Thursday, 10 July 2008

Pakatan plans no-confidence move

Malaysiakini today reported that opposition Pakatan Rakyat coalition has planned to move a motion of no-confidence against Prime Minister Abdullah Ahmad Badawi.

However, the statement issued by the office of Opposition Leader Datin Seri Wan Azizah Wan Ismail did not state under which Standing Order the motion would be submitted. (read here)

A press conference on the matter will be called at the Parliament lobby.

4 comments:

Moon Warden said...

this is really sudden..a revival? this and SAPP's sudden going stern that they WILL move the motion at the right time..really this SAPP..it's either the ppl support Pak Lah or they don't, the whole when the right time comes is just bullocks. Don't claim to represent the ppl now when u're just seeking to further ur own interest

wisdomthinker said...

hello mommy,

Isn't this a coincidence? After SAPP had postponed their attempt of filing motion of no-confidence against AAB, the PKR finally continue the actions.

Why do I get the feeling that SAPP initial action is triggered by PKR? Is this some sort of plan towards tumbling the federal government?

Is this because of Anwar's is getting desperate to become the PM, which is stated by them before september 16.

The instability politics in the country is getting hype.

Keyboard&Mouse said...

Another attempt to tarnish the image of Pak Lah.
The PR is becoming more and more desperate to fulfill Anwar's so-called prophecy to become the next PM.
and now, Wan Azizah is planning the same move by SAPP. Guess how many will lend their support on this.
Your guess is as good as mine.

Anonymous said...

i have a feeling this motion is a bit late now and may just fizzle out without much of an impact..should have been carried out when the issue was first raised and the PM's position itself was being questioned by UMNO...still, it's better late than never.