Friday, January 25, 2008

Kenyataan Tok Guru MB diputarbelit / three corner fights "minimal"

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Husam kesal kenyataan Tok Guru MB diputarbelit TV3 dan Bernama

Naib Presiden PAS, Dato’ Husam Musa yang juga anggota Exco kerajaan negeri melahirkan rasa kesal terhadap laporan berita TV3 dan Bernama yang tidak tepat dengan memutar belit kenyataan Menteri Besar berkaitan pakatan PAS dan Parti KeADILan Rakyat (PKR) di Kelantan.

“Saya kesal dengan laporan media terbabit yang telah memutar belit kenyataan asal Tuan Guru Dato’ Nik Abdul Aziz. Kenyataan asalnya beliau tidak mahu berlaku pertandingan tiga penjuru sehingga boleh menimbulkan kecelaruan di kalangan pengundi,” tambahnya.

Bernama dalam laporannya sebelum ini menyebut Menteri Besar berkata, keyakinannya terhadap kredibiliti PKR semakin terhakis sambil menyifatkan parti itu mencelarukan.

Sedangkan Utusan Malaysia dalam laporan perkara yang sama pula menyebut Parti KeADILan Rakyat (PKR) diminta tidak meletakkan calon di Kelantan pada pilihan raya umum akan datang bagi mengelakkan pertandingan tiga penjuru dengan Barisan Nasional.

Husam juga berkata, PAS atau PKR mesti memastikan calon dikemukakan benar-benar berpotensi untuk menang bagi mempertahankan kerajaan yang ada sekarang.

“Jadi konsep kita bukan jumlah kerusi antara PAS dan PKR yang perlu dipertikaikan di Kelantan, tetapi potensi kemenangan calon yang perlu dibincangkan,” ujarnya.

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Chances of three corner fights "minimal", says PKR sec-gen
KUALA LUMPUR, Jan 24 (ES) - The opposition is on track to have one to one fights with the ruling National Front (BN) in the next general election, widely expected to be held end February or early March.

"Overall we are in a much much better position than a month ago (to have straight fights against BN)," National Justice Party (Keadilan) secretary general Tan Sri Abdul Khalid Ibrahim said.

During a press conference held at the party headquarters here today, he was however less than certain when asked whether the opposition could ensure that there would be no three corner fights in the next general election.

"Yes, we are working towards that. The chances of three corner fights (however) were higher a month ago but looking at the chances of three corner fights now, - especially in the Peninsular - would be very minimal," he said.

English Section has learnt that three corner fights would be inevitable in several parliamentary and state seats especially after minor opposition parties declared their intentions to join in the fray.

Some 200 parliamentary seats are up for grab in the next general election, with the ruling coalition widely expected to lose more seats this time around after winning more than 90 per cent of parliamentary seats in the last general election which was marred with accusations of polling irregularities.

Abdul Khalid said although there were expectations that negotiations would speed up after the party reached an agreement with the Democratic Action Party (DAP) for seats allocation in the state of Penang recently, he remarked that ongoing negotiations would not be speeded up "unnecessarily" .

Seats allocation with PAS "almost completed", says Abdul Khalid
"I want to get a consensus (at party level) but at the end of the day there is no point of having one to one fights when a percentage of those whose going to vote were put off (by the arrangement) ," he said.

He was also optimistic that the negotiations would be concluded even if the elections were to be held next month: "What we are saying to you is that we have settled the hard one (in the case of Penang and) now it is easier".

He however noted speculations that the election would only be held in May or June. Technically the present ruling government is only required to hold polling next year.

"If that (delay) happened then that would be a bonus to us because (Keadilan de facto leader) Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim will be able to contest," he said referring to Anwar who was barred from taking part in political activities until April this year.

"I will work… my delivery (of the end result) is my bottom line," he said. Abdul Khalid also reiterated the longstanding wish of the opposition to have the polling date fixed well in advance.

On seat allocations with ally Islamic Party of Malaysia (PAS), Abdul Khalid said it was "almost completed".

He said a joint official announcement would be made soon. The opposition is also expected to field its candidates in all constituencies. -Saadon Aksah/ES


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