Eight months after being ousted as menteri besar of Perak, Mohd Nizar Jamaluddin still clings to hope that a snap election will be held soon to end the protracted political crisis in the state.
He said it is absolutely crucial for voters to be allowed to go back to the ballot box because of the economic and constitutional havoc the crisis has wreaked.
nizar interview parliament 261009″There is no other remedy. Investors are putting on the brakes. Life may seem quite normal, but internally, there are financial constraints and economic activities are being hampered,” Nizar told Malaysiakini.
Ousted MB again calls for snap polls in Perak