"Even if we don't come to power, we will have elections very quickly," Anwar told a 10,000-strong crowd in Kuantan days after being arrested for questioning in a sodomy case.
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That line of speech is somewhat in stark contrast of Anwar's speeches we have been hearing for the past months. Sign of confidence slowly eroding away?
Some senior Pas politicians are also troubled that Anwar appears to be setting the agenda for the Opposition. In their view, no one has been elected as the leader of Pakatan Rakyat nor is there an official framework of agreement between PAS-PKR-DAP.
Or simply put, telling tales of a tale that never was?
And what "elections" he was talking about last night? Isn't that part of the plan all the while. Other backdoor entry in mind for the PKR de facto leader?
A new script about to be unfold.
Brace yourself, folks! It's gonna be fast and furious...