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Zuraida Kamaruddin To Block Anwar From Becoming PM – 15 PKR Members of Parliament Are Prepared To Leave

Zuraida Kamaruddin told her people that 15 PKR Members of Parliament are prepared to leave the party to start a new party. Mahathir’s people are also saying the same thing. So the stories check.
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Raja Petra Kamarudin

Pakatan Harapan says the promise made by PKR and DAP that the price of petrol would be reduced to RM1.50 the very next day after the new government is formed was made by Pakatan Rakyat and not Pakatan Harapan. Hence Pakatan Harapan is not obliged to keep that promise.

Whether that is true or not, or just an excuse to not keep their promise, is not important. What is important is that if Pakatan Rakyat’s promises are Pakatan Rakyat’s promises and Pakatan Harapan need not honour them, then the new coalition, say, Pakatan Nasional, also need not honour any of Pakatan Harapan’s promises.

The succession plan whereby Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad would sit as Prime Minister until May 2020 after which Anwar Ibrahim will take over as Prime Minister was a Pakatan Harapan promise. If Pakatan Harapan is replaced with, say, Pakatan Nasional, then that promise no longer exists.

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Zuraida is going all out to push Anwar into a corner
Zuraida Kamaruddin told her people that 15 PKR Members of Parliament are prepared to leave the party to start a new party. Mahathir’s people are also saying the same thing. So the stories check.

If a new PKR party is formed, there is a possibility that a new coalition will also be formed. And if this new coalition can get enough seats in Parliament, then Pakatan Harapan will be replaced with this new coalition, say, Pakatan Nasional.

Pakatan Nasional never promised that Anwar would be made Prime Minister by May 2020. That was Pakatan Harapan’s promise. So, just like the “price of petrol will be reduced to RM1.50 by 10th May 2018” promise, the “Anwar will be Prime Minister by 9th May 2020” promise also need not be kept.

Source : Malaysia Today

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