Kadir: The sex video a test on Harapan’s pledge to be transparent and accountable


It is also a test on the professionalism of the police under the new leadership of Inspector-General of Police Abdul Hamid Bador.

“It is a test to the ability of the Harapan leadership to stay above the fray and to put the interest of the country above personal likes and dislikes.

“It is a test to the humanity, humility, morality and dignity of Harapan leaders collectively and individually,” he said.

 Kadir Jasin was commenting on the viral sex video purportedly shot in Sandakan implicating Economic Affairs Minister Azmin Ali.

“The question that every Pakatan Harapan leader must ask is, do I use my party and my government position to shield me from my wrongdoing or I shield my party and my government from shame by doing the right thing?” he added while giving examples of foreign ministers who resigned when they caught allegedly involved in sexual acts. 

Santubong PKR Youth chief Haziq Abdullah Abdul Aziz claimed he was the man in the video, which was secretly filmed during the Sandakan by-election, and his partner was Azmin. 

Azmin denies the allegations and  described it as slander and character assassination intended to end his political career.


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