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YOURSAY | ‘The opposition should form a new coalition consisting of parties that are not tainted.’
Opposition parties gang up on PKR, refuse to work with 'kleptocrats'
Another Clown: Many people would like to see PKR leader Anwar Ibrahim successfully court Umno Team 1 - Umno president Ahmad Zahid Hamidi's team. That will, however, spell Anwar’s demise sooner than we expect.
But what will then be the possible scenarios in the 15th general election (GE15)?
1. PKR-Umno Team 1 form a working partnership. They are bent on fighting Perikatan Nasional (PN). Some PKR representatives have said they will not jump ship but a PKR-Umno Team 1 partnership may be sufficient premise for them to change their minds. These PKR representatives will find this partnership repulsive and may hop off to some other party.
2. If the voices of these five key opposition leaders - Salahuddin Ayub (Amanah deputy president), Mohd Azis Jamman (Warisan Youth chief), Liew Chin Tong (DAP central committee member), Syed Saddiq Syed Abdul Rahman (Malaysian United Democratic Alliance pro tem leader) and Baru Bian (Parti Sarawak Bersatu member) - mean anything, Harapan will then disband. Amanah and DAP are likely to stick together and to their values and principles. Throw in some in Warisan and Pejuang, etc, and that's all they will have.
3. DAP may see some attrition. Remember the Perak DAP leaders who do not discount the possibility of working with Umno? Perak DAP chair Nga Kor Ming and his people may go against the wishes of the party’s national leadership, and Anwar can hope that some DAP representatives would make up for the PKR numbers that slip out. But this is still insufficient to form the government.
4. Bersatu-PAS-Umno Team 2 continues with their PN partnership. Despite the complaints against Bersatu, the Umno Team 2 has to find an anchor. So, with support of the Sarawakians, the PN partnership is most likely to continue as the ruling coalition.
Don't take my word for it. My take is only based on the look of things this far. And right now, even Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin has no confidence that the wind is blowing favourably in his direction. His dreams may come true only if Anwar does a good job blowing the wind his way.
Manjit Bhatia: This is the right thing for the opposition parties to do - reject the lame opposition leader Anwar's spurious tactics of forever claiming, falsely or otherwise, that he has the numbers to take power from PN by sleeping with the enemy - Umno racists and bigots. Anwar has become desperately unscrupulous.
In opposing this, ipso facto, they are also rejecting Anwar. In my book, Anwar, already long in the tooth like former premier Dr Mahathir Mohamad and current premier Muhyiddin Yassin, should retire.
If Anwar stays as head of PKR, PKR is dead in the water. Anwar is not the right person to lead PKR out of its ever-growing morass and deepening crisis - both of which are the making of Anwar.