Monday, February 09, 2009


It had been reported that the Member of Parliament for Rembau and UMNO deputy Youth chief, Khairy Jamaluddin had been provoking UMNO Youth members and BN members to “resort to whatever means necessary” to prevent Menteri Besar Datuk Seri Ir Mohammad Nizar Jamaluddin and his group of executive councillors from entering the Perak state secretariat to carry out their public duties.

As far as the law is concern, there is a serious dispute as to whether the Sultan of Perak, Sultan Azlan Shah has the powers to remove a legitimate Mentri Besar at his whims and fancies, and to appoint a new Mentri Besar when one has not be legally and rightfully removed or sacked. According to reliable sources, the State Legislative Assembly with a vote of no confidence could only remove the Mentri Besar who had been appointed. Since Barisan Nasional does not actually command the majority (they claim since the 'frogs' have shown their support), the above matter is in serious doubt and disputable.

The best avenue would be to hold a fresh State election to determine who should administer the State.

It is now known that UMNO and Barisan Nasional would receive a much more disastrous defeat if a State election is held now and due to this factor the best bet would be to gain control of the State by dubious means, which they seem to have schemed.

Since Khairy Jamaluddin's remarks are a threat to national security, its time for the police to arrest him under Internal Security Act (ISA) without any further delay.

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