Wednesday, May 10, 2006

Don't close one eye this May

This whole month of May is the examinations period as a mean to end my first year degree. There are six papers and I am doing the best, the rest is upon God's wind of success.

There are many interesting issues on the surface lately including the heating-up 'closed one eye' issue by an irresponsible MP as a resulf of when a power holds by a blind man, again. This revelation of misconduct has been steered by the resignation of Datuk Shahrir as the Chairman of Barisan Nasional Backbenchers Club (BBC) when he supported the Opposition motion headed by Lim Kit Siang which proposed a transparency investigation on the inappropriate action by the blind man, as the Whip (affinity to an oath of allegiance to the party) steps into the parliamentary act.

Till today, I am still finding the most accurate definition of democracy in Malaysia but to no avail. I am in a state of perplexity.

However, the perplexity indulged by democracy vanished as I read the newspaper regarding the landslide win gained by PAP Singapore against the Opposition party, echoed by the comments by Lim Kuan Yew, 'A strong opposition is vital in order to sustain the credibility and transparency of the public'

Come what may, this May is the most important month in my first year university.

Welcome home Anwar.

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