministerlaterrevealedthattheformer
attorneygeneralhasshownhimproofofNajib'swrongdoingsrelating
tothescandals.Atthesametime,variousforeigngovernment

agencies,namelyfromSwitzerland,theUnitedStates,HongKong
andBritainhaveinitiatedinvestigationsonthe1MDB.
28.
ThepressinMalaysiaisheavilycensoredsothatMalaysianshave
torelyontheforeignpress.YetwhenMalaysiansdiscussorwrite
abouttheforeignpressreports,thegovernment(inspectorgeneralof
police)invitedpeopletomakepolicereportssothatthepolicecan
carryoutquestioningandinvestigationsagainsttheperson
concerned.
29.
Thisisincontrasttothefailureofthepolicetoinvestigatethe
policereportformallymadeagainstNajib,JhoLowandthereportsto
theattorneygeneralbyBankNegaraandMACC.The
attorneygeneraleventhreatenstoamendthelawtoprovideforjailfor
lifewith10strokesoftherotanagainstanyone"leaking"government
papers.Thismeansthatcrimescommittedintheadministrationcan
behiddenfromthepublic.
30.
TheattorneygeneralclaimsthatapartoftheRM2.6billion(about
RM2.3billion)hasbeenreturnedtothedonorordonors.Apartfrom
thisstatement,noproofhasbeenprovided.
31.
Thepeoplearesuffering.
32.
Najib'sGSTandincreasesintollrateshaveincreasedthecostof
living,forcingsomebusinessestoclosedownandalsocausing

foreignownedindustriestostopoperationsandrelocatetoother
countries,creatingunemployment.
33.
Despiteprotestsbythepeople,NajibjoinedtheUSsponsored
TransPacificPartnership(TPP)whicherodesourfreedomtomake
policiesandlawssuitableforourcountry.
34.
TodayMalaysia'simageisbadlytarnished.Apartfrombeing
classifiedasoneofthe10mostcorruptcountries,Malaysiaisnow
regardedasundemocratic.Thereisdenialoffreedomofspeechand
freedomofthepressandpeopleliveinfearofarrestanddetentions.
Securitylawsareenactedtoallowtheprimeminister(andnotthe
king)todeclaresecurityareaswhereanyonecouldbearrestedand
detainedwithouttrialandtriedunderproceduresthatviolatenormal
andfaircriminaljusticestandards.
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.Ontheotherhand,whereerrorsaremadeinapplyingtheselaws
bygovernmentofficers,orwherethereisablatantabuseofthat
power,thepeopleareunabletoholdthemaccountable.
Whistleblowersareharassedandpunishedinsteadofbeingprotected.
Otherrepressivelawsareusedtostiflefreespeechandthelegitimate
commentaboutwrongdoings.Thefundamentalrightsenshrinedunder
thefederalconstitutionhavebecomemeaningless.

36.
Forallthesereasons,we,theundersignedcitizensofMalaysia
agreeandsupport:
a)TheremovalofNajibasPMofMalaysiathroughnonviolentand
legallypermissiblemeans.
b)Theremovalofallthosewhohaveactedinconcertwithhim.
c)Arepealofallrecentlawsandagreementsthatviolatethe
fundamentalrightsguaranteedbythefederalconstitutionand
underminepolicychoices.
d)Arestorationoftheintegrityoftheinstitutionsthathavebeen
undermined,suchasthepolice,theMACC,BankNegaraandthe
PAC.
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.WecalluponallMalaysians,irrespectiveofrace,religion,political
affiliation,creedorparties,youngandoldtojoinusinsavingMalaysia
fromthegovernmentheadedbyNajib,topavethewayfor
muchneededdemocraticandinstitutionalreforms,andtorestorethe
importantprincipleoftheseparationofpowersamongtheexecutive,
legislatureandjudiciarywhichwillensuretheindependence,
credibility,professionalismandintegrityofournationalinstitutions.