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JAWAPAN BUKAN LISAN PARLIMEN MESY 1 PENGGAL 2 #52: RASUAH PILIHAN RAYA

Puan Siti Zailah binti Mohd Yusoff [ RANTAU PANJANG ] minta PERDANA MENTERI menyatakan jumlah kes rasuah pilihan raya bermula daripada pilihan raya pertama hingga pilihan raya ke-12 dan berapakah jumlah aduan rasuah pilihan raya yang diterima dan berapakah kes yang didakwa.

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According to an analysis on Manek Urai’s electoral analysis:

* Most of the voters in Kelantan(Manek Urai) (94.2%) do not have NoRumah / house number registered.
* As a result, many are lumped into a locaility (“street” or “kampong” address, ~ Kodlokaliti)
* There is an address with 1,179 voters and another with 1,032 voters lumped together

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The abuses of government resources for party campaign have been common in Malaysian elections-but those involving the army has still been rare. But that does not mean that it cannot happen as alleged below here.
Ong BK

Manek Urai: Army boosting BN’s chances claim
Tarani Palani | Jun 25, 09 7:33pm http://www.malaysiakini.com
Old habits die hard it would seem if the allegation by an opposition leader is to be believed.
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Guru di Manek Urai diseru pilih BN
Jun 23, 09 5:36pm http://www.malaysiakini.com (Malay section)
Seramai 187 guru dan warga pendidik yang layak mengundi pada pilihanraya kecil DUN Manek Urai bulan depan diseru mengundi calon BN bagi memastikan Pelan Induk Pembangunan Pendidikan (PIPP) berjaya dilaksanakan.

Timbalan Menteri Pelajaran, Datuk Dr Mohd Puad Zarkashi berkata walaupun pemilihan calon merupakan hak seseorang individu, namun sokongan terhadap kerajaan akan memastikan PIPP dapat dilaksanakan demi faedah generasi masa depan.

“Kita berharap para guru dapat membantu menjayakan agenda pendidikan negara ini,” katanya seperti dilaporkan Bernama.
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The pivotal elections in Malaysia may well be the Sarawak state elections which are due by May 2011, but more likely to fall at end of 2010. The results may herald whether the Pakatan has started to make inroads into this `safe deposit’ of BN or that BN can still hold on to their strong hold. For that reason the BN Chair Najib reportedly asked the state parties to start preparing for the state elections when he visited them recently. The fact that Sarawak holds the balance of power in Malaysian parliament is not difficult to see: they hold 31 out of the total 222 total Parliament seats-with all, except 1 seat, held by BN. So even though Pakatan can still win more seats in the coming GE in Penisular their hope to win Federal power will be dashed if they can’t make any break through in Sarawak and also Sabah(with 25 parliament seats), the 2 East Malaysian states. BN won 140 seats over Pakatan’s 82 in last General Elections in 2008, giving BN the lowest ever majority of 58 seats. A change of 30 seats may see Federal power change hand. In West Malaysia BN’s 86 seats is almost evenly matched with Pakatan’s 82. It is commonly understood that not much room for progress for Pakatan can be expected in West Malaysia in coming General Elections.
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The EC/SPR want to clamp down on campaigning on polling day, which is a commendable policy; however it is allowing a loophole to appear ie to allow the party to ferry voters in color-coded vehicles which leave no doubt as to which party is sponsoring the vehicles. What would the drivers do to the voters on the way to the polling centres other than last minutes campaigning? There were stories of voters being misdirected to wrong voting centres when the drivers sensed that the voters are not voting the way the party like them to…

Ong BK
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From the previous experience of observing election in Kelantan it is obvious that both sides -if it involves UMNO and PAS, would not hesitate to abuse the public/government resources for their party campaign. usually the PAS side would argue that if they don’t utilise state and local government resources-that include using Council vehicles and personnel, they would not be able to match the resources of UMNO who largely are from abusing the federal government resources-which include making instant projects, allocations etc. Of course it does not matter who started first -both are wrong. Now: how to stop these abuses?

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