PN does not recognize the greatness of Ismail Sabri as PM



By Adam Mallik

When Perikatan Nasional, which is the pillar for the appointment of Prime Minister Ismail Sabri, chooses to nominate Muhyiddin Yassin as the candidate for Prime Minister, then, the answer to all the confusion of Ismail Sabri’s position has been answered.

Although Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri’s work machinery and media team worked tirelessly to showcase the various results of his work as Prime Minister, however, on the side of Perikatan Nasional, Ismail Sabri is a nobody to them.

At the GERAKAN party convention, its President Dominic Lau Hoe Chai announced in front of the audience that PN has only one candidate for the position of Prime Minister if it wins GE15 and that is Muhyiddin Yassin.



The decision was not objected by PAS, an ally of Parti Peribumi Bersatu Malaysia and also Gerakan.

So, with this announcement, where is the position of Prime Minister Ismail Sabri who supposedly represents UMNO?

At the time the UMNO grassroots has lost faith in Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri, this was also announced by the PN.

Is Ismail Sabri getting a ‘double blow’ with this?



Rejected by both sides, where does Ismail Sabri want to go?

DSIS should have chosen to be with UMNO, but the majority of members found that DSIS’s behaviour was not at all considered to be with the ‘crowd’ in UMNO, even leaning towards the pro-PPBM “broker cluster”.

Recently, the foreign media, which are more daring to report than the domestic media, have stated that DSIS is under Mahathir’s captivity.

It was even reported that the UMNO party became Mahathir’s prisoner through DSIS.



Thus, all the decisions related to UMNO are not in favour of UMNO, both in terms of court cases and in terms of speeding up the election, all not beneficial to UMNO because Mahathir only needs to hold on to Ismail Sabri, said the report.

Back to our issue regarding DSIS, this report and writing is based on facts and conclusions and not to attack anyone but based on what is happening.

If PN has rejected DSIS as their candidate, which party does DSIS wants to represent to be the candidate for Prime Minister?

With a very tarnished reputation from among UMNO members, Ismail Sabri must return to the ‘white board’ in order to chart the next step.



The machinery that is all talks but not immune to the attacks of the opponent certainly cannot help DSIS, there is only one that can help other than Allah, that is the party itself, but the party itself is suspicious and sullen, the money and positions that are baited do not necessarily guarantee support when the time comes.



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