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Published: Thursday May 6, 2010 MYT 3:28:00 PM
Updated: Thursday May 6, 2010 MYT 3:33:38 PM

Mafrel to observe Sibu poll against EC’s wishes

By IZATUN SHARI(Staronline)

KUALA LUMPUR: The Malaysians for Free and Fair Elections (Mafrel) will go ahead and observe the coming Sibu by-election process despite the Election Commission’s decision to drop it as an independent observer for elections.

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Official results from Election Commission

BN – 24,997
PKR – 23,272
Majority -1,725
Spoilt votes – 731

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MAFREL NEEDS VOLUNTEERS FOR HULU SELANGOR BYELECTION

THOSE INTERESTED TO BE VOLUNTEERS AS OBSERVERS PLEASE WRITE TO US INDICATING YOUR INTEREST.
YOU MUST BE MALAYSIAN CITIZENS ABOVE 21.
AS COMMUNICATION IS VERY IMPORTANT YOU MUST HAVE AN EMAIL ADDRESS AND A H/P
AS VOLUNTEERS IN HULU SELANGOR, IT IS PREFERABLE TO HAVE YOU STAYING CLOSE TO THE LOCATION, OTHERWISE YOU SHOULD BE PREPARED TO BE AVAILABLE IN THE AREA ON POOLING DAY.
A TRAINING SESSION SHALL BE HELD FOR ALL VOLUNTEERS.

please go to mymyfrel for more details.


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Operation CenterOperation Center 2

Operation Centre:
32 Jalan 2/5
Taman Intan Perdana
Port Dickson
(behind Politeknik Port Dickson)

AccommodationAccommodation 3

Accommodation:
680 Jalan Sri Kenanga 2
Taman Bukit
Chedang, Seremban



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MAFREL would like to thank those who have responded to our call for volunteers for the Bagan Pinang by-election. The response from new volunteers has been most encouraging and MAFREL Secretariat has made the selection for the 16 volunteers to be placed at the 8 Polling Centres during Polling day. Those who have not been selected can still perform an important role as roving or mobile observers. Those who have been selected will be required to be present at the MAFREL Markas in Port Dickson on Saturday 10th. October at 10.30 a.m. for final briefing. The address of the Markas is No. 32, Jalan 2/5 Taman Intan Perdana, Teluk Kemang Port Dickson (Behind Politeknik Port Dickson).

For more information contact:

Kol (B) Shaharuddin Othman – Mission Coordinator (019 2344366)

Kapt (B) Maizon Ayob – Mission Leader (012 2345844)

Arphan Ahmad – MAFREL HQ (012 2731016)

MAFREL would also like to thank Bloggers Bernard Khoo and Haris Ibrahim for having posted MAFREL Northren Zone’s original message calling for volunteers on their Blogs, Zorro Unmasked and People’s Parliament, respectively.

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isaBpinangPORT DICKSON, Sept 29 – Umno’s central leadership bowed to pressure from the Negeri Sembilan party grassroots and picked Tan Sri Mohd Isa Abdul Samad as the Barisan Nasional (BN) candidate for the Bagan Pinang by-election.

The by-election is expected to end Pakatan Rakyat’s (PR) winning streak in all by-elections in the peninsula since the last general election.

The announcement was made at the BN main operation centre near here and was attended by some 10,000 party loyalists.

The by-election is expected to end Pakatan Rakyat’s (PR) winning streak in all by-elections in the peninsula since the last general election.

The announcement was made at the BN main operation centre near here and was attended by some 10,000 party loyalists.

BN election director Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin described Isa, who was the Negri Sembilan mentri besar for 22 years until 2004, as a grassroots leader who has worked hard for the party.

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PORT DICKSON, Sept 29 – PAS today named its Negri Sembilan chief Zulkefli Omar as the candidate for the Bagan Pinang by-election.

Tha announcement was made at a public rally in the Chinese-dominated Batu 9 town near here by PAS president Datuk Seri Abdul Hadi Awang.

“The candidate represents all Malaysians and the people of Bagan Pinang,” Hadi told the multi-racial crowd.

Zulkefli, 45, a communication graduate had contested and lost three times before.

During the last year’s general election he lost Lenggeng state seat in Kuala Pilah by some 1,000 votes.

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