11 May 2009
Mohammad Nizar is the MB; BN vs Rakyat
The High Court finally decided Mohammad Nizar Jamaluddin as the legally legitimate Menteri Besar of Perak and for those having legal knowledge and with no political inhabitant in their mind welcomes the decision.
In the first place please remember that the rakyat had not given the BN to rule the state, however little the margin is and anyone shouldn’t have brought in the court to interfere in the legislature.
Zambry Kader, even though is allowed to appeal, it is morally unbecoming to do so as the rakyat has the final judgement.
It is not about who has the legal right to be the MB but it is the government which rakyat has the sole right to decide when political might of the Federal leaders has made the state to be in shuffle.
Morally whoever in the Federal, responsible for the attempt to topple the government of the rakyat should step down as we should give all regards to the moral of democratic system.
Mohammad Nizar has promised to advise HRH the Sultan to dissolve the State Assembly, if consented, to let the rakyat choose a government they want in a fresh State election.
If this is what is going to happen, Mohammad Nizar is going to have massive ground support as he has been perceived as the victim of wicked politicking of somebody with strong power in Kuala Lumpur.
Mohammad Nizar will definitely bring in the masses to support him against what the public perception as the BN agitation has made the State in serious adversities…and subsequently the mood on the ground will be a contest between the rakyat and the BN.
BN’s misadventure in Ipoh is the priciest lesson that we have witnessed with our naked eyes for a long while.
Anything less than the dissolving the Assembly, and calling for fresh State Election will not bring in political stability to the state.
The rakyat has the final say and I hope nobody with politically perverted mind should deny this crude fact. BN should have built up some pride and accept accountability for the fiasco.
Remember that the Sultan decision to replace Mohammad Nizar has not been followed through by vote of no confidence and Tuanku should not be blamed for all those.
Tuanku has done what he has to do that’s it. DS Najib should now come out with restful statement as he has to face the people soon after the dissolution of the Assembly.
He does not only face the rakyat of Perak but he has to face the whole Malaysian within the Federation as his disposition has to be magnanimous.
There is another point to ponder; is BN prepared to face the people with clear conscience? Is BN going to have some apprehension like it has for the Penanti by-election?
If there is a fresh State Election, the result is already predictable. The feelings of voters in Perak have been totally mutilated by the unfriendly and robust attempt of BN to gain power.
So to pen off I just want to ask a very simple question; can BN pull down bantings and banners which display ‘Rakyat vs BN’ or of that sort when the state election comes by? The answer is predictable isn’t it?