Petition urging Azmin to quit hits 143,000, surpassing Tajuddin petition


An online petition calling for Senior Minister Azmin Ali’s resignation has collected over 143,000 signatures – after just one day – and the figure is rising by the minute.

The petition contains just one line – that Azmin has purportedly failed to live up to public expectations of a senior minister.

The petition has already surpassed the petition calling for Tajuddin Rahman’s removal, which collected 139,706 online signatures – and declared victory in just over 24 hours – when the government announced the Prasarana chairman’s removal with immediate effect. I didn’t think that figure could be surpassed anytime soon, given the storm of outrage over Tajuddin’s distasteful conduct at his press conference.

Well, I was wrong. Azmin is soaring (sinking?) to a new hard-to-beat mark.

A user going by the name of Kerajaan Gagal (Failed Government) started both petitions.

What do you think? Should Azmin Ali resign?

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Milk Tea

No. It should be Adam Baba and DG Hisham that needs to resign. They have months to prepare and how many lives are lost as a result of that.

Ray of Light

In many countries a leader would tender resignation voluntarily once he/she loses public confidence but not in Malaysia as many are self elected.
His facebook being bombarded with such # to quit.


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