Najib's time ends now

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From day one, Najib Abdul Razak's apprenticeship as prime minister has been marked by facade.

Having edged out Abdullah Ahmad Badawi with the help of Muhyiddin Yassin and Dr Mahathir Mohamad, he promised the people a thorough reform, so that Barisan Nasional and most critically, Umno, could regain the public trust, and yet another mandate to rule.

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