Syed Husin at the PKR (Parti Keadilan Rakyat or People's Justice Party) Congress at Kota Baru described various traitors who betrayed PR (Pakatan Rakyat) and gave the real reasons for them deserting PR but did not name names. Let us reproduce what he said and try to guess who they are. The image below courtesy of Malaysiakini will give you some clues:
Traitor Number 1
"There is one, who was a gambling addict. He would go visit karaoke bars every night, had debts all over town including those with loan sharks. He had also wanted a high position in the state government. He made such a big hue and cry when he didn't get it, until the prime minister's aide called him gave a new party constitution (to set up his own party) to fight (Penang chief minister Lim Guan Eng). He was called to the disciplinary committee and he apologised to me personally. But just one day after that, he leaves the party"
My Guess: Tan Tee Beng, MP for Nibong Tebal.
Traitor number 2
"This man wanted to be the CEO of Kumpulan Darul Ehsan Berhad (KDEB) - an investment arm of the Selangor state government- which comes with a RM120,000 a month in salary. “At that time the Sultan of Selangor did not agree to it, and (the turncoat) became furious with the party and the ketua umum (PKR de facto leader Anwar Ibrahim). He also revealed that Anwar, who is also the Selangor economic adviser, had to arrange for a committee to interview him anyway, but one of the committee member had strong objections. It turns out that this committee member knows this party leader's entire history. (The turncoat) also told me that he was ready to earn only RM1. But he only told me this after his application was rejected by the committee. Why not tell the committee during the interview itself."
My guess: PKR former Secretary-General Sallehuddin Hashim who is not in the picture and also not an elected MP or ADUN.
Traitor number 3
An MP who had defected thought that he could have all the riches in the world as a lawmaker. I knew him, even before he joined the party. At that time, he was already rich with all his logging contracts, but he thought he could be richer as an MP. When he could not get what he had wanted, he started cursing at ketua umum in public. In his anger, it was easy for some to approach him and offer to him. So he left and betrayed the party even more,” said Syed Husin."
My guess: Zahrain Mohd Hashim, MP for Bayan Baru.