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Tuesday, 11 February 2014

Kalaulah "Big Boss" tanding di Penang, DAP rela tak lepas kerusi KMnya?......ini soalan yang tak ngaji politik

'Big boss" kata dia bertanding di Selangor kerana nak menggunakan Selangor sebagai model bagi membuktikan kepimpinannya.

Agak-agaknya kalaulah "Big boss" bertanding di DUN Pulau Pinang dan mintak jadi Ketua Menteri ada kemungkinan Lim Guan Eng rela melepasnya atas dasar setiakawan tak?

Kalaulah nak tunjukkan style pimpinannya, Pulau Pinang lagi berada dalam alam 'reality'nya kerana disitu kaum cina lagi dominan, maka "big boss" yang terkenal sebagai pimpinan sukaan ramai lagi bertaraf "world class" akan berjaya menyakinkan negeri-negeri seperti Sabah, Sarawak, Perak, Negeri Sembilan, Melaka.

Kenapa mesti dengan Selangor? Maka pakar strateginya menjawab oh kerana Selangor akan jatuh ke tangan Umno dan Selangor adalah 'gateway' ke Putrajaya.

Kita menghormati keazaman yang tinggi "big boss" tetapi dia kenalahdapat membezakan di antara cita-cita peribadi dengan cita-cita Pakatan Rakyat. 

Adakah "cita-cita" yang tinggi lagi tulus ini pernah dibincangkan dalam Pakatan Rakyat?

Ikuti temuramah dengan beliau DI SINI .

al-brangionline :

Kalau DAP rela lepas kerusi Ketua Menterinya......aku akan tabik spring. [sumber .]
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Anwar Ibrahim's new strategy for Malaysia's top job

Updated Fri 7 Feb 2014, 6:50am AEDT
Malaysian Opposition Leader Anwar Ibrahim has revealed his latest strategy to make it to his country's top office.
Mr Anwar has told Australia Network's Newslineprogram he is in talks to take over the post of chief minister of the state of Selangor.
He says his plan is to use Selangor as a model to prove that his leadership and policies would work for all of Malaysia.
"This is our launch pad," he said.
"This is the richest state, the most effective state, the most popular state and we will showcase how we run through good governance and transparent governance."
The current chief minister of Selangor is the People's Justice Party's (PKR) Abdul Khalid Ibrahim.
The PKR is led by Mr Anwar.
Mr Anwar says discussions about a change in leadership have begun.
"There is that possibility being considered now," he said.
"We do not discount the possibility of a change of guard."
Mr Anwar says one option would be for Mr Khalid to shift into a role as an economic adviser.
Mr Anwar led the opposition to Malaysia's general election in May last year and told Newsline in the lead-up that he would step down from politics if his coalition lost.
Despite a strong showing, his coalition was defeated.

Change of plans

But Mr Anwar now says changing circumstances in Malaysia, including economic and racial problems, have forced him to act.
"I think that compels us to take some drastic measures, including to fortify the state of Selangor as a base for us to challenge the regime," he said.
"We need to put a stop to this race card.
"(But) the thrust of our campaign is still economic policies."
Mr Anwar is contesting the state seat of Kajang in Selangor, where a by-election will be held on March 23.
It's the first step ahead of Mr Anwar's expected bid for the Selangor chief minister post.
The next general election in Malaysia is due in the first half 2018 at the latest.