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Sunday, May 31, 2020

BIGGEST JOKE IN TOWN – MAHATHIR & MUHYIDDIN BOTH WANT TO STAY PRIME MINISTER – YET NEITHER CAN EVEN MANAGE THEIR PARTY, LET ALONE GOVERN MALAYSIA! – AS EXCHANGE OF INSULTS HEAT UP, SYED SADDIQ REVEALS HAMZAH CALLED MUHYIDDIN ‘POWER HUNGRY’ – ‘HE WANTED TO BE PM, THAT’S WHY HE KEPT ATTACKING NAJIB’ – YET THE SAME GOES FOR DR M!

PUTRAJAYA: PPBM secretary-general Hamzah Zainudin once described Muhyiddin Yassin as a “power hungry” leader who wanted to topple Najib’s Razak’s administration, Muar MP Syed Saddiq Syed Abdul Rahman claimed today.
He said Hamzah, who was then an Umno Supreme Council member, had told him Muhyiddin wanted to become the prime minister just before the last general election.
“That was why he (Muhyiddin) kept on attacking Najib,” he said at a press conference here.
Syed Saddiq, whose membership in PPBM was terminated on Thursday together with those of Dr Mahathir Mohamad, his son Mukhriz, Maszlee Malik and Amiruddin Hamzah, said Hamzah had also tried to “pull him out” of PPBM.
Noting that Hamzah was now holding “a powerful position” in the party, he reminded Muhyiddin that “he needs to know who his friends and foes are during his good and bad times”.
“You were labelled as someone who is power hungry,” the former youth and sports minister told the prime minister and PPBM president.
He said he was raising the issue as “PPBM was created for those who are willing to sacrifice personal rewards for the sake of better Malaysia”.
Hamzah joined PPBM in 2019 and was appointed secretary-general on March 26, 2020. Before that, the position was held by Marzuki Yahaya, who is seen as being aligned to Mahathir. FREE MALAYSIA TODAY

Bersatu youth wants party polls fast-tracked to resolve crisis

Bersatu youth chief Syed Saddiq Syed Abdul Rahman wants the party to call for an extraordinary general meeting and for internal polls to be sped up to resolve its current crisis. – The Malaysian Insight pic by Nazir Sufari, May 31, 2020.
Its chief Syed Saddiq Syed Abdul Rahman said Bersatu youth is firm on its stand that the termination of party chairman Dr Mahathir Mohamad and five other Supreme Council members’ membership was unconstitutional.Supreme council members aligned to party president Muhyiddin Yassin said they had unanimously agreed to revoke Dr Mahathir’s membership along with four other party leaders.
They are deputy president Mukhriz Mahathir (Jerlun), youth chief Syed Saddiq Syed Abdul Rahman (Muar), supreme council member Maszlee Malik (Simpang Renggam) and Amiruddin Hamzah (Kubang Pasu).
“And not by a person who was from Umno and joined Bersatu,” he said in a press conference in Putrajaya.
Syed Saddiq said their membership termination was unfair as they were not called to defend themselves.
He said it was frustrating because Bersatu’s constitution outlines the rights for members and gave them the right to defend themselves.
“The constitution was framed based on Muhyiddin’s experience after he was deposed as Umno deputy president. He was not called to the disciplinary board and asked to defend himself when he was sacked.
“When we drafted the constitution, we did not include the clause which gives the absolute right for any party to abolish a membership as per Umno constitution,” he said.
On Thursday, Bersatu’s organising secretary Muhammad Shuhaimi Yahya sent termination letters to Dr Mahathir and four others aligned to him.
Suhaimi’s letter said that their party memberships had ceased with immediate effect because of their decision to sit in the federal opposition bloc during the May 18 Dewan Rakyat proceedings.
Their terminations were based on two articles in the party constitution – that they had declared quitting Bersatu, and had joined another party.
However, all five disputed their terminations, calling the move unlawful and without basis in the party’s constitution.  THE MALAYSIAN INSIGHT
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