For the past few days, I believe some may heard about DS Anwar’s promise to create 2nd Deputy Prime Minister (DPM) post to DAP, in which many believe to attract chinese voters (who clearly reducingly supporting Barisan.. where’s MCA?). Politically, it is a good idea.. having such trying to show how 1Malaysia and Middle Malaysia works…
Let me ask you a couple of questions (especially to DS Anwar’s supporters)…
Politically, if Pakatan in power.. One for Pakatan, One for DAP.. PAS? Will be there 3rd DPM for one more alliance you have?
If you do have a plan to create DPMs for each major political party, how do they work? How do they carry out the responsibilities of currently onely one DPM is needed?
Ethnically, when saying Middle Malaysia with mixing ethnicity… Do we need one DPM each to represent each ethnicity to show no one is superior than others?
Whatever it is, clearly PAS is out of knowledge of such development.. BERNAMA reports:
“I Don’t Know,” Says Hadi Of Anwar’s Promise
DENGKIL, May 30 (Bernama) — PAS president Datuk Seri Abdul Hadi Awang said he was unaware of Parti Keadilan Rakyat (PKR) advisor Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim’s promise to create a second deputy prime minister post for DAP if the opposition pact wins the next general election.
He said the matter, in fact, had never been discussed by the pact leaders.
“I don’t know, (as) we’ve not discussed it. That’s his (Anwar’s) personal opinion,” he said here today after witnessing the ground-breaking ceremony for the RM30 million PAS Complex in Paya Indah, near here.
It was officiated by PAS spiritual leader Datuk Nik Aziz Nik Mat, who is also Kelantan Menteri Besar.
Abdul Hadi was earlier asked by reporters to comment on Anwar’s latest promise as reported by a local Chinese newspaper on May 26.
Meanwhile, PAS vice-president Salahuddin Ayub said on principle, any decision would be made through discussions by the Pakatan Rakyat supreme council members comprising PAS, DAP and PKR leaders.
Asked whether the opposition pact would Anwar as prime minister if they win the 13th general election, Salahuddin said the matter had not been decided on and it would depend on the election result.
“We have not specifically discussed it, but in our spirit of friendship and solidarity, any programme, policy or decision would be discussed first by the Pakatan Rakyat supreme council,” he said.
So, how do PAS really functioning in Pakatan? To break the Bumi votes? Looks “OK” because DAP will try to gain chinese support (clearly they focus on that).. PKR?
How about the Indians? Perhaps Pakatan should capitalize current political situation since DS Sammy seemingly sacking people as he likes as long as he is in power (even though many times saying he will step down).
But.. how about Iban, Kadazan, Dusun? Who are looking after them? Will they need a DPM too?
Question on the street: Drama politik tak habis lagi ke? When political drama, antics and act will end? Someone claimed that Malaysia can be bankrupt by 2019. Can we generate income to the country by having too much politicking acts and antics?