Hornbill Unleashed

July 5, 2012

‘Go for full term, Najib’

Filed under: Politics,PRU 13 Election — Hornbill Unleashed @ 12:00 AM
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FMT Staff

With less than 10 months to go, Prime Minister Najib Tun Razak might as well just end speculations and call for elections at the end of BN’s term in April, 2013.

Sabah Barisan National leaders are all for Prime Minister Najib Tun Razak finishing his full five year term, which is less than 10 months away.

According to them only then could the people “judge him on his ideas and track record” as requested by Najib himself at a function in April this year.

Barisan Nasional’s current term ends on April 28 next year. Under Article 55 (3) of the Malaysian Constitution, Parliament stands automatically dissolved on April 28. That leaves Najib with less than 10 months.

BN component party Upko treasurer Dr Marcus Mojigoh said when the rakyat voted for BN in the 12th general election, the mandate was for five years.

“Calling for a snap polls may be perceived as the BN being desperate to hold onto Putrajaya.

“I believe the people would want the government to finish implementing its programmes like the BR1M and the various aid programmes for the youths, poor and the fishermen.

“Also the government must address the problems of the various ethnic groups. We don’t want them sulking and showing their unhappiness by voting for the opposition” he said.

Liberal Democratic Party (LDP) chief VK Liew also reportedly feels that BN should finish its five-year term.

“Five years is the normal mandate given by the people. I believe when it (BN) goes for full term, the government is able to implement programmes and projects for the people,” he said.

Sabah BN secretary Abdul Rahman Dahlan opined that with Najib needed time to fully realize his economic, government and political transformation initiatives, which he has asked the rakyat to judge him on.

“The prime minister wants the rakyat to judge his leadership based on his efforts.

“As such I think the idea of going the full term is reasonable because any prime minister will need time to show his programmes, he said.

Umno, MCA gaining grounds

The issue of going the full term arose after Najib had on June 29 met with Barisan Nasional component party leaders in Kuala Lumpur and laid bare the facts of his ground analysis.

FMT reported that Najib’s ground analysis showed that only Umno and MCA had gained grounds in the peninsular since the 2008 political bashing while PPP was gaining strength in certain states.

BN’s core allies in the peninsular MIC and Gerakan had reportedly failed to regain the people’s trust.

As for Sabah, the analysis indicated that the BN component parties were holding strong.

The report noted that based on Najib’s call for another round of analysis, in 40 days time, it was unlikely that the 13th general election will be held anytime soon.

If anything it will only be held after Najib presents his budget on Sept 28.

Meanwhile DAP advisor Lim Kit Siang had also blogged about the meeting, noting that Najib “went to great pains” to deny that he was deliberately delaying the date of the general election.

Najib, Lim said, claimed there was ‘no’ lack of confidence in BN and that “the BN was given the mandate by the people for five years.

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6 Comments »

  1. No More Another Chance for UMNO led BN. A BN with UMNO, Najib Razak, Taib Mahmud and Musa Aman leading them spell DOOM!

    Comment by Bartholomew — July 8, 2012 @ 8:18 PM | Reply

  2. THIS NAJIB GUY IS POLITICALLY “STILL BORN” EVEN IF HE REACHES “FULL TERM”!

    We will still get a brainless idiot to lead Malaya Sabah and Sarawak!

    Comment by Abang — July 6, 2012 @ 2:29 PM | Reply

  3. UMNO and Najib will not survive some of the current scandals rocking his party and cronies. His 2013 budget will cost a even bigger hole in the pocket of Petronas and KWSP.

    Comment by Mata Kuching — July 5, 2012 @ 6:01 PM | Reply

  4. It’s not about 5 yr. terms, makes no difference, The old regime have been ruling for 54 years , It’s about time to get rid of the dead wood, and old outdated politicians, who talks rubbish. Having the election right now or end of April-2013, makes no difference, the people are smart to make a choice, they have made up their mind whom to vote. There must be changers for the better ,
    for the future generation to be proud of being Malaysians.

    Comment by ALH — July 5, 2012 @ 5:37 PM | Reply

  5. Going the full 5 years term so that people can judge . Are you just born yesterday ? BN/UMNO has been ruling the country for over 50years and not just 5years …..and they still need more time for the people to judge ??? Useless Politicians from BN and no wonder our country is going down the toilet.

    Comment by gagojackman — July 5, 2012 @ 12:11 PM | Reply

  6. Najis, kalau takut kalah, kata aja lah. Kalau u ada “bola”, sekarang u pun boleh dismiss the parliament !

    Comment by Mike — July 5, 2012 @ 9:58 AM | Reply


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