Tuesday, December 28, 2010

Controversial Jais chief named new S'gor state sec

Controversial Jais chief named new S'gor state sec

P Dev Anand Pillai: It looks like they seek to plant a Putrajaya spy in Selangor's administration. MB Khalid Ibrahim and cabinet will have to be very careful. One of the first steps Pakatan has got to take when it forms the federal government in the future is to ensure that there is a clear distinction between federal government employees and state government employees.

If the current state of overlaps which had caused the collapse of Perak takes place every time the people elect a Pakatan government, BN will use it to continue to manipulate and cheat the electorate by using their federal powers to simply move people around to do their bidding.

Let's hope the people will vote wisely and give at least 40 seats to Pakatan in Selangor to push for this agenda. MB Khalid can perhaps ignore the new state secretary and just get the job done using his own secretarial team instead.

Anonymous: It looks like the rakyat have no other means but to vote Pakatan Rakyat in the next general elections since the royalty have more interests of Umno at heart than the rakyat's. It is obvious to us where we should place our hopes with.

Disgusted: Pakatan state governments can't function properly since the 2008 Tsunami because of sabotage by the BN-led federal government. They have been attacked from within and from without by civil servants, police, GLCs and crony companies like Syabas to bring down the Pakatan government without giving them a fair chance to govern these states. They are choked for funds where BN takes out via taxes.

Yet people expect miracles from Pakatan-ruled governments. It's time for people throughout Malaysia to be bold and change the federal government and give Pakatan a chance to prove themselves.

source: http://www.malaysiakini.com/news/151795

Seals: Remember BN soon you will have PR Reps in BN Controlled State ...you will taste your own poison :)

"MB Khalid can perhaps ignore the new state secretary and just get the job done using his own secretarial team instead." ... DO IT !

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