June 12, 2010

Why Najib should stay as the PM?

Najib Tun Razak, the sixth Prime Minister of Malaysia has been alleged by many parties to be involved in  the case of the cruel killing of the Mongolian model, Altantuya Shaariibuu. Whether he is involved in it or not, I don't know. What important is that he has been doing a good job as a Prime Minister. Based on what I see, he has not been shaken as a Prime Minister because at the moment, his leadership has been good. He has not done any mistake that could lead to him being unpopular and possibly, lead to the same event that has happened to Pak Lah (the fifth Prime Minister).

At the time when he became Prime Minister, many people were afraid. It was mainly due to the case of the Mongolian model but after being a Prime Minister for more than 1 year, he has brought a lot of changes to the country, especially in the economy. Yesterday, he has announced the abolishment of the quota system by the government. (More on this, click here http://thestar.com.my/news/story.asp?file=/2010/6/12/nation/20100612201303&sec=nation)

The thing that worries me would be the 'underground' power that nobody sees, maybe some do. Mahathir once said in his speech that he knows what is best for the country but at times, he cannot do it because there is people or force from below that are against it. I think same goes for the current Prime Minister. If he does something wrong, he will be pressured and possibly, end up being like what happened to Pak Lah. Thus, it will also affect the country.

Maybe this will give my dear readers a hint!

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