A lot of Malaysians want their PM to sue WSJ and clear his name but even our mainstream dailies don't really know if Najib Razak will or won't sue [May Sue. Set to Sue. Will Sue. Tales of 3 dailies by Annie].
Against the flow, Nazri Aziz reportedly said I will tell Najib not to sue WSJ (The Star, 5 July). For that he's been getting a lot of flak on the social media.
But people should read the whole story not just the headlines.
What the Chief was quoted as saying:
1.“If Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak takes action only against WSJ, it looks like he is being selective ... The Prime Minister must be consistent. You must be consistent… You must sue all the parties,” Nazri said.
2. "If they (WSJ) have given it (the alleged documents) to the taskforce, then there is no need for the PM to sue them ... Just allow the taskforce to complete their work and investigation, and we can take it from there..".