Its all for personal politics.
Among them is Opposition Leader Anwar Ibrahim, who expressed it in his blog posting:
I offer my deepest condolences to the families and loved ones of the 239 passengers and crew of flight MH370 which has been announced by the Prime Minister to have crashed into the southern Indian Ocean.Another is Tian Chua, who tweeted: "PM made a statement on MH370 at 10pm while parliament was still in session. Wonder why can't he follow Aust PM reporting dvpt in parliament"
There are no words to describe their pain, anguish and sorrow in the face of this tragedy and all concerned must give them full support and assistance in the days and months ahead no matter what it takes. Not only should the media give them space and privacy but the authorities, in their investigation, should show the greatest consideration to the grieving families of the crew members.
Efforts to find the wreckage must be continued. That must remain the priority even as many questions remain unanswered. The people, in particular, the families and loved ones have a right to know all the
information and evidence concerning the crash particularly as to why the government is certain, beyond reasonable doubt, that flight MH370 has crashed in the Indian Ocean.
I wonder if Anwar trusts another foreign nation to conduct the SAR and confirms that the plane went down in the Indian Ocean.
And Tian Chua, as usual, didn't show his sympathy for families of the victims but enjoyed riding on the issue. Is he a Malaysian?