Today is the historic day for all of Malaysia, the 13th General Election is finally held. All political parties in Malaysia has started their bit to gain the support of the voters and not to mention to renew their mandate as the ruling parties. In 2013, the political landscape in Malaysia has changed dramatically. Malaysia parliamentary democracy allowed a multi-parties system, nevertheless most of parties in Malaysia has align themselves into two major coalition the Barisan Nasional and the Pakatan Rakyat. This is due to the fact that no political parties can survives alone in Malaysia political landscape. A multi-racial country and yet consist of two major geographical land of Malaya and Borneo, need the parties to find an ally to assist them. And in addition, those who does not want to ally themselves with BN and PR, has emerges themselves as the Third Power. (Even though they mostly does not gives any major threat to BN and PR).
As a Johorean, I am a core supporter of BN. Nevertheless, I am open to any changes that PR had to offer. PR has proves themselves capable of leading a State Government even though some problems did exist in the Government. I'm sure all Government faces the same problems including BN. I wish all the best for the Chairman of BN, Dato Seri Mohd Najib bin Tun Abdul Razak in this General Election. May he is given a new mandate by the voters after proving himself as a Prime Minister for already 4 years. For BN, their motto is always Dulu, Kini, Selamanya (Past, Present, Always).
And to the PR, I wish all the best to the De Facto Leader of PR, Dato' Seri Anwar Ibrahim to lead the PR to regain their mandate. Known as 'Warrior of Deception' as a debater, his speeches is indeed fatal to any who dare to opposed him. For PR, their motto is always Jom Ubah (Let's Change).
Wishing all the best to all political parties in Malaysia in this year election. Win or lose is not important. What most important is we as a voters gives our bit to choose a worthy candidate to lead the Government. And, it is up to our beloved King to choose the one that have the most support in the Parliament as the Prime Minister.