As noted in the last post the many actions in Perak’s fight for power missed 1 important point: the uncertainty over who is the rightful government of Perak can only be settled by letting the people have their say. By asking the court, the police, the civil servants, the MACC, the royalty etc -all the unelected institutions, to intervene only muddle the affairs in the views of the people-and could lead to a state of lawlessness. The end of it could be emergency/military rule-as predicted by a political commentator Wong Chin Huat. That may well be what the BN intend to do, after a few more months of chaos at the upper level of power holders in Perak. Already the MB’s pay may not find a righful claimant. It takes statesman to resolve the issue in favour of the people’s choce. Tengku Razaleigh speak out about this option recently, as reported.
So the issue is a political issue and cry out for an orderly political solution through a free and fair state election. All other `actions’ are just that.
Let’s see how far the charade will continue. Our suggestion for the voters in Behrang, Changkat Jerling and Jelapang to recall their defected reps still stands. That is the only way to put the people/voters back to the driver seat where they belong!