BN has won the 13th General Elections

Updates @ 11 am on 6 May 2013:  The final results of the 13th GE:  BN 133, DAP 38, PKR 30 and PAS 21. BN rules all States except Penang, Kelantan and Selangor. Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim refused to accept the wills of Malaysians as shown through the ballot boxes yesterday. 

Updates @ 2:40 am on 6 May 2013: The Election Commission has announced at 2:30 am this morning that BN has won 130 seats, Pakatan 81 and 11 more Parliamentary seats to be declared later this morning.

As at 1:00 am 6 May 2013, YAB Datuk Seri Najib bin Tun Abdul Razak, the Chairman of BN, has announced that BN has won by a simple majority of 112, which was announced earlier by the Chairman of the Election Commission. PM has just declared that BN will form the Government of Malaysia. Syabas! YAB Datuk Seri Najib bin Tun Abdul Razak dan BN dibawah pimpinan beliau. As at 12:50 am just now, Yg Bhg Tan Sri Aziz, the chairman of Election Commission has announced the results of the 13th General Elections are as follows:

BN  : 112 seats

PAS :  12 seats

PKR : 18 seats

DAP : 28 seats

The total Parliamentary seats is 222. The status of the other remaining seats will be announced by the Election Commission throughout the night.

Below is the result of the election result of Wangsa Maju Constituency:

Keputusan Parlimen Wangsa Maju
Datuk Dr Tan Kee Kwong, PKR menang dengan majoriti 5, 511 undi dengan jumlah undi 31, 641 berbanding 26, 130 undi bagi Datuk Dr Mohd Shafei Abdullah, BN

Jumlah Pemilih : 67, 775
Jumlah Kertas Undi Keluar: 58, 291
Jumlah Undi Diterima Calon: 57, 771
Jumlah undi ditolak: 375
Jumlah undi tak kembali 145

Jumlah majoriti: 5, 511

Congratulation to YB Datuk Dr Tan Kee Kwong for winning the Wangsa Maju Constituency.

8 thoughts on “BN has won the 13th General Elections

  1. Fadzli

    Kita amalkan kehidupan SEDERHANA ,,,
    Kita tak amalkan hidup dengan pemberian PERCUMA ..
    Bersyukurlah dengan wujudnya SUBSIDI yang diwujudkan
    Maka KESEIMBANGAN kewangan dan pengaliran wang akan terus kekal baik.

    Insya Allah.. dan bukan Ini Kali lah

  2. Joseph

    The foreign agenda of regime change didn’t quite work this time around. This does not mean that they will stop because they have put in place its infrastructures through various groups. The government must be mindful of its existence and threats to our nation. It was a relief that Najib retained power despite the onslaught by the politically ignorant Chinese.

  3. Parameswaran

    You ignoring the blackouts that resulted in PR wins becoming BN wins?
    Sometimes, you feature yourself so innocently – as if you do not know the struggles of the people who went through the trials and tribulations when such incidents happened glaringly.
    Perhaps you forgot how you were deprived of your MP position by this very regime some years back.
    Its really interesting that you choose to ignore such impacts to your own being by the BN.
    I suppose, likewise, you do not know:
    a. Malaysia is among top ten for illegal outflow of funds
    b. BN has this peculiar habit of giving huge business contracts without calling for open tenders, and especially to UMNO fellows who start RM2 companies just days before the contract is awarded

    Above are just two examples. Lets see if you know of these and we can extend the list further.

    Lest you think I am a member of one of the PR coalition parties, let me be clear – I am not of any party.

    That way – like you – can express better without fear or favour.

  4. Lee Setapak

    You are still our YB. Please keep your service centre in operation. We need you in Wangsa Maju. THank you so much for all the attentions you have given to all of us. We doubt the new MP can do what you have done for us. I am sure that you will not abandon Wangsa Maju.

    Anwar Ibrahim will only accept a result that made him the PM. THat’s all.
    Lets move on from now.

    Thank you YB.

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