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Can Agong rejects Najib as a new PM?

Najib not right man for PM, says Zaid
18 Mar 09 : 4.44PM

By Datuk Zaid Ibrahim editor@thenutgraph.com

THE following is an excerpt of a speech by Datuk Zaid Ibrahim delivered at a weekly luncheon meeting of the Rotary Club of Kuala Lumpur DiRaja at the Shangri-La Hotel in Kuala Lumpur on 18 March 2009.

GIVEN the times we live in, perhaps it might be appropriate for me to speak about the leadership transition that has been foisted upon us Malaysians. I say foisted because neither [I] nor anyone in this room had any role or say in the choice of the person who will lead Malaysia next. We were mere bystanders in a political chess game.

And yet the transition is a subject of great consequence to the nation, one I would say is of great national interest. Leadership is definitive; the individual that assumes the mantle of leadership of this nation, whomever that may be, is one who for better or worse will leave his [or her] mark on us. His [or hers] will be the hand who guides us to greater success, or possibly gut-wrenching disaster.

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IF Agong rejects Najib as a new PM althought he gets the majoriry support in the parliament, then I will say Najib reserves for it for his role in toppling Perak PR government and countless scandals.

Malaysia will be in disaster if a Malay extreme takes charge of this multi-racial country.

How about PR nominates Muhyiddin Yassin, my kampong MP as a new PM? I think PR and some BN MPs will support the motion to get him a thin majoriry. 🙂

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