Perakian are very supportive of MB Nizar

[...] To Abdul Kadir Abu Baytha, 44, Nizar was a good man who had helped many people.

“What has happened has left us with a lot of uncertainty,” said the rojak seller from Ipoh town.

Tan Kim Soon, 67, hit out at Jelapang Assemblyman Hee Yit Fong for betraying her voters.

“She won with a huge majority but no one voted for her to cross over or become and independent,” the used-car dealer from Pasir Puteh said, adding that Hee was going to be cursed and “there will be no happy ending for her”.

Tan added that most people in Perak would prefer snap elections to be called.

K.S. Yong, 50, said BN had better do a good job now that they are back in control of the state.

“If they don’t live up to their promise then they better watch out during the next elections,” said the housewife from Kampung Simee.

The same sentiment was shared by Ho Kean Fatt, also from Kampung Simee, who said philosophically that “everything happens for a reason”.[read more]

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