Friday, March 14, 2008

Manage power transitions with responsibility

I joined some friends in KL's international diplomatic community just now for lunch to compare our observations and analyses on the post-election situation, and we share the view that while the majority of the people are generally mature, some politicians and a segment of the mainstream media should be more prudent in making statements so as to preserve social stability and harmony in this period of power transitions so that the climate of investment would not be adversely affected for the entire country. The world is watching Malaysia now.


Blogger Monsterball said...

Some people who have thought they would be in power forever suddenly find themselves without a position.

Some people who have been in opposition forever suddenly find they have to act and talk like a government.

Going to be a very sensitive period in Malaysia next few months.
I pray that wisdom and care for what's best for all the people prevails.

2:43 AM  
Blogger Unknown said...

I do hope that all rakyat give Pak Lah a chance to re-demonstrate his capabilty and leadership in BN and UMNO

Regardless whether he is open or insensitive to all the issues we faced, we are allowed to demonstrate and put our view on blogs and Internet.

There is not difference iF you were to compare the tension of pre-election 2008 to the overtures of Operation Lalang

Mahathir suppresed us but Pak Lah let us match

We should not listen to Mahathir , he is just an opportunist

At least Pak Lah has yet to make any racist statement personlly so far

8:53 PM  

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