"Good riddance Zahrain.No loss to Pakatan" say Pakatan leaders.
What more can they say.
Malaysian Insider is now officially the spokesman for PKR.This news portal has never been accurate in its prediction of the political development in this country.
Quote: "Fact is, PKR should count itself fortunate that Zahrain decided to take the plunge and leave the party as it has never had the stomach to tick off or kick out members. It has always been a case of a disgruntled few leaving and denouncing the leadership since its early days as Parti KeAdilan Nasional in 1999.
For PKR, Zahrain’s resignation is an opportunity to spring-clean the party and get rid of the selfish who are just there because they are loyal to Anwar. PKR needs men and women of principle and those who won’t wilt or cry because they don’t get attention or money".Unquote
The Malaysian Insider full editorial here.
PKR strategic director Chua Tian Chang said that Zahrain was facing disciplinary action to explain why he should not be sacked.
Tian Chua, you are not very good at face saving.That's a lot of baloney.PKR didn't dare sack him because every MP you lose is a gain for the BN irrespective of whether they join the BN or not.
Watch Zulkifli Nordin, he is next to go.Azan Ismail is another one on the exit list.
The crack in PKR is widening.Anwar Ibrahim is not an effective leader.He will lose most of the disgruntled Malay elected representatives before the year end.
Other than Penang, PKR led Selangor is another case of Pakatan's dictatorial style of government.A government headed by a vengeful leader.
Menteri Besat Khalid Ibrahim refused payment and ask payment to be returned to YBK just because the foundation refused to appoint him as Chairman.
His indulgence into this brand of politics would come with a high price.Loss of more elected representatives and the loss of Malay support in Selangor.
But than Khalid doesn't need Malay support.That's what he probably think.