My question is how come only 20 BN MPs? But give them a bit of credit as the rests of them are all camped in Penang helping out in the by elections. BN Youth chief Hishammuddin Hussein led the MPs in an oath-taking ceremony as reported by Malaysiakini http://www.malaysiakini.com/news/88460 Many of you will be asking why all of a sudden? Is BN really afraid as the MPs are the frontliners in Anwars quest towards Parliament. Once he has succeeded the domino will fall with many party members making a headway out of the BN parties. Not only the fronliners have to be secured I feel all BN parties should look into the party senior members and those in the (CEC)Central Executive Council or (SC) Supreme Councils.
The pledge was a sign of loyalty to the BN alliance. Interesting as the BN youth chief went on to say,’ We’ve all signed the declaration and swore to remain loyal to Barisan Nasional. This is black and white proof to counter rumours that we will leave BN for another party.” Are there still many who will remain loyal to the party? PBS legislators left their colleaques in a lurch in the nineties and we will see whether Anwar can carry out this crossovers. He has been saying September 16th is the date which will see him taking over the Federal Government.
PRS MPs will be staying loyal as I was told by my sources who are close to the six MPS that we have. There has been manouvering within the divisions “Gang of 10” but for now some leaders are waiting for the right time to act.
BN or Pakatan parties needs to sort out the loyalty status of all its MPs,YBs,local city legislators and members and the party they represent. Politics of unstability is very detrimental to the country and there must be some respect to these laws or guidelines on “LOYALTY” The negative perception will do the country and economy no good. Let’s just see what happens after the by-elections of Permatang Pauh.