IMPOSSIBLE WITHIN THE POSSIBILITY
Politics is an art of impossible.
That is the saying of the learnt ones.
In politics, today a person may have good relationship with his close associates but tomorrow, it may not be the same way.
It is interesting to note that in Malaysia, we do have a number of examples which suits the description on the above.
If you have been following the news on talks about the emergence of PAS and UMNO, it is likely that the issue would have been worth saying about the impossibility in politics.
Recently a former Chief Minister from a Pakatan Rakyat led state, proposed a merger between PAS and UMNO. He had also stated that this is important for the sake of the Malays and it is fine if PAS continues to become the Chief Minister, had this merger becomes a reality.
He adds, in order for the development of the country and to achieve the Vision 2020, both parties must have a political stability and it is interesting to note that those things can be achieved if UMNO and PAS are willing to co-operate.
PAS spiritual leader, Ustaz Nik Aziz Nik Mat had even suggested that the two parties have to be dissolved and together they form a new party. To add spice to the story, Perak Chief Minister Datuk Seri Mohmad Nizar Jamaluddin had said Perak PAS was in principle agreement to a merger of the two parties.
We had yet to hear any statement by Pakatan Rakyat de-facto leader Anwar Ibrahim.
What we heard was rumours of him contesting in the Kulim-Bandar Bharu parliamentary (Jose, itu kawasan kampung aku tu!!) if there were any by election in the future after former candidate Aziz Sheikh Fadzir had issued an election petition on the result of the recent election. And it is also interesting to note that former associate and PKR Youth Chief Ezam Mohd Nor is willing to contest in that seat to fight against Anwar.
Now, think about what I had said earlier.
Is politics an art of impossible?
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