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KEADILAN Tawar Latihan Eksekutif Untuk Mahasiswa

Posted: 04 Jun 2013 07:00 PM PDT

PETALING JAYA 4 JUN: KEADILAN akan menganjurkan Program Latihan Eksekutif KEADILAN (KEIP) yang ditawarkan khas untuk mahasiswa Malaysia di seluruh dunia.

Naib Presidennya, Nurul Izzah Anwar berkata, program tersebut berlangsung lima minggu bermula 26 Jun hingga 2 Ogos 2013.

Program tersebut menyediakan modul-modul untuk melatih dan memberi pendedahan kepada mahasiswa mengenai ilmu dan pengalaman politik, pembangunan dasar, daya kepimpinan serta etika media.

"Program ini berbeza dengan program-program sedia ada yang selalunya memerlukan mahasiswa menjalankan tugas berkaitan urusan pejabat.

"KEIP juga mengambil model yang digunakan parti-parti politik ternama dunia seperti Parti Demokrat," jelas Izzah pada sidang media pelancaran KEIP di ibu pejabat parti hari ini.

Menurut Izzah, KEIP dikhususkan kepada mahasiswa pelbagai latar belakang pendidikan yang berminat mengenai politik dan mereka akan ditempatkan mengikut kawasan Parlimen yang akan ditetapkan.

Katanya, di akhir program, setiap kumpulan pelatih akan mengusahakan satu projek yang meliputi aspek politik, ekonomi dan sosial termasuk penganjuran program politik dan pembangunan dasar untuk KEADILAN sendiri.

"Mereka juga akan dibayar elaun latihan setiap bulan," kata Izzah yang juga Ahli Parlimen Lembah Pantai.
Kepada mereka yang berminat untuk menyertai program latihan ini boleh memohon secara online di SINI.

Sumber: KeadilanDaily

BN Man Bought Ballots for RM100 Each

Posted: 04 Jun 2013 02:30 AM PDT

PETALING JAYA: A police report has been made against a BN assemblyman for allegedly bribing 25 election officers in return for their postal votes, which he purportedly used to mark for himself.

This report was lodged by an election officer last Wednesday, PKR strategy director Rafizi Ramli claimed today, citing this as further proof the May 5 general election was riddled with fraud.

"On April 29, 2013 at around 5.30pm, 24 other election officers who were to be on duty on election day and I were summoned by YB Nawi bin Mohamed, the Hulu Besut candidate…" a copy of the police report reads.

"We were ordered by YB Nawi to submit our unmarked postal votes [to] Hjh Azizah Ibrahim…and afterwards we were paid RM100 each."

According to the report, the election officer and three others asked for their ballot papers the following day, out of guilt over what she felt was a violation of the Elections Act.

"Once our ballot papers were returned to us, I found that the ballot papers had been marked, without our consent or knowledge," she wrote in the report.

She added that when she cast her ballot, the officers did not mark her finger with indelible ink.

"I'm extremely unsatisfied as my ballot paper was marked without our consent," she said in the report.
The name of the complainant was, however, blacked out in the copy of the police report provided to the media.

Rafizi, who heads the party's #SiasatPRU13 investigation team, said today it was unlikely this incident of postal vote bribing was an isolated case.

"With the postal votes and early votes numbering to over 500,000 across the country, the figure is significant enough to have influenced the results of the general election," said Rafizi at the PKR headquarters here today.

"This is why we are firm in believing the general election was not valid and that the results were marred by fraud, and this is why we will continue with the June 15 rally."

He added that Pakatan intended to provide the 10 days' notice of the rally, tomorrow, in accordance with the Peaceful Assembly Act 2010.

He said he would also begin filing the election petition on June 10.

Source: FreeMalaysiaToday

Lebih 50,000 Undi ‘Hilang’ di Seluruh Negara, Pengundi Lapor Polis

Posted: 04 Jun 2013 02:00 AM PDT

PETALING JAYA, 3 JUN: Seorang pengundi, Mohd Azlan Mohd Sharif membuat enam laporan polis menuntut siasatan berhubung keputusan pilihan raya umum ke-13 yang digazetkan 22 Mei lalu berbeza dengan yang diumum pegawai pengurus Suruhanjaya Pilihan Raya (SPR) melalui borang 16.

Beliau mendapati sebanyak 53,045 kertas undi 'hilang' melibatkan semua kerusi Parlimen dan DUN seluruh negara kecuali DUN Sungai Acheh, Pulau Pinang, DUN Banggi dan DUN Labuk, Sabah.

Borang 16 ialah Borang Pengisytiharan Keputusan pilihan raya daripada 222 kawasan Parlimen dan 505 kawasan Dewan Undangan Negeri di seluruh negara.

"Ia satu kesalahan jenayah mengikut seksyen 3(1)(h) dan seksyen 6 (2) Akta Kesalahan Pilihan Raya 1954.
"Maka jelas polis dan SPR yang bertugas pada hari, masa dan tempat mengundi bersubahat, membenarkan dan melakukan jenayah ini," katanya dipetik dalam laporan polisnya yang pertama.

Mohd Azlan, pengundi DUN Sungai Balang dan parlimen Muar, Johor membuat semua laporan itu di balai polis Klang pada 30 Mei.

Enam laporan melibatkan kehilangan kertas undi, salah kira undi, maklumat yang sudah berubah, perbezaan kertas undi yang dikeluar di parlimen dan DUN, maklumat kerusi parlimen dan DUN berbeza sebelum dan selepas diwartakan dan kecuaian anggota polis.

"Saya tidak nampak, tidak tahu, tidak terdengar, tidak terbaca apa-apa berita mengatakan ada tangkapan oleh SPR atau polis terhadap mana-mana pihak yang membawa keluar atau menghilangkan kertas undi yang telah dikeluarkan," kata Azlan.

Katanya. kemenangan semua calon bagi setiap kerusi itu pada PRU lalu adalah tidak sah dan terbatal sehinggalah kertas undi itu disemak dan disahkan semula.

"Tujuan enam laporan dibuat agar pihak berkuasa termasuk polis menyiasatnya. Sebagai rakyat Malaysia, saya menjunjung semangat Perlembagaan dan Rukun Negara khususnya Keluhuran dan Kedaulatan Undang-undang.

Dalam laporan polisnya yang keenam, beliau mendesak Ketua Polis Negara, Tan Sri Khalid Abu Bakar mengambil tindakan tegas terhadap pegawainya yang cuai menjalankan tugas pada PRU lalu.

"Saya minta KPN menyiasat, menangkap dan mengambil tindakan terhadap pegawai polis yang bertugas pada masa itu disebabkan terbukti cuai, tidak amanah, tidak melaksanakan tanggungjawabnya dan membenarkan jenayah berlaku didepan matanya," katanya lagi.






Sumber: KeadilanDaily

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PKR stands by phantom voters claims, blames EC for xenophobia

Posted: 04 Jun 2013 02:20 AM PDT

The Malaysian Insider

PKR has stood by its allegations that foreign nationals of Bangladesh origin had voted illegally in Election 2013 despite the denial made by the country's High Commissioner here yesterday, insisting that it has proof to back its claims.

The Pakatan Rakyat (PR) party added that the Election Commission (EC) should also take full responsibility for the hostilities shown towards Bangladeshi migrant workers since its failure to deal with complaints of phantom voters had strengthened accusations that the government had won the May 5 polls through fraud.

"We accept their statement, that is their right but you have to ask this question: if majority of our people have been talking about it for a long time, I don't think your normal Malaysians would go and create news out of nothing and more importantly the integrity of an election is sacred and so important to our country.

 "The way I look at it is that if there are any allegations about phantom voters whether they are Bangladeshis, Indonesians, Filipinos… what is more important is the authorities and the parties responsible for it which is the EC must take it seriously and investigate fully.

"But they have refused to probe so it strengthens the perception that there are phantom voters from overseas," PKR strategic director told a press conference at the party's headquarters here.

Yesterday, the government of Bangladesh denied allegations that its Malaysian-based workers had acted as phantom voters in Election 2013, adding that the "xenophobic" accusation has subjected its citizens to abuse.

The country's High Commissioner to Malaysia Atiqur Rahman also laughed off claims that 40,000 of Bangladeshi citizens had been transported into Malaysia to vote for the ruling Barisan Nasional (BN) a week before the May 5 polls.

He further described the allegations as "propaganda" and "political manipulation" that might put innocent Bangladeshis under increased threat and, at the same time, impose a negative image of its country unfairly.

PKR vice-president Nurul Izzah Anwar said although the party conceded it was wrong to target Bangladeshi migrant workers, the EC could have done its part to prevent the xenophobic reaction towards foreign nationals if it had acted on the complaints.

"Of course, the attacks and hostilities should not be brought against the foreigner, the EC should have prevented this. We are not asking the public to hate and so on but we must not let this incident to become something that we easily forget.

"You have to push and demand that EC and relevant conduct investigations most professionally," she told the same press conference.

PR leaders have accused the ruling coalition of rigging the Election 2013 results through fraudulent practices that included transporting foreign nationals into key states in Malaysia to vote for Barisan Nasional (BN).

BN leaders, however, described the allegation as baseless and said the opposition has yet to show any concrete evidence to support its claims.

Despite a resurgent opposition, BN clung on to power by winning 133 seats against PR's 88, although this was seven fewer than what it garnered in 2008. Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak's coalition also lost the popular vote for the first time since 1969.

PR and electoral reform group Bersih are now planning to file election petitions to challenge some results from the May 5 polls, claiming to have strong evidence of fraud in what had been Malaysia's closest election to date.

Among the evidence compiled are videos that purportedly showed foreign nationals being flown in a day before the election.

Najib had recently announced that his government would see through its plans to reform the electoral system by placing the Election Commission (EC) under a special parliamentary committee.

PR leaders, however, claimed the move was more of a public relations exercise and called for the resignation of the commission's leadership as the first condition towards genuine polls reform.

Bersih will back KL ‘Black 505′ if it urges EC to resign

Posted: 04 Jun 2013 02:15 AM PDT

Malaysiakini

Bersih co-chairperson S Ambiga said that the electoral reform pressure group will support the 'Black 505' rally held by Pakatan Rakyat in Kuala Lumpur should it aim to urge the Election Commission (EC) to resign.

Ambiga said that Bersih has yet to get know the aims of the rally, which will be held on June 15.

"We don't know, we believe one of the aims as they said earlier is to ask the EC to resign. If that's the case, we will support such a move because we think the EC should resign," she told the press after Bersih failed to meet Immigration Department director-general Alias Ahmad this morning.

Ambiga also stressed that Bersih maintains its stand that everyone has the constitutional right to hold a rally.

PKR de facto leader Anwar Ibrahim announced yesterday that Pakatan will hold this rally in Kuala Lumpur on June 15 to protest alleged electoral fraud in the 13th general election that was held on May 5.

Asked if the rally would be held in a stadium or whether it would be a street demonstration, he said the rally secretariat would furnish details in due course.

This is to continue a series of protests around the country against alleged electoral fraud dubbed 'Black 505′, which began in Kelana Jaya, Selangor, on May 8.

Bersih previously had held two massive rallies in downtown Kuala Lumpur to urge electoral reform prior to the 13th general election.

‘Ballot papers of EC officers sold to BN for RM100 each’

Posted: 04 Jun 2013 02:13 AM PDT

Malaysiakini

A BN state seat candidate has been accused of “buying” ballot papers from Election Commission (EC) officers in order to vote on behalf of them to ensure victory for BN.

In exposing this today, PKR strategy director Rafizi Ramli said one of the officers had on May 4, just a day before the 13th general election, lodged a police report on this.

Copies of the police report were given to members of the media by Rafizi during a press conference at PKR headquarters at Tropicana in Petaling Jaya this afternoon.

The report details how the EC officers were called up by the BN candidate before they passed their ballot papers to BN coalition workers.

According to Rafizi, four of the EC officers demanded back their ballot papers a day after they were sold to the BN candidate for RM100 each.

“However, when they got back their ballot papers, they found that their ballots had already been been marked,” Rafizi said

The police report names the BN candidate. Malaysiakini is withholding his name until he responds to our queries.

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Peningkatan kes TB, Batuk Kering di Malaysia membimbangkan

Posted: 04 Jun 2013 07:37 AM PDT

Adakah peningkatan kes TB atau Batuk Kering di Malaysia pada ketika ini berkait rapat dengan peningkatan kebanjiran pekerja asing di negara ini?


890 penghidap penyakit tibi dikesan di Pahang tahun lepas
3 Jun 2013

TEMERLOH - Seramai 890 kes penghidap tibi dikesan di Pahang sepanjang tahun lepas berbanding 788 kes pada 2011 manakala jumlah kematian akibat penyakit itu pula berlaku pada kadar 7.1 bagi setiap 100,000 penduduk.

Pengarah Kesihatan Negeri Pahang, Dr. Norhizan Ismail berkata, seramai 112 penghidap penyakit itu meninggal dunia tahun lepas berpunca daripada batuk berpanjangan dan pelbagai faktor termasuk penularan jangkitan kuman HIV.

Beliau berkata, penghidap HIV berisiko tinggi menghidap tibi selain punca diabetes, buah pinggang dan penyakit berjangkit.

"Tibi perlu dikawal kerana boleh merebak melalui ahli keluarga dan orang sekitar jika penyakit itu tidak dikawal dari awal," katanya ketika merasmikan Hari Tibi Sedunia peringkat Negeri Pahang di Felda Lakum semalam.

Norhizan berkata, berdasarkan laporan Pertubuhan Kesihatan Sedunia (WHO), seramai 1.4 juta orang meninggal dunia akibat penyakit tibi pada tahun 2011 daripada 8.7 juta kes baharu tibi dikesan pada tahun yang sama.

Katanya sejak tahun 2000, Pahang berjaya mencapai kadar pengesanan yang disarankan WHO iaitu sebanyak 70 peratus tetapi saranan itu ditingkatkan kepada 85 peratus pada tahun 2011 dan tahun ini meningkat kepada 95 peratus. - Bernama

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