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Ball in Sultan’s Court February 4, 2009

Posted by elizabethwong in Democracy, Politics.


1900 – Sent sms to MB Nizar “This is the beginning of a long battle.”

1846 – Managed to get hold of one of the PR ADUNs, Chang. “You are still the ruling party until the Sultan decides. Fight til the end…” I told him.

1800 – MB Nizar left the palace. Najib on air with the 3 ‘independents’. 

1725 – Tai, Exco member in Perak picked up the phone and said they were still in the palace.

“Our 29 state assemblypersons are united and unanimous in wanting a snap poll to be held.

“We want to see a fresh mandate to obtain a bigger majority so that we don’t face further disturbance from BN.” (Malaysiakini)

Mohamad Nizar arrived at the Kinta palace at 3.50pm.

The ball is in the Sultan’s court. Will he delay until BN gets the numbers or will he listen to MB Nizar?


1. eagle - February 4, 2009

The Perak Speaker had declared two PKR ADUN had vacated their seat and take this to court to declare both of them as not ADUN anymore and stop BN from taking power.
PAKATAN Perak must do it to disqualify these two idiots to make up the numbers.
YB, PAKATAN must retaliate now unless there is a snap election or otherwise……..any other options ?????!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!???????!!!!! the rakyat is getting excited………….

2. Govinda - February 4, 2009

the sultan is wise enough not let BN form the state government without the full mandate from the people.Fresh election is the choice.

3. matt - February 4, 2009

What court when they are all jesters in bn castle.

4. THUNDER - February 4, 2009

Don’t hope for the Perak State Assembly to be dissolved. If the Sultan had wanted to dissolve the assembly, he would’ve done so by now. When Najib seeks an audience with HRH tmrw, there will be a new MB from BN. The events of today & tmrw will be played out according to a pre-arranged script.

5. azisirikit - February 4, 2009

Dirty game by Najis. It’s ok. Najis, you can do what ever today but we wait and see next general elections! That Sirul guy says in court that he (Sirul) is being made a scapegoat in the Altantuya case. Who made him???? The nation knows!!!

6. Jack - February 4, 2009

I believe in the end….We rakyat will WIN…People Power !!!

7. hasilox - February 4, 2009

Don’t we feel very altantuya-ed?

8. wandererAUS - February 4, 2009

It is quite obvious this game was played with the so called neutral empires joining the UMNO team…you expect the game to be played in a level field, not in Bohonland. Even the Raja has join in the circus, what a joke!

9. azhar - February 4, 2009

well…in the end, BN got Perak back. Too bad guys:) Peace

10. Samuel Goh Kim Eng - February 4, 2009


While some politicians play their games like ‘ghosts’
The ordinary folks are the people who suffer the most
Does it matter now which party is playing the ‘host’
When ultimately everybody needs to consider the cost

(C) Samuel Goh Kim Eng – 040209
Wed. 4th Feb. 2009.

11. arifabdull - February 4, 2009

Ribuan rakyat yang melawat laman web rasmi DYMM Sultan Perak hari ini menukilkan hasrat dan merayu perkenan pembubaran Dewan Undangan Negeri (DUN). [Untuk sampaikan hasrat anda, sila tinggalkan pesanan di guestbook laman web Sultan Perak DI SINI

12. abusayab - February 5, 2009

… hell to Najis

13. karepu samy - February 5, 2009

I have a very high respect to Perak Royal family. PR was the people’s choice and Perakian will be gratefull to His Majesty if Sultan decided for fresh pool. Let the people to decide.

14. Samuel Goh Kim Eng - February 5, 2009


Will any sultan really want to play ball
Catching any politician who’s on the fall
While paying heed to the people’s call
For justice and fair play to ever stand tall

(C) Samuel Goh Kim Eng – 050209
Thur. 5th Feb. 2009.

15. monsterball - February 5, 2009

The Sultan of Perak is wise and a well respected ex Lord President. He loves his subjects deeply.
If he thinks those politicians are making suckers of his subjects…voting them in…and doing as they like…with no regards or respect for his subjects..then he may declare a State election…for his people and democracy.
As a Malaysian Chinese….what Hee from DAP did….is typical of the lowest scum of the earth in politics.
Now he can join Lee Lam Thye for the grand titles.
So many have spoken.
Let this prostitute live with her conscience.
Did she check up with the voters…agreeing to her decision?
She was NOTHING…made to be someone by voters….and all forgotten.
What a worm she is.

16. Paul Warren - February 5, 2009

Yes we want a snap election after a dissolution of the state assembly. I believe Malaysians, and in particular Perakians, have found out that the sky actually does not fall, the rivers continue to flow, the rain still falls, the sun still rises and sets, traffic still flows, and the traffic lights continue working, schools remain open, and hospitals continue to function and everyone still has a job, and there is no repreat of May 13, even if Barisan Nasional were to lose badly despite them making all kinds of threats. The absence of this fear is not exactly good for UMNO!!

17. DAP Sluts - February 5, 2009

Fucking DAP Traitor Bitch! Curse her and her whole family! She will never have peace!

18. Nehemiah - February 5, 2009

To paraphrase an old but true saying, to forgive someone, we are pouring water on the hot coals over their heads. The power to change Malaysia’s despicable politics lies in forgiving our enemies. Likewise those who curse the ex-Dap assembly lady will fall into the same trap of hate and bittterness that divides our nation. Change begins in our hearts no matter what colour, political party or faith.

We must all look at this setback for Pakatan Rakyat in Perak positively and creatively.

Do not lose hope for Malaysia because God has a greater plan beyond the obvious cat and mouse game.

Look at the irony of the situation: The unethical cross-over planned by Anwar failed last September.

Today, God may allow the devious cross-over and reverse takeover of the Perak state government by BN for one very good reason: the whole population of Perak and the country will start to see how unethical and undemocratic is the BN in trying to gain power.

Let them win the war of cross-overs but they will definitely lose the battle for the hearts and minds of the voters.

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