Najib Razak has gone through a number of scandals and there have been calls for his resignation by the Malaysian opposition, Pakatan Rakyat.
Malaysia’s 6th prime minister is the worst PM compared to his privious predecessors. Najib is being slammed for ‘flip-flop’ decision and being described as a “flicker-minded”. He who was always jumping from one task to another, from one idea to another, but never actually accomplishing anything. Some say it was due to his wife factor who always trying to control, interfering in his administration affairs.
When Najib Razak took over Prime Minister’s office in 2009, he set his sights on resolving domestic economic issues and tackling political reform. Najib had pledged to do major reforms and conduct a comprehensive review of the Internal Security Act (ISA), electoral reform, promised more powers to the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission, to review the Sedition Act, to replace the Printing Presses & Publications Act and to guarantee public confidence in the efficiency, independence, integrity and professionalism on other public institutions such as Police, Judiciary and Malaysian Anti-Corruption Agency.