Why? Because now y’all will really need the two Wee’s from MCA in parliament to safeguard the continuity of vernacular school. The other Chinese fella is a Sarawak MP – Tiong King Sing.
I’m guessing the MCA president will be included in Muhyiddin’s cabinet.
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Diversity in the neo Alliance coalition
The incoming Perikatan Nasional administration is multiracial and multi-religious although its foundation is Muafakat-plus.
However unlike the Mahathir-Harapan camp where Christians play a huge role, Muhyiddin‘s Perikatan redux has a solid Muslim foundation.
The new opposition crew, on the other hand, has too many evangelicals. Some 60 percent of Team Mahathir MPs are non Malay, non Muslim. This is the side of the political aisle where Malay-Muslims are in the minority.
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Perhaps two percent of new gomen are Chinese MPs
The non Malays, non Muslims who are in or aligned with the Muhyiddin camp – as best that I can make out – comprise the following parliamentarians:
- Wee Ka Siong (MCA)
- Wee Jeck Seng (MCA)
- Saravanan Murugan (MIC)
- Edmund Santhara Kumar (ex-PKR)
- Willie anak Mongin (ex-PKR)
- Ali anak Biju (ex-PKR)
- Anyi Ngau (SPDP)
- Tiong King Sing (SPDP)
- Ronald Kiandee (Pribumi, ex-Umno)
- Alexander Nanta Linggi (PBB)
- Masir anak Kujat (PRS)
- Ago anak Dagang (PRS)
- Ugak anak Kumbong @ Wilson (PRS)
- Arthur Kurup (PBRS)
Well, I already told you Dapsters. Below are three pie charts I posted separately in my blog years ago. The trend of Chinese voting themselves out of government was discernible in Perak since the last decade.
Elections have consequences, y’know.