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I have been asked by the media and commentators in my blog as to whether I would quit as adviser to Petronas following my quitting as an UMNO member.
I would like to believe it is not exclusive to UMNO members.
Prior to my being adviser, the post was held by Tun Hussein Onn who was appointed by me following his resignation as Prime Minister. When UMNO was made illegal and UMNO Baru was formed Tun Hussein remained outside the party but this did not affect his position in Petronas. He remained Petronas adviser until he passed away.
Tun Hussein was also ISIS (Institute of Strategic and International Studies) chairman from 1984 until his demise.
As I have stated before I have no intention of quitting. It is ridiculous if all advisorial appointments subject the appointee to saying only the things that please the Government.
The Government is free to remove me from this position as it sees fit.
Dr M threatened judges
Both the New Straits Times and the Star today chose to splash Justice Dato Ian Chin's "stunning" claims of my alleged interference in the judiciary, providing brief respite from the current issues of oil price hike etc etc
I will refrain from commenting for now and will do so in due time.
However, I am quite curious about what Ian Chin considers as "veiled threat". Perhaps he could be more specific as his allegations are very serious.