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We Can’t Make This Up – Funny S*** Said In Parliament This Week

We Can’t Make This Up – Funny S*** Said In Parliament This Week

What was said in Parliament this week? We zoomed in on two that will put a smile on your face.

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The Parliament is in session and many things were said this week, many of it important stuff but there were also things that were too funny that they have to be highlighted and recorded for posterity.

First, we had this PAS parliamentarian who landed himself a three-day suspension order.

Che Zulkifli Jusoh (PN-Besut) apparently had difficulty comprehending the word “duduk” (sit). While he eventually understood and sat down, by then Deputy Speaker Datuk Ramli Mohd Nor had had enough and ordered for the bailiff to escort the MP out.

Now this wasn’t the funny s***. Take note the ejection took place on a Wednesday (29 March). When the Deputy Speaker told Che Zulkifly he was suspended for three days, the latter asked when does the suspension start, to which the former replied “Today”.

Possibly counting off the days in his head, a hopeful Che Zulkifly then asked, “Sabtu masuk?” which roughly translates to “I return on Saturday?”

We can only assume what he meant was that by his calculation, the suspension would end on Friday and he can return to Parliament on Saturday.

Why is this funny? PARLIAMENT DOES NOT SIT ON SATURDAYS! Heck, we don’t work on Saturdays.

Moving on to the next funny s*** actually uttered in the Dewan Rakyat this week.

Langkawi MP Datuk Mohd Suhaimi Abdullah, also from PN (Perikatan Nasional), asked about the security in the Dewan Rakyat.

Does our Dewan have the security that prevents (others) from spying and eavesdropping on what we talk about in this Dewan?

Langkawi MP, Datuk Mohd Suhaimi Abdullah

Remember all those confused memes? Well insert one right about here.

The entire sitting of the Dewan Rakyat is aired live on various media platforms. Every Malaysian is able to watch the politician they voted for in action. Not only that, if a fisherman in Nunavut gets bored while waiting for a fish to bite, he too can open YouTube and watch our Parliament in session. No hacking, or spying necessary.

DAP’s Kampar MP Chong Zhemin, possibly representing the rest of us out here who can only express our frustrations using memes, interrupted Mohd Suhami telling him to stop talking nonsense.

This is live. The whole world can see us.

Kampar MP, Chong Zhemin

Yes, Langkawi, that’s the beauty of the Internet. In some cases many things are readily available. No James Bond needed.

Watch the full video here.

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