One term's not enough. So how many terms would be fine?
The PM, who has been criticised for reneging on so many of his 04 election promises, said the government is just in the process of implementing almost all the programmes it promised. The programmes would take years to show results, he said.
“These are things that are not easy and take time to accomplish,” he said, adding that the programmes were not only confined to five-year plans in the 9th Malaysia Plan. They included development programmes, vision plans and national economic policies that took as long as 30 years.
That's right, he said thirty (30) years. [Of course, I don't think Pak Lah is asking to be PM for 30 years ...]
Read The Star's report, here.
"Gimme more time!" What do you make out of Najib's body language and facial expression when the PM wants a lot more time to prove his worth as PM?
Wednesday, January 23, 2008
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