GE13 “Pakatan in Putrajaya “

Sarawak Independant Pelagus YB George Lagong said this morning,”It’s not looking so good for BN. But one musts remember in the pursuit of Putrajaya both sides have equal chances to win in a General Election. If one wants to “shine” do you tell the other person how you are going to shine?

In my case,”Ulu Rejang I will not be overly confident eventhough in recent days a number of disturbing reports have appeared against his party and the incumbent. This report will do more harm than good for the incumbent

Independant YB George Lagong do share the same thoughts as the PAS deputy leader Mohamad Sabu who said” Pakatan may win more seats in the next election but it would be difficult to topple BN.” The full report can be read in FMT but we extract some points for your analysis:-

Mat Sabu forecasts that Pakatan would need to win some 20 to 25 parliamentary seats in Sabah and Sarawak if the coalition were to knock BN off its perch. But for now, he predicts Pakatan winning only between 10 and 15 seats in those states, particularly in urban areas like Kuching, Sibu, Miri, Kota Kinabalu, Tawau and Sandakan.

2008 the BN coalition won 140 to 82 Pakatan. We look at Sarawak grey/black seats which audie61 have put up about a week ago. The 82 seats then 1 each were from Sabah/Sarawak. We add it up to at worst in Sarawak 15 (see below) and Sabah 6 which equals 21. If Pakatan maintains in Peninsular 80 and add 15 seats it will be all over for BN Government.

95+21=116 To Pakatan, BN 106


PM Najib would be looking over his shoulders and now he will not leave anything to chance. Sarawak/Sabah has 56 seats and he will do utmosts within his powers to ensure the figures of 15 from Sarawak is reached and 6 in Sabah. It could even be the other way round as Sabahans have a track record of toppling State governments USNO and PBS felt the change of voting trends and the wrath of people power. 

With everything on the line Najib and his strategists will not chanced anything and will study ground reports,receive feedbacks from relevant sources and also take out the obstacles which might hinder a BN comfortable win. 

Some of the 15 BN grey/black seats belongs to:-

  • 1.P192-Mas Gading Tiki Lafe SPDP(Party Infighting)
  • 2.P196-Stampin Yong Khoon Seng SUPP( Party infighting-Chinese voters)
  • 3.P199-Serian Richard Riot SUPP (Party Infighting)
  • 4.P120 Batang Sadong-Nancy Shukri PBB(candidate infighting)
  • 5.P201 Batang Lupar-Rohani Abdul Karim PBB (candidate infighting)
  • 6.P202 Sri Aman-Masir Kujat PRS(voters anger)
  • 7. P203 Lubok Antu -William Ngallau Badak PRS (voters anger)
  • 8. P205-Saratok Jelaing Mersait SPDP (party infighting)
  • 9. P208 Sarikei-Ding Kuong Hing SUPP (party infighting-chinese voters)
  • 10.P211 -Lanang Tiong Thai King (Party infighting-Chinese voters )
  • 11.P213 Mukah-Leo Toyad  PBB(candidate infighting)
  • 12.P216 Ulu Rejang Billy Abit PRS (candidate infighting-voters anger)
  • 13.P219 Miri Peter Chin Fah Kui (Party infighting -chinese voters)
  • 14.P220 Baram Jacob Sagan SPDP(Party infighting)
  • 15.P221 Limbang Hasbi Habibolah PBB(Candidate infighting)


10 thoughts on “GE13 “Pakatan in Putrajaya “

  1. Ho Ho Ho says:

    Ho :lol: Ho :lol: Ho :lol:

    :lol: MALAYSIANS must be smart to kick out those corrupted B-eNd goons n CHANGE new Pakatan Rakyat fresh leaders so that in future all those GREEDY + BAD politicians will not dare to play-play with RAKYAT no more or else we will again votes them out n CHANGE them as many times as we likes……PEOPLES POWER n not those sick politicians power to suck all dry!!!!! :lol:

    Ho :lol: Ho :lol: Ho :lol:

  2. ruthless says:

    In order to capture putrajaya parkatan must play dirty, Like football game done give a opponent a chance to attack, Everyone know, BN has all government of the day resources to disperse at any given time and any $$$$$$$.

  3. sarawakiana says:

    ruthless no matter how dirty they play Pakatan will not be able to get into the rural areas or penetrate BN strongholds. Unless the older BN generation voters are all changed or gone to the next life. It will happen when nurul decides to take over Pakatan.You can wait or not ruthless hahaha?

  4. zainuddin says:

    Agree with sarawakiana.Putrajaya we will try to get as many MPs into but it will be difficult like Mat Sabu said. UMNO will be irrelevant in a couple more years and thats when the other allies join forces and form a new coalition. It will be third time lucky. GE2008 was the start GE13 will be interesting GE14 all out to wrestle Putrajaya

  5. 2012 hope says:

    Pelagus people deeply regreted for voting Independent Lagong during the last Election.

    The have punished by BN for not receiving MRP projects.

    Lagong cant do anything but to continue serving the people without funds.

  6. 2012 hope says:

    Who will gratefully step down as politicians in Malaysia ?.

    For simple reason the goodies of the gravy train are too good to miss,they will fight to be retain their seats.

  7. 2012 hope says:

    Muhyiddin is hoping BN just manage to win narrowly so as Najib will have to go or step down under pressure from UMNO.

    If PR surprisingly wrap up 3 digits seats meaning 100 and above but still fail to march into Putrajaya, it would become a dream come true for DPM

  8. 2012 hope says:

    George ” next course of action ” as what he used to say after he was elected will never come true .

    His next course of action is actually joining PRS but was very unfortunate cos Masing strongly rejected him though there are few popular people helping as well as lobbying for him.

    Most Pelagus constituents predicted it will the first and last term for him.

  9. Ho Ho Ho says:

    Ho :lol: Ho :lol: Ho :lol:

    :lol: To MAJORITY coming younger generation children will see all B-eNd faces will be like this :arrow: :evil: :twisted: :evil: :twisted: :evil: :twisted: :evil: WHY :?: bcoz they are in power for too long n the ‘1’ on top now most are BAD n FACES look like ….? you n i know laaaa :lol:


    Ho :lol: Ho :lol: Ho :lol:

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