As a subject of Sultan Azlan Shah, I put forth to Tuanku an absurd yet possible request.
Ampun Tuanku. Let me divert Tuanku and Perakeans' attention to the historical events in Thailand.
From the book the King Never Smiles, the following is a synopsis:
The world will never forget the bloodshed and clashes of former Prime Minister General Suchinda Kraprayoon and Opposition leader Chamlong Srimuang. After a few days of tension and clashes, the two most powerful men in Thailand knelt down, bowing to King Bhumibol in 1992.
The King offered his words of advice and reprimanded the two leaders for their desires and personal gains. King Bhumibol wanted them to put an end to their rivalry before Thailand is destroyed. This event, was live on Thailand's television.
Ampun Tuanku. Now, Pakatan Rakyat wants urgent audience with Tuanku.
Tuanku can perhaps consider a live telecast of the audience between Pakatan Rakyat and the Palace.
After the numerous official statements and royal decree, it is now time for Tuanku to question the actions of Pakatan Rakyat's supporters of treason and explain Tuanku's decision.
It will also be a good opportunity to witness whether Pakatan Rakyat will present to the Malay Sultanate of Perak a case for discussion or a threat to Tuanku.
Tuanku could possibly use this opportunity to bring back the confidence of the rakyat and loyalty to the Palace.