While the front pages of the newspapers today are all about Badrul Hisham quitting PKR and how PKR is supposedly on the verge of a meltdown, BN component parties too are feeling the heat.
In particular, MCA president Ong Tee Keat and Gerakan chief Koh Tsu Koon have been under pressure to call it a day. The latest broadside came not from opposition ranks but from a BN back-bencher in Parliament yesterday. (Did he receive the green light from the top?)
The calls to quit are getting closer to home. Can Tee Keat and Tsu Koon see the writing on the wall?
Are those making the calls for Ong to quit also hoping to bury the PKFZ scandal?
(Of course, Samy Vellu and Taib Mahmud will never quit until…)