KONGRES PKR ...LIVE !!! -----> cakkk kat sebelah
Hari terakhir perbahasan Kongres LIVE .... !!!!
Jadual 3 hari KONGRES - DISINI

HOME [no2umno]

May 31, 2008

The Current Situation Between BN and PR

jiawei - Over the past few weeks I have been monitoring Malaysia's political situation by reading posts written by political analysts. The situations get more and more interesting each day. Before we proceed into the details, let's review the Malaysia Parliament election results.

Number of seats in Dewan Rakyat = 222
BN = 144
PR= 82
Number of votes for BN = 4,082,411
Number of votes for PR = 3,796,464
Percentage (BN) = 50.6%
Percentage (PR) = 49.4%
Leader of BN = Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi
Leader of PR = Wan Azizah Wan Ismail
Little did we know that GE 2008 did not only cause BN to loss 5 states and denied from having a majority 2/3 in parliamentary. Now, with a strong political view, PKR de facto leader, Anwar Ibrahim is more than willing to to form a federal government through PR. To form a federal government, Anwar Ibrahim would need about 30 MP from BN to cross over to PR. To my suprised, I found out from Malaysiatoday, Anwar Ibrahim had 43 MPs in his pocket. But there is one big problem. The interesting question is, "What is the problem since he had obtained 43 MPs from Sabah and Sarawak?" The answer is simple, there is always an issue of racial tension in Malaysia. Anwar did have 43 MPs in his hand, but does he have a balance compsoition of Malays and non-Malays MPs? That is the main reason why he could not form the federal government just yet. ...selanjutnya.


Posting terkini

Blog Archive