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Dr Shafie Abu Bakar

Dr Shafie Abu Bakar

Misi Terkorban Antara Konflik Kemanusiaan

Posted: 03 Sep 2011 04:16 PM PDT

念群与沙登人民同在 | Nie Ching for Serdang

念群与沙登人民同在 | Nie Ching for Serdang

[NST] Motorists in Seri Kembangan will have a new highway with 7 interchanges

Posted: 03 Sep 2011 01:35 AM PDT

~ By Farhana Syed Nokman

Overall Alignment For Skip
Overall Alignment For Skip

SUBANG JAYA: Motorists in Seri Kembangan will soon have a new highway, the Serdang-Kinrara-Putrajaya Expressway (SKIP).

Sri Kembangan state assemblyman Ean Yong Hian Wah said the traffic congestion had become a nightmare for some 100,000 people in Seri Kembangan.

"There is only one way in and out on the PLUS Highway through Sungai Besi Toll Plaza to Seri Kembangan and it is congested both during and off peak hours, " said Yong.

SKIP will consist of seven interchanges on its 17km stretch. "The interchanges will be at Bandar Kinrara, Bandar Putra Permai, two interchanges near Putrajaya, Lestari Perdana and two in Seri Kembangan.

"The project will probably start early next year and it will take three years to complete. It is estimated to cost about RM2 billion," said Yong.

i n t a n h i j a u

i n t a n h i j a u

UMNO’s Somalia medical mission: genuine or publicity stunt?

Posted: 03 Sep 2011 08:32 AM PDT

By the time this article is published, the body of 39-year-old Noramfaizul Mohd Nor, Bernama's late cameraman, who had apparently followed UMNO Putra club's humanitarian mission to Somalia would have arrived in Malaysia. It is tragic, that apart from the hundreds of lives lost during the Raya period on Malaysian roads due to the balik kampong mayhem, Faizul should meet his death in war torn Mogadishu, Somalia. 

Was this just an accident? Could it have been avoided? Did UMNO rush to Somalia to genuinely help Somalians? Or did UMNO throw caution to the wind and rush callously on the eve of Raya to Somalia just for a publicity stunt? If it was for a publicity stunt, then Faizul would have died in vain and this wouldn't have been the first time when our personnel, both medical and non-medical would have risked not only their lives but more importantly the people around them who may be completely oblivious to the dangers of this sort of missions.

In 2003, Mercy Malaysia similarly put medical personnel at risk. Its two doctors , Dr. Jamilah and Baba Deni were lucky to get away alive although both were shot in Baghdad. Not so lucky were their Syrian driver and the Iraqi medical personnel who were accompanying them. Both lost their lives in the shooting. Malaysians may mean well, but extending aid to war torn and disaster areas carries immense risks and requires specific training. Its not a boy scout outing. Apart from the safety aspect, questions have arose as to how these trips are being financed and who actually audits these ventures.

When the 2004 tsunami flattened Acheh, Malaysians were one of the first to reach Acheh. But they were hopelessly ill-equipped for the task ahead. In direct contrast, Singapore and Australia sent in their army and naval outfits to attend to the distribution of aid. Humanitarian aid carried out by trained forces tend to be more orderly, organized, triaged and focused to help. Malaysians out to help nuclear-disastered Sendai, Japan following this year's tsunami were not even allowed to leave Subang for Japan by Japanese authorities, as the Japanese politely refused knowing well they could not guarantee the safety of their own people let alone foreign volunteers untrained in handling nuclear fall-outs.

From the images shown on local TV, the UMNO Putra Team appeared to be untrained personnel doing their rounds on unfriendly and sometimes hostile terrain. How would giving adhoc cholera/typhoid vaccinations and holding impromptu outpatient clinics at refugee camps help civilians there in the long-term? And why would you want to do a job you are not trained to handle especially on terrain you are not familiar with and unfriendly at that too. Shouldn't it have been a job for our army boys. We are in peace time anyway and this would have been a good mission to keep them on their toes. There is no imminent danger of our submarines sinking as they apparently cannot dive, or our air force jets with no engines crashing and there are certainly no communists to look out for who may be waiting to create another Bukit Kepong situation. 

A brief look at the Army's hospitals' websites indicate that almost all their hospitals have hardly any patients, which will then beg the question. What do our army docs and medics do with so much free time on their hands? Shouldn't they have gone instead of the UMNO club. Unless of course the help UMNO went to deliver was a sideshow, the main menu being publicity for UMNO or its leaders judging from the daily reporting in the MSM and TV images during prime time. Is this GE 13 election campaigning using the Somalians misery and our journalists lives to brain wash kampong folk out in Jengka and Baling?

UMNO must now be ready to answer some difficult questions. The Mission arrived in Somalia on 30th August at one of the world' most dangerous destinations and to a country that is home to pirates that can put to shame even the mightiest of navies in the Indian Ocean, including the US Navy. Apparently it was timed to provide Hari Raya aid and according to a statement issued by its chief, Datuk Abdul Azeez Abdul Rahim to even have Hari Raya prayers there! If the Health Ministry was involved and had sent some of their personnel, Liow Tiong Lai better have some answers ready? With our own Malaysians getting literally war conditions treatment in many of our government hospitals, it would be interesting to listen to Liow's excuses, in his own Tung Shin way. 

Aid was supposed to be distributed to five areas, with Mogadishu being the first stop. Others included Badbadur, about 25km from Mogadishu, where about 250,000 people are taking refuge, Al Shabeb in Merka where 300,000 people are affected by the famine and in the Balet Veni camps which house 100,000 people. Both areas are located 100km from Mogadishu. Even the Operations chief Lt-Col Zahani Zainal Abdin had warned saying it would be risky to even fly into Mogadishu at night. In total there were a total of 55 volunteers and members of the media who formed part of the mission to cover a radius of almost 200 km in a country where there was no law except for a 9000 strong UN backed force – the only law in a country of 10 million. 

Make no mistake, in this country even 12 year olds carry AK-47s. UMNO club members had no business being in this country and in their pursuit of cheap publicity endangering the lives of other civilians both Malaysians and Somalians. Any mission that carries with it civilians and journalists are a handicap to any military personnel exposing even the most well-trained military commando to being nothing more then a sitting duck. Al- Fatihah to Noramfaizul Mohd Nor's family.


Posted: 02 Sep 2011 04:30 PM PDT

KUALA LUMPUR, 2 Sept: Slot ucapan hari raya khusus untuk Datin Seri Rosmah Mansor adalah paling istimewa untuk seorang isteri Perdana Menteri kerana ia tidak pernah berlaku sebelum ini.

Dan bagi Naib Presiden PAS, Datuk Mahfuz Omar, ia mungkin untuk menceriakan kembali tahap penerimaan terhadap Perdana Menteri Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak yang merudum teruk.

"Sebelum ini, tidak ada mana-mana isteri Perdana Menteri yangmendapat slotnya sendiri untuk memberikan ucapan sempena Hari Raya. Sebelum ini, hanya Perdana Menteri sahaja yang mendapat slot seperti itu.

"Rosmah adalah orang pertama dalam sejarah yang mendapat slot khas untuk memberikan ucapan sempena Hari Raya selain Perdana Menteri," katanya.

Mahfuz tidak menolak kemungkinan Rosmah sendiri yang memaksa supaya diberikan slot khas untuknya sendiri bagi memberikan ucapan selamat Hari Raya.

"Maklumlah kuasanya besar sebagai isteri Perdana Menteri," kata Ahli Parlimen Pokok Sena itu sambil merujuk kepada begitu banyak tuduhan yang mendakwa Rosmah lebih berkuasa dari Perdana Menteri sendiri.

Jika benar Rosmah yang memaksa supaya diberikan slot khas itu kepadanya, Mahfuz tidak menolak kemungkinan isteri Perdana Menteri itu menuntut slot sedemikian untuk memuaskan kehendaknya sendiri.

Tetapi dengan sinis Mahfuz berkata, mungkin juga Rosmah menuntut slot khas itu untuk memulihkan tahap puas hati (approval rating) terhadap Najib yang merudum ke tahap paling teruk sejak September 2009.

"Mungkin bila slot ucapan hari raya Najib dan slot yang khusus untuk Rosmah dipaksakan berkali-kali kepada mereka yang menonton TV sepanjang Hari Raya, tahap puas hati kepada Najib akan naik 95 peratus," sindir Mahfuz (gambar).

Dengan sinis juga beliau menyatakan bahawa beliau sangat berharap orang ramai tidak merasa loya apabila tidak henti-henti dipaksa menonton slot-slot ucapan mereka.

Tahap puas hati terhadap Najib merudum sehingga 59 peratus, yang paling rendah sejak beliau menjadi Perdana Menteri.

Menurut soal selidik yang dikendalikan oleh Merdeka Center antara 11 hingga 27 Ogos 2011 ke atas 1,027 orang responden, tahap puas hati kepada Najib memperlihatkan pola menurun sejak Mei 2010, malah jatuh sebanyak 6 peratus kepada 59 peratus - buat kali pertama di bawah paras 60 peratus dalam tempoh dua tahun, sejak September 2009.

Najib mencatat kemuncak popularitinya di paras 72 peratus pada Mei 2010, dan selepas itu terus merudum dan merudum.

Berdasarkan kaum, tahap puas hati terhadap Najib di kalangan orang-orang Melayu jatuh ke bawah paras 70 peratus, buat kali pertama sejak Disember 2009.

Tahap puas hati di kalangan kaum Cina pula merudum kepada 38 peratus, 11 peratus lebih rendah berbanding hasil soal selidik tiga bulan yang lalu.

Menurut Merdeka Review, penurunan tahap puas hati dari kalangan Cina mungkin sesuatu yang diduga, namun asakan retorik perkauman terhadap kaum Melayu nampaknya tidak memberi kesan positif untuk Najib - sesuatu yang mungkin di luar jangkaan ramai.

Dari kesemua responden dalam soal selidik itu, 51 peratus daripada mereka tidak terdedah kepada maklumat internet, dan hanya 29 peratus responden mendapat pendidikan tinggi.(harakahdaily)

Direct Free Kick

Direct Free Kick

A cry for help

Posted: 03 Sep 2011 07:10 AM PDT

A cry for help

My Dearest,

    I know you will be surprise to receive this email, but Before I go further I will like you to understand that, I am writing this mail to you With due respect trust and humanity, I appeal to you to exercise a little patience and read through my letter I feel quite safe dealing with you in this important business, honestly i am writing this email to you with pains, tears and sorrow from my heart, i will really like to have a good relationship with you and i have a special reason why i decided to contact you, i decided to contact you due to the urgency of my present situation here in the refugee camp. My name is Miss. Esther Kipkalya Kones, 25yrs old female and I from Kenya here in Africa; my father was the former Kenyan road Minister. He and Assistant Minister of Home Affairs Lorna Laboso had been on board the Cessna 210, which was headed to Kericho and crashed in a remote area called Kajong'a, in western Kenya. The plane crashed on Tuesday 10th, June, 2008.

    After the burial of my beloved father, my stepmother and uncle conspired and sold all my father's properties to an Italian Expertrate which they shared the money they sold from the properties among themselves and live nothing for me. Unfortunately to me I fined my father's briefcase and when I opened it I found a document which my Father used to deposited amount of money in one bank here in Burkina Faso, with my name as the next of kin. I travelled to Burkina Faso here I am, to withdraw the money for a better life so that I can take care of myself and start up a new life and also further my education, when I arrival to the bank, the Bank foreign Operation Department Director whom I meet in person told me that my father instruction to their bank is that the fund would only be release to me when I am married or present a trustee/partner who will help me and invest the fund overseas after the transfer, and the bank ask me to go and look for a foreign partner, that was why  am contacting you, which I believe that you are going to be honest and reliable person that will help me and stand as my trustee/partner, so that I can present you to the Bank for the release and transfer of the inherited fund into your bank account in your country.

    I have chosen to contact you after my prayers and I believe that you will not betray my trust. But rather take me as your own sister. Though you may wonder why I am so soon revealing myself to you without knowing you, well I will say that my mind convinced me that you will be the true person to help me. Moreover, I will like to disclose much to you if you can help me to relocate to your country because my stepmothers have threatened to assinate me. The fund my Father deposited into the bank, is ($8.5 USD) Million United State Dollars, and I have confirmed from the bank here in Burkina Faso, on my arrival, You will also help me to place the fund in a good profitable business venture in your Country, However you will also help by recommending a nice University in your country so that I can further my education. It is my intention to compensate you with 40% of the total money for your services and the balance shall be my capital in your establishment. Now my dear as soon as I receive your positive response showing your interest and wiliness to help me, I will put things into action immediately. In the light of the above, I shall appreciate an urgent message indicating your ability and willingness to help me and also handle this transaction sincerely. Awaiting your urgent and positive response. Please my dear I want you to keep this as a top secret only to your self for now until the bank will release and transfer my inherited fund to you as my appointed trustee/partner. I beg you once again not to disclose this to any body until i come over your country because I am afraid of my wreaked stepmother who has threatened to kill me and have my inherited fund alone. I thank you very much and am expecting to hear from you soonest.


 Yours Sincerely  

Esther Kipkalya Kones.

Confidential Respond.

Posted: 03 Sep 2011 03:50 AM PDT

Good day!
I am Mr Dan Maha director auditing and accounting department" bank of Africa (boa) Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso .I discovered the sum of seven million, two hundred thousand dollars (usd7.2) belonging to a deceased customer of this bank the fund has been lying in a suspense account without anybody coming to put claim over the money since the account owner late, Mr Salla khat from Lebanese who was involved in the December 28th 2006 Benin car crash.
it is therefore, upon this discovery that i decided to take this ultimatum and make this business proposal to you as the fund will be release to you as the next of kin or relation to the deceased for safety and subsequent disbursement since nobody is coming for it and i don't want this money to go into the bank treasury as unclaimed bill the banking rules here stipulates that if such money remained unclaimed after five years, the money will be transferred into the bank treasury as unclaimed fund. The request of foreigner as next of kin in this business is occasioned by the fact that the deceased customer was a foreigner and a Burkina be cannot stand as next of kin to a foreigner.
Therefore, I am soliciting for your assistance to come forward as the next of kin. I have agreed that 40% of this money will be for you as the beneficiary respect of the provision of your account and service rendered, 60% will be for me. Then immediately the money transferred to your account from this bank, I will proceed to your country for the sharing of the fund. Call me through my telephone number: +226 75376152.
Yours faithful,
Mr Dan Maha.


Posted: 03 Sep 2011 02:49 AM PDT


I am Mr,Khwaja Salman, working at the auditing and accounting department, BANK OF AFRICA (B .O. A) Ouagadougou Burkina-Faso West Africa, with due respects and regard I have decided to contact you on a business transaction that will be very beneficial to both of us at the end of the transaction.
I know that a transaction of this magnitude will make any one apprehensive and worried, but I am assuring you that all will be well at the end of the day. i came to know you in my Private Search for a Reliable and Reputable Person to handle this Confidential Transaction, which involves the transfer of huge sum of Money to a Foreign Account requiring Maximum Confidence.
During an annual auditing of Account's in this bank, my department came across a very huge sum of money belonging to a deceased person who died in a tragic plane crash on the Lenana Peak, Mount Kenya, Saturday, the 19th day of July, 2003 together with his wife Jean, three of their children and their spouses, and four grandchildren, since then his fund has been dormant in his account with this Bank without any claim of the fund in our custody either from his family or relation before discovery to this development.The said amount was U.S $22.3M (Twenty two. million, three hundred thousand United States dollars).In fact I could have done this transaction alone but because of my position in the country as a civil servant (A Banker), we are not allowed to operate a foreign account and would eventually raise an eye brow on my side during the time of transfer because I work in this bank.
This is the actual reason why it will require a second party or fellow who will forward claims as the next of kin with affidavits of trust of oath to the Bank and also present a foreign account where you will need the money to be transferred into on your request as it may be after due verification and clarification by the correspondent branch of the bank where the whole money will be remitted from, to your own designation bank account.I will not fail to inform you that this transaction is 100% risk free. On smooth conclusion of this transaction, you will be entitled to 45% of the total sum as gratification, while 50% will be for me, also the remaining 5% will be for any expenses such like telephone bills which most involved in this transaction and be rest assured that, any expenses in this transaction would be taken as our burden expenses being incurred, Please, you have been advised to keep this as top secret" as I am still in duty of  service and intend to retire  sooner than later .
I will be monitoring your text of application therein, in the bank until you confirm the money in your account and ask me to come down to your country for subsequent  disbursement of our funds  in accordance to the percentages, All other necessary, vital information will be sent to you when I hear from you. I look forward to receive your reply urgently. Show your readiness to assist me in this transaction by replying this proposal as early as possible and I want you to assure me of your capability of handling this transfer with trust by giving me the following information's about yourself:

1) Your age:.......................... .....
2) Your occupation:................... ....
3) Are you married?:..................... ..........
4) Your mobile phone number.:...................... .........
5) Your location and full address....................... .............................. ..
6) Scan and send a copy of your identity card to me. :............................. ..
7) Your Fax Number: :............................. ..
8) Sex:.:........................ .......
I will tell you how you can apply to the bank as soon as i receive your response towards this mail. Extend my greetings to your family and you should please try and have trust on me in this transaction so that we shall achieve our aim together. Do not take this very transaction as a joke, I am betting you right now that this is just nothing but reality, so you reply and ask me how you can apply for the text of application form of claim of the deceased fund from the bank. It is the foreign remittance departments that are responsible for transference of fund into your account over there.
Yours faithfully,
Mr  Khwaja Salman.




From,Mrs.Mari Faala

Posted: 03 Sep 2011 12:20 AM PDT

From,Mrs.Mari Faala,

My Dear friend,

May the blessings of Allah be upon you and your family.I am Mrs.Mari Faala. I am contacting you with the hope that you will be of great assistance to stand by me in this transaction.

I currently have within my reach the sum of 4.3 million U.S dollars cash which I intend to use for investment purposes.I therefore personally appeal to you seriously and religiously for your urgent assistance to stand by me and recieve this money in your country where I believe it will be safe since I cannot leave the country due to the restriction of movement imposed on the members of my family by the Government now.

This money came as a result of a payback contract deal between my husband and a Russian firm in our country.The Russian partners returned my husbands share .

Presently, the Government has intensified their probe in to my husbands financial resources which has led to the freezing of all our accounts, local and foreign, the revoking of all our business licences and the arrest of my First son.

In view of this I want to acted very fast to withdraw this money from one of our finance houses before it will be closed down.My husband deposited the money in a finance firm for safe keeping .

No record is known about this fund by the government because there is no documentation showing that we have such funds.Further more, my elder son have been in detention in the last four days following the death of my late husband for charges of State organized murder and corrupt practices, he was just been released by the Supreme Court after the goverment brokered a deal with my family regarding his freedom , and he is still under interrogation about my late husband's assets and some vital documents.

Due to the current situation in the country and government attitude to my family,I cannot make use of this money within, thus I seek your help in transferring this funds out for investment than leaving the fund here and to invest the money to profit my family Bearing in mind that you may assist me.l have decided to part with 25% of the total sum.

I am seriously considering to settle down abroad in a friendly atmosphere like yours as soon as this fund get into your account so that I can start all over again if only you wish. I shall ask my son Djiba Faala to come over to your country to liaise with you.

If this proposal satisfies you. please do not let me out to the security as I am giving you this information in total trust and confidence and please include your personal telephone and fax numbers.
I will greatly appreciate if you accept my proposal in good faith.

Regards and Allah Bless you.
Mrs.Mari Faala.

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Comment on Greetings from Khazanah: Fly AirAsia fly by Anonymous

Posted: 03 Sep 2011 11:04 AM PDT

Thank you CON AIR. You have shed some light on the personalities raised in the comments. What does Azman Yahya and Wan Azmi know about aviation? Zero! What are they appointed by Tan Sri Azman Mokhtar to be a director in MAS? or Why are they appointed by Tony Fernandes to sit on Mas Board?

If these two guys plus Tony and Kamarudin Meranun, MAS will be cannibalised in a very short time. If I am not mistaken Azman Yahya was also on the MAS board that gave away routes to AirAsia X Sdn Bhd.

Najib must immediately revamped the MAS board with independent minded people with interest to protect MAS. MAS is our national carrier and we must not allow people like Azman Mokhtar, Rasdan, Nor Yacop, Azman Yahya, Wan Azmi to screw up MAS.Get rid of them in order to save MAS.

Tan Sri Mohd Nor is just a puppet. More importantly, the sleeping giant should also be removed otherwise in a few years time we will be reading from Star, other friendly media, Malaysian Insider to be the emperor apologists and why more MAS shares had to be swapped with Tony.

I agree with the other reader that we must prevent MAS from being BASTARDISED – to borrow Nazir of CIMB’s word.

Comment on Greetings from Khazanah: Fly AirAsia fly by CON AIR

Posted: 03 Sep 2011 09:04 AM PDT

Azman Yahya a kelatenese another nor yaakob stooges. Chairman of Bolton and Symphony group. Wan Azmi former Land n General Chairman.

Semua gaji buta gang, proudly groomed by MahaFiraun.

Lets expose all these people naked, give them the snigger treatment.

Hakkk ptuiii.

Comment on Greetings from Khazanah: Fly AirAsia fly by Chai

Posted: 03 Sep 2011 07:21 AM PDT


I am with you. I also agree with all the comments. It is too glaring for the eyes. Even the blind can see their moves. They just want to finish off MAS so that AirAsia X can survive. AirAsia is suffering and need MAS more than MAS need them. Trust me. AirAsia is living on Tony’s publicities and those “friendly” reporters and Malaysian Insider to paint a beautiful pictures about the sick AirAsia. Until this date, never paid any dividend to its shareholders. And yet we are told that it is flying high. I like the headline: “Fly AirAsia Fly” but to where?


Posted: 03 Sep 2011 06:57 AM PDT

YB, MAS staff unions have got no balls and brains. So I would not take any of their words seriously. During the first meeting with the new management, all they had to say was “We (the union) will support the move (the share swap) as long as they get what we want”.

Comment on Greetings from Khazanah: Fly AirAsia fly by Zul

Posted: 03 Sep 2011 06:55 AM PDT

We must bastardise them before they bastardise! I cannot believe what I have read in this blog. How on earth such deal can be allowed in such day light? Najib is either stupid or blind or influence by Nazir his stupid brother.

Maybe Nazir wanted to see Najib fall so to please Tony and company his immediate boss for now.

Comment on Greetings from Khazanah: Fly AirAsia fly by Ron

Posted: 03 Sep 2011 06:35 AM PDT

John Tan

Thank you for reminding us of Azman Yahya. The other one is Wan Azmi, the Diam man so I am told. How about Azman Yahya who man is he? I heard that he is the MAS sleepy giant man or connected with him.

We must do a check on Azman Yahya. This guy was from Danaharta before. I heard something about him. Lets all check about these two fellows, Azman Yahya and Wan Azmi


Posted: 03 Sep 2011 06:35 AM PDT

G is losing 18,000 votes for next elections.

Comment on Greetings from Khazanah: Fly AirAsia fly by John Tan

Posted: 03 Sep 2011 06:13 AM PDT

YB please look at the new appointees to the board of MAS. You should know who is Azman Yahya, Rashdan, Tan Sri Mohd Nor, Rashdan the stupid Bina Fikir bugger, Kamrudin MeLanun and Tony Fernandes.

How can these buggers look after the interests of MAS. They are there to paralyse MAS so that AirAsia can go places.

Thank you for exposing this dirty deal. Please ensure that you whack them including that Mokhtar dan Nor Yakob kao kao.

Comment on Greetings from Khazanah: Fly AirAsia fly by adam

Posted: 03 Sep 2011 05:19 AM PDT

bravo I agree with all the above comments

Comment on Greetings from Khazanah: Fly AirAsia fly by Keng Leong

Posted: 03 Sep 2011 02:48 AM PDT

if the government refused to listen and allow these vultures to continue doing what they have been doing during their 4th floor days then just too back. They cannot blame the rakyat except themselves. I have no love for the opposition who are extremely quiet about such issues but I cannot support the BN with such glaring nonsense.

Anwar Ibrahim

Anwar Ibrahim

KEADILAN Ucapkan Takziah Kepada Keluarga Allahyarham Noramfaizul Yang Meninggal Dunia di Somalia

Posted: 03 Sep 2011 01:50 AM PDT

Kematian jurukamera Bernama TV Noramfaizul Mohd Nor dalam insiden
tembakan di Mogadishu, Somalia telah mengejutkan kita semua. Apatah
lagi tragedi ini berlaku ketika umat Islam meraikan Hari Raya

Wartawan Aji Saregar Mazlan juga dimaklumkan cedera dalam insiden sama.

Tragedi kemanusiaan kebuluran di Somalia menjadi bertambah dasyat
dengan cengkaman pihak militia. Yang menyedihkan, sekiranya wujud
kesungguhan di kalangan masyarakat antarabangsa, masalah ini dapat
dikurangkan jika tidak diatasi sekalipun.

Kematian Allahyarham berlangsung ketika beliau cuba memainkan
peranannya untuk membantu mangsa tragedi kemanusiaan Somalia.

Saya mewakili KEADILAN ingin mengucapkan takziah kepada keluarga
Allahyarham Noramfaizul dan mendoakan roh Allahyarham ditempatkan di
kalangan mereka yang soleh, apatah lagi beliau pulang ke rahmatullah
pada bulan Hari Raya fitrah yang mulia ini dan ketika menjalankan
kerja-kerja kebajikan dengan penuh dedikasi dan keberanian.


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Parti Keadilan Rakyat

Anwar’s Sept 16 Bid Was Real, Says Wikileaks Cable

Posted: 02 Sep 2011 08:51 AM PDT


A leaked US embassy cable has lent credence to Pakatan Rakyat leader Anwar Ibrahim’s claim that a group of Sabah and Sarawak politicians had planned to defect from the BN on Sept 16, 2008, over the marginalisation of the two states.

salleh said keruakAn entry in the cable, posted by Wikileaks, quotes former Sabah chief minister Salleh Said Keruak (right) as telling US Embassy officials that potentially more than half of the 25 Sabah MPs were ready to abandon the BN.

The cable claimed further that embassy officials found “no expressions of support” for Prime Minister Abdullah Ahmad Badawi’s leadership among the senior Sabah politicians they met in a series of meetings in the state from June 18-20 that year.

“Matter-of-factly, Salleh stated that between eight and 14 BN MPs (out of Sabah’s 25 MPs) would leave the BN, naming five from Umno and four from Upko, in addition to two from Sapp,” the cable, dated June 24, 2008, reads.

keadilan manifesto general election 2008This is the first time a source outside of Pakatan has lent any legitimacy to Anwar’s Malaysia Day claims, which eventuallyturned out to be a dud despite months spent declaring that the opposition would take over the federal administration on the symbolic date.

Talk of the purported defections were not helped by a “study tour” in Taiwan organised by the BN backbenchers club (BNBBC) – consisting largely of MPs from Sabah and Sarawak – in the weeks before Sept 16, with claims that it was to block attempts to woo the MPs over to the other side.

The situation became even more suspect when a five-memberteam from PKR followed suit a few days later, with vice-president Tian Chua – then the publicity chief – confirming that they would be meeting “some MPs” to rethink their positions in the BN.

BNBBC chief and Bintulu MP Tiong King Sing, however, denied that the tour had any objectives outside the official line that they were there to learn about Taiwan’s agriculture industry.

Loathing Abdullah, distrusting Anwar

Abdullah Ahmad Badawi meets the king to resign as PMHowever, the cable, marked confidential, said that while senior Sabah politicians were unanimous in their disgruntlement over Abdullah’s (right) leadership, they at the same time had little support for Anwar.

This appeared to be the case across political lines, with old wounds clearly still raw over Anwar’s purported role in the toppling of the PBS state government in 1994, when he was deputy prime minister in Dr Mahathir Mohamad’s administration.

The cable said Salleh, described as an “Umno warlord”, and Sapp president Yong Teck Lee – also a former chief minister – had both pointed out Anwar’s popularity in Sabah, especially among local Malays, but stated little else in terms of support for the former Umno stalwart.

bn supreme council mt meeting sapp sabah issue 190608 pairin kitinganPBS president Joseph Pairin Kitingan, a direct casualty of his party’s downfall in 1994 from a string of defections to BN, made his stand clear against Anwar, who he described as someone who “is only interested in becoming prime minister”, as quoted in the cable.

More intriguingly, however, is the alleged statement of the then-state DAP chief and current Kota Kinabalu MP Hiew King Cheu, who the cable quoted as “scornfully” saying; “why should anyone sacrifice for Anwar’s ambitions?”

The cable also cited discussions by “some Sabah politicians” of forming a third block outside of BN and Pakatan, with support – especially from DAP – for Umno veteran and former Semangat 46 chief Tengku Razaleigh Hamzah to lead a third parliamentary block incorporating “disaffected MPs” from Umno, East Malaysia and opposition parties PKR and DAP.

“Other politicians, including PBS leader Pairin, simply appeared to endorse DPM Najib taking over immediately from Abdullah,” the cable added, in reference to Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak, who served as deputy premier during Abdullah’s term.

Defections needed to clean out EC

A separate cable, issued a month earlier on May 13, also classified as confidential, quoted the then PKR vice-president Azmin Ali as saying that some BN parliamentarians were expected to announce their defections between May 17 and 18, describing it as an important move to avoid “manipulation” of the electoral rolls ahead of a planned by-election that eventually saw Anwar elected to Parliament. The by-election was on Aug 26.

NONEThe cable quoted Azmin, now the party’s deputy president, as claiming that the Election Commission would delay any by-election to the very end of the 60-day period to give BN and the commission time to “manipulate the electoral roll” and guarantee that Anwar would lose.

Azmin had apparently argued that it was better for the opposition to first take in BN defectors and form an interim government, before having a by-election to allow Anwar to contest and win a parliamentary seat.

“Once the Peoples’ Alliance (Pakatan) obtains the mandate to form the government, it will immediately oust the current Election Commission chairman, who is seen as able to block Anwar’s chances of becoming an MP,” the cable said.

The EC chief at the time was Abdul Rashid Abdul Rahman, who served until his retirement in December, 2008 after overseeing seven general elections. He was succeeded by the then Home Ministry secretary-general Abdul Aziz Mohd Yusof.

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Islam untuk semua

Posted: 06 Apr 2011 07:28 AM PDT

02 Jamadilawal 1432H. [MOD] -

N01: OPAR: SARAWAK: 8,099

1. Stephen ak Sagir (SNAP)
2. Joseph Jindy ak Peter Rosen (Bebas)
3. Boniface Willy ak Tumek (PKR)
4. Ranum ak Mina (BN-SUPP)

Penyandang: Ranum ak Mina (BN-SUPP)
Undi diperolehi: 3,585
Majoriti: 2,183


1. Datuk Peter Nansian ak Ngusie (BN-SPDP)
2. Frankie Jurem ak Nyombui (SNAP)
3. John Tenewi Nuek (PKR)

Penyandang: Peter Nansian ak Ngusie (BN-SPDP)
undi diperolehi : 6,393
Majoriti : 3,203


1. Tan Sri Adenan Satem (BN-PBB)
2. Gilbert Asson ak Kulong (Bebas)
3. Nani Sahari (PAS)

Penyandang: Tan Sri Adenan Satem (BN-PBB)
Undi diperolehi: 4,545
Majoriti: 4,136


1. Suhaimi Selamat (Bebas)
2. Dr Abdul Rahman Junaidi (BN-PBB)
3. Wan Zainal Abidin Wan Senusi (PKR)

Penyandang: Dr Abdul Rahman Junaidi (BN-PBB)
Undi diperolehi: 5,217
Majoriti: 2,164


1. Dr Hazland Abang Hipni (BN-PBB)
2. Ali Hossen bin Abang (PKR)

Penyandang: Dr Abang Draup Zamahari Abang Haji Zen (BN-PBB)
Undi diperolehi: 5,094
Majoriti: 3,605

N06: TUPONG: SARAWAK: 17,796

1. Datuk Daud Abdul Rahman (BN-PBB)
2. Baharuddin @ Din Shah Mokhsen (PKR)

Penyandang: Datuk Daud Abdul Rahman (BN-PBB)
Undi diperolehi: 6,885
Majoriti: 4,572


1. Sharifah Hasidah Sayeed Aman Ghazali (BN-PBB)
2. Zulrusdi Mohamad Hol (PKR)

Penyandang: Sharifah Hasidah Sayeed Aman Ghazali (BN-PBB)
Undi diperolehi: 5,365
Majoriti: 2,488

N08: SATOK: SARAWAK: 10,431

1. Datuk Amar Abang Johari Tun Abang Openg (BN-PBB)
2. Ahmad Nazib Johari (PKR)

Penyandang: Datuk Amar Abang Johari Tun Abang Openg (BN-PBB)
Undi diperolehi: 4,222
Majoriti: 2,798


1. Dominique Ng Kim Ho (Bebas)
2. Wong King Wei (DAP)
3. Sim Kiang Chiok (BN-SUPP)

Penyandang: Dominique Ng Kim Ho (PKR)
Undi diperolehi: 8,002
Majoriti: 1,417

N010: PENDING: SARAWAK: 29,488

1. Prof Dr Sim Kui Hian (BN-SUPP)
2. Violet Yong (DAP)

Penyandang: Violet Yong (DAP)
Undi diperolehi: 11,632
Majoriti: 4,372


1. Sih Hua Tong (BN-SUPP)
2. See Chee How (PKR)
3. Soo Lina (Bebas)

Penyandang: Voon Lee Shan (DAP)
Undi diperolehi: 8,806
Majoriti: 3,407


1. Chong Chieng Jen (DAP)
2. Datuk Alfred Yap Chin Loi (BN-SUPP)

Penyandang: Chong Chieng Jen (DAP)
Undi diperolehi: 6,579
Majoriti: 531


1. Christina Chew Wang See (DAP)
2. Tan Joo Phoi (BN-SUPP)

Penyandang: Tan Joo Phoi (BN-SUPP)
Undi diperolehi: 6,755
Majoriti: 4,180

N014: ASAJAYA: SARAWAK: 13,799

1. Abd Karim Rahman Hamzah (BN-PBB)
2. Arip Ameran (PKR)

Penyandang: Abdul Karim Rahman Hamzah (BN-PBB)
Undi diperolehi: 6,949
Majoriti: 5,063


1. Datuk Seri Mohamad Ali Mahmud (BN-PBB)
2. Noraini Hamzah (PAS)

Penyandang/Incumbent: Datuk Seri Haji Mohammad Ali Mahmud (BN-PBB)
Undi diperolehil: 7,863
Majoriti: 6,327

N016: BENGOH: SARAWAK: 21,955

1. Willie ak Mongin (PKR)
2. Wejok ak Tomik (Bebas)
3. Richard @ Peter ak Margaret (SNAP)
4. Dr Jerip ak Susil (BN-SUPP)

Penyandang: Dr Jerip ak Susil (BN-SUPP)
Undi diperolehi: 7,540
Majoriti: 3,988

N017: TARAT: SARAWAK: 16,352

1. Ateng ak Jeros (SNAP)
2. Roland Sageh Wee Inn (BN-PBB)
3. Peter Ato ak Mayau (PKR)

Penyandang: Roland Sageh (BN-PBB)
Undi diperolehi: 5,854
Majoriti: 3,256

N018: TEBEDU: SARAWAK: 12,497

1. Kipli bin Ale (Bebas)
2. Datuk Seri Michael Manyin ak Jawong (BN-PBB)
3. Christopher ak Kiyui (PKR)
4. Anthony ak Nais (SNAP)

Penyandang: Datuk Michael Manyin ak Jawong (BN-PBB)
Undi diperolehi: 6,107
Majoriti: 4,256

N019: KEDUP: SARAWAK: 17,466

1. Lainus ak Andrew Luwak (PKR)
2. Maclaine Ben @ Martin Ben (BN-PBB)
3. Amin ak Banti (Bebas)
4. Belayong ak Jayang (SNAP)

Penyandang: Frederick Bayoi ak Manggie (BN-PBB)
Undi diperolehi: 5,635
Majoriti: 1,981


1. Aidel Lariwoo (BN-PBB)
2. Mahayudin Wahab (Bebas)
3. Abang Eddy Allyanny Abang Fauzi (PAS)

Penyandang: Datuk Wan Abdul Wahab Wan Sanusi (BN-PBB)
Undi diperolehi: 2,715
Majoriti: 858


1. Mohd Naroden Majais (BN-PBB)
2. Mashor Hussen (PKR)
3. Zaini bin Le' (Bebas)
4. Mac Palima ak Nyambil (PCM)

Penyandang: Mohd Naroden Majais (BN-PBB)
Undi diperolehi: 4,786
Majoriti: 3,350


1. Ali bin Semsu (Bebas)
2. Adam Ahid (PAS)
3. Julaihi Narawi (BN-PBB)

Penyandang: Julaihi Narawi (BN-PBB)
Undi diperolehi: 3,748
Majoriti: 2,448

N023: LINGGA: SARAWAK: 7,745

1. Abang Othman Abang Gom (SNAP)
2. Abang Ahmad Arabi Abang Bolhassan (PKR)
3. Simoi Peri (BN-PBB)

Penyandang: Simoi Peri (BN-PBB)
Undi diperolehi: 3,245
Majoriti: 1,870


1. Razaili Gapor (BN-PBB)
2. Abang Ahmad Kerdee Abang Masagus (PAS)

Penyandang: Bolhassan Di @ Ahmad Di (BN-PBB)
Undi diperolehi: 2,796
Majoriti: 895


1. Ibi ak Uding (PKR)
2. Snowdan Lawan (BN-PRS)
3. Dan ak Giang (SNAP)
4. Lipeh ak Mawi (PCM)
5. Cobbold ak Lusoi (Bebas)
6. Sujal ak Gansi (Bebas)

Penyandang: Snowdan ak Donald Lawan (BN-PRS)
Undi diperolehi: 3,075
Majoriti: 1,516


1. Mong ak Dagang (BN-PRS)
2. Lias ak Julai (Bebas)
3. Jimmy Lim @ Jimmy Donald (PKR)
4. Ivanhoe Anthony ak Belon (SNAP)

Penyandang: Mong ak Dagang (BN-PRS)
Undi diperolehi: 3,083
Majoriti: 1,007


1. Leon Jimat Donald (DAP)
2. Datuk Francis Harden ak Hollis (BN-SUPP)

Penyandang: Datuk Francis Harden ak Hollis (BN-SUPP)
Undi diperolehi: 5,144
Majoriti: 4,258


1. Dr Johnichal Rayong ak Ngipa (BN-SUPP)
2. Jimmy Simon Maja (Bebas)
3. Semijie ak Janting (SNAP)
4. Marudi @ Barudi ak Mawang (PKR)

Penyandang: Dr Johnical Rayong ak Ngipa (SNAP)
Undi diperolehi: 3,442
Majoriti: 426


1. Nicholas Bawin ak Anggat (PKR)
2. Malcom Mussen ak Lamoh (BN-PRS)

Penyandang: Malcom Mussen ak Lamoh (BN-PRS)
Undi diperolehi: 3,907
Majoriti: 1,854


1. Ricky @ Mohammad Razi Sitam (BN-PBB)
2. Abang Zulkifli Abang Engkeh (PKR)

Penyandang: Dr Wahbi Junaidi (BN-PBB)
Undi diperolehi: 2,441
Majoriti: 94

N031: LAYAR: SARAWAK: 8,109

1. Joe ak Unggang (SNAP)
2. Stanny Embat Dharoh ak Laja (PKR)
3. Ngumbang @ Kibak ak Datu (Bebas)
4. Tan Sri Dr Alfred Jabu ak Numpang (BN-PBB)

Penyandang: Tan Sri Dr Alfred Jabu ak Numpang (BN-PBB)
Undi diperolehi: 3,767
Majoriti: 2,677


1. Dayrell Walter Entrie (SNAP)
2. Jerah ak Engkiong @ Edward Jerah (PKR)
3. Robert Lawson Chuat (BN-PBB)

Penyandang: Robert Lawson Chuat (BN-PBB)
Undi diperolehi: 3,258
Majoriti: 1,878

N033: KALAKA: SARAWAK: 14,167

1. Ismail bin Hussain (Bebas)
2. Abdul Wahab Aziz (BN-PBB)
3. Mohd Yahya Abdullah (PKR)

Penyandang: Abdul Wahab Aziz (BN-PBB)
Undi diperolehi: 7,396
Majoriti: 5,929

034: KRIAN: SARAWAK: 11,016

1. Liman ak Sujang (SNAP)
2. Datuk Peter Nyarok ak Entrie (BN-SPDP)
3. Banyi ak Beriak (Bebas)
4. Ali ak Biju (PKR)

Penyandang: Datuk Peter Nyarok ak Entrie (BN-SPDP)
Undi diperolehi: 4,784
Majoriti: 2,089


1. Abdul Wahab Abdullah (PKR)
2. Kiprawi bin Suhaili (Bebas)
3. Datuk Talif @ Len Salleh (BN-PBB)

Penyandang: Hamden Ahmad (BN-PBB)
Undi diperolehi: 4,102
Majoriti: 3,316

N036: SEMOP: SARAWAK: 8,891

1. Abdullah Saidol (BN-PBB)
2. Ong Chung Siew (PKR)
3. Ajiji Fauzan (Bebas)

Penyandang: Datuk Mohamad Asfia Awang Nasar (BN-PBB)
Undi diperolehi: 4,479
Majoriti: 3,226

N037: DARO: SARAWAK: 7,305

1. Murni Suhaili (BN-PBB)
2. Jamaludin Ibrahim (PKR)
3. Muhamad Zamhari Berawi (Bebas)
4. Noh @ Muhamad Noh Bakri @ Bakeri (Bebas)

Penyandang: Murni Suhaili (BN-PBB)
(Menang Tidak Bertanding)


1. Asbor Abdullah (Bebas)
2. Abdul Hafiz Noh (Bebas)
3. Gani @ Abu Seman Jahwie (BN-PBB)

Penyandang: Abu Seman Jahwie (BN-PBB)
Undi diperolehi: 3,567
Majoriti: 1,710

N039: REPOK: SARAWAK: 18,481

1. Datuk David Teng Lung Chi (BN-SUPP)
2. Dr Wong Hua Seh (DAP)

Penyandang: Datuk David Teng Lung Chi (BN-SUPP)
Undi diperolehi: 5,502
Majoriti: 576

040: MERADONG: SARAWAK: 15,337

1. Ling Kie King (BN-SUPP)
2. Ting Tze Fui (DAP)

Penyandang: Ting Tze Fui (DAP)
Undi diperolehi: 5,990
Majoriti: 3,578

N041: PAKAN : SARAWAK: 9,274

1. Datuk Seri William Mawan (BN-SPDP)
2. Jamal Bin Abdullah @ Tedong ak Gunda (SNAP)

Penyandang: Datuk Seri William Mawan (BN-SPDP)
Undi diperolehi: 4,138
Majoriti: 1,763

N042: MELUAN: SARAWAK: 11,487

1. John Brian Anthony ak Jeremy Guang (PKR)
2. Wong ak Judat (BN-SPDP)
3. Labang ak Jamba (SNAP)

Penyandang: Wong ak Judat (BN-SPDP)
Undi diperolehi: 5,086
Majoriti: 3,007

N043: NGEMAH: SARAWAK: 8,058

1. Alexander Vincent (BN-PRS)
2. Yakup Khalid (Bebas)
3. Adeh ak Denong (PCM)
4. Michael ak Lias (SNAP)
5. Aris ak Alap (PKR)

Penyandang: Gabriel Adit ak Demong (IND)
Undi diperolehi: 2,582
Majoriti: 549

N044: MACHAN: SARAWAK: 9,944

1. Kong Tat Kim (PCM)
2. Datuk Gramong Juna (BN-PBB)
3. George Chen Nguk Fa (PKR)
4. Augustine ak Liom @ August Kiom (SNAP)

Penyandang: Datuk Gramong Juna (BN-PBB)
Undi diperolehi: 4,045
Majoriti: 2,289

1. Hii Tiong Huat (Bebas)
2. Chieng Huong Toon (BN-SUPP)
3. Wong Ho Leng (DAP)

Penyandang: Wong Ho Leng (DAP)
Undi diperolehi: 10,380
Majoriti: 4,751

N046: DUDONG: SARAWAK: 26,251

1. Yap Hoi Liong (DAP)
2. Datuk Tiong Thai King (BN-SUPP)
3. Apandi Abdul Rani (Bebas)

Penyandang: Dr Soon Choon Teck (BN-SUPP)
Undi diperolehi: 7,359
Majoriti: 408


1. Alice Lau Kiong Yieng (DAP)
2. Datuk Seri Wong Soon Koh (BN-SUPP)

Penyandang: Datuk Seri Wong Soon Koh (BN-SUPP)
Undi diperolehi: 6,804
Majoriti: 2,504

N048: PELAWAN: SARAWAK: 28,808

1. Vincent Goh Chung Siong (BN-SUPP)
2. David Wong Kee Woan (DAP)

Penyandang: Vincent Goh Chung Siong (BN-SUPP)
Undi diperolehi: 7,375
Majoriti: 263

N049: NANGKA: SARAWAK: 14,197

1. Dr Annuar Rapaee (BN-PBB)
2. Norisham Mohamed Ali (PKR)

Penyandang: Awang Bemee Awang Ali Basah (BN-PBB)
Undi diperolehi: 6,202
Majoriti: 4,815

N050: DALAT: SARAWAK: 11,857

1. Datin Fatimah Abdullah @ Ting Sai Ming (BN-PBB)
2. Sylvester Ajah Subah @ Ajah Subah (PKR)
3. Salleh Mahali (Bebas)

Penyandang: Fatimah Abdullah @ Ting Sai Ming (BN-PBB)
(Menang Tidak Bertanding)


1. Suriati Abdullah (PKR)
2. Tan Sri Abdul Taib Mahmud (BN-PBB)
3. Datuk Salleh Jafaruddin (Bebas)

Penyandang: Tan Sri Abdul Taib Mahmud (BN-PBB)
Undi diperolehi: 6,393
Majoriti: 5,726

N052: TAMIN: SARAWAK: 12,244

1. Joseph Mauh ak Ikeh (BN-PRS)
2. Mengga ak Mikui (PKR)

Penyandang: Joseph Mauh ak Ikeh (BN-PRS)
Undi diperolehi: 4,639
Majoriti: 2,377

N053: KAKUS: SARAWAK: 9,604

1. Dick @ Laurance Dick Sekalai (PCM)
2. Paul Anyie Raja (PKR)
3. John Sikie ak Tayai (BN-PRS)
4. Entali ak Empin (Bebas)

Penyandang: John Sikei ak Tayai (BN-PRS)
Undi diperolehi: 3,739
Majoriti: 2,852

N054: PELAGUS: SARAWAK: 15,322

1. Stanley Nyitar @ Unja ak Malang (BN-PRS)
2. Edward Sumbang ak Asun (PKR)
3. George ak Lagong (Bebas)

Penyandang: Larry Sng Wei Shien (BN-PRS)
Undi diperolehi: 5,965
Majoriti: 3,239


1. Datuk Ambrose Blikau ak Enturan (BN-PBB)
2. Toh Heng San (SNAP)
3. Munan ak Laja (PKR)

Penyandang: Datuk Ambrose Blikau ak Enturan (BN-PBB)
Undi diperolehi: 3,887
Majoriti: 3,332

N056: BALEH: SARAWAK: 11,287

1. Datuk Seri Dr James Masing (BN-PRS)
2. Bendindang ak Manjah (PKR)

Penyandang: Datuk Seri Dr James Masing (BN-PRS)
Undi diperolehi: 5,330
Majoriti: 4,802

N057: BELAGA: SARAWAK: 8,463

1. John Bampa @ Tusau (SNAP)
2. Liwan Lagang (BN-PRS)
3. Basah Kesing @ Ali Basah Kesing (PKR)
4. Michael Jok (Bebas)
5. Matthew ak Munan (Bebas)
6. Kenneth Adan Silek (Bebas)

Penyandang/Incumbent: Liwan Lagang (BN-PRS)
Undi diperolehi/Votes polled: 1,855
Majoriti/Majority: 227

N058: JEPAK: SARAWAK: 12,979

1. Ramli Malaka (SNAP)
2. Abdul Jalil Bujang (PKR)
3. Datuk Talib Zulpilip (BN-PBB)
4. Abdul Kuddus Ramlee (Bebas)
5. Awang Abdillah Awang Nasar (Bebas)

Penyandang: Datuk Talip Zulpilip (BN-PRS)
Undi diperolehi: 4,997
Majoriti: 3,179


1. Chiew Chiu Sing (DAP)
2. Henry Ling Koung Meng (BN-SUPP)

Penyandang: Chiew Chiu Sing (DAP)
Undi diperolehi: 8,517
Majoriti: 1,664

N060: KEMENA: SARAWAK: 14,082

1. Liam Rengga (Bebas)
2. Bernard Binar Bayang ak Rading (PKR)
3. Dr Stephen Rundi ak Utom (BN-PBB)
4. Ungun ak Bayan (SNAP)

Penyandang/Incumbent: Dr Stephen Rundi ak Utom (BN-PBB)
Undi diperolehi/Votes polled: 4,750
Majoriti/Majority: 1,572

N061: BEKENU: SARAWAK: 10,672

1. Rosey Yunus (BN-SPDP)
2. Dyg Juliana Awg Tambi (PCM)
3. Thony ak Badak (SNAP)
4. Ishak Mahwi (PKR)

Penyandang: Rosey Yunus (BN-SPDP)
Undi diperolehi: 4,357
Majoriti: 3,072

N062: LAMBIR: SARAWAK: 14,144

1. Ripin Lamat (BN-PBB)
2. Zolhaidah Suboh (PKR)
3. Johari Bujang (SNAP)

Penyandang: Aidan Wing (BN-PBB)
Undi diperolehi: 4,331
Majoriti: 2,834

N063: PIASAU: SARAWAK: 16,600

1. Ling Sie Kiong (DAP)
2. Tan Sri Dr George Chan (BN-SUPP)

Penyandang: Tan Sri Dr George Chan (BN-SUPP)
Undi diperolehi: 6,573
Majoriti: 3,918

064: PUJUT: SARAWAK: 22,577

1. Andy Chia Chu Fatt (BN-SUPP)
2. Fong Pau Teck (DAP)

Penyandang: Andy Chia Chu Fatt (BN-SUPP)
Undi diperolehi: 6,493
Majoriti: 1,370

N065: SENADIN: SARAWAK: 22,432

1. Michael Teo Yu Keng (PKR)
2. Datuk Lee Kim Shin (BN-SUPP)

Penyandang: Datuk Lee Kim Shin (BN-SUPP)
Undi diperolehi: 7,173
Majoriti: 4,799

N066: MARUDI: SARAWAK: 13,093

1. Sylvester Entrie ak Muran (BN-SPDP)
2. Michael Ding Tuah (Bebas)
3. Gerang ak Dagom (PKR)
4. Edwin Dundang ak Bugak (SNAP)

Penyandang: Sylvester Entrie ak Muran (BN-SPDP)
Undi diperolehi: 4,954
Majoriti: 4,284


1. Harrison Ngau Laing (PKR)
2. Kebing Wan (SNAP)
3. Jok Ding (Bebas)
4. Dennis Ngau (BN-PBB)

Penyandang: Lihan Jok (BN-PBB)
Undi diperolehi: 4,593
Majoriti: 2,771


1. Dr Abdul Rahman Ismail (BN-PBB)
2. Leong Kwang Yew (DAP)
3. Usop Jidin (Bebas)
4. Ladis Pandin (Bebas)

Penyandang/Incumbent: Dr Abdul Rahman Ismail (BN-PBB)
Undi diperolehi/Votes polled: 5,501
Majoriti/Majority: 3,229


1. Palu @ Paulus ak Gumbang (BN-SPDP)
2. Dr Lau Liak Koi (PKR)
3. Lawrence Cosmas Sunang ak Simpang (SNAP)

Penyandang/Incumbent: Palu @ Paulus ak Gumbang (BN-SPDP)
Undi diperolehi/Votes polled: 2,961
Majoriti/Majority: 1,262


1. Baru Bian (PKR)
2. Willie Liau (BN-SPDP)

Penyandang: Balang Rining (BN-SPDP)
Undi diperolehi: 2,064
Majoriti: 475


1. Datuk Amar Awang Tengah Ali Hassan (BN-PBB)
2. Japar Suyut (PKR)

Penyandang: Datuk Awang Tengah Ali Hassan (BN-PBB)
Undi diperolehi: 5,596
Majoriti: 5,275

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