Mahathir Mohamad

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(doctor, politician)
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BornMahathir bin Mohamad
1925-07-10
Alor Setar, Unfederated Malay States
Alma materNational University of Singapore
Children • Marina
• Mokhzani
• Mukhriz
• [[..|...]]
SpouseSiti Hasmah
Perpetrator ofKuala Lumpur War Crimes Commission
Interests • Boeing
• CIA
• MH370
• MH17
PartyUnited Malays National Organisation,  Malaysian United Indigenous Party
President of Malysia. Member of the Kuala Lumpur War Crimes Commission. Implicated Boeing and CIA in Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 disappearance. Disagreed on the official narrative into MH 17.

Employment.png Prime Minister of Malaysia

In office
10 May 2018 - 1 March 2020

Employment.png Prime Minister of Malaysia

In office
16 July 1981 - 31 October 2003

Employment.png Secretary General of Non-Aligned Movement

In office
20 February 2003 - 31 October 2003

Employment.png Malaysia/Minister of Finance

In office
5 June 2001 - 31 October 2003

Employment.png Malaysia/Minister of Finance

In office
7 September 1998 - 7 January 1999

Employment.png Malaysia/Minister of Home Affairs

In office
8 May 1986 - 8 January 1999

Employment.png Malaysia/Minister of Defence

In office
18 July 1981 - 6 May 1986

Employment.png Malaysia/Minister of Trade and Industry

In office
1 January 1978 - 16 July 1981

Employment.png Deputy Prime Minister of Malaysia

In office
5 March 1976 - 16 July 1981

Employment.png Malaysia/Minister of Education

In office
5 September 1974 - 31 December 1977

Employment.png Member of the Dewan Rakyat for Kubang Pasu

In office
24 August 1974 - 21 March 2004

Employment.png Member of the Dewan Negara for Kedah

In office
30 December 1972 - 23 August 1974

Dr. Mahathir bin Mohamad is a Malaysian politician, statesman, author and doctor who served as the 4th and 7th Prime Minister of Malaysia from July 1981 to October 2003 and again from May 2018 to March 2020. He served as the 4th Deputy Prime Minister and in many other Cabinet positions before his promotion to the premiership in July 1981 and was as a Member of Parliament from 1964 on. His political career has spanned more than 70 years.[1]

Political Career

During Mahathir's first tenure as prime minister, Malaysia experienced a period of rapid modernization and economic growth, and his government initiated a series of bold infrastructure projects. Mahathir was a dominant political figure, winning five consecutive general elections and fending off a series of rivals for UMNO's leadership. However, his power accumulation came at the expense of judicial independence and Malaysia's royalty's traditional powers and privileges. He used the controversial Internal Security Act to detain activists, non-mainstream religious figures, and political opponents, including the deputy prime minister whom he fired in 1998, Anwar Ibrahim. Mahathir's record of curbing civil liberties and his antagonism towards Western interests and economic policy made his relationships with Western nations difficult.[2]

MH 17

Full article: MH17

Mahathir Mohamad "was visibly concerned with the political nature of the accusations directed against Russia."[3][4]

“The conclusions of the Joint Investigation Team that there's a clear link with Russia is hearsay. We as Malaysians are very unhappy because it became a political case from the start just to be able to accuse Russia of wrongdoing.”
Mahathir Mohamad (2019)  [5]


 

An event carried out

EventLocationDescription
Kuala Lumpur War Crimes CommissionMalaysia
Kuala Lumpur
A tribunal to address the 2003 invasion of Iraq and associated abuses. Its verdict:- the UK/US/NATO establishment is guilty of war crimes. So far the criminals remain at large — but are staying out of Malaysia, the country in which the tribunal was carried out.

 

A Quote by Mahathir Mohamad

PageQuoteDateSource
Malaysia Airlines Flight 370“Clearly Boeing and certain agencies have the capacity to take over ‘uninterruptible control’ of commercial airliners of which MH370 B777 is one. Someone is hiding something, it is not fair that… Malaysia should take the blame. For some reason, the media will not print anything that involves Boeing or the CIA"”2014Mahathir Mohamad, Time Magazine


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