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Tuesday, 15 April 2008

SEMBANG SELASA: PITA POLITIK (7)

Tuesday April 15, 2008
Ongkili: Anwar wants to destabilise Govt
By LOH FOON FONG

PETALING JAYA: PKR adviser Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim has been criticised by Parti Bersatu Sabah (PBS) for continuing to talk about MPs crossing over to Pakatan Rakyat.

PBS deputy president Datuk Dr Maximus Ongkili said Anwar's actions were only intended to destabilise the Government.

“Why does he continue to engage in destabilising the Government by enticing members to cross floors? Not only is this unprincipled but downright dangerous.

“Why doesn’t he let the Government do its job just as Barisan Nasional allows the Opposition state governments to do their work? They should cooperate and let the Government run its show,” he said during his visit to the Meteorological Department here Tuesday.

Ongkili, who is also Science, Technology and Innovation Minister, was asked to comment on Anwar’s statement that Pakatan Rakyat was ready to form the Federal Government and was waiting for the right time and numbers.

On Monday night after a rally to celebrate the end of his ban from active politics at the Sultan Sulaiman Club field, Anwar said Pakatan Rakyat had already secured the number of MPs but wanted to form the Government with a strong majority.

He added that none of the MPs had been bought over.The Star Online, 15 April 08

Comments:
Not surprisingly, Anwar has been mapping Sabah's past political history. Having said that, not only Anwar but his former Boss, Tun Dr. Mahathir also want to see changes to the newly-formed BN government led by Dato' Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi. Anwar has high hopes that the Pakatan Rakyat is now seen as the government-in-waiting, while Mahathir has also high hopes that Abdullah will soon be replaced. The sooner the better. In other wors, both Anwar and Mahathir have one thing in common: To push Abdullah aside into political obscurity.

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