UMNO’s Deputy president is quoted saying that Malaysian democracy must be better and stronger than before and going on to say that “recent events” had uncovered the weakness and fragility of Malaysia’s democracy.
You can say that again! Or less politely and obliquely that a group of political gangsters had, with top level support, imposed an illegal dictatorship and are continuing to keep it afloat by massive bribery and corruption and the suspension of democracy.
None the less it is encouraging to see a top level UNNO personality publicly criticising the PN gangster administration and the sooner UMNO heeds the advice of its bosses and quits PN the better. The subsequent general election will let UMNO know exactly how it is viewed by the voters after sixty plus years in power.