Tweets on Sg Limau by-election


Nov 04, 6:05pm
85.5 per cent voter turnout in Sg Limau (23,249 voters) Sg Limau: Polling centres closed, high voter turnout (FMT)

Nov 04, 7:57pm
Latest report: PAS has won hard-fought Sungai Limau. Zairil said Counting Centre full of PR/PAS ppl with none from BN. Best indication

Nov 04, 8:04pm
Indications are PAS has won with reduced majority but more than the 500-vote majority Mahfuz had estimated. Significant victory nonetheless.

Nov 04, 8:17pm
Unofficial 1,201-vote PAS majority in Sungai Limau by-election

Nov 04, 8:32pm
Final off majority may be slightly less. Congrats 2all PAS/PR leaders 4the victory, in particular Hadi/Sabu/Mahfuz/Hatta n new SA Mohd Azam

Nov 04, 8:55pm
Zairil reports official results of Sungai Limau by-election – PAS wins with 1,084 majority. PAS secures 12,069 votes. BN gets 10,985 votes.

Nov 04, 9:03pm
Phoned Mahfuz 2congratulate PAS 4significant PR victory in Sg Limau by-election. Must be 1st PAS by-election win hailed by all races in Msia

Nov 04, 9:07pm
PAS/PR victory agnst might of BN Fed/State govt machinery n money politics great inspiration 4″From Sg Limau to Putrajaya” campaign in 14GE

Nov 04, 9:16pm
But person who suffered greatest blow in by-election is none other than Dr Mahathir – 3rd setback in 6 mths after 13GE and UMNO party polls.

  1. #1 by yhsiew on Monday, 4 November 2013 - 10:43 pm

    End of the road for Mahathirism?

  2. #2 by Di Shi Jiu on Monday, 4 November 2013 - 11:17 pm


    Well done PAS :)

    Looks like the Mahatir factor was of little use even on his home turf of Kedah.

    Yupe, Mahatir is definitely picking up momentum on his downward slide to oblivion.

  3. #3 by Noble House on Tuesday, 5 November 2013 - 2:16 am

    How will it look for Mukhriz, right after his loss to Hisham in the Umno VP race, do you think?

    As it stands, the score is now:

    Najib = 3; Mahathir = 0.

  4. #4 by pulau_sibu on Tuesday, 5 November 2013 - 7:30 am

    almost no increase in votes obtained by BN, considering the amount they have ‘paid’

  5. #5 by undertaker888 on Tuesday, 5 November 2013 - 7:31 am

    It also shows that the Malay majority knows BN is playing up the Allah, race and religion issues. If not, they would not be voting for PR.

    The other half of the Malays are still in slumberland listening to BN’s lullabies.

  6. #6 by yhsiew on Tuesday, 5 November 2013 - 7:46 am

    BN loss in Sungai Limau signals Dr M’s waning influence, says DAP

  7. #7 by Bigjoe on Tuesday, 5 November 2013 - 8:22 am

    When Ronald Reagan power declined and he left the stage, what happened was the rise of the neo-cons and then the Tea Party.

    Similarly, Mahathir’s influence clearly on the decline but it does not mean that Mahathirism is. Will not be surprise that in the next GE, it will be Perkasaism that will take over i.e., Mahathrism rebranded and EVEN more radicalized.

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