Politik Malaysia (1955 – 2020)

After a political cartoon presented at the Tunku Abdul Rahman Memorial re-presented in Malaysia Travel Monitor blog.

1955 – A decisive win for Alliance in the first elections held in Malaya.
2020 –  BN, PPBM, PAS, GPS, PBS, and STAR formalize Perikatan Nasional.

Source Image: http://malaysiatravelmonitor.com/memorial-tunku-abdul-rahman-kuala-lumpur/

Patriot

  1. Citizens have a right to view the numbers (including names) that determined support for the two sides. 
  2. Citizens voice disapproval and disgust over those facing criminal charges and stood behind or participated in the overthrow of the democratically elected government. These unscrupulous politicians must be taken to task.
  3. Parliament must convene without delay to allow support for the new PM and government to be tested. Otherwise, this new government is seen as illegitimate. This principle of legitimacy cannot be compromised.
  4. In the event Perikatan Nasional fails to secure majority support in Parliament, Pakatan Harapan should be given the chance to form government in compliance with the mandate given by the people after GE14.
  5. Politicians cannot take power claiming that they are the architects of democracy. It is the people who have this honourable duty. Politicians have a moral obligation to fulfil the trust given to them. As such, Patriot does not buy the assurances preached by renegades and traitors.
  6. Any person that is to be appointed a minister, deputy minister and including all those political appointees must be vetted by the MACC and police to ensure that they do not have records of being corrupt or a criminal record and including no criminal charges pending or in progress. This is the time we get rid of corrupt individuals and criminals masquerading to be our leaders.”

Extract from a media statement by Patriot endorsed by the following NGOs/groups:

1. Suaram

2. Pusat Komas

3. Our Journey

4. Kryss Network

5. C4

6. Ohmsi

7. Maju

8. WAO

9. Caged

10. Tindak Malaysia

11. Sabm

12. MyPJ

13. PTD Policy Interest Group

14. Edict

15. CIJ

16.Pacos

17. LLG

18. Malaysian Academic Movement (Gerak)

19. G25 Malaysia

20. Service Civil International (SCI-KL)

21. Business Ethics Institute of Malaysia (Beim)

22. Persatuan Promosi Harmoni Malaysia

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https://www.malaysiakini.com/news/513478

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Dari Pusat Tasek 39

– PAKATAN | MAHATHIR | MUAFAKAT –
– The Good | the Bad | the Ugly! –

– The Malaysian Standoff –

Depending on how old you are and perhaps on your gender, regardless of where in the world you grew up, you will probably be aware of the great cinematic artistry of the Spaghetti Western. My 1970s boyhood in St. Johns Primary involved regular collective viewings of violent and engaging cowboy films. There were no good guys, no bad guys – just guys you identified with – no matter if it was the Clint Eastwood, Eli Wallach  or Lee Van Cleef – we collectively learnt that there was small difference  between the Good, the bad and the Ugly – In Malaysia, today we are having to learn that same lesson all over again, as adults! One classic plot device or trope in this Cowboy genre was the Mexican Standoff where parties face each other at gunpoint. There is an inability of any party to advance its position safely. At the same time no party has a safe way to withdraw from its position, thus making the standoff permanent, at least until there is an external event!

According to Malaysiakini, “the “Sheraton Move”, which refers to the gathering of rogue PKR MPs, Bersatu, BN, PAS, GPS and Warisan MPs at Sheraton Hotel, Petaling Jaya last Sunday night has “upended the conventional two-coalition political configuration in the country, fracturing Malaysian politics into three groups.”

https://www.malaysiakini.com/news/512350