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YOURSAY | ‘They are now backing Umno, including the kleptocrat cluster.’
Palace: New PM must seek confidence vote, winner should reach out to loser
Shafie: Agong wants new PM's legitimacy to be tested in Parliament
JazliSalleh: Reaching out to losers never existed in Umno’s years of politics. They victimise losers, always.
Look at what Anwar Ibrahim had to endure. Look at what Lim Guan Eng had to endure. Look at what the late Karpal Singh had to endure. And lately, look at what Syed Saddiq Syed Abdul Rahman had to endure. Losers are bullied and minorities are discriminated against.
The judiciary, MACC, PDRM (Royal Malaysian Police), ROS (Registrar of Societies), Parliament are apparently manipulated to suit their own selfish interests. This is a very sad state of affairs. There is no one to correct and check these abuses. It’s just accepted as a way of life.
Bornean: Unity government in Malaysia? I am doubtful as this is a winner-takes-all system - the victors would not bother offering any posts or positions of power to their opponents. They won’t even listen to their views.
This is democracy Malaysia-style. Our only hope is the general election.
Anonymous_37834646282: Politicians are charlatans. Didn’t Muhyiddin Yassin say he would not allow kleptocrats to rule?
Also, PAS leader Abdul Hadi Awang, in urging the opposition to work with Muhyiddin, said we should not let the corrupt come back to power
And don’t forget, the three Borneo Bersatu parliamentarians - Saratok MP Ali Biju, Puncak Borneo MP Willie Mongin and Ranau MP Jonathan Yasin - who challenged Pakatan Harapan to state whether the coalition plans to cooperate with kleptocrats.
Now all of them are backing Umno, including the kleptocrat cluster.
So much for their big talk about not working with them. We should always take what they say with a big dollop of salt. And yet, some argue that we should trust Muhyiddin when he offered reforms in return for support. Never trust politicians.
We Know You Know: Indeed, Muhyiddin said his party would not work with kleptocrats. But if Ismail Sabri becomes PM, that is exactly what will happen. Umno would have demanded a heavy price from Ismail Sabri.
As politics goes, there are no permanent friends or enemies. Bersatu should team up with Pakatan Harapan and wrest certain conditions from the Anwar-Shafie Apdal team.
Muhyiddin’s seven-point proposal can be the basis of cooperation, including no kleptocrats, together with greater concessions for the Sabah and Sarawak blocs. Bersatu will then have a foot and a hand in the new government.
With Umno, the chances for Bersatu are almost nil. They will never let Muhyiddin’s team gain the upper hand anymore. I hope Muhyiddin understands this reality.
KnockKnock: Let’s go back to basics, Your Majesty Yang di-Pertuan Agong. The people had already chosen their government fairly and lawfully, but “special elites” hijacked the government midway via the “Sheraton Move”.