The Sunday Times reported:
The government is unlikely to call for a general election anytime soon, said Deputy Umno Youth chief Khairy Jamaluddin, (note: Khairy Jamaluddin is a non-Parliamentarian and the son-in-law of the Prime Minister. )
He said various factors had to be taken into account, not just the current strong economic situation."Other factors such as politics, the country’s development and issues outside the party have also to be considered," Khairy said yesterday.
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"... Malaysians can be rest assured, there will be no elections anytime soon.
It is confirmed by none other than the great son-in-law of the great leader himself.
I wonder whether the son-in-law was advised to say so by the country's editor-in-chief, the ex-mullah from Kroh (now Pengkalan Hulu) .
The son-in-law was quoted by the media as saying that the Government, yes the Government, is unlikely to call for a general election anytime soon.
- On what capacity is the Son-in-Law speaking on behalf of the Government?
- Is he a member of the Administration?
- Umno Youth is NOT the Government, so can the Deputy Umno Youth chief issued statements, verbally or in print, to the media on behalf of the Government?
- WHO is in charge of the Government?
- What is the status of the Cabinet so much so that a non-member can freely speak on behalf of the Government on such an important issue like the general elections?
It is a mockery of democracy."