“Major Reshuffle…Any Logic..??”

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May 2010 It will be 4 years when the present State Government will be in power. Correct me if I’m a bit naive or must have read the CM’s signal wrong….Those walking in the corridors of power are using all their might and lobbyists tactics of trying to put their”manuk sabong” { fighting cock in Iban} to be considered as an Assistant Minister or Minister. 

Surely, the CM is diverting all the attention away as he puts his development plans for the State in place as he prepares his soldiers and army for the next state elections. If the BN soldiers or Generals are so involved in the pursuit of posts its going straight into the enemies Trap.

 The trojan horses/whisperers in BN are the causes of too many infighting especially so with SUPP involved in power struggle and legality issues of Special Delegates Conference(SDC) ,PBB,SPDP calm but undercurrents looks very choppy.PRS wounded but picking up to be a stable partner with new faces as YB. Or is it..??

Is the CM going to write his own DEATH WARRANT..? So audie61 asks is there any logic for a major reshuffle. It might just be a cosmetic changes with some additions towards filling up the empty available constituencies which the former Assistant Ministers or Ministers held previously. CM would not for once rock a stable boat but will ensure that it cruises through leisurely.

So my friends out there its definedly food for thought and drink to the brilliance of the man himself and his aides surrounding him. Did I not tell you all that the CM goes through his lists thoroughly at least 7 times before he finalises it.  Someone knows better than the CM does I presume or could he be the holding on to the “FOOLS GOLD”

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5 thoughts on ““Major Reshuffle…Any Logic..??”

  1. ugahchua says:

    So audie61 asks is there any logic for a major reshuffle. It might just be a cosmetic changes with some additions towards filling up the empty available constituencies which the former Assistant Ministers or Ministers held previously. CM would not for once rock a stable boat but will ensure that it cruises through leisurely.
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    Don’t put words in Tok Uban’s mouth. To be fair he never said its going to be a major reshuffle…perhaps just a minor one, like what he did the last time.

  2. fedup says:

    Who cares! These shuffling re-shuffling and shuffle again and again by Taib never had any positive impact on the public.

    Educated and Civilised nations has the aim of improving the governance of the country by putting right people in right places. As for here, its done with the view to see who’s where to best suit Taib’s reign!

    Ordinary people should judge the ruling party’s performance based on ones general well being by asking a few questions of oneself:

    1) has the medical availability improved?;

    2) can my same income allow me to afford more things this year as compared to last year; how much more a simple item cost me nowadays as compared with a year ago e.g. a cup of kopi;

    3) any savings or investment i made, has it increased in value or decreased; e.g. whats my house worth today as compared to when i bought it;

    4) has the protection and security of my family and that of my property improved;

    5) easy access to education for my children from pre school to tertiary level;

    6) whats the quality of the education now;

    7) are there more jobs available befitting my qualifications nowadays?;

    8) cost of living declining or ever increasing? pick a few items and compare with the previous year e.g. water bill, electricity bill, a bag of sugar, a sack or rice, council rates, indirect tax (sales tax), a cup of kopi, a bowl of mee etc. if the cost has increased…thats INFLATION! it eats away at your income effectively making you poorer each year if your income doesnt increase proportionately!;

    9) whats the value of the ringgit as compared to our neighbours esp Singapore, why Singapore? Thats a better yardstick to compare instead of what the BN govt is forever picking a failed state to compare ourselves with! It will be a joke if we start comparing ourselves to failed African states!

    Remember, this is for our children..wake up and take a keen interest in the well being of your state and country!

    This is a democracy, make it so!

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