Past Tense? Nik Aziz's call for an EGM was immediately scoffed at by his own party leaders. NST has the latest: No PAS EGM, only Special Meeting h e r e.
Some have said that the Tok Guru is trying to defray focus on the appointment of his son-in-law Ariffahmi Abdul Rahman as the CEO of Kelantan's development arm, the Perbadanan Menteri Besar Kelantan Bhd, early this month.
That may or may not be the case but things have not been the same for Nik Aziz since March 2008. Husam Musa, his favorite, lost in the last party elections and his decision to appoint his own son-in-law to a top post in government has cast him in a different light.
Not many outsiders ever thought Nik Aziz would be capable of nepotism or cronyism.
Sunday, October 25, 2009
Nik Aziz's Dilemma
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