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Saturday, April 26, 2008

An extra component party for PR (Pakatan Rakyat)

Open letter to PKR (Parti Keadilan Rakyat), DAP (Democratic Action Party), PAS (Parti Islam SeMalaysia) and sympathizers:

May I refer to my previous about forming an actual political party to replace PR (Pakatan Rakyat) (click BACK button to get back to this page), the main purpose is to have a well defined Constitution and guidelines which every component party have to adhere to. This is to prevent voters confusion when individual members of different component parties make conflicting statements.

Now there is another good reason for actually forming that political party to replace PR (Pakatan Rakyat) (click BACK button to get back to this page), the possibility of cross-overs from BN (Barisan Nasional). Some of the current component parties of PR or even the members of the parties itself may not be comfortable that. So why not ask those who want to cross over to form their own political party, registered or not. That may come later. Call it BN Baru or something similar. Now no one can object as there will not be any cross-over and no ethical issues. The BN Baru or whatever can become the latest addition to PR.

Please, decision makers of PR, consider or study this suggestion seriously.

2 comments:

Lau Weng San said...

those who disagree with bn and wantto join pr can hold on first.

but they must first resigned from their respective bn component party and become an independent legislator.

Peter said...

Dear Mr. Lau,

There is some urgency in changing the Federal Government. They are placing all kinds of obstacles in the path of the PR controlled states in introducing much needed reforms and doing good for the states' residents. I do not need to list them as anyone keeping track of going-ons in Malaysia will know what I am talking about.

Further, the current Federal government cannot be trusted to introduce much needed reforms at national level. They may introduce cosmetic changes but keep some hidden hands behind them to keep control. Voters in Malaysia are still not matured and may care more about bread and butter issues than crucial national issues. BN may succeed in twarting the PR controlled states and frustrate and punish their residents for voting in PR and the next election you may see them back in power. I can tell from personal experience from conversations with voters in my community.

If BN deny you the funds to help Kampung Tunku residents, you may find yourself voted out the next General Election.


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