The need to have a calm political climate in Sarawak is the most probable reason why Chief Minister Pehin Sri Abdul Taib Mahmud is putting on hold the much anticipated minor reshuffle of the state cabinet.
Taib gave an indication of this yesterday when asked by reporters about the reshuffle.
“Sarawak is a very calm, nice place. (But) I see some foreign storms trying to be very funny, so you know we’ve got to keep our calm,” he said after chairing a cabinet meeting at Wisma Bapa Malaysia here.
Taib, who is also the state BN chairman, did not explain what he meant by ‘foreign storms’, so reporters could only deduce that he was referring to the political developments happening outside Sarawak.
Read our earlier report :-https://audie61.wordpress.com/2008/05/15/sarawak-cabinet-re-shuffle-new-blood/