Culpable: Mohd Khairuddin Aman Razali
TL;DR he returned from Turkey on 7 July, and Malaysia imposes a 14-day quarantine rule upon entry. He claimed his test results were negative on the day of return. Malaysians are angered by the double standards accorded.
Culpable: Shahidan Kassim
Culpable: Hishammuddin Hussein
Editor's 2 cents: hendak seribu daya, tak hendak seribu dalih
Culpable: Noor Azmi Ghazali
TL;DR according to the charge sheet, he was found at a Covid-19 infected area for social purposes. He was photographed having a meal with a group of people. He will not be disqualified as lawmakers.
Culpable: Ismail Sabri
Summary: he defended Noor Azmi Ghazali, who visited Covid-19 infected area for social purposes.
Note: Malaysia entered Movement Control Order (MCO) on 18 March 2020, only essential services were allowed. Wonder what 'essential service' was produced by this meeting between Nurul Zahid and Zukifli Albakri.
Culpable: Abdul Rahman Mohamad
Comment: leaders are supposed to set good examples; Abdul Rahman Mohamad should publicly apologise and serve community service.
Culpable: Ahmad Samsuri Mokhtar and Ahmad Said
Comment: leaders are not above the law and are NOT ALLOWED to make social visits during pandemic.
A compilation of slip-ups made by Malaysian politicians. Hopefully this will guide fellow Malaysians in making wiser, informed decision in GE15.