For the love of this nation, stop playing games, says JD Lovrenciear.
So much of despair has flooded our media space. People are frustrated. The sense of betrayal sweeping across the nation now knows not the barriers of class and stature nor race and religion.
All those who care for Malaysia are unhappy and worried. They are demanding acceptable answers. Even those outside the countries are expressing suspicion over the way the the country ended up with the eighth prime minister.
For the love of this nation, stop playing games.
Postponing the scheduled 9 March parliamentary sitting, not announcing the cabinet line-up, not appointing the replacements to top posts now vacant owing to the staged coup – all of these are increasing the people’s anger.
Businesses are suffering. The stock market has been punished. The coronavirus is gaining a foothold in the country. Infected numbers have doubled since the coup. The global economy is biting hard, and Malaysia is not spared. Look at the sliding ringgit and the cost and quality of food items.
For the love of this nation, can someone responsible please publish the names of all elected MPs who have registered their wholesale support fora new government with Muhyiddin as their leader? Do it now.
Many of us want to know too the identity of the defectors who short-changed their constituencies and leapfrogged into Muhyiddin’s lap to save their pockets.
We cannot wait till May. The people are are getting tired with no answers from Muhyiddin except daily updates of his busy schedule everyday getting briefings from various institutions/ministries as if he just landed in a new country.