In Malaysia's 2015 General Election (GE15) has led to an unpopular parliament and two coalitions in the Pakatan Harapan (PH) and Perikatan Nasional (PN) coalitions close to being neck and neck in regards to numbers of seats that were won.
While neither coalition has the necessary numbers to have an absolute majority of the 222 seats in the Lower House Both coalitions are now in negotiations with potential partners to make new government,report by most trusted online casino malaysia.
At 4.30am in the morning, as a result of one seat being far from being a winner, PH won 81 seats and PN won 73 seats. Barisan Nasional (BN) finished in a distant third place with just 30 seats.
These Borneo-based groups comprised of Gabungan Parti Sarawak (GPS) and Gabungan Rakyat Sabah (GRS) were able to win 22 and 6 seats respectively. They are now regarded as potential Kingmakers.
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We are able to create a government A.K.A.
In a press conference the early morning of Sunday (Nov 20), PH chairman Anwar Ibrahim declared: We have managed to secure the support of MPs in forming the government using the simple majority with the usual procedure and then submitted to Yang di-Pertuan Agong at his discretion to take an ultimate decision. He said: The word "majority" refers to more than 111 ... This is the largest block.We will create the government when we've got the majority of the vote, he stated.
If asked how he could be able to prevent what happened in 2020 when the defections of lawmakers had led to the demise of the PH government Anwar replied: Anwar said: "The anti (party)"hopping" law has been in place for a while." He was talking about the historic law that came into effective on the 5th of October. It is designed to prevent lawmakers from switching party.
PN SAYS it will discuss the issue with SABAH, SARAWAK PARTIES
In a press conference that took place on the morning of Sunday, PN Chairman Muhyiddin Yassin declared that the surge of support that the alliance has received particularly from young people and the young people, has led to an unexpected election successes. He stated that as part of the creation of the next government PN would be discussing with the groups from Sabah in addition to Sarawak.
To maintain stability, we accept any political party that can recognize our efforts to create an administration that is caring and is clean and stable, he told the press conference. He was with the leaders of the coalition. If we create an administration with other political groups, PN will implement what is in the manifesto we have prepared, he said.
In the manifesto of the coalition, PN promised to address issues related to bread and butter problems that the population is facing and to create 1 million new jobs, in addition to other pledges. Mr. Muhyiddin stated the PN has received positive feedback by the Sabah as well as Sarawak parties.
He added that they would begin discussions on the issue as quickly as they can and will conclude the discussion on Sunday evening. He also said that PN is not likely to consider cooperating with PH to create a government.
GE15 THE FINEST CONTEST
GE15 was one of the most contests in the country's history and saw a record number of over 900 candidates competing for a seat in the parliament. Two seats that were up for election in Sarawak - Padang Serai in Kedah and Baram in Sarawak had to be postponed. When the first results began to be announced approximately 10pm. GPS took the first few of seats from Sarawak. It was an early sign to the future kingmakers from Borneo will have a major input into the formation of the new government.
After the results of about 50 percent of the parliamentary seats being determined an image was emerging: PH and PN were at a neck and neck with around 30 seats winning each as BN was second with just 20 seats around 12am. For PN For PN, Mr Muhyiddin has successfully defended the seat he was at Pagoh, Johor.
Senior minister in caretaker Azmin Ali from PN, among the legislators who resigned to Parti Keadlian Rakyat in 2020 and set off a chain of events that resulted in the demise of PH administration, was unable to retain the seat he held in Gombak. He was defeated by Selangor the chief minister Amirudin Shari.
In the meantime Mr Anwar took over The Tambun seat from Perak. He switched his base on Port Dickson, Negeri Sembilan to compete in Perak the seat, which was seen by his supporters as a move of strategic significance which could aid PH get back to the top in Putrajaya.
The PH's Nurul Izzah Anwar is the daughter of Mr. Anwar, was sacked from his Permatang Pauh seat in Penang to the PN's Muhammad Fawwaz Mat Jan. The seat is described as it is a "family seat" that is Mr Anwar's legacy. The seat has been owned by the family since 1982, first by Mr Anwar followed by His wife Wan Azizah Wan Ismail, then Ms Nurul Izzah.
A number of BN veterans, including the interim financial Minister Tengku Zafrul Aziz (Kuala Selangor) and the caretaker health minister Khairy Jamaluddin (Sungai Buloh), Tengku Razaleigh Hamzah (Gua Musang) and Tengku Adnan Tengku Mansor (Putrajaya) were defeated in their matches.
BN chair Ahmad Zahid Hamidi managed to defend his Bagan Datuk seat in Perak with a slim majority . the caretaker premier Mr Ismail Sabri Yaakob also managed to hold on to the position he was in at Bera, Pahang.
With about three-quarters of the results on seats being reported, BN, which was at the time in a solid third position behind PH and PN and PH, released an official statement saying the company "accepts as well as respects" the choice of the people.
The result of GE15 is an "big message" from the people in support of the coalition, claimed Ahmad Zahid. The coalition is determined to contribute to the creation of a stable and stable government the minister said.
Gerakan Tanah Air, led by former premier Mahathir Mohamad, did not get a single seat. Dr Mahathir himself was unable to contest his position at Langkawi, Kedah. The incumbent was removed by the PN's Mohd Suhaimi Abdullah who clinched 13,518 votes out of 25,463. A report from the Election Commission showed that the age 97 had only gotten the requisite 4,566 votes, and thus lost his deposit for election.