Saturday, April 4, 2009

TERIMA KASIH PAK LAH... JASAMU DIKENANG

Terima kasih Pak Lah... Kami seluruh warganegara Malaysia mengucapkan setinggi-tinggi penghargaan dan jutaan terima kasih kepada Pak Lah atas jasa-jasa dan sumbangan bakti Pak Lah kepada negara . Biarpun perkhidmatan Pak Lah sebagai PM tidak lama namun kami tetap menghargai pengorbanan dan menghormati Pak Lah . Antara sumbangan besar Pak Lah kepada kami ialah mengembalikan hak kami kebebasan bersuara setelah sekian lama tidak menikmatinya.

Kepada Tun Jeanne Abdullah.... terima kasih kerana menjaga Pak Lah dengan sepenuh hati. Semoga dengan adanya Tun Jeanne yang sentiasa di sisi Pak Lah, harapan kami Pak Lah akan sentiasa gembira dan bahagia walaupun kami sedar bahawa jauh di sudut hati Pak Lah terdapat kesedihan dan kedukaan yang melanda kerana dipaksa turun dari takhta kepimpinan negara.

Tahniah kepada PM baru kita YAB Dato' Seri Mohd Najib Bin Tun Razak yang baru sahaja dilantik sebagai PM Malaysia ke enam. Harapan kami semoga YAB PM dapat menjalankan tugas dan tanggungjawab kepada negara dengan amanah, adil dan bijaksana . Semoga Malaysia terus aman dan makmur.
(Foto : dpd pinkturtle2.wordpress.com/)

Malaysian former Prime Minister Abdullah Ahmad Badawi, right, and his wife Jeanne Abdullah wave as they leave prime minister's office in Putrajaya, outside Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Friday, April 3, 2009. Malaysia's new Prime Minister Najib Razak took office Friday, inheriting myriad challenges, including a flagging economy, a racially divided society and a moribund ruling party struggling to regain its popularity.

Former Malaysian Prime Minister Abdullah Ahmad Badawi (2nd R) and his wife Jeanne Abdullah (R) wave as they leave the prime minister's office in Putrajaya, near Kuala Lumpur April 3, 2009. Najib Razak was sworn in as Malaysia's sixth prime minister on Friday, taking the reins of a country grappling with a sharp economic slowdown and a growing racial and religious divide.

Malaysia's former Prime Minister Abdullah Ahmad Badawi waves after the handing over ceremony to his successor Najib Razak (not in picture) in Putrajaya outside Kuala Lumpur April 3, 2009. Najib was sworn in as Malaysia's sixth prime minister on Friday, taking the reins of an economy grappling with a sharp slowdown and a growing racial and religious divide.

Malaysian former Prime Minister Abdullah Ahmad Badawi waves as he leaves the National Palace in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Friday, April 3, 2009. Malaysia's new Prime Minister Najib Razak took office Friday, inheriting myriad challenges, including a flagging economy, a racially divided society and a moribund ruling party.


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