Call on Malaysians who have long waited for A Better Malaysia for All to go for total change in the next election and bring about a new Putrajaya government helmed by Pakatan Rakyat
Despite the fact that the life span of the present Parliament will end on April 27, 2013, many people, including BN leaders, are wondering when the Prime Minister will dissolve the Parliament.
If the Prime Minister does not dissolve the Parliament before the life span of Parliament ends, then the Parliament will automatically stand dissolved. on April 28, 2013.
When will the next general election be held? This is a question that even the Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib is unsure of and cannot decide.
A year ago, many voters have laughed at Najib as being a fickle minded Prime Minister who cannot make up his mind to call for the nation’s 13 th general election.
But over the last few months, many people are now saying that Najib is simply “kiasu” (afraid of losing).
Is this a correct and valid description?
I certainly think so.
Although the BN government has been talking about transformation, NKRA, 1 Malaysia, Janji di Tepati and what not, Najib knows that the mood of change which began in the last general election has grown stronger.
Despite all his efforts to woo voter support, including distributing cash handouts in the form of BR1M, Najib realizes that the feel good factor that he has hoped for has not materialized or cannot last long.
Why have Najib’s efforts unable to fight against the present mood of change?
The answer is clear. The people now have a choice to decide which political coalition to support and they have long lost hope in BN.
Many see the hope and chance for change.
The next general election is certainly going to be the most important election in the nation’s history.
Kiasu people can become desperate and dirty and hence Malaysians must be aware of the politics of lies, threats and money employed by BN.
Already BN has spread all types of lies against the DAP and Pakatan Rakyat.
MCA has been spreading lies that a vote for DAP will be a vote for hudud law. MCA leaders have been working very hard too at accusing the DAP of having compromised our stand on the issues of hudud law.
Let me reiterate that hudud law is not and will not be a policy of Pakatan Rakyat.
Unlike BN where Umno the big brother dictates everything and government policies can even be decided at Umno Supreme Council meetings, Pakatan Rakyat policies are made at PR leadership meetings and are decided based on consensus.
We can now expect BN to spread the lie that Pakatan Rakyat cannot even decide who shall be the Prime Minister if PR wins Putrajaya.
PR Council has decided that Anwar Ibrahim is the PR candidate and Anwar will certainly be the new Prime Minister if PR captures Putrajaya.
I call on Malaysians who have long waited for A Better Malaysia for All to go for total change in the next election and bring about a new Putrajaya government helmed by Pakatan Rakyat.