Anwar Ibrahim lying in Indonesia

The Visit of Malaysia's opposition leader, Anwar Ibrahim, to Indonesia last week to invite criticism from a high-ranking Interior neighbor. Anwar's statements considered bad-mouth the government of Malaysia with indulgence in falsehood.

Similarly, according to Deputy Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin, Wednesday, September 29, 2010. Yassin said that Anwar has done a great sin to worsen the country's image in Indonesia. Yassin also said that this is evidence of Anwar will do anything for the sake of his political career.

"It is all lies, dry sin (sin is intentional). What did Anwar say proves that he is prepared to lie and do anything to destroy the country for the sake of political interests and ambitions, "Yassin said as quoted by the daily pages of The Star.

Anwar Yassin offensive statement in a seminar in Jakarta, Sunday, September 26, 2010, that the Malaysian media contributed to negative perceptions of Indonesia. Former Malaysian Deputy Prime Minister also said that tensions Indonesia-Malaysia some time ago has become a political commodity in the country's ruling party, UMNO.

According to Yassin, Anwar's statement was made up. Contrary to the comments Anwar, Yassin assess the media in Malaysia is a responsible institution.

"Malaysian media would not exploit issues such as the Indonesia-Malaysia conducted by the Indonesian media," said Yassin saying that Indonesia and Malaysia still have good relations at all levels of society.

Anwar Yassin attack again, saying that the image of Malaysia will be even better without the big cases, such as Anwar Ibrahim's sodomy case.

"If you ask me, personally, do you want this case is in court Malaysia? I do not want, "said Yassin.

"It is true that if no major cases, then Malaysia will be in a better position. The sooner this issue is resolved, the better for us, "she added.

Anwar is currently undergoing trial on charges of sodomy against his former assistant. Earlier, Anwar also served jail-related cases of sodomy.

Yassin denied the words of Anwar, who alleges that this case is a scenario the government of Malaysia to impose his political career. "This case is not dilaporka by any party, but by individuals who feel he has the right to justice and, of course, any legal right to be protected in this country," said Yassin. Indonesia Today

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