When the Prime Minister announced the Cabinet reshuffle two weeks ago, people saw hints of who was being groomed for the top job, even though there was not much in the statement beyond listing who was taking on which portfolio.
But precisely because it was such a bare-bone announcement, everyone zeroed in on the actual appointments, speculating who among the front runners appeared to be the favoured one.
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