Friday, February 12, 2010

PKR hilang seorang lagi MP

MP BAYAN BARU, Datuk Seri Zahrain Hashim, hari ini mengumumkan kepada media bahawa beliau keluar dari Pakatan Rakyat kerana tidak sehaluan dengan pimpinan Ketua Menteri Pulau Pinang, Lim Guan Eng. Keputusan ini sudah di duga. Malah, sejak beberapa hari lepas khabar angin bahawa MP ini akan berubah angin sudah pun kedengaran. Perbalahan antara Zahrain dan Guan Eng sudah menjadi buah mulut di kalangan rakyat Pulau Pinang, pemerhati politik dan ahli parti. Bebarapa yang lepas, MP Kulim Bandar Baru, Zulkifli Noordin, membayangkan bahawa keadaan dalam PKR semakin kecoh. Apakah ada lagi MP atau ADUN PKR yang akan keluar meninggalkan parti yang membawa mereka ke Dewan Rakyat atau Dewan Undangan Negeri pada tahun 2008? Sama-sama kita tunggu...

9 comments:

Shamsul Yunos said...

Malaysian MP tells Australia to join the human race before criticising others

read this EXCLUSIVE HERE

http://marahku.blogspot.com/2010/02/malaysian-mp-australia-should-join.html

Jahamy said...

Parti Kehilangan Representative?

azmah said...

zul dan zahrain berkata benar dalam soal pepecahan dalaman pkr. sebagai org kuat dan kanan penubuhan pkr kepincangan yg teruk dan tidak dapat diterima oleh dua mp itu hingga mengambil keputusan meluahkan kekalutan parti ke media satu langkah yg bukan dibuat-buat. Malah dtg dari kesedaran. Mahu melihat perpaduan melayu dan kesedaran pkr bukan parti yg solid utk rakyat.

kacapermata said...

bro,
zahrain tu pernah menjadi ketua umno bahagian untuk beberapa penggal. dia memang jenis manusia desperado, apabila tak dapat sesuatu akan keluar parti dan masuk parti lain pula. dia keluar umno dulupun kerana anwar brahim dah menjanjikan sesuatu kepadanya. kita boleh lihat, apabila tak dapat apa yang diidamkan, keluar parti lagi. opportunist besar betul manusia ni.

Anonymous said...

ZUBAIDAH ABU BAKAR
Don't read too much into Pakatan troubles
2010/02/19


The disarray in Pakatan Rakyat may not necessarily translate into rising support for Barisan Nasional, writes ZUBAIDAH ABU BAKAR

PAKATAN Rakyat has lost some momentum. Their leaders are expending a lot of energy on damage control these days, trying to get the ship back on course.

Across the divide, Barisan Nasional supporters sneer at Pakatan leaders struggling to check the declining credibility of the opposition pact.

But there are two issues at hand: one, the problems in Pakatan; the other, of voters returning to BN's fold.

There are fears that Umno's grassroots and some national leaders are getting too carried away with the misfortunes of an opposition front "on the verge of collapse".

According to Mohd Sayuti Omar, a political analyst and author of several books on Malaysian politics, more damage is caused by too much publicity given to disgruntled Pakatan assemblymen.

"The mainstream media is going overboard giving space to these personalities when such publicity will not gain Umno or BN votes," Sayuti says. "In fact, they give an advantage to (opposition leader) Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim."



>>>> 1. Guess who Sayuti Omar is.

2. Is this an attempt to hijack/twist the PM n Shafie's statements and do damage control for PKR?


3. http://www.tintamso.blogspot.com/


p/s hanya ingatan

Anonymous said...

You have to express more your opinion to attract more readers, because just a video or plain text without any personal approach is not that valuable. But it is just form my point of view

Praxis said...

Foundations, leaderships weak. Are the charges of dictatorship without basis? Are the charges of a chameleon of many colors without basis? Are the charges of a marriage of covenience for the sake of personal power without basis?

Najib's ruthless focus on performance and encouraging. Hopefully his patience with the idiots within is by design.

Ramli Mohd Yunus said...

I do hope that BN will not be a garbage collector!

Anonymous said...

These 'kataks' should form a new political party with the biggest 'katak' as party President....they should NEVER ATTEMPT to elect the new President as everybody wants to be the 'ONE'. I leave it to them to name the new political party. But first they must resign as MPs or State Rep as they have no 'right' to hold on to that post as they were voted in as Pakatan candidate not as individuals. Let us see how the party SURVIVES during the PRU 13!