There are 56 legislative seats in my home state Selangor.
Half of those seats were won by PKR in the last election. But if we need to be pedantic about, PKR won 51 as Amanah (5), Bersatu (5) and DAP (13) candidates stood under the Keadilan emblem.
They received their Surat Watikah (Candidature Letter) from PKR President Wan Azizah Wan Ismail.
In all 56 contests, the Keadilan choice was present.
With the exception of five seats, Umno (4) and PAS (1), the people were in the majority with the Keadilan. That’s a lot of people to favour one coalition in a state. It’s the strongest win in any state this past election.
What will happen after Mahathir Mohamad is sworn in as the first Pakatan Harapan prime minister?
I mean in the immediate period.
State government stalemates are resolved
Kedah and Perak are on paper in a stalemate. Pakatan is ahead in both, but BN plus PAS can seek to have unity governments, in Perak’s case they’d be over the 30 required. The difference being, BN the junior member in Kedah, and PAS assuming that role in Perak. Continue reading “Soon after Mahathir becomes PM”→