Am not surprised by decision of Appellate Court.
As I blogged yesterday in Political pasembur 1 the BN “…doesn’t want to lose face nor does it want Pakatan to be in a position to ask HRH to dissolve the House, because a re-election will see the BN or rather UMNO* humiliated even further.”
As I alluded, I believe Zambry will hang on for a while, for a bit of BN’s face, following which the 3 frogs could mysteriously resign or whatever.
I blogged: “I suspect BN will try its utmost to manipulate the situation into by-elections in the three froggie seats, allowing PKR to win back two while DAP will bring about the largest landslide in Perak election history in Jelapang wakakaka.”
“This way, BN maintains the status quo without suffering further loss and at the same time divests itself of the poison chalice.”
Maybe the actual line of play may well turn out to be more complicated but my speculation is that BN will eventually divest itself of Perak, to save its own ass for 2013.
But what pissed me off when I read The Malaysian Insider Zambry is MB, rules court where the news report said: “Hundreds of PR supporters gathered briefly outside the court complex after the ruling was pronounced, and shouted slogans to back Nizar, including chanting ‘Refomasi’ and ‘Bubar DUN’”.
Haven’t those people got it yet, that it was the f* so-called ‘reformasi’ that gotten us into this trouble. FFS-lah, recall the blooming frog merchant and his claim that Nasaruddin Hashim’s defection “... reflected the sentiments of his voters, namely the Malays in his constituency ... as the beginning of a new wave.”
Yea, the frog merchant has his 'new wave' alright, with mud in his face!
Karpal Singh has been right - it's time for the frog merchant to fade away; he's a trouble maker wherever he goes.