Many believe that Najib term as Malaysian 5th Prime Minister will not last longer. Since he took over as Malaysian No 1 man from Pak Lah, he has been plugged with so many issues and problems such as (Not to include the Mongolian beuty and corruption involve the purchase of the second hand submarines) :- Barisan Nasional (BN) – Coalition Front - Losses In 7th April 2009 By-Election. Out of the 3 seats that it contested it lost 2 seats in Peninsular. Its only won the Batang Ai but with controversy. PKR claimed that BN employed dirty politic such as the implementation of instant project worth over RM 70 millions, rampant corruption and abused of power, misuse of government properties during the campaign and the most serious case involved the 14 ballot boxes from Jawah Gerang stronghold area been tampered believed to be by BN or EC. Dissatisfaction Over New Cabinet Line-up. Some members of the coalition have expressed their dissatisfaction openly over the distribution of the ministerial posts. It all started with MIC . It felt that Indian community is not well represented by the new government and it even suggested to pull-out from the coalition. Yesterday, 14th April 2009 , Michael Dawos one of the Bidayuh Assemblyman expressed his dissatisfaction over no Bidayuh assemblyman being included in Najib’s new line3-up. And this morning Abang Johari , the Deputy President of Parti Bumiputera Bersatu (PBB) also expressed his dissatisfaction over Najib failure to nominate any Sarawakian Malay in his cabinet.
As usual Jabu is always arrogant and was the first to make scarstic remark against the newspapers for highlighting the issue. His main aim is to please his dying bos Tok Uban.
Trengganu State Assembly Crisis. Yesterday ten of the 24 Barisan Nasional assemblymen stayed away from the Terengganu state assembly sitting , fanning speculation that it was related to a bid to oust Mentri Besar Datuk Ahmad Said. According to the reliable source, the 10 assemblymen believed to be Tan Sri Jusuh, Trengganu ex-Menteri Besar followers were not happy with current MB Datu Ahmad Said. The Stand-off between the two coalitions in UMNO, (Tan Sri Jusoh and Tan Sri Said with the support of the palace) started since March 2008 over the removal of Tan Sri Jusoh from office by the palace.
Deputy Prime Minister Mahyuddin Yassin negative remarks toward Chinese Community. Mahyuddin Yassin in the interview published by Mingguan Malaysia on Sunday, 13th April 2009 (Could be the Black Sunday for the newly appointed DPM) when ask about BN defeats in Bukit Selambau and Bukit Gantang by-election said that he was not happy with the Chinese community for did not throw their votes to BN despite all the good things that the BN done to the Chinese Community such as the RM 1 Million allocation to the Chinese school. This interview was then published by the Chinese Newspaper last Monday 13th April 2009 and had caused the uproar among the Chinese Communities in Malaysia.
First Test for DPM-Will he Win the Battle ?
Pakatan Rakyat should start to plan now if they want to wrest power from BN. With these new development, to reinforced his motto 'One Malaysia. People First. Performance Now , Najib may call for snap election. As for Pakatan Rakyat especially in Sarawak, plan has to be drawn now and do not wait for the last minute. Take this opportunity to strengthen PKR in Sarawak particularly in the remote area, and to break BN strength as Tsun Zu said :- “ Attack him where he is unprepared, appear where you are not expected and The general who loses a battle makes but few calculations beforehand. Thus do many calculations lead to victory, and few calculations to defeat: how much more no calculation at all! It is by attention to this point that I can foresee who is likely to win or lose” Until then Mupok aku “Agi Idup Agi Ngelaban”