Sunday, May 20, 2018

Post GE 14 : Why Did Mahathir Appoint Maszlee Malik As The Education Minister?

Why did Mahathir appoint Maszlee Malik to the education portfolio?

Hardly a few days have passed and half of the online petitioners have have expressed doubts about Maszlee's appointment and another half in his favour?

Why appoint someone who is largely unknown to the general pubic and such a divisive figure already so early on?

Was Mahathir trying to spite those who had objected to himself assuming the portfolio?

There are legitimate concerns about Maszlee assuming the education portfolio. He is hardly known to the public and a newbie to the scene.

Maszlee's strong suit, seemingly, is his Islamic scholarship and his Salafist leanings? But these are precisely what seem concerning to Bolehlanders who fear that education may take a skewed path under his stewardship.

If Maszlee is already such a controversial appointment why persist with the choice?

Is there no one else in Pakatan Harapan capable of assuming the education portfolio who would make a more inspiring appointment?

Is PH so bereft of potential and talents that Bolehlanders must be forced to accept Maszlee?

Have Bolehlanders voted in a bunch of mediocre people lacking potential to serve them?                     

We thought BN was atrocious!

Never knew PH might be worse!

Please, Bolehland deserves better!

Appoint someone else.

Or assume the portfolio yourself, Mahathir.

Bolehlanders don't care that you also assume the education portfolio so long as it is not the finance and home ones.

But Maszlee?

If there are misgivings already, why court further controversy and begin a cabinet that does not have the support of half the rakyat?                                   

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