Tuesday, January 13, 2009

Kuala Terengganu By-Election - A Crucial Fight For Both BN & PR

It is a three-cornered fight. Is the independent candidate BN or PR-supported?
Najib is full-time there to call the shots. He really can't afford a slip!

On the run-up to this crucial by-election, momentum is gathering as both sides drum up for support.
On BN side, DPM Najib is there to call the shots. Certainly this by-election means a lot to DPM since it is a prelude to his taking over from Pak Lah the helm of this nation. If you like, you may call it "a vote of confidence" on Najib, so to speak.
PR called on the voters to send a clear message in this by-election to take Malaysia for "a sky-change" in the next general election.
Anyway, KT is a deciding fight from all perspectives. You can't afford to miss out!
The picture shows Anwar with the president of PAS. The Islamic state issue is pretty sticky to talk over.


4 comments:

Daniel said...

Tony,what's your prediction/take on the outcome of the KT by-election?RPK is going around campaigning for Pakatan Rakyat.He's not aligned to any political parties but still he's there to defend democracy and freedom.If the Sarawak state election is held this year,do you think that people will reject BN?I would be the first to cast my vote for opposition party.To me,SUPP is already outdated and no longer relevant these days.

Tony Hii said...

Gee, Daniel, are you voting for a "sky-change"? You sounded serious!

Daniel said...

I will do whatever it takes to defend freedom and democracy.

Tony Hii said...

Anyway, the next state election is coming up pretty soon. Anwar is making inroad into Sarawak in a big way to pave the way for a change. There seems to be a lot of excitement from now onwards.