Monday, December 01, 2008

Muhyiddin: Unforgivable for Zaid to be at PKR meet

Muhyiddin: Unforgivable for Zaid to be at PKR meet

KOTA KINABALU: Datuk Zaid Ibrahim’s presence at the PKR congress on Saturday in Shah Alam is unforgivable, says an Umno vice-president.

Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin said it did not make sense for the former minister in the Prime Minister’s Department to attend an opposition gathering.

“It appears he is lending his moral support to them. To me, this is showing disloyalty to Umno. This is unforgivable,” he said.

The International Trade and Industry Minister said this yesterday after a dialogue with members of the Sabah media here yesterday.

Muhyiddin noted that it was not the first time Zaid was perceived as acting against Umno, adding that the controversial politician was issued a show-cause letter last month for his open letter to the Prime Minister and for meeting with MPs on repealing the Internal Security Act (ISA).

Asked whether Zaid’s latest move was an attempt to provoke Umno, Muhyiddin said: “He’s a small guy ... he is just wasting our time.”

Zaid, the former Kota Baru Umno chief, was quoted – after attending the opening of the PKR congress – as saying he was still an Umno member but was keeping his options open.

seals: Kui kui kui..... UMNO has been disloyal to people that is worse. UMNO don't even understand the message by people from the last elections.

Sorry Muhyiddin, it does make sense. What can the good people do? The move out to the good side.

Next time don't complain ... when you know you are not performing for the people.

When elected MP for for the people who elected them, you say "break rank" and you punish them.

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