Singapore Straits Times clarifies to overturn its sense of guilt on the ‘Sting video’ alleging corruption by chief minister of Sarawak.
- This allegation had drawn a strong response from the MAS (Monetary Authority of Singapore) on Thursday night.
- MAS remarked that the allegation is simply false, untrue. Singapore has to present time provided fully information by Malaysiafor tax purposes.
The video, which has attracted 300,000 YouTube viewers since posted on Monday and produced by London-based NGO Global Witness.
- Opposition politicians so far has been abusing Chief Minister of Sarawak Tan Sri Taib Mahmud, accusing him of corruption and nepotism.
However, didn’t Opposition realise or stupidly ignorant, that their coalitions have proved no better? Corruptions, scandals, abnormal sexuality, cronyism and nepotism, slanders, lies are all committed by Oppositions.
4. Mr Taib dismissed the allegation as an attempt to frame him.
We can see how mild of Mr Taib to utter “It’s a bit naughty of them,” he said.
He should not call these video-makers against him with such expressions. He should be fiercer by labelling them malicious liars’ members of organization.