DAP's Tony Pua was right to question the need of yet another Special Task Force. This super task force is expected to produce some super human effort to try limit the damage of the scandal for the Barisan government.
The most important question which has to be asked now is, "Can Barisan be entrusted to clean up its own mess and to hold its leaders accountable for the PKFZ fiasco?" Or will the investigation ended up like other previous royal commissions - nothing much to show?
There are several key questions which have to be answered by the various task forces, MACC, the police and the cabinet:
1) Will the government make available all investigation papers?
2) What are the steps to be taken by the government to prosecute the perpetrators?
3) How to limit the financial losses of the project so that it does not continue to drain PKA and tax payers' money
4) Several officers including the new GM and the Minister of Transport Ong Tee Keat had said that PKFZ can be turned around - what are the guarantees and where are the studies done to justify the conclusion?
5) Where are the various turnaround plans?
6) Why is Tiong King Sing and O.C Phang not yet being hauled up to answer to the various allegations against them?
Najib should be reminded that the creation of more special task forces are merely superficial steps trying to appease the people. At the end of the day, this government must still be held responsible for its own fiasco.
We need to remind the government again and again that there is a need of a credible closure for the two royal commissions - V.K Lingam and the police force.