Following such a categorical statement by Anwar, Barisan Nasional leaders should stop talking about treason and focus on the issue of corruption and abuses of power in high political places.
The silence of the Barisan Nasional leaders about the contents of Anwar’s documents, namely corruption and abuses of power in high political places, is most deafening and this cannot be drowned out by their hysterical screams about imaginarry vital defence and security secrets being compromised to enemy forces.
The silence of the Anti-Corruption Agency, whose Director-General Datuk Ahmad Zaki Husin recently lamented that the Opposition had not provided documentation to assist the agency in its anti-corruption campaign, is also very conspicuous.
As the former Deputy Prime Minister says that he has documentary evidence on corruption and abuses of power in high political places, why hasn’t the ACA established a special task force to seek the co-operation and help of Anwar to zero in on graft in high political places? Or is this an area which is completely out-of-bounds for the ACA?
Last week, Ahmad Zaki Husin urged leaders of political parties to stop labelling the ACA as a government tool, as such claims would result in the public losing confidence in the ACA.
Ahmad Zaki should realise that the ACA is doing itself the greatest disservice as to its credibility when it is completely indifferent and oblivious to the questions of corruption and abuses of power in high political places, when these are the burning issue in both national and international circles following the three police reports lodged by Anwar, supported by documentary proof.