while having my local black coffee "Hang Tuah"...with local hard "benggali" biscuit after dinner... this is my personal observation and analysis of the local political landscape... what been said in the main stream media and what is not is the most important of all is to unspin the spinner...
Seems that this principle holds true in politics as well, in a place where we least expect it.
PKR is all about transparency, accountability and the rule of law. Chest thumping believers of the democratic process. See? We changed our constitution to allow for direct elections in our party! We are walking the talk.
I wouldn't blame you if all the things i'd described was something we'd expect to see from an UMNO election, or even our nation's general elections past present and future. But this is all coming from our champion of a "better Malaysia" -- PKR. The political home of the de facto leader of the Opposition of Malaysia, Anwar Ibrahim. What a freaking mess. Surely, the watching public expected better.
It's easy to say PM Najib is a "talk a lot, do nothing" leader. Well, i say, put the shoe on the other foot, and all we hear is deafening silence from Anwar Ibrahim as well. Anwar is a great statesman, able to go toe-to-toe with the great thinkers of the world. But his influence upon his own party seems so subtle, we may be mistaken to think that it doesn't exist at all.
Back to Nurul Izzah. I care for this young woman, she has some amazing qualities, and that's why i come to her defence.
RPK reported that she received two additional nominations on Monday, after the "deadline" for nominations had lapsed. The problem here is that it seems no one knew that Sunday was the deadline. No memo, no circular, certainly nothing was heard in the Press or around the blogs. That smells suspiciously fishy, almost as though the goalposts have been moved.
The fact that she did receive the necessary nominations albeit late according to the PKR EC, reveals that the divisions had intention to put her up as their candidate; if they were cognizant of the mystery deadline, you would think that they would have declared their nominations earlier. If they had decided to remain silent all along, then why bother saying anything on Monday, knowing that the deadline had already passed?
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