Umno president Ahmad Zahid Hamidi has shown up at Istana Negara subsequent to being conceded a group of people by the Yang di-Pertuan Agong, Sultan Abdullah Sultan Ahmad Shah, on the third day of gatherings with ideological group pioneers.
He is the eighth party head to have been conceded a crowd of people with the King to talk about the crisis and measures to battle the Covid-19 pandemic.
The past two days have seen heads of PKR, DAP, Amanah, MCA, Pejuang, PAS and Warisan share their perspectives with Sultan Abdullah.
The crowds come in front of an exceptional gathering the King has met with the Malay rulers next Wednesday to examine the crisis and battle against Covid-19.
Umno veteran Tengku Razaleigh Hamzah is the best man to lead the country as between time leader, Zaid Ibrahim said today.
The previous law serve said this in light of reports that the Yang di-Pertuan Agong, Sultan Abdullah Sultan Ahmad Shah, will be giving a group of people to a few ideological group pioneers independently throughout the following two days to examine the finish of the crisis just as the resuming of Parliament.
While there had been no notice of selecting a between time head administrator, Zaid proposed the previous account serve for the job, saying he had every one of the qualities.
“The main characteristic that this present country’s chief requirements right currently is trust, and Ku Li has that,” Zaid told FMT, alluding to the Gua Musang MP by his mainstream moniker.
“I figure he would likewise include the help inside Umno to bring him through. He has a long profession (in governmental issues) and I figure he could be appropriate as between time executive.”
Tengku Razaleigh, 83, a previous Asian Development Bank administrator, is likewise the longest-serving MP in Malaysia and is broadly viewed as a persuasive senior legislator who is regarded by his friends.
Ku Li, who is likewise the director of the Umno warning gathering, had over and again voiced his interests about the gathering’s collaboration with Bersatu in the Perikatan Nasional-drove government and asked party pioneers holding posts like pastors, appointee priests and executives of government-connected organizations (GLCs) to leave their posts right away.
While PKR president Anwar Ibrahim and previous executive Dr Mahathir Mohamad have been mooted as contender for the nation’s top office, Zaid said Ku Li remaining parts the most secure bet.
“It would be hostile if Dr Mahathir were to be picked. There would be questions with respect to why not Anwar? Why not Azmin (Ali)? Why not this individual or that individual?” Zaid said.
“I think having Ku Li as between time PM would end this, and afterward we can get ready for the following general political race (GE15).
“Meanwhile, we should have somebody we can trust.”