Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak unveiled the above list of Ministers and Deputy Ministers on the 15th of May 2013, almost a year ago.
Selected Barisan Nasional Members of Parliament who contested and won in the 13th GE and a few chosen individuals (Senators) were appointed as Ministers and put together to form the Malaysian Cabinet.
Touted as 'Najib's Cabinet', the line-up of new faces promised hope, both for the rakyat and for BN as a political coalition that was almost slaughtered in the last GE.
Shouldn't the performance of the Cabinet members, who sought to translate the PM's transformation agenda, be now opened for scrutiny since it is almost a year since their appointment?
Where are Ministers report cards? I hope PEMANDU had prepared one for their minister too.
There has been growing calls for the Prime Minister to reshuffle the current Cabinet since some of the current members, both the first-timers and veterans alike, have proven to be incompetent in their role.
Some Ministers are just plain humiliation to a coalition that has been in power for more than five decades. This is an open secret.
We must stop trying to sugar-coat an open secret. The Prime Minister must be empowered to ship out incompetent Ministers before its too late. Non-performing MPs too must be reprimanded.
MPs must be reminded that they are elected to represent the rakyat and not to work towards grooming themselves to be contractors and businessmen/women. This is a real cancer in the system.
Impending changing of guards (MBs and/or CMs) in at least three states has also been the talk of the town. The PM, sources say, could present these changes (both at state and federal levels) in a single package to give a new sense of hope to the rakyat.
Only a better, trustworthy hope will hold us together now at a time when the Opposition are busy peddling in nothing but half truths, hatred and plain lies.
This is not about billion ringgit announcements or handouts like BR1M. This is about going back to basics and serving the people in a manner that could touch their hearts and minds.
Its not about gimmicks and propaganda. It is about cleaning the house of unwanted rubbish and starting afresh.
But is the PM brave enough to wards off the wants and tantrums of the so called war-lords who are hell bent on killing the goose that has been laying the golden egg for more than five decades now?
What do you think the PM should do and who do you think would be the people's choice to be in the Malaysian Cabinet ?
Lets also include the Deputy Ministers in this reshuffle. Those who have been sleeping on their cosy seat must be allowed to do just that, minus the perks and position.
p/sDon't let the Waythamorthy experience stop us from engaging our opponents, but remember not to step any closer to chameleons like Anwar Ibrahim.