Tuesday, 4 March 2008

Where I lean

People who read this blog may think that they are able to detect my political leanings. They are wrong. I have friends and I know people on both sides of the political divide, but I see myself as without any political preference. I may be critical of several developments in the country but being critical of them does not necessarily mean anything at all. I always keep my cards close to my chest and only let my preference be known at the last moment on the ballot paper. It will be the same again this time.

By the way, in case you are curious, I am voting in the parliamentary constituency of Permatang Pauh and the state constituency of Seberang Jaya:

P.44 PERMATANG PAUH (58,449)
1. Pirdaus Ismail (BN-Umno)
2. Dr Wan Azizah Wan Ismail (PKR) - incumbent
Malays: 69.4% Chinese: 24.5% Indians: 5.7% Others: 0.1%

N.10 Seberang Jaya (22,678)
1. Arif Shah Omar Shah (BN-Umno) - incumbent
2. Ramli Bulat (PKR)
Malays: 63.0% Chinese: 23.7% Indians: 12.2% Others: 0.2%

1 comment:

Jeffrey Chew said...

I respect you for that SS. You are a true Malaysian voter. Hence, you make an educated choice and gives the best as your vote matters.