Nazri Aziz wants Tun Dr Mahathir to proof his 'allegation' that the other two candidates running for Umno deputy president post could have indulged in 'buying' nominations. On the contrary, Muhyiddin Yassin said the former premier was pointing out at facts. Looking at it, Nazri may be a bit naive to notice the sudden 'climb' in the number of nominations for Ali Rustam and Muhammad Taib just a few days before Umno divisional meetings concluded on November 10. Prior to Nov 10, many were of the perception that both would not make the cut as nomination for the run-away candidate Muhyiddin was already soaring, and that almost each and every division gave him their votes. It was rather 'weird' when Ali and Muhammad hit the benchmark on Nov 10, thus opening up the position to a three-corner fight. There are possibilities. What Dr M said contained lot of logic. As Umno today belong to 'the rich and famous', money politics get to its mark in this case. Well, the rest of the divisions that held their meeting on the 9th and 10th could have also decided to see a contest for the No.2 position, not letting Muhyiddin to score an uncontested win like Datuk Seri Najib Razak. Dr M could be right, and so were the last-minute decision by the division. Nazri should look into this. Too many people agree to the fact that it was not easy to produce evidence on money politics as it could be done in many ways. Even the party's Disciplinary Committee found it difficult to ascertain some reports made my members. Since Zaid is gone, Nazri shows a sudden interest in legal. Although admitting the fact that he regretted making statement about the 'x-gratia' payout to the sacked judges, he seemed to be not perturbed by it. Asking Dr M to produce evidence was just like asking the sacked judges to admit their mistakes.
Bro, regrets are as personal as fingerprints!