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Monday, May 31, 2010

Anwar buka tawaran jawatan TPM1, TPM2 dan TPM3 jika dia jadi PM

Siapa saja yang mempunyai akal politik yang panjang pasti akan buat seperti Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim. Rugi apa jika ‘jual janji’?

Umpan besarnya yang tentu mengiurkan ialah jawatan Timbalan Perdana Menteri jika pakatan pembangkang dapat tawan Putrajaya dalam pilihanraya umum ke 13.

“Kalau kita menang, kalau ada ruang, apa salahnya, dua tiga timbalan Perdana Menteri. Ada muslim, ada Cina, ada Kristian..ini diputus kemudian”.

Itu katanya di penutup Kongres Nasional PKR di Kota Bharu Ahad.

Hajat Anwar nak memancing mengunakan umpan besar itu bagi menarik sokongan bukan Melayu bukan satu berita baru.

Sebelum ini ia pernah didedahkan oleh bekas rakan karibnya yang juga bekas Ahli Parlimen PKR kawasan Bayan Baru Datuk Seri Zahrain Hashim.

Kata Zahrain Ketua Pembangkang itu bukan sahaja nak melantik pemimpin DAP tetapi dua lagi Timbalan Perdana Menteri yang akan diwakili PAS dan pemimpin sama ada dari Sabah atau Sarawak.

Maka jumlahnya tiga seperti yang Anwar beritahu.

Siapa tahu di depan masyarakat India nanti beliau akan menyebut satu lagi menjadikannya empat Timbalan Perdana Menteri.

Bagi Anwar yang sedang berdepan dengan perbicaraan kes liwat beliau tidak rugi satu sen pun berjanji bulan dan bintang kepada yang naif tentang diri Anwar.

Begitu juga halnya bila menyifatkan hakim yang mengendalikan kes liwatnya sebagai bahalol dan badan kehakiman negara sebagai 'rosak dan punah' .

Anwar peduli apa kalau kenyataan seumpama itu menghina mahkamah atau apa orang Melayu rasa tentang janjinya nak lelong jawatan Timbalan Perdana Menteri.

Presiden Perkasa, Datuk Ibrahim Ali geram habis dengan cara Anwar yang dianggapnya 'buka pintu' habis kepada segala-galanya semata-mata untuk mengejar hajatnya nak jadi Perdana Menteri.

Ahli Parlimen Bebas Pasir Mas itu telah mengunakan bahasa yang 'cukup kasar' terhadap Anwar untuk melepas geramnya semasa berucap di majlis penutup Kongres Ekonomi Bumiputra di PTWC Sabtu malam.

Pokok pangkalnya Anwar peduli apa. He got nothing to lose …lebih-lebih lagi bila bayang bekas coffeboy nya Saiful Bukhari Azlan terus menerus ‘bikin rosak program’nya nak jadi PM.
agendadaily

PAS takut jawatan Timb. Perdana Menteri diberikan kepada DAP jika Anwar jadi PM
Puad, now deputy education minister, said Anwar told him in a convincing fashion that he (Anwar) would inform the Yang di-Pertuan Agong that he had secured letters from 30 MPs pledging their support to Anwar as the new prime minister.

Anwar told Puad that he would go ahead and form the new government on Sept 22, 2008.

Puad was first contacted by PKR’s Saifuddin Nasution Ismail on Sept 15, when he (Puad) was in Taiwan with BN backbenchers.

Saifuddin was hoping to persuade Puad to join Pakatan Rakyat.

Dr Abdul Rahim Ghouse, also acting for Anwar, was next to get to Puad, meeting him at a stall in Batu Pahat three days later. Puad, Saifuddin and Rahim had known each other from the time they were student activists.

Puad said: “At that meeting, Rahim gave me a phone to talk to Anwar. He said he would inform the Yang di-Pertuan Agong that the prime minister then (Tun Abdullah Ahmad Badawi) no longer enjoyed a majority support in Parliament.”

He said during the 30-minute telephone conversation, Anwar did not mention any inducement, beyond pleading with him that his support was needed, as well as that of all Johor MPs.

Anwar told him he was “looking for someone to look after Johor”.

Anwar promised Puad that he would protect the Malay Agenda if he came to power.

I told Anwar that the sultan of Johor would chase me out of the state if I signed the letter of support. However, Anwar told me that apart from the Yang di-Pertuan Agong, the sultans of Perak and Selangor and Raja Perlis were supporting him.”

As promised, Puad performed the Isthiqarah (seeking guidance) prayers and when Rahim called the next day, Puad said he had a dream that he would be selling off “(his) country if (he) signed the letter of support for Anwar”.

“I also mentioned that I was willing to be an opposition MP in the event Pakatan Rakyat did come to power,” said Puad, adding that was the last time anyone from PKR or PR had approached him on that matter.

He did not mention Anwar’s offer to anyone in BN. Asked why Anwar had targeted him, Puad said: “Maybe because I was among those who were critical of former prime minister Tun Abdullah Ahmad Badawi.”

Puad said earlier, former Pas vice president Datuk Husam Musa tried to persuade him to join Pas.

“Husam asked me to join Pas and not PKR so that Pas would have more MPs and could stake a claim for the deputy prime minister’s post, which otherwise would go to DAP.

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