An aide and a SC Member from SAPP says,”We practise democracy in SAPP” and Yong always says,”Minority Says,Majority Rules“.Press conference held yesterday was Round 1 to SAPP.The SC meeting tomorrow will have a bearing on the direction of the party and whether all the party legislators and party stays on in BN or otherwise.(see below)
Malaysiakini excerpts http://www.malaysiakini.com/news/84761 PM Abdullah vowed to continue to lead the government despite an attempt to topple him through a no-confidence motion in Parliament. Abdullah has been bombarded with highly personal attacks against his character and leadership. The latest statement by Yong is only a drop in that bucket.
The Barisan Nasional supreme council, which held an emergency meeting at Menara Dato Onn this afternoon, denounced Yong’s no-confidence vote against Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi, calling it “unprincipled, unethical, and against the spirit of Barisan”. So Round 2 to PM and Barisan(13-1)
Round 3-SAPP Supreme Council Meeting It will be (5-1) for Yong while Raymond will have only 12 Constituency Chairman with him and Yong will have 30. What does this all say..? “Majority Rules” Raymond the Minister of Infrastructure development and DCM will only have Tham (Science Advisor)and Jimmy Wong(Pol.Sec) with him while the Presidents men (2 Mps,3 Aduns) will include Wanita and Youth Leaders YB Melanie and YB Au,YB Liew,YB Eric and YB Dr.Chua.
The Supreme Councillors will use its full powers provided and in accordance with the articles set inside to exercise the rules and constitution of the party.This is the time where all SC members needs to be well verse with the Party Constitution and also whether they can use their voting rights to take actions against party members who will go against the decision of the majority in the SC.
The SC after all has the powers to review,decide,perform,process,execute,and implement,remand any party members and decide the general policy of the party. There might even be a additional powers for the CENSURE of acting against the interests of the party for the President,Deputy,Vice Presidents or any Supreme councillors. In this case the person so censured will have to relinquish his position in the party.
Interesting isn’t it? We shall have to wait for the decisions of SAPP SC tomorrow morning. So what is the deliberations and the agenda all about tomorrow for SAPP. Surely, it will be fiery but in the SC its the numbers game as well. SC members can get disgruntled,disillusion or for that matter unhappy with the decisions of the SC but the party decides. Raymond can say Yong is acting on his own while Yong can turn the tables around tomorrow not unless Raymond in this eleventh hour manages to convince all SC members with ” GOODIES “. So we ask, will it be a no-confidence vote for Raymond or Yong tomorrow?
Abdullah elaborated that he had wanted to thrash out details with Yong in his most recent visit to KK earlier in the week, but was told that Yong was in Sandakan. PM is unfazed says Malaysiakini and why should he be? He has managed to turn it round against Yong with the assistance of all in BN coalition. BN will only take action against SAPP and Yong will be taken after an official explanation (by SAPP) is given.SAPP has the knife at the throat and PM did not want to use it to slice it open but awaits SAPP to Harakiri (Japanese: 切腹, Seppuku) themselves. Round 4 awaits us.Ha ha.
The “SEQUEL”by Bugi Wijaya from Sabah
Wow! Its has been an hive of activities and almost everyone in the media industry were caught up with excitement today trying to get whatever news they can on the decisions of the BN Supreme Council meeting on SAPP “vote of no confidence in PM”.
The end verdict? They want to get a clearer picture from SAPP and believe its Yong’s decision on this motion. As usual those holding positions would pledge their support and condemn the SAPP or “Yong” move. So the best way is to gauge the public opinion. Public opinion meaning those without any political alignment. A taxi driver says he supported SAPP as things has not been well in the country with fuel hike and localised legalised “illegal immigrant” controlling most of the taxi business.
We met a first time voter who commented then whats the,”big hoo-haa…? Since there are so many pledges of support for PM, why not just allow the vote and kill off whatever politicking left in Malaysia. BN should be confident in themselves and once the motion is defeated then no one including those from the opposition will have to shut up and the government can carry out its duties and perform in peace.
However, a qualified yet to register voter said, BN doesn’t seem to ” Walk the Talk.” They are so scared of their own shadows. That just goes to show that they are not sincere at all. Thats why I refuse to register just yet. Hopefully I will be able to migrate in the future.
For me, I will bring my popcorn and drink and watch the show tomorow. Its not everyday you can to see so many “SEQUELS” within a week……!