updated 18 May: Syabas, Polis DiRaja Malaysia! by Syed Akbar Ali
YB Wee Choo Keong's latest Question of the Week on our cops' recent hard-line approach against hardcore criminals is food for thought. We all want crime rates to fall, but is shoot-first-and-ask-questions-later the only way to do it? Read here.
Last Kopek. Equally interesting is the talk that Fox Communications Sdn Bhd is handling the public relations for the Royal Malaysian Police. YB Wee seems quick to want to dismiss the rumour, but I've also heard that the contract was given to Fox in March, just before Abdullah Badawi stepped down as PM. Hishammuddin Hussein, the new Home Minister, can help me confirm this: Did he inherit Fox from the previous Administration?
Heard also that Fox is handling public relations for the Economic Planning Unit in the Prime Minister's Department.
Nor Mohamed Yakcob, the former MoF2 and now Minister in the PM's Department, can tell us if this is true. He knows a lot about Fox and should share the info with us tax-payers.
Saturday, May 16, 2009
Malaysian Police out-foxed
at May 16, 2009
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