The question is not whether Azmin Ali has been a great administrator or the Genghiz Khan of managers. It is clear he should not hold a position in the Selangor government. He is the economy minister, now. He should do that, and not complicate his governmental brief.
Which is why, it is such a misjudgement. He chose to leave Selangor government, and head to Putrajaya, and he should honour his own decision.
If they felt it would be a walk in the park, this reformation process, they have to be kidding themselves.
Social change is by its definition drastic and volatile. It involves people, and nothing happens seamlessly when it comes to people.
That’s why the new government promised so damn much. They did so, because if they did not, there would not be enough reasons to change the previous government, even if by the day, more and more people, far more than the sixty-four percent of voted against Barisan Nasional are saying that they actually always thought regime change was long overdue. Continue reading “The Approaching Frost”→