Thursday, May 20, 2010

Why Complain Now? Should Have Ask For A Recount!

YB Loke sent in a 5-point official complaint to Election Commission. Read Here..
This question has been buggering my mind for the past few days.
Why didn't BN request for a recount since the majority is so slim? Catch the drift?
And the manner EC managed this buy election till the very end is enough to create suspicion of some foul play involved. Excess votes from postal vote, sudden increase in voters turnout than the earlier announced figure, a blackout halfway through counting and whatnot..
Wouldn't it be better for DAP to ask for a recount If they have suspected some foul play within the Election Commission?
They could have unearthed some of EC's worms.
That buggering thought suddenly brought back memories of Manek Urai buy election. The majority was even slimer then. There were talks of a recount and of course, they didn't materialize for reason/s unknown to us.
Maybe it is appropriate for me to suggest for Pakatan Rakyat to make it a point to ask for a recount regardless of a win or loss..
Throw the ball back to EC by daring them to agree to a recount.
Darn! Think I am getting myself too involved with politics...

1 comment:

Anonymous said...


Raja Petra Kamarudin

Malaysian Chinese do not need MCA. MCA can’t do anything for the Chinese, who remain second-class citizens in Malaysia, their country of birth.

What Malaysian Chinese need is Bruce Lee. Unfortunately, Bruce Lee no longer walks among us. He died some time ago. Tough luck.

Anyway, 30-40% of Malaysian Chinese voters still vote for Barisan Nasional.........................

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It's true !
Real real sad that still 30-40% of Malaysian Chinese voters still vote for Barisan Nasional.

The PR government should educate them and let them aware , not only this group, other Malaysian too.
Hopefully , the GE 13th can have some changes.

"One's dignity may be assaulted, vandalized and cruelly mocked, but cannot be taken away unless it is surrendered."

Michael J. Fox, in "Saving Milly" by Morton Kondrake
US (Canadian-born) actor (1961 - )