Will the 400,000 PKR members remember who the real enemies are? Two PKR MPs initiated the move in Selangor to have aduns and aides investigated. Unfortunately
an aide ended dead. Fortunately one MP has leap-frogged out of PKR whilst the other is seeking ascension into the PKR hierarchy!
SO I ASK AGAIN. DOES PKR WANT LEADERS OR RINGLEADERS?
I say PKR needs a leader like Zaid Ibrahim.
Another leader said the same thing. She is none other than Puteri Reformasi, Nurul Izzah.
“PKR is the party of the future,” Nurul said, pointing out that the party did not want “wolves in sheepskins”.
'We need Zaid' she said in Kuching last night. HERE
At a press conference before returning to Kuala Lumpur this morning, Nurul indicated her support for party leader Zaid Ibrahim who is set to face vice-president Azmin Ali for the deputy's post.
“In my speech I was referring to some narrow-minded politicians at national level, who talked about the interests of certain racial groups only,” she said.
Who the PKR members choose as their Deputy President will decide on how the journey into Putrajaya will unfold. PKR cannot afford to back a narrow minded politician. It may even cause the breakup of the coalition.
Possible probability or probable possibility?
I may not have Zaid's ears but I would like to caution that he not burn any bridges. Zaid is aspiring onto an important position. He needs to stress more on the strengths, past, current and future, rather than weaknesses of PKR. When one works on the strengths, it invariably cancels off some of its weaknesses. Focus on your strength and the strength you can bring to strengthen PKR. Leave the weaknesses to detractors.
Think deep about this whilst I get ready to go celebrate Malaysia’s 47th birthday and Anak Bangsa Malaysia’s 1st birthday at Rumah Anak Bangsa Malaysia.