Tuesday, May 20, 2014

'Is The Circus In Terengganu Over', Malaysian Digest, 14 May 2014

Datuk Seri Ahmad Said (PIC: The Malay Mail)Datuk Seri Ahmad Said (PIC: The Malay Mail)PERSUADING approach is taken by Barisan Nasional to bring back Datuk Seri Ahmad Said to UMNO.
This is due to the former Terengganu MB’s announcing his UMNO’s return and him informing to the Prime Minister, Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak through a telephone call, earlier today.
Prof. Madya Dr Sivamurugan Pandian (PIC: mD)Political analyst, Prof. Madya Dr. Sivamurugan Pandian comments, Ahmad Said’s decision to leave UMNO after his resignation as the MB is highly driven by emotion.
“His return proves the party is his priority and I believe his silly step yesterday was highly driven by emotion.
“His act shows his bitterness for there’s interest that cannot be fulfilled which lead to the decision made influenced by emotion,” he said.
Siva added his return to UMNO indirectly helps BN to be in a better position and UMNO will continue to reign without any changes.
However according to Siva, Terengganu’s political crisis is not completely settled and the new MB, Datuk Ahmad Razif Abdul Rahman job is create a drastic plan in order to carry out the responsibility to restore the state’s political condition.
“This challenge should be carried out with intelligence in order to gain back the people’s trust towards the party.
“The next six months will be an important transition to restore the crisis in Terengganu and to ensure it’s fully recovered,” he tells Malaysian Digest.

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