"My decision (to quit) remains," he told a press conference at his office in Putrajaya this morning.
Zaid added that he has not made a decision on leaving Umno and joining PKR.
The minister said he wants to keep an open mind about this.
Zaid wants to thank Pak Lah for giving him a 2-weeks holiday. He thinks he doesn't need it and he doesn't want to waste government's money. He had enough rest and is still restless because of the ISA thing.
He believed he could not do his job well to reform the Judiciary system. There are just too many of the other ministers who are far more influential and far more powerful within the cabinet who would never allow him to do his work to reform the system. The others preferred a dysfunctional system as they see the opportunities and benefit of such a system. They preferred it because they believed Pak Lah cannot control them in such a system. They thrive and excel in such a system.
I think Zaid will join Pakatan Rakyat; but this is just my opinion.