KUCHING, June 2: PRS president Tan Sri James Masing likens PSB president Datuk Seri Wong Soon Koh’s attitude to that of former Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad.
Masing who is also Deputy Chief Minister pointed out a flip-flop attitude was reflected in Wong’s decision whereby at one moment, Parti Sarawak Bersatu (PSB) indicated it wanted to work with other opposition parties but in the next moment, it had performed a U-turn.
“On May 31, it was published that Datuk Seri Wong said PSB is ‘willing to work together with other opposition parties’ but on June 1, it was reported that he declared the party will not work with any other parties.
“Wthin 24 hours, Datuk Seri Wong made a U-turn and changed his mind.
“His flip-flop decision reminds me of Tun Mahathir. They seem to be very forgetful and indecisive,” the Parti Rakyat Sarawak (PRS) president opined in a statement today.
Masing who is also Infrastructure and Port Development Minister asserted that if such a flip-flop stance were to be applied to policy-making, it will be deja vu of what happened during the Pakatan Harapan administration where policy made today, may be reversed later.
“It is a good thing that PSB is now working on its own. If it were to work with other parties, then other parties will find themselves struggling hard as the decision made today, may be reversed tomorrow,” Masing added. — DayakDaily