Malaysian Constitution was amended for a few hundred times, estimated at 650 amendments in 56 year unlike American Constitution with 27 amendments in 237 years of history.
Bolehland’s record is 11.6 amendments per year vs American record is 0.114 times per year.
In another word, Malaysia is 102 times more frequent to amend constitution than America.
When Malaysia achieved independence, the constitution upheld one person one vote spirit under the first-past-the-post system with +/- 15% gap limit for different constituencies.
The majority of rakyat feel the election results were hijacked by SPR through frauds and gerrymandering.
With Zahid’s skewed logic, all people in Tunisia and Egypt must leave their countries for rejecting the result of 99% votes for dictators through vote rigging.
Those cannot accept GE13 results should leave country: Zahid
PETALING JAYA (May 16, 2013): Those who cannot accept Malaysia’s first-past-the-post system should emigrate to practise their political beliefs elsewhere, newly appointed Home Minister Datuk Seri Zahid Hamidi said today.
In his column in Utusan Malaysia, Zahid said the Pakatan Rakyat’s claims of having won the 13th general election by popular vote were claims based on its interpretation of the list system, or single transferable vote.
“These methods, as interpreted by the Opposition, are only used in countries where the head of state and ruling party are chosen in a proportionate representation electoral system where seats are won based on the number of votes received,” he said.
He added that Malaysia had inherited its first-past-the-post system from the UK.
“Those who do not want to follow it can emigrate elsewhere to practise the list system, or single transferable vote system, used in republican nations.
“If they are truly loyal citizens, they will accept the political and electoral system as enshrined in our Federal Constitution. They also have to admit the truth of defeat in the first-past-the-post system,” he said.
Zahid, who was formerly defence minister, claimed the Opposition had confused young Chinese voters and their followers into blindly donning black in the recent protests over the poll results.
“The people are fed-up with the antics of some of the leaders in PR who have dragged the young Chinese voters into feelings of hate, and have flamed the fires of racial sentiment,” he said.
The 13th general election saw Barisan Nasional winning 133 out of 222 parliamentary seats to form the federal government, but with 48.22% popular vote.
The Opposition garnered 89 seats but had 51.78% of popular vote.
This had led to Opposition leaders disputing the election results and organising a series of rallies to protest the outcome which they claim is unfair.