Bebel Without a Clause

Bebel Without a Clause

Thursday, January 20, 2011

State assembly Speaker Datuk Teng Chang Khim surely does not know his mathematics.

By the norms of mathematics, state assembly Speaker Datuk Teng Chang Khim sure does not know how to count. This is all about getting the 2/3rd majority for the coming sitting on 24th January 20011. BN has 20 and Independence 1. Surely at only 35 Seats and requires 38, Pakatan will fail to amend the constitution.
But rumours had been circulating that some BNs assemblymen who has no chance of keeping their candidacy for BN will be enticed illegally to vote for the alleged amendment. About time we bring in the MACC.

Morever 'the absence of 6 months' means the sitting takes a span of 6 months. if the first absent of a sitting is more or equal to 6 months to the next sitting and if he fails to attend then the rule should apply. Otherwise, the current Assembly should make it clear this ambiguity which I believe is more important for the amendment on Monday which was solely done for the benefits of the MB to be able to have a power to exercise over the appointment of SUK.

The current move by Pakatan Pembangkang is only to create issues for PRU13 and stall the government of today,which an action condemned by the Rakyat.


The Port Klang state seat is under the Klang Parliamentary constituency. Two other seats are Pandamaran and Kota Alam Shah. Badrul Hisham beat independent candidate Nasir Mansor and Barisan Nasional’s Roselinda Abdul Jamil by a majority of 4,407 votes in the 2008 general election.

KLANG: The Port Klang state constituency in Selangor has hit the political rough seas which may trigger the country’s 15th by-election.

The seat has been declared vacant by state assembly Speaker Datuk Teng Chang Khim on grounds that its elected representative, Badrul Hisham Abdullah, had failed to attend assembly sittings for a stretch of six months since July 15 last year.

Badrul Hisham raised a wave of protests, claiming Teng was unfair because he did attend the opening ceremony of the last state assembly meeting in November last year.

Other developments:

> The Selangor government must ensure Badrul Hisham was really absent from assembly sittings for six months, said MCA president Datuk Seri Dr Chua Soi Lek;

> The Election Commission has yet to receive a vacancy notice from the state assembly; and

> Commission chairman Tan Sri Abdul Aziz Yusoff said the relevant laws would be looked into before the next course of action can be taken.

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