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Signs Najib needs to hire new PR people:

PEKAN, May 10 – Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak says the Barisan Nasional (BN) government is willing to cooperate with the opposition parties to resolve the political crisis in Perak but this does not mean that it would agree to form a coalition government.

It’s pretty hard to cooperate the side that is using force instead of law to push their way in, no?

The prime minister said the cooperation should be based on the spirit of mutual respect and adherence to the country’s law.

The same “adherence to the country’s law” that led to the court deciding on the validity of the Speaker’s decision (violating the Federal constitution), having the friendly, independent Deputy Speaker chair a session when the Speaker is right there, voting on motions before the session started, insisting on being part of the assembly even though the intrusive, illegal court action didn’t even declare the 3 March sitting (where motions to ratify the Exco six was ratified), arresting lawyers wanting to represent government detainees, etc.?

The Perak coup may be legal, but clearly the Najib and Zambry administrations couldn’t give a rat’s ass about rule of law.

Najib was commenting on the statement by DAP parliamentary leader Lim Kit Siang yesterday that he (Lim) was willing to meet Najib to discuss the Perak political impasse. Najib stressed that the Perak political crisis could be avoided if all parties adhered to the law and respected one another.

Precisely, Najib.

“We don’t want the situation (in Perak) to prolong. We want to serve the people, for everyone in Perak and throughout the country,” the prime minister said.

Then have fresh elections. It is the only way to solve the impasse. If Najib wants “to serve the people”, why not have elections?


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