人权律师哈里斯依布拉欣更忍无可忍，在他的人民议会（The People’s Parliament）部落格里发表了《为了对你的孩子的爱，不要让纳吉成为首相！》（For the love of your children, do not let Najib become PM!），号召马来西亚人民齐心协力阻止纳吉出任首相。
Note : 哈里斯的请愿书主要致给221名国会议员，但彭亨州北根（Pekan）国会议员纳吉不在名单内；他要连署人写下本身的姓名、身份证号码及国会选区。
To : the Honourable Members of Parliament of Malaysia, except the Honourable Member of Pekan.
We, the undersigned, all citizens of Malaysia, remind you :-
1. that by your oath of office, you are all sworn to bear true faith and allegiance to Malaysia, and to preserve, protect and defend its Constitution; and
2. that you hold office on trust to represent the interests of the people of Malaysia and not the interest of your respective parties or their leaders.
We, note that :-
3. Article 43(2) of the Federal Constitution stipulates that His Majesty the Yang di-Pertuan Agong shall appoint as Prime Minister a member from amongst you who in the judgment of His Majesty is likely to command the confidence of the majority of the members of the Dewan Rakyat:
4. subsequent to the 12th General Elections on 8th March, 2008, His Majesty, in the exercise of his powers and duties under the Article aforementioned, appointed Dato Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi as Prime Minister;
5. in October, 2008, a power transition agreement was arrived at between Dato Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi and Dato Seri Najib Abdul Razak, by the terms whereof :-
(a) Dato Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi would not defend his incumbent presidency of UMNO at the UMNO elections in March, 2009; and
(b) should Dato Seri Najib be duly elected president of UMNO in March 2009, the matter of the transition of the powers and the office of Prime Minister, from Dato Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi to Dato Seri Najib, will then be discussed;
6. at the recent close of nominations of candidates for the forthcoming UMNO elections in March 2009, Dato Seri Najib was the only individual who received the requisite number of nominations to be eligible to contest for the post of president, with the result that, barring any unforeseen eventualities, Dato Seri Najib will be returned unopposed as president of UMNO come March 2009;
7. should Dato Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi resign from the office of Prime Minister subsequent to Dato Seri Najib being confirmed as having been returned unopposed as president of UMNO in March 2009, it is widely expected that Dato Seri Najib will seek an audience with His Majesty the Yang di-Pertuan Agong with a view to representing to His Majesty that Dato Seri Najib has the confidence of the majority from amongst you and should consequently be appointed Prime Minister pursuant to Article 43(2) of the Federal Constitution.
We further note that :-
8. a certain misconception by many in UMNO, in particular, and Barisan Nasional, generally, which contradicts Article 43(2) of the Federal Constitution, that the Prime Minister of Malaysia has always to be the president of UMNO; and
9. all our previous Prime Ministers were, and the current Prime Minister is, the president of UMNO and that at the time of their respective appointments, no one seriously thought to question, let alone doubted, whether any of the previous Prime Ministers or the current one commanded the confidence of the majority of the members of’ the Dewan Rakyat, past and present.
We, the undersigned now note and will ask you, Honourable Members of Parliament, to likewise take note, of the following matters which have given rise to serious questions as to the suitability of and leaves no room whasoever for any confidence in Dato Seri Najib to lead our country as Prime Minister :-
10. Dato Seri Najib has maintained that he neither knew, was ever acquainted with nor had any dealings whatsoever with murdered Altantuya Shaaribuu, the central figure in the ongoing murder trial in Shah Alam. Yet :
i) on 29th June, 2007, Mongolian national, Burmaa Oyunchimeg, a prosecution witness in the abovementioned murder trial, testified that she had seen a photograph of the victim, recently acquitted Razak Baginda and a government official. Newspaper reports give the impression that both the prosecution and some of the defence went to great lengths to try and not allow this witness to continue with this line of testimony. However, when she was examined by Mr. Karpal Singh, who finally managed to get leave to ask the witness who the government official was, she replied, “Najib Razak. I remember the name Najib Razak because the name Razak is the same. I thought maybe they were brothers.”. Subsequently, when Dato Seri Najib was asked to comment on this evidence, he declined to do so, on the grounds that it would be inappropriate for him to comment further as any statement he made might be deemed to be on a matter sub-judice, given that the trial was still ongoing. To this date, Dato Seri Najib has never categorically denied this piece of evidence and no effort has been made by the relevant authorities to investigate this piece of information.
ii) On 3rd July, 2008, private investigator Balasubramaniam a/l Perumal publicly disclosed his own statutory declaration made on 1st July, 2008 in which he gave details that categorically pointed to Dato Seri Najib knowing Altantuya very, very well. A careful analysis of the statutory declaration will reveal that whilst details contained therein related also to the recently acquitted Razak Baginda and the victim, amongst others, the most damaging details contained therein related to Dato Seri Najib. The very next day, in the most suspicious of circumstances, Balasubramaniam publicly disclosed a newer statutory declaration made by him retracting the contents of his earlier statutory declaration. Balasubramaniam and his family have since disappeared and have not been seen by family and friends. A news report dated 10th July, 2008 has it that Bukit Aman CID chief Mohd Bakri Zinin confirmed that a team of police had taken a statement from Balasubramaniam in a “neighbouring country”, declined to say which country he and his family were in but confirmed that Balasubramaniam had said he left Malaysia because he feared for his life. Mohd Bakri also confirmed then that police were investigating both of the contradictory statutory declarations and asked for time to complete the investigations. To-date, we have not heard on the outcome of those investigations. Meanwhile, as reported in a media report on 15th July, 2008, the nephew of Balasubramaniam, R Kumaresan, startlingly disclosed that whilst he had been in contact with his uncle, he had declined to inform the police of Balasubramaniam’s whereabouts when asked to do so by the police because “I cannot reveal the full details to the police and by doing this I understand what the consequences are… but if I do reveal everything I know what will happen to them”.
11. On 26th June, 2007, another Mongolian national, Uuriintuya Gal-Orchir, who testified at the ongoing Altantuya murder trial, complained in the course of her testimony that local immigration records of her, Altantuya and their friend Namiraa Gerelmaa’s entry into Malaysia on 8th October, 2006 had mysteriously vanished. Lead prosecutor Tun Abdul Majid Tun Hamzah and the defence lawyers protested that this evidence was irrelevant. This matter of the disappearing immigration records of Altantuya and her friends has never been investigated to verify if correct and, if found to be correct, who might be responsible for the same and if it might have a bearing on the murder trial.
12. Paragraph 52 of the first statutory declaration of Balasubramaniam details an sms that was allegedly sent by Dato Seri Najib to Razak Baginda on the day that the latter was arrested. The sms reads : “ I am seeing IGP at 11am today … matter will be solved … be cool”. The correctness or otherwise of this sms is presumably the subject of the police investigation referred to by Bukit Aman CID chief Mohd Bakri Zinin. However, in another series of sms’es supposedly between Dato Seri Najib and senior lawyer Muhd Shafee Abdullah, the authenticity of which Dato Seri Najib has admitted, the former sent the following sms to the latter on the morning of 16th November, 2006, the very morning that Razak Baginda was charged in court in connection with the murder of Altantuya : “Pls do not say anything to the press today. i will explain later. RB will have to face a tentative charge but all is not lost”. These sms’es were publicly disclosed on 11th October, 2008 with an immediate public outcry for an investigation whether an abuse of power by an interference with the administration of justice had occurred. On 14th October, 2008, Dato Seri Najib, in reference to this series of sms’es, publicly denied that they evidenced any abuse of power, without ever refuting the authenticity of the same. To-date, there has been no public statement by the relevant authorities whether these sms’es are the subject of any investigation to ascertain if indeed any abuse of power has occurred. If in fact an investigation has been done, no results of the same have been announced.
13. On 31st October, 2008, Razak Baginda, without being called to enter his defence, was acquitted of the charge, referred to by Dato Seri Najib as ‘tentative’, of abetting in the murder of Altantuya. At the time, lead prosecutor DPP Tun Majid Tun Hamzah intimated that the acquittal might be appealed, saying, “We will consider appealing the decision. The battle is not over yet”. Yet, 14 days later, the same DPP confirmed that the acquittal would not be appealed, offering the most spurious of reasons that the trial judge, in acquitting Razak Baginda, had made findings of fact. A check with senior criminal practitioners will show that in recent times, there has not been an occasion where the Attorney-General’s Chambers did not appeal against a decision to acquit, in a murder trial, where the accused was not ordered to enter a defence. A case in point was the acquittal in the Norita Shamsuddin murder trial.
We, the undersigned, draw the attention of you, Honourable Members of Parliament, to some very serious questions, all of which remain unanswered to this day, which arise from the matters listed above, all matters of record. These include :-
14. Who did Mongolian national, Burmaa Oyunchimeg, mean by ‘Najib Razak’ as the government official photographed with the murdered Altantuya and the one accused of a ‘tentative’ charge? Did she mean Dato Seri Najib? And if she meant Dato Seri Najib, what are we to make of the latter’s denial to having ever known, been acquainted with or had any dealings whatsoever with the murdered Altantuya? Again, if she meant Dato Seri Najib, would this not corroborate the assertion by private investigator Balasubramaniam in his first statutory declaration that Dato Seri Najib was well-acquainted with Altantuya. Noting that to-date, Dato Seri Najib has never refuted this piece of evidence, it must be asked why this assertion by Burmaa Oyunchimeg has never been fully investigated?
15. Have the police concluded their investigation, which commenced in early July this year, in the matter of private investigator Balasubramaniam’s two contradictory statutory declarations? If so, why has he not been charged for making a false statutory declaration? Which is the false statutory declaration? Was he forced to make the false declaration and if so, by who and how? Where is he and his family now? Are they safe?
16. Is there truth in the assertion by Mongolian national, Uuriintuya Gal-Orchir that local immigration records of her, Altantuya and their friend Namiraa Gerelmaa’s entry into Malaysia on 8th October, 2006 had disappeared? If true, who was responsible for this and why was this done? Was the responsible party acting on instructions and, if so, who and why? Why has this assertion by Uuriintuya Gal-Orchir never been fully investigated?
17. Given the startling decision of the Attorney General’s Chambers not to appeal the acquittal of Razak Baginda, has there been an investigation into the exchange of sms’s between Dato Seri Najib and the senior lawyer to ascertain if there was any abuse of power or interference with due process howsoever by Dato Seri Najib?
We, the undersigned, note with considerable regret that the Honourable Member of Parliament for Ipoh Timor, Yang Berkhidmat Lim Kit Siang had, in October, 2008, urged that a Royal Commission of Inquiry be established to, amongst others, fully investigate the matters hereinstated, but the present administration has ignored this call.
And we, the undersigned, state now that until and unless the matters raised herein and the serious questions arising therefrom have been adequately investigated and findings that fully vindicate Dato Seri Najib of any and all inferences and aspersions that might reasonably be drawn or made from the same are disclosed to the public, we have no confidence in Dato Seri Najib to lead our country as Prime Minister.
Wherefore, we, the undersigned, now direct you, Honourable Members of Parliament, as our duly elected representatives :-
a) to demand that the Executive forthwith establish a Royal Commission of Inquiry to fully investigate upon the matters hereinstated and and the serious questions arising therefrom and to make public the findings and recommendations, if any, of such a Commission; and
b) should the Executive fail to establish a Commission as aforementioned or any other credible investigative body to look into and make public its report on its findings and recommendations, if any, on the matters hereinstated, with the consequence that the same remain uninvestigated and the serious questions arising therefrom remain unanswered if and when Dato Seri Najib should seek an audience with His Majesty with a view to securing his appointment as Prime Minister, you take all necessary steps to make known to His Majesty that, as our elected representatives, you do not have confidence in Dato Seri Najib to lead our country as Prime Minister.