Wednesday, 24 September 2014
MB Azmin Ali, You are Supposed to . Reward Loyalty, and Penalise Treachery, Bad Behavior and Cowardice of ADUNs
PAS's Khalid Samad Does NOT Want Azmin Ali to Offer the two PAS ADUNs positions in the new Exco line up.
Why ? It might worsen ties between PAS, PKR and DAP?
WE ASK Khalid Samad:
1.Who ACTUALLY worsened the ties between PAS and PKR/DAP? The 2 PAS ADUNs ??
2. And why should the two PAS ADUNs pay the price for the sins and bad behaviour of the PAS leadership and the cowardice of the other 13 PAS ADUNs?
Right now, as far as Pakatan VOTERS are concerned, PAS under Hadi Awang has no moral standing in the Pakatan Coalition, let alone makinf demands.
Incidentally all those PAKATAN ADUNs, including the new Selangor MB are where they are BECAUSE of Pakatan VOTERS, not because of the royal palace, not because of PAS or PKR or DAP. PERIOD.
KHALID SAMAD, YOU ARE DEAD WRONG!
Azmin Ali should the right thing instead of trying to appease the BAD BEHAVIOUR of the PAS leadership.
In the minds of PAKATAN VOTERS, the relationship between PAS and PKR and DAP had hit rock bottom already.
TO SELANGOR MB AZMIN ALI
AZMIN ALI must learn one thing in politics, if he hasn't learnt it yet: YOU MUST REWARD LOYALTY, AND YOU DON'T REWARD BAD BEHAVIOUR AND COWARDICE, LEAST OF ALL TREACHERY.
PAS ADUNs SAARI SUNGIB of Hulu Kelang and HASNUL BAHARUDDIN of Morib exhibit TRUE LOYALTY to the Pakatan cause for a Better Malaysia, and PURE COURAGE.
They should not be penalised for that just to satisfy the greed for power and influence of the treacherous PAS LEADERSHIP
PAS Shah Alam MP Khalid Samad ) said appointing Hulu Klang and Morib lawmakers Saari Sungib and Hasnul Baharuddin as exco members could worsen ties between PAS, PKR and the DAP.
Khalid Samad said that in a bid to preserve its relations with Pakatan Rakyat (PR) allies, PAS is keeping its two Selangor representatives who went against the party’s stand in the recent mentri besar crisis out of the state executive council (exco).
Khalid Samad said appointing Hulu Klang and Morib lawmakers Saari Sungib and Hasnul Baharuddin as exco members could worsen ties between PAS, PKR and the DAP.
“Even if they are chosen (by the new Mentri Besar) they will not be appointed because this would create the impression that they are getting the job because of their support instead of their abilities,” the Shah Alam MP told a press conference here.
“And this would create uneasiness. I believe they too understand the situation,” he added.
Saari and Hasnul had both signed statutory declarations supporting PKR’s nomination of its president Datuk Seri Dr Wan Azizah to replace Tan Sri Abdul Khalid Ibrahim, days before the PAS central leadership was to meet and deliberate on the issue.
The move prompted many PAS members to censure the duo, with some calling for their sacking.
But Khalid again defended Saari and Hasnul today, saying their conducts were not meant to hurt the party but to save PR instead.
“They had their reasons, which were crucial in denying Khalid the majority,” he said.
The Shah Alam MP also said he is convinced that both Saari and Hasnul intend to make amends now that the crisis has ended, noting that they would likely prove this by refusing the exco posts should they be picked.
“I am convinced that even if Azmin (Ali) would offer them the posts, they would know the implication of accepting it,” he said, adding that consultation with the central leadership was needed before any decision was made should the two be offered the posts.
Azmin’s swearing-in as the new MB yesterday had officially put an end to the months-long political crisis that had pitted PAS against its allies PKR and the DAP.
Earlier today Azmin, who is deputy president of PKR, said a fresh line-up of state executive councillors will be installed by Friday, and that discussions about the line-up were still ongoing and a decision on the final list of councillors will be made by tomorrow.
Upon swearing into office, Azmin also said that repairing ties in PR would be a top priority.
At the moment, however, PAS president Datuk Abdul Hadi Awang has not shown any indication that the party was ready to sit and talk with its partners.
During the party’s highly charged muktamar last week, Abdul Hadi blasted his critics and suggested that disloyalty among its ranks was threatening to split PAS, in a statement seemingly alluding to leaders seen close to PKR and the DAP.
Abdul Hadi’s aggressive speech had also sparked doubts over PAS’s sincerity in wanting to mend ties with its allies.
But PAS leaders like deputy president Mohammad Sabu have given their assurance that the party would remain committed to PR.
Posted by Malaysian Unplug at 20:20:00