Monday, November 19, 2012

Malaysia’s next PM: Will he be Anwar or Hadi ?

Can the opposition ride Anwar to finish line, establishing him as the next PM? This is the question that bedeviling Paktan Rakyat in continuing effort to bring down the ruling government Barisan Nasional.

                   Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak

Undeniably, withholding the political fixed stand especially among the opposition parties would be the platform and frame of reference to capture Putrajaya in the upcoming 13th general election.

                            Dato' Seri Anwar Ibrahim

Interestingly, the DAP reminded the public that Dato' Seri Anwar Ibrahim is the opposition pact’s choice to be the next leader of the country despite a push by PAS delegates at the  PAS's 58th Annual General Assembly last week for Datuk Seri Abdul Hadi Awang to be the next PM.

                     Datuk Seri Abdul Hadi Awang

It is obvious that the under current manage to undermine the opposition by creating the push by PAS for their president to be the next PM. The differences arise between these two parties created affect the harmony relationship in opposition camp although they have different ideologies.

Politically, PAS will never abandon their ultimate goal of implementing hudud law and turn Malaysia as the Islamic country whereas DAP consistently oppose to hudud law, withstanding that Malaysia is the secular state with Islam as official religion as that is no different from the first three Prime Ministers Tunku Abdul Rahman, Tun Razak and Hussein Onn.  

The DAP’s co-operation with PAS under Pakatan Rakyat, as explain by DAP, is principled in not just agreeing to disagree on hudud but also for any future Federal government is not about implementing an Islamic state or hudud. It is clearly spelt out in the common policy signed by all 3 parties in PR which makes no mention of an Islamic state or of implementing hudud.

The hypnotically situation, according to analyst, illustrated both DAP and PAS oppose each other and neither can come across the principle differences that clearly shown by PAS’s 58th Annual Mukamar (General Assembly). PAS needed to explain convincingly to the non-Muslim its extremist approach as seen by non-Muslim to implement hudud besides not withholding the common policy signed earlier.

The strategic sign evaluation, however, concluded that the opposition alliance would not be able to capture Putrajaya in the upcoming 13th general election as they do not have a fixed stand on common policy signed and who is the most eligible to be the country’s number one leader. 

In return, the critical sign suggests the most qualified next prime minister still none other than the current prime minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak.

Finally, the most critical question remains: what are the most important qualities Malaysian should consider when electing the government?

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