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Ridiculous bitches in PKR Penang

集体杯葛威省市局主席宣誓仪式 公正党市议员轰林冠英一党独大

Ahli majlis PKR bantah pelantikan presiden MPSP

OK, the story is like this… Once upon a time, in the northern state Penang, there are 2 municipal council, one on the mainland Seberang Prai, one on the Penang Island, MPSP and MPPP.

Penang State government decided to “promote” the district officer in MPSP to become MPSP’s president.

Surprisingly, PKR’s councillors are grumbling! They said that to “prepare” for local election in municipal councils, the councils should be headed by politician instead of civil servant! While this argument has its merit point, appointing a seemingly “independent” civil servant to the position, in my opinion, has nothing wrong! One has to remember that currently the position is NOT ELECTED by the people. The people, like me, would rather see a non-politician right now… even though a decent politician is also not bad lah

Anyway, they protested, by boycotting new president’s swearing in ceremony.

However, no criticism on appointment of another civil servant into MPPP’s president… Double standard eh?

 

The story can actually be re-written like this:

PKR is eye-ing for MPSP’s president, while it is almost certain that, MPPP’s president would be a DAP politician shall the government decided to appoint politicians onto the positions…

So, of course lah, now that their “baby position” flew away, they protest, while the position that they won’t get, no protest at all. What principle? Principle what?

Some months ago, when DAP mooted the idea of appointing MP Ipoh Barat to chair Ipoh city council, whole bunch of PKR politicians condemned the idea and rallied behind the civil servant now-mayor instead…

 

By the way, they were saying how DAP not taking care its ally PKR’s “feeling” and “suggestions” wor

I thought it was precisely someone else removed its own assemblyperson from office, without even informing the chief minister at the very first place?

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