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You don’t have to be a diplomat to understand what Najib said. Basically he says, if you can’t beat him join him.

All these time Najib was not sure that Badawi had the confidence in him, it is only today the PM said he has confidence in me. The liar.

It is a orderly and neat power transition, it will go down in the Guinnes Book of Record as the longest period for transferring power.

Badawi did not understand public opinion, they wanted him immediately, but the Right Honourable feels otherwise. Sigh, I have to look for another job.

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Najib Touched When Named As Abdullah’s Successor

KUALA LUMPUR, July 10 (Bernama) — Datuk Seri Najib Tun Abdul Razak said he was very touched with Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi’s willingness to hand over the posts of Umno president and Barisan Nasional (BN) chairman to him in mid-2010.

The Deputy Prime Minister said the decision made by the Prime Minister was not something easy.

“Today starts an orderly and neat power transition process according to Umno traditions when the Prime Minister gave the confidence in me to become the successor.

“It is not easy to relinquish a post but it was made having regard to public opinion. I feel touched and fortunate when the Right Honourable gave the trust to me,” he told reporters after the Umno Supreme Council meeting and special briefing for the party’s divisional leaders here Thursday.
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