Nak bg anak dia jd TPM, takmau. Offer Menteri Mentor dia tolak. Punya gila nak jd PM. Peliknya "anai-anai" dok caci dan tuduh Anwar gila nak jd PM? Yg makin parah, kita boleh nampak byk ekoq jugak "anai-anai" makhluk perosak yg dok ambik kesempatan, sokong Mat-Eng dan Org Tua tu lalu dok kipas api dan simbah petrol. Akibatnya jadi pertelingkahan sesama Penyokong PH. So Mat-Eng tolonglah... - f/bk
Kekai pembangkang atau ambik semula gomen?...
PKR Tak Percayakan Tun Lagi? ...
1. Parti dia baru setahun jagung tp tanpa malu kat PKR, DAP dan Amanah dok mintak bertanding terbanyak sampai 52 kerusi. Kita bagi walaupun menang cuma 13 kerusi. Tak per, kita mengalah.
2. Walaupun menang kedua tercorot, Kita bagi kat dia jawatan PM pasai dah janji. Agong offer kat kita,kita terus pegang janji. Tak pah, kita mengalah jugak
3. Kita bagi senarai nama MP untuk jadi Menteri dan Timbalan mengikut komposisi parti yg menang PRU14, dia tak ikut. Dia ikut kepala sendiri. Tak pah, kita mengalah lagi.
4. Janji setahun saja. Lepas tu 2 tahun. Lepas tu hingga hujung tahun. Kemudian lepas APEC. Terakhir, kita bagi dia tentukan sendiri bila tarikhnya. Tak pah, kita terus mengalah.
5. Dah letak jawatan, kita ajak mesyuarat sebab nak lantik dia semula. Dia lari. Kita cari kat rumah. Ajak mesyuarat, nangis² drama swasta, mesyuarat tetap tak mau datang. Kita teruskan demi mandat rakyat. Bila dah nak jumpa Agong, tetiba dia datang. Kita bagi peluang dia jadi lagi walaupun asalnya dia dah macam tak kisah. Tak pah, kita mengalah lagi.
6. Lepas 5 kali mengalah, kita masih nak terus mengalah lagikah? Hangpa pikiaq mai!! Tu kalah namanya. Tanya diri sendiri, jika kita berhadapan situasi sebegini, secara akal yang waras yang Allah berikan, adakah kita masih mahu mengalah?
7. Ini untuk kebaikan bersama. Biar kekal pembangkang. Kita hadap PRU15 dengan DSAI sebagai calon PM kita. Tiada PPBM. Hanya PKR, DAP dan Amanah. Warisan dan parti2 Sarawak tu kita KIV. Pendirian flip flop. Insya Allah PH menang. - Dr Ariff Kadir Al-Katami
Speaking to CNA's Melissa Goh in an exclusive interview, Mr Anwar also conceded that
a snap election may be called before the opposition manages to unseat the current government.
Anwar rejects 6-month transition as unworkable,
but open to Dr M as minister mentor...
PKR president Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim said he would not accept Pakatan Harapan’s proposal for him to succeed Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad as prime minister after six months as the arrangement would come at a heavy cost to the country.
In an interview with Channel News Asia, the federal Opposition leader said the short transition would mean at least half a year of uncertainty over matters such as the permanence of the Cabinet and policies introduced.
“You have six months when you are not able to focus on reforms and the economy,” Anwar said emphatically.
When the interviewer asked him if there was any way he would consider working with Dr Mahathir as the latter’s deputy, Anwar pointed out there have already been two Mahathir administrations.
Anwar expressed his belief that Malaysia needed to move on at this point and that Malaysians as a whole deserved “something better” after being plunged into disillusionment with the country’s politics.
“It is not a question of personalities, but a question of an opportunity to begin anew; a fresh start.”
Despite his insistence that Dr Mahathir should not return as the prime minister for a third time, Anwar said he was not opposed to an advisory role for the former, possibly in the shape of senior minister or minister mentor as was practised in Singapore when Lee Kuan Yew stepped down.
Yesterday, DAP and Amanah sought to convince Anwar and his party to accept the deal by saying the agreed transition and timeline would be formalised in a written agreement.
Anwar’s reluctance may stem from Dr Mahathir’s previous term as the prime minister, when the latter repeatedly delayed his promise to relinquish the post to his former deputy by simply insisting he would honour the pledge eventually.
Lawyers also told Malay Mail yesterday that they did not believe such an agreement would have any effect in law as the matter of prime minister’ appointment and resignation was already codified in the Federal Constitution.
Dr Mahathir resigned as the prime minister in February to trigger the collapse of the PH administration, which then allowed Perikatan Nasional to seize control of the federal government unelected. Since then, however, he has mounted a campaign to be reappointed in the position.
Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin is also rumoured to be considering an early general election both to secure his personal mandate and to dispel views that his administration was a “backdoor” government.. - Justin Ong
Dr M issues ultimatum to end ties with
PKR, willing to explore other options...
However, Mahathir said he would continue to work with DAP and Amanah since the two parties supported him for the top post. “I won’t cooperate with him (Anwar) anymore because he does not want to work with me. I need to find other ways to become PM. There might be some other ways,” he said.
Malaysiakini contacted Mahathir's aide for clarification if this meant the former premier has decided to shut the door on PKR. However, the aide said this was more of an "ultimatum" should Anwar and PKR continue to remain adamant.
The aide also said Mahathir meant he would explore other avenues to "bring down the backdoor government". If the option for him to become prime minister for six months before passing the baton to Anwar falls through, Mahathir said he was willing to leave the informal alliance of Pakatan Harapan Plus. “No, I think I will quit,” he said.
Elaborating, he recalled how Pakatan Harapan and its predecessor Pakatan Rakyat had failed to form the government before he and Bersatu joined forces with them. “They have been in the opposition for so long. Before I joined them, in 2008 and 2013, they tried to win but they lost. They couldn't win.
“I joined them in GE14, and with enough Malay support, we won. “They were very clear, they needed Malay votes to win and thought I could bring them Malay votes because Bersatu is a Malay party, and the Malays won’t support multiracial parties,” he said. - mk
PH would be the government of the day today had Mahathir not resigned as PM. The political reality is this, it is almost near impossible to unseat a sitting PM. Mahathir resigned because he wanted to kick out the PH government as he had support from Umno, Pas, Azmin cartel & his own Bersatu to form another Malay based govt. Soon after he resigned he wanted to be PM of a Unity govt. Today he wanted to be PM of PH plus & hoping PKR to support him, the very parry he backstabbed.This old man is evil..- Ramli Mohamad
He should just accept as a mentor minister like LKY.Time to push Mukhriz ke depan bersama2 pemimpin2 muda PH tapi dia tolak. If sekarang pun dia boleh dump PKR just pasai tak align dengan what he wants,do you think he can handover to Anwar after 6 months?? - Barak
Mahathir lost THREE by-elections. He has literally no party. His own party is working with UMNO.Mahathir is incredibly weak. Amanah likely has a better chance at Malay seats than Mahathir's failed politics, frankly, and that's saying something! - IndigoJaguar7545
Dr M should not claim all the credit for the results of GE14. I think more credit is due to Sarawak Report, The Edge, MalaysiaKini and other social media for publicizing the 1MDB scandal and other abuses of power. It was the rakyats' anger that led to the fall of BN. There was no 1MDB scandal in 2008 and 2013. - Blurcarp9264
He is hoping to cut PKR from PH.With DAP and AMANAH, and GPS and Warisan as well as some from Bersatu Nd maybe some from UMNO he may have enough support to be PM. DAP and AMANAH should now come out to say they will no longer support him..I have said many times he is still thinking of a unity govt. - White Mamba
With 5 MPs and no party Dr M is in no position to give ultimatums. He cannot claim to represent the Malays because the 3 Malay based parties are in PN. Even PKR and Amanah have more Malay MPs than him and are more capable of representing the Malays than him. - Cynical
If he ever think from the point of Rakyat for just one second, he would not insist to be the PM, but rather work together harmoniously to save the country. - Michelle Low