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Registrar of Societies should cancel the 30-day provisional dissolution order to PPBM on Monday as it its extraordinarily improper and mala fide for any such order to be issued to any political party on the eve of a general election and caretaker government

The 13th Parliament was dissolved on midnight and what Malaysians have today is a caretaker government, which means a government which should not make any policy decision, spend or promise a single ringgit over and above from what is required in normal government administrative requirements and all government resources including government aircrafts, helicopters and vehicles should be grounded and not misused for electioneering by anyone, whether Prime Minister or any Cabinet Minister, until a new government is elected in the nation’s 14th General Election.

In normal democracies which accept the rules of a normal democratic process, the equivalent of the Election Commission would monitor the activities of a caretaker government to ensure that they are limited to official and routine government administration, but not in Malaysia where the Election Commission has forfeited the confidence of Malaysians by producing the most monstrous and pernicious gerrymandering of electoral constituencies in the nation’s history. Read the rest of this entry »


Pribumi Bersatu is more Malaysian than UMNO, as former wants Malays to unite and work with other citizens as Malaysians, while the latter wants Malaysians to remain Malays, Chinese and Indians and is even trying to polarize the next elections as a battle between the Malays and Chinese

Parti Pribumi Bersatu Malaysia Chairman Tun Dr. Mahathir Mohamad’s statement yesterday that his party cannot offer the DAP to use its logo as Bersatu must remain a Malay party if the DAP is de-registered which would render the party’s parliamentary and state assembly candidates unable to use the Rocket logo is being exploited by many quarters against the DAP.

Mahathir defended his stance as necessary in order to appeal to the Malay electorate.

He argued that Harapan’s past approach under its predecessor Pakatan Rakyat in 2013 failed to gain sufficient Malay support.

He said: “Whether we like it or not, the Malays are still very communal, which was why they are supporting Umno.

“If they see a multi-racial party, they will not support it. They (Pakatan Rakyat) got a lot of support from the Chinese but little Malay support and without it, you can’t win.”
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