Some people always asked me to write some entries on politics but to be honest,
I believe that I'm not going to write about it right now.
I'm still been bounded by the laws as a students.
We have Student's Acts which I always keep in my mind.
It doesn't mean that I'm scared etc.
It's just, I don't want to reveal my politics stand.
I just love the equality among people.
Talking about politics,
of course we'll talk about election.
Tomorrow is UTM's campus election.
We do have the Evolusi (Evolution) and Pro-Mahasiswa (Opponent).
Well, the posters-war is everywhere, every inch of the campus I guess.
Even, I got bunch of flyers about those candidates that I must vote tomorrow.
Thanks a lot for it.
I'll make sure that I'll vote tomorrow.
But, something that I always doubt when I voted in the campus,
it's not as the same as I was in matriculation.
I mean, during matriculation time,
those candidates will have their speeches and we gonna listened to their manifestos.
But, since there's no manifesto here (perhaps they don't do it everywhere),
I don't know why I must vote for them.
That's why it come to external factors.
Basically, I'm gonna vote for some candidates that I spotted earlier,
some people who I know etc.
Some factors which lead me to cast my votes are:
*faces - good looking? credibility? confident?*
*Courses - usually gonna vote the candidates from my Faculty*
It'll be easier for Faculty's candidates, but for the Public candidates,
those external factors will contribute more than 50 percents.
Plus, I'll be one of the observer for the votes-counting.
Pretty shocked ya?
But, I found that it'll be interesting to see the the process, and as one of the Anti Corruption's Secretariat committee , I hope that, no bribery involve in the election.
Have a clean election pals!
To all my friends,
go and cast your vote for your favorite candidates.
Choose the best which you think may lead us.
To read more my comment about this matter in my first language,
please click here and here.