Parliament is the place where Muhyiddin, Anwar or anyone else must prove they have a majority

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Aliran has just released this message:

In light of a possible loss of confidence in Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin, Aliran stresses the importance of upholding parliamentary democracy instead of sidelining it.

We reiterate the urgency of convening Parliament to resolve the multiple crises facing the nation. It is alarming that Parliament is only sitting for 52 days from March to December 2020.

The only way to resolve the political impasse is to do things openly and in line with parliamentary convention.

MPs should have the option of voting on a motion of confidence in Parliament. In the UK, this can take the form of a confidence motion (by the government) or a no-confidence motion (usually by the opposition).

Such motions should not be lowered down the order paper after “government business”. Under parliamentary convention, a no-confidence vote takes precedence over normal parliamentary business for the day and usually begins with speeches by the prime minister and the leader of the opposition. In the UK, there have been three votes of confidence and 23 votes of no-confidence since 1945. Full statement on Aliran website

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Tag Lasso
Tag Lasso
20 Oct 2020 10.21am

Biotech: Guilt-free palm oil?

A commodity associated with tropical deforestation may soon have a synthetic replacement – but what will it mean for the farmers whose livelihoods depend on palm oil plantations?

https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/w3csz7jz

Milk Tea
Milk Tea
17 Oct 2020 7.31pm

COVID is spiking and coming back at full force, we should stand behind the current government until we overcome this uncertainty.

shriek
shriek
17 Oct 2020 9.42pm
Reply to  Milk Tea

Your PN minister says air suam will help us to immune against covid. Now milk tea will because there is tea and milk. No ore shrieking

Milk Tea
Milk Tea
18 Oct 2020 7.31pm
Reply to  shriek

Sorry man, I only look at the circumstances. If the current government is PH, I would still say the same.

shriek
shriek
19 Oct 2020 9.11pm
Reply to  Milk Tea

What man? I am your godfather and tai lo. No decency and manner. How you want to earn your rice bowl in rat race world??

Milk Tea
Milk Tea
20 Oct 2020 1.52pm
Reply to  shriek

As a tai lo, you should tell the Penang gov. to not be such hypocrites. Charging plastic bag for RM1 next year while they are responsible for building so many artificial islands around the coast (which one is more damaging to the ecosystem). In 2016, … [allegedly] says if the federal gov. have no money, they can ask the Penang gov. for a loan. But few days ago, CM Chow has requested the federal gov. for allocation of funds. Who has no decency? Anyways, I am happy for you, at least you have your rice bowl at the DAP cellar.

shriek
shriek
20 Oct 2020 9.36pm
Reply to  Milk Tea

How can states be richer than the Commonweath unless Milk tea knows and has been teaching the states how to print or photocopy money??? States collect limited taxes but your PN gomen collect taxes from A to Z and Z to A. Will get more if reintroduce GST.

shriek
shriek
20 Oct 2020 9.41pm
Reply to  Milk Tea

You chipskate. RM1 can save the environment. The North Pole has been melting to point of no return and more fishes killed by plastic, Sole sailors found plastic bags in no where and no one in middle of the 7 seas,

Milk Tea
Milk Tea
21 Oct 2020 2.29pm
Reply to  shriek

Sorry tai lo, I don’t support PN government. As for DAP, I consider them far worse than PN. They are covering their sins after they realised that all the sands blasted out from our hills are being used to enrich themselves. If you think plastic bags bought from the supermarkets is a big cause of pollution, you are not very smart. They just do it to show they are somehow very green…As for the statement asking pg. gov. for loan, it’s your former boss says (got proved from the newspaper back in 2016) They know they cannot become federal anymore… Read more »

shriek
shriek
22 Oct 2020 4.38pm
Reply to  Milk Tea

you dont support PN but you love PAS and migrating Kota Bharu. Your PAS Minister very special; more than James Bond. Can move in and out during Covid without need for licence.
Show me the billions. No need billions, Thousands will do. Sink land, Hong Land and Shenzhen people can show how they from minimal investment from the seabed reclaimed and become land for development. Cut hills, kbkb. We have good land in Penang to be used as Airport.

Milk Tea
Milk Tea
23 Oct 2020 10.32pm
Reply to  shriek

Lol, I support neither side. I never said I liked PAS and the only reason I am more vocal about DAP is because they are governing Penang + they won all Chinese-majority parliamentary seats. You must be joking, what industry did DAP brought in from overseas, most of it already came under Tun Lim Chong Eu era. Don’t compare us with SG or Shen Zhen, our reclaimed lands are mainly used for housing (profit for the state) while they have strategic long-term planning. You know who benefits under DAP administration, their developer friends…they next thing they like is building airports… Read more »

Tag Lasso
Tag Lasso
20 Oct 2020 2.04pm
Reply to  shriek

Plenty of job opportunities in Singapore’s electronics industry, as reported yesterday:

Go work Singapore get S$, and later PR.

Vettai
Vettai
22 Oct 2020 1.07pm

Once again, Anwar Ibrahim has earned himself another losers’ tag in the game to be Prime Minister. Deservedly, for his timing was so atrociously poor and his gambit so flimsy in a tenuously fluid political situation.

Tag Lasso
Tag Lasso
22 Oct 2020 3.30pm
Reply to  Vettai

“timing was so atrociously poor” since today almost all malay institutions… cannot accept a leader of multiracial party to be PM due to the deeply ingrained ketuanan psyche?

Tag Lasso
Tag Lasso
23 Oct 2020 10.01am

Goldman Sachs has agreed to pay nearly $3bn to end a probe of its role in the 1MDB corruption scandal.

The bank’s Malaysian subsidiary also admitted in US court that it had paid more than $1bn in bribes to win work raising money for the Malaysian state-owned wealth fund.

US officials said the record settlement reflected Goldman’s “central” role in a “massive corruption scheme”.

Key question: How much of this money is returning to Malaysia?

Ma jiji
Ma jiji
18 Oct 2020 5.10pm

Obviously, Anwar is playing too much and too “farfetched” !
Eventually, all looser with no one wins.

Ray
Ray
18 Oct 2020 8.45am

Politics in Malaysia is changing colour chameleons.
Dont waste too much on politics but spend time thinking of making money to sustain lives.

Milk Tea
Milk Tea
17 Oct 2020 7.55pm

If Anwar is PM, we all know how this is going to play out, he will try to cover the lack of Malay support in his side by playing the Malay+Islam card. Why do we even care at this point?

Tag Lasso
Tag Lasso
17 Oct 2020 8.34pm
Reply to  Milk Tea

No dominant malay party anymore as malay politics are very fragmented, even Umno now has at least 4 factions. No ala carte anymore but need combo to be government. Malay battleground will play out alongside covid pandemic.

DAP with 42 parliamentary seats can sit back, wait for suitors desperate to complete a majority combo.

While Umno is pressing PM8, Che Det-Kuli tag team could seize the day with GPS+Warisan+DAP?

Milk Tea
Milk Tea
18 Oct 2020 7.40pm
Reply to  Tag Lasso

Unlikely, GPS is not in good terms with DAP. UMNO + PAS will not work with DAP as this is a death trap for themselves.

shriek
shriek
21 Oct 2020 9.38pm
Reply to  Milk Tea

PAS is your kawan terbaik. Work, sleep thinking about PAS but no entertainment like Lets rock with the 2 DAP adun. Remember you have to do 5 times a day. More the better

Vettai
Vettai
22 Oct 2020 1.08pm
Reply to  shriek

Stop being a cyber bully.
No personal attack on readers.
Anil please moderate.
We want good ethics here.

shriek
shriek
22 Oct 2020 4.46pm
Reply to  Vettai

What cyber bully? show me the bully? It is a compliment. Kawan Terbaik. He himself said Penang under HP is too developed and will move to Kota Bharu under PAS where he can find better life. He is a man not boy. You a man too?