Cops to probe Aziz Bari over his comment on king
Perak opposition leader Abdul Aziz Bari is expected to be questioned by Police on Wednesday over his comment on the king during a Facebook live session.
Aziz, who is Perak DAP vice-president, told Malaysiakini that he believed the probe would be on his comment about the position of the Agong concerning the proclamation of the emergency during the live session.
"This is just some of the issues discussed during my Facebook live ... but what I can say is that everything I said has a basis in the constitution," he said, adding that a police report was filed against him.
Meanwhile, Perak police chief Mior Faridalathrash Wahid confirmed that the police would record Aziz's statement on Wednesday, but he said that the state police would not be involved in the probe.
It is learned that a team of the Bukit Aman classified criminal investigation unit (D5) will record Aziz's statement.
On Jan 12, Yang di-Pertuan Agong Sultan Abdullah Sultan Ahmad Shah had consented to a Declaration of Emergency Proclamation to curb the growing number of Covid-19 cases after being advised by Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin.
The emergency is in effect up until August this year. During this time, parliament and assembly sittings are suspended.
However, critics claimed that Muhyiddin had used the emergency order to save his government from collapsing after he lost the majority support in the parliament.
oh, beijing mali somemore.ReplyDelete
It was DAP's mistake not to field Aziz Bari in a Parliament Seat in GE14, otherwise he would have been a DPM candidate....ha ha ha....now PN want to fix him kaw kaw so he won't feature in GE15. He is the Malay version of Liew Chin Tong....ReplyDelete
As mentioned before, Bolehland daily sliding further and further towards a Communist State.ReplyDelete
Malaysia semakin jadi macam KominisReplyDelete
The fart filled well katak r having a field days in chorus their new campaigns of spooking-the-melayu-with-communism theme.
Mfers, just wait for yr karma lah!
U guys will be the first-in-line casualties, due to yr proximity.