That's a good start. But not a full account, the boring stuff with lots of figures etc.
Do keep in mind Pakatan, like any politicians, will tell stories. Take the latest case of toll removal cost. As the opposition, Pakatan say will only take 25 billions to remove tolls. Now as government, change the cost of removal to 400 billions, a 16 times increase
Same with BN. if they say 40 billions didn't go missing, may be a 4 billions did. Who knows?
Of course it's not a full account/report. Everybody except blind supporters know that PAC investigations were not done properly, were hampered by a lot of factors and led by an incompetent biased chairman.
Now, this, is a different story - Parliament agrees to reopen PAC and Auditor-General probes into 1MDB :
KUALA LUMPUR: Parliament has agreed for the Public Accounts Committee (PAC) and Auditor-General to open fresh investigations into the 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB) scandal.
The motion to reopen investigations was tabled by Finance Minister Lim Guan Eng and was passed after heated debate.
"The probe by the PAC will allow the Pekan MP (former prime minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak) to defend himself and clear his name in a transparent manner," Lim said when tabling the motion in Parliament on Thursday (Aug 16).
He said the investigations by the PAC and Auditor-General would allow the rakyat to know the truth behind 1MDB and bring closure to the scandal that has rocked the nation.
"The people must know the truth as it was the people who have to pay a high cost," he said.
He noted that the probe would also restore the dignity of the PAC.
Lim struck a nerve with former PAC chairman Datuk Hasan Ariffin when he claimed that the latter had deliberately erased vital information from the former PAC report which was tabled in Parliament in 2016.
Lim said the information would have shed light on businessman Low Taek Jho's, also known as Jho Low, connection to 1MDB.
Later when debating the motion, Hasan (BN-Rompin) admitted that he decided to remove the information from the PAC report a day before it was tabled in Parliament on April 7, 2016, as it was from a confidential letter from Bank Negara.
An argument ensued between Hasan and former PAC member Tony Pua (PH-Damansara) who accused the former of erasing crucial information.
"Why had you (Hasan) altered the final PAC Report without even informing us as PAC members?" Pua asked, adding that the former PAC chairman had used his position to protect and exonerate Najib of wrongdoing.
Hasan proposed for a Parliamentary Select Committee to be set up to clear his name over his previous actions as PAC chairman.
Pua agreed to Hasan's proposal.
Tan Sri Annuar Musa (BN-Ketereh) said he supported the motion to reopen the investigations.
"The new Pakatan government must be given ample space to find the truth behind the issues surrounding 1MBD," he said when debating the motion.
He said the PAC should carry out its probe as soon as possible to avoid the issue beinf dragged further
"Tomorrow (Aug 17) will be Pakatan's 100 days as the ruling Government and the 1MDB issue should not give rise to anymore polemics," he added.
Before lawmakers passed the motion, Speaker Datuk Mohamad Ariff Md Yusof said he had no authority to rule for PAC proceedings to be conducted as public hearings.
He said the proper manner would be for the PAC to table their findings in Parliament once completed.
Read more at https://www.thestar.com.my/news/nation/2018...g9ZEGS6DQeei.99