Wednesday, April 2, 2008

Mahathir calls for rebellion in Malaysia

Mahatir calls for rebellion in Malaysia
Malaysia Sun
Tuesday 1st April, 2008

Former Malaysian leader Mahathir Mohammad has urged supporters to openly rebel against the prime minister.

At a conference, about 2,000 members of the United Malay National Organisation party heard Mahatir speak against the party's leader, Prime Minister Abdullah Ahmad Badawi.

Mahathir accused Abdullah of failing to curb unbridled corruption, nepotism and cronyism, and called on him to resign.

The meeting's agenda was to analyse the massive losses suffered by Abdullah's National Front ruling coalition in the March 8th general elections.

The volatile meeting quickly turned into vocal mass criticism of the 68-year-old prime minister, who still insists he has the full support of his party.

1 comment:

Unknown said...

tis is called the pot calling the kettle black... hahahaahah