Tuesday, September 16, 2008

New Pakatan Rakyat Federal government "next few weeks" time....really?

There will be no new government on September 16... Anwar is now saying that he believes that the government will fall in the next few weeks... He does not tell us how many weeks exactly ..2, 3, 4, 5, 7 or more weeks...

Opposition Leader Anwar Ibrahim told a 20,000-strong rally that he had the numbers to form a new government and wants to meet with Prime Minister Abdullah Ahmad Badawi to discuss a handover.

"We have the numbers but we want to meet with Abdullah, show him the evidence and work out a handover because we want a peaceful transition," he said to the jubilant cheers of the crowd.

The opposition leader also did not provide more information on how many MPs Pakatan has in the bag and the number of government defectors.

..."I believe that the government will fall in the next few weeks," he told journalists after the rally.- Malaysiakini, 15/9/2008 - Anwar: We're ready to form new gov't
I just hope it is not like that 'scandals' that he wanted to expose for so long - claiming that he had boxes of evidence...

In any event, it would be good if the defections happen now - and the names of the MPs that are coming over to Pakatan Rakyat is revealed.

WHY? Well the BN leaders were also in the television saying that the whole thing is a sham..

Once these MPs come out in the open - then there will be no turning back. And even if they do go back to BN, we will all know who betrayed the Pakatan Rakyat...

Until this happens, then Pakatan Rakyat will say that we have the numbers - and the BN will say that it is all lies...and they have already done so according to the Star report..
Anwar's claim was immediately panned by Prime Minister Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi and other Barisan Nasional leaders.

Abdullah scoffed at the Opposition's plans, saying it was "a nuisance" and "preposterous."

He said the people had become very uneasy with this “naughty” speculation that the government would be toppled.

....Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department Datuk Seri Nazri Aziz said there was no way there would be a change in government on Tuesday.

“It’s not going to happen,” he said.

...Nazri said Parliament had to be in session and it was not sitting currently, and there should be a constructive vote of no-confidence in Parliament such as by defeating a Bill.

He noted that there were two attempts by the Opposition not too long ago but they did not materialise.

“So, it’s a waste of time talking about it. Anwar is always doing a con job to trick the rakyat. You can kid the people once, twice but not all the time,” he said when contacted. - Star, 15/9/2008, 11.55pm, Anwar claims the numbers, PM says 'not' (Update 2)

I just hope that the leaving of BN and the coming over to the Pakatan Rakyat starts tommorrow or as soon as possible...


Anonymous said...

"It's not going to, and never will happen" is the under-statement of the day! M'sians will just have to walt till the next GE to realize this dream.


Anonymous said...

Lets hope for the best, a change is always good

Anonymous said...

The way reading your article seems that you too can't wait and tolerate the current government any longer. Patience, cool it Sdr Charles, since majority of Malaysians have resolved, they want change so I believe it will happen-don't you think so? Anyway Selamat pagi Malaysiaaa....today is hari Malaysia.

Mr. Smith said...

Anwar is a master strategist. He even made the mighty BN run helter-skelter
right to Taiwan and resort to the ISA.
In a game like this you cannot expose all your cards. This guessing game is what keep the country thinking, counting the costs, taking sides and mentally prepared for the transition.

Samuel Goh Kim Eng said...


Remember the story of Moses
Who went up to Egypt's pharoah
To request for "Let my people go!"
So that no moss with sorrows flow

(C) Samuel Goh Kim Eng - 160908
Tue. 16th Sept. 2008.