Seven out of every 10 Pakatan Harapan MPs are non-Malay.
After its breakup with PAS, the opposition coalition has 72 MPs in Parliament.
- DAP — 37
- PKR — 29
- PAN — 6
Of the 72 Pakatan YBs:
- Chinese — 39
- Malays — 23
- Indian — 9
- Pribumi — 1
Oppo bench in Dewan Rakyat dominated by nons
The majority of MPs in the DAP are Chinese.
The evangelical party has 30 Chinese MPs, four Indians and two Punjabis (counted as Indian). DAP has only one Malay MP, i.e. Ariff Sabri, its representative for Raub, Pahang.
Note: Bukit Bendera MP Zairil is a Chinese Muslim
The majority of MPs in the PKR are Malay but its Chinese MPs are a lot.
Anwar’s multiracial party has 16 Malay MPs, nine Chinese, three Indians and one pribumi, i.e. Ignatius Dorell Leiking, its representative for Penampang, Sabah.
The Chinese reps in PKR are Gooi Hsiao-Leung, Sim Tze Tsin, Lee Boon Chye, William Leong, Wong Chen, Hee Loy Sian, Tian Chua, Tan Kee Kwong and Michael Teo.
Opposition Indian YBs in Parliament are the DAP’s two Karpal lion cubs Ramkarpal Singh and Gobind Singh Deo, plus Kula Segaran, Sivakumar, party veteran P. Patto’s daughter Kashturi, and Charles Santiago.
Although Indians, these oppo YBs are significantly non-Hindu: Punjabis are traditionally Sikhs while Sivarasa Rasiah is believed to be Christian. PKR’s other Indian MPs are Surendran and Manivannan.
All six of PAN’s renegade – formerly PAS – reps are Malay.
So out of Pakatan’s 72 MPs, only 23 are Malay. A total of 49 are non- Malay. This makes 68 percent non-Malay MPs currently in the opposition pact.
Tun Mahathir Mohamad is leading the non-Malays to “take down” BN which is predominantly Malay and Muslim.
He is doing everything he can to help DAP make the Malays and Muslims lose political power. A lot of the DAP Chinese reps are evangelistas. Some even attend the City Harvest church.