BREAKING NEWS! . . . BN won only 23 seats in Johor, declared ‘winners’ in 40 seats . . .

๐ŸŽ’๐ŸŽ’๐ŸŽ’
KERUSI-KERUSI DUN JOHOR PADA PRN JOHOR YANG KALAH TIPIS.

1.
N.8 Bukit Pasir
PN: 5,850
BN: 6,048
PH: 4,676
Pejuang: 196
Majoriti: 198 (BN)
Keluar Undi: 53.34%


  1. N.11 Serom
    PN: 7,808
    BN: 8,507
    PH: 5,509
    Pejuang: 332
    Majoriti: 699 (BN)
    Keluar Undi: 56.78%

3.
N.33 Tenggaroh
PN: 9,172
BN: 10,528
PH: 1,529
Pejuang: 213
Majoriti: 1,356 (BN)
Keluar Undi: 55.83%

4.
N.21 Parit Yanni.
BN-UMNO menang dengan majoriti : 294.

KERUSI-KERUSI DI MANA UNDI PN & PH & MUDA COMBINE – BARISAN NASIONAL SEPATUTNYA KALAH.
Perbandingan ini penting untuk kerusi-kerusi Parlimen pada PRU ke 15 kelak.

1.
N.4 KEMELAH.
BN-MIC menang dengan undi : 7,518.
Majoriti menang : 1,611.

Undi Amanah + PN combine undi : 10,400.
Kalah BN.

2.
N.5 TENANG.
BN-UMNO menang undi : 5,380.
Majoriti menang : 1,736.

Undi PN + MUDA combine : 6,300.
Kalah BN.

3.
N.8 BUKIT PASIR.
BN-UMNO menang undi : 6,048.
Majoriti menang : 198.

Undi PN + PH combine : 10,400.
Kalah BN.

4.
N.9 GAMBIR.
BN-UMNO menang undi : 7,960.
Majoriti : 3,146.

Undi PN + PH combine : 9,300.
Kalah BN.

5.
N.11 SEROM.
BN-UMNO menang undi : 8,507.
Majoriti : 699

Undi PN + PH combine : 13,300.
Kalah BN.

6.
N.14 BUKIT NANING.
BN-UMNO menang undi : 5,437.
Majority : 1,535.

PN + PKR combine : 7,200.
Kalah BN.

7.
N.16 SUNGAI BALANG.
BN-UMNO menang undi : 8,294.
Majoriti : 2,293.

PN + PKR combine : 9,500.
Kalah BN.

8.
N.17 SEMERAH.
BN-UMNO menang undi : 12,542.
Majoriti : 4,041.

PN + PKR combine : 14,700.
Kalah BN.

9.
N.21 PARIT YAANI.
BN-UMNO menang undi : 9,070.
Majoriti : 294.

PN + PH combine : 14,100.
Kalah BN.

10.
N.24 SENGGARANG.
BN-UMNO menang undi : 9,725.
Majoriti : 3,912.

PN + PH combine : 11,400.
Kalah BN.

11.
N.25 RENGIT.
BN-UMNO menang undi : 7,903.
Majoriti : 1,920.

PN + PKR combine : 8,048.
Kalah BN.

12.
N.29 MAHKOTA.
BN-UMNO menang undi : 16,611.
Majoriti : 5,166.

PH + PN combine : 19,000.
Kalah BN.

13.
N.33 TENGGAROH.
BN-MIC mensng undi : 10,528.
Majoriti : 1,356.

PN + PKR combine : 10,701.
Kalah BN.

14.
N.44 LARKIN.
BN-UMNO menang undi : 16,053.
Majoriti : 6,178.

PN + PKR + MUDA combine : 20,000.
Kalah BN.

15.
N.47 KEMPAS.
BN-UMNO menang undi : 11,919.
Majoriti : 3,514.

PKR + PN combine : 16,400.
Kalah BN.

16.
N.49 KOTA ISKANDAR.
BN-UMNO menang undi : 23,133.
Majoriti : 4,360.

PN + PH combine : 31,200.
Kalah BN.

17.
N.BUKIT PERMAI.
BN-UMNO menang undi : 10,889.
Majoriti : 4,755.

PN + MUDA combine : 11,200.
Kalah BN.

๐Ÿ›ก๏ธ๐Ÿ›ก๏ธ๐Ÿ›ก๏ธ
5 POINT’S TO PONDER :

  1. Terdapat 17 kerusi DUN Johor sekiranya parti-parti politik pembangkang combine dan betul-betul bermuafakat merealisasikan konsep Khemah Besar, Satu lawan Satu dengan Barisan Nasional, mereka sepatutnya beroleh kejayaan pada PRN Johor semalam.
  2. BN tidak akan menang 40 kerusi DUN Johor, sebaliknya hanya akan menang 23 kerusi (40-17).
  3. Ketika PRU ke 14, pertandingan 3 penjuru di antara BN-UMNO dengan PH dan PAS, telah merugikan BN-UMNO banyak kerusi-kerusi Parlimen kawasan Melayu.
  4. Perkara yang sama berlaku di PRN Johor semalam.

Akibat terlalu banyak parti-parti politik pembangkang memecahkan undi, telah memberi laluan mudah kepada BN untuk menang 40 kerusi di PRN Johor. Satu keputusan yang amat baik dan cemerlang untuk BN.

Manakala, satu percaturan dan strategy yang salah oleh PN, PH, PKR dan MUDA.

  1. Walau bagaimana pun, keadaan mungkin berbeza untuk PRU ke 15, sekiranya parti-parti ini dapat menjalinkan kerjasama yang lebih baik, to deny BN menang mudah pada PRU ke 15.

KITA TUNGGU PRU KE 15. SOON.

SEKIAN.
Oleh : Saiful Bahar.
13 Mac 2022.

Read here . . .

https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=10159750623133620&id=522048619

The First Past the Post System (FPTP) fell on undemocratic soil in Singapore and Malaysia. To add insult to injury, the widespread gerrymandering of seats denies the one man, one vote, principle.

At least 51 per cent of the electorate voted in Johor but not in every seat.

The election was not legitimate in seats where less than 51 per cent of the electorate voted.

The election was not legitimate in seats where those who collected less than 51 per cent of the votes counted were declared ‘winners’.

This was like Sarawak on Dec 18 last year.

The people in Sarawak, as in Singapore, have lost their sovereignty to a handful of corrupt control freaks in power.

The gov’t in Sarawak and Singapore have not changed since 1966 and 1959 respectively.

Under international law, if a gov’t can’t be changed through election, the people have lost their sovereignty to a handful of crooks in power.

It’s the duty of the international community,
under international law, to restore sovereignty to a people who have lost it.

The UN Security Council can pass a Resolution on the matter.

Alternatively, a coalition of the willing can act on the matter under international law i.e. without a UN Security Council Resolution as in Iraq in 2003.

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My COMMENT on the NMH link below . . .

The votes in the snap Johor polls on Sat 12 Mar 2022 would probably go the same way as it did in GE14. I stand corrected.

No party/coalition will probably get 29 seats for a simple majority. That will tell us how GE15 will turn out in Sabah and Malaya in 2023 or earlier. In Sarawak, it will be the pits as from 1966.

The people in Johor will vote for personalities they remember i.e. those who spoke up and spoke out on matters of public concern and public interest.

They will probably not remember what was actually said.

It remains to be seen whether Mahathir’s Pejuang wins any seat.

A party will be in the reckoning if it wins at least one or two seats.

It will be a breakthrough if an Independent wins a seat.

The question that arises in Johor may be the vote majority i.e. how many winning candidates collect at least 51 per cent of the votes counted and whether any party/coalition will not only secure simple majority but all their winning candidates will collect at least 51 per cent of the votes counted. Otherwise, the result cannot be perfected in law. There would be no legitimacy.

In seats where no candidate collects at least 51 per cent of the votes counted, there should be runoff, i.e. re-election, between the top two contenders.

However, this doesn’t happen in Malaysia. The politicians, the people and the media are too dumb to demand election run-offs. The media, an unthinking animal which can be easily manipulated by those who know, has never covered the election run-off issue.

No one looks at the whole story. They only look at parts of the story which suits their convenience.

Election run-offs are the norm in democratic countries and even in communist countries where only party elections are held.

The First Past the Post System from Britain fell on undemocratic soil in Singapore and Malaysia.

There has been widespread gerrymandering of seats, thereby denying the one man, one vote, principle.

Under international law, the people have lost their sovereignty to a hand of crooks when the gov’t can’t be changed through election.

In the wake of Ukraine, Singapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong and Ministers in tow declared in LinkedIn that the people must be willing to defend their sovereignty.

The question doesn’t arise.

The people in Singapore, as in Sarawak, have already lost their sovereignty.

The gov’t in Singapore and Sarawak have not changed since 1959 and 1966 respectively.

It’s the duty of the international community, under international law, to restore sovereignty to a people who have lost it.

This may require a UN Security Council Resolution and marshalling a coalition of the willing, as in Iraq in 2003.

Author: fernzthegreat

Joe Fernandez holds a honours degree in management, majoring in economics, and has opted from academia in law to being a jurist. He was trained professionally on the job as a journalist. He's a longtime Borneo watcher, keen on the history and legal aspects of Malaya's presence in Sabah and Sarawak. He teaches the English language privately and has emerged as a subject matter expert in public examination techniques.

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