Anwar Promised DAP & AMANAH To Finished Muhyiddin Government With Najib-Zahid UMNO Camp SD On December 15 2020

Amanah Bukit Bintang Youth Chief Sheikh Khuzaifah Bawazeer has spilled the tea on Twitter regarding what happened yesterday within PH, saying the many cover ups had made fools out of party members and voters.

He listed out 6 facts, verified by a Youth member of another PH component party, which contradicts the statement made by Opposition Leader Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim after the Budget 2021 vote which proved disastrous for the Opposition.

Anwar had said that the Opposition did not want to oppose the budget because there were some parts of it that they agreed with and would instead spend the next two weeks fighting it at the Committee level.

“Fact 1: This was never about the budget. We were promised that after the attempt to present the SDs (Statutory Declarations) had failed, the PN government would be toppled through the budget vote,” wrote Sheikh Khuzaifah.

His next fact was that this was because if PH Plus took over, they would table their own budget.

So the question of accepting some, rejecting aid for the rakyat, and others did not arise at all. THE NEW GOVERNMENT WOULD TABLE A NEW BUDGET. — Amanah Bukit Bintang Youth Chief Sheikh Khuzaifah Bawazeer

Next, Sheij Khuzaifah said that in a meeting on November 24th, it was unanimously agreed that they would reject the budget as a show of no confidence against the PN government.

PH was promised that the numbers in the letters given to the YDPA (Yang diPertuan Agong) were still valid. Still strong, formidable and convincing. — Amanah Bukit Bintang Youth Chief Sheikh Khuzaifah Bawazeer

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Fact 4 was that Anwar told the MPs not to support a bloc vote after Datuk Mahfuz Omar (Pokok Sena-Amanah) had called for it.

“Kota Raja (Mohamad Sabu) and Pulai (Datuk Seri Salahuddin Ayub) had already stood up but were forced to sit back down. Other AMANAH MPs could not be stopped from standing.

“Kota Raja and Pulai threw a fit in the PH meeting afterwards. The Opposition Leader had again thrown his friends under the bus. The same as when he decided to negotiate with the group of pirates,” he wrote, possibly referring to former Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak’s camp.

He (Anwar) can only say, “Don’t worry. I have the SDs. (Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin) is finished.” — Amanah Bukit Bintang Youth Chief Sheikh Khuzaifah Bawazeer

Furthermore, Sheikh Khuzaifah claims that after Anwar could not give a satisfactory explanation, he agreed that if the PN government could not be toppled within 7 days, he would resign as PH chairman and Opposition leader.

Finally, Sheikh Khuzaifah said that after they had agreed to wait 7 days, the discussion turned to how to explain this to party members and the narrative that was agreed upon was to only reject part of the budget, fight at the committee level, and not reject policies for the rakyat.

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Opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim today said he told Pakatan Harapan MPs to allow Budget 2021 to pass the first vote, but to mount a fight in the coming committee stage debate on Monday.

He said while the finance minister had conceded to “some” demands made by PH, the opposition coalition was leaning towards rejecting the budget.

Anwar said the opposition’s nod for the passage at the policy stage was to allow salaries for the civil service, allowances and other payments to be made.

“While some decisions made by the finance minister appear to answer some of our demands, we can’t reject it strongly, so I told our friends to agree with the first round.

“This is the first round, the detailed committee stage debate is on Monday,” he told a press conference at Parliament today.

He added that they would likely ask for bloc voting then.

He said Dec 15 was the “ultimate date” when the fate of the budget would be decided.

Source : FMT

Anwar gave last-minute memo to PH MPs after Najib backed out of budget threat

A last-minute instruction by opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim to his Pakatan Harapan (PH) comrades saw MPs from PKR and DAP sitting out a call for a bloc vote on the 2021 budget, which was easily passed by voice vote.

A PKR insider told MalaysiaNow that the task of spreading the message was given to the party’s chief whip Johari Abdul, the Sungai Petani MP.

“The message made the rounds in the House by word of mouth. Unfortunately, not everyone received it in time,” the source said.

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It is learnt that Anwar’s instruction to the MPs was due to former prime minister Najib Razak backing out of his threat to scuttle the budget.

Anwar however later told reporters that the decision to avoid a bloc vote was not due to a lack of numbers on his side.

He also accused the Dewan Rakyat speaker Azhar Harun of being “blatantly biased”, saying MPs were not given the opportunity to air their views during Finance Minister Tengku Zafrul Aziz’s winding-up speech.

During the budget debate which took place over the past two weeks, Najib had echoed Anwar in saying that his vote would be contingent on several amendments to the budget.

“The message made the rounds in the House by word of mouth. Unfortunately, not everyone received it in time.”

There was also speculation that Najib and at least four MPs from Umno would break ranks with their colleagues to vote against the budget.

After Zafrul’s speech today, Azhar urged MPs who wanted a bloc vote to stand up.

Only 13 did so, two MPs short of the minimum 15 needed for a bloc vote to take place.

Source : Malaysia Now

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