Who is next PM?
The Sarawak United Peoples’ Party Stakan Branch has questioned whether the DAP will continue to support position of Datuk Anwar Ibrahim to take over as prime minister.
Stakan SUPP branch chairman, Sim Kiang Chiok said a few days ago, the Party Bumi Bersatu council member Tan Sri Rais Yatim, threw a shocking news that Prime Minister Tun Mahathir’s successor is the Minister of Economic Affairs Datuk Seri Azmin and PH did not have any black and white to agree that Anwar will be the successor.
In addition, Mahathir has changed his stand on his tenure as PM from the previous two years to three years.
“Isn’t it embarrassing that the DAP has not made any statements and response to Rais Yatim’s remarks so far. If Rias Yatim’s words are unfounded or not accurate, DAP should make their criticism and corrections .
However, the DAP and other members of the PH coalition have been quiet and said nothing , which can be construed that Rais Yatim’s statement is true, that is, Anwar’s succession as prime minister’s plan has being changed.
Of course, another possibility reason that the DAP is keeping quiet is that it does not dare to offend the leader of the Party Bumi Bersatu and any action made by any leader of this party, and the DAP has turned a blind eye. After all, Mahathir is the head of Party Bumi, PH and also the PM, so DAP have to look at Mahathir’s face and that they dare not to offend him.” he said.
Sim wonders if the Chairman of the Sarawak PH who is also Chairman of the Sarawak DAP, will express his views to the people whether they continue to support Anwar in taking over the prime minister in 2 years. If so, he should condemn and criticize Rias Yatim’s remarks.
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