Sabah Forumer Predicts 5000 votes Majority for PAS In Kuala Terengganu

Posted: January 17, 2009 in Anwar Ibrahim, Kuala Terengganu, Malaysia Today, malaysiakini, Malaysian Politics, Pas, Sabah, sabah forum, Sabah Politics, Sarawak

It is 3pm now and more than 68%  of the 80,229 electorates have already casted their votes in all the 143 voting channels. According to Bakar our inside man from the intelligence, PAS has got the upper hand so far as voters seem to visit  PAS booths more than BN booths before casting their votes  in all polling centers.  Bakar also indicated that the voter turnout will be more than 80% by 5pm.

Is this a strong indication that BN is losing it?

Someone yesterday in Sabah Forum had predicted that PAS would win by more than 5000 votes majority in this Kuala Terengganu Parliamentary by-election.

In the general election last March, the BN candidate won with a slim 628-vote majority in Kuala Terengganu.

Lets see if his predication comes true.

A win in Kuala Terengganu, is going to spur  Anwar’s PKR to win the coming Pensiangan Parliamentary byelection in Sabah which will be decided and nullified by the courts on Febrary 16th, and, after that, the opposition front will try to wrest control of the BN-stronghold of Sarawak, where elections to the state assembly are also due to be held soon.

We are going to see interesting times in Malaysia from now on.

  1. johnny says:

    Mana ada close… its off the mark la…like 1 mile. Tapi atleast you are right in saying PAS would win.


  2. Peter says:

    Not bad the prediction by Sabah Forumer – it was not on the mark but it is sure close considering the spoilt votes and votes to the Independent.


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