malaysianinsider | ... Opposition leaders are also acknowledging the fact that Malaysians were getting "frustrated and angry" over the many "delays", and some are already saying that a change of government may not happen any time soon.
While Anwar has made no statements so far, his party's information chief Tian Chua claimed that contact had been made with Prime Minister Datuk Seri Abdullah Badawi.
The claim was swiftly denied by Abdullah, who said "that's the craziest report", when asked to comment on the claim as reported by a news agency today.
Chua claimed that PR intermediaries had been in touch with Abdullah over Anwar's demand for a smooth transition of power.
Anwar had also demanded the PM reconvene Parliament today for a vote of no confidence against the BN government."We get the sense that the PM's stance is softening," he told The Malaysian Insider today, in reference to proposed discussions concerning a transition of power to Pakatan Rakyat.
He added that this was because the premier was being threatened not just by Pakatan Rakyat but by his own colleagues in Umno who were "unfriendly" as compared to the opposition.
But even the maverick Batu MP admits that things have come to an impasse in their ambitions to topple the BN government and acknowledged that people are becoming "frustrated and angry" with the delays.... selanjutnya.