So the result once again shows that the "rakyat" disapprove the Opposition parties in Malaysia. Consecutively, Opposition parties have been beaten flat to the ground. Voters at Ijok did come out in large volume to vote and they voted for Barisan Nasional. With the highest turnout in the history, and a bigger majority of 1850 votes for Barisan Nasional. So is there any hope for Opposition parties for the coming General Election?. One thing for sure, the Opposition parties need to prove to the "rakyat" their principles and agendas instead of making unsubstantial claims such as corruptions and playing on racial related issues. Moreover, it is certainly not necessary for all the commotions created by supporters during the nine day of campaigning for Ijok. The "rakyat" want a trustworty party, not a party that has members that shout or act as hooligan.
Maybe our PM really can sense that there is a "feel good" feeling among the "rakyat" for the current government. Hopefully it's not from those "phantom voters".
Meanwhile watch the video by Ezam on alleged phantom voters.
tags : ijok election selangor malaysia parti keadilan rakyat pkr barisan nasional bn khalid ibrahim najib razak anwar
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