09 July 2020

Puteri Reformasi : Kita nak menang...


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 Some are born lapdogs,others work all their lives to be one...
And History never lies...

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As of now PH should ignore and leave Mahathir out of the equation of any plans forward for the coalition. To date, Mahathir has done nothing good, but has thrown the country into a political turmoil, handing over to UMNO the advantage of dictating the ‘Lame Duck PM’ Muhyiddin into setting free the ‘Perompaks of UMNO from their corruption charges.

Muhyiddin is a ‘good for nothing PM’ who now sees himself being sidelined by both UMNO and PAS as the candidate for Prime Minister at the next election. Muhyiddin was never ever of any PM material anyhow.

Mahathir at this juncture is simply useless ... he is gonna’. His reckless behavior, selfishness and disrespect of the RAKYAT’s mandate has rendered him as a ‘Traitor’ and ‘Trash’. One would think that PH would need Mahathir to win the support of the rural (kampong) folks ... no, not anymore ... especially now that ‘kampong folks’ also sees him as a ‘Pengkhianat Mandat Rakyat’.

The vast majority of the Indian and Chinese community have abandoned MIC and MCA respectively and placed their trust and support to the Multiracial Pakatan Harapan coalition. The ‘Real Battle’ now is within the heart of the Malay Community themselves ... to chose between the Perompaks of UMNO and Munafik PAS or the .... the Moderate MultiRacial Pakatan Harapan.

It would be unconscionable for our East Malaysian counterpart of Warisan Sabah and GPS Sarawak to align themselves with the known corrupt leadership of the BN coalition and PAS. If at all there is an iota of sense and sensibility ... both Warisan and GPS must come to a realization that Malaysia needs ‘reforms’ and ‘checks and balances’ the likes of PH Agenda. - David Govind

PH has reached a consensus, 
Mahathir ruled out...

The Pakatan Harapan presidential council has decided to support PKR president Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim as PH's prime minister-designate in its Monday meeting. The consensus among PKR, DAP and Amanah has helped the three parties to be back as one again. PH was at one point on the verge of collapse! PKR has been hoping to regain ruling power from Perikatan Nasional and Anwar will be the prime minister.

PKR has firmly rejected the proposal to support Tun Mahathir to be the prime minister again. DAP and Amanah were with Mahathir earlier and even pressurized Anwar to choose. The Mahathir-Anwar pair and "Shafie-Anwar-Mukhriz" line-up proposed by Mahathir have not only landed PH in a state of chaos but many voters and PH supporters are disgusted by the proposal.

The decision to opt for Anwar to lead the pact paves the way for a fresh start for PH component parties to work as a team to face off with PN in the next GE. PH should be aware by now that the strategy of garnering MPs' support for majority vote no longer works. Instead, it should be playing the role of the opposition to win public support.

PH also agreed to set up a shadow cabinet during its presidential council meeting to monitor the government's performance. This is a positive development. Rumors are going viral that PM Muhyiddin may be calling a snap poll to clear PN's name as a backdoor government. PH should swing into action to prepare for the election as soon as possible and give up supporting Mahathir's no-confidence motion against the PM in Dewan Rakyat in a bid to regain power.
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The collapse of PH-led government and the dilemma in naming a PM-designate to regain power have been attributed to Tun Mahathir. DAP and Amanah have been criticized for embracing Mahathir. Monday's PH presidential council did not discuss the role played by Mahathir, meaning PH had ruled him out as PM-designate. On the collaboration with Parti Warisan Sabah, the presidential council also left the matter to Anwar to negotiate with its president Shafie Apdal.

Mahathir is now an outsider. He is without a party and left with four MPs with him. He is powerless now. Mahathir has yet to respond to the decision made by PH presidential council. His response is believed to be irrelevant anyway. From reneging on the election manifesto while leading the PH-led government, masterminding the Sheraton Move from behind and causing a stir in his collaborative ties among PH parties, Mahathir's popularity has suffered a huge setback. Coalition members and voters have abandoned him now, all because of his own deeds.

Even after winning the trust of his allies, Anwar may not be the PM still. He will have to demonstrate his leadership and commitment to convince PH supporters he can lead the pact out of the current doldrums. Anwar will have to prove that he is sill an icon of Reformasi he used to be, and a leader of Malaysia's culturally diverse society. Voters will decide whether PH will regain power in the next GE and for Anwar to become the next prime minister. - mysinchew

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07 July 2020

Dr.M,Azmin & Hishamuddin nak takeover UMNO...


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Balun duit JAKIM bagi kat tadika PAS...

PASTI adalah institusi pendidikan pra-sekolah yang tidak berdaftar dengan mana-mana agensi kerajaan kerana penubuhan PASTI adalah sepenuhnya dikelola oleh PAS sebagai sebuah parti politik. 

Malah, PAS sendiri berpendirian bahawa PASTI adalah termasuk dalam aktiviti parti tersebut dan tidak perlu didaftarkan lagi kerana sudah termasuk dalam aktiviti yang dibenarkan di bawah Akta Pertubuhan.

Sumbangan dana awam yang dikutip oleh JAKIM kepada PASTI adalah juga sumbangan dana awam terus kepada parti politik. Ini sangat tidak beretika. This is siphoning public money directly to fund political activities.

Walaupun ianya Tabung Sumbangan Orang Ramai, tetapi ia tetap menggunakan institusi kerajaan dan diuruskan dan dikelola oleh pegawai-pegawai kerajaan yang dibiayai oleh pembayar cukai.

Apakah ini termasuk 'norma baharu' dalam politik Malaysia? - Tarmizi Mohd Jam

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Kementerian Air sasarkan masalah air Kelantan selesai 30-40 tahun akan datang.Tuan Ibrahim Tuan Man kata masalah akan selesai secara berperingkat. Kita sasarkan untuk selesai antara 30 - 40 tahun akan datang.Insya-Allah akan selesai katanya...

Al kisah Kelantan ini unique sikit.  Negeri Kelantan tidak mempunyai kisah tetapi yang banyak kisah adalah pengundi di Kelantan yang sanggup undi PAS selama 30 tahun sudah. Majoriti pengundi negeri itu berasa jenama Islam itu adalah kepunyaan mereka dan supermarket yang menjual jenama Islam itu adalah PAS. Maka selama 30 tahun mereka terbawa-bawa oleh iklan atau advertising campaign supermarket PAS. Iklan itu perlukan banyak imaginasi.  Imaginasi, gambaran dan khayalan tidak boleh mengisi realiti hidup sesiapa pun. 

Tetapi bagi pengundi PAS mereka sudah hampir-hampir berada di syurga. Advertising PAS janjikan syurga dengan taman dan air yang bersih. Sebab pada realitinya, di Kelantan tidak ada air bersih. 
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Sekarang seorang pemimpin PAS dan Menteri janjikan bahawa Kelantan akan mempunyai air bersih 'InsyaAllah' dalam tempoh 30 hingga 40 tahun lagi.  Sambil menunggu hari yang ajaib itu, pengundi PAS perlu menambah keyakinan dengan jaminan bahawa air bersih akan dijumpai di syurga. InsyaAllah. Sebab kemungkinannya besar mereka akan sampai ke air bersih di syurga dulu sebelum air bersih boleh sampai ke Kelantan.

Hari itu Menteri yang sama telah cadangkan kajian air jamban - sewerage water - untuk mencari virus korona atau Corona Virus. Apakah beliau tidak faham maksud najis?

Negeri Kelantan amat terkebelakang dari banyak segi. Pembangunannya adalah basic, masyarakat negeri itu masih menghadapi berbagai isu dan masalah sosial dan ekonomi.  Sebelum harga minyak jatuh dan sebelum wabak virus korona, anak Kelantan rajin berhijrah ke Negeri Sembilan, George Town, Kuala Lumpur dan banyak pekan dan bandar di Pantai Barat mencari rezeki yang tidak ada di negeri sendiri. Apakata kalu PAS offer 40 tahun utk bekal air bersih kat Kelantan, baiklah tukar dulu kerajaan negeri tu. Lepas 40 tahun kita bagi balik... - OSTB

30-40 tahun utk selesai masalah 
air Kelante,bodoh apa ni??...

1. Menteri Alam Sekitar dan Air yang juga Ahli Parlimen Kubang Kerian menyatakan masalah air Kelantan akan selesai dalam 30-40 tahun lagi kerana kosnya yang besar. Oleh itu, penyelesaian masalah ini akan dilakukan secara berperingkat.

2. Reaksi pertama saya ialah mengapa begitu lama? Jika kosnya besar, berapa besar? Kos ini tidak disebut, melainkan menyatakan “[Kementerian] akan memohon peruntukan kepada UPE, JPM bagi membolehkan peruntukan berkenaan dimasukkan menerusi Rancangan Malaysia Ke-12 (RMK12).”

3. Berapakah jumlah yang akan dipohon itu? Tidakkah setiap RMK cuma lima tahun sekali sahaja? Berapa RMK lagikah yang diperlukan untuk menyelesaikan masalah air di Kelantan ini?
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4. Jika dahulu, rakyat boleh terima ketidakupayaan kerajaan negeri menyelesaikan masalah ini atas faktor kewangan. Kini, selepas wang ehsan RM400 juta sudahpun diterima dan menterinya sudahpun dari parti yang sama dengan kerajaan negeri, dan Menteri Ekonomi yang menjaga EPU juga dari Kelantan, mengapa hal ini masih diperlambatkan untuk diselesaikan?

5. Projek ECRL melangkaui beberapa sempadan negeri, tetapi tempoh pelaksanaannya cuma 5 tahun sahaja, dijangka siap pada tahun 2026. Kosnya besar, RM65.5 bilion dan jimatkan oleh kerajaan dahulu sebanyak RM21.5 bilion dengan penjajaran baharu. Kos projek air Kelantan tidak sampaipun sejumlah itu, dan tidakpun melangkaui sempadan negeri, tetapi mengapa mengambil masa yang begitu lama?

6. Pertanyaannya, apakah projek air Kelantan ini lebih luas dari projek ECRL sehingga perlu mengambil masa antara 30-40 tahun untuk selesai? Wahai pemimpinku, janganlah remehkan keluh kesah rakyat. Carilah jalan untuk mengatasinya secepat mungkin. Buat momento besar untuk kebahagiaan rakyat. - Mohammad Agus Yusoff

PAS Deputy President Tuan Ibrahim Tuan Man
Clueless PAS – Needs 40 Years To Fix Kelantan’s Water Supply,When 770-km PLUS Highway Was Built In Just 13 Years...

After waiting for decades, Malaysian Islamic Party (PAS – Parti Islam Se-Malaysia) returns to the federal government, albeit not through the ballot-box but rather through the backdoor. 

Together with Barisan Nasional (BN), who unexpectedly lost power in the 2018 General Election, PAS is now part of Perikatan Nasional coalition formed by traitor Muhyiddin Yassin.
PAS was founded in 1951 by some Muslim clerics in the UMNO (United Malays National Organization), the backbone of the BN coalition. 

The splinter group became opposition until it rejoined the BN regime for a short period (1974 to 1978), after which the Islamic party was booted from the ruling coalition. In March 2020, PAS again partnered with the same BN coalition that had kicked it out earlier.

In 2008, now-defunct Pakatan Rakyat was formed as an Opposition coalition comprised PAS, PKR (People’s Justice Party) and DAP (Democratic Action Party). For the first time, the opposition shocked the ruling BN government when it won 82 parliamentary seats in the 2008 General Election. Five years later (2013), the same Pakatan Rakyat did slightly better by winning 89 seats.

But by June 16, 2015, DAP declared the coalition “dead” – citing the inability of the rest of the alliance to work with PAS, after PAS Congress passed a motion to sever ties with DAP without any debate. Later, it was revealed by whistleblower Sarawak Report that PAS president Hadi Awang had been bribed with RM90 million by then-PM Najib Razak to quit the Pakatan Rakyat.

Therefore, PAS had been “friendly” with the so-called enemy BN government since 2015, so much so both Hadi and Najib had conspired to work together by agreeing to three-cornered contests in the 2018 General Election. The belief that the strategy would split the opposition votes and benefit the ruling government failed and backfired – leading to the humiliating defeat of BN.

Now that PAS is the government, the expectation is that Kelantan, the state under the Islamic party’s rule almost uninterrupted since 1959, will finally escape poverty. It’s a shame that since independence in 1957, Kelantan has been so underdeveloped and poor that the majority of its people have no access to running water and have only intermittent power supply.
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In fact, former Deputy Rural Development Minister R. Sivarasa of the previous Pakatan Harapan government had revealed that 7 districts in Kelantan have been identified as among the 28 poorest in the country due to a lack of crucial infrastructures. In essence, PAS-ruled Kelantan is the poorest state in the Peninsula Malaysia.

Sarawak, the poorest state (with 10 poorest districts) in the country, is the only state that is worse than Kelantan. However, based on the latest statement from the deputy president of PAS, Tuan Ibrahim Tuan Man, the people of Kelantan would have to depend on water from the hills for another 40 years before any clean water supply can be provided to them.

Yes, despite promoted to be in charge of the Ministry of Environment and Water, it’s both pathetic and hilarious that Tuan Ibrahim is still clueless how to fix the decades-old water problem in his own stronghold state. Exactly why does the “Malay-Muslim” government of PPBM-UMNO-PAS needs a mind-boggling 40 years to end the agony of brown water coming from the pipes?

Are laying water pipes more complicated or expensive than building an expressway? The North-South Expressway (PLUS Highway) started its construction in 1981. The 772-kilometres (480 miles) highway that runs through seven states and connecting the Thailand and Singapore borders was completed in 1994 – just 13 years. Even then, PLUS project was stalled due to 1980s economic downturn.

So, can the brilliant PAS leaders explain the engineering and financial challenges of a water supply project in Kelantan that it requires 40 years to complete when the PLUS Expressway needed only 13 years? On March 27, backdoor PM Muhyiddin announced an economic stimulus package worth RM250 billion, only to add another RM35 million stimulus package in June.

Heck, even the newly crowned Finance Minister Zafrul Abdul Aziz, trumpeted as an extremely competent man, has assured 30-million Malaysians last month that the country has enough cash and there was no need to borrow externally. Did not the prime minister instruct Petronas, the national oil company, to pay RM2 billion of State Sales Tax (SST) to Sarawak recently?
 PAS Deputy President Tuan Ibrahim Tuan Man

Obviously, there is no financial constraint at all to fund a project as minor as providing clean water to the people of Kelantan. Environment and Water Minister Tuan Ibrahim said his ministry would require just RM7.3 billion in allocation to execute its projects – just a fractional 2.45% of the total RM285 billion stimulus package announced by his own government.
 PLUS Highway - North-South Expressway
PLUS Highway - North-South Expressway

Perhaps it’s unfair to compare a water pipe project with an expressway project. Perhaps PAS leaders thought Kelantan is a special state where aerospace engineers are needed to do excavation works and mathematicians are required to figure out the sizes of pipes to be used. But even if the plan is to construct some new dams, do you really need 40 years?

Let’s assume the PAS fake holy men wanted to build new dams. The Three Gorges Dam, the dam on the Yangtze River and the world’s largest power station, is an engineering marvel. When construction of the dam officially began in 1994, it was the largest engineering project in China. At the time of its completion in 2006, it was the largest dam structure in the world.

But the Three Gorges Dam was no ordinary dam. Its final feature included a new ship lift – a hydraulic seesaw that raises and lowers vessels as much as 371 feet to cross the dam. A system designed to accommodate ships up to 3,000 metric tons, the elevator reduces the travel time past the dam to 40 minutes. Yet, the marvellous dam in China took only 12 years.

Is PAS-ruled state of Kelantan trying to build up to four “Three Gorges Dam” in the state? To say PAS can only resolve the water issue in 40 years clearly shows not only a lack of leadership, but also speaks volumes of an incompetent and clueless government. They should just outsource the infrastructure project to China. It can be done in less than 4 years.

With rumours of a snap election around the corner, perhaps the Islamic party was trying to hoodwink the gullible Malay-Muslims. In another 40 years, almost all the corrupt politicians in the current backdoor government would have long dead. Not only they don’t have to keep their promise, the ridiculously long period of time for the project would ensure project overrun, therefore, kickbacks for 40 years.

Yes, in 40 years, four PLUS highway or four “Three Gorges Dam” can be built. But under the so-called PAS government, it’s not even a guarantee that they can build basic infrastructure called water pipeline to transport treated drinking water for ordinary folks in Kelantan. There’s a reason why Kelantan has become dirt poor under PAS.

Be careful when you say the Islamic party is incompetent in administering Kelantan. Their supporters will blame it on the federal government, Barisan Nasional, who coincidentally is the same devil whom PAS chose to befriend in 2015 (under Prime Minister Najib and PAS President Hadi) and again in 2020 (under UMNO President Zahid Hamidi and PAS President Hadi).
Hj.Hadi and Tuan Ibrahim 

They would argue that Kelantan, after 46 years of PAS rule, becomes the poorest state in Malaysia with the lowest per capita income because the wicked federal government has “stolen” the 5% oil royalty, despite the formula agreed upon by three parties – the states, the federal government and national oil company Petronas – within the Petroleum Development Act (PDA 1974).

PAS hardcore fans would argue that while the state of Pahang and Terengganu received their share of 5% oil royalty, Kelantan did not. Actually, the right question should be why didn’t Hadi Awang demand for the oil royalty from former PM Najib Razak since 2015 after both leaders established a good friendship and conspired to break up Pakatan Rakyat?

Why Hadi Awang and his minions acted like some jumping monkey when bribed with RM90 million, but did not care about asking for at least RM1 billion of the 5% oil royalty from Najib administration? In comparison, PM Muhyiddin was forced to order Petronas to pay in full the petroleum products sales tax imposed by Sarawak for the year 2019, which amount to RM2 billion.

So why did PM Muhyiddin agree to pay RM2 billion to Sarawak two months ago, but (former) PM Najib refused to pay anything to Kelantan from 2015 to 2018? To add insult to injury, both Kelantan-based PAS and Sarawak-based GPS contribute 18 MPs each to the formation of Perikatan Nasional government. What does that tell you about the intelligence of PAS leaders?

Before PAS supporters throw tantrums and act like a baby, crying and whining over being discriminated by the federal government, they should ask PAS top leaders like Hadi Awang or Tuan Ibrahim as to why the Islamic party is still being treated like a fool – even in the so-called “Malay-Muslim” government. They have been crying for 46 years and they are still bitching over the same issue.

PAS’ inability to govern is made worse with its subscription to racial and religious extremism. Like the Middle East, PAS leaders only know how to depend on natural resources – logging or oil royalties – to generate revenue. And like the Arabs, when the crude oil price plunges, they would run around like a headless chicken, blaming everyone but themselves.
The Islamic party has no idea that its extremism and incompetency have spooked local investors, not to mention FDIs (foreign direct investments). When the previous Pakatan Harapan government gifted RM400 million to the PAS-ruled state of Kelantan out of sympathy, PAS leaders happily rewarded themselves with a fleet of 14 Mercedes Benz and RM50,000 bonus each. - FT
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Ada orang kempen benci Al-Jazeera? pasai ada agenda nak buat rakyat Malaysia lupa 
yang Najib kantoi masa kena grill dengan Mary Ann dalam Al-Jazeera dulu...Video dibawah 
ini telah dipersoalkan oleh pihak berkuasa... Al-Jazeera juga harus buat satu dokumentari lagi utk dapatkan pandangan rakyat Malaysia pula pasai kehadiran PATI Indon,Bangla dan pemegang kad UNHCR di Malaysia,samada rakyat Malaysia suka atau meluat dgn PATI ini...


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04 July 2020

UMNO tetap meluat Bersatu...


Pengerusi Jemaah Penasihat Umno, Tengku Razaleigh Hamzah, melihat masalah akan timbul sekiranya mereka bekerjsama dengan Bersatu dalam pilihan raya umum akan datang. Beliau memberitahu Channel News Asia bahawa akan berlaku masalah pembahagian kerusi dan Umno boleh hilang kedudukan dominan dalam kerajaan.

“Bersatu tak sepatutnya ada pun (dalam kemungkinan itu). Mereka (ahli parti Umno) berasa bahawa ia (kerjasama) harus berlaku hanya dalam kalangan Muafakat (Nasional) - PAS, Umno dengan rakan-rakan tradisi BN, (iaitu) MCA dan MIC. Begitu, barulah anda tidak akan ada masalah agihan kerusi."

“Tapi kalau kamu bawa Bersatu, kami mungkin akan berdepan (keputusan) pilihan raya yang menyebabkan kita berada dalam situasi ‘tergantung’ sekali lagi - tiada yang ada kedudukan dominan, tiada yang mempunyai majoriti jelas.

“Kemudian, kita akan menghadapi situasi yang sangat tidak stabil,” kata Tengku Razaleigh, 83, yang kini dalam penggal kelapan berkhidmat sebagai ahli parlimen Gua Musang.

Ketika ditanya apakah dia percaya Umno akan terus menyokong Muyiddin Yassin sebagai perdana menteri dalam PRU akan datang, jawab Tengku Razaleigh, dia tidak rasa hal itu akan berlaku.

“Saya tak rasa begitu. Susunan di dalam Perikatan Nasional (seperti sekarang), hanyalah semata-mata demi memastikan kestabilan. Bila kita berdepan dengan PRU, itu satu situasi yang berbeza. Umno akan  fikir dan mengambil tindakan sewajarnya," katanya lagi.

Semalam, setiausaha bersama sekretariat Muafakat Nasional, Annuar Musa dilaporkan berkata bahawa Umno dan PAS bersetuju menyokong Muhyiddin sebagai calon perdana menteri bagi PRU-15, setelah perkara itu dibincangkan dalam mesyuarat baru-baru ini.

“Untuk pilihan raya akan datang, secara prinsipnya kedua-dua parti telah bersetuju untuk menamakan atau menyokong perdana menteri, Muhyiddin sebagai calon perdana menteri seterusnya," Annuar dipetik sebagai berkata.

Sehari sebelum itu pula, mesyuarat pemimpin tertinggi Perikatan Nasional mengulangi sokongan mereka terhadap Muhyiddin, tetapi tidak disebutkan mengenai usaha memformalkan gabungan itu. - mk

Kelmarin meeting PN di Putrajaya, PN sebulat suara menamakan TS Muhyidin sbg PM selepas PRU 15. Kononnya UMNO, Bersatu, MCA, MIC, PBS, STAR, GPS semua setuju. PAS tak payah cakap lah. 

Tapi hari ini... Fuhhh... Bingit telinga. Dlm rumah UMNO bunyi mcm org pecahkan dinding pun ada. Di Selatan, Sahrir Samad, di Sabah, Bung Mokhtar dan di Kelantan, Tengku Razaleigh antara yg memekak. Tak kira lagi berpuluh2 Ketua Bahagian UMNO yg melenting dgn keputusan Zahid Hamidi dan Anuar Musa. 

UMNO mana sokong Muhyiddin PM bro. Sapa yg bagi authoriti utk Zahid dan Anuar menamakan Muhyidin sbg PM?.. itu yg dipersoalkan mereka.  Yg Annuar Musa umum semalam tu bukan suara UMNO. Silap haribulan sidang parlimen bulan ni, PN niat nak tukar speaker, PN yang tumbang. Haha. 

Hat terhegeh² sokong Muhyiddin ni PAS aje. Itu pun goyang gak tu. PAS ni mcm pelacur politik. Dulu beriya sokong Mahathir. Siap keluar kenyataan akan sokong sehingga habis penggal. Sekarang apa sudah jadi? - Ariff Kadir/f/bk
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Tengku Razaleigh Hamzah said Umno should be in a dominant position after the next general election or there would be political instability.

"Bersatu shouldn't come into the picture. They (Umno members) feel it should be just Muafakat (Nasional) - PAS and Umno - along with traditional partners of BN (which are) MCA and MIC. "Then you won't have much of a problem in terms of allocation of seats.

"But if you bring in Bersatu, we may face an election (outcome) that would put us in a hung situation again - nobody in a dominant position and nobody with a clear majority. "Then we are going to have a very unstable situation," the 83-year-old Umno advisor, who is now in his eighth-term as the Gua Musang MP, told Channel News Asia.

Asked if he believed Umno would continue to support Muhyiddin Yassin as the prime minister after the next general election, Tengku Razaleigh disagreed.

"I don't think so. The arrangement in Perikatan Nasional (now) is purely to ensure stability. "When we face the general election, it is a different ball game. Umno will have to get its act together (before then)," he added.

Tengku Razaleigh believes that Umno's chances in the next election are bright but was unable to name a possible candidate for prime minister.

"That is the big question. What Umno and BN have to decide is to hoist a person that can lead. One with integrity. "Those who were leaders yesterday must be prepared to sacrifice themselves and give way to new people who are not tainted," he added.

There are question marks over whether PN - formed on an ad hoc basis in March - would survive until the next general election, which must be held by 2023. All three parties faced off against each other during the 2018 election, which saw Umno coming on top. - mk
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There you go again 8th PM Mujyiddin,the going was good when UMNO Needed Party Bersatu to break-up Pakatan Harapan and you fell for the trick.During the 15th GE,your Party Bersatu will be played out by UMNO and will be swept aside to allow UMNO a clean sweep and return to Putrajaya again.All those Katak politicians led by Azmin Ali will be written-off as traitors by the voters.Blue sky and happy days are back for UMNO leaders to return to their old ways where Cash and $$$$$ are King. - Dont just talk

Kuli is telling moodin Bersatu is a condom lar... Single use only... Not recyclable.... Bersatu already served its purpose.... Its time to disappear according to Kuli.. - Bibut

Sounds like Ku Li still hoping to taste the pie? Everyone trying to be the defenders of the race but nobody has any real ideas on how to bring the country forward. Economic minister also kosong.- One

Rakyat dah tahu.... Sapa x kenal org Umno bila dapat kuasa sampai masa Bersatu ditinggalkan dan ikuti oleh parti Pas...kita tngok sapa yg kena. - Maslan Mamat Lan

"‘Payah bahagi kerusi dengan Bersatu, Umno boleh hilang dominasi’" Dulu bila dah dominasi hangpa tak jaga..makan duit rakyat ..pusing sana sini.. lupa diri lupa tuhan lepas PRU14 Allah bagi terbalik hangpa duk cerita pasai dominasi lagi.. betui betui muka tak malu..- Ujang Mohd

PH must leave Mahathir 
behind and move forward...

Political analyst Dr Jeniri Amir said former prime minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad has lost the legitimacy to nominate Parti Warisan Sabah president Datuk Seri Shafie Apdal as PH++ prime ministerial candidate, or decide who the country's future prime minister should be.

'Mahathir a problem maker, not problem solver' He told Sinchew.com.my in an interview that in any democracy, the party with the most seats should get to decide who the prime minister is. "Mahathir now doesn't even have a party, and only has five seats. He has absolutely no right to name Shafie Apdal as PM candidate. "Moreover, Parti Warisan also only has nine seats."

Jeniri said cracks and suspicions have already emerged in the cooperation among Pakatan Harapan parties, and this does not augur well for the political pact's future. "They all have their own agendas, to make sure their parties remain relevant in Malaysian politics."
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He also said Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim is feeling upset about Amanah's and DAP's support of Tun Mahathir. "Anwar may turn to support PM Muhyiddin, but will Perikatan Nasional accept him?"

He said Mahathir is only a problem maker, not a problem solver, and if PH were to move forward, it must free itself from Mahathir's control and not to listen to him any more.

'PM candidate issue must be settled fast' Political analyst Dr Phoon Wing Keong said conflicts and frictions over the issue of prime ministerial candidate have tensed up the relationship of PH component parties. However, he said this is not going to cause the pact to collapse.

"The cost of a split is definitely higher than maintaining their mutual cooperation," he said. Phoon said there isn't much problem with PH parties when it comes to political ideologies, seat allocation, fighting the PN government, Umno or policy consensus. "The only problem is the choice of prime minster."
He said this is a problem that must be settled first and not to be delayed any further, be it for the July parliamentary sitting or a snap election. "Both Mahathir and Anwar have their own agendas, but at this point, Anwar as the opposition leader to a certain extent has failed to play this role."

Possible rise of demagogue Meanwhile, local political scientist, activist and columnist Dr Wong Chin Huat pointed out that given the current political turmoil, what Malaysians should worry about is not PH, but the country's multi-party democracy.

He said the chaotic situation would eventually make the voters feel disgusted at major political parties and leaders and turn to support political outsiders, adding that this could also give rise to a demagogue, such as the rise of Nazism during the Weimar Republic of Germany after the first world war.

Wong said if Malaysians have lost their faith in democracy, the demagogue that will rise to power is very likely an extreme racist, and this will undermine the country's multiculturalism. - mysinchew

Pengerusi SPR Letak Jawatan?Status Pengundi 18 Tahun,camna?

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02 July 2020

Fake 'PN candidate list' or wish list?

Malaysiakini

Most avid political watchers in Malaysia would have recently received a purported list of Perikatan Nasional's candidates for the next parliamentary election. The 13-page PDF file, marked "sulit" (confidential) and authored by one "KGE", names 194 "PN candidates" sans Gabungan Parti Sarawak.

The "list" was accompanied by notes outlining the rationale behind certain candidacy decisions and purported outcomes of inter-party negotiations. Top Umno and PAS leaders contacted by Malaysiakini have dismissed the document as fake and are probably right. The first half of this article would explain why. They told Malaysiakini that the "list" was fictional since negotiations between the three parties have not taken place.

Umno and PAS are in a formal alliance known as Muafakat Nasional, which in turn is currently allied with Bersatu. Collectively, they formed the PN government in March. Upon closer inspection, the fake "list" would sound less preposterous if it was seen as a proposal from Bersatu's perspective. This angle would be explored in the latter half of the article.

However, since Malaysiakini believes the "list" to be fake, it would not be reproduced in this article to discourage its spread.
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Umno's 'numbers' don't make sense

The biggest red flag signalling the improbability of this "list" is the fact that Umno would only be granted the right to field candidates in 64 seats while its splinter party Bersatu and PAS would be allocated 54 and 31 seats respectively. If the "list" is true, it would mean that Umno - arguably the richest and biggest party in the country in terms of membership - would only be fielding half the number of candidates it did in 2018.

During the last election, Umno fielded 120 candidates for Parliament, with 54 winners. As for Bersatu, it fielded 52 candidates, of which 13 won while PAS fielded 154 and won 18. Another fact which makes the "list" improbable is the suggestion that a large number of senior Umno members, including its president Ahmad Zahid Hamidi, would be dropped as candidates.

These include sitting MPs who won their seats with comfortable majorities such as Najib Abdul Razak (Pekan), Nazri Abdul Aziz (Padang Rengas), Idris Jusoh (Besut), Tajuddin Abdul Rahman (Pasir Salak), Mahdzir Khalid (Padang Terap), Ismail Muttalib (Maran), Ismail Mohamed Said (Kuala Krau) and Azalina Said Othman (Penggerang).

According to the "list", three Umno MPs who relinquished their seats would be granted the "Tun" title, a promise which would be hard to keep, given that the cap of 25 titleholders had already been reached at the time of writing.
Dr M's faction turns Bersatu logo black in campaign to pressure ...

A Bersatu wish list?

What is difficult to ignore in the "list" is that it appeared to favour Bersatu which has far less proven support compared to Umno based on the 2018 election. The "list" suggested that Umno would have to make way for other parties - mostly Bersatu - in 20 constituencies it won in the previous polls.

This included seats which Umno won with more than 50 percent of the votes cast in 2018 such as Beluran, Mersing, Masjid Tanah, Putrajaya, Rompin and Jeli, which by conventional wisdom meant the party would likely retain these constituencies without having to cede it to Bersatu.

In contrast, the "list" suggested that Bersatu had to cede only three seats it won in 2018 - Kubang Pasu, Muar and Simpang Renggam - to Umno. Moreover, the "list" suggested that Umno is not seeking the return of most seats which it lost to Bersatu in a series of defections between 2018 and 2019.

These seats are Jeli, Bagan Serai, Bukit Gantang, Masjid Tanah, Beluran, Tanah Merah, Hulu Terengganu, Larut, Sabak Bernam, Mersing, Kudat, Beufort, Libaran and Sipitang. With such a lopsided deal, the "list" appeared more like a Bersatu wish list rather than a bona fide PN candidate list.
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Delicate balance

Based on the above, it can be concluded that the "list" is fake. However, what could be gleaned from the "list" are some factors which might be taken into consideration as PN's seat negotiations progress. Currently, there are two main blocs which make up 80 percent of the PN federal government - Muafakat Nasional (Umno and PAS) which has 59 seats and Bersatu which has 32 seats.

On paper, Umno, PAS and Bersatu are all vying for the same constituents - Malay Muslims - but the fake "list" took a regional approach to seat distribution. The fake "list" suggests that Umno would be allocated more seats in Negeri Sembilan, Johor and Pahang while Bersatu is allocated more seats in Perak, Selangor and Sabah. PAS seats were mostly concentrated in Kelantan, Terengganu and Kedah.

The fake "list" also appeared to have taken into account seats which Umno won with less than 50 percent of the vote share as the basis for ceding 14 seats, mostly to Bersatu. Umno, PAS and Bersatu faced off against each other during the 2018 election, leading to many candidates winning without a clear majority.

In closing, there is no reason for Umno to make such "generous" concessions, which could potentially irk its grassroots pining for the return of a powerful Umno and limiting its chances of maximising its electoral successes. However, the fake "list" does help illustrate the complicated dynamics between Umno, PAS and Bersatu as the three parties move towards the next general election, assuming that the PN coalition holds until then. - Andrew Ong,mk

Senarai calon PN: Palsu atau harapan Bersatu?

Ada peluang menang PRN Sarawak bagi PKR?

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Shafie Apdal neither the PM 
we deserve nor need...

Sabah Chief Minister Shafie Apdal is the opposition’s prime minister designate. He must be over the moon right now because finally someone had the pluck to nominate a politician from East Malaysia.

He is, of course, Dr Mahathir Mohamad and Pakatan Harapan’s (PH) pick. His deputies will be PKR chief Anwar Ibrahim and Mahathir’s son Mukhriz. At this stage, it just stinks to be Anwar, but we’ll save that for another day and time.

Ditto discussions about Mukhriz whose charisma can’t even move a pebble and who has yet to come out of father’s shadows. Mahathir has denied that he propped up his son for the deputy prime minister post. Sure, that may be true. But in Malaysia things work for influential people without them needing to ask directly.

Now, an East Malaysia prime minister is refreshing. Thumbs up for diversity. But if Mahathir and PH really cared about diversity, then Shafie would be last on the list for obvious reasons. Ever since Shafie took over the Sabah chief minister post, the state has been lagging reform-wise. For example, he is still the state’s finance minister despite a source close to him saying in 2018 that this temporary double-hatting was meant to stabilise the state government.

Shafie should focus on his corruption scandal and stop playing ...

Clearly this means the man has yet to shed his Umno ways. He has an uninspiring track record, too. Shafie was investigated in 2017 over allegedly abusing RM1.5 bil meant for rural development projects. He purportedly siphoned the money when he was rural and regional development minister between 2009 and 2015.

Back then he was remanded for eight days and released on bail on Oct 27, 2017. But he was cleared of the charges on Aug 28, 2018, after PH won the general election in May the same year. And his tenure as rural and regional development minister deserves more scrutiny. The second series of the 2013 Auditor-General’s Report, for instance, flagged a number of rural water supply projects in Sarawak.

Initially, a total of RM2.4 bil was allocated for 314 of such projects but only 115 or 36.6% were completed at a cost of RM1.43 bil. Of the 314 projects, 69 required the construction of water treatment plants and connection of major water pipes worth RM1.71 bil.

The A-G only audited 13 of the 69 projects, but it found several weaknesses including preliminary studies that were not comprehensive enough, the quality of the construction work was not satisfactory with visible leaks on the water tanks, and four out of the 13 failed to be completed after being given a few extensions and only two were completed ahead of time. Also, the audited projects cost less than the amount allocated with RM388.03 mil spent instead of the projected RM463.4 mil.
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People close to him have also been charged by the MACC. One of his generals, Peter Anthony, has been charged with multiple rounds of corruption and abuse of power. Among others, money laundering involving RM8.75 mil between 2014 and 2016 and embezzlement of more than RM15.5 mil involving land deals linked to the Rubber Industry Smallholders Development Authority (Risda) between 2014 and 2015. Anthony, who is the state’s infrastructure development minister and Melalap assemblyman, pleaded not guilty to all charges.

If anything we’ve learned from the past is that political expediency is costly. PH co-opted Mahathir and friends who supposedly led to the victory of the coalition during GE14 but also gave birth to the “Sheraton coup” and the collapse of the government that Malaysians voted for.

In its wake, Muhyiddin Yassin is now prime minister and his Perikatan Nasional coalition is the government of the day. And they are moving at warp speed, placing loyalists on government-linked corporations, delaying Parliament, threatening the free press and doing all the things that irk many as if they are in a hurry to do whatever it is best known to them.

Sadly PH never moved as frenetic or concerted as Muhyiddin and his team. But such is the “scheme of things” that really calls to question whether we would see a change in government in the short-term given how PH or whatever the country has for an opposition is in shambles.

So what does Malaysia need for an alternative? We need politicians with lesser baggage than the lot who are leading PH right now. That’s a start. But we also need more women and more millennials to step up – such as Nurul Izzah Anwar. PH is not short of them. Some would say that this is not a wise political strategy, citing surveys and findings cooked up from every nook and cranny. But the young ones in PH can afford a 10-year struggle.
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The old ones cannot. But this isn’t about the old guard and should no longer be. Malaysia has to move on beyond Mahathir, Anwar, Lim Guan Eng and their ilk. And this is a reflection of what is happening the world over, where women and millennials are taking charge of government. If we aspire to be a “developed nation” it’s high time we act like one, aside from being obsessed with income per capita or GDP growth.

What about the East Malaysian? Sure, but let’s not have a token East Malaysian. Shafie is in Mahathir’s orbit and therefore comes off as a puppet. The East Malaysian hopeful too has to be someone different but also someone who can navigate the intricacies of the royal houses in the peninsula – an ever-present political pressure point.

More importantly, with the younger ones running the government, we can also finally have stronger institutions. Remember that Shafie’s corruption charges were dropped by MACC when PH took over the government.

That is something that should not be repeated. Because that means we have never truly improved from the past and a successive government like Muhyiddin’s can use that advantage to its fullest – cue Musa Aman and Riza Aziz. So Shafie is neither the prime minister we need nor deserve. – Emmanuel Samarathisa

Pencalonan Shafie: PH wajar 
putuskan sebelum sidang Parlimen 13 Julai...

Cadangan pencalonan Datuk Seri Shafie Apdal sebagai calon Perdana Menteri untuk mengembalikan mandat rakyat dan membolehkan Pakatan Harapan (PH) Plus membentuk semula kerajaan perlu diputuskan bersama di dalam mesyuarat Majlis Presiden PH.

Setiausaha Agung DAP, Lim Guan Eng berkata Majlis Presiden PH perlu bermesyuarat dalam kadar segera sebelum persidangan Parlimen bermula pada 13 Julai 2020 bagi memutuskan cadangan itu.

“Jawatankuasa Tertinggi Pusat (CEC) menegaskan pendirian bahawa kedudukan PH perlu diperkukuhkan dan pada masa yang sama, PH juga perlu bekerjasama dengan semua parti yang komited untuk menentang Perikatan Nasional (PN).
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Ada orang suruh kah? Orang suruh bersara dan rehat.
20 tahun PKR, DAP dan PAS kemudian Amanah bersama. 
2 tahun Tun bersama, terus huru hara. Takkan tak nampak lagi kot...

“CEC mengambil maklum bahawa cadangan pencalonan ini adalah bersejarah kerana melibatkan seorang pemimpin dari Malaysia Timur dipertimbangkan buat julung kalinya,” katanya dalam kenyataan, malam tadi.

Mengulas perkara lain, Guan Eng yang juga Ahli Parlimen Bagan berkata, CEC DAP juga menyokong supaya Speaker Dewan Rakyat, Mohammad Ariff Md Yusof dan Timbalan Speaker, Nga Kor Ming dikekalkan dalam jawatan mereka.

Ini selepas Ariff dilaporkan menerima usul mencadangkan supaya khidmat beliau dan Kor Ming ditamatkan. — Roketkini.com



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01 July 2020

Dah jadi kerajaang kan, sembang pun tak guna...

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Sebelum dapat kuasa dulu, depa desak macam2, yang tak logik pun desak nak bagi nampak akulah pejuang Melayu Isley paling ghuluw...

Bila Allah uji, bagi kuasa cara salah, jalan tebok atap satu apa pun yang mereka janji tak dapat di laksanakan. yang lagi hina boleh jadi hamba MCA; panggil MCA orang alim sebab tak minum arak; sucikan parti perkauman MCA yang terang-terang harbi sebab hina hudud.
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Yang desak hapus sekolah vernakular ini sama ada dah jadi penghuni 6 kaki bawah tanah atau akal yang dia sewa pada pimpinan dia ada kerosakan saraf kekal yang halang daya cognitif untuk beza mana betul atau salah; semuanya hanya menunggu wahyu dari pimpinan bila lagi di benarkan untuk menggunakan akal masing-masing

Inilah untungnya ada sekandang ternakan yang jinak; waktu muda di kerah susu, suruh pacak bendera, bila dah tua agak-agak dah lemau dan liat, ternakan jadi di jual untuk di sembelih jadi santapan tuan MCA dan gulai kawahnya. - Mohd Mukhlis Mohd Sharif
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Dulu sikit punya ranggi angkat sepanduk sana sini mahu hapuskan judi,tapi bila dah naik jadi gomen melalui pintu belakang lain pula ceritanya.Toto,magnum,kuda masih beroperasi Rabu,Sabtu dan Ahad ditambah pula dengan special draw sebulan sekali atau dua kali. Hingga hari ini,setelah lebai Haji Hadi dilantik duta khas bertaraf menteri tetap diam membisu...sampai sekarang terus kakak2 muslimat kita dok tertanya-tanya. Agaknya bila Lebai Haji Hadi hanya diam membisu ertinya OKlah!! tu no problem...TS

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Madey bukan dlm PH.Pie bukan dlm PH. Tapi Madey yg besar kepala buat keputusan utk PH
Sebab apa dia berani? Sebab ada pemimpin2 Amanah dan DAP terhegeh2 sokong dia. Tapi semua ni masih salah Anwar katanya...- mantoba

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Shafie was there during Langkah Sheraton talks.
Can you trust this guy from Sabah???

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The prime minister and the tests...

Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin is a lucky man. He has got friends who have full confidence in him. That's not all. The friends want to help Muhyiddin prove he has got the majority support in the Parliament. Not that the prime minister has asked for their help. They want to help anyway.

Hence, we have PAS, being friends of Muhyiddin, submitting a motion of confidence on the prime minister for tabling and debate in the Parliament session beginning July 13. Muhyiddin should be happy he has got such good friends. But is he? Happy I mean.

One doesn't have to be an expert in constitutional law to know that a confidence vote and a no-confidence vote are basically the "same". As far as the objective is concerned, both motions are meant to determine the fate of the prime minister, meaning it is to determine if a prime minister gets to remain in the No.1 position or he's got to resign.

Put simply, a prime minister must win or get the numbers to win the confidence vote to remain in office, failing which he must quit. As for the no-confidence vote, the prime minister must defeat the motion, again by getting the numbers, to continue being the PM, failing which he must go.

In the case of Muhyiddin, the prime minister doesn't need this at the moment, not with his wafer-thin majority in the Parliament. So I can't help but ask what's the difference between what PAS wants to do and what Tun Mahathir Mohamad wants to do.

Mahathir, as we know, is adamant in wanting to table a no- confidence motion against Muhyiddin. And as said earlier, both motions are to determine the fate of the prime minister. The only difference is the wording – one is "confidence" motion and the other "no" confidence motion.
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PAS says it only wants to show support for the PM and prove to "all those still disputing Muhyiddin's position". And the party says it is "confident the prime minister has enough support" to get through the test, so to speak.

Still the risk is high. Nothing should be taken for granted, and in the event PAS' motion is defeated, they too will have to step down from the Perikatan Nasional government. Surely PAS knows all this. Yet they want to go through it. Why? Politicians, even in Perikatan Nasional, are baffled. So too for political analysts, observers and commentators.

Long-time PAS watcher Mohd Sayuti Omar says the party's move is courting trouble and thus they should not do it. "The implication is not good as it can backfire. If PAS really wants to help or defend Muhyiddin, it must make sure any no-confidence motion against the PM is defeated," says Sayuti. According to Saytuti, PAS' move in tabling the confidence motion can also be perceived as PAS itself being skeptical on the majority support Muhyiddin has.

Associate Professor Dr Yusri Ibrahim, head of research at Ilham Center, admits that it is hard to tell what PAS is up to with the confidence motion. "Whether they are really supporting Muhyiddin or this is part of the strategy to force the prime minister to dissolve the Parliament to make way for election," says Yusri.

As Yusri sees it, the dissolution of Parliament should not be brought up now as the opposition is currently in disarray in trying to take over federal power. But Umno, which is PAS' partner in Muafakat Nasional, has been demanding for a snap election. That's why Yusri "suspects" that PAS' confidence motion is part of the strategy to force the dissolution of the Parliament which Umno has wanted. At least that's what Umno has been proclaiming in public.



A political observer reminds me that it all boils down to the Dewan Rakyat Speaker whether to allow the motion to be tabled or not. However, this particular motion is to be tabled by PAS, and the minister for Parliament and Law is Datuk Takiyuddin Hassan who incidentally is PAS secretary-general. But, says the political observer, "Ultimately it is the Speaker's call."

Talking about the Speaker, Tan Sri Mohamad Ariff Md Yusof has confirmed that the prime minister is seeking to replace him as Dewan Rakyat Speaker. The prime minister said Ariff had submitted a motion to his office for both his removal and that of his deputy Nga Kor Ming. 

Ariff and Nga were appointed by Pakatan Harapan when it came to power in 2018. What we know so far is that the motion to remove Ariff and Nga is scheduled to be tabled on July 13 when the Parliament reconvenes.

Nga was reported by MalaysiaKini as saying the motion will be dealt with fairly according to parliamentary rules "although it bucked convention and created an unprecedented move of the prime minister asking to replace a sitting Speaker and his deputy at the same time".

He was also quoted as saying the Federal Constitution only allows a Speaker or deputy speaker to be replaced when the position is vacant, whether though death, resignation, or the dissolution of the Parliament.
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Nga said none of the scenarios applied in the present situation, hence the replacements can only be decided by a House vote and not by the prime minister. 

"Only the Dewan Rakyat has the power to do that. Whatever the motion, whether it is to replace the Speaker or freeze a parliamentary convention, it must be brought to the House for a vote," according to Nga.

We are frequently told by law experts that a no-confidence vote can come in many forms. Therefore, this motion to replace the Speaker and deputy speaker can also determine the fate of the prime minister.

Thus, winning or losing the motion has the same consequences as that of winning or losing a no-confidence motion. In the words of a political observer, the motion on the removal of Speaker and deputy speaker could very well be the first test for Muhyiddin. - Mohsin Abdullah 



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