RJ Rithaudeen: Anwar is a natural born liar, signed “transition agreement” doesn’t exist.

If Anwar isn’t satisfied, he should either lodge a police report against me or produce the so-called “transition agreement” bearing both his and Mahathir’s signatures. Source (pic): TTF Files

Anwar couldn’t possibly have been party to a PH “consensus agreement” as he was in prison at the time of agreement.

Put two and two together, and you will see just why there are now claims of “two succession documents,” each outlining a “transition plan” that nobody seems sure was signed at all.

And that isn’t even the biggest irony yet.

The biggest irony is, despite all these interviews, news conferences and press statements Anwar’s been giving, he has yet to affirm if he himself was party to any of these ‘agreements’ or if Mahathir himself was involved in any of them.

I am absolutely, 100 per cent certain that there is no signed agreement between Mahathir and Anwar to the effect that the latter will be made Prime Minister.


SUBANG JAYA: Tan Sri Rais Yatim had a message today for Dato’ Seri Anwar Ibrahim. The message was, “you’re not going to be Prime Minister.

“Period.”

Hours ago, the PPBM council member and Home-Minister-to-be was reported as saying there was no “black and white” suggesting Anwar would succeed Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad as Prime Minister.


“I don’t see that there’s an agreement. In politics, there is no agreement unless it’s black and white.

“Although PH has spoken about this, this is not something concrete — that he shall be the prime minister after two years. So, politics and government being what they are, I think the public has a better flow of thought to determine it,” he said.

PKR was swift to respond.

Hours ago, the party’s leadership council pointed to a ‘joint statement’ that outlined Mahathir as being Pakatan Harapan’s choice candidate for the role of Prime Minister and Anwar, his successor.

“PKR is satisfied with the transition plan for the prime minister as set out in the Pakatan Harapan consensus document which was jointly agreed by all key leaders, as announced on January 7, 2018, at the Pakatan Harapan convention at Ideal Convention Centre, Selangor.

“Mahathir and the Pakatan Harapan presidential council have also stood by this arrangement,” the leadership council said in a statement, which was issued after a political bureau meeting this afternoon.

But Rais was referring to something else altogether.

On the 10th of May 2019, Anwar told iFlix’s Hot Ones Malaysia host Maya Karin that “there was an agreement that was signed, and it will be honoured.” No mention was ever made as to who signed the agreement.

And neither did PKR earlier today when it spoke of a “consensus” document that allegedly involved “all key (Pakatan Harapan) leaders.”

Not only did the party fail to establish if the document was signed, Anwar appeared to be referring to something else altogether when he spoke to Maya Karin.

The reason?

He couldn’t possibly have been party to the consensus agreement as he was in prison at the time of agreement.

Put two and two together, and you will see just why there are now claims of “two succession documents,” each outlining a “transition plan” that nobody seems sure was signed at all.

And that isn’t even the biggest irony yet.

The biggest irony is, despite all these interviews, news conferences and press statements Anwar’s been giving, he has yet to affirm if he himself was party to any of these ‘agreements’ or if Mahathir himself was involved in any of them.

So here’s the deal – I am absolutely, 100 per cent certain that there is no signed agreement between Mahathir and Anwar to the effect that the latter will be made Prime Minister.

As a matter of fact, there exists no document whatsoever that spells out a leadership transition plan bearing signatures from the two of them.

If Anwar isn’t satisfied, he should either lodge a police report against me for making these ‘preposterous’ claims or produce the so-called “transition agreement” bearing both his and Mahathir’s signatures.

Rais made two things plain – that Mahathir prefers Azmin over Anwar as Prime Minister and that the latter of the two can kiss his premiership ambitions goodbye.

While I’m pleased to hear the second part, I maintain, that Mahathir should consider negotiating terms with UMNO, Amanah, PAS and willing parties from PKR towards turning Tengku Razaleigh Hamzah into the eighth Prime Minister of Malaysia.

GBN will render assistance in every way possible to turn this into reality and see to it that the Malay-Muslims and Bumiputras understand why it is necessary to reject Anwar.

At the end of the day, a Malaysia without Anwar is always a better Malaysia to live in.

RJ RITHAUDEEN


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