Today, 10.92 million registered voters will cast their ballot in the 12th Malaysian General Election. The one word that both sides are shouting is 'Change' and we, the citizens, agree. However, the more discerning voter has the ominous task of keeping the ruling party in power or vote the opposition. Like most elections around the world, cracks in the system are exposed and many want us to believe that those in power are letting slip their responsibilities to the nation. We have a Prime Minister and ruling party, Barisan National, that is weak and corrupt, so they say. How is it different on the other side of the fence?
I marked my X earlier today. I'm not a staunch BN supporter neither am I in favour of the opposition. It was tough making my decision. But for the future of my country, I cast my vote. The least I hope, I see some change for the coming generation.
Today, Kuala Lumpur Daily Photo celebrates 2 years of exploring, laughing and meeting new friends. Nathalie, Keropok, Ming, Zannnie, Pod, Raymond (and you too Sally!). You guys have made this online community real and human for me. Thank you. Let's share many more coffees and slices of cake. To Lisi, Lynn, Glenn, Kate, Strangetastes, Kris, thanks for the pictures and postcards. To every one of you, thank you for your visits.
It looks like KLDP will be going into another fab year.
Have a great weekend everyone.