Well, well, well . . . after the doubts surrounding Sep16; Anwar held a PC & told the world at large that he has enough defections to form the next Federal govt of Malaysia. No list of names though which he has said will only show to Bodohwi after gaining assurances that the ISA & other draconian laws will not be invoked to stop em. Fair enuff me suppose.
He has demanded a meeting with Bodohwi to show him the list of defectors before going to the Agong. He said Pakatan will still take a "soft & conciliatory" approach in asking fer a smooth transition of power.
So what next?
Will Barisan Najis just walk away from their Aladdin's Cave? Will martial law be imposed? Will BN simply just act as if nothing has happened & start threatening its own MPs back into the fold?
Well, a certain Spurs fan who works fer a Telco had this to say:
"Much will depend on the internal struggle in UMNO. The power struggle means Bodohwi will be ousted very soon. Who succeeds Bodohwi will ultimately determine the fate of the nation. If it is Najib who takes over, then we are fooked as he will do everything possible to remain in power."
"However, if the former Anwar-ally Muhyiddin Yassin succeeds in getting DrM to cajole UMNO members to support Ku Li as leader, Muhyiddin will be number two & the transition of power will happen smoothly."
"This is because Ku Li as a former opposition leader does not think that being on that side of the fence is the end of the road. He's also a man of ideals & will do what's best in the national interest."
So there, analysis courtesy of The Silent Observer who based it around what he heard from certain UMNO bigwigs within his organisation.