The Ming Court Affair, Pt 4

Terence Netto

Modified 29 Jan 2008, 10:21 am

special report By now an Orwellian sense of a superior force at work had Daniel Tajem more intent on an imperative - preserving the unity of his Parti Bansa Dayak Sarawak (PBDS) in the brewing maelstrom in Sarawak politics than on hypotheticals, such as assuring a position of significance for himself and PBDS in the post-Taib era. He already heard that Noor Tahir, a Melanau Muslim, was slated to become chief minister if Taib were removed. Rumour also began to filter through that Tajem would not have a place in a Noor Tahir-led state cabinet.

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