Sarawak State Leaders Lambasting DAP Chairman Chong

cm11Incessant attacks have been launched against DAP Chong over the past few days eversince his call for the adoption of the 10 Point Policy Reform to the Chief Minister. DAP is seen trying to capitalise and claiming credit for all the State’s good work and also trying to discredit the Chief Minister who have managed to turn many doubters to his side.

There is an air of uncertainty on DAP’s side as it tries to recover losts ground and trying to tarnish the good work of the Chief Minister. DAP feels that with CM Adenan they are losing the INVINCIBILITY where the Pakatan coalition wrestled 16 out of 71 seats in the State Assembly in 2011.

The next state elections will be due in 2 years time and Pakatan have started to unleash their fury towards the State leader and checking him on all angles. The Pakatan coalition feels threatened for once and CM Adenan might just be DECEPTIVE enough to wallop them at their weakest point.

Moreover,the infighting in DAP has not be suppressed with the removal of former ADUN Voon and sacked YB Fong. Professionals are having second thoughts about DAP and Chong is seen to be building a family legacy. The last notable professional to join DAP was MP Julian Tan and the professional chain have now stopped says an insider.

The Sarawak State Government under CM Adenan is giving many sleepless nights to mosts of the DAP ADUNS as the Chinese electorate sees him as more as a “FRIEND OF THE RAKYAT”

DAP are finding ways to make itself still relevant with the people and they are seen to be capitalising on the CM noble intentions by riding on his feel good factor.

Will DAP be able to maintain their grip on their seats in PRN11?

 

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