Monday, September 29, 2008

Early nominations for Najib-Muyhiddin

The nominations for the top positions in the Umno polls starts from Oct 9 but two divisions have served early notices - their pick is Najib Tun Razak and Muhyiddin Yassin for president and deputy president respectively. The two divisions, Cheras and Titiwangsa, said the two would be nominated when their divisions meet. It is important to note that Cheras chief Syed Ali Alhabshee and Suleiman Mohamed have retained their division chiefs post unopposed. So with their grip on their divisions, it is certain that their choices would pull through. A similar trend is ecpected when the 191 divisions begin their meeting until end of Oct. Abdullah Ahmad Badawi has said that he would announce his decision on his political plans on Oct 9. But it is unlikely that Pak Lah would want to stay on as he has said the leadership transition would be earlier than 2010. lt also be interesting to see how many nominations Tengku Razaleigh Hamzah can pick up if he intends to take on the presidency post.

7 comments:

PL said...

It's a physic war launched by Najib-Muhyiddin to get as many branches to announce their favorite nominees to scare off Abdullah before Oct-9

Anonymous said...

Why Najib for President or Mujuhudin may as well also go for President post.Equally KU LI should be given a change.Najib is seen as Tinted.For quite a wild Majuhudin was only keen for Deputy.
KU LI and Najib should go for President.

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Anonymous said...

Those two divisions are known to be Najib running dog. So no surprise when they are fishing the rest. Pak Lah is no pushover, I hope he has realized now, lawan tetap lawan Mr. PM.

wandererAUS said...

Dato Wong, allow me to side track on your subject. I find it, almost impossible to believe, while the world is facing difficulty time, worrying time, the financial uncertianties in the world. Nothing is done by this BN administration to cushion the crash. In Malaysian, we have Umno monkeys, jumping from tree to tree, claiming for the UMNO crown. If they think, Malaysia is immune to this highest financial melt down, these so called leaders are sadly mistaken. The nation, will have to bear the consequences of a hard times ahead because of these irresponsible goons.
As a rakyat trying to find ends meet, who cares which monkey head UMNO!

Anonymous said...

As a journalist, my hunch is that Pak Lah is going to announce on Oct 9 that he will resign in March or June 09.
His speech will go like this at the PC: Briefly...
I like to thank Malaysians for giving me the support during my leadership. There comes a time when we have to pass the baton to my successor. Let me assure you I have full faith and confidence in Datuk Seri Najib who has agreed to a smooth transition. I am confident he will be able to ride through the stormy economic climate. As the son of the former premier he is capable of leading the country and I am sure Malaysians will give him all the support.

Blah...Blah...Hi bro the writing is on the wall...crystal clear.

Anonymous said...

Its not going to be easy for Najib to takeover. Watch what happens in Parliament on Oct 13. I hope the Govt will allow the democratic process to take place in parliatment. If Anwar has the numbers and they want to crossover let the MPs decide or the King to exercise his decision. For God's sake dont use the long arm of the law of repeating ops lallang (isa arrests or introduce the National Operations Council to takeover.
Only the people and the economy will be hurt.

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