Regional Correspondent from Singapore Straits Times Teo Cheng Wee reported that Opposition is undismayed without presenting their ‘shadow Cabinet’.
Opposition is sure that would become Prime Minister should PR win in the next election.
1. Opposition has been avoiding the question of ‘shadow Cabinet.’ Before 2008 general election, Opposition took it as irrelevant issue, but now they felt pressurized to disclose their likely line-up of ministers.
2. PR so far resolves to disregard the challenge mooted by PM D S Najib, for several reasons:
· Risky exposition for PR: PR dreads that the nominated leaders may get exposed owing to their faults and weaknesses.
· Whether non-Malays will be given key ministers.
· Political Ooi Kee Beng expressed his awareness that without proper handling of unveiling the line-up ministers, it would cause PR under strain for loosing their votes.
3. TCW brings up a point by Umno-controlled newspaper that:
· There is a lack of consensus and confidence in exposing their power sharing.
· PAS and DAP are always at loggerheads on issues of hudud.
DAP strategist Liew Chin Tong reiterates that Opposition abhorred BN to set rules for them.
‘Shadow Cabinet’ is irrelevant, for it would not affect their support.
Singapore Straits Times’ Teo Cheng Wee seems to be lacking courage to dig out for more information from Oppositions’ top leaders. But he craves to sow the seed of courage when PKR leader's name is mentioned.
Definitely BN supporters are tired, morose, and weary of the sour news on the treacherous and notorious PKR leader Anwar Ibrahim.
It is high time that this personality called ‘the snake in Eden ’ must be squashed off the tennis court in the coming election.