最新驚人消息【傳巫統黨內逼迫】主席月底下台?這次真的有戲看了

最新驚人消息【傳巫統黨內逼迫】主席月底下台?這次真的有戲看了!

巫統黨內逼迫主席阿末扎希下台的暗流洶湧,如今更傳出阿末扎希已同意讓位的傳聞。

傳巫統黨內領袖逼宮,扎希月底卸主席職?

繼10月提控後的接連【告假】呼聲,巫統黨內逼迫主席阿末扎希下台的暗流似乎沒有平靜下來,如今更傳出阿末扎希已同意讓位的傳聞。

《新海峽時報》報道,巫統黨內部分人士相信,阿末扎希已【同意】年底前卸位,並接納黨內資深領袖所制定的退位路線圖。

相關報道也聲稱,黨內多股勢力都希望阿末扎希下台,其中更有兩名資深領袖分別拉攏了30名及38名巫統國會議員,施壓要求扎希卸下黨主席職。

此外,報道指出,一名巫統前國會議員直言,阿末扎希下台是【巫統唯一的前進辦法】,而阿末扎希自己也承認這一點。

他聲稱,近乎所有的巫統48名國會議員,支持阿末扎希卸職。

另一名巫統消息人士則指出,倒阿末扎希的運作已有數周的時間,而且爭取到了大部分巫統最高理事的支持——雖然這些人之前懼怕受對付而裹足不前。

其中一名資深領袖成功拉攏了大約30名國會議員,並在過去幾周取得了進展,而涉及者多數效忠於首相馬哈迪。

多股勢力運作推翻扎希

而另一名極資深的國會議員則說明,事實上,倒阿末扎希的勢力不只一個,巫統內部還有其他勢力正在試圖推翻黨主席。

是的,的確是有一名資深領袖拉攏了30名國會議員,但每個人都知道還有另一名資深領袖掌握38名(巫統)國會議員的支持。他們必然會合作,因為(雙方)大多數國會議員都是相同的人。

反正到最後,這些國會議員將決定阿末扎希的去留。他們(國會議員們)是黨的代表,也是巫統在國會的代表。

他表示,由於扎希的負面形象,黨內許多領袖要求扎希下台。

我們知道有些人反對(推翻扎希),但我們須要接受這是大部分人的心愿。

敗選者所釋放的流言?

不過,《新海峽時報》報道,另一些巫統國會議員表示,未聽聞阿末扎希即將下台的傳聞。

巫統副主席伊斯邁沙比里在受詢時即表示【不】,而阿末馬斯蘭則稱沒必要這麼做。

阿末馬斯蘭表示,這只是一些黨選失利者所製造的【流言】。

有人依然拒絕接受自己失敗而他人勝利的事實。

扎希親信拒證實或否認

而阿末扎希身邊的親信則不願證實或否認消息,只表示,阿末扎希清楚自己的所為,他(扎希)在過去幾年保持樂觀與開朗。

我們希望一直維持這狀態。

阿末扎希是於6月30日當選為巫統主席,也是巫統丟失聯邦政權後的首任黨舵手。

但阿末扎希的領導也一直備受黨內批評,包括了在6月份推動尋求與希盟政黨合作;棄戰公正黨黨主席安華下戰的波德申補選等。

而阿末扎希於10月中旬被控45條罪,包括洗錢、受賄與刑事失信罪。他全然否認有罪,並形容這是上蒼給予的一個考驗,而他誓要在法庭證明清白。

隨之,黨內也一再傳出要求阿末扎希告假的壓力,包括了巫統最高理事會也商討是否要其告假,讓扎希飽受壓力。

In the month of marriages, Umno may ‘divorce’ Zahid

KUALA LUMPUR: While December is a month when Malay couples get married and hold their wedding receptions, a Malay political party is looking at 「divorcing」 its president instead.

And certain quarters believe that the said president, Datuk Seri Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi, has 「consented」 to part ways with the party, Umno, before the year is over as he accepts the 「divorce」 terms, detailing a clear road map for his political future and position, which has been drawn up by senior party leaders.

A veteran Umno member of parliament told the New Straits Times that 「this is the only way forward for Umno」.

「This is something that Zahid and other Umno MPs can agree on,」 he said, claiming that 98 per cent of the 48 Umno MPs have agreed to it.

A party insider said the move, which had been in the pipeline for the past few weeks, has gained the support of a majority of the party’s Supreme Council members.

The NST had in recent months reported on efforts to oust Zahid, but this had come to naught as senior leaders and Supreme Council members had refrained from making the move for fear

of a backlash. However, this current move is said to be in full gear.

「One senior leader has gathered about 30 MPs. They have made progress in the past few weeks. When will it (the move to oust Zahid) take place? Your guess is as good as mine,」 he said, adding that most of those involved in the plan are Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad’s loyalists.

Another long-serving MP corroborated the move to remove Zahid, but said that not one, but several moves are being engineered by leaders.

「Yes, it is true that one senior leader has 30 MPs with him, but everyone knows there is another senior who has the support of 38 MPs. They are bound to collaborate as most of the MPs are the same people.

「At the end of the day, these MPs will decide whether Zahid stays or leaves. They (the MPs) are the ones representing the party and the people in Parliament,」 he said.

He said many leaders in the party want Zahid to step down as he had projected Umno negatively.

「We know there are those against this (Zahid’s removal), but we have to accept what the majority wants,」 he said.

Political analyst Dr Sivamurugan Pandian said if it is true that Zahid is willing to leave, it will prove that 「he wants to save Umno. It will also allow him to focus on his (money-laundering) charges as well, making way for someone else to assume his role in the party.」

However, he said, Zahid needed to be cautious because every move he makes could jeopardise the party, which needs to unite to remain relevant.

Many, he said, had been critical of Zahid as he had failed to show the direction forward.

「Since May 9, he has been struggling to show leadership,」 he said.

The Universiti Sains Malaysia professor said many scenarios and theories are being bandied about, including on MPs planning to jump ship and the establishment of a new party.

He said these actions could actually create more crises in Umno and, as such, it is better for the leadership to set a clear goal before entering 2019.

「There are lots of rumours going around and these rumours can become real, but they can also create camps in the party.

「There’s a lot of uncertainty, but it depends now on what they want to do with the party. They say everyone has his own numbers, but for a better 2019, make it clear where all these efforts are headed,」 he said.

He believed, however, that Umno needs a more solid proposal.

Sivamurugan said if Umno MPs are planning to be independents, they need to chart their next course of action as they would not want to be forced to stand alone in case no other party want to take them in.

Dr Oh Ei Sun from the Asian Strategy and Leadership Institute said Umno, with its sizeable party assets and also a large number of MPs, is still a viable party.

However, he said, the party needs to first distance itself from what is popularly viewed as extremism, such as aligning with the theocratic past and also fanning racial and religious sentiments. Umno also needs to rejuvenate itself by installing young and progressive leaders.

「Getting rid of old faces is a baby step towards rejuvenating the party. Zahid has to either step up to show some leadership or step back,」 he said.

In contrast to Zahid, he said former party president Datuk Seri Najib Razak seems to be back in his trained economist mode, trying to marshall figures and numbers to counter the new government’s policies.

However, he said, it is clear Najib will not replace Zahid either as both of them are mired in court cases.

He thinks Rembau MP and former Youth chief Khairy Jamaluddin could be the chosen one to helm Umno as others 「were not charismatic enough」.

However, a handful of other MPs claim to be in the dark about this development. It could also mean that they do not want to talk about it, for fear that it would not happen.

Umno vice-president Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob said 「no」, while Pontian MP Datuk Seri Ahmad Maslan said there is no need to act in such a manner, when asked about it.

Ahmad described it as 「rumours created by those unsatisfied about losing the presidency.

「There are those who refuse to accept that they have lost and others have won,」 he said.

Those in Zahid’s circle have neither confirmed nor denied that such a plan is in the works, but said their boss knows what he is doing.

「He (Zahid) has been positive and happy for the past few days. Let’s hope it stays that way,」 one said.

Then again, a 「divorce」 with a favourable 「separation agreement」 can put a smile on anyone’s face.

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