According to a report from Malaysiakini, Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim will stay at the Turkish Embassy indefinitely, well at least until he is sure for his safety.
I was informed that there is a large crowds gathering in front of the Turkish Embassy, either they are supporters, the media or just onlookers.
In the meantime, PKR's President, Datin Seri Wan Azizah is due to make a formal report on the Inspector General of Police as well as the Attorney General for the alleged involvement in the fabrication of evidence during the 1998-99 court cases.
While PM Abdullah Ahmad Badawi, as reported by Malaysiakini have 'denied that the government is involved in the explosive allegations that de facto PKR leader Anwar Ibrahim had sodomised an aide.'
In the current situation those denial would of course be rubbished away, while those allegation against the IGP and AG will seems to be real. Politics is about perceptions and it is unfortunate for PM Abdullah Badawi that now most of the population perceived the BN government as being a corrupt government and Machiavellians in a way.
My main concerns is on how PM Abdullah will manage the political debacle. Public confidence is at all time low and economy is deteriorating.
Can Malaysia survive this crisis? We are equally battered economically and politically. Will this be the end of Malaysia greatness.
We can put a brake to the whole crisis if PM Abdullah really take charge! Either he fight like a real warrior, or he need to step down to let somebody else to take charge. We Malaysia are tired of politics and we need to move on with our life.
If a new leader is elected within UMNO, I hope there will be a fresh election to enable him to get the mandate from the people. This is vital for the country as it help in settling the dust. Let Anwar run for parliament.
In the meantime, we need to sustain the economy. With the price of oil is sky rocketing, a new economic strategy is required.
Is this the signs of an end of Malaysian once greatness?