sms-es flew in bout unofficial news, the TV were turned on to those channel with election news update, the laptop were turned on, hoping and waiting for the latest news. and i actually stayed up till 2.10am to follow the news.
the results were extra-ordinary. all these while, i thought there's no need to catch the news, BN will still win anyway.. but then, last night, it was different. the opposition secured much more seats this time, taking over 5 states in malaysia.
some of the ministers lose their position in the state or district level (whatever), and thus, they cannot be ministers anymore.. at one point, i thought that there will be a big big change in the government (the opposition take over or soemthing).. but then, in the end, BN still win the parliamentary seats by more than 50%.
so, the current government is still under BN (pardon me if i give any wrong details here...im clueless about politics). and BN din manage to hit the 2/3 of the parliamentary seats, so they have no *errr* kuasa to pinda the perlembagaan unless they get support from the opposition party... ( so?? no idea how is that important)
oh ya. only this morning i realise. the opposition means DAP + PKR + PAS + whatever other parties. he he. i know. im SLOW. haha
in conclusion, what the hell am i havin a post on politics? omg. i cant believe i wrote this. =)
ps: this is the last election where i masih tak layak vote. next election, will be my first time LAYAK voting. he he. saddd.. im getting OLD
forgot to say. now, i see democracy really do exist.
democracy - by the people, for the people.
this came in the sms..
Except for the constitution of Sabah, Sarawak, Malacca, and Penang, all other state constitution provide that the MB must be a Malay. This means that in Selangor and Perak no matter who holds the most seats, the MB must belong to the Malay community
to be edited later on if i have any more comments.