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Perak UMNO youth are gleefully rubbing their hands and waiting for the Barisan Nasional other members to be sworn in, the MB Datuk Dr Zambry Abdul Kadir was sworn in this afternoon. It is obvious they are happy they get another chance to plunder the coffers of Perak. This happens everywhere, where Barisan rule does it not.

UMNO youth wants all cars and other vehicles to tie yellow ribbons as a sign of loyalty to the Sultan. I wonder if the youth know what they are talking about. The Sultan has no power to make the Pakatan Rakyat government to resign. This is what is discussed in all the bloggs, even quoting legal authorities.

The change over to the government was brought about by the courtsy of the Sultan, Najib, the traitors in the form of Jamaluddin Mohd Radzi, Osman Jailu and Hee Yit Foong, two from PKR and one from DAP, who jumped ship.
Therefore in all fairness, all five must be recognised, yellow for the Sultan and perhaps blue, red, green, white or even black for the others. 

Would Perak UMNO youth suggest the above?


 

Perak Umno Youth launch yellow ribbon campaign for sultan

IPOH, Feb 6 — The Perak Umno Youth will launch a yellow ribbon campaign as a sign of loyalty to Perak’s Sultan Azlan Shah, who today swore in Pangkor assemblyman Datuk Zambry Abdul Kadir as the Barisan Nasional Menteri Besar for the state.
“As Perak citizens, we should tie the yellow ribbons to our cars and vehicles as a sign of loyalty to the Perak Sultan. Daulat Tuanku,” Perak Youth chief Zainol Fadzi Paharuddin told the pemudaumno.org website.
The Sungai Manik assemblyman said the Pakatan Rakyat appeared unable to accept the reality that they have been toppled by the defection of four assemblymen who now support the Barisan Nasional.
Barisan Nasional now has 28 seats in the 59-seat state assembly and has the support of three independents to Pakatan Rakyat’s 28 seats.
DAP chairman Karpal Singh said Pakatan Rakyat Menteri Besar Datuk Mohd Nizar Jamaluddin will sue the sultan if Barisan Nasional forms the state government. The state ruler refused Nizar’s request to dissolve the state assembly and instead commanded him to step down. Nizar has refused.

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