GE13 “Sarawak 16 seats Sabah 12 seats”

This article mentioned more or less ” Umno’s in trouble in Selangor” but what was significant especially if its alter ego of Tun Daim Zainudin there will be trouble.

Who is this man to predict ,‘BN could lose 16 parliamentary seats in Sarawak and 12 in Sabah – eight of which will be from Umno.”

Are you in agreement with him.?

This is what was is written about the man himself,”Tun Daim is a dangerous seer. In 2008, he predicted the loss of BN in 5 states. The UMNO generals were up in arms. They vilified him, describing him with all sorts of disrespectful terms. Daim is a pensioner. Daim is out of touch. Daim is irrelevant. When the results came, what Daim predicted was generally true.

31 seats Sarawak losing 16 and Sabah 25 seats losing 12. Statistically both states only have 50% support for the BN seats and whoever directed the man to predict this musts have something up his sleeve. Will the ruling political government be worried?

Forgive my ignorance but mosts political observers justs cannot see where in Sarawak the seats are going to be won by the Pakatan group.16 is a tall order and the parliamentary seats are not exactly urban seats. Sabah likewise and even if there are infighting within the UMNO ranks it justs doesn’t add up. 2008 both states losts 1 each and now in the upcoming elections it is such a significant and dramatic increase with 28 seats.

A political pundit said the worst case scenario would be only a dozen seats losts in Sarawak and Sabah. Anything more would be very disastrous for BN and 28 seats will mean Pakatan will be the ruling government after GE13.

 

 

2 thoughts on “GE13 “Sarawak 16 seats Sabah 12 seats”

  1. Kempen kesedaran ABU sedang giat berjalan di seluruh negara termasuklah di kewasan pendalaman Swak dan Sabah.

    dengan pelbagai permasalahan sedang menghadapi Bajib,PRU 13 agar tidak berkemungkinan diadakan pada masa yang terdekat.

  2. Yeah. Anything can happen :-) Especially when ABU targeting UMNO, DAP targeting Sarawak rural areas, Lynas issue and cyanide gold mining in Pahang, land grab issues in Sabah and Sarawak, constuction of new state administrative building instead of government general hospital in KK, construction of new dams and state assembly in Sarawak instead of upgrading Pan-Borneo highway, unstable and expensive electrical supply in Sabah despite the full operation of Bakun dam in Sarawak. So many issues. Whether these issues will make a major impact of not remains to be seen :-)

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