The opposition candidate won the Kuala Terengganu by-election by a whooping 2631 majority, beating BM's Datuk Wan Ahmad Farid Wan Salleh and Independent Azharuddin Mamat.
The people have voted. The people have chosen. I think if the main election is held now, BM will surely lose. The people in Malaysia wants a change. If BN can't give that change, the people have no choice but to turn to the opposition, PKR. This also shows that the opposition won those 80 seats in the election was not a fluke.
With the addition of another opposition MP to the parliament, out of the 222 parliament seats, the opposition now holds 82 seats, while BN is currently holding 137 seats. The three remaining seats are held by independent MPs.