Thursday, March 6, 2008

Tiga Cerdik Terakhir UMNO Barang Naik

"Salmah Ahmad" salmahumno@yahoo.com

Kini ada 3 orang yang paling cerdik dalam UMNO Baru
iaitu:

1.) Tan Sri Abdul Ghani Patail (Peguam Negara)
2.) Tan Sri Musa Hassan (Ketua Polis Negara)
3.) Tan Sri Abdul Rashid Abdul Rahman (SPR)

Ketiga-tiga orang itu telah bersekongkol semasa
pengisytiharan "Tanda Dakwat" Pilihanraya diBATALkan.

ALASAN pertama MEREKA BERTIGA:
Ada rancangan sabotaj pilihanraya oleh pihak yang
kununnya seludup dakwat untuk tanda jari pengundi
sebelum mengundi, yang akan menyebabkan huru-hara.

JAWABAN pertama BUDAK TADIKA:
Kalau begitu semua bank ditutup dan wang Ringgit
Malaysia mesti diBATALkan kerana ada WANG PALSU
Malaysia dan wang seludup (tanya Ketua Penerangan UMNO
Barang Naik, Mat Md Taib).

ALASAN kedua MEREKA BERTIGA:
Undang-undang dalam Perlembagaan Malaysia tidak ada
peruntukan yang mewajibkan tanda dakwat pada jari
pengundi.

JAWABAN kedua BUDAK TADIKA:
Pada 11 Disember 2007 Parlimen Malaysia telah secepat
kilat meminda rang undang-undang untuk sambung umur
persaraan ahli SPR kepada 66 tahun kerana TS Abdul
Rashid Abdul Rahman sudah melebihi umur 65 tahun.
Peruntukan Dakwat di jari adalah lebih PENTING dan
seMESTInya di UTAMAkan berbanding peruntukan umur
persaraan. Membuktikan SPR memang merancang
konspirasi jahat mahu terus mengHALALkan undi berganda
HANTU-HANTU Barang Naik.

Banyak negara telah gunakan tanda dakwat dalam
pilihanraya seperti Filipina, India dan Afghanistan,
TIDAK PERNAH jadi huru-hara kerana DAKWAT.

Tidak adakah ahli UMNO Barang Naik yang lebih cerdik
dari 3 malaun itu untuk Sabotaj Penipuan Rakyat
Malaysia ???

http://www.malaysia kini.com/ news/79222

Mafrel workers 'withdraw' as election observers
by Fauwaz Abdul Aziz

Several leaders of independent polls watchdog Mafrel
thumbed their noses today at the Election Commission
(EC) over its decision to scrap the usage of indelible
ink by partially handing back their status as
observers for the March 8 polls.

Led by their chairperson Abdul Malek Hussin, they
announced their withdrawal as EC-accredited observers
as a mark of protest against the commission’s
perceived failure to implement the usage of indelible
ink to prevent multiple voting, fraud and voter
impersonation.

EC’s accreditation - granted earlier this year to
about 333 Mafrel volunteers - means they are allowed
to be present and observe the voting process in
polling stations in order to deter or record any
incidence of irregularities or violations..

Abdul Malek said as the decision to withdraw as
observer is his own and not that of Mafrel as an
organisation, no one else in Mafrel who has been
approved by EC to observe the voting process in the
polling stations are obliged to follow suit.

Following Abdul Malek, Mafrel deputy chairperson Syed
Ibrahim Syed Noh and four other Mafrel members today
also handed in their EC-issued observer tags.

Abdul Malek said his decision was on the basis that he
does not want to be seen as legitimising EC’s decision
not to use indelible ink, which goes against Mafrel’s
own recommendations that have been submitted to the
commission on the matter.

He described his move as being based "on the principle
of defending (the need to) conduct a free and fair
election and for the sake of protecting Mafrel’s
integrity."

Goes against Mafrel's recommendations

"As long as the decision to scrap the usage of
indelible ink on voters’ fingers is not reviewed, I
take the decision to withdraw my status as observer,"
he told a press conference in Kuala Lumpur this
afternoon.

"Mafrel strongly protests the decision (by EC) and
stresses that Mafrel will not legitimise a decision
that clearly goes against (its own) recommendations
... pertaining to the use of indelible ink," he added.

Explaining their 'partial withdrawal', Abdul Malek
said they would be carrying out all their other duties
as observers except for being present in the polling
stations.

The EC said yesterday it would not introduce indelible
ink as planned because it had uncovered a plot to
sabotage the polls by using smuggled ink to mark
unsuspecting voters before they cast their ballot,
which would cause confusion.

Deriding this today, Abdul Malek said such logic would
mean all currencies within the country would have to
be taken out due to the presence of counterfeit
currencies.

He also said many countries such as Afghanistan and
the Philippines practice the use of indelible ink
without any problems of so-called counterfeit ink
disrupting the elections there.

Abdul Malek further said that EC’s argument that
current laws do not provide for making the
constitutional right to vote conditional upon voters’
having their fingers marked with indelible ink does
not hold water.

Recounting the ‘speedy’ amendment earlier this year to
the Federal Constitution to extend the retirement age
of EC members to allow its chairperson Abdul Rashid
Abdul Rahman to oversee this year’s general election,
Abdul Malek said provisions for the usage of indelible
ink could have been put in place if EC was serious
about it in the first place, he said.

Disappointed with EC chief

Citing a meeting held earlier today with Abdul Rashid,
Abdul Malek also expressed disappointment that the EC
chairperson had resorted to arguing on the basis of
citizens’ constitutional right to vote as a basis to
reject the usage of indelible ink.

"There’s a big question about the (government’s
protection of citizens’) right to assemble, the right
to association and the right to express one’s views as
guaranteed in the Constitution.

"But when it comes to the implementation of indelible
ink, they come to the trivial argument of the Federal
Constitution, and constitutional rights and
guarantees. Where are all the other fundamental rights
which are part and parcel of democracy?" asked Abdul
Malek.

He also described the representation to EC made by the
Attorney-General and the Inspector-General of Police
to scrap the plan to use indelible ink as amounting to
interference in a matter that is within the power of
EC to decide.

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Daripada Abu Umarah iaitu al-Bara' bin 'Azib radhiallahu anhuma, katanya: "Kita semua diperintah oleh Rasulullah s.a.w. untuk melakukan tujuh perkara, iaitu meninjau orang sakit, mengikuti janazah, menentasymitkan orang yang bersin, menolong orang yang lemah, membantu orang yang teraniaya, meratakan salam dan melaksanakan sumpah."

(Muttafaq 'alaih)

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