Singapore Straits Times delivers uncertainty forecast of BN’s 2/3 victory.
Carolyn Hong extends her way of examining why the risks are bound to be higher than usual for all parties. This is the first part of three series.
- She speculated that
- PM DS Najib will apply for dissolution as early as the first half of March.
- PM Mr Najib has lost the momentum with too little time left before the elections.
- Singapore-based Institute for Southeast Asian Studies, Dr Johan Saravanamuttu, another supporter for PR that Anwar had been striving very hard for more than a year. The opposition would gain victory very significantly.
- Many political observers predicted that the two political rivals would gain winning margins which will result each its own setbacks.
- Opposition could topple BN in its stronghold of Johor, Sabah and Sarawak.
- Political analyst, Wan Saiful Wan Jan, forecast that BN will gain fewer seats than in 2008 despite its winning, though all will depend on winning votes in Sabah and Sarawak. This lunatic analyst speculated that BN’s eight component parties would defect to PR should BN lost many seats in Sabah and Sarawak in the next polls.
2. She brainwashed SST readers further, from analysts’ biased point of view,
- that PR could make slight gains if their strife in Johor materialised.
- If BN fails to lead with more than 140 seats and redeem one of the present PR states,
(i) PM DS Najib will certainly jeopardise his job.
(ii) Umno will not hesitate to betray PM Najib, and Mr Muhyiddin Yassin would take over, according to former PM Mahathir’s personal opinion.
3. She harped on the matter that PM DS Najib and wife still hold their disreputation over their personal flaws.
No matter how numerous tactics she used to frighten BN supporters and humiliate BN leadership, she can drown herself with PR political analysts voluntarily when BN wins overwhelmingly.