FOREMOST, i am not a Pakatan Harapan supporter, although I do support some of its policies on paper. I say on paper because, Pakatan Harapan is an entity that does not know how to govern. They are however great as an opposition block
Did the words not come out rightThough I tried not to hurt youThough I triedBut I guess that's why they say
Every rose has its thornJust like every night has its dawnJust like every cowboy sings his sad, sad songEvery rose has its thorn
TAKE for instance the issue regarding if it is time to either axe or amend the SOSMA law. As a political block, does Pakatan Harapan have a set of policies it wants to implement, fine tune or even abolish? Or is it an entity, that is only good as a showcase mouth piece?
I find it amusing that an elected member of Parliament from Pakatan is asking the home minister Saifuddin Nasution Ismail, who lost in GE 15, as well as to Rafizi Ramli in the PKR elections to READ : Reconsider your stance on Sosma, DAP’s Gobind tells Saifuddin.
SAIFUDDIN was not made a senator so that he can be Home Minister to do what he thinks is right. He is there to do what his party feels is right for Malaysia.
HAVING been rejected by his own party members for the deputy president post and by voters in the general elections, Saifuddin Nasution is begining to smell as the wrong pick to be the home minister, as he seems to not know the basics, namely under SOSMA there is no such thing that after 28 days , you are either set free or charged.
THE 28 days , can be extended indefinitely. This is something a person who is capable of winning an election should know, but if you are an appointed princeling, then its' better to keep the mouth shut and do as you are told.