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Sakmongkol ak 47

Sunday, 14 September 2008

run with the hares, hunt with the hounds.

What exactly is Najib doing?

When the power transfer plan was mooted, he agreed wholeheartedly. Of course he did. He was the only beneficiary.

Now, he has second thoughts. When Muhyidin overtook him first by persuading Tun Mahathir to back Tengku Razaleigh and then repeating bold statements, Najib turned white in the face.

He then went to say, perhaps its better for the divisions to endorse the plan. Is this back paddling or what?

What is it that he wants to give to the divisions?

  1. A chance to endorse the original plan?
  2. A chance to actually vote for who they want to be president( him of course).

Whatever it is, he remains the player among players.

But now he re-shuffles. After realising maybe its not a good idea after all to let divisions decide, he reverts to the original ‘done deal’ power transfer.

Well it’s a done deal at your levels only.

Sakmongkol’s view? Do not run with the hares and hunt with the hounds. Not good business.


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