Many have commented on the fallout of such a pullout, especially its impact to SDP’s credibility. But for the Kremlin watchers of old, who used to divine what was happening in the Politburo by noting who was standing next to who during the May Day Rallies, the signs are very clear.
SDP is in disarray, it is divided and Chee is no longer in control.
In the days of the USSR, we would already be making predictions about when the Secretary General will be retiring due to ‘ill-health’ and who will replace him.
That’s the real implication of yesterday’s shock pullout.
Perhaps it’s for the better. SDP should be bigger than Chee, and he alone can not decide the party’s direction.
I wonder when he will retire due to ‘ill-health’.