Annuar Musa says OK for Badak to Terbang via Private Jet.

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K KANGSAR POLLS No one should
question Rosmah Mansor’s right to hire a private jet as it is her right
and duty as the prime minister’s wife, said an Umno leader.

“Don’t (expect) the wife of the prime minister to travel on a normal
flight schedule, I don’t think there is a leader in the world who does
this.


“So, let’s not deny the right of a prime minister’s wife or prime
minister by saying or trying to give the impression that (the flight)
had been hired for private use,”
Umno information chief Annuar Musa told
Malaysiakini after breaking his fast in Manong, Kuala Kangsar yesterday
steadyaku47 comment : This Annuar Musa mist be talking through his arse! Here are some examples of how some Heads of States and their families travel. I have already had my say on Badak Terbang…please click the link below to go to post:

Quickies : Badak Terbang

cakap cakap : Badak Terbang Lagi!

 

 

 

British prime minister flies commercial to U.S., lesson for our politicians?

FROM CNN’s Jack Cafferty:

The British Prime Minister broke protocol big time during his trip to the U.S. – he flew commercial.

As one British reporter put it, David Cameron was “slumming it in business class” on the flight from London to Washington.

How refreshing. Cameron didn’t take his own private jet, he didn’t
even fly first class. Turns out Cameron is actually walking the walk
when it comes to fiscal austerity. Britain, like much of Europe, is in
the midst of making drastic cuts to many government programs in order to
keep its economy afloat.

Downing Street officials say that Cameron’s commercial flight saved
$300,000. In the grand scheme of things, the amount isn’t that
significant – but the gesture is huge.

As one British official tells the newspaper The Sun: “When we are
asking the country to tighten their belts as much as we are it’s very
hard to justify hiring big jets to swan around the world. It may make
his travel a little harder, but the Prime Minister believes it’s up to
him to set an example.”

It’s not all first-class travel and fine dining when you’re
PM: Cameron is spotted scoffing Pringles while squashed in to his seat
in economy class 


    You may think the stresses of life as a prime minister are compensated for by first class travel and fine dining.
    But the reality – for David Cameron
    at least – appears to be a little different after he was pictured
    squashed into an economy class flight stuffing his face with Paprika
    Pringles.
    Sitting in the window seat on an Easyjet aircraft, a fellow passenger caught him on camera cramming crisps into his mouth.
    Snack: The Prime Minister tucks into a can of Pringles on an EasyJet flight over the weekend

    Snack: The Prime Minister tucks into a can of Pringles on an EasyJet flight over the weekend

    Justin Trudeau to pay economy fares for family’s travel on government jet

    Sitting prime ministers are not permitted to take commercial flights for security reasons

    CBC News

    Posted: Jan 11, 2016 6:58 PM ET
    Last Updated: Jan 11, 2016 9:09 PM ET

     

    When Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, centre, wrapped up a vacation in St. Kitts and Nevis, a local newspaper ran this photo of him being seen off by Prime Minister Dr. Timothy Harris, left, and Mark Brantley, foreign affairs minister for St. Kitts and Nevis.

    When Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, centre, wrapped up a
    vacation in St. Kitts and Nevis, a local newspaper ran this photo of him
    being seen off by Prime Minister Dr. Timothy Harris, left, and Mark
    Brantley, foreign affairs minister for St. Kitts and Nevis. (St Kitts
    and Nevis Observer)

    Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will repay Canadian taxpayers
    the equivalent of economy class fares for each family member that
    accompanied him on a government jet to the Caribbean nation of St. Kitts
    and Nevis over the holidays. 

    Namibia: President Takes Commercial Flight

    By Chrispin Inambao

    Windhoek — PRESIDENT Hifikepunye Pohamba who at his inauguration ceremony
    appealed for prudence with regard to state resources and who pledged
    to lead by example flew on an ordinary commercial flight to the U.S.A
    where he is meeting President George W. Bush.
    At his inauguration on March 21 this year, the President had said,
    “As before, there will be zero tolerance for waste and corruption in
    public life. I therefore make a solemn pledge to you my compatriots
    and fellow citizens that I shall set a personal example.”
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