Tuesday, September 16, 2008

Is PM getting ready to run? - Malaysiakini

Asked if he would meet Anwar, Badawi was non-committal and said, "We shall see if there's time".

Flip-flopping lame duck Prime Minister further said that "The BN is still in power, and we will continue to do our job and not be distracted by such claims".

Well, question time, Mr PM, if you are still doing your job. 

1. Bila harga minyak nak turun? Kan janji nak buat review dua kali sebulan? Hari ni kan dah 16 September, yakni Hari Malaysia?

2. Apakah Perdana Menteri ini takut sangat ke nak berjumpa dengan Anwar? Tak usah takut, jumpa saja. Asalkan ada kebaikan untuk rakyat, untuk negara, apa salah?

3. Minta YAB Perdana Menteri ini jangan sekali-kali nak cabut lari. Lepas berjumpa dengan Anwar nanti, tahulah kesemua rakyat jelata siapakah benar, siapakah temberang.

Seterusnya untuk pembaca blog saya ..... dari Malaysiakini ...

PM: Sept 16 a 'political lie'

Prime Minister Abdullah Ahmad Badawi scoffed at the opposition caolition’s claims that it has the numbers to topple the Barisan Nasional government. 

He described Opposition Leader Anwar Ibrahim’s assertion at a massive rally last night that he had enough government defectors to take power as a “political lie”.

anti isa sept 16 gathering kelana jaya stadium 160908 15Anwar told the 20,000-strong crowd at the Kelana Jaya stadium that he had sent a letter to the prime minister requesting for a meeting to discuss a smooth power transistion.

When asked whether he would meet the opposition leader, Abdullah was non-committal. “We shall see if there’s time,” he said.

The prime minister dismissed Anwar’s claims as preposterous, arguing that “if Anwar has the numbers, he would have let the whole world know”.

No details on who and how many

Anwar told a rapturous crowd close to midnight yesterday that the Pakatan Rakyat has “the numbers but we want to meet with Abdullah, show him the evidence and work out a handover because we want a peaceful transition".

anti isa sept 16 gathering kelana jaya stadium 160908 14The opposition leader however did not provide more information on how many MPs Pakatan has in the bag and the number of government defectors.

Anwar will need at least 31 defectors from BN and perhaps over 40 for a stable Pakatan government.

"I believe that the government will fall in the next few weeks," he told journalists after the rally. 

But Abdullah stressed that his government continues to be stable and strong.

“I have known Anwar for a long time and he will say certain things to attract people to his ceramah, and they choose to believe him,” he told journalists this morning after a function.

“The BN government is still in power, and we will continue to do our job and not be distracted by such claims.”

1 comment:

phingy said...

Happy Malaysia Day !


1. I think the PM 'forgot' about his reducing-fuel-price promise since he is too busy with everything else, except matters concerning the rakyat. I've learnt not to trust whatever the man says as it never seems to turn out that way. The PM is still with his Flip Flop ways .

2. Yes ! the PM is scared of Anwar! I dont see any problem with the PM meeting the Opposition Leader to discuss matters concerning the rakyat! Badawi takuttttttt.

3. PM resign cepat sikit lah. UNDUR LAH :)