It is almost 29-27 in Selangor.
Yesterday, the Dewan Ulama PAS voted for the party to end its ties with DAP-lackey, PKR. Today, the Muktamar Pemuda PAS voted for the same.
Tomorrow, the Muktamar PAS will decide if it will continue to work with PKR or not.
This would see the end of the 19-year alliance that started with Mahathir’s ousting of Anwar Ibrahim.
PKR has already called PAS’s bluff. Saifuddin Nasution has already called for PAS Selangor Exco members to quit their posts if the decision to sever ties with PKR is final.
Even with PAS out of the picture, the Selangor Pakatan government holds on to the seat of the government with a simple majority.
Pakatan would be down to the last three parties in Selangor: PKR, DAP and PAN.
But this would mean the true master in Selangor which is DAP, holds the largest number of non-Malay seats in the government. They hold 14 seats while PKR has only 13 of which three are non-Malays. PAN, which lives at the mercy of DAP only has two.
It is very unlikely that PAN would go against DAP’s wishes in Selangor.
It was bad enough during Abdul Khalid Ibrahim’s time when the Malays in Selangor were stronger. DAP was the one calling the shots.
It would be interesting to see how much real power Azmin Ali would have after the Muktamar tomorrow.
Especially when there is already a marked increase in the number of Chinese voters in the Shah Alam Parliamentary constituency.