Yes, the truth is the party is not strong at all.
True, many voted for PH because of Dr Mahathir and the need to get rid of Najib and gang.
But Pribumi Bersatu on its own is actually nothing. Really, nothing.
It doesn't have the number in parliament or any of the state assemblies.
Except maybe in Perlis if Shahidan and his BN gang all jumped to Pribumi Bersatu later.
That's the truth which many were angry that I highlighted.
And this is another truth which many, especially DAP supporters, do not wish to be highlighted;
DAP, in contrast, controls PH in Penang, Perak, Negeri Sembilan, Malacca, and Johor.
Yup, that's really the scenario.
Lets go through those states again;
Penang - DAP 14, PKR 14, Pribumi 2, Amanah 2 / BN2 Pas 1
Perak - DAP 18, Amanah 6, PKR 4, Pribumi 1 / BN 27 / Pas 3
Negeri Sembilan - DAP 11, PKR 7, Amanah 2 / BN 16
Malacca - DAP 8, PKR 3, Pribumi 2, Amanah 2 / BN 13
Johor- DAP 14, Amanah 9, Pribumi 8, PKR 5 / Pas 1 / BN 19
See, that's the truth. DAP is the leading party for PH in those states.
Okay, in Johor three BN assemblymen jumped to Pribumi, making it to have 11 but still behind DAP which has 14.
And yesterday it was announced that DAP got four of its assemblymen appointed as exco members. Johor has 11 exco seats.
I have received information that DAP had actually demanded five exco seats. I guess the replacement was that one of them is to be a deputy speaker of the assembly.
Not bad. What DAP wants, DAP gets in Johor....almost.
How about Johor tiang seri DAP? Nice or not?
Then this is the story from Malacca,
I think they should give the Malacca chief minister post to DAP too. Really, to be fair.
May as well turn the state into another Penang.
Something like New Straits Settlements.
And this is the story from Penang.
How to give those Pribumi Bersatu and Amanah people exco positions.
They got so few seats, okay.
|I really like this picture of LGE and new Penang CM Chow. So mesra and manja.|
Meanwhile, for Perak, we got this story;
Speculation is rife that DAP, who swept all 18 of their contested state seats in the election, will be allocated the largest number of posts in the new Pakatan Harapan (PH) line-up.
Political observers believed DAP will receive either four or five exco posts compared to Parti Amanah Negara and PKR, which could get between three or two seats after their solid performance in the polls.
I wonder what takes them so long to get the exco lineup done.
Same like in Negeri Sembilan,
But I'm quite sure for Negeri Sembilan too half or more will be from DAP.
So, you all want to get angry with me for highlighting these or not?
Last time you all said you want the truth, so this is the truth la.