Friday, May 24, 2013

First 30 days of BN rule?

Highlights of the first 30 day of BN Rule after Malaysian 2013 elections
..... government crackdown, arrest under Sedation Act (an act that originate in the Middle Ages!), hate propaganda against Chinese population and opposition leaders, racial boycott targeting Chinese Malaysians, state BN leaders getting 300% pay hike 
............ 1 MALAYSIA BOLEH!   What more does Malaysian want????!

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    The Home Minister has reportedly confiscated copies of two major opposition publications Harakah and Suara Keadilan, in various states.
    According to Harakah’s online news site, HarakahDaily, copies of the PAS’ party organ were said to have been seized in Malacca, Negri Sembilan, Kedah and Perak.  .... more here

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Thursday, May 9, 2013

Pakatan wins more popular votes from Malaysians

Gross distortions in Malaysia's voting system
Ramesh Rajaratnam - 8:23AM May 9, 2013 (Malaysiakini)

COMMENT The recently completed May 5 general election (GE13) revealed some interesting facts and figures based on the results as published by the Election Commission.
.................. On the national average, it cost BN 39,381 votes per MP as opposed to Pakatan's 63,191 votes. Quite frankly, Pakatan had to work 60 percent harder than the BN had to......

Some interesting facts
Based on the Election Commission website, let me highlight these other interesting facts from the FPTP vis-à-vis GE13:

1) BN received 46.2 percent of the popular votes in Peninsular Malaysia and 54 percent in East Malaysia, or a national average of 47.4 percent.

2) Based on this, BN was able to garner almost 51 percent of the parliamentary seats in the peninsula and 87.3 percent of those in Sabah and Sarawak, for a national average of 60 percent, or 133 seats.

3) Interestingly, 8.2 percent of the voters (in Sabah and Sarawak) gave BN 22 percent of the parliamentary seats, meaning 39.2 percent of the voters (in the peninsula) gave it the remaining 38 percent in Parliament.

4) Pakatan received 54 percent of the popular votes in Peninsular Malaysia and 35 percent in East Malaysia, for a national average of 51 percent.

5) Based on the above, Pakatan was only able to garner 49 percent of the parliamentary seats in the peninsula and 12.7 percent of that in Sabah and Sarawak, for a national average of 40 percent, or 89 seats.

6) It cost Pakatan 21 percent and 441 percent more votes per MP in the peninsula and East Malaysia respectively, to be on par with BN. On average nationally, Pakatan had to work 60 percent harder per MP than the BN.

............ for more and details READ Malaysiakini article HERE

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Monday, May 6, 2013

Election Results 2013

Sad day for many Malaysian - although Pakatan (opposition) won more total percentage votes from Malaysians, the party BN which won less total votes will run the country! .... all due to grossly uneven distribution of registered voters for each seat (parliamentary seats). A shameful act of the government!

Results from The Malaysian Insider
(source: the Malaysian Insider)


Sunday, May 5, 2013

2013 May 5 - Malaysians vote!

Its's Election day - a day for all Malaysians to determine the future they want!