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Sunday, 17 June 2012

Winnable Candidates

The Barisan Nasional (BN), particularly Umno, is expected to face problems fielding “winnable” candidates in seats now held by those who had “jumped ship” and are recognised as “BN-friendly caucus”.
Already, BN is finding it difficult to get many incumbent assemblymen and MPs to step down and allow fresh young faces to contest. Now, it encounters a new problem in seats held by the “party hoppers”.
Top on the list is Zahrain Mohd Hashim, a no push-over, whose popularity is on the rise with the coming general election. The Bayan Baru MP is sought for his views on anything regarding his former boss Anwar Ibrahim.
Joining him is Zulkifli Nordin, whose views are also sought on the same subject. The Kulim-Bandar Baru MP is outspoken when it comes to hitting out at his former party – PKR.
Latest to join the stable is Dr Hasan Ali, who “roams” nightly criticising PAS, the party he had placed so much hope to push for his Islamic agenda.
The list continues with names such as Ezam Mohd Nor and several others who had become “turncoats” and found new platforms to continue pursuing their political ambitions.
These people are brave and outspoken in their assaults on Anwar and their former parties, revealing insights that the public had not known before.
They are sought after by the press for any comments that can “dent or create doubts” on their former bosses and parties.

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