Source: Malaysian Insider
PUTRAJAYA, July 31 — Prime Minister Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi has warned his rival Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim not to bribe lawmakers to defect to the opposition.
Anwar has repeatedly pledged to topple Abdullah’s administration through parliamentary defections by mid-September.
Abdullah tells The Associated Press in an interview today he has heard many stories about Anwar allegedly tempting government legislators "with monetary offers”.
Abdullah says if this proved true, it would "be the worst form of corruption to buy people to bring down the government that has been established by the will of the people."Are you talking about yourself ah PM?
Anwar needs 30 lawmakers to defect for the opposition to seize power. But he is fighting a sodomy accusation that could derail his career for the second time in a decade. — AP
I have only one question to our PM.
WHAT DO YOU THEN CALL YOUR "ARRANGEMENT" WITH PAS? MB POST, EXCO POSTS, SOME EVEN SAY DPM2?