‘By V.P. SUJATA, The Star
PUTRAJAYA: PKR adviser Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim’s letter to the Prime Minister only mentioned national security, the leadership and problems on morality and politics and had not touched on the transfer of power to the Opposition.
“He had stated that his letter had mentioned the transfer of power and asked that the emergency rule is not invoked but these are not mentioned in the letter that I had received,” said Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi. He added that Anwar was confusing the public.
Abdullah reiterated that he would not meet Anwar because his letter had not stated the issues he wanted to discuss.
He added that Anwar’s lies about the country and its economic progress are a threat to national security and the country’s economy.
He said Anwar had spread wrong information of the country’s economic stability overseas to the extent that investors had reported that Malaysia was not a good country to invest in due to the political instability. [more]