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Do you think Zaid Ibrahim should resign?

September 16th, 2008 · 1 Comment

Based on the news reported, Zaid said he hope his resignation can wake up the politicians which eventually will result in some changes amongst them.

Do you think his resignation can really bring any significant changes? Yes, such changes may not been seen now but I believe there is a positive impact in this event.

Zaid has also expressed his disappointment against the policy makers who just cannot see what he suggested.

If you are disappointed, will you resign? Yes, if I know I shouldn’t waste my times here and if there is a better way to pursue my goal.

Zaid said he have “gone through a lot”.

Is this the reason for his resignation? No, I don’t think so. We are bound to face challenges and difficulties in all the things that we do, I don’t think Zaid resigns to avaid facing these.

In my view, if the political environment is stable now then Zaid should hold on to his position with the hope that he can make some changes in the future when chances arise. On the other hand, in view of the unstable political environment, it is wise for him to resign now if he knew that his goal can be achieved when Anwar takes over the government 1 day (of course, provided he needs to join PKR 1st).

So do you think he should resign?

Tags: Malaysian Law News

1 response so far ↓

  • 1 Avatar // Sep 17, 2008 at 6:01 pm

    Dear Eddie,

    Nice blog you have here. Just dropping by.

    Back to your post, since he’s resigned, I’ll reword your question to: ‘Should he have resigned?’

    IMHO, yes! From the impression I got from reading his press conference and the newspapers, he faced a great deal of opposition from his fellow Cabinet members.

    There’s a difference between giving up when there’s a fighting chance as opposed to having only a ghost of a chance. Given the latter was more likely, my answer is YES!


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