Anyway, what is important now is that the former PM has resigned because he thinks that Abdullah should resign from his post. He is now saying that he rules and he was 'forced' to resign in order to help UMNO and BN to regain the standing which they had during the last general election. Does this means that he is protesting in silent? I really hope that the situation will die down. It is not easy for Tun to resign from UMNO as he has mentioned but the question is whether he will be able to influence others to follow suit? We will have to see what will happen in the future.
Friday, 23 May 2008
More Problems for UMNO ( BN )?
For the past few months, we had the information about what the former PM of Malaysia has said. He lashed out of the reason why Datuk Abdullah should resign due to the recent shocking election result. The former PM of Malaysia mentioned the many dissatisfaction which the people are against. One good example will be the rise in fuel prices and the other controlled price goods. Tun Mahathir is stating that with Abdullah as PM, he will only see that BN will lose to the opposition parties in the next general election. Well, the next general election will have to wait because it will take another four years before the next general election to be held. I think there are many changes that the current PM of Malaysia is doing. He is trying to mend the broken pieces which resulted in the recent shocking results.