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Malaysiakini: BN will topple, get ready

Posted on: April 12, 2008

Fauwaz Adbul Aziz | Apr 12, 08 7:17pm

Gear up and change your mind-set from that of opposition leaders to that of government, because the possibility of Pakatan Rakyat (PR) taking over at the federal level is becoming very real, PAS Youth told PR parliamentarians and state representatives today.

Its chief Salahuddin Ayub said BN component parties are currently torn apart by internal problems and are too distracted to focus on the business of governing.

pas chinese liaison rep 280607 salahuddin ayubAnd given the expected crossing-over of at least ten BN MPs to PR “in the next few weeks” and the “domino effect” this will have on other BN parliamentarians, this has given rise to the situation where PR leaders have to fill the void left by a distracted BN, said Salahuddin.

“We are not dreaming, it (forming the federal government) is a possibility that can come true at any time,” he told a press conference at PAS headquarters in Kuala Lumpur.

PKR, PAS and DAP’s unprecedented victories at the March 8 general election saw them retaining Kelantan, taking over Penang, Kedah, Perak and Selangor, and cutting BN’s two-thirds majority hold in Parliament.

Paradigm change

The ensuing leadership crises that have beset three of BN’s largest component parties – Umno, MCA and MIC – have also been accompanied by efforts spearheaded by PKR to woo MPs from the ruling coalition.azmin ali 01

PKR vice-president Mohd Azmin Ali has claimed more than 30 BN MPs are already in the PR bag, enough for it to form the government.

Before PR parties can expect to take over the federal government, however, its elected representatives must be undergo a ‘paradigm’ change, said Salahuddin.

This involves going from being able only to identify and criticise the shortcomings of the BN-led administration to one where they can formulate and implement constructive alternative policies, he stressed.

Towards this end, “experts” will be called in and asked to advise PR parties on how to fill the void left by a distracted BN, he added.

PAS MPs and state assemblypersons will be meeting at a “special seminar” in Ipoh within the next few weeks on the role they can play during this crucial period and in the future.

This will culminate in the convention for all Pakatan MPs and state assemblypersons to be held on April 27 where the elected representatives will discuss, among other things, their changing relationship with government bodies and agencies, said Salahuddin.

All these efforts will also go towards presenting a PR front that can convince the public it is a credible “government-in-waiting”, said Salahuddin.

“We welcome all discussions in the interests of the people and the country. We are looking forward to establish and strengthen our relationships with all government bodies and ministries,” he added.

On another matter, Salahuddin lauded the announcement by Prime Minister Abdullah Ahmad Badawi that he would raise with the cabinet the proposed abolition of the Sabah Federal Development Department (FDD).

Salahuddin also called for the same thing to be considered for the FDD in Kelantan.

Among the criticisms that have been expressed of the FDD system is the incidence of overlapping that have occurred with state development policies.

Salahuddin also said the government should ensure that FDDs are not set up in the other four states ruled by PR, and asked that it respect the “spirit of federalism” that governs the administrative system of the country.

Pig-breeding options

On the controversy over the proposed centralisation of pig-breeding farms in Sepang, Salahuddin called for a public awareness campaign to inform people of the relevant issues connected to it as well as the options available to them.
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The present Selangor government may either ignore the problems related to illegal pig farms as the previous BN-state government did, or ban them altogether as the Singapore government has done, said Salahuddin.

The third option, which the state government has proposed and is aimed at centralising such farms using the latest technologies and management methods as found in German and New Zealand, may well be the best one available, said Salahuddin.

However, all such options and the relevant issues must be presented to the public and their feedback has to be obtained before any decision is made, he said further.

“I’m sure that in the event of a referendum and discussions with the rakyat… the third option will get the agreement of the rakyat,” said Salahuddin.

11 Responses to "Malaysiakini: BN will topple, get ready"

Again we have this problem…the rearing of PIgs…Whats wrong with that?? Ok ..Centralise the Farms.Stop talking and get this things done.
Is the goverment all about rearing of Pigs??? What about cattles? They are actually roaming on the roads.

What about illegal cattles farm??? Can we too centralise cattle farming??

How many accidents are due to avoiding cattles on the road??? If not mistaken there are deaths as well.

The problem is the pollution and JE… and the sensitivity with muslims.. that’s why Selangor State Government go ahead with the plan to centralize all pig farms with a modern facilities and DAP as part of the government agreed and supported it…

The problem is.. all the BN/RTM media use it to attack PR Selangor Government… which is politically motivated.

So.. Selangor State Government should sit and disscuss/explain to the affected area.. and i believe they will understand/agree… except some UMNO/BN members who want to use it as a political issue… Selangor State Government must sue UMNO/RTM medias withput mercy right from now for its slanders….

Brilliant! The rakyat must be made to realize that there is nothing wrong as being claimed by the BN propaganda machine, even by spreading the deceitful language game of “frog-hopping” such as by that Mukhriz idiot in his “Ktemoc” blog, of Anwar & Pakatan takeover of the fed govt right now through genuinely repentent BN who jumps ship! But Pakatan must ensure that PAS must toe the line to the aspirations of both PKR and DAP; of which they’ve been stubbornly defying with ridiculous declarations such as on aspiring irrationally and deceitfully towards forming an Islamic state and harbouring still racial antagonism and religious superiority towards DAP’s leaders and other races.

And this declaration is also good timing especially now that the arrogant Kelantan royalty has come out with the most ridiculous and hateful racist-fascist statement (when would some Malays realize that the words of royalty nor Umno leaders are not words of God??!!) ! This’s the kind of ruler that will ensure the Malays remain backward and racist, instead of forward and progressively modern, as blinded by a deceitful fascist “Ketuanan Melayu” ideology! And what a joke about Malay unity?! These people should read the articles by the true and rare Malay intellectual Dr. Farish Noor! I’m a Malay who found out after being brainwashed for so long under such ideology crap, that there’s no united “Malays” because I actually have no common interest with the fascist, racist, barbaric, primitive and unjust Malays such as in Umno! The “Malay Unity” now is another ideology dreamed up by a so-called Malay NGO (but actually Umno “NGO”!) to keep ordinary Malays enslaved by their greedy and selfish Malay masters!! And these Malay masters should remember, MANY ORDINARY MALAYS ARE NO MORE COWS WITH RINGS IN THEIR NOSES, TO BE PULLED ALL OVER AT THEIR BECKING CALL! THOSE DAYS OF SLAVERY ARE OVER AND WE, ALL THE RAKYAT, NOT JUST MALAYS, NEED TO BE LIBERATED RIGHT NOW FROM THE EVIL FASCIST-RACIST DICTATORSHIP OF UMNO/BN, BY A PAKATAN RAKYAT’S FEDERAL GOVERNMENT! AND THAT’S WHAT I CALL TRUE JUSTICE HAS FINALLY REACHED MALAYSIA! AND THANK GOD FOR THAT!

Noor Aza Othman,
A Rakyat/Malaysian.

Noor Aza Othman well said. You are a TRUE MALAYSIAN who care about all Malaysians.
Let PAKATAN RAKYAT lead us all to an era free of Facism, Racism & where the RAKYAT is the BOSS not the greedy, corrupt ,racist Politicians !
Hidup Keadilan-Pas-Dap ! Hidup Rakyat !

well said noor aza othman i agree 100% with you .u are true blue malaysian, hidup noor aza

The royalty from Kelantan is displaying his ignorance of the constitution when he said that the country is an Islamic country when it is secular. Does he know that the non-malays pay 905 of the taxes and that in turn pays for his upkeep.Is there a law to charge him with sedition?

90% of the taxes

only time will tell

Dear Noor Aza Othman,
Well said and you put it in a good prospective as a Malaysian citizen as a whole. Dear Bloggers let BN andTheir cronies go for the cheap publicity. The ex Selangor MB is not man enough to admit that he was part of the Pig Farming plan. It’s good though that this type of Clown MB’s have been eradicated by the recent PRU. This is the moment , that we stand united and support Pakatan Rakyat 150%.

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