dah masuk 4 artikel ST pasal kabinet bayangan pakatan.
straits times singapura begitu 'push' anwar untuk nyatakan kabinet bayangan.kerana apa ?
kerana dorang nak anwar confirm kan memang terdapat DAP dalam pimpinan tertinggi.
lagi satu pasal dorang ni tak percaya kat anwar.
depan cakap lain belakang buat lain.
jadi melalui straits times singapura, sekali lagi anwar didesak untuk nyatakan senarai kabinet.
MEREKA NAK TAHU DAP DI MANA ?
bukan setakat itu. mereka sebenarnya nak ikat anwar awal-awal, supaya tak menipu di kemudian hari.
Singapore Straits Times undermined PM Najib’s claim for the ‘shadow Cabinet’ from Opposition.
Salim Osman reasoned out why Anwar did not fulfill his promise of shadow Cabinet.
1. Anwar formed a shadow Cabinet before 2008 general election.
2. He repeated his promise in 2010, last year and in January this year. However, he failed to announce his shadow Cabinet line-up, which will be led by him as the prime minister in PR government.
He explained that Malaysia is not a suitable country as compared to Britain and Australia .
3. Anwar received a challenge from PM DS Najib that he should do as demanded by BN. According to the article,
· The Opposition party were not in favour of revealing the shadow Cabinet to the public as these would invite more problems and risks.
· It was a delicate matter to reach a consensus on power- sharing formula among the DAP,PAS and PKR.
At this juncture, Salim favoured Opposition party.
4. He wrote that DAP and PAS blamed Utusan Malaysia for fabricating the distributions of Cabinet ministers, (PKR 13 seats, DAP 10 seats and 8 for PAS).
5. He further stated that Utusan Malaysia had rippled a racial sentiment in their political findings.
· BN warned that Malay electorate would lose political power should Opposition took over Putrajaya with too many non-Malays given important portfolios like finance, trade, industry and defence. This could lead to the mistrust of opposition voters, as Anwar would be branded as a traitor for pawning out his race.
· PAS would be accused of being a puppet to the ‘infidels’.
· Anwar would definitely become the Prime Minister, since no other candidate can contest for it.
7. Currently, DAP has been pushing for an investigation targeting at former PM Mahathir Mohamad, when Anwar was then the Finance Minister at that time. The case of scandal involved the loss of RM 30 billion of Bank Negara’s reserves through foreign exchange speculation in 1994.
8. He doubted there would be a potential problem in the Cabinet line-up if investigation found out that Anwar got entangled in this scandal case. That was why PR had to avoid disclosing the issue of shadow Cabinet to the public.
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Didn’t Salim realize that he had not produced sufficient arguments to justify his prediction that PR would gain a victory in the next general election?