Finally Baru Bian speak on behalf of PKR denying any involvements with MoCS (Francis Siah NGO movement) to force Taib Mahmud to step down from his position as Cheif Minister. Was it because of the 3 police reports made by PBB Youth Chiefs?
Anyway, it seems a playsafe by Baru than to get bound by his ally into trouble after 7 days warning given to Siah. It is a countdown for MoCS director to remove his article as well as to make public apology for intention to make chaos against the state goverment. Futher action will be taken if he refuse to follow these demands.
Will PKR and DAP support MoCS to create another chance to change the current government? Hell yeah… why not! The only question is, who are willing to be a scape goat?
Taken from The Borneo Post today.
KUCHING: State Parti Keadilan Rakyat (PKR) state liaison chief Baru Bian said the party has nothing to do with Movement for Change Sarawak (MoCS) and is never part of the movement’s call to Chief Minister Pehin Sri Taib Mahmud to resign let alone planning to stage a demonstration.
He said this at a news conference yesterday when asked to comment on the demand by MoCS to the chief minister to step down before Aug 13 this year or they would stage a mass street demonstration.
“I want to make it clear here that PKR has nothing to do with MoCS. We are not part of their ploy,” stressed Baru.
He added asking Taib to step down after the election was a non-issue.
The newly elected Ba’Kelalan assemblyman said anybody could ask someone to step down but whether there was any law to force somebody to resign was the question.
“Anybody can ask anyone to resign but whether he can do it or whether there is a law to force somebody to step down at this stage that is quite difficult to say,” said Baru.
On the lodging of police report against MoCS leader Francis Siah for the movement’s alleged malicious activities, Baru said anyone had the right to file a police report.
“Actually I think anyone has the right to make complaints and lodge reports but whether there was anything against the law it was for the police to determine,” he said.
On Tuesday, Kuching Parti Pesaka Bumiputera Bersatu (PBB) Youth Wing led by Wan Hamzah Wan Paie who is the senior private secretary to Deputy Dewan Rakyat Speaker Datuk Wan Junaidi Tuanku Jaafar lodged a police report at the Central Police Station (CPS) against the movement for issuing the ultimatum to the Chief Minister.