Information on the Information Minister Ahmad Shabery Cheek
Posted on March 18th, 2008 by Lilian • Filed under: politics
Latest : Debat minyak Anwar vs Shabery Cheek click here for the debate.
Updated : Bwahahahaha…Zam said PM made the right choice in picking Ahmad Shabery Cheek because :
“I know Shabery well. He is an avid reader, has a high intellect and is also rational. During debates in parliament, he is able to offer convincing answers,” said Zainuddin.
“I believe Shabery will not only continue from where I left off (at the ministry) but will also have the capacity to perform much better,” he said.
Zainuddin said he was convinced that Ahmad Shabery would be able to make a huge and impactful contribution to the party, people and country.
There seems to be an interest on the new Information Minister and I get more queries on my stats than usual on him than other ministers. Being the informed blogger, here are information that people may want to find out about the Malaysia Information Minister.
Do you all remember the nude squadgate where police made a Malay woman to strip and then, do squats in nude? Well, some of the policemen/women there took videos and eventually the clip was spread to the public.
This new Information Minister apparently blamed Teresa Kok and said she encourages voyeurism.
Umno Kemaman MP Ahmad Shabery Cheek ticked off Seputeh MP Teresa Kok for revealing in Parliament the controversial video clip of a naked women forced to perform squats in the nude by the police.
Shabery, who is also Umno Terengganu information chief, called for Kok to pay damages to the woman for bringing shame to her and her family.
And to which, Lim Kit Siang replied (because Teresa Kok was in oversea at that time):
Contacted yesterday, Lim retorted that Shabery was being “inconsistent” and showed no real concern for the plight of the woman in the video.
“He had said nothing regarding the person who took the video (the voyeur) and he did not show outrage over the treatment of the woman by the police (when the video was first exposed),” added Lim.
“If he was really concerned about shame brought upon the woman, he should be asking for compensation from various media organisations (for publicising the incident),” said Lim.
Kok was not available for comments as she is presently overseas.
Quotes taken from Teresa Kok blog post dated Wednesday, 28-12-2005.
Wuah….looks like our Information Minister very interesting guy hor?
Somemore got, LKS debate with Ahmad Shabery Cheek
In brief, he compared Malaysian Indians are better off than Indians in India. Damn funny, I tell you.