Permatang Pauh vote counting

Anwar Wins. The permatang Pauh voters have spoken on behalf of the people of Malaysia. This is another clear message to BN. They cannot carry on their old ways. They have to change or face changes sweeping them away.

Anwar has obtained a bigger majority at 15671 with a turnout rate of  81%. BN has failed to lower the majority despite choosing the voting date on a weekday.  Umno must take note and so must all the component parties including MCA, MIC and Gerakan. They are fast becoming irrelevant, if they still choose to go against the wish of the majority in Peninsular Malaysia.

From Malaysiakini:

9.50pm: Official EC tally – Anwar got 31,195 votes, Arif Shah, 15,524, Hanafi, 92. Anwar won with a majority of 15,671.

 

9.12pm: Official EC result: With 11 more boxes to go, Anwar has won the by-election with a 14,551 majority. He garnered 27,977 votes while BN’s Arif Shah obtained 13,426 while Akim’s Hanafi Hamat got 85. 

8pm: Unofficial: Anwar is the winner, obtaining a majority of 16,210. He garnered in 26,646 while Arif Omar 10,436 votes.

??   Unofficial PKR alert – Anwar wins with a majority of 17,652, obtaining 31,949 votes. BN’s Arif Shah garnered 14,297 while Akim’s Hanafi Hamat got 74. Hanafi to lose his RM15,000 deposit.

(Editor: This Malaysiakini figure cannot be right. Because the total votes exceed 65% turnout. Someone please clarify).

 7.59pm: Unofficial latest count, Anwar has obtained 16,101 votes as opposed to Arif Shah’s 6,071. 

7.43pm The EC starts to announce official results as per the ballot boxes it has counted. As it stands, Anwar is leading by 3,507 votes (or 48.11 percent).

The breakdown is as follows: Akim’s Hanafi Hamat (nine votes), Anwar (5,398 votes) and Arif Shah (1,891).

So far 20 ballot boxes of a total of 111 have been opened and counted. Anwar had won in ALL these 20 boxes. In one particular box, he had obtained 441 votes compared to Arif’s 14.

 

7.25pm: There are signs of significant swing to PKR despite the lower turnout. In the state constituency of Penanti, which PKR won at the March 8 general elections, the party has bagged the sole polling station, Telok Wang, it failed to win five months ago.

March 8 result: BN – 261 votes, PKR – 227
Aug 26 result: BN – 232 votes, PKR – 260

Anwar is also making gains in the state constitutency of Seberang Jaya, where PKR had lost to BN candidate Arif on March 8.

7.25pm: Anwar’s press conference at 9pm is believed to declare his victory. The press conference was rescheduled to 9pm from its original time of 7.45pm.

7.20pm: Unofficial results so far: Anwar 5,855; Arif Shah 1,910

58 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. romerz
    Aug 26, 2008 @ 19:56:28

    Reported in ‘The Star Online’ at 7.34 pm;

    BUTTERWORTH: Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim is in the lead in the Permatang Pauh by-election with the majority of the ballot boxes counted.

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  2. Justin Choo
    Aug 26, 2008 @ 20:12:02

    THE P PAUH VOTERS HAVE SENT THE STRONGEST MESSAGE ON OUR BEHALF.

    TONIGHT THEY ARE THE HEROES OF THE NATION!!

    CHEERS!!!!!!!

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  3. Justin Choo
    Aug 26, 2008 @ 20:26:37

    from Malaysian insider:

    Anwar”s back in the House
    AUG 26 Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim is back! Fewer than expected voters turned out in the most eagerly-anticipated by-election in history but that will not stop Anwar from returning to Parliament.

    Even though official results will only be known in a couple of hours, Barisan Nasional officials told The Malaysian Insider that Anwar has won. BN is trailing after counting in two polling centres.

    While he may not be at Friday’s tabling of the 2009 Budget by Finance Minister Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi, who is also the PM, he will most definitely be present when the Budget is debated at the next sitting of Parliament on Oct 13.

    Anwar’s return to Parliament also marks another milestone in his quest to take over the Federal Government by Sept 16.

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  4. A true Malaysian
    Aug 26, 2008 @ 20:39:38

    From Haris Ibrahim, The People’s Parliament

    8.20pm : Din Merican reporting from the counting centre

    Votes in favour of Anwar – 31,949

    Votes for Arif – 14,297

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  5. monsterball
    Aug 26, 2008 @ 20:47:32

    Great news!
    Doc woke me up with his SMS to tell me this!
    I guess…few hours of me being silence….worries Doc .. this old man….no speak…..means DEAD..hhahahahaha

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  6. A true Malaysian
    Aug 26, 2008 @ 20:49:12

    From Haris Ibrahim,

    .45pm : Din Merican reporting from the counting centre

    The earlier figures reported, it seems were incorrect.

    Votes in favour of Anwar – 22,373

    Votes for Arif – 9,549.

    Seven polling centres still outstanding

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  7. A true Malaysian
    Aug 26, 2008 @ 20:51:56

    Monsterball,

    Hold on, don’t miss it…..more to come by

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  8. A true Malaysian
    Aug 26, 2008 @ 20:55:26

    Anwar Returns To Parliament
    26 08 2008

    Malaysia Governments Declares By-Election DEFEATS (8.45pm Channel News Asia)

    Anwar Ibrahim has returns to Malaysian Parliament in style!. Unofficial result by IPGlobal.TV so far, Dato’ Seri Anwar Ibrahim (PKR) 22,373. Dato’ Arif Shah Omar Shah (BN) 9,549. Hanafi Mamat (AKIM) 39.

    Anwar will be making a statement shortly. Watch it on http://www.ipglobal.tv.

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  9. A true Malaysian
    Aug 26, 2008 @ 20:56:56

    Breaking News
    Malaysia’s ruling coalition concedes defeat to opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim in Permatang Pauh by-election

    Channelnewsasia

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  10. nick
    Aug 26, 2008 @ 20:58:16

    Brilliant news. Low turnout of 65% is a disappointment. How come? The most important by-election but where did the voters disappear to? The EC’s electoral list not updated? A winning majority of 16k to 17k, tak puas lah. Congrats to DSAI and may he go to Parliament and kick ass.. Arif can go back to pursue his Phd.

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  11. A true Malaysian
    Aug 26, 2008 @ 21:07:42

    cannot be turnout only 65% lah, these people something wrong, they play around with figures.

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  12. A true Malaysian
    Aug 26, 2008 @ 21:11:07

    Since Umno dragged in sodomy issue in PP by-election, the government should drop the case in court.

    People already gave the verdict.

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  13. A true Malaysian
    Aug 26, 2008 @ 21:14:55

    From Anil Netto blog,

    2216: Anwar has bagged around 32,000 votes so far to Ariff’s 14,000; that’s a 17,000-18,000 majority. “He has taken on the whole BN machinery and all the resources at their disposal and come out tops,” says a lawyer.

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  14. nick
    Aug 26, 2008 @ 21:21:49

    Anyone having difficulties accessing MT, try the following IP links:

    202.75.62.114
    72.47.236.85
    202.71.97.141

    Hidup Altantuya!

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  15. Dr Hsu
    Aug 26, 2008 @ 21:28:49

    A True Malaysian, that will give a total votes of 46ooo and about n80% turnout.

    but they say turnout is only 65%.

    I am puzzled by all these figures

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  16. romerz
    Aug 26, 2008 @ 21:29:51

    Sheesh!!!

    Some of these figures don’t make sense. If you accept Anil Netto’s figures, that would make it a 80%+ turnout.

    There is no doubt Anwar has won and won big.

    For the purpose of my blog and until official results are announced, I’m using PKR’s news alert of;

    Anwar Ibrahim – 31,949

    Arif Shah – 14,297

    Hanafi Hamat – 74

    Win majority of 17,652

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  17. A true Malaysian
    Aug 26, 2008 @ 21:30:56

    I hope Umno concedes defeat gracefully….and not finding excuses like what I just read in Malaysiakini :-

    Muhammad said Umno had been hampered by internal disagreement over the choice of its candidate in the by-election, Arif Shah Omah Shah, and was distracted by upcoming internal leadership polls.

    “There are factors that we have to be practical about but this does not mean that he is enjoying full support elsewhere in the country,” he told AFP.

    “He is the winner here because this is his hometown and the timing of the elections is to his advantage because Umno’s party polls will be held in a month.”

    Muhammad also dismissed talk that the victory would help Anwar oust the government with the help of defecting lawmakers, after landmark March general elections that handed the opposition unprecedented gains.

    “I don’t think so. In the last general election, the people gave the Barisan Nasional the mandate to rule, so if the opposition wants to form a government they will have to wait for the next general election.”

    Question : is this the way to concede defeat?

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  18. A true Malaysian
    Aug 26, 2008 @ 21:33:11

    Dr. Hsu,

    Win is still a win, just wait for final results. Malaysians tend to play around with figures…haha.

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  19. romerz
    Aug 26, 2008 @ 21:33:53

    Dr Hsu, whatever it is, the majority is bigger than 13,000.

    I also have SMS alert from DAP declaring Anwar win with majority of 16,210

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  20. Dr Hsu
    Aug 26, 2008 @ 21:35:11

    ya, i will just wait for the result. Anyway is a big win .

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  21. monsterball
    Aug 26, 2008 @ 21:39:51

    He has to talk like that …to have hope……Anwar will never be PM.
    When Anwar is PM…Mat bin Mat will be one of the first to jail…for corruptions…..and raping young girls……all waiting to file police reports.
    Just watch…few are ready to run like hell to other countries.
    My poor adopted son….’kickdefella”…have to run and hide for few months….as now 6000″ police are free..and few maybe ordered by IGP.to arrest him… for hanging National flag..up-side down.

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  22. romerz
    Aug 26, 2008 @ 21:47:43

    To all in this forum and especially Dr Hsu,

    I would like to not only to congratulate Anwar Ibrahim but to congratulate you all as well for I’m sure you have all contributed to his win, in some way or other.

    Well done people!!!

    Anwar now has the unenviable task of leading a fragile coalition to oppose BN and topple it if it refuses to bow to the rakyat’s wishes.

    On our part, we have to help him by discussing and debating with as many people as possible how to strengthen civil society.

    Ps. I’ve allowed myself an early whisky to celebrate🙂

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  23. A true Malaysian
    Aug 26, 2008 @ 21:51:13

    My prediction of voters turn out should be around 80%.

    Just ask us a question, such a ‘tensed’ by-election, how can the turn out only 65%?

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  24. romerz
    Aug 26, 2008 @ 21:55:17

    Does anyone of you remember the name of the recently launched Malaysian news web portal called “Nuts or nutz something”?

    For the life of me I can’t remember the name and googling for it was no help.

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  25. nick
    Aug 26, 2008 @ 21:57:44

    Yes, celebrate we must in our small way. Tomorrow, I shall take my staffs out for free makan. Truth, Justice and Goodness has triumped over Corrupters, Cheaters and Evil. A better future awaits all Malaysians…

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  26. nick
    Aug 26, 2008 @ 21:58:52

    romerz, you mean nutsgraph?

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  27. romerz
    Aug 26, 2008 @ 22:00:03

    Yeah, cheers nick!

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  28. int
    Aug 26, 2008 @ 22:09:42

    romerz, do you mean http://www.thenutgraph.com/ ?

    And yes, a very welcome big win! I am claiming this as a victory for Bangsa Malaysia😉

    As for the conflicting numbers/reports, I’m also not sure what’s going on, however klpos had earlier been reporting low turnout in Malay areas, which I thought would help boost Anwar’s majority, but that theory of course depends on whether or not turnout was actually low… let’s just see tomorrow, for now just relax and call it a night… good night🙂

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  29. VJ
    Aug 26, 2008 @ 22:11:17

    new hope for Malaysian politics . Well done PP folks!
    a little anger ….. the Arif guy still can get 14k votes ?? I hoped his votes to ditch below 10k ….. Malaysian are learning but have not learned yet….

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  30. romerz
    Aug 26, 2008 @ 22:12:04

    Final EC tally :

    Anwar Ibrahim – 31,195

    Arif Shah – 15,524

    Hanafi Hamat – 92

    Win majority – 15,671

    Congratulations Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim!

    (Just a small reminder. You’re allowed to celebrate as you should for overcoming such odds but please don’t forget you did so on the back of the rakyat’s trust. Celebrate a little then get down to work and deliver to the rakyat what you promised. We are depending on you.)

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  31. romerz
    Aug 26, 2008 @ 22:15:54

    Thanks int for the link.

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  32. A true Malaysian
    Aug 26, 2008 @ 22:28:12

    It seems there is ‘live telecast’ here

    http://www.ipglobal.tv/

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  33. Patek1472
    Aug 26, 2008 @ 22:36:01

    “Victory Cries” After Permatang Pauh By-Election.
    “Laungan-Laungan Kemenangan” Selepas Pilihanraya Kecil di Permatang Pauh.
    ———————————————————-

    “Merdeka! Merdeka! Merdeka! Merdeka! Merdeka! Merdeka! Merdeka!”

    “Hail! Man of Honour” walks again in the Corridors of Power

    Posted at http://patek1472.wordpress.com

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  34. A true Malaysian
    Aug 26, 2008 @ 22:36:06

    My prediction is ‘chun’.

    The official voter turnout is 81.1 percent, or 47,410 out of 58,459 registered voters – which is much higher than what the EC has stated earlier. There were 599 spoilt votes.

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  35. A true Malaysian
    Aug 26, 2008 @ 22:57:42

    Some victory messages here:-

    “This is a clear indication that people of all races have rejected the communal politics of Barisan Nasional. It is a clear endorsement of our reform agenda. We are on track to take over the government,” Anwar told AFP.

    “I thank the voters, the wisdom of the people has prevailed. The win shows the people reject the sodomy allegations thrown at my husband,” said Anwar’s wife Wan Azizah Wan Ismail.

    Tian said that the overwhelming victory showed that “the prime minister’s racial politics is bankrupt”.

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  36. Kenny Gan
    Aug 26, 2008 @ 23:08:04

    Anwar has won Permatang Pauh with a thumping majority of more than 15,000 despite the overwhelming odds stacked against him by the BN machinery and polling held on a working day. This is a convincing victory which declares that all the races, Malays included endorse PR’s multi-racial politics to BN’s divisive racial politics.

    If the BN government has any sense, it should heed the voice of the people and set about correcting its ways. But I fear that this message from the people will once again be ignored and Umno will continue to play on racial and religious sentiments in a vain attempt to shore up its flagging support while redoubling its efforts to take down Anwar by false sodomy charges. The speaker of Parliament has already stated there is no urgency to swear in Anwar as an MP which is a dishonourable act to frustrate the will of the people.

    As the BN government cannot or will not change, there is no choice but to continue the march to Putrajaya. The huge support given to Anwar during nomination day and throughout the campaigning period shows clearly that the popularity enjoyed by Anwar is not confined to Permatang Pauh. Anwar now can rightly claim to have the mandate of the people to effect a change of Federal government.

    The clarion call has sounded. The people have spoken. It is now up to all conscientious MPs from BN to jump ship and realize the Malaysian dream of a fair and accountable government which capitalizes on the strength of racial harmony rather than exploiting the differences between the races.

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  37. romerz
    Aug 26, 2008 @ 23:12:17

    Well said Kenny gan!!!!

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  38. Dr Hsu
    Aug 26, 2008 @ 23:44:18

    Well, folks, cheers!!

    I am going to take a campari soda for celebration.

    I will reserve my whisky for romerz, if ever i meet him…
    🙂

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  39. chauncey gardener
    Aug 26, 2008 @ 23:48:48

    Momentum is clearly with the Pakatan Rakyat now and as in a tsunami, once started, it takes time and various opposing forces to stop the movement.

    What is the future of the component parties within the BN ? They must be asking themselves this question now, for the pendulum shift is clear for all to see.

    This article in Malaysian Insider puts the winners & losers in a concise report that is worth reading. http://m.themalaysianinsider.com.my/articles.php?id=8180

    Merdeka celebrations this weekend will be joyous for the people but perhaps muted for the BN politicians & thier supporters. But this country is made up by its people like you and I and for its people … and not for the polticians.

    MERDEKA !

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  40. yh
    Aug 26, 2008 @ 23:56:54

    dr hsu

    dont think they will change. now, they are talking about going after the bloggers for their lies and negative influence. and if left unchecked, the bloggers will be detrimental to the well being of BN.
    they never seem to understand. its the message and not the bloggers that sway the voters. if and only if they look after the rakyat, BN will just win hands down. when would they see this?

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  41. cilipadi
    Aug 27, 2008 @ 00:18:21

    I told you guys, kampung Malays are simple, but not naive.

    Umno under estimated the people it claimed to be represented.

    Bravo to PP voters.

    Siapa makan cili, dia rasa pedas.

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  42. petestop
    Aug 27, 2008 @ 01:07:59

    Bravo, guys, bravo Permatang Pauh and bravo Anwar!

    Now we really have something to celebrate this Merdeka!

    Hope for a New Malaysia, free from racism and divide-n-rule politics.

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  43. veonszu
    Aug 27, 2008 @ 01:18:53

    The last warning to BN/UMNO: repent and reform or be damned!

    http://veonszu.wordpress.com/2008/08/27/the-last-warning-to-bn-umno/

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  44. monsterball
    Aug 27, 2008 @ 02:10:19

    Never seen such a united bunch…all so happy for Anwar.
    For or against Anwar is so clear.
    Doc..must be drunk by now….from one glass..feel real happy..drink and drink.

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  45. monsterball
    Aug 27, 2008 @ 08:18:37

    Good Morning…One and all.
    Until Anwar is really in Parliament..after an oath taking….ceremony…just pray…..all things will go smoothly.
    There…I start you thinking……NO?

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  47. monsterball
    Aug 27, 2008 @ 08:51:56

    Lets all give credit to the poor misunderstood..police force…..who really kept the peace….but lousy road operators……hahahahahaha

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  48. monsterball
    Aug 27, 2008 @ 09:13:59

    Nothing can make writer 27th..8.51am happy.
    Yes…let me agree to disagree with him.
    I say… I say… I say…man/woman of 8.31am writer….I agree both are devils..but between to the two devils….we prefer Anwar la. Voters have s
    And so most homo sapians in earth..devilish people…because of weak minds.
    Do you understand?

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  49. nick
    Aug 27, 2008 @ 09:37:30

    Dr. Hsu, I urge you to educate us poor folks what this DNA bill is all about and what is this 1st reading, 2nd reading thingi? As a common man, I don’t want to be sodo by my own DNA in the future. Thanks a lot. Sincerely..

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  50. Dr Hsu
    Aug 27, 2008 @ 10:31:27

    nick, I have not seen the DNA bill but from what I know, it is a legislation that would enable police to obtain, record and store the DNA of every person charged in court or arrested on suspicion of a criminal offence.

    At the moment, a suspect can refuse to give his or her DNA sample unless it is proven beyond a reasonable doubt and the court empowers it.

    As for the “3 readings of bills” and how a bill becomes a law , I will quote Wikipedia here:

    “”A proposed act of law begins its life when a particular government minister or ministry prepares a first draft with the assistance of the Attorney-General’s Department. The draft, known as a bill, is then discussed by the Cabinet. If it is agreed to be submitted to Parliament, the bill is distributed to all MPs. It then goes through three readings before the Dewan Rakyat.

    The first reading is where the minister or his deputy submits it to Parliament. At the second reading, the bill is discussed and debated by MPs. Until the mid-1970s, both English and Malay (the national language) were used for debates, but henceforth, only Malay was permitted, unless permission was obtained from the Speaker of the House. At the third reading, the minister or his deputy formally submit it to a vote for approval. A 2/3rds majority is usually required to pass the bill, but in certain cases, a simple majority suffices. Should the bill pass, it is sent to the Dewan Negara, where the three readings are carried out again. The Dewan Negara may choose not to pass the bill, but this only delays its passage by a month, or in some cases, a year; once this period expires, the bill is considered to have been passed by the house.

    If the bill passes, it is presented to the Yang di-Pertuan Agong (King), who has 30 days to consider the bill. Should he disagree with it, he returns it to Parliament with a list of suggested amendments. Parliament must then reconsider the bill and its proposed amendments and return it to the King within 30 days if they pass it again. The King then has another 30 days to give the royal assent; otherwise, it passes into law. The law does not take effect until it is published in the Government Gazette””

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  51. Patek1472
    Aug 27, 2008 @ 11:03:46

    A Sinking “Titanic” (BN) in Malaysia? (The show has just begun!)
    ——————————————————-

    Malaysia’s Titanic (BN) was deemed unsinkable when it was first launched. Even when it hit an iceberg on 8 March 2008, it was so hard to accept that the ship will sink. When all efforts to save the ship from sinking was finally abandoned, the Captain (DSAB) just stood silently awaiting the fate as a forlorn man. He was hoping the Carpentia or some other nearby ships will come in time to save the passengers. It was sad to see the Captain firing off some distress flares to alert the Carpentier, but the Carpentier’s Captain (DSNTR) was just not convinced that the Titanic was in distress.

    In between is a love story of Leonardo DiCaprio (DSAI) and Kate Winslet (Azizah). Azizah refused to abandon her love, even though many a times, events show she should just save herself. She held on to hopes, hoping against hope that she and her love can pull thru and both will survive this tragedy. Both suffered mentally and emotionally and in the end, it was Azizah left to tell the tale of a great man who sacrificed himself to save her.

    As for the crew of the Titanic (Little Napoleons) and their friends who are rich and powerful corporate figures, who helped run the ship, did you see the desperation when they found out that the ship is really sinking. Most of them scramble to save their lives and abandon ship and some, with loads of money found they can’t buy anything they wanted, even a place on a lifeboat to save their lives (TDM migration). But not all, for there was a few brave Napoleons who tried to show they are committed to the name of Titanic (BN) and the show continues.

    There was an old couple who just lay in bed waiting for the ship to sink (MIC & PPP) abandoned by the young and too old to move around anymore. There were also musicians still playing the ship’s songs (MCA, PBB, LDP, PBRS, PRS, SAPP, SPDP, SUPP, UPKO) and died like true musicians dedicated to their role of love for music. There were also some crew (GERAKAN) still working to plug the leaks at the bottom of the ship until they themselves died thinking they were heroes not knowing the ship cannot be saved just by plugging some holes.

    Do you know who was the director of Titanic (BN) show? James Cameron (TDM).

    Did you know this show was shown around the world?

    Did you know Malaysia has some of the best actors and actresses and supporting casts?

    Anyway, it was just a movie, for the real show has only just begun!

    Posted at http://patek1472.wordpress.com

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  52. highnoon
    Aug 27, 2008 @ 11:34:26

    Dr.
    Great news.
    I would like to not only to congratulate Anwar Ibrahim but to congratulate you all as well for I’m sure you have all contributed to his win, in some way or other.
    All malaysian must now do their part to make malaysian a better place to live.

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  53. Anak Malaysia
    Aug 27, 2008 @ 11:35:46

    Hi Doc,

    As far as I’m concerned, based on my own observation HERE in Malaysia, ALL of the component parties of BN in MCA, MIC and Gerakan HAS become irrelevant! It’s NOT merely a matter of “what if” anymore…

    All of us Malaysians should have go to PP to personally experience the atmosphere there. From the simple kampung folks with their children or some Chinese female shop assistant who wore the mask of Anwar and joyfully toying around with passers by. It’s really something to be cherished…

    Hahaha…. It’s very much interesting. All Malaysians from PR regardless of races or religion are TRULLY cooperating with each others. From doing menial jobs like hanging up posters or taking it down, to ferrying up supporters by motorcycles to polling stations.

    All of us should look at the bewildered face of BN supporters (or whatever remains of them to be precise…), when the polling stops at 5pm. It seems that they are in a hurry to disappear. I dunno what to say. They seems not being able to see right through the wind of change that have been sweeeping Malaysians right now.

    It’s interesting to see many people who played their part willingly including that one particular Imam Ramlang who have come out with the real story on all off these “Asshole” allegations by Saiful and the gang. Latest news I’ve heard, this poor imam (a Sabahan) has been detained by the police.

    Forget about GERAKAN. Whether they realize it or not, they have become absolute… May PR stay TRUE to it’s cause for a better Malaysia…

    MERDEKA… MERDEKA… MERDEKA…

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  54. A true Malaysian
    Aug 27, 2008 @ 12:07:49

    veonszu,

    You are right, repent and reform or be damned!

    The state we are in now is exactly the same as what we watched in the Korean TV serial, JEWEL IN THE PALACE. 大长今。This serial is my favourite show and I keep watching without getting bored.

    The story of this serial is about those people in power manipulating the innocence so to maintain in power at all cost with no conscience, natural justice and meritocracy. The one who was inflicted has this ‘never say die’ attitude and fight for her rights and justice for her parents and friends.

    Finally, with the help of officers with conscience, she managed to seek justice for her parents and friends. She was willing to ‘forgive and forget’ and requested those in the wrongs to admit and repent, but still these people were not willing to repent and that spells the end for them.

    I wish those in Umno and BN will not reach that kind of extent, ……………

    If you guys have not watched this TV serial, go buy it and you won’t regret, I assure you. Infact, this serial should be used as teaching material for our education system.

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  55. A true Malaysian
    Aug 27, 2008 @ 12:53:10

    Anak Malaysia,

    You are right, no ‘if’ and no ‘but’.

    All must be out of BN if they want to stay ‘relevant’ and left Umno alone in BN, then they can do whatever they like with their racist mentality.

    BRAVO TO ALL MALAYSIAN, except……

    By the way, sons of Ibrahim are all good good, examples lie Anwar Ibrahim, Zaid Ibrahim, Haris Ibrahim. Are you one of the ‘anak of Ibrahim’?

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  56. Anak Malaysia
    Aug 27, 2008 @ 14:14:52

    Haha… true malaysia,

    I’m just anak bangsa Malaysia… that’s all.

    I belong to this country and to this country where I’ll swear my allegiance with…

    This is the country where I was born, this is the country where my hearts belongs and ultimately, this is the country where I hope to be with for the rest of my life…

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  57. A true Malaysian
    Aug 27, 2008 @ 16:10:12

    Technically speaking, Arif Shah has lost his Seberang Jaya state seat since no one polling station from his ‘stronghold’ exceed votes to Anwar Ibrahim.

    Should he resign then?

    I have read some reports saying Arif Shah is a nice man (I personally think so as he himself did not attack Anwar on ‘sodomy’ during his campaign, only Najib plays sodomy) but in the wrong camp. Perhaps he wants to switch camp?

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  58. Anak Malaysia
    Aug 27, 2008 @ 23:51:00

    I was caught in the traffic jam leading to the UMNO’s building, somewhere in the middle of Tanah Liat – Kubang Semang road (i think…) around 9pm. I have to make a complete U-turn as my fuel is already running low and the warning light is blinking…

    Later, a friend informed me that there is a commotion there. From what I’ve heard, there are angry people who demanded money that have been promised to them (by UMNO) and when nothing ever materialised, they choose to throw rocks etc. towards the UMNO’s buildings…

    Anybody can confirmed on this? If this is for real, I’m glad that UMNO finally get to know the bitter taste of their own medicine… hahaha!

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