The fiasco in Perak will never end …

… until the state assembly is dissolved and for the rakyat in Perak to decide who the rightful MB should be.

I have just received news that the Court of Appeal has allowed Datuk Zambry’s appeal against the High Court’s decision declaring Datuk Nizar as MB for Perak. It is therefore Datuk Zambry’s turn now to be the MB.

As I see it, the impasse in Perak will continue. The ding-dong will never end — unless and until — the decision is rightfully given back to the rakyat of Perak to decide for themselves.

Is it so hard to do?

– Terjemahan oleh Lee Wee Tak – Ucapan ribuan terima kasih dari Wee Choo Keong –

Kegagalan besar di Perak tidak akan selesai …

… sehingga DUN dibubarkan dan memberi peluang kepada rakyat Perak menentukan siapakah Menteri Besar yang sah.

Saya baru menerima berita bahawa Mahkamah Rayuan telah membenarkan rayuan Datuk Zambry’s terhadap keputusan Mahkamah Tinggi yang menyatakan bahawa Datuk Nizar adalah MB. Jadi, sekarang giliran Datuk Zambry’s sebagai MB yang sah.

Pada hemat saya, kebuntuan di Perak akan berterusan. Pergolakan ulang alik ini tidak akan berakhir sehingga kuasa penentuan ini dipulangkan kepada rakyat Perak untuk menentukan pilihan mereka sendiri.

Adakah ini tersangat sukar untuk dilakukan?

– 翻译员:Anonymous , Wee Choo Keong 致于万二分谢意






7 thoughts on “The fiasco in Perak will never end …

  1. Malaysia Baru 64

    YB, satu keputusan yang sudah diduga semenjak mahkamah rayuan membatalkan keputusan mahkamah tinggi. Kepada rakyaat malaysia mari kita bersatu untuk membentuk Kerajaan Baru. (Buang yang kurop ambil yang jernih)

  2. Cheng

    Go back to the people of Perak. The court can never settle such political problems. The country cannot afford to prolong this fiasco for any longer.

    Dissolve the State Assembly and have elections for the people to decide.

  3. lee wee tak

    this will ensure some BN deposits will be lost and the most humiliating defeat in Perak DUN election come next GE.

  4. Cal

    Another sandiwara produced and directed by UMNO. Only they have missed is the fact that they are also writing their own obituary. If anything the episode has only reaffirmed in the minds of Malaysians the need for change.

    Honestly, I’ve always only been advocate of having a strong opposition. But events in the past one year has made me more convinced that we do need a change of government. And I believe more and more are feeling the same. Hopefully, this will happen in the due course of democracy, in our next general elections. (Not by some power grab)!

  5. Richard

    I concur with the views put forth by YB Husam Musa and RPK that today’s Court Of Appeal verdict has been pre arranged as a face-saving grace for the PM as he’s been accused of being behind this whole Perak fiasco.

    The court-appointed MB will soon meet the Sultan to request for a dissolution of the DUN, and the PM will make headlines announcing a state election for Perak. He will score some cheap political points here by saying that BN always listens to the rakyat blah,blah, blah…

    Makes me wonder… what’s next in store for the three Perak frogs?

  6. lee wee tak

    Dear Richard,

    One would retire overseas (why not Hong Kong?)

    As for the other 2, I think we will forget that they were suppose to attend some trial over whatever corruption charges…..funny that the High Court and Court of Appeal met 3 times over MB submissions and yet their hearing which incident occurred way before the MB dispute happened, has yet to get a whimper from the relevant court hearing

    So we will have a state government, supported by a majority of 3 not really independent DUNs with 2 with corruption charges over their head & endorsed by a former Chief Justice of Malaysia & re-affirmed by a looks like a judgment, sound like a judgment and I suppose it is a judgment.

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