“It is one of (PKR’s) key objectives to restore the dignity and position of Sabah and Sarawak and uplift from poverty its diverse peoples. I therefore urge all parties to turn the page on divisiveness, pettiness and work together with a renewed commitment to unity and justice” – Anwar Ibrahim, making known that the PKR leadership crisis in Sabah had been resolved, as reported in Malaysiakini on 14th December, last year.
What Anwar did not then say to the press was that part of the peace deal brokered was that no action was to be taken against the party members involved in the application to register a new party, Parti Cinta Sabah, on condition that the application was withdrawn.
FreeMalaysiaToday alluded to this HERE.
I, too, did, in my ‘…who will now kick UMNO out of Anwar?’ post.
There has been no official response by PKR to deny this.
And Anwar, too, chooses to remain silent.
Does it end there?
Malaysiakini reports today that PKR secretary-general Saifuddin Nasution issued a media statement today announcing that the disciplinary committee that heard the 12 Sabah PKR divisional leaders yesterday in relation to show cause notices issued, have found all guilty of being involved in the application to form Parti Cinta Sabah and has recommended that each be suspended for one year.
Have Anwar, and by default, Azmin, just lynched Jeffrey’s knights?
Again and again I keep hearing that Jeffery is being neutralised to allow the Muslim factor led by Ansari to hold sway in Sabah.
If this is not so, and if there are more cogent reasons why Jeffery should not lead in Sabah, is this not the time to make the same known, rather than allow these unsettling concerns to go unchecked?
Is this what Anwar meant by restoring “the dignity and position of Sabah and Sarawak” and turning “the page on divisiveness, pettiness and work together with a renewed commitment to unity and justice”?
And is this perhaps what we are to expect of the many promises Anwar has laid at our door?