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PKR in solidarity with detained M’sians in S’pore

Posted: 22 May 2013 05:10 PM PDT


PKR is to submit a memorandum to the Singapore High Commission in Kuala Lumpur to express solidarity with 21 Malaysians who have been detained for taking part in a rally in protest at the general election outcome on May 5.

NONEAccording to a statement today, PKR vice-presidents Nurul Izzah Anwar and Chua Jui Meng will hand over the memorandum tomorrow morning.

The Straits Times had reported on May 15 that Singapore would revoke passes issued to Malaysians involved in the 'illegal rally' held on May 8 and 11 at Merlion Park.

Two of those involved have already had their visitor pass cancelled, while working visas for 18 more Malaysians will be reviewed on completion of investigations.

Quoting a police statement, the Singapore daily also reported that, following the arrest of the 21 individuals, the police had also issued warnings to their respective employers.

The eight men and 13 women aged between 21 to 40 have been released on bail. The nature of their jobs is not known.

Protest in London

In London, a group of Malaysian expats held a similar protest on May 19, based on video footage that has surfaced on YouTube.

NONEThis shows a group of about 200 chanting slogans such as "BN stole the elections, the people shall descend upon the streets", "Jom Ubah", and "Reject corruption".

The group reportedly started their protest at Whitehall where many important UK government buildings are located – including the cabinet office – before marching on to continue their protest at Trafalgar Square.

Utusan Malaysia quoted a blog dubbed 'Blog MIK' as saying that the group had marched from the Malaysian High Commission in London, before moving toward the Houses of Parliament near Whitehall and then on to Trafalgar Square.


NONEClaiming that it was an illegal rally and a disgrace to Malaysia, Utusan quoted the blogger as saying: 'What is the appropriate punishment for them? Revoke their citizenship and don't let them come back.'

'May the High Commission of Malaysia identify the individuals involved and check. Perhaps they already have permanent resident status there, and thus their citizenship would be dropped immediately.'

Malaysia’s election system drawn to sustain BN’s dominance, don tells forum

Posted: 22 May 2013 05:04 PM PDT

The Malaysian Insider

Barisan Nasional's (BN) rule will continue as long as Malaysia uses the first-past-the-post voting system despite redelineation, academic Amer Saifude told a forum here last night.

The Universiti Malaya Centre for Democracy and Elections (Umcedel) deputy director said the expected redelineation of constituencies by year-end would benefit Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak's coalition and even better its Election 2013 performance.

"As long as we practice this first-past-the-post system, it will be advantageous to BN," Amer told a forum on the 13th general election outcome.

 "History has shown that every time there is a re-demarcation process, BN would perform better," he added.

Despite winning only 47 per cent of the popular vote in the May 5 elections, Najib saw his coalition keeping the government with a simple majority, bagging 133 federal seats against Pakatan Rakyat's (PR) 89.

Amer pointed out that Najib was the first BN chief to score a weaker mandate in his maiden bid for power, a reflection of the faulty fundamentals of the first-past-the-post system.

The Umcedel deputy director said the system's glaring defect could be seen in how BN, bar a few exceptions, had never won the popular vote by more than 60 per cent but yet managed to win a huge number of the seats it contested in.

He also highlighted how several constituencies nationwide had been gerrymandered without reasonable justifications.

"Sometimes you see the re-demarcation is illogical and unfair… the redelineation process is often made to serve the interest of certain parties," he said.

Amer, however, noted that any move to redraw the constituencies must first have the consent of at least half of the members of the Dewan Rakyat.

PR federal lawmakers have signalled their intention to make full use of their increased parliamentary numbers to ensure constituencies are fairly redrawn when the Election Commission (EC) kicks off the redelineation exercise this year-end.

PKR's Pandan MP Rafizi Ramli has said that if the exercise involves an increase in seat numbers, a two-thirds majority vote is needed to approve the changes before they are passed by the lower House.

The allegedly unfair dispersal of voters in constituencies has been used as a major argument point by PR lawmakers to back accusations that gerrymandering in favour of BN has helped the ruling pact stay in power.

In a recent article for news portal, Institute for Democracy and Economic Affairs (IDEAS) chief executive Wan Saiful Wan Jan had pointed out that the existing delineation of constituencies defies logic in terms of size and the number of voters.

The issue has also earned the attention of the foreign media, with the Wall Street Journal, in a comment written by its Hong Kong-based journalist Philip Bowring, pointed to how PR had lost the election despite winning 51 per cent of the popular vote ? an outcome that opposition lawmakers and civil society groups have blamed on gerrymandering.

Speaking to The Malaysian Insider, the DAP's publicity secretary Tony Pua said with the polls now over and efforts under way to challenge some of the results through election petitions, the next step for PR would be to focus on the coming redelineation exercise as well as campaigning for a proportional representation system.

BLACK 505 Peringkat Negeri Terengganu

Posted: 22 May 2013 01:56 PM PDT

KHAMIS 23 MEI 2013 Jam 8.30 – 12.00 malam

Lokasi: Pasaraya Mydin, Kuala Ibai, Kuala Terengganu

Dato’ Seri Anwar Ibrahim, Tuan Guru Hadi Awang, Lim Guan Eng Dan Pimpinan Tertinggi Pakatan Rakyat Pusat & Negeri Akan Bersama

Pakatan menang dua pertiga di kerusi campuran pada PRU13, dedah kajian

Posted: 22 May 2013 05:30 AM PDT

The Malaysian Insider



Pakatan Rakyat (PR) memenangi 59 kerusi campuran di Parlimen pada pilihan raya umum ke-13 (PRU13) iaitu hampir dua kali ganda daripada 30 kemenangan di kerusi majoriti Cina, menurut kajian terbaru yang sekaligus menolak dakwaan “Tsunami Cina” oleh Barisan Nasional (BN) sebagai punca kekalahan.

Badan pengkaji atas talian bebas tersebut berkata parti pemerintah BN memenangi banyak undi di kawasan luar bandar manakala PR meningkatkan sokongan di kawasan bandar dan separa bandar di negara yang sedang mengejar status negara maju 2020.

“BN mewakili majoriti luar bandar dan dapat mengekalkan kuasa dengan luar bandar dan kerusi separa bandar sahaja. Pilihan raya kali ini menunjukkan PR lemah di luar bandar yang terdiri daripada kerusi majoriti Bumiputera Sabah dan Sarawak,” kata laporan itu, yang boleh didapati dalam blog rasmi PoliTweet.

Menurut PoliTweet, 108 daripada 133 kerusi (81 peratus) dimenangi BN adalah di kerusi luar bandar, manakala PR memenangi kerusi bandar atau separa bandar hampir dengan peratusan sama (72 daripada 89 kerusi).

PR memenangi semua 16 kerusi bandar majoriti Cina, 12 kerusi bandar Melayu dan 12 kerusi bandar campuran, memberikan mereka 40 daripada jumlah keseluruhan 43 kerusi bandar (93 peratus). Sebagai perbandingan, BN hanya memenangi 4 kerusi bandar Melayu dan 1 kerusi bandar campuran.

Daripada 54 kerusi separa bandar, PR memenangi 34 daripadanya (63 peratus). BN menang baki daripada kerusi separa bandar dengan kawasan separa bandar Melayu adalah sebahagian besarnya 12 kerusi tersebut.]

PoliTweet juga menunjukkan PR memenangi lebih banyak kerusi bandar dan separa bandar majoriti Melayu berbanding BN, ia menunjukkan kerusi majoriti Melayu bukan lagi jaminan kemenangan untuk BN.

Dalam kajiannya, PoliTweet mengkategorikan kerusi kepada tiga kategori yang tidak mengikut klasifikasi oleh Suruhanjaya Pilihan Raya (SPR), tetapi lebih berdasarkan imej satelit peta Google dan peta SPR.

PoliTweet menggariskan kawasan “pendalaman” terdiri daripada kampung, bandar kecil atau tanah ladang dan kelihatan lebih besar secaara fizikal dengan populasi yang kecil. Kawasan “bandar” pula terdiri daripada bandar yang diliputi dengan betuk pembangunan bandar. Kawasan “separa bandar” adalah gabungan kedua-duanya sekali.

Dibawha tiga kategori itu, PoliTweet membahagikan 125 kerusi sebagai luar bandar, 54 separa bandar dan 43 adalah bandar.

Kawasan bandar terdiri sedikit melebihi daripada setengah kerusi majoriti Cina, tetapi kerusi majoriti Melayu masih lagi didominasi di luar bandar. Walaubagaimanapun terdapat lebih banyak kerusi separa bandar yang majoritinya adalah Melayu berbanding majoriti Cina dan kawasan campuran dicampur-aduk sekali.

Firma kajian itu juga menekankan kebarangkalian rendah BN untuk memenangi semula kerusi bandar, memandangkan BN hanya memperoleh 47 peratus undi popular di kerusi separa bandar dan 36 peratus di kerusi bandar, berbanding 57 peratus yang diperolehnya di kerusi luar bandar.

Dalam Banci Penduduk dan Perumahan Malaysia terkini pada tahun 2010 menunjukkan populasi di bandar Malaysia berlaku peningkatan mendadak sejak tahun 1960-an, dengan 71 peratus daripada rakyat Malaysia tinggal di kawasan bandar. Bank Dunia bagaimanapun meletakkan jumlah sedikit lebih tinggi sedikit pada 72 peratus.

Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur dan Putrajaya kedua-duanya telah mencapai 100 peratus status kemajuan, manakala Selangor dan Pulau Pinang – kedua-dua kini diperintah oleh PR – merupakan yang tertinggi selepas kedua-dua bandar utama itu adalah dengan lebih 90 peratus status kemajuan.

Kebetulan, Selangor adalah negeri yang paling ramai penduduk dengan 5.46 juta orang, dan seiring dengan Putrajaya, mempunyai kadar pertumbuhan tertinggi di Malaysia disebabkan oleh penghijrahan dan peluang pekerjaan.

Dalam forum yang dianjurkan oleh Pusat Demokrasi dan Pilihan Raya Universiti Malaya (UMCEDEL) minggu lepas, pemerhati bebas pilihan raya Merdeka Centre mendapati pengundi jelas berpecah antara kelas-kelas yang berbeza, dengan kelas bekerja dan berpendapatan rendah kebanyakannya mengundi BN, dan kelas pertengahan dan atasan memilih PR.

Pengarah Merdeka Centre Ibrahim Suffian menekankan perbezaan antara kaum mencadangkan pengundi tidak berpecah mengikut kaum tetapi lebih kepada ideologi yang berbeza yang dikemukakan oleh kedua-dua BN dan PR.

Umno semakin jadi ‘Parti Kampong’?

Posted: 22 May 2013 12:49 AM PDT

The Malaysian Insider

Salah satu hakikat yang terserlah dalam PRU ke-13 lalu ialah Umno-BN (UBN) semakin jelas telah menjadi "Parti Kampong". Penulisan ringkas ini bercadang untuk menguatkan hujjah kepada tesis dan penemuan ini.

Penulisan saya dengan tajuk "Najib semakin seksa selepas menang" ingin dipanjangkan di sini. Sesungguhnya tajuk ini boleh sahaja dijadikan antara buku yang boleh diterbitkan pasca PRU ke-13 ini oleh penulis-penulis tempatan.

Setelak debu peperangan mendap dan euporia "kemenangan" mula pudar, Najib terpaksa berdepan dengan beberapa hakikat yang sangat menggugah dan menyeksa jiwanya.

 Persetankan "kata-kata nista" pembangkang tentang Kabinet XXL yang baru dilantiknya. Pelbagai kritikan termasuk kelompok pengamal serta pensyarah-profesor undang-undang yang mempertikaikan kesahihan kaedah melantik menteri dari kelompok senator yang belum lagi mengangkat sumpah sebagai senator.

Persetankan apa jua cemohan rakyat tentang "tusnami Cina" ciptaan Najib sekaligus menampakkan dendam kesumatnya terhadap etnik ini serentak menajamkan lagi garis perkauman. Persetankan gagasan "Blackout 505" yang cuba diketengahkan bagi membangkitkan kesedaran rakyat tentang pilihanraya sarat penipuan.

Persetankan "Tribunal Rakyat" cadangan BERSIH dan masyarakat sivil. Persetankan panggilan "Kerajaan Minoriti" walaupun jelas dengan ukuran "undi popular" di semenanjung dan seluruh negara.

Namun seperkara yang tidak boleh dipersetankan Najib dan pimpinan UBN ialah hakikat bahawa parti dan barisan yang dipimpinnya sedang mengalami hari-hari kepupusannya (demise) dalam persaingan sengit "Politik Baru". Najib UBN bukan sahaja masih hidup dalam penafian bahkan cuba menongkah arus menentang kemaraan "Politik Baru" ini.

Justeru fakta-fakta keputusan PRUke-13 mula menyelak dan memaparkan hakikat sebenarnya bahawa Najib dan UBN telah menang kerana diselamatkan oleh undi-undi Borneo yang tidak sempat di"jangkiti" "tsunami semenanjung".

Itu pun tak boleh selesa sangat sebab Sarawak catat peningkatan undi buat pembangkang sebanyak 8.9 peratus, kedua tertinggi selepas negeri Johor. UBN juga mengalami kemorosotan undi di 18 kerusi parlimen dari 31 kerusi parlimen di negeri itu. Dalam 8 kerusi etnik Dayak, BN mengalami 10  peratus kemorosotan undi dan Pakatan hampir merampas 2 kerusi Dayak yakni P205 Saratok and P220 Baram.

Pun begitu halnya di Sabah. BN mengalami kemorosotan undi di 19 dari 26 kerusi parlimen Sabah. Dalam 7 kerusi majoriti bumiputera yang dimenangi BN, kesemua mengalami kemorosotan undi sebanyak 10 peratus. Sangat menyeksa.

Kembali kepada tesis bahawa Umno-BN telah menjadi "parti kampong" atau parti yang hanya kuat di kampong-kampong tradisi Melayu, fakta-fakta berikut adalah sangat memalukan dan mengaibkan Najib.

Pakatan terus mengungguli dominasinya di Wilayah Persekutuan dengan memenangi 9 daripada 13 kerusi yang dipertandingkan. Pertandingan di Lambah Pantai menyerlahkan segala-gala naratif dan pengkisahan tentang percubaan UBN untuk menawan Kuala Lumpur! Kesemua ibu negeri kecuali Kangar dan Johor Bahru, terus dikuasai Pakatan Rakyat. Ini termasuk Alor Star, Kota Bharu,  Kuala Terengganu, Tanjong, Ipoh, Kuantan, Shah Alam, Seremban, Kota Melaka, Kota Kinabalu dan Kuching.

Bagi kerusi Parlimen Selangor, Pakatan Rakyat Berjaya mengekalkan dominasi kawasan Bandar dan pinggir Bandar seperti Petaling Jaya, Ampang, Serdang, Puchong, Kelana Jaya, Gombak, Subang, Shah Alam, Kapar, Klang dan Kota Raja.

BN, sejajar dengan tesis yang dimajukan, hanya mampu menaguasai "anjung utara" yang merupakan "Malay Belt" – Sabak Bernam, Sungai Besar, Tanjung Karang, Hulu Selangor dan kali ini berjaya merampas kembali kerusi Kuala Selangor yang telah berubah demografi pengundi menjadi 65 peratus-35 peratus (Melayu-65 peratus, 23 peratus-India, 12 peratus-Cina) berbanding 60-40 pada 2008 dengan N12 Jeram mencapai 80 peratus20 peratus: Melayu-Bukan Melayu.

Di Negeri Sembilan juga turut menyerlahkan fenomena ini, di mana UB unggul di kawasan luar Bandar seperti Jelebu, Jempol, Kuala Pilah, Rembau dan Tampin sementara Pakatan kekal di kawasan Seremban dan Rasah.

Penulis cenderung untuk meringkaskan dan memudahkan fenomena PRU ke-13 ini sebagai menyerlahkan trend atau pola rakyat-pengundi yang terbelah kepada dua kelompok besar:

i.  pengundi kawasan luar bandar yang tidak dapat capaian internet dan masih tegar dengan keperluan "pembangunan" dan

ii. Pengundi bandar dan pinggir bandar yang sangat terdedah kepada media baru-alternatif berbanding sogokan media UBN dan cenderung untuk menyokong agenda "penambahbaik demokrasi dan kesejahteraan rakyat".

Menyonsong masa depan dalam laluan pembangunan politik negara, ternyata bahawa Pakatan Rakyat lebih bersedia untuk mengisi harapan pengundi dalam kelompok kedua yakni pengundi yang mahukan penambahbaikan Negara dalam apa yang disebutkan kini sebagai penghayatan dan dinamika "Politik Baru".

Amat nyata pula, penulis mendapati bahawa UBN amat meminati kelompok pertama golongan luar Bandar dan juga begitu sebaliknya mereka "diminati" golongan luar Bandar ini yang telah di"bela" dengan "sogokan pembangunan" yang sebenar-benarnya "tidak membangunkan minda dan jiwa mereka" bahkan tidak juga bangunkan pendapatan sebenar (real wage) mereka.

Generasi muda yang telah meninggalkan kampong sebenarnya telah meninggalkan legasi Politik Lama yang sarat dengan Politik Menakut-nakutkan Rakyat dan Politik "Patronage" yakni ketua-ketua yang mesti "disantuni" untuk mendapat tandatangan anak-anak kampong untuk mendapat biasiswa kerajaan UBN dsbnya.

Tegasnya Umno-BN akan cuba kekal dominasi luar bandanya sekaligus menjadi "parti kampong" untuk kekal berkuasa sementara Pakatan mesti menorobos kampong dan luarbandar untuk berjaya menawan Putrajaya dalamPRU ke-14.

Peralihan demografi kearah dominasi generasi muda dalam tahun-tahun mendatang akan memberi kelebihan kepada Pakatan Rakyat sementara mendayakan "Politik Baru" dan "Politik Pencerahan" adalah formula kemenangan yang tepat dan wajar.

UBN tampaknya mungkin sahaja mahu kekal "parti kampong" yang meneruskan amalan dan legasi Politik Lama yang sarat dengan amalan politik perkauman, politik agama yang sempit dan konfrantasi, politik "Paronage-Perlindungan"penguasa politik dan orang-orang besar yang berpengaruh bermula dari JKKP sehingga keperingkat tertinggi parti. Malang!

As thousands rally in Kedah, Mahfuz warns BN against needless spats

Posted: 21 May 2013 08:07 PM PDT

The Malaysian Insider

Thousands attended the "Black 505" rally here last night, where Kedah PAS chief Datuk Mahfuz Omar warned Barisan Nasional (BN) leaders against sparking conflict as the majority was with Pakatan Rakyat (PR).

Estimating that a crowd of 50,000 had gathered outside the state PAS headquarters, Mahfuz criticised newly-minted Home Minister Datuk Seri Ahmad Zahid Hamidi and Kedah Chief Minister Datuk Mukhriz Mahathir for warning against the rally.

"I would advise Zahid to accept that the majority of the people are with the Pakatan Rakyat and don't start a war with the people. Be rational," the PAS vice-president and Pokok Sena MP was quoted as saying in media reports.

"As for Mukhriz, I would ask him to open up a bit as he is still a young man. He should not behave like the Umno leaders of the past who adopted a confrontational approach with the people," Mahfuz added.

The state PAS commissioner also reminded Mukhriz's BN government that the previous PAS administration had allowed Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak the use of the state stadium for a rally last January.

Mukhriz, the youngest son of Malaysia's longest-serving prime minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad, had refused PAS permission to hold the "Black 505" rally in the stadium last night.

The mainly Malay crowd turned up from 6.30pm for the PR rally against alleged electoral fraud and irregularities, initiated by opposition leader Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim.

"This is an extraordinary crowd and it proves people like (MCA president) Chua Soi Lek wrong. Soi Lek says only the Chinese attend the 'Black 505' rallies but what we saw tonight were the Malays in full force," Sungei Petani MP Johari Abdul told reporters after the rally.

He was among the speakers that included Anwar, PAS deputy president Mohamed Sabu, PAS vice president Datuk Salahuddin Ayub, PKR vice presidents Chua Tian Chang and N. Surendran

Umno-owned newspaper Utusan Malaysia had reported that crowds attending the six earlier "Black 505" rallies were mainly Chinese youths, taking the cue from BN leaders who complained a "Chinese tsunami" cost them votes in Election 2013.

Previous "Black 505" rallies were held in Selangor, Penang, Perak Johor, Negri Sembilan and Pahang, where thousands defied police warnings to pack stadiums and public spaces.

Taking to the stage last night, Anwar accused BN of vote-rigging and cheating as the crowd roared with cheers. He also gave fresh examples of the Election Commission's (EC) alleged connivance in "making fools of the voters".

The PKR de facto leader also told EC staff to "stand up" and speak out against the alleged polls fraud in the elections where BN won 133 federal seats against PR's 89 seats. PR is disputing the results of 29 seats.

In Election 2008, BN won 140 federal seats to lose its two-thirds super-majority while PR took 82 seats.

Pakatan MPs to use parliamentary strength to block unfair redelineation

Posted: 21 May 2013 08:02 PM PDT

The Malaysian Insider

Pakatan Rakyat (PR) federal lawmakers have vowed to make full use of their increased parliamentary numbers to ensure constituencies are fairly redrawn when the Election Commission (EC) kicks off the redelineation exercise this year-end.

PKR's Pandan MP Rafizi Ramli reminded that if the exercise involves an increase in seat numbers, a two-thirds majority vote is needed to approve the changes before they are passed by the lower House.

The ruling Barisan Nasional (BN) does not have required two-thirds majority in Parliament, with only 133 seats to PR's 89 seats, and will require votes from opposition lawmakers to approve the exercise.

"But if they (EC) do not add constituencies and the process only includes redrawing boundaries, this could be dangerous as this allows gerrymandering and there is no need for a two-third vote.

"In the past, they (BN) score big in the elections because the redelineation exercise is often in [their] favour … they disperse our support to other seats," Rafizi told The Malaysian Insider.

But the PKR strategy director said it was likely that, this time, redelineation would include an increase in seat numbers.

He said that in tandem with the DAP's "one vote, one value" campaign push, PR lawmakers will fight hard to use their parliamentary powers to ensure voters are more fairly distributed unlike the present situation.

The allegedly unfair dispersal of voters in constituencies here has been used as a major argument point by PR lawmakers to back accusations that gerrymandering in favour of BN has helped the ruling pact stay in power.

In a recent article on news portal, Institute for Democracy and Economic Affairs (IDEAS) chief executive Wan Saiful Wan Jan had pointed out that the existing delineation of constituencies defies logic in terms of size and the number of voters.

"Putrajaya has 15,791 voters compared with Kapar, which has 144,159 voters. It doesn't make sense."

"And then you have a state seat like Sri Serdang with 72,769 voters which is higher than the Putrajaya parliamentary seat," he was quoted saying.

This has also earned the attention of the foreign media.

In the Wall Street Journal yesterday, Hong Kong journalist Philip Bowring commented on how PR had lost the election despite winning 51 per cent of the popular vote ? an outcome that opposition lawmakers and civil society groups have blamed on unfair gerrymandering.

"Thanks to an extreme anti-urban bias and the abolition of rules governing the relative size of constituencies, the largest constituency has nine times more voters than the smallest.

"On that basis, and taking account of the number of closely fought seats, the opposition would probably have to win at least 58 per cent of the popular vote to get a majority of seats," Bowring wrote.

Speaking to The Malaysian Insider, DAP's publicity secretary Tony Pua said with the polls now over and efforts underway to challenge some of the results through election petitions, the next step for PR would be to focus on the coming redelineation exercise.

The EC recently said that the exercise will be kicked off by year-end after the six-month process to hear election petitions are completed. The petitions must be filed within 21 days after the results of the election are gazetted.

The Federal Constitution prohibits a redelineation exercise from being conducted within eight years of the last. The EC last redrew constituency lines in 2003.

"The focus will be on one man, one vote, one value, apart from pushing other related reforms. What we want is a more level playing field in the next general election.

"And this means that we should not be seeing a coalition winning the popular vote but losing the parliamentary seat count by a mile," Pua said.

"Given that BN does not have two-thirds majority in Parliament, the exercise must be agreeable to both sides," he added.

DAP's Rasah MP Anthony Loke agreed with his party colleague, saying it was important that PR makes full use of its influence in Parliament and put up a fight if they are disagreeable to the EC's redelineation proposal.

"We have more than one-third of our MPs in Parliament. We are a strong enough force to ensure that redelineation is done properly and professionally.

"The weightage of votes cannot be as ridiculous as it is today," he said.

PAS's Shah Alam MP Khalid Samad said there must be a more "reasonable" spread of voters across the constituencies to ensure that every vote has the same value across all constituencies.

"In some cases, you have a parliamentary seat with less than 10,000 voters… and elsewhere, you have seats with over 100,000 voters.

"We will be trying to push for fairer representation across the board," he said.

BN snapped up 133 federal seats to PR's 89 seats in the May 5 polls but for the first time ince 1969, the ruling pact lost the popular vote, scoring just under 48 per cent of the votes cast to PR's 51 per cent.

PR leaders immediately cried foul with its de facto chief Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim insisting that his federal opposition pact had won the election.

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Kos hantar bungkusan ke luar negara naik 400 peratus

Posted: 21 May 2013 06:15 PM PDT

Kos hantar bungkusan ke luar negara naik 400 peratus
21 Mei 2013
Golongan yang bergantung kepada perkhidmatan mel nasional Pos Malaysia Bhd untuk menghantar bungkusan kini perlu menanggung kos pos lebih 400 peratus berbanding sebelum ini.

Pos Malaysia kini menetapkan kadar tetap RM60 untuk setiap bungkusan dengan berat kurang dari 1kg untuk destinasi ke Eropah.

Kadar lama adalah antara RM15 hingga RM20.

Pos Malaysia dalam satu nota yang dimuatkan di laman rasminya menyebut, syarikat itu menstruktur semula tarif mel dan bungkusannya, serta menetapkan semula zon destinasi berkuatkuasa Mei 2013.

- Malaysiakini


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