malaysianinsider |Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim declared last night that he would announce in a week or two his plan to run for Parliament and also have a number of Barisan Nasional MPs from Sabah and Sarawak to join him – to make good his prediction to form the federal government by Malaysia Day..
“I want to see how much they (BN) are willing to spend (in the by-election). By that time (the by-election), our friends from Sabah, Sarawak and the Peninsular would be joining us,” Anwar told a crowd of thousands people at the Jugra stadium in Kuala Langat here, about 100km from Kuala Lumpur, late last night.
He added that it was necessary for him and the federal opposition to take over the government because the country was facing an economic crisis caused by BN’s mismanagement.
“I can tell you that things will get worse in two months,” he told the cheering crowd.
For the first time also, Anwar admitted that the opposition coalition Pakatan Rakyat had somewhat failed to convince the rural Malays to support the coalition.
“Based on our findings, the poor trusts Umno more,” he said, urging his staunch supporters, mainly teachers and civil servants, to explain to the villagers of Pakatan’s struggle…. selanjutnya.