I guess most of you all are happy that Muhyiddin resigned yesterday.
So, now what?
Let the Agong decides what to do, right?
If you ask me, I should say he must uphold the constitution.
That is to appoint the person who commands majority support in the Dewan Rakyat.
Yup, just like what he did after Dr Mahathir resigned last year.
But this time he should do it openly in Parliament.
No need to call the MPs for an interview like last time or all the other stuff, like the SD comedy.
Let everyone sees for themselves who vote for who.
That way no one can accuse the Agong of conspiring with the one appointed as PM....like when he appointed Muhyiddin last time, remember?
Next parliament sitting on Sept 6, Agong gives his opening speech, then the MPs vote, then the results announced, complete with who support who list.
Whoever gets the highest number of votes becomes the PM.
Well, that's democracy, I believe.
Of course, ideally Agong should already dissolved the Dewan yesterday after the government fell so that we can have a general election, but since it's Covid time, we can't have that.
The Agong actually shouldn't solely, use his kebijaksanaan to appoint the new PM and government as it would ends the same way as the Muhyiddin episode.
I know, I know, he interviewed the MPs and all that back then but still people said the Agong was scheming and everything.
Yeah, this time he has to make it open in Parliament.
Upholding democracy, as they should say.
But you know what, the nonsense will go on no matter who wins the vote of confidence.
Trust me on this.
That's because everyone in the Dewan thinks by right they are the ones who should be the PM.
Doesn't matter whether they have the majority or not.
Every few days there will still be calls for a motion of no confidence against the new PM and his government in the Dewan Rakyat.
The frogs will still be jumping from side to side as usual.
And the country have to continue suffering the fools.
But, what to do, that's democracy for you.
Or, the Agong can do this - don't let the clowns in Dewan Rakyat have the power to run the country until Covid is over.
Yeah, he could give back the power to the legislature only after the pandemic is over through a proper general election.
For now, let the civil service runs the country.
They are the experts anyway.
The politicians mostly can talk only and appointing any of them as PM now wouldn't do much good. They will just have another fight and that's about all they are good at.
The Agong can supervise the civil servants with the help of the interim PM (who is Muhyiddin by the way, ehem, ehem, ehem).
We surely can manage without the stupidly selfish politicians for a few months, right?
Yeah, why not.
After all, the immunisation process is going very well and we'll soon achieve herd immunity, probably before end of the year.
Then we can have the general election.
Well, that's how I see it.
What? Anwar wants to be PM right very now so that he can use his magic to make Covid goes away?
Hehehehe.....come on la. Get real, okay.