Side-kick”Sarawak Elections March…??’

CM Taibs 30th year in office falls on 26th March 2010. Many in the blogsphere have so far seen their first prediction of  10/10/10 as the the date the Sarawak elections will be held thrown out of the window. 

It is a known fact that CM Taib does look at all angles before he advises the Governor and the PM that he will dissolve the State assembly to pave the  way for an election. Numerology a vital jigsaw plus others like economic climate and a hosts of other factors will be taken into consideration. 

Earlier even the State Opposition leaders were quoted to have said this,””Election is coming. October or November is a very likely date,” said Sarawak DAP chief Wong Ho Leng.

“The signs have become more prominent. Everywhere you go, people are talking about it and it does look very soon, possibly by November,” Baru Bian, the state PKR chief, predicted.

See Chee How the State PKR Information chief for PKR Sarawak has already in an inclusive interview to audie61 said,”We are ready,its only CM Taib who is playing the Guessing game.”It seems now someone is also getting into the act. Is he trying to tell us Pakatan something? Or could he be the New Side Kick for Taib? What has he seen in his Crystal Ball which Taib has not? 

This was published in mosts of the main stream media and we reposts:-

State election in March or April — SIBU: Second Finance Minister Dato Sri Wong Soon Koh believes the next election would likely be held in March or April next year.

“Personally, I do not think the election will be held this year. It’s too early…maybe next March or April,” he said.

Wong was responding to reporters’ query on whether his latest campaign push in the rural areas was an indication that the election was near.

“To me, going to the ground to gather feedback is always my job and to assure the people that I will continue to serve them to the best of my capabilities,” he added.

Wong said he had conducted more than 20 ceramah with the people in the rural areas for the past weeks and the whole intention was to listen to their needs.”I received lots of requests from these people, ranging from better bridges to upgrading roads and drainage improvement.

“What the people want, I will do it slowly and I will make sure that all are delivered. However, priority will be given to urgent projects,” he said.