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KEADILAN: Pemilihan2010

October 6, 2010

Politik baru mendokong kebebasan berpolitik yg beretika. Oleh itu, setiap individu anggota bebas dari sebarang alignment dengan mana-mana individu atau pemimpin dalam membuat pilihan. Apa yg lebih ditekankan ialah pengenalan baik terhadap calon-calon yg bertanding dan penjelasan dari calon-calon tentang apakah yg akan mereka sumbangkan kpd parti dan anggota – apakah tujuan mereka bertanding dan apakah gambaran masa depan parti yg mereka ingin kongsi & laksanakan.

Pengumuman bahawa Khalid Ibrahim akan bertanding jawatan Timbalan Presiden, selain calon-calon yg dilihat akan bertanding, Zaid Ibrahim & Azmin Ali, menambah lagi pilihan – tetapi tidak semestinya lebih memudahkan anggota utk membuat pilihan.

Rata-rata anggota ingin menjadi informed voter – status mereka masih sebagai pengundi atas pagar – yg hanya kenal ketiga-tiganya dari jauh – dari apa yg dipaparkan dlm media dan di pentas2 ceramah. Rata-rata juga sekarang ini, anggota sudah lebih bijak memilih – dan ingin jaminan bahawa pemimpin yg akan dipilih akan membawa KEADILAN ke suatu era baru – meyakinkan rakyat bahawa kita parti terbaik yg boleh mentadbir negara dengan cekap, telus & adil.

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NEWS

Pas may select orang asli to be Galas candidate


Written by Bernama
Wednesday, 06 October 2010 18:10
KOTA BAHARU: Kelantan PAS is willing to select Orang Asli to be candidates for elections if suitable, including for the upcoming Galas by-election, said Kelantan PAS deputy commissioner II, Datuk Husam Musa. 

He said this was not an issue as the party had a wide pool of Orang Asli members, many of whom were highly qualified.

“Now that they have shown an interest in politics, it is only a matter of time before they join the fray (as election candidates),” he told reporters here
on Wednesday, Oct 6.

He was asked to comment on remarks made by Gua Musang Orang Asli leader Pandak a/l Panjang Ey that the community had a well-oiled election machinery and that it was about time its members were considered to be election candidates.

The by-election is being held following the death of the incumbent Assemblyman, Chek Hashim Sulaima, 46, of Pas, on Sept 27.

The Election Commission has set Oct 26 for nomination and Nov 4 for polling. — Bernama

Galas: Polling day on Nov 4, nomination day Oct 26

Written by Bernama
Wednesday, 06 October 2010 12:37
PUTRAJAYA: The Election Commission (EC) has set Nov 4 as polling day for the Galas State Assembly seat, if there is a contest, while nomination day is Oct 26, its deputy chairman Datuk Wan Ahmad Wan Omar announced on Wednesday, Oct 6. 

He said the election would use the Master Electoral Roll (DPI) 2009 which was merged with the First Quarter and Second Quarter Supplementary Electoral Roll 2010 which had been updated up to Sept 27.

He said the EC had also set Wednesday as the day of issuing the writ and Thursday for the notice of election.

“The EC had received the official notification from the Kelantan State Assembly Speaker on Sept 28 regarding the vacancy in the State Assembly seat N.45 for Galas, Kelantan following the death of the incumbent Assemblyman Chek Hashim Sulaima on Sept 27.

“Subsequently, the EC had a special meeting on the matter and decided that a by-election would be held within 60 days of the date of vacancy to fill up the vacant seat,” he said at a media conference at the EC headquarters, here.

Chek Hashim, 46, from PAS, died of cancer of the intestine.

In the 2008 general election, Chek Hashim wrested the Galas state seat located in the Gua Musang Parliamentary constituency from the Barisan Nasional (BN) with a majority of 646 votes.

Wan Ahmad said Galas had 11,553 registered voters comprising 11,426 ordinary voters and 127 postal voters.

He said of the total, 7,125 voters — 61.63% — were Malays, while 2,317 voters were Chinese, Indians (185), Sarawak Bumiputera (10), Orang Asli (1,889) and others (27).

He also said 11 schools, one treatment hall for the Orang Asli Affairs Department and one hall would be used as polling centres containing a total of 25 voting streams. — Bernama

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