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Anwar Ibrahim


Pakatan wants courts to vet Sabah voter list

Posted: 09 Jun 2013 05:07 AM PDT

Malaysiakini

Pakatan Rakyat will file a judicial review application to challenge the veracity of the electoral roll involving several constituencies in Sabah.

NONEAt a press conference in Kota Kinabalu today, PKRde facto leader Anwar Ibrahim said there are evidence that the electoral roll is tainted with non-citizens.

He said that this had affected the election in five parliamentary constituencies in Sabah – Pututan, Sepanggar, Libaran, Kudat and Tawau.

"We cannot accept (the results) because not only did we win the majority vote (but) there was that huge scam… In Sabah, other than the election petitions for Kota Marudu and Pensiangan, we will bring the case of non-citizens casting their votes.

"This is a serious case in Sabah and in the name of justice, the courts should, in the judicial review that we will be filing, decide that Election Commission must clean up the electoral rolls,” he said.

RCI testimonies to be used

Apart from the judicial review, Anwar said Pakatan will be filling about 30 election petitions to challenge the results of the 13th general election.

Anwar did not present any evidence during the press conference but claimed that Pakatan’s research found that more than 60,000 non-citizens had voted in Sabah on May 5.

In addition, he said Pakatan’s lawyers will also be submitting testimonies given to the Royal Commission of Inquiry (RCI) on Sabah’s population boom as evidence.

Several beneficiaries of the so-called “Project IC” or “Project M” – essentially a citizenship-for-votes scam – have provided detailed testimonies to the RCI on how easy it was for them to become a full-fledge Malaysian citizens.

Anwar predicts that the chances of Pakatan succeeding in its application for a judicial review and election petitions were “slim” because he believed that “judges of integrity” who decide based on facts and the law are scarce.

"I am hopeful and if the judiciary system cannot defend the Federal Constitution and law, then it is a tragedy for Malaysian," he said.

Istilah ‘dakwat kekal’ tipu pengundi, kata Dr Haron Din

Posted: 08 Jun 2013 10:00 AM PDT

Harakah Daily

Timbalan Mursyidul Am PAS Tuan Guru Datuk Dr Haron Din mendakwa, rakyat khususnya pengundi pada Pilihan Raya Umum ke-13 (PRU13) lalu telah ditipu berhubung penggunaan dakwat ‘kekal’.

Katanya, tidak kira pihak mana yang sebenarnya bertanggungjawab dengan dakwat yang tidak kekal itu, namun hakikatnya seluruh pengundi telah ditipu oleh istilah ‘dakwat kekal’ itu.

"Polis mempunyai kapa­siti menyiasat siapa yang menipu siapa dalam kes tersebut. Pembekal mem­bekalkan dakwat tidak kekal sedangkan dinamakan sebagai dakwat kekal. Ertinya pembekal menipu SPR. Kalau SPR memesan dakwat tidak kekal tetapi menamakan dakwat kekal, maka SPR menipu kerajaan dan pengundi.

"Kalau kerajaan ber­pakat dengan SPR meme­san dakwat yang tidak kekal tetapi mendakwa se­bagai dakwat kekal, maka SPR bersekongkol dengan kerajaan menipu rakyat," ujarnya.

Pada hari pengundian 5 Mei lalu, beliau yang merupakan calon PAS bagi kawasan Parlimen Arau, adalah antara individu yang membuat laporan polis berhubung dakwat yang dicalit ditanggannya boleh tanggal sejurus selepas membuang undi.

Mengulas lanjut beliau berkata, banyak lagi kepincangan yang berlaku sepanjang proses pilihan raya lalu seperti didedahkan oleh banyak pihak.

Sehubungan itu katanya, beliau menyokong se­barang perhimpunan aman membantah penipuan pilihan raya yang dianjurkan di negara ini selagi tidak mengun­dang kepada malapetaka.

"Lagi pun, Islam dan perlembagaan negara membenarkan perhimpu­nan secara aman. Seperti juga kita berhimpun pada hari Jumaat. Itu juga dina­makan sebagai demonstra­si tetapi diadakan secara aman. Sama juga perhim­punan besar di Makkah. Perhimpunan aman saya sokong," jelas beliau.

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