In May 10th, according to the Sabah daily (DailySabah) news of malesi (DailySabah), the Malaysia parliamentary election ended, and official votes showed that the hope alliance, led by former Prime Minister Mahaddie (Mahathir), had achieved 112 seats in a simple majority of parliamentary seats, enough to raise the government and win the general election and end the ruling National Front. 60 years of governance. The National Front led by Premier Naguib only received 76 seats. Mahaddie announced at 11:10 on Wednesday night that, according to unofficial statistics, it was hoped that the alliance had captured 6 state regimes, including Penang, Selangor, Kedah, Negeri Sembilan, Johore and Malacca. He said he was very confident that the coalition would be able to gain power by a simple majority of the seats in Parliament. He criticized the Election Commission for not carrying out its work properly, refusing to sign the ballot form 14, so that official voting results could not be released. Nearly 15 million of the registered voters in the country voted for 222 seats in the house of Commons and 505 seats in the state legislature, and at least 112 seats in the house of Commons would be able to organize the government. Naguib successfully retained the seats, but several heavyweight candidates from the National Front collapsed. It is hoped that the supporters of the alliance will be happy. (picture: The Associated Press) In April 28th, the fourteenth Malaysia general election ushered in the nomination day. Malaysias current Prime Minister Naguib and former Prime Minister Mahaddie have nominated their respective constituencies respectively. The game between the two generations of leaders is still not clear at the last minute. It has become Malaysias most stalemate election since independence. National League and Naguib played the first hand economic card. For the ruling coalition, Malaysias recent economic performance is still an important magnet to attract votes, and many voters regard the economy as the direction of voting. For the opposition coalition, they think Mahaddies name is a trump card. Mahaddie, born in December 1925, was the oldest candidate in the general election, and 22 years as prime minister from 1981 to 2003, the longest serving prime minister in Malaysia. During his stay as prime minister, he devoted himself to developing economic and national modernization and still received many respect from Malaysia people. The Greek supporters poured into the street to celebrate. (picture: The Associated Press) The election of the Fourteenth National General Election in Malaysia is unpredictable. China and the new network May 9, according to the Singapore Lianhe Zaobao reported that the 9 day is the Fourteenth National Election in Malaysia on the polling day, nearly 14 million 500 thousand eligible voters will follow the vote. Polling stations around the country opened at 8 a.m. local time and closed at 5 pm 5. The report said it was the most unpredictable event in Malaysias general elections. Many states are expected to have subtle changes in the general election, especially in Kedah and Kelantan, the majority of the Malay voters, and the election of the state is very intense.