Wednesday, March 25, 2009

Umno Youth race: KJ enters hall, hugged

Official: Khairy Jamaluddin 304 votes and Razali Ibrahim, the Muar MP, as deputy 417 votes.

KJ is seen entering hall where he has been hugged and congratulated by supporters as the names of elected exco positions being announced. More to come.

10 comments:

Anonymous said...

Good Bye to Mahathir era .

nstman said...

This is a slap in the face for Mahathir and his No 1 acolyte Rockybru. Rocky has been shamelessly campaigning for the father-and-son team from day one. Toyol's fate has been sealed follwoing strong evidence of his misrule in Selangor. Even Toyol's ardent supporters believe his reputation and integrity have been savagely tattered.

Odette said...

Interesting.......

talhah said...

Tuhan selamatkan Malaysia...

Thank You Dato for your excellence insider news and update.

Whatmeworry said...

Son in law is the lesser of the 2 evils. MACC should really investigate Toyol while Dr. M's clueless son should just remain as an ordinary MP.

Anonymous said...

sad lah

mediakini said...

i am sad because mukriz no win.i hope next time he can win.

wandererAUS said...

The only thing good that came out from the results so far was to prevent the change of name from UMNO baru to United Mamak National Organization.
TDM, you can now take a long leave, you need not follow the rainbow and make your dream come true!

Anonymous said...

It's just a new beginning for Umno,got to wait and see what changes they have in mind for the party and malaysian. Umno has got to change and get back their respect if they want to lead the country, It still lies on the sentiment and perception of malaysian regarding Umno.If they want respect they have got to show respect to the raayat.

ahniuku said...

I thought his "desparate act" (i.e. his own words, abeit jokingly in the interview) of getting an interview by the three top editors of Malaysiakini is quite an act. He was grilled by them but he can face the music and handle it with confidence.

If he is truthful in the interview, I think he could contribute positively for a better New Malaysia that many are talking about.