Team Anwar in dilemma following no confidence vote expose

In an apparent show of force, Mahathir added two more years to the original two-year agreement he undertook with leaders of the ruling Pakatan Harapan. Source (pic): TTF Files

Dato’ Seri Anwar Ibrahim’s planned vote of no confidence against Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad is believed to have hit a snag following the just released expose of the intended coup attempt (follow link below).

In an apparent show of force, Mahathir more or less told Anwar to “go to hell” by adding two more years to the original two-year agreement he undertook with leaders of the ruling Pakatan Harapan.

According to the unsigned agreement, he would helm government for a period not more than two years before handing over its reins to Anwar.

Despite repeated claims to the contrary, Anwar was never party to the agreement as he was serving jail time back when it was made.


PETALING JAYA: Dato’ Seri Anwar Ibrahim’s planned vote of no confidence against Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad is believed to have hit a snag following the just released expose of the intended coup attempt (follow link below).

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It is said that phones are ringing all round with certain PKR leaders curious as to how news of the coup plot was leaked.

Meanwhile, Anwar has been busy driving the impression that things between him and Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad are “top notch.”


His latest tweet touching on discussions between the duo appears to be a desperate attempt to shift conversations away from rumours that their relationship is nearing flash point.

This follows an interview with CNBC in which Mahathir more or less told Anwar to “go to hell.”

In an apparent show of force, the Prime Minister added two more years to the original two-year agreement he undertook with leaders of the ruling Pakatan Harapan.

According to the unsigned agreement, he would helm government for a period not more than two years before handing over its reins to Anwar.

Despite repeated claims to the contrary, Anwar was never party to the agreement as he was serving jail time back when it was made.

Truth is, Mahathir had all along wanted Dato’ Seri Azmin Ali to replace him but is now also considering naming a third party with little political baggage as his potential successor.

Regardless, he intends to end Anwar’s political career once and for all and is about to wage an out-and-out war against the PKR president and his cabal of supporters.

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