siku harakahdaily: Detik mula perubahan ke arah kerajaan baru 16 September
Sekarang ini Barisan Nasional menghadapi masalah paling besar. Hasrat Umno untuk kekal berkuasa dengan mengekslpoitasikan isu Melayu dan agama diketepikan rakyat.
Gerakan sepatutnya berfikir semula untuk meneruskan hasrat keluar BN.
MCA yang terbahagi kepada dua pendapat, semakin cenderung meninggalkan BN
Kedudukan Perdana Menteri, Dato' Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi terumbang ambing, Dato' Seri Mohd Najib Tun Razak pula hampir pasti tidak berpeluang menjadi PM.
Parti Umno yang sedang menghadapi mesyuarat bahagian dan pemilihan Majlis Tertinggi sekarang semakin hampir terkubur.
Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad mungkin patut memikirkan secara serius untuk berhijrah keluar negara,
manakala Khairy Jamaluddin Abu Bakar, Mohamed Ezam Md Nor dan para kroni mereka harus bersedia menelan segala muntah dan sumpah seranah yang dihamburkan kepada Dato' Seri Anwar Ibrahim.
Ada seorang lagi pembelit besar yang tiba-tiba menyerang Anwar tanpa memikir risiko yang bakal menimpanya. Dato' S. Nallakaruppan. Adeii Nalla..yenge poringge..? (Mana lu mau pergi). Mana lu mau taruk lu punya muka sekarang!
Hari ini pemimpin-pemimpin utama Umno/ BN terpaksa berhadapan secara 'live' dengan Anwar dan rakan-rakan dalam Pakatan Rakyat.
Sejak dari PRU 8 Mac lepas, laluan mereka di Parlimen tidak lagi mudah. Mereka semakin sukar sekarang ini berhadapan dengan Anwar – PM yang dinanti-nantikan.
Mulai hari ini, usaha membentuk Kerajaan Pakatan Rakyat semakin hampir. Itulah kehendak rakyat sebenarnya. Insya-Allah, Anwar mampu melakukannya! - mks.
Yahoo!.. Sworn Into Parliament, Anwar Launches Attack Against Badawi, Najib & Co.
afp/msn m’sia: Malaysia's Anwar returns to parliament
"I'm glad to be back after a decade," Anwar told a press conference, attacking Prime Minister Abdullah Ahmad Badawi, who has faced calls to quit since March elections in which the opposition gained unprecedented ground.
"The prime minister has lost the mandate of the country and the nation," Anwar said, calling on Abdullah, his deputy Najib Razak and "all their cronies" to be removed from power.
Asked if he was on track to carry out his plan to secure enough government defectors to oust the ruling coalition by September 16, he said "Yes".
m/insider: Anwar’s back in Parliament
Dressed all in black, including his songkok, as is required for the swearing in of an MP, Anwar later told the press that "everyone wanted me to take an oath, so it's done", a double entendre alluding to earlier calls for him to swear on the Quran to counter sodomy allegations reiterated in a similar oath taken by his accuser Saiful Bukhari Azlan.
Saying that he was glad to be back after a decade of "being denied of my rights, although it's been good that Azizah has been holding the fort as MP for Permatang Pauh and opposition leader," referring to his wife and PKR president Datuk Seri Dr Wan Azizah Wan Ismail.
"I feel I am vindicated after all these personal attacks just to deny me — at all cost, Anwar must not be allowed to return to Parliament. But the people of Permatang Pauh are wise enough to want to see me in Parliament. All their machination, the might of those in authority, the massive power and billions of dollars cannot alter the minds of Malaysians," he stated.
He also commented on fresh calls for Prime Minister Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi to resign, saying that it is up to Umno but "clearly the PM has lost the mandate and the Deputy Prime Minister who spearheaded the campaign has been rejected outright. It's not just them but the entire Umno and their cronies who have amassed billions from the people".
the star: Anwar challenges DNA Bill
After Datuk Tajuddin Abdul Rahman (BN - Pasir Salak) interjected to ask Dr Siti Mariah whether the Bar Council "was a credible body" in the first place to cast doubts on the Bill, Anwar stood up.
"Don't Yang Berhormat agree with me that the one with no credibility is the corruption-ridden Government?
"This is the Government which tabled a Bill last Monday, giving no opportunity to MPs, including those of friends from the other side, to study it, and presented it with malicious intention.
"This is a Bill which has seen opposition from both the Bar Council and non-governmental groups," he said, adding that the Opposition would support any Bill that would benefit the people.
"But we are against the method employed by the Government to push this Bill through without taking heed of the public's voice," he said.
malaysiakini: DNA bill: PKR supremo leads walkout in protest
Pakatan Rakyat MPs staged an angry walkout over the controversial DNA Identification Bill this evening after the government refused to set up a parliamentary committee to study the ‘flaws’ in the new legislation.
Tomorrow…the former finance minister will be in parliament for Friday's reading of the 2009 national budget.