Monday, March 7, 2011

Kesian Ibrahim Ali.. baru bodek dah kena hentam dengan Nazri Aziz

Biarpun Ibrahim Ali bersungguh-sungguh memuji kejayaan UMNO/BN dalam PRK Kerdau dan Merlimau yang telah berlangsung semalam (sila baca di SINI), namun sikitpun tidak dihargai oleh Menteri di Jabatan Perdana Menteri Nazri Aziz.

Malah dicabar pula oleh Nazri Aziz supaya PERKASA bertanding dalam PRU13 nanti dibawah lambang mereka sendiri, menurut Nazri beliau tiada masaalah untuk berdepan dengan sesiapa saja yang bertanding di Padang Rengas termasuk Presiden PERKASA Ibrahim Ali sendiri..

Kenapa Nazri mencabar Ibrahim Ali.. korang bacalah dibawah..

Kesian Ibrahim Ali.. baru nak bodek dah kena hentam dengan Nazri.. kah..kah..kah..

Nazri dares Perkasa

KUALA KANGSAR: Malay rights group Perkasa should send its leaders to contest in the next general election under its own banner, Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department Datuk Seri Nazri Aziz said.

He added the group could do what they wanted if it managed to get the people’s mandate and win big in the elections.

Nazri also challenged Perkasa to field its candidate to compete with him in his parliamentary constituency in Padang Rengas.

“I have no problem in facing any candidate, including Perkasa president Datuk Ibrahim Ali,” he said after opening the Padang Rengas Umno branch meeting at Kati near here on Saturday.

He was responding on the group’s opposition to the idea to drop the race column from forms issued by the civil service and the private sector.

On March 2, 1Malaysia Foundation chairman Prof Dr Chandra Muzaffar called on private and government agencies to drop the word “bangsa” (race) from forms to strengthen unity and work towards realising the 1Malaysia concept.

Nazri said the proposal was a “good idea” and he fully supported it.

The proposal could enhance the relationship between the people as they would not be profiled by race anymore.

“We can identify the race of any individual merely based on their names,” he added, saying that his own name clearly defines him as a Malay.

Many official forms require Malaysians to declare their race, which has come under criticism from some quarters for creating polarisation in the nation’s multiracial society.

The Star



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