弗茲:沒用政府或警隊資金 「足夠積蓄付女兒婚禮費用」

2018年07月14日     1811     檢舉

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(吉隆坡13日訊)警察總長丹斯里弗茲駁斥揭弊網站「砂拉越報告」的一篇文章,指大馬皇家警察贊助其女兒的婚禮,並為出席婚禮的亞洲國家警隊高官行程和住宿費用買單。

弗茲指出,有關報導極不正確。

「只有汶萊的總警長參加婚禮。」

他對《星報》指出,當他發出女兒婚宴的邀請函時,他已了解所有開銷必須由他自己負責。

「沒有任何政府或警隊的資金用於支付我女兒婚禮和嘉賓的旅程費用。」

他說,歡迎反貪污委員會介入調查。

「我已接近退休,我有足夠積蓄支付女兒婚禮費用,我為何要用這種手段?我沒有什麼可隱瞞。」

他說,「砂拉越報告」所描述的都是虛假和不真實,正考慮對該網站採取法律行動。

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砂報告:弗茲以警隊名義 「包」警官出席女兒婚禮

弗茲

(吉隆坡13日訊)揭弊網站「砂拉越報告」再爆料,警察總長丹斯里弗茲在大選前一個月曾以「大馬皇家警察部隊」名義,邀請各高級警官出席其女兒的奢華婚禮,當中包括提供高級酒店、商務艙來回機票等待遇。

據報道,弗茲早前發送了一封電郵,邀請東南亞的一些警界高層參與其女兒在本月1日的婚宴,並以「來自大馬皇家警察部隊的問候」作為電郵開頭。

報道說,電郵內容包括邀請各高級警官參加一場在雪州萬達鎮世界飯店(One World Hotel)所舉辦的婚宴,並以「我們」的名義為提供受邀者及伴侶2張商務艙來回機票,出席者被招待在高級酒店住宿一晚。

報道指出,該邀請函是以警察總長秘書處國際關係組主任吳文慶(譯音)名義簽署及發出,是不尋常也不應該發生的情況。

據悉,有關郵件是於今年4月6日,即第14屆全國大選前1個月發出。

該報道質疑,既然有關邀請是以「大馬皇家警察部隊」的名義發出,那麼該活動的費用相信是由該警隊撥款支付,而非弗茲個人,這具有濫用政府撥款的嫌疑。

該報道促請弗茲公開該婚禮的詳細資料,比如有多少位國外的高級警官受邀、共有多少人出席婚禮、支出等詳細說明,另外還包括付款的證明。

報道也提到,由前任警察總長早前組織的「義大利培訓游」,但有關培訓最終變成警察總長率領一群高官及妻子,到羅馬及其他旅遊景點閒逛,並在5星級酒店住宿的旅遊團。

針對此事,《中國報》今日嘗試聯絡弗茲時,後者截至下午都沒有給予任何回應。

砂報告:納吉夫婦藏富於外 一千億 存全球

納吉夫婦。

(吉隆坡30日訊)揭密網站「砂拉越報告」引述消息來源指出,前首相拿督斯里納吉與夫人拿汀斯里羅絲瑪,在國外銀行戶頭匿藏了1000億令吉。

根據與納吉夫婦有業務關係的消息來源向「砂拉越報告」透露,依據他們從獲取的交易訊息中,納吉與夫人擁有相當於超過1000億令吉的利潤,這些利潤都存放在國外。

它說,消息來源也指出,他們親自參與將大部分資金存入香港的主要戶頭裡。

該網站續說,在全國選舉成績出爐的晚上,從沙烏地阿拉伯飛抵的兩架私人租用噴氣式飛機,基於被拒絕正式著陸權,該兩架飛機離開了,並相信沒有載送到所預訂的乘客,即納吉和羅絲瑪。

該網站也指出,但據信收藏的珍貴物品,包括某顆粉紅色的鑽石,已被高級人員攜帶到國外。

它指出,納吉近日顯示有些許內疚及承認其所做所為;他從以前一直否認,卻在最近一項演講上,承認了「金錢政治」制度,並建議巫統摒棄這種行為。

該網站也舉例,納吉承認在選舉之前,已向黨區部負責人發出了秘密資金,以購買選票,但有些人士則投訴指有關資金已遭人掏空。

Najib And Rosmah - 'Over RM100 Billion' Stashed In Foreign Bank Accounts

The decision of the Malaysian people to vote in Harapan with a reform agenda on May 9th in many ways seemed to close a chapter on past misdeeds. However, as the daily headlines show, it will be some time before the true scale of kleptocratic looting from Malaysia has been revealed.

Indeed, the one billion ringgit treasure haul, garnered from the Najib residences after the election, appears to represent relative trinkets knocking around the house, compared to the real hoard, safely locked up elsewhere.

Sarawak Report has it on good authority, for example, that two privately chartered jets arrived from Saudi late on the night of the shock election result, courtesy of the good offices of a relative of an executive of PetroSaudi. Owing to the denial of formal landing rights, they are believed to have departed without the intended primary passengers, Najib and Rosmah.

However, a stash of precious items, including a certain pink diamond, is believed to have been brought on board and accompanied out of the country by senior personnel.

A separate source, with business connections to the couple, has further told Sarawak Report that to their 「certain knowledge」 deals they have information on amounted to considerably over RM100 billion in profits, which were banked abroad. The source says they were personally involved in stashing much of the money into mainstream accounts in Hong Kong.

『We Need To Change」

The exposure that such devastating sums of hot money, travelled into what the source says included major Swiss and German banks, looks set to rock the global financial system for years to come, keeping the issues of Malaysian kleptocracy in the news for the foreseeable future.

Yet, only for the first time this weekend, have we seen an apparent acknowledgement of at least some guilt on the part of Najib himself. In an extraordinary speech the ex-prime minister, after weeks of denials, admitted to the system of 『money politics』, that he had presided over and suggested UMNO clean up its act.

Najib admitted, for example, that secret sums of cash had been sent out to division heads in advance of the election to buy votes, but complained some had purloined the cash instead:

「Maybe God wanted to teach us a lesson for our weaknesses. We must repent and correct our ways,」 …. 「In the last general election, we lost to a party that did not spend much money; we did not know where their divisional offices were, their canopies were the earliest to close, but even when we flocked to our canopies, we still lost. 「There were those who sulked when they didn』t get allocations. There were those who did get money but said they didn』t. Then, there were candidates who received allocations but did not spend it. 「How are we supposed to win when our attitude is like that?』 he added. [Malaysiakni and others]

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