Saturday, April 05, 2008

PM DATUK SERI ABDULLAH TO MEET UMNO STATE CHIEFs AND INCLUDING YOUTH, LADIES AND PUTERI LEADERS TOMORROW TO CHART A NEW COURSE OF ACTION


Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi is expected to meet all the State UMNO Chiefs, including youth, ladies and puteri leaders tomorrow at Putra World Trade Centre in Kuala Lumpur, in an attempt to show the rakyat that he still commands the confidence of the majority since there are rumours that he is lossing the confidence of the rakyat and is forced to resign.


It was reported that the meeting is called to discuss the developments that have been planned as a result of the disastrous defeat by the BN in the recently concluded general election.

Insiders reveal that PM Datuk Seri Abdullah is facing an uphill task to keep himself in power as Prime Minister and President of UMNO. Recent reports demanding PM Datuk Seri Abdullah resignation by many quarters, including former Prime Minister, Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad since he had been deemed 'weak' and incapable leader to lead the government and UMNO any further.

In the meanwhile, there is a report that at least 30 elected representatives (at this moment) from Barisan Nasional are expected to 'cross-over' to the Opposition in a couple of days.

But whatever happens, it is very clear that the present Barisan Nasional government is weak and is facing a 'political tsunami' which if no real and concerted effort to improve the current unstable situation is not undertaken immediately will create a situation that this government will be toppled.