-AT LAST, DAP SHOWS WHO THEY REALLY ARE, ALL THIS WHILE, BOASTING & CLAIMING THE PRESENT GOVERNMENT PRACTICES MONEY-POLITICS & YET DAP WAS CAUGHT "WITH THEIR PANTS DOWN" OFFERING FORMER DAP PRESIDENT TENGKU AZIZ IBRAHIM A 50K JOB PER YEAR TO JOIN THEM BACK!-
Minister of Housing and Tourism Datuk Amar Abang Haji Johari Tun Abang Haji Openg said this to reporters yesterday when asked to comment on the claims by Tengku Aziz Ibrahim recently regarding on what had been offered to him by Lim Guan Eng.
"Personally, I really admire and respect Tengku Aziz for his high intrigrity and stands although we had our political differences," he said.
DAP's recent action really reflects the opposite to their claims of a "good governmence" (when not renewing Aziz's senatorship) due to Aziz's recent display against the Bersih 3.0 rally.
"It was a surprise that Tengku Aziz was treated that way where after he made the announcement of quitting DAP and imediatelly was offered a job which carries a RM50,000 financial humaniration per year, I personally felt that the offer was made "in bad taste"."
"I really hope that our brothers and sisters, particularly from the Chinese Community in Sarawak can evaluate themselves the DAP's standing by their recent antic..what we need is a civil society and our Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak is trying his movin towards that."
Johari, also exampled by the "disturbance" caused by two pro-Bersih Rally during Najib's visit in London which turned out to be orchestrated by the opposition, another example of actions beyong the the civil society level.
Meanwhile, Assistant Minister of Islamic Affair Datuk Haji Daud Abdul Rahman said that the incident serves as a reminder to DAP not to simply accuse other people are "dirty" but yet they themselves are "even dirtier".
He (Aziz) is known for his sincerity when giving out a remark so I believe in there are some thruth to his claims that DAP/Pakatan Rakyat (PR) actually is not sincere and would do whatever they needed to do just for the sake to capture Putrajaya (to be the government).
"We also know that in each of the Elections that they (PR) are not as "so-clean" as they had claimed," he that that PR only "talks but never walks" whatever they had promises or proclaims on their stands.
"This is just Tengku Aziz in DAP, we don't know they might be more coming out from PR as right now they re fighting among themselves," predicted Daud.
Responding onto the same matter, Assistant Minister of Community Development Datuk Peter Nansian said that DAP's actions showed what they are and what type of party they are really are.
"If it is true and known (to Tengku Aziz's claims), it is proven that they (DAP) always condemned others (Barisan Nasional) of doing bad things and yet the themselves are even worser."
"That really shows and reflects DAP's true colours of saying one thing but doing another thing so let the rakyat know what type of party DAP are..DAP says they are democratic but yet their recent actions showed that the otherwise..DAP says that they are free of money-politics and yet they are not so free of money politics."
Deputy Chief Minister Datuk Patinggi Tan Sri Alfred Jabu meanwhile, pointed out that there is obviously some wrong with that politicial party (DAP) when one of the senior leader of that party suddenly quits.
"In principal, it shows that DAP have some problems which "pressured" him to bail out from the party, telling the people that there's something wrong with the parti inspite of all the so-called inducement DAP had been boasting to the people all this while."
Second Minister of Finance Datuk Seri Wong Soong Koh meanwhile, said that DAP's action of offering a post with a 50K salary per year as claimed by Tengku Aziz actually potrays the "true-colour" of the party.
"Let the rakyat themselves decides and be the judge of what sort of Chief Minister (Guan Eng and DAP) really are," he said but devlined to elaborate more on the matter.
All the ministers and assistant ministers were met by reporters at at the DUN lobby on the fourth-day of the First Meeting of the Second Term of the 17th State Assembly Hall Sitting ceremony yesterday morning.