Pascal Najadi - Open Letter to Malaysia's MP'sDuring a closed session on Wednesday October 26th 2016 in the forum titled “Corruption and Governance Challenge in Malaysia” hosted by the University Observatory on Security of the University of Geneva, Switzerland, I spoke to honorable delegates from Switzerland, Malaysia and other nations.
We exchanged information and compared notes about the repetitive failures of Justice, failures of Institutions in Malaysia and the many violations of the Malaysian constitution. I also made it clear to all delegates at this important forum, that the Najadi family does not have any motive regarding toppling an elected sitting Government of Malaysia. I emphasized that this can only be done by the Malaysian Sovereign, the citizens of Malaysia, the Rakyat through peaceful means. I am a Swiss Citizen, my family is Swiss, I was born and raised in Switzerland. It is not our right and duty to meddle with Malaysian politics. But we have the absolute right to know why my late father Hussain Najadi was brutally assassinated in Kuala Lumpur on July 29th 2013. It is an insult to Human Dignity, a rape of Human Rights not to pursue the motives of a murder cases. It makes a non investigating government look complicit with the Assassins. Indeed the Appeal Court itself, on initially liberating those found guilty of murdering another victim failed by Malaysian justice, Altantuya Shaariibuu, gave its reason to be that a similar failure by the prosecution and the trial to determine motive rendered their guilty verdict unreliable.
Consequently I repeat my plea that I have already addressed to the Honorable Malaysian delegates that were part of our Forum including the Honorable MP Mr. Tony Pua:
“In the name of Human Rights and Human Dignity I demand from all MP’s of Malaysia to press for a thorough criminal investigation into the motive of the assassination of my late father Hussain Najadi who was brutally shot dead in Kuala Lumpur in broad daylight on July 29th 2013. It is the duty of any justice in any jurisdiction in our world to investigate the motive of a murder case. The failure of investigation by Malaysia into this most high profile assassination case in Malaysia is simply not acceptable. Dear Honorable Malaysian Members of Parliament, please show to your citizens, the world and us the victims, that you do not tolerate murder in Malaysia. You can start now and uphold this noble duty, it is not too late. For all those in Malaysia who appreciate life, peace and security this is now the call to act and to speak up.”
I end this open letter with a quote from the late Mahatma Gandhi:
“Remember that all through history, there have been tyrants and murderers, and for a time, they seem invincible. But in the end, they always fall. Always.”