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WHAT DO YOU THINK? WILL THIS TEAM BE ABLE TO TRANSFORM UMNO'S IMAGE AND MORE IMPORTANTLY SERVE THE PEOPLE?
I think one would be too foolish to assume that merely because the UMNO elections have ended and that the "delegates" have cast their choice, hence all is now well in UMNO. There are already a few new challenges that lay ahead DUE to this election itself - allegations of rampant money politics have dominated the assembly and even the outgoing UMNO Presiden alluded to this in his speech.
There is also a problem that UMNO (and in particular Najib) will face - will UMNO/he be able to "manage" those perceived to be "not above board"? The normal process is that the ones who are elected will be rewarded with ministerial posts almost automatically. To detract from this practice will require the will to make radical moves in the larger interest of the Nation and UMNO itself.
However, if Najib is still confined to dubious "conventions and practices" that had proven not to serve the survival of UMNO itself, then it will only accelerate the death of UMNO. It will be an exact case of "biar mati anak (UMNO), jangan mati adat".
In the light of the warning given by the UMNO Disciplinary Board earlier, even those elected cannot be comfortable that they have won - the Lembaga may just put a "spanner in their dreams" if they find evidence of ethical breaches.
To me the next 35 days is crucial to determine if UMNO really has "new firepower" to radically change and convince the People that, though it is a Malay-based party, it has what it takes to be the backbone of the Government of the People of Malaysia.
Good indicators will be how the new UMNO leadership will determine who makes up the election machinery in the upcoming by-elections. The other being - who will be elected as ministers, etc. Election of leaders based on "UMNO political compromises" may actually compromise its own chances of being relevant politically come the 13th General Elections.