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Friday, May 11, 2018

BN-PH terikat di Sabah, parti STAR jadi 'kingmaker'

Parti Solidariti Tanah Airku (STAR) muncul sebagai penentu dalam pilihan raya Sabah selepas jumlah kerusi DUN yang dimenangi Barisan Nasional terikat dengan jumlah yang dimenangi Pakatan Harapan dan Parti Warisan Sabah, iaitu masing-masing 29 kerusi.
STAR, yang menganggotai pakatan Gabungan Sabah bersama 3 parti tempatan lain menang 2 kerusi DUN maka sokongannya akan menentukan gabungan mana yang membentuk kerajaan.

PKR sec-gen says Umno MPs might cross over.

KUALA LUMPUR: PKR secretary-general Saifuddin Nasution Ismail (pic) claims that several Umno parliamentarians have contacted the party about the possibility of defecting.

"We are hoping that there will be more Opposition MPs coming in," he told reporters at the Cheras Rehabilitation Hospital here on Friday (May 11) where many had gathered over a now-debunked rumour that Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim would be released from prison.

"I am in touch with several Umno MPs from many states who have expressed their interest in joining Keadilan and Pakatan Harapan as well.

"We now have 113 MPs and I am quite confident it will increase," he said.

When questioned, he said it was the Opposition MPs who approached PKR and not the other way round.

"Quite a number of them actually, you'd be surprised. I am not going to mention the numbers now," he said. 

PAS proposes Muslim-led unity government in Perak

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Abdul Hadi Awang proposes an all-party government to break a state assembly stalemate.
PETALING JAYA: PAS has proposed a “unity government” of all parties that won seats in Perak’s state assembly, in order to break a stalemate after Wednesday’s general election.
PAS president Abdul Hadi Awang said under such an arrangement, there would be no opposition parties in the Perak assembly.
The menteri besar and the majority of the Executive Council must be Muslims, he said.
“PAS offers to form a unity government (government without opposition) that consists of all political parties (PAS, Pakatan Harapan and Barisan Nasional) with the condition that the unity government is led by a Muslim agreed to by the majority of the Muslim assemblymen,” he said.
He said the party’s central committee decided on the offer at a special meeting today.
Pakatan Harapan is two seats short of a majority in the 59-member assembly. Barisan Nasional secured 27 seats and PAS three.
In Kedah, PH vice-president Mukhriz Mahathir was sworn-in as menteri besar today, as the head of a minority government. PH holds 18 seats in the 36-member legislature, PAS 15 and BN 3.

ALiRAN : Power to the People

Aliran congratulates Pakatan Harapan (PH) on winning the general election. The unthinkable has happened. The myth of the invincible Barisan Nasional (BN) has been shattered. A corrupt regime has finally been brought to an end. It is a proud moment in history for all Malaysians.
Aliran salutes the people of Malaysia who rose up, braved the odds stacked against them and used their vote to make this happen. We salute too the many women and men who worked (many of them for decades) in bringing about the awareness necessary for this change to take place.
The outcome of the general election is a testament to the power of the people to bring about change. Around the world, Malaysia has set a good example – that of People Power and that of a peaceful transition of government.
We have witnessed a hope come to fruition. We must continue to expand and consolidate the autonomous public space outside the control of the state, the government, political parties and private business, and which is in the hands of civil society itself. So now another phase and type of work begins.
PH has a huge task ahead. Not only does it have to put into place a new government quickly, it has to put into motion the promises from the PH manifesto. PH has to work towards undoing the many wrongs (which have accumulated over decades) of the previous government. It is a task that will take time and effort. It will not be easy but PH must remain united, persevere and be guided by the rule of law.
We have seen how power corrupts and so it is essential that the change the people voted for must be nurtured and the democracy fought for, guarded well. For this, PH cannot afford to become complacent with the power it now has. Instead, it must use the power entrusted to it to adhere to the promises it has have made.
Equally important is that PH must work towards dismantling the many structures which have kept the corrupt in power for so long. This also entails, among other things, curbing the power of the executive and the restoration of other institutions badly tainted by political interference.
There should also be a move towards greater autonomy for the various states especially Sabah and Sarawak in terms of jurisdictions, revenue collection and control of the civil service.
In this regard, we call upon the new PH federal government to restore local government elections. Decentralisation and elected local governments allow for greater initiative and participation by local communities, thereby unleashing greater energy at the state and local levels.
The people must remain vigilant and support and encourage PH to make these changes for the good of the country.
As we move onwards into a new era, Aliran will continue to pledge its support for good governance and democracy in Malaysia.
Aliran executive committee
11 May 2018

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