Monday, July 24, 2006

Don't play-play

MAI SERNG-SERNG v.,adj. don't play-play
The Malaysian Prime Minister denied that Khairy Jamaluddin, his 30-year-old son-in-law, was his advisor.

“My son-in-law is not an adviser. He used to work with me. As my subordinate, obviously he was involved in preparing analyses and giving his opinion on many things,” he defended.

He was special officer to Abdullah, who was then Deputy Prime Minister, for four years. When Abdullah became Prime Minister, Khairy was his deputy principal private secretary II until May 2004, Star Online reports.

In my considered opinion, this guy is definitely his most influential advisor. Still!

All Pak Lah's recent government actions appear to be in risposte to Tun M's views. So if you want the Malaysian government to do something or appear to be doing something, get Tun M talking.

Mai serng-serng with this retired guy.


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