Prelude: Ku Li for PM (which I posted on this blog on 21 Oct 2006)
Therefore, the Kelantan prince's sudden re-emergence in major political conversations and debates (such as these ones: Whom do you serve, Ku Li asks Ministers, TMI 17/3/15 and Ku Li presses Ministers, MPs to declare assets TMI 17/3/15) cannot be dismissed as a casual phenomenon. Ku Li is a veteran politician: he has served as MP for more terms than most of us can count. He knows when and how to make an impact.
And so I didn't laugh when a Minister told me the other day that he beleived those working hard on bringing down Najib Razak are looking to install Ku Li and not any of the Umno VPs (at least not immediately) and certainly not Abang Din aka DPM Muhyddin Yassin.
Apanama carries the full text and clipping of Ku Li's statement in Parliament h e r e. Read also Ku Li lawan penggilap epal by AKJ: ".. Ku Li lah yang pegang tangan Mohd Najib di Petronas pada pertengahan tahun 1970-an. Ku Li lah antara orang terakhir berjumpa Allahyarham Tun Abdul Razak di katil sakitnya di London pada tahun 1976 ..."
p.s. While AKJ and Apanama have made it clear that they want Najib Razak OUT, they are not promoting Ku Li as replacement PM in their respective articles.