COMMENTS: Highlighting the results if the 2008 General Election, as soon as the GE-12 ended, Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin, who at the time was the Umno Vice-President, shocked everyone by criticising the failure of the Umno President, Tun Abdullah Ahmad Badawi, causing several states to fall into the hands of the opposition.
Muhyiddin’s criticism was due to the GE-12 results which showed that BN only won 140 parliamentary seats and 307 constituency seats.
Reflection from Muhyiddin’s criticism, he was considered a hero because he dared to criticise the president of the party leading to Abdullah’s withdrawal.Meanwhile, the larger reward was that he was appointed to be the Umno Vice President thus becoming the Deputy Prime Minister.
Many political analysts are waiting for his reaction on the 13th General Election (GE-13) which just concluded.
Will Muhyiddin criticise Najib following the performance recorded when Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak, who is the BN Chairman, received a poorer result compared to Abdullah’s era?
The GE-13 which recently ended showed BN acquiring 133 parliamentary seats, seven less than during Pak Lah’s (Abdullah) era of 140 seats.
Similarly with the overall State Legislative Assembly seats which declined from 307 to 275 seats, a decline of 32 seats.
What is more unfortunate for Najib, who is also the Selangor Umno Liaison Chairman, was when PR win 44 constituency seats in the state compared to 36 seats when Pak Lah was the BN Chairman.
The figure represents an increase of 10 seats for Selangor PR, thus allowing for the Selangor PR to acquire more than two-thirds (37 seats) majority in the State Legislative Assembly.
While BN only obtained 12 seats compared to 20 seats in 2008.
Where did the RM2.71 billion allocation to the Selangor Umno go to?
For the people of Selangor, they are certainly wondering as to whose pocket did the provisions given to Najib for the state Umno, totaling RM2.71 billion in November 2011 to recapture Selangor, go to.
The statement of the Selangor PR Chairman, Tan Sri Abdul Khalid Ibrahim today urged for Najib to resign as the Selangor Umno Liaison Chairman, which is relevant to the performance showed by Najib in Selangor.
The Syabas sabotage regarding the failure to supply treated water during the campaign period recently was a miss. This is due to the effectiveness of the information resources to the people from the Selangor PR regarding the actual reality of the water crisis in the state.
What is more unfortunate is the defeat of the Deputy Director of Elections and the Selangor BN Coordinator, Datuk Seri Mohd Zin Mohamad who lost of the Central PAS Legal Body Chairman, Mohamad Hanipa Maidin at the Sepang Parliament.
GE-13: 5.6 Million Voted PR, Only 5.3 Million Votes for BN
The mainstream media tried to cover up the real facts based on the amount of voters who voted for PR and BN during the GE-13.
Based on the analysis, more than 5.6 million voters voted for PR compared to 5.3 million for BN.
However, based on boundary delimitation, BN secured a simple majority of 133 parliamentary seats. Of course, the a great portion of the votes were contributed by parliamentary constituencies in rural Sarawak and Sabah.
This is also an argument as to why BN refuses to develop the communications systems and development in rural Sabah and Sarawak.BN would rather let the people in rural Sabah and Sarawak to continue to live in poverty as bribery material during the campaigning period will allow for BN power to continue.
Bangladeshis and Shaking Ink
Phantom voters who are mainly Bangladeshis should also not be left out because a large portion of BN’s victory is in areas where there are a small number of voters.
Dozens of downloaded pictures online show that the issue is not a trivial polemic to be taken lightly.
The lineup of PR lawyers are currently gathering evidence to take this case to court. According to R.Sivarasa, who is also the MP of Subang, everyone involved, including the Home Minister and the EC can be charged in respect to this tragic betrayal.
Similarly with the issue of indelible ink which is not permanent is an evidence as published in the website.
The question of why early voters who voted in 20 April took up to three days. The five days will cause the ink to no longer be visible. Wheres the EC informed that the ink would last for seven days.
Therefore, it is possible that the security personnel and those involved can vote for a second time on the polling day.
Whatever the result, the GE-13 has already ended by the transparency of the EC continues to be challenged. The people also understand that Umno-BN is willing to ride anything to ensure victory. Let alone with the EC under the Prime Minister’s Department.
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