Agong: Anwar tidak senarai nama MP yang sokongnya.
Anwar Ibrahim is probably fomenting GREAT CHAOS, perhaps knows that he won’t be PM whether before or after GE15.
Anwar allegedly said there will be riots if he doesn’t become PM.
He’s only interested in making sure that PKR doesn’t lose any more lawmakers.
In that case, he’s either delusional or mentally ill.
Palace: Anwar did not furnish names of MPs to back his claim.
Alternatively, if Anwar took his cue from 1 Mar 2020 and submitted documents signed by party leaders, the Istana is not saying anything.
Instead, the Istana said Anwar did not submit the names of MPs supporting him. Obviously, the MPs supporting Anwar are those with the said party leaders.
Earlier, before Mar 1, the Agong interviewed 222 MPs — Nazri was reportedly overseas — but could not find a name for PM-designate.
Then, the Agong fell back on the party leaders and asked them to name the PM-designate.
That’s how Abah Moo Rotan became the backdoor PM.
Although party leaders may support Anwar, their MPs may stick with Moo given the power of incumbency. Before Mar 1, there was no gov’t after Mahathir resigned. The Agong found the MPs divided. So, he fell back on the party leaders to pick the PM-designate.
Given the fact that there’s a gov’t in place, the Agong is likely to look to the MPs to gauge the level of support for Anwar or whether the Moo gov’t has fallen.
Backdoor PM Abah Moo Rotan holding MPs by their YouKnowWhat, Agong may find Anwar does not have the numbers.
Minority gov’t is an idea whose time has come.
Minority gov’t is lawful, Malaysians should accept the concept.
Parliament is the PROPER FORUM.
The true test of confidence is the passage of gov’t Bills in Parliament.
There’s no race and religion in Parliament.
Anwar Ibrahim is lying by harping on Malay-Islamic-Bumiputera gov’t . . .
Only Orang Asal and Orang Asli are Bumiputera.
The so-called Malays in Malaya are pendatang who came thousands of years after the first Indians and Chinese. The Definition of Malay in Article 160(2) is not race but a form of identity. There’s case law on this.
Many people feel Anwar can be cited for contempt of the Agong, Parliament and the Constitution for allegedly trying to make use of the Agong to discourage 15 PKR MPs from purportedly defecting to backdoor PM Abah Moo Rotan’s Bersatu where the TRAITOR Azmin Ali is waiting like a crocodile.
Again, Anwar didn’t furnish the Agong with his so-called List of MPs supporting him. He may have wanted to avoid being cited for contempt.
He may have also wanted to avoid problems with the police who want to interview him on his so-called List.
The Agong may have told him off during the 25-minute meeting when he advised him to comply with the Constitution.
The picture of them together shows an unsmiling Agong.
Anwar probably planned to provide “proof” that backdoor PM Abah Moo does not have even simple majority.
If so, Anwar clearly abused his position as Opposition Leader to get an Appointment with Agong on his so-called List.
No court will go against the Agong, whether he remains above the fray or otherwise.
Some things may be beyond law, Constitution, court and common sense.
I want to vomit when I hear every Ahmad, Maimunah and Puteh pontificating sanctimoniously on law and the Constitution. These people should be institutionalised for life to keep the public from harm.
They don’t mention conventions.
Backdoor PM Abah Moo Rotan will not concede loss of confidence in Parliament.
If I was Agong, I will remain above the fray.
No court will go against Agong if he does not interview party leaders on Anwar’s so-called List.
Anwar’s “documents” reportedly don’t have thumb prints, as required by the Stephen Kalong Ningkan case law.
I am not interested in who becomes PM.
I am only interested in who will comply with the Seven Pledges I drew up.
I also have a 50-Point List for Youth on the Way Forward.
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