Workers' Party leaders did not ask Raeesah Khan to take lie 'to the grave': Faisal Manap testifies

Published:Dec 6, 202305:04

A day later, the Office of the Clerk of Parliament issued a particular report on Dec 3 making public the testimonies of Ms Khan, Ms Loh and Mr Nathan.The Committee then referred to as Mr Singh, Mr Faisal and Ms Lim to give proof. Mr Faisal attended a listening to on Thursday, whereas Mr Singh appeared earlier than the Committee on Friday and Saturday.The details of Mr Faisal's proof was issued as a particular report on Saturday evening, together with a video of his listening to.The report mentioned that Mr Faisal accepted that it was "bad to lie to Parliament"."He agreed that it was equally wrong to allow a lie to carry on in Parliament. He also agreed that if one knew of a true fact which would correct a deception on Parliament, keeping quiet would also be a problem, and could possibly amount to an offence," the report mentioned.He additionally agreed that after he turned conscious of Ms Khan’s lie, it will have been logical for him to have requested questions on Ms Khan’s intention to make clear the lie, at varied factors in the occasions that transpired.Mr Faisal mentioned that he had left Mr Singh to deal with the matter as a result of he trusted Mr Singh, having labored with him for greater than 10 years as a fellow Workers' Party MP.He believed that Mr Singh had the data to make the judgment name on the matter and he additionally trusted Ms Khan to do the proper factor, the report mentioned.


Mr Faisal additionally revealed that the remainder of the WP Central Executive Committee (CEC) did not know that Ms Khan had confessed her lie to him, Ms Lim and Mr Singh a lot earlier.This was the case on Nov 2, when a Disciplinary Panel (DP) was formally established by the WP. And when the CEC met on Nov 30 to deliberate the panel's suggestions on actions to be taken in opposition to Ms Khan, the different members have been nonetheless unaware.The panel - made up of Mr Faisal, Ms Lim and Mr Singh - really helpful that Ms Khan ought to resign or, failing which, she needs to be expelled from the WP.When the panel briefed the CEC about its suggestions, it did not disclose to the members that Mr Singh, Ms Lim and Mr Faisal had met Ms Khan on Aug 8, the place she confessed to them she had lied to Parliament."The DP also did not disclose to the CEC that Ms Loh and Mr Nathan, senior cadre members who had worked closely with Ms Khan, had made very strong statements to the DP for the DP members to disclose their own involvement and knowledge, and come clean with WP members and the public," the particular report mentioned.Thus, the CEC voted in favour of Ms Khan’s expulsion "without knowledge of the full facts", mentioned the report.

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