The monarchy decision has created a constitutional crisis in Malaysia. Now Perak state struggling with two MBs, two speakers, two state secretaries, and two sets of EXCOs. Who responsible for this ongoing crisis? I think you people know the answer. It is obvious that the state assembly cannot function without a fair and just solution to the deadlock. We are extremely clear that the way forward for Perak is to return the right to choose back to the people. The three assemblymen (two charged with corruption, one claimed ill treatments from his party) who helped to prop up the BN government would probably lose their seats if elections are held.
SPEAKER V SIVAKUMAR DRAGGED AND THREATENED LIKE A DOG (FORCIBLY REMOVED FROM HIS SEAT)
The Sultan of Perak was instrumental in the removal of a democratically elected chief minister previously. While Perak Speaker Sivakumar was forcibly dragged out by the police and staff of the recalcitrant state assembly secretary's staff. The state secretary Abdul Rahman Hasim had instructed the sergeant-at-arms and the assembly secretary to ignore his (Sivakumar's) directives in the assembly yesterday.
CAUGHT IN ACTION (HEE ATTACKING A PR ASSEMBLYMAN WITH PEPPER SPRAY)
Since February, we’ve been watching painfully while all these lessons unfolded in Perak and the courts, especially the Federal Court in Kuala Lumpur. Are these the lessons we want our children (future leaders) to learn? Is the improper wrestle in the Perak state assembly the kind of democracy we’ll hand over to future generation?
Read- Malaysia's Hollow Democracy (Part One)