- Mengiktiraf kenyataan Anwar Ibrahim syarikat berkaitan kerajaan (GLC) bukan rizab parti
- ‘Rallies will be calm, although some want to go beyond’
- Anwar: Najib hypocritical for refusing to sign peace deal
- PKR produces police report on another blackout
- Laporan Polis Terhadap Penipuan Proses Pilihan Raya Umum ke-13
- Format Laporan Polis Seluruh Negara Terhadap Penipuan Pilihanraya
- FRAUD AGAINST THE NATION: EC chief, deputy chief to be hauled to court – Nurul
Posted: 27 May 2013 08:35 AM PDT
Saya merasa sangat bertuah sebagai salah seorang ahli DAP dalam gabungan Pakatan Rakyat bersama-sama dengan PKR dan PAS kerana ungkapan Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim berkaitan satu usul yang meminta kuota parti dalam pentadbiran syarikat berkaitan kerajaan (GLC), mengabsahkan lagi bahawa Pakatan Rakyat merupakan satu gerakan politik yang benar-benar tulen dan jujur dalam membanteras rasuah dan salahguna kuasa yang menjadi amalan budaya politik sejak sekian lama.
Menurut beliau "Kita jangan kompromi dengan prinsip integiriti pentadbiran yang baik yang kita bicarakan. Kedudukan GLC itu bukan rizab parti". Kenyataan ini wajar diangkat sebagai satu mesej penting bagi semua parti dan ahli politik dalam Pakatan Rakyat.
Prinsip asas seperti integriti dan profesionalisme wajar diberi penekanan dalam semua aspek urus tadbir kerajaan agar perjuangan parti tidak menyimpang dari matlamatnya.
Terlalu banyak bukti kesilapan yang akhirnya membawa kepada skandal salahguna kuasa dan rasuah yang telah berlaku dalam amalan politik Umno-Barisan Nasional (BN).
Jika kita merujuk kepada amalan atau budaya yang dilakukan oleh Umno dan BN selama ini, kita dapat lihat bagaimana kroni-kroni mereka memanipulasi syarikat berkaitan kerajaan hingga menyebabkan syarikat menanggung kerugian besar dan akhirnya semua masalah ini ditanggung oleh rakyat bawahan.
Semua kerugian ini adalah berpunca dari kecuaian pihak pengurusan yang mana ketua-ketua GLC ini adalah lantikan politik atau yang mempunyai kaitan langsung dengan pemimpin elit Umno-BN.
Contoh lain yang kita dapat lihat bagaimana Umno-BN menjalankan kerja-kerja korupnya apabila melantik ketua-ketua kampung dari kalangan ketua-ketua Umno baik diperingkat cawangan mahupun bahagian.
Pada asalnya, niat ini adalah baik.
Tetapi disinilah puncanya berlaku salahguna kuasa dan korupsi.
Mereka-mereka ini diberikan tender dan kontrak secara rundingan terus termasuk dana atau peruntukan untuk membantu orang kampong dalam membangun atau menyelesaikan masalah dikampung.
Namun wang ini telah digunakan untuk tujuan lain termasuk menggunakannya untuk mengugut rakyat yang tidak menyokong mereka.
Akhirnya, niat yang suci telah bertukar menjadi sebaliknya hingga menyebabkan rakyat biasa gagal dibantu.
Justeru, pernyataan Anwar agar ahli politik tidak melibatkan diri secara langsung dalam GLC merupakan satu langkah tepat dan wajar diiktiraf oleh kita semua.
Ia juga selaras dengan dasar kerajaan Selangor dan Pulau Pinang yang selama ini mengamalkan dasar Cekap ,Akauntabel dan Telus (CAT) hingga berjaya membawa kemakmuran ekonomi dan sosial buat rakyatnya.
Inilah intipati yang dimaksudkan dalam slogan "Ubah".
Perubahan dari satu amalan atau sistem lama yang korup kepada satu sistem baru yang lebih cekap, telus dan adil.
Ia bukan slogan kosong sepertimana slogan 1 Malaysia Datuk Seri Najib Razak yang menyalahkan sesuatu kaum apabila tidak mendapat sokongan majoriti dalam PRU 13 yang lalu.
Pengasingan kuasa eksekutif, legislatif dan kehakiman merupakan induk perubahan yang ingin dizahirkan oleh Pakatan Rakyat.
Inilah pendekatan paling berkesan dalam membendung amalan rasuah dan salahguna kuasa.
Posted: 26 May 2013 11:47 PM PDT
PKR de facto leader Anwar Ibrahim noted that he could sense the frustration in the rakyat that they want to go beyond protests, but said he hoped the ongoing rallies to protest electoral fraud would remain peaceful.
“When we announce (at the rally) that we are not going to march, you could see a few thousands left in disappointment.
“You could sense that people want to move beyond these rallies… We pray that things are orderly,” he told a press conference in Petaling Jaya this afternoon.
Despite the police crackdown against rally organisers, Anwar thanked the cops for acting professionally on-site when the ralllies were ongoing.
“They (police) did not provoke like in previous Bersih rallies, so we thank them and hopefully there will be no provocations,” he said, though he suggested the police to focus more on crime-busting.
Posted: 26 May 2013 11:45 PM PDT
PKR de facto leader Anwar Ibrahim has described Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak as hypocritical for criticising him over a peace deal to accept the general election results when the premier himself refused to sign it.
"He did not sign it, in fact before I signed it, Pak Jusuf (former Indonesian vice-president Jusuf Kalla) went to him and he said 'No'.
"There was no contract, Najib said he agreed, that he was a man of honour, but he is a prime minister of no courage to even sign what he had agreed," he told a press conference at the PKR headquarters this afternoon.
The peace deal between Najib and Anwar, brokered by Jusuf (right), touched on election ethics, free and fair election, accepting the results of the general election and reconciliation.
As such, Anwar said Najib should be “the last person” to criticise the former on the deal, especially when he did not honour many deals specified.
“The prime minister is the last person to talk about lying after cheating in the election, having to courage to honour the commitment to ethics and free and fair election…
“It is enough to show how fraudulent the (electoral) process was and it is hypocritical of Najib (to say that I broke the deal),” he said.
‘PM intended to break deal’
Anwar said he had signed the agreement as he had already publicly supported ethical campaigning and free and fair election.
However, he said that accepting the general election results was contingent on the provision of ethics and free and fair election which was not fulfilled by Najib.
“He (Najib) did not sign the agreement as he intended to breach the contract from the beginning.
“He did not follow ethical campaigning and he cheated in the general election,” he said.
Anwar pointed out the demonising of the opposition on the mainstream media during campaign period, denying them access to media, and alleged widespread fraud in the polls.
“You refused to sign the agreement and now you are talking about an agreement you refused to sign,” he said.
Posted: 26 May 2013 11:44 PM PDT
PKR director of strategy Rafizi Ramli today produced another police report to prove an allegation of a blackout happening in a polling centre in Kedah on election day.
Rafizi said that a police report showed that a blackout happened in Sedim, Kedah when counting was taking place – and lasted for 15 minutes.
The area falls under the Kulim Bandar Baru parliamentary seat, and adds on to an alleged bkackout in Sri Serdang on the same day.
The report was lodged by a PKR polling agent who was stationed at a school in Sedim, who said that only the school block suffered from a blackout and not the surrounding areas.
"Election Commission deputy chairperson Wan Ahmad Wan Omar should produce the basis as to how he could ridicule a serious allegation about a discrepancy in running the elections," Rafizi said.
Wan Ahmad had recently alleged that no blackouts took place in any polling centres in the country, and even went on to suggest some pictures were staged before the elections in order to discredit the commission and the election process.
Posted: 26 May 2013 10:37 PM PDT
Posted: 26 May 2013 09:18 PM PDT
Saya<NAMA PENUH>, No Kad Pengenalan <NOMBOR KAD PENGENALAN BARU/LAMA> telah mengundi di dalam PRU Ke-13 pada 5/5/2013 di Daerah Mengundi <NAMA DAERAH MENGUNDI>, Parlimen <NAMA PARLIMEN> pada jam <JAM PAGI/PETANG>. Saya basuh jari yang dicalit dakwat kekal pada jam <JAM PAGI/PETANG> hari yang sama mendapati semua dakwat yang dicalitkan pada jari saya telah habis tertanggal.
Saya membuat laporan ini untuk menyatakan dakwat itu tidak kekal. Ini bertentangan dengan kenyataan Pengerusi Suruhanjaya Pilihanraya (SPR) Malaysia yang menyatakan dakwat itu kekal seperti peruntukan Undang-Undang Pilihanraya. Ini adalah satu penipuan oleh Suruhanjaya Pilihanraya (SPR).
Sekian, terima kasih.
Posted: 26 May 2013 07:27 PM PDT
Malaysia’s Opposition will next week file a lawsuit against the Election Commission chairman and deputy chairman for “fraud against the nation”, Member of Parliament for Lembah Pantai Nurul Izzah told an 80,000-strong crowd at a rally to protest the outcome of the recently-concluded 13th general election.
“We will make sure they pay for their criminal acts, we will make sure justice prevails in this country of ours. And when the case goes to court, I urge all Malaysians to turn up to show support to our lawyers.
“And don’t forget, the moment they can, they will call for a Parliament sitting and try to re-delineate some seats. You know what they will do? They know they are strong in seats like Sungei Besar, so they will split Sungei Besar into 2 parliament seats and combine Pandan and Ampang for example. But we will be waiting. We will mobilize the people to protest in large numbers to stop them from this re-delineation.”
“You can cheat the people some of the time but not all the time. So tonight we will gather, we will make sure we know the truth, and we will fight them hard especially to make sure no unfair re-delineation takes place.”
Both the EC chairman Abdul Aziz Yusoff and his deputy Wan Ahmad Wan Omar are no strangers to accusations of bias and vested interests. They are believed to be members of Umno and despite calls for them to quit on the basis of a lack of neutrality, they have refused to do so.
On Monday, first thing to do is to lodge a police report
Prime Minister Najib Razak’s umno-BN coalition won 133 of the federal parliament’s 222 seats and the Pakatan Rakyat led by Anwar Ibrahim 89 seats. However,
Anwar has refused to concede defeat, citing systemic and widespread cheating. The Pakatan plans to file election petitions in at least 27 seats where they claim to have uncovered “conclusive” evidence of vote buying, vote rigging as well as phantom voters. They want re-elections in these seats.
Another key grouse is the indelible used by the EC, which it had promised would stay on for 5 days. However, on the May 5 balloting day the majority of Malaysia’s 13 million-strong electorate found to their shock the ink could be washed off within the hour. This would render the ink useless as a weapon against multiple voting by a single person – the very reason why the ink had been bought for use in the first place.
Also at the same event was Anwar, who is also Nurul’s dad. In his speech, Anwar called on all Malaysians who encountered electoral fraud on balloting day to lodge police reports. This would help to strength the case against the EC, said the 64-year-old.
“On Monday, the first thing you should do is to lodge a police report against the EC,” said Anwar. “Our lawyers are now gathering information. Yes we have more confidence in the people’s court (than the country’s scandal-tainted judiciary) but we have to go through the process.
No plans for BERSIH 4.0 yet: Focus now on people’s Tribunal
Ambiga Sreenvasan, the co-chairman of the BERSIH movement for free and fair polls, also minced no words lambasting the EC’s alleged bias in helping the Umno-BN win through fraud.
In her speech, she spoke of the establishment of a People’s Tribunal to investigate the pile of complaints from the electorate. However, she told Malaysia Chronicle at the sidelines of the rally that her committee was not planning BESIH 4.0 at the moment.
“Don’t give up. We are going to have a People’s Tribunal to tell the truth. They may have the forces but we are going to have the most powerful weapon in our hands. We are going to have truth and we are going to use that. Anyone who has evidence, please come forward and I know you are brave enough to do that,” said Ambiga.
“This Election Commission, if they have any self-respect should resign immediately on this one ground, on the ground of indelible ink. Do you know in my opinion, the indelible ink is a fraud is a fraud on the Malaysian people. They refused to demonstrate (the quality of the ink) and now we know why. Any EC worth its salt would have resigned in embarrassment.”
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