Thursday, May 29, 2008

The Bolehland Wrap-Up Stories

The falling of the sharks?
Khalid: Grand Saga EGM in 2 weeks
The Selangor government - through its state-owned company - will call for an emergency general meeting of toll operator Grand Saga within the next two weeks to settle the on-going Cheras toll saga.

Avoiding responsibility?
BMC residents take grouses to Parliament
A group of residents from Bandar Mahkota Cheras, who turned up in Parliament today, were unsuccessful in their bit to submit a memorandum to Works Minister Mohd Zin Mohamed.

The Great Wall of Saga cracked
Cheras barricade goes down again
BMC residents have torn down the controversial wall built by toll operator Grand Saga which blocked access to the Cheras-Kajang Highway late last night.

Never-ending childish assault from the bald-headed dummy. Infact, the survey should be about how much hair he has left.
Mukhriz wants 'referendum' on Pak Lah's leadership
A survey involving all three million Umno members should be held to gauge the support for party president Abdullah Ahmad Badawi. This call was made by Umno Youth executive council member Mukhriz Mahathir today. In fact, he said, the survey was also the wish of the Umno grassroots.

Sore loser feeling insulted? He's not even the president of Gerakan. And this came after welcoming Ezam back?
Najib wants Tan to quit Gerakan
Federal Territory Gerakan chairperson Dr Tan Kee Kwong came under fire today for
joining the Pakatan Rakyat-led Selangor government to head a special task force on land management. The man firing the salvo was no less than the Deputy Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak himself. In a nutshell, Najib said that Tan cannot keep his position in the Barisan Nasional (BN) component party after joining the opposition coalition Pakatan Rakyat government.

Perhaps, the joke of the week besides Samy claiming to be the sole representative of Indians.
PM's anti-graft agenda won Ezam over
"When Prime Minister Abdullah Ahmad Badawi announced that the Anti-Corruption Agency (ACA) will go through thorough reform, I sense that he is committed in changing things," explained Ezam, who was former head of Gerak, an anti-graft watchdog.

PM is pulling some late stunts to entertain the bored Bolehland citizens?
PKR shrugs off defections to Umno
The opposition PKR today shrugged off a senior member's defection to ruling party Umno, which came as a rare victory for embattled Prime Minister Abdullah Ahmad Badawi.

"Ezam's decision will have little impact on the party. We are on an upward trend now. We have had people who left the party in hard times and we survived," said PKR information chief Tian Chua.

"I suppose we must thank him for joining Umno only after the general election. At any other time, it might have had some impact but now it will not stop our momentum," he told AFP.

The Posh Spice of Malaysia?
M'sian missions going 'overboard' for VIP wives?
Deputy Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak has rejected allegations that his wife, Rosmah Mansor, was given special treatment by M'sian embassies abroad. Mohd Azmin Ali (PKR-Gombak) raised this issue at the Dewan Rakyat yesterday with emphasis on the Rosmah, who allegedly went on luxury shopping sprees, with her large purchases transported back home at the expense of the Malaysian embassy in London and national carrier MAS.


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