Lost and found in Perak

Alas, the two PKR state representatives, Behrang assemblyperson Jamaluddin Mat Radzi and Changkat Jering assemblyperson Osman Jailu, who were said to have gone ‘missing,’ have finally been ‘found’.

But has the PKR really ‘lost’ their state seats when it was earlier reported that the two politicians had resigned (and apparently left the party)? But now Jamaluddin denied ever resigning his seat.

In the meantime, state deputy speaker Hee Yit Fong assured that she had not defected to MCA as rumoured earlier. 

The plot thickens, and The Star had already posted on its website a screaming headline: “Perak on the brink.”  

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7 Responses to “Lost and found in Perak”


  1. 2 Batu Ferringhi 2 February 2009 at 1:37 am

    So much energy and resources of the entire nation is focused on politics and politicking, is someone manning the store?

  2. 3 bangsa Cina Malaysia 2 February 2009 at 2:17 am

    Rakyat Perak ….gunakan peluang anda bagi menyokong calon PAKATAN RAKYAT!!!

  3. 4 ttc 2 February 2009 at 8:21 am

    Am now sitting here wondering very curiously about how one can take a paid sickie off work for 🙂 three whole days and then not stay put at all in one’s residence taking healing remedies or even catnaps but actually can disappear off somewhere in the dark.

    Hmm, what a nice, 😀 cushy perk that must be to have for sure, isn’t it now Mustafa K Anuar?

    WE SAY YEAH! & NO TO ISA! 🙂 AND HARIS FOR AG & RPK FOR IGP! GO FOR DSAI FOR PM & LKS FOR DPM & KIND WAN AZIZAH FOR HOME MINISTER.

    2009 Resolution: Seek out all garbage and recycle or dispose post haste for a healthier life and planet!

  4. 5 JOHJ 2 February 2009 at 9:22 am

    Hi! and Happy New Year, finally the bull is charging into Perak. Looks like money is above everything else, supersedes Politics, Religion and Race. Bolehland.

  5. 6 Samuel Goh Kim Eng 2 February 2009 at 3:04 pm

    RESIGN TO DESIGN?

    Whether or not politicians want to resign
    Has been prearranged by party’s design
    Thus there’s no need to look for another sign
    Even if there’s still musical chair around to assign

    (C) Samuel Goh Kim Eng – 020209
    http://MotivationInMotion.blogspot.com
    Mon. 2nd Feb. 2009.

  6. 7 Journo 2 February 2009 at 9:44 pm

    It seems trouble is brewing in Negeri Sembilan as well — or at least that is what some bloggers are saying, and one of them is http://anotherbrickinwall.blogspot.com/.


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