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Malaysia Is NOT Facing A Constitutional Crisis

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Then the Agong will have to agree for an emergency to be declared whereby Parliament would be suspended and Muhyiddin Yassin will become the caretaker Prime Minister until it is safe to call for GE15, maybe a year or so from now if they find a vaccine for Covid-19 by then.

“Malaysia is facing a constitutional crisis,” said Raggie Jessy Rithaudeen (READ HERE).

“Malaysia may effectively be facing a Constitutional crisis following a decree issued by Istana Negara on behalf of His Royal Highness the Yang Di-Pertuan Agong,” explained the pro-Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad blogger.

No, Malaysia is NOT facing a constitutional crisis just because His Majesty Seri Paduka Baginda Yang di-Pertuan Agong has “menasihati” the Members of Parliament to give unanimous support to Budget 2021 for the sake of the “kesejahteraan” rakyat, economic recovery, etc.

His Majesty also has the authority to nasihat MPs to stop engaging in random sex, whether gay sex or straight sex, to help combat the Covid-19 coronavirus pandemic by practicing social distancing of at least 6 feet.

The Agong has expressed the sentiments of the rakyat, which is stop the bloody nonsensical politicking

In fact, what His Majesty said is what 90% of Malaysians wish to hear. Hence His Majesty is speaking on behalf of the rakyat. Only 10% wish to see chaos and turmoil so that the government can collapse.

Politicians owe their positions to their party. So, they give their loyalty to the party, not to the rakyat. The Monarchy, however, serves the rakyat. Hence the Rulers speak on behalf of the rakyat based on what is good for the country.

In the past, MPs who refuse to toe the party line — and instead vote in favour of what is good for the rakyat, meaning it goes against party policy — have been suspended from Parliament and sacked from their party. Remember the incident involving that MIC MP who voted with his conscience?

So, the party comes first, the rakyat comes second. The Agong and the Rulers, on the other hand, do not need to toe the party line. They can speak based on what is good for the rakyat and the country.

The current political crisis is about Anwar Ibrahim gila nak jadi perdana menteri

Anyway, it is good if Pakatan Harapan defeats Budget 2021 in Parliament. Then the government will be stuck. The alternative then would be to dissolve Parliament and call for a snap GE15.

But the Agong will never agree to a snap GE15 because of the Covid-19 coronavirus pandemic. If not the “Sabah PRN Cluster” problem will occur all over Malaysia.

So, what then?

Then the Agong will have to agree for an emergency to be declared whereby Parliament would be suspended and Muhyiddin Yassin will become the caretaker Prime Minister until it is safe to call for GE15, maybe a year or so from now if they find a vaccine for Covid-19 by then.

Anyway, what does Pakatan Harapan want to do about it? Do they want to do what DAP’s Ronnie Liu said, which is take to the streets and protest against the Agong? Buatlah! Let’s see what happens when you do that.

Actually, the Agong could have easily declared an emergency and suspend Parliament. And when the Pakatan Harapan demonstrators take to the streets to protest against the Agong, that will happen for sure.  RPK

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