Najib’s swearing-in as PM on Friday – how can when royal consent not yet given for Abdullah’s resignation?

Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department, Datuk Seri Nazri Aziz has confirmed that Cabinet Ministers, Mentris Besar and Chief Ministers have received invitations to attend the swearing-in ceremony of Datuk Seri Najib Razak as the country’s new Prime Minister at Istana Negara on Friday.

This raises the question whether the royal prerogative of the Yang di Pertuan Agong to appoint the next Prime Minister has been overlooked or disregarded when the King is presented with the fait accompli of the swearing-in ceremony for Najib as the new Prime Minister at Istana Negara on Friday when the royal consent for Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi’s resignation has not been given.

In his winding-up speech at the Umno General Assembly on Saturday, Abdullah announced that he will meet the Yang di Pertuan Agong tomorrow (Thursday), saying:

“God willing, the proper handover ceremony will be arranged once Tuanku has consented to my desire to resign.”

What happens if the Yang di Pertuan Agong does not consent to Abdullah’s desire to resign or needs time to discharge his royal prerogative?

In the circumstances, isn’t it presumptuous as well as contempt for the royal prerogative of the Yang di Pertuan Agong to appoint the Prime Minister as provided by the Constitution to schedule the swearing-in ceremony for Najib to become the new Prime Minister at Istana Negara on Friday when the Yang di Pertuan Agong has not met Abdullah and given his consent for Abdullah’s resignation?

Explanations from both Abdullah and Najib on these extraordinary developments are fully warranted.

  1. #1 by k1980 on Wednesday, 1 April 2009 - 10:39 am

    umno is the law-maker, the judge and the jury— what it says is the law, and whoever disagrees will get a free holiday in Kamunting. This is why PR must win the coming 3 by-elections on April 7th so that this law-maker, judge and jury can be put away for good in Kamunting

  2. #2 by HJ Angus on Wednesday, 1 April 2009 - 10:57 am

    In my opinion, this issue of succession became a done deal when the BN government agreed to set up the RM10bil fund for the oil royalties after the last elections.

    But the cops banning the name of A really shows some people are not getting a good night’s sleep.

  3. #3 by homeblogger on Wednesday, 1 April 2009 - 11:05 am

    That’s why lah Uncle Kit. Forgive me for harping on this, but I’ve said it before….

    You blog, you talk, you scream.
    RPK blogs, RPK talks, RPK screams.
    Razaleigh blogs, Razaleigh talks, Razaleigh screams.
    Anwar blogs, Anwar talks, Anwar screams.

    So WHAT?

    It’s as though you fellas just want to do it all by YOURSELF.

    I suggested before… let’s do SOMETHING collectively instead of trying to be lone rangers.

    For example, Haris Ibrahim conducted a petition here :

    but I didn’t know about it until it was over.

    Bloggers should contact LKS’s (and other blogs) admin team when they plan to conduct an online petition or any other form of action. Ask if they would do a write-up and direct ALL readers to ONE single petition or ONE single action. What we want is ONE single mega STORE…NOT a pasar malam of single, petty traders making nothing but noise.

    We NEED to work as ONE unit.

    I suggested a while back that we launch a black arm band or button badge campaign (non-aggressive, non verbal) to voice our rejection of the in-coming PM to our Agong. I made this suggestion to you BECAUSE I am a nobody. I can scream till I mati, and nobody will pay attention, but ONE single post from you Uncle Kit (or RPK or any other big fish) can spark a fire that rages.


    There is an army out there waiting for your (or RPK or Anwar’s) command. Let’s do SOMETHING TOGETHER.

    Instead, here I am like all my other comrades, wasting my precious typing comments in blog after blog after blog, going NO WHERE.

  4. #4 by DAP man on Wednesday, 1 April 2009 - 11:29 am

    Najib arm-twisted the palace in Perak and now trying his luck again. These are the same people who “Derhakakan” Nizar and called the Opposition leaders traitors for not accepting to resign.

    But it’s OK if they prearrange the swearing-in of Najib for Friday even without the King’s consent so that we can now have two Prime Ministers.

    The King has all the more reason to thaw Najib’s evil designs to force upon the palace to do his bidding. Najib can arm-twist the EC, MACC, AG, and the Police but can he do the same with the King?

    How low can you go Najib?

  5. #5 by Bobster on Wednesday, 1 April 2009 - 11:29 am

    No surprise lah, even in Pelak, before Sultan open his mouth, Najib already declared they ‘won’ in the Press conference.

    So who is the ‘king maker’?

    Just hope royalty can stand on they own feet, be independent and carry some weight. Else they will be just like puppets being played around by the rules of the nation. Kena hantam kau kau in the 80′, kena glorified in 09. What abt the future?

  6. #6 by Godfather on Wednesday, 1 April 2009 - 11:36 am

    There is an sms this morning that says that the Perak Sultan has finally consented to the dissolution of the State Assembly, obviously after taking advice from constitutional experts that support the Perak Speaker’s position.

    It would be strange indeed if the new PM is sworn in after having been proven to act unconstitutionally.

  7. #7 by timmyskh on Wednesday, 1 April 2009 - 11:46 am

    I am in full agree with homeBlogger. Some of us out there were doing the job on our own initiative to call you all to unite to prevent the nightmare. Writing and commenting around the blogs to inform and educate people is only so much small insignificant people like us can do. Yet you all with all the influence, power and position just wants to do the small people job as us.

    Come on! Go and do the big thing!

  8. #8 by distantmalay on Wednesday, 1 April 2009 - 11:47 am

    the swearing-in was arranged so that AAB will not have room to drag his feet.

  9. #9 by Godfather on Wednesday, 1 April 2009 - 11:47 am

    what big thing ? Picket in front of the Palace ?

  10. #10 by OrangRojak on Wednesday, 1 April 2009 - 11:49 am

    There is an sms this morning
    I sent it. No I didn’t. I considered it, when I noticed it was April 1st while I was still working at 2:30 this morning. That’s a good one. I was going to send one that said Najib had decided that he’d had enough of everybody saying “swirling … murky … questionable” and had dissolved parliament for a general election to demonstrate the faith the rakyat had in him.

    April Fool!

  11. #11 by Godfather on Wednesday, 1 April 2009 - 11:53 am

    Rosie consulted a fengshui master, who obviously said that friday is no go, because it’s 4th day of the 4th month. Monday is also no go because it is the official ching ming date under the Chinese calendar. April 7 is by-elections day, and if Najis loses all three, it could well be bye-bye Mongolian.

    3rd of April seems to be the only viable day. Pak Lah and the Agong not notified ? Small matter. Who dares interfere with Rosie’s destiny ?

  12. #12 by monsterball on Wednesday, 1 April 2009 - 11:54 am

    Don’t worry…..with or without the King’s
    consent…Najib will be sworn in as UMNO PM.
    Whether Najib will be Malaysians PM is another story.
    I have been observing that all UMNO ministers are talking….I quote….”For all Races” should be.. ” For all Malaysians”
    And MCA members are so proud to be a race in Malaysia?
    What race?..Chinese living in Malaysia as guests?
    Malaysian of Chinese origin?…submitting to be a minority to be ruled by the majority forever?

  13. #13 by Godfather on Wednesday, 1 April 2009 - 12:03 pm

    monsterball: I know you are a fan of the old Mamakthir. Go read up the text of his speech at the Palestinian conference earlier this week. The old Mamak said that Palestinians and Israelis should learn a lesson from Bolehland – where the original Malay inhabitants invited Chinese and Indian immigrants to share power.

  14. #14 by La Pax on Wednesday, 1 April 2009 - 12:06 pm

    Is Naj** going to repeat what he did in Perak …to appoint Zambry knowing MP Nizar is or has not resign yet. Is Najii going to do that to ABB? or maybe yes or may be no. I’ve expected something like this might happen to ABB when I first saw it earlier what had happened to MP Nizar-Perak. [deleted]

  15. #15 by Taxidriver on Wednesday, 1 April 2009 - 12:11 pm

    When people have been arrogant and abusing their power to have whatever the want with ease, they can no longer think rationally or to be humble. Old habits die hard.

    By confirming the date of Najib’s installation as PM even before HRH makes his decision whether to accept AAB’s resignation is tantamount to insulting HRH, showing scant regard for his POWER. Indirectly, what these UNMO leaders doing is like letting HRH know that he must make Najib the PM because they want him to.

    People with such thinking and mentality will eventually turn against the Royal Institution. Mahatir took away the Rulers’ personal immunity. Fortunately, he did not have things his way otherwise he would have totally abolished the monarchy.

    Another example to show that they have little regards for king and country is their calling the Paramount Ruler “Raja Natang” when the king made a decision which was in their favour.

    A sad truth in the saying: “Power corrupts and absolute power corrupts absolutely”

    It’s about time the present king cut these arrogant UMNO leaders to size and teach them humility which is one of the most important tenets of Islam.

  16. #16 by monsterball on Wednesday, 1 April 2009 - 12:18 pm

    Godfather..I am not only a fan….but a die hard everlasting one….hahahahahahahaha
    Where else in Asia can you get so many Mamak restaurants…..mostly making money.?
    Jepun roti…RM1 million investment…no news…means loosing money?
    Godfather..I do not need to read UMNO’s Messiah’s speeches. I lived through all his 22 sickening years as PM.
    Just hours after being friendly to Abdullah at the UMNO Assembly…he is in London….back to his old ways…insulting Abdullah again..with his twists and turning art at his best.
    He said…Abdullah got all the 92% votes because of his popularity…hahahahahahaha

  17. #17 by k1980 on Wednesday, 1 April 2009 - 12:20 pm

    The old Mamak said that Palestinians and Israelis should learn a lesson from Bolehland and live together in 1 state. So that the Palestinians can be the “sons of the soil” and the Israelis the “immigrants”. Then a Malaysian-style NEP will be implemented by the “sons of the soil” squeezing out the Jews economically and politically. In simple words, a Perak-style coup d’etat in Israel

  18. #18 by Taxidriver on Wednesday, 1 April 2009 - 12:20 pm

    correction: 4th paragraph, line three should be ‘when the king made a decision which was NOT in their favour’

  19. #19 by OrangRojak on Wednesday, 1 April 2009 - 12:23 pm

    homeblogger, timmyskh Say unite
    I’m going to be devil’s advocate. I doubt you can unite. You don’t have a common goal – you have a common bogeyman. LKS has his own goal, which is only roughly congruent with any of the other groups or individuals making similar noises from time to time.

    “prevent the nightmare”
    “sign the petition”
    “wear the armband”

    While LKS could lend his backing to any of these projects, I’d be surprised if he would lead them himself. He’s an elected MP close to the top of an opposition party. The things you’re suggesting are jobs for grassroots activists, or awareness / lobby organisations.

    Have you considered ‘going legit’? I mean, registering as a charity, borrowing an office somewhere in KL, and lending the projects your own organisation’s credibility? This is your moment at the crossroads. This is your chance to poke your head up out of the trench into the whizzing bullets.

    Chances are your office would be raided in a few months, all your computers and files taken ‘for evidence’, and a series of financially destructive court appearances would start. On the other hand, it could all go really well, the PR government would make you all Datuks, you’d receive invitations for lucrative speaking tours all around the world, and you’d live the proud life of someone who really made a difference.

    The problem with vesting all your hopes in a single person is that after that person takes the power you swept him to, they themselves might go gila kuasa and there would still be no civil society to stop them. I’m a bit of a newcomer to politics. I would have been 70 before I’d paid it any interest, if my phone worked. In my naive view, one of the things Malaysia is sadly lacking (besides working phones) is civil society. That’s something you could do.

  20. #20 by Godfather on Wednesday, 1 April 2009 - 12:26 pm

    Can someone forward this true story to the Mamak:

    A representative from Israel
    began [his speech]:

    ‘Before beginning my talk I want to tell you
    something about Moses. When he struck the rock and it
    brought forth water, he thought, ‘What a good
    opportunity to have a bath!’ He removed his
    clothes, put them aside on the rock and entered the
    water. When he got out and wanted to dress, his
    clothes had vanished. A Palestinian had stolen

    The Palestinian representative jumped up furiously and shouted,
    ‘What are you talking about? The Palestinians
    weren’t there then.’

    The Israeli representative smiled and said, ‘And now that we
    have made that clear, I will begin my

  21. #21 by monsterball on Wednesday, 1 April 2009 - 12:30 pm

    Godfather…Why don’t he say….without the Chinese ad Indians..consent to free Malaya from the British…Britain will rule much longer….and Malaysia will not be what it is today..exactly like Pakistan and India.
    Actually Mamak is not qualified to call himself a Malay at all.
    His elder brother is as black as an Indian…living in Sungai Pertani…which Malaysians have never seen them together like loving brothers.
    This racialist even disown his half Indian blood….not forgetting traces of Thai…Chinese all in him.
    What is a Malay actually???

  22. #22 by pakualakurau on Wednesday, 1 April 2009 - 12:31 pm

    They (uino) don even give a dam to YDMM Agong and Pak Lah. Date is being fix without consent of YDMM. Our beloved YDMM should not have agreed on uino arrangemant.

  23. #23 by monsterball on Wednesday, 1 April 2009 - 12:54 pm

    Moses….the famous “Ten Commandment” guy?’
    hi…I went to Egypt to trace Moses greatness…and most living in Cairo do not know…who he was!!
    No joke..they said he is a fiction from the Christian world.
    But Egyptian scholars have proven that the Jews were seeking work in Egypt and the kind Pharaoh…employed and fed them…treating them equals to Egyptians…together building the Pyramids. When Moses requested the Pharaoh to let all the Jews go to make their own country…..the kind Pharaoh let Moses go willingly. This Pharaoh…became the greatest Egyptian Pharaoh of all times.
    Since then…I treat the movie…like Star War…exciting…entertaining..but not factual.

  24. #24 by sheriff singh on Wednesday, 1 April 2009 - 12:57 pm

    I hear the king wants to interview all 221 MPs one-by-one to determine who they support before deciding who the next PM should be.

    Hmmmm. Could take alot of time. Maybe better if he just summon Parliament and asks for a confidence vote.

    In the meantine, Pak Lah will continue as PM.

    Najib should be relieved. My Chinese friends say it is “sway” to take over during the Chinese All Souls Period as there might be unhappy and restless souls out to trouble him. Maybe its just as well he takes over immediately. After all he is a Ghostbuster and he “aint afraid of no ghosts”.

  25. #25 by gnustiy on Wednesday, 1 April 2009 - 1:02 pm

    Najib said he would reform NEP, hope that he means it! Really hope that all of us can be treated the same way in all ways! Really fed up with the stupid policy, it’s daylight robbery!

  26. #26 by Onlooker Politics on Wednesday, 1 April 2009 - 1:10 pm

    Najib’s original intent of swearing in as the Prime Minister of Malaysia on 3 April 2009 may not be workable. I guess it is going to have some delays in the decision of the Yang Dipertuan Agong for accepting Pak Lah’s resignation. I don’t believe that Malaysia’s rulers are just the puppet who will accede to whatever demands of the top politician without discrimination. If it is the prerogative of the Agong on whether to accept or not to accept the resignation of a Prime Minister, then the Agong will definitely have the discretion to cause a delay in His Majesty’s final decision. Moreover, as a matter of royal courtesy, the Agong may want to seek the opinion of other rulers in the Ad Hoc Conference of Rulers.

    Najib may have to wait a bit longer in order to become the new Prime Minister of Malaysia. At least Najib has to wait for a decison being made by the high court judge on the case of Nizar Versus Zambry, which is fixed to be heard at 2:30 pm 2 April 2009. This is because the court ruling in such a case is quite likely going to draw a clear-cut line on the power of the rulers.

    I strongly believe that the requirement for a vote of confidence in the legislature shall be made a case law for all future Menteri Besars and future Prime Ministers to follow in order to uphold the rule of law in Malaysia. I believe the rulers of Malaysia will be wise enough of wanting the uphold of the rule of law because the operationability of the privileged royal pardon systems shall require the proper functioning of the rule of law.

    The rule of law is the only viable method to ensure the long-term survival of the political system of constitutional manarchy in Malaysia.

  27. #27 by ALLAN THAM on Wednesday, 1 April 2009 - 1:13 pm

    Nothing is impossible in this Bolehland.

    After reading PNSB funding KT and gangs Disney Paris trip, that included his maid. I am illusion on why paying taxes now?

    YB can you enlighten me? Why should we pay our taxes for the crook to suck at their fancy?

  28. #28 by ALLAN THAM on Wednesday, 1 April 2009 - 1:17 pm

    MCA & GERAKAN IN Selangor should resigned en block to redeemed you sin to allowed KT rape of Selangor tax payer money for ages.

  29. #29 by AhPek on Wednesday, 1 April 2009 - 1:23 pm

    ‘This is your chance to poke your head up out of the trench into the wheezing bullets.’ OrangRojak.

    You have sure caught the Archilles heel of most of the commenters here if not all.You don’t find many RPKs around,possibly him only.But we do find more and more followers willing to brave the chemically laced water and flip the tear gas canisters back to the throwers.Admittedly there are still many only content to sit in front of their keyboards voicing their disgust.

  30. #30 by timmyskh on Wednesday, 1 April 2009 - 1:23 pm

    To date, I still believe, despite our differences, there are some common hopes and common dreams that bind us together that will never break.

    Hoping the country to move forward with good leaders is certainly one of the common dream and hope. None of the PR and good will leaders from BN willing to take this common hope and common dream to unite the people and demanded that we deserved better leaders.

    It’s not that we are writing about these now, we were writing about this many months ahead, we gave suggestions (lots of them), but all our politicians just caught with events and chances to continue discrediting the other side without looking into the long term.

    We are all at fault, our previous generation are even more guilty for allowing this rampant destructive culture for than 50 years. Our generation has to do so much to clear up for our previous generation mistakes: we have to save the earth, correct people perception and now we have to do our part to save the country — eventually everything falls back on our generation.

    This lesson tells us that if we don’t do anything this generation, our next generation will suffer the consequences.

  31. #31 by tak pe lah on Wednesday, 1 April 2009 - 1:29 pm

    That is the proctocol for CRIME MINISTER for najis, but not protokol for Prime Minister.

  32. #32 by k1980 on Wednesday, 1 April 2009 - 1:36 pm

    gnustiy Says: Najib said he would reform NEP

    gnustiy, today is April 1st.

  33. #33 by yhsiew on Wednesday, 1 April 2009 - 1:39 pm

    It is a sign that Najis is exerting even greater pressure on Abdullah to quit the PM seat. Abdullah is wise not to disclose the power transfer date.

    The palace must stand firm to resist Najis iron-fist rule.

  34. #34 by Onlooker Politics on Wednesday, 1 April 2009 - 1:48 pm

    “Abdullah is wise not to disclose the power transfer date.” (yhsiew)

    Definitely, Abdullah is wise at this occasion because he understands very well that he has no power to decide when Najib shall be appointed as the new Prime Minister of Malaysia. The power of appointing a Prime Minister is vested in the hand of the Agong, based on the constitutional requirement which stipulates that the person to be appointed must command the majority of the lower house of the legislature, i.e. the Dewan Rakyat.

    Najib has to convince the Agong that he already commands the majority of the Dewan Rakyat before he can be appointed as the new Prime Minister of Malaysia.

  35. #35 by localgrad on Wednesday, 1 April 2009 - 3:58 pm

    Hi Allan and friends,

    u do not understand MCA and gerakan la, they have no balls and tails waggling in between 2 legs la.

    wander where got such pathetic doggy politician on earth one. so difficult better go plant banana trees la.

    everyday shouting that u dun agree this policy tat policy, aren’t u the governing party? y shouting outside like the opposition? answer me la u stupid so call PHds, Drs and big head mechanic.

  36. #36 by localgrad on Wednesday, 1 April 2009 - 4:01 pm

    AAB, if u r a man, must at least show najisss u r still the legitimate PM until YDP AGONG consent on your resignation.

    btw, takut pa? u got 83 MPs will support u as PM, get another 30 from yout fraction la.

    but i know u, your personality wont allows u to do tat, sad sad.

  37. #37 by frankyapp on Wednesday, 1 April 2009 - 5:16 pm

    These power crazy umno top leaders/umnoputras/warlords can do anything they like,illegally, uncontitutionally,undemoncratically and no body can stop them. The police,the AG,JC or even the Army can do nothing let alone the Agung or sultan/raja raja can do anything to stop these powercrazycharged monsters. Should these power hungers go ahead as schedule to the PM’s official swearing in ,ceremony without the official resignation of AAB and the consultation and agreement of the King or Agung ,than the umno youth common slogan of ” daulat tuanku ” will become a laughting stock of the Nation and the whole world.It will also re-afirmed the hypocrisy of Umno youth,umno putrei and umno as a whole. The rakyat is watching,the whole world is also watching and Almighty God too is watching.

  38. #38 by boh-liao on Wednesday, 1 April 2009 - 6:58 pm

    Royal consent needed?
    C’mon, LKS, surely an experienced MP like you must know that the ultimate power in this land is in the hands of Umnoputras – what Umnoputras want, Umnoputras get. Period.

    Furthermore, RM had spoken and no one, not even the royalties, can interfere with the destined path that both NR and RM are ascending. Hail Cesar!

  39. #39 by Onlooker Politics on Wednesday, 1 April 2009 - 8:12 pm

    “Furthermore, RM had spoken and no one, not even the royalties, can interfere with the destined path that both NR and RM are ascending.” (boh-liao)


    Are you serious about your belief that RM’s soothsaying words about the destiny for NR and RM for ascending would come true?

    The very sharp soothsayer who lives next door to my home just told me that he saw some bloody colour blushing on NR’s lips. It is a bad omen for such a red colour to be brightly shown on a male’s lips. The soothsayer said that it was an indication of bloodthirsty symptom which might cause some bloodshed! So, you had better watched out from now on!

  40. #40 by badak on Wednesday, 1 April 2009 - 10:40 pm

    With the police ,MACC , and the rakyat,s Money in their hands BN and UMNO can do wonders.
    Most important there are still fence sitters who are still voting for the band of thiefs.
    Ali RUSTAM ban in UMNO but still the CM of M,CCA. KHAIRY caught for money politics can still win. In BOLEH LAND Power is everything.

  41. #41 by zak_hammaad on Wednesday, 1 April 2009 - 11:16 pm

    Pakatan really is now clutching at straws and desperate for newsworthy items to comment on.

    The title of this page does not make sense at all. PM Badawi has invited Najib to accompany him to his audience with the Yang di-Pertuan Agong tomorrow, where he will seek royal consent to step down as premier.

    Najib specifically stated: “Subject to the Agong’s consent, then Friday will be the (swearing-in) ceremony. I haven’t had an audience with the Agong yet and hopefully he would graciously give his consent.”

    There is nothing to debate here, so why must Lim Kit waste our time with such frivilous matters!?

  42. #42 by boh-liao on Thursday, 2 April 2009 - 1:35 am

    Perhaps William Shakespeare had forseen what is happening here when he wrote Macbeth!

    “When shall we three meet again” – Guess the three people!

    “All hail, Macbeth, thou shalt be king hereafter!” – Replace Macbeth with NR and king with PM.

    “Glamis, and thane of Cawdor! The greatest is behind.” – Analogous to after DPM, then PM.

    “Come to my woman’s breasts, And take my milk for gall, you murdering ministers, Wherever in your sightless substances You wait on nature’s mischief!” said Lady Macbeth. Who is the modern avatar of Lady MacB?

    “I have given suck, and know How tender ’tis to love the babe that milks me: I would, while it was smiling in my face, Have pluck’d my nipple from his boneless gums, And dash’d the brains out, had I so sworn as you Have done to this.” – Amazing Lady MacB!

    “Go get some water, And wash this filthy witness from your hand.”

    “O gentle lady, ‘Tis not for you to hear what I can speak: The repetition, in a woman’s ear, Would murder as it fell.” – Guess who was telling who that someone was C4ed.

    “Here’s the smell of the blood still: all the perfumes of Arabia will not sweeten this little hand. Oh, oh, oh!” – Will the modern avatar suffer the same fate as Lady MacB?

    “The queen, my lord, is dead.” – Queen = Lady MacB.

    “Re-enter Macduff, with Macbeth’s head”

    William Shakespeare was truly marvellous in seeing the future!

  43. #43 by HJ Angus on Thursday, 2 April 2009 - 7:50 am

    A case of life imitating art?
    WS was truly a great writer and like many great writers and poets, he drew inspiration from current and past events.
    Thus some characters were parodies of people the writers wanted to criticise and they did this in an oblique manner.
    Otherwise, “OFF with his head!”(Alice in Wonderland?)
    Yeah, I studied Macbeth in 1966 but still some phrases can be recalled – we had excellent Lit teachers like Brother Vincent in St. Michael’s in Ipoh.

    There is another quote that is appropriate from Macbeth for AAB:
    “There is no art to find the mind’s construction in the face”.

  44. #44 by disapointed86 on Thursday, 2 April 2009 - 8:15 am

    well..i believe its a slap on the face to the KING….is the KING do exist in the eyes of the UMNO MPs’?..what has been done is that the KING has no choice but to grant the wish of AAB?…what if ? what if the royal highness didnt grant the wish??..isnt it a joke for all that had happened?

  45. #45 by La Pax on Thursday, 2 April 2009 - 11:02 am

    If i’m not wrong, last night I heard news announced that the nana will follow the current PM to the palace it true or april fool hahahhhahaha. If it’s true but why the nana is so kbc? is the nana wanna know everything, means won’t trust the PM.

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