Monday, May 6, 2013

Fakta-fakta Menarik PRU13.

Keputusan akhirnya BN - 133, Pakatan Rakyat, yang dianggotai DAP, PKR dan Pas, pula mengumpulkan 89 kerusi Parlimen - menambah tujuh kerusi berbanding lima tahun lalu.

Berikut ialah pemerhatian terhadap keputusan akhir tersebut:

1) Pakatan kehilangan Kedah. Ketiga-tiga negeri PR yang lain - Selangor, Penang and Kelantan - kesemuanya menang dengan majoriti lebih 2/3:

Selangor - Pakatan 44, BN 12
Penang - Pakatan 30, BN 10
Kelantan - Pakatan 33, BN 12

2) MCA hanya tinggal 6 kerusi parlimen (berbanding 15 pada 2008), sementara Gerakan hanya tinggal satu (berbanding 2 ). Kerusi tunggal Gerakan ialah Simpang Renggam di Johor, yang dipertahankan oleh Liang Teck Meng.

3) DAP menambahkan 10 kerusi parlimen, sementara PKR dan PAS masing-masing kehilangan satu kerusi berbanding keputusan 2008.

DAP - 38
PKR - 30
PAS - 21

4) Terdapat 7 kerusi tambahan yang dimenangi oleh Pakatan dari Sabah (2 kerusi) dan Sarawak (5 kerusi).

5) Pengiraan awal menunjukkan secara keseluruhan Pakatan Rakyat telah menang dari sudut menerima lebih banyak undi popular - 50% berbanding 49% (1% lain-lain).

6) 4 orang menteri kabinet tewas. Mereka yang kalah ialah Menteri Pengangkutan Datuk Seri Kong Cho Ha, Menteri Wilayah Persekutuan dan Kesejahteraan Bandar Datuk Raja Nong Chik Raja Zainal Abidin, Menteri Perumahan dan Kerajaan Tempatan Datuk Seri Chor Chee Heung dan Menteri Perusahaan, Perladangan dan Komoditi Tan Sri Benard Giluk Dompok. Diantara timbalan menteri yang kalah ialah Datuk Saifuddin Abdullah, Datuk Puad Zarkashi dan Datuk Lee Chee Leong.

7) Parti Progresif Penduduk (PPP) kalah di semua kerusi yang ditandinginya - satu kerusi parlimen dan empat kerusi parlimen - pada pilihan raya umum ke-13 (PRU13).

Selain tidak berupaya menyingkirkan calon DAP Dr Tan Seng Giaw bagi kerusi parlimen Kepong, parti komponen Barisan Nasional (BN) ini juga kalah di kerusi dewan undangan negeri Kota Laksamana (Melaka), Kota Alam Shah (Selangor), Pasir Bedamar (Perak) dan Guchil (Kelantan).

8) BN tidak mempunyai 2/3 majoriti di negeri-negeri berikut

Perak BN 31 PR 28
Terengganu BN 17 PR 15
Kedah BN 21 PR 15
Negeri Sembilan 22 PR 14

9) Kelima-lima pegawai Datuk Seri Najib Razak kalah di kerusi yang ditandingi mereka pada pilihan raya umum ke-13 (PRU13) kali ini. Mereka ialah dua pegawai khas beliau tewas kepada calon PAS di Kedah, Datuk Shahlan Ismail dan Datuk Latt Shariman Abdullah. Shahlan tewas dengan majoriti 3,935 kepada calon PAS Datuk Mahfuz Omar di kerusi Parlimen Pokok Sena, manakala Latt Shariman pula tewas kepada calon PAS Mohd Nasir Mustafa dengan majoriti 1,044 di kerusi dewan undangan negeri (DUN) Kubang Rotan. Setiausaha Politiknya di Kementerian Kewangan, Datuk Mohd Shafei Abdullah tewas kepada calon PKR, Datuk Dr Tan Kee Kwong dengan majoriti yang lebih besar sebanyak 5,511 berbanding keputusan yang diperoleh pada tahun 2008. Dua lagi pegawai khas beliau yang tewas di kerusi Parlimen adalah Datuk Mohamad Fatmi Che Salleh di Kota Baru dan Datuk Mohamed Suffian Awang di Kuantan.

10) Bekas MB Johor, Abd Ghani Othman dan bekas KM Melaka, Mohd Ali Rustam tewas.

11) PAS berjaya melahirkan anak sulongnya di Melaka melalui kemenangan Dr Khalid Kassim di Dun Bukit Baru.

12) Rakyat tolak politik perkauman Najib & UMNO BN apabila calon dari PERKASA tewas. Veteran Ibrahim Ali tewas di tangan muka baru Nik Abduh Nik Aziz di Pasir Mas dan Zulkifli Nordin kalah teruk di tangan Khalid Samad di Shah Alam.

13) Perak, Kedah, Perlis dan Terengganu tewas selepas kiraan semula dengan peningkatan jumlah kerusi kepada BN setelah kiraan awal PAKATAN menang di kerusi tersebut.
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Komen Anda

81 Responses to " Fakta-fakta Menarik PRU13. "
Anonymous said...
May 7, 2013 at 10:03 AM

FAKTA MENARIK PRU 13 ! Top Pakatan leaders defeated

Several opposition leaders win seats in general election with reduced majorities
KUALA LUMPUR: THE outcome of the 13th General Election on Sunday left Pakatan, especially Pas, suffering from heavy body blows after several of its top leaders were defeated.

Pas deputy spiritual leader Datuk Dr Haron Din lost in the contest for the Arau parliamentary in Perlis to Barisan Nasional's Datuk Seri Shahidan Kassim who won with a 1,371-vote majority.

This was his third try in contesting the seat. He did so in the 2004 and 2008 general elections but lost to BN.

Similarly, Pas deputy president Mohamad Sabu, or Mat Sabu, lost to BN's Datuk Othman Abdul in the Pendang parliamentary seat in Kedah. Othman won with a majority of 2,638 votes.

Pas vice-president Datuk Husam Musa, who took on BN's Datuk Seri Tengku Adnan Tengku Mansor in Putrajaya, was defeated by 5,541 votes.

BN's Datuk Abd Aziz Sheikh Fadzir wrested the Kulim Bandar Baharu parliamentary seat from Parti Keadilan Rakyat, when he defeated PKR secretary-general Datuk Saifuddin Nasution with a 1,871-vote majority.

In Johor, state PKR chief Datuk Dr Chua Jui Meng lost to Human Resources Minister Datuk Seri Dr S Subramaniam (MIC) by 1,217 votes.

In addition, a few PKR top leaders who won their seats received a drop in their majority votes.

PKR adviser Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim retained his stronghold of Permatang Pauh in Penang with a 11,721-vote majority compared to the 15,671-vote majority he received in the 2008 general election.

His daughter and PKR vice-president Nurul Izzah also saw a drop in her majority votes when she retained the Lembah Pantai seat in a contest with Federal Territories and Urban Wellbeing Minister Datuk Raja Nong Chik Zainal Abidin.

This time the majority was 1,847 votes compared with the 2,895-vote majority she received when she defeated Wanita Umno chief Datuk Seri Shahrizat Abdul Jalil in the 2008 general election.

PKR deputy president Mohamed Azmin Ali retained his Gombak parliamentary seat with a 4,734-vote majority compared with 6,867 votes in the 2008 election.




Anonymous said...
May 7, 2013 at 10:16 AM

TAHNIAH PM ! Najib appointed PM, continues agenda to win people's heart

Datuk Seri Najib Razak took his oath of office as Prime Minister today, after receiving the mandate through the Barisan Nasional (BN) which won 133 parliamentary seats in the 13th general election (GE13) yesterday.
The appointment by the Yang diPertuan Agong, Tuanku Abdul Halim Mu'adzam Shah, enabled him to continue the transformation agenda as well as the pledges by his administration to give priority to the people.

But the big task for Najib, 59, as he had admitted as soon as the BN attained the simple majority of 112 seats and defeated the opposition coalition, was to promote national solidarity among the people.

This was because the GE13 saw a change in the political landscape especially when a section of the voters, particularly the Chinese community, had yet to fully accept the 1Malaysia concept.

Besides dominating the Parliament, BN also succeeded in winning back Kedah from PAS and stopped the parties making up the opposition pact from penetrating the BN strongholds.

However, the DAP, PAS and Parti Keadilan Rakyat (PKR) maintained their domination in Penang, Kelantan and Selangor respectively.

The big task, not only for Najib but also the Cabinet to be formed, is to continue to win the hearts and mind of the people to be together with the BN to lift Malaysia as a high-income economy as the other countries in the region are also eager to emerge as new economic nations.

Thus, the political transformation that he desired must be planned properly, especially for Umno which will hold party elections in October as well as the other BN component parties.

The move is crucial in gaining the people's trustworthiness in total if the BN wants to continue to administer the country credibly till the end of the decade.

Najib, who succeeded Tun Abdullah Ahmad Badawi as prime minister on April 2, 2009 defended his Pekan parliamentary seat in Pahang with a bigger majority of 35,613 votes beating the PKR candidate, Mohd Fariz Abd Talib, compared with 26,464 votes in 2008.


Peter Sabahan said...
May 7, 2013 at 10:44 AM

The day after general elections tend to be surreal; fatigue precludes proper analyses, even conversations -- the context of pronouncements and twists, even results get jumbled up.


Peter Sabahan said...
May 7, 2013 at 10:45 AM

A summary of events in the past 48 hours: Barisan Nasional has won another election, side-stepping Pakatan, a grouping that waged a virulent campaign in its bid to take over Putrajaya.


Peter Sabahan said...
May 7, 2013 at 10:45 AM

Instead, for some hours yesterday, there was even doubt if Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim could get to keep the consolation prize of opposition leader after the DAP topped the grouping with 38 seats. There's disbelief, even despair, in the ranks of Pakatan.


Peter Sabahan said...
May 7, 2013 at 10:45 AM

A culture of accountability will see leaders of major political parties resigning, assuming responsibility for failure to unseat their rivals. This explains the presence of a few past leaders and contenders of the top post of the Conservatives in David Cameron's cabinet.


Peter Sabahan said...
May 7, 2013 at 10:45 AM

Datuk Nik Abdul Aziz Nik Mat did not fail in his home state, despite Pas trailing its allies nationwide with 21 seats and suffering the defeats of some of its biggest names, including the No. 2 and a key Anwar ally, Mohamad Sabu or Mat Sabu. Nik Aziz, at 82, however allowed his deputy to be sworn in as menteri besar of Kelantan.


Peter Sabahan said...
May 7, 2013 at 10:45 AM

Anwar has no official post in PKR to vacate or resign from. He is Ketua Umum or de facto leader, perhaps with no key performance index. He is empowered by the party and by Pakatan to concoct tall tales when interviewed by the foreign media. PKR's secretary-general Saifuddin Nasution lost in Kulim Bandar Baharu. Saifuddin was the big winner in the Nov 29, 2000 Lunas by-election.


Peter Sabahan said...
May 7, 2013 at 10:46 AM

Umno survived the Lunas episode. The party has led Alliance, then Barisan Nasional in governing the nation since 1955 while India's Congress Party and Japan's LDP have had their tenures interrupted.


Peter Sabahan said...
May 7, 2013 at 10:46 AM

There are a host of credible reasons for Umno-BN's longevity. One, it is the party that represents the majority of the Malays. Two, Umno has always won the most number of seats partly because it originated from 41 entities, representing a multitude of persuasions and regions. There seems by comparison no lead party in Pakatan. Three, Umno is a party of thinkers and doers, attracting the most outstanding Malays of their time. Datuk Onn Jaafar and Tunku Abdul Rahman were writers.


Peter Sabahan said...
May 7, 2013 at 10:46 AM

They recognised the power of words to effect change. Onn was district officer of Batu Pahat when the idea of an amalgam of Malay associations in Johor and those in other states (in short disparate entities) came up in a conversation with fellow nationalists. The Malays were beginning in those post World War 2 years to orbit, picking up strands such as discussions emanating from within the Fabian Society.


Peter Sabahan said...
May 7, 2013 at 10:46 AM

Tun Abdul Razak was an aristocrat who was acquainted with egalitarian ideals inspired by a belief that people from economically depressed areas and backgrounds could accomplish a great deal.


Peter Sabahan said...
May 7, 2013 at 10:46 AM

Tun Hussein Onn was a graduate of Dehra Dun military academy and went on to read law in London having served as Umno Youth chief. Tun Abdullah Ahmad Badawi comes from a family of ulama.


Peter Sabahan said...
May 7, 2013 at 10:47 AM

Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad has always been writing and offering the clincher arguments in most debates. He wrote newspaper columns, even a book, started a blog and has remained the nation's foremost intellectual without having once sued his critics. It has been a remarkable career.


Peter Sabahan said...
May 7, 2013 at 10:47 AM

Pakatan leaders did not offer to resign yesterday, but Datuk Seri Dr Chua Soi Lek, the president of MCA since March 2010, has announced his impending retirement. He is not seeking reelection when the party chooses its leaders later this year.


Peter Sabahan said...
May 7, 2013 at 10:47 AM

MCA won seven parliamentary seats and 11 states seats and should be represented in the next cabinet which, by the way, has always been representative. It is unthinkable for the Chinese community not to be represented at the highest levels of government.


Peter Sabahan said...
May 7, 2013 at 10:47 AM

A party leader told this reporter during campaigning that MCA is a serious party, the decision to stay out if the party did not do well in this nationwide polls notwithstanding. As such it has to be in the cabinet.


Peter Sabahan said...
May 7, 2013 at 10:47 AM

One sensible option is to appoint MCA members of parliament as members of the administration along with other respected leaders of the community and non-governmental organisations.


Peter Sabahan said...
May 7, 2013 at 10:48 AM

MCA is a party with history, a traditional partner of Umno. Under a new leader, the party could well undergo a rebranding and connect better with the wishes of the community. The performance of grand parties like Umno and MCA should be judged over decades, not in a single election.


Peter Sabahan said...
May 7, 2013 at 10:48 AM

Umno has continued to surpass all expectations and its leader Datuk Seri Najib Razak has delivered an emphatic result this time around. Umno's 88 parliamentary seats match the combined tally of DAP, PKR and Pas (89 seats).


Peter Sabahan said...
May 7, 2013 at 10:48 AM

As an aspirational party that embodies the visions of successive leaders, Umno could, in the period of MCA's rehabilitation, revisit some of the past ideas. Onn had promoted bringing in non-Malays into Umno. The idea did not gain traction, compelling its founder president to leave the party.


Peter Sabahan said...
May 7, 2013 at 10:48 AM

Tun Dr Lim Chong Eu had, in interviews several years ago, spoken excitedly about the idea of associate member of Umno and that he had considered signing up then in 1949 or thereabouts.


Peter Sabahan said...
May 7, 2013 at 10:49 AM

As the biggest winner of this election Umno has the luxury of experimenting. Accommodating non-Malays in Umno could well turn out to be a defining moment of Najib's stewardship of this enduring party.


Anonymous said...
May 7, 2013 at 10:58 AM

kasihan Anwar. Teringin sangat jadi PM. duit da amik, cakap + kempen berapi2.. kempen di sana sini tarmasuk kawan2 di negara asing!! dah kalah, susah pula terima keputusan!! itu ndak betul.. ini ndak betul! yang betul dia saorang sj la..


so, PR jangan angkat sumpah sebagai protes!!


lainkalila, ok? aku tau qasad si anak menteri ini dari kemasukannya dalam ABIM lagi.


Anonymous said...
May 7, 2013 at 1:22 PM

Memang menang la kalau bawa masuk pengundi bangla datang ke sabah,tidak pernah terjadi dalam sejarah peribumi india sabah,

Walau sekali pun dapat di buktikan dengan nyata semasa membuat undi bersama-sama..
Sebab kuasa sepenuh nya di gengam BN sepenuh nya..
kita lihat saja SPR dakwat yg di gunakan setelah pembuang undi kita balik ke rumah cuci dgn air sabun hilang sekejap saja..apa macam bro bukan tipu ka nama nya?

Nda usah cerita jau-jau la di sabah saja boleh di buktikan macam mana warga sabah pergi membuang undi berhadapan berpuluh-puluh dengan rakyat bangla bersama-sama membuang undi..

Apa bn ingat urg sabah nda nampak ka perbuatan melanggar ketelusan pru 13?..
Itu la aku sdh bilang bukan BN nama kalau ndak menipu..
Urg sabah cakap,,..lurus dulu ekor anjing baru telus cakap BN..

Walau PR kalah sekali pun tetapi PR amat bangga dengan politik telus lagi bersih,
dari BN yg menang tetapi banyak penipuan..

KADANG-KADANG YG BENAR ADA BOHONG NYA DARI(BN)
YANG BOHONG ITU ADA BENARNYA DARI(PR)...

BAYUMURNI....


Anonymous said...
May 7, 2013 at 1:29 PM

hakikatnya PR tetap gagal nak menawan putrajaya.


Anonymous said...
May 7, 2013 at 1:30 PM

rakyat masih lagi memberi mandat terhadap BN


Anonymous said...
May 7, 2013 at 2:56 PM

MCA KEEP YOUR SUPPORT FOR BARISAN NASIONAL

Thirteen Pasir Gudang MCA division members resigned from their state government posts yesterday in line with the MCA president's call for the party not to hold office in state and central governments if they win in less than 15 parliamentary seats in the 13th General Election.

Pasir Gudang MCA branch secretary Ang Ah Ngo said the 13 members tendered their resignation at noon yesterday. He said their letters would be handed over to the respective departments.

Those who resigned were members of the Johor Baru City Council, Johor Baru Central municipal council, Pasir Gudang municipal council, two community leaders from the MCA branches in Plentong and Masai, and a hospital visitors' board.

"We came to this decision following the results of the 13th General Election, which we fared worse than the 2008 general election.

"All the members are honouring the promise made by party president (Datuk Seri Dr Chua Soi Lek) who said that no member will hold a federal or state government post if the party secured less than 15 parliamentary seats," said Ang.

He said the decision was not made because of the defeat of its candidate, Tan Cher Pu, in the Johor Jaya state seat.

"We will still continue to serve the community through the party. As MCA members, we have to honour the word of our president.

"We also want to thank the state government and all those who have given us their support. We hope the state government will accept our resignation," he said.

Dr Chua had tweeted after the results of the election that he would not take up any posts in the government. He also said MCA members would do likewise and respect the voters' decision.

In Alor Star, Kedah MCA chief Datuk Chong Itt Chew said they, too, would not accept any political appointments or state government posts.


PRU 14, WILL DO BETTER


Anonymous said...
May 7, 2013 at 2:58 PM

MCA KEEP YOUR SUPPORT FOR BARISAN NASIONAL

The Malaysian Chinese Association (MCA) will stick to its decision not to accept any government post now that they did not do better than the 2008 results, said MCA president Chua Soi Lek.

He said the party EGM had made a resolution that if it got less than the 15 parliamentary seats it obtained five years ago, none of its MPs would take up any government posts, including minister, deputy minister or exco.

MCA won only seven parliamentary seats in Sunday's election.

Dr Chua said MCA would stick to this resolution.

"I can't simply say we will accept posts because we would have to go through another EGM if we want to revoke this."

Dr Chua said he felt disappointed with the Chinese who assumed that the community alone could change the government.

Describing the result as "very disappointing", Dr Chua said it showed a lack of Chinese support for the ruling Barisan Nasional.

"The Chinese really believed that Chinese support can change the government. It will give rise to a situation where the government will be formed by all the races, except the Chinese.

"This is a classic example where Umno strengthened itself by having more MPs. They won big. And DAP, of course, won big. The two-party system in this country has become a two-race system where all the Chinese are in the opposition," he said at the Umno headquarters.

"The Chinese cannot change the government without the support of the Malays and the Indians. This result is very obvious that they have been misled by the DAP."

He said in any case MCA respected the voters' decision

PRU 14, WILL DO BETTER


Anonymous said...
May 7, 2013 at 3:12 PM

Supremo Parti Tindakan Demokratik, (DAP), Lim Kit Siang, menyatakan bahawa keputusan ini tidak harus dilihat sebagai keputusan perkauman oleh orang Cina. Kit Siang cuba menunjukkan keputusan pilihan raya ini merupakan kehendak rakyat Malaysia semata tanpa mahu isu kaum Cina.

Sebenarnya Lim Kit Siang tidak boleh menolak hakikat bahawa ini adalah keputusan politik kaum Cina menolak dominasi politik bumiputera, Islam dan Melayu. Apakah orang Cina akan menyokong Pakatan jika Hadi Awang dinamakan bakal Perdana Menteri Malaysia untuk Pakatan? Tidak!

Jutaan pengundi Cina membuat keputusan mengundi DAP, PKR dan Pas kerana DAP dan Anwar Ibrahim menjanjikan kesamarataan, penghapusan keistimewaan bumiputera dan menjatuhkan kuasa politik terpenting Bumiputera dan Melayu iaitu UMNO.


Anonymous said...
May 7, 2013 at 3:12 PM

Tujuan orang Cina hanyalah untuk menjatuhkan UMNO yang telah selama 55 tahun “menindas” mereka dengan memberi pelbagai keistimewaan kepada bumiputera. Sebab itu kita lihat di kawasan-kawasan majoriti Cina, DAP akan menang dengan puluhan ribu undi.

Jika parti, calon dan khidmat wakil rakyat yang dijadikan alasan pemilihan tentulah pemimpin MCA seperti Datuk Seri Kong Chong Ha tidak tewas di Lumut. Apakah bentuk perkhidmatan dan pertolongan yang tidak diberikan kepada kaum Cina oleh Kon Chong Ha dan Datuk Seri Zambry Kadir. Tapi, kerana mahukan menjatuhkan UMNO mereka memilih untuk “membelasah” Kong Chong Ha.

Kita ambil contoh di DUN Sekinchan, Sungai Besar, Selangor. Apa yang Barisan Nasional tidak bantu mereka selama 5 tahun ini? Sekolah Cina? Bot nelayan? bantuan kebajikan? Malah bila mereka minta cina tempatan sebagai calon juga BN berikan. Akhirnya apa balasan mereka? Mereka beri undi kepada DAP dengan jumlah lebih besar walaupun ADUN Sekinchan Ng Sue Lim tidak memberi apa-apa bantuan kepada mereka.


Anonymous said...
May 7, 2013 at 3:12 PM


Utama
Analisis PRU 13 (2) – Keputusan Yang Anti-Bumiputera, Kita Menanti Tindakan Mohd Najib

May 6, 2013 · 19 Comments
undihantu

Supremo Parti Tindakan Demokratik, (DAP), Lim Kit Siang, menyatakan bahawa keputusan ini tidak harus dilihat sebagai keputusan perkauman oleh orang Cina. Kit Siang cuba menunjukkan keputusan pilihan raya ini merupakan kehendak rakyat Malaysia semata tanpa mahu isu kaum Cina.

Sebenarnya Lim Kit Siang tidak boleh menolak hakikat bahawa ini adalah keputusan politik kaum Cina menolak dominasi politik bumiputera, Islam dan Melayu. Apakah orang Cina akan menyokong Pakatan jika Hadi Awang dinamakan bakal Perdana Menteri Malaysia untuk Pakatan? Tidak!

Jutaan pengundi Cina membuat keputusan mengundi DAP, PKR dan Pas kerana DAP dan Anwar Ibrahim menjanjikan kesamarataan, penghapusan keistimewaan bumiputera dan menjatuhkan kuasa politik terpenting Bumiputera dan Melayu iaitu UMNO.

Tujuan orang Cina hanyalah untuk menjatuhkan UMNO yang telah selama 55 tahun “menindas” mereka dengan memberi pelbagai keistimewaan kepada bumiputera. Sebab itu kita lihat di kawasan-kawasan majoriti Cina, DAP akan menang dengan puluhan ribu undi.

Jika parti, calon dan khidmat wakil rakyat yang dijadikan alasan pemilihan tentulah pemimpin MCA seperti Datuk Seri Kong Chong Ha tidak tewas di Lumut. Apakah bentuk perkhidmatan dan pertolongan yang tidak diberikan kepada kaum Cina oleh Kon Chong Ha dan Datuk Seri Zambry Kadir. Tapi, kerana mahukan menjatuhkan UMNO mereka memilih untuk “membelasah” Kong Chong Ha.

Kita ambil contoh di DUN Sekinchan, Sungai Besar, Selangor. Apa yang Barisan Nasional tidak bantu mereka selama 5 tahun ini? Sekolah Cina? Bot nelayan? bantuan kebajikan? Malah bila mereka minta cina tempatan sebagai calon juga BN berikan. Akhirnya apa balasan mereka? Mereka beri undi kepada DAP dengan jumlah lebih besar walaupun ADUN Sekinchan Ng Sue Lim tidak memberi apa-apa bantuan kepada mereka.

Jentera DAP juga bertindak seperti kongsi gelap menahan orang bukan Cina yang hendak mengundi atas alasan mereka Bangladesh, Indonesia dan India. Mengapa mereka tidak pernah menahan seorang pun Cina yang cuba mengundi.

Berpuluh ribu Cina tidak boleh berbahasa Melayu tetapi tidak seorang pun ditahan kerana disyaki pengundi hantu. Hakikatnya begitu ramai Cina dari Tanah Besar Cina berada di Malaysia bekerja sebagai tukang urut, pelacur, pembantu rumah apakah tidak mustahil mereka ini pengundi hantu jika benar ada “hantu” boleh mengundi?

Mereka menyasarkan kaum lain kerana mereka tahu pilihan raya kali ini membabitkan pertentangan antara kepentingan Cina menentang kepentingan Islam dan Bumiputera.


Anonymous said...
May 7, 2013 at 3:13 PM

Semua undi Cina pergi kepada PKR dan DAP. Tidak banyak yang mengundi Pas biar pun mereka di dalam Pakatan. Sebab itu Pas kalah banyak kerusi.

Sebab apa pengundi Cina tidak undi Pas tetapi undi PKR dan DAP? Sebab mereka melihat Pas seperti UMNO sahaja. Jika Pas dapat kerusi lebih mereka akan berhadapan masalah dan boleh menjejaskan agenda politik Cina mereka.

Kit Siang akan mendakwa Cina menolak BN kerana rasuah, korupsi dan menindas kaum lain. Kita akan kata kepadanya “uncle Kit! F U.” Kalau cina tolak BN kerana rasuah, kerana menindas, kerana penyelewengan mengapa setiap kali kita anjur program berpuluh ribu cina datang? Kalau tidak suka mengapa mahu datang? Jika ini kerajaan rasuah, korup dan seleweng kenapa makan bila kita buat program?


Anonymous said...
May 7, 2013 at 3:13 PM

Timbalan Pengerusi BN Selangor, Datuk Seri Noh Omar dalam sidang akhbar di Bangunan UMNO di sini hari ini berkata, BN Selangor meramalkan kemenangan di banyak kerusi.

“Sebelum ini program-program BN buat untuk masyarakat Cina mendapat kehadiran amat luar dugaan, kita sasarkan kehadiran 5,000 tetapi yang datang sehingga 10,000 orang.

“Waktu berkempen kehadiran pengundi-pengundi masyarakat Cina pada dasarnya seperti menyokong program BN begitu baik sekali,” kata Noh.

Bagaimanapun menurut beliau, pada hari pilihan raya semalam, BN Selangor tidak mendapat undi seperti yang diharapkan.

“Contohnya di bahagian saya walaupun majoriti saya meningkat berbanding 2008, begitu juga DUN Parlimen Tanjung Karang, tapi kami kalah teruk di kawasan majoritinya pengundi Cina. Tak ada satu peti undi pun kita menang di kawasan pengundi Cina.

“Tak ada satu pun yang saya tidak tolong kepada masyarakat Cina. Kita terkejut kita kalah banyak terutama di peti-peti undi Cina.” kata Noh.

Kita kalau benar kita benci orang kerana rasuah, kerana seleweng, kerana zalim tentulah kita tidak akan minta tolong, tidak akan datang majlis dan tidak akan salam dengan orang yang kita benci ini.


Anonymous said...
May 7, 2013 at 3:13 PM

Skandal rasuah Selangor dalam 4 tahun Pakatan jauh lebih besar daripada tuduhan terhadan BN Selangor sejak 50 tahun lalu. Tanah negeri habis menjadi lombong pasir, syarikat-syarikat kerajaan negeri sedang mengadakan REIT bagi menuntungkan ahli politik, skandal Talam hampir RM 1 bilion dalam masa dua tahun. Inikah yang dikatakan Cina benci rasuah? bullshit!

Tidak! Cina tidak benci Noh Omar. Cina tidak benci BN. Tapi Cina sudah ada agenda mahu tukar kepimpinan yang jaga kepentingan bumiputera, Melayu dan Islam kepada kepimpinan Melayu yang diragui moralnya, yang telah melacurkan agama Islam danhak bumiputera.


Anonymous said...
May 7, 2013 at 3:14 PM

Yang tinggal hari ini ialah kepada Perdana Menteri, Dato’ Sri Mohd Najib TUn Razak untuk membuktikan bahawa beliau bersedia membuat perubahan dan memberi keutamaan kepada mereka yang menyokong dasar dan kepimpinan beliau.

Najib mempunyai sehingga September ini untuk membuktikannya! Orang Melayu dan Bumiputera lain mahukan sesuatu yang lebih atas jasa mereka mengekalkan BN dan Najib di persada kuasa.


Anonymous said...
May 7, 2013 at 3:14 PM

Ini bukan rasis! Dalam politik pihak yang menang harus untung lebih. Bumiputera sama ada di semenanjung atau di Sabah dan Sarawak telah membuat keputusan menyokong BN. Kaum bumiputera Sabah dan Sarawak dan Melayu luar bandar membuktikan sokongan kepada BN.

Sekarang kita menanti kesetiaan Mohd najib kepada kita. Jika Pakatan menang pun tempoh hari tentulah kaum Cina yang mendapat untung besar seperti mana berlaku di Selangor. Justeru kaum bumiputera juga berhak untung besar atas kesetiaan mereka ini.


Hidup Di Sabah said...
May 7, 2013 at 3:16 PM

Jentera pilihan raya Barisan Nasional (BN) tidak boleh bersikap 'santai' atau sambil lewa dengan permintaan dan harapan golongan muda terhadap kerajaan, khususnya menjelang Pilihan Raya Umum Ke-13 (PRU-13) tidak lama lagi.


Hidup Di Sabah said...
May 7, 2013 at 3:16 PM

Ketua Puteri Umno Sabah Musliati Moslimin berkata sokongan golongan tersebut terhadap BN amat penting memandangkan golongan belia merupakan 40 peratus daripada jumlah rakyat di negara ini. "Kita juga mesti ingat sistem dan tuntutan sekarang adalah berbeza. Kita (jentera pilihan raya) perlu lebih responsif terhadap golongan muda.


Hidup Di Sabah said...
May 7, 2013 at 3:16 PM

"Semua jentera, khususnya Puteri Umno negeri, harus bergerak ke tahap maksimum bagi memastikan kesiapsiagaan parti menghadapi PRU-13," katanya dalam kenyataan di sini semalam. Musliati berkata jentera pilihan raya Puteri Umno di seluruh negeri telah bersedia sejak lama untuk menghadapi pilihan raya umum pada bila-bila masa sahaja.


Hidup Di Sabah said...
May 7, 2013 at 3:17 PM

Kejayaan Barisan Nasional (BN) mengekalkan kedudukannya pada pilihan raya umum ke-13 (PRU13) semalam, disifatkan sebagai pengiktirafan rakyat terhadap parti itu dalam menerajui kepimpinan negara.


Hidup Di Sabah said...
May 7, 2013 at 3:17 PM

Presiden Majlis Belia Malaysia Mohamed Maliki Mohamed Rapiee berkata dengan kemenangan itu BN diharap dapat memimpin negara ke arah yang lebih baik serta bertindak secara menyeluruh dalam menyelesaikan isu jurang antara kaum di negara ini.


Hidup Di Sabah said...
May 7, 2013 at 3:17 PM

"Dengan kemenangan ini kerajaan perlu melihat secara menyeluruh keperluan dan kehendak rakyat khususnya golongan muda kerana mereka inilah yang akan memantau dan dan menilai sesebuah kepemimpinan secara mendalam.


Hidup Di Sabah said...
May 7, 2013 at 3:17 PM

"Selain itu, kerajaan terlebih dahulu perlu merapatkan jurang antara kaum yang wujud dalam kalangan generasi muda di negara ini kerana ia merupakan halangan utama dalam membentuk perpaduan dalam masyarakat," katanya kepada Bernama ketika dihubungi, di sini, Isnin.


Hidup Di Sabah said...
May 7, 2013 at 3:17 PM

Mohamed Maliki berkata selama empat tahun mentadbir negara, Perdana Menteri Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak berjaya mewujudkan pelbagai program bermanfaat kepada rakyat seperti Gagasan 1Malaysia, Program Transformasi Kerajaan (GTP), Program Transformasi Ekonomi (ETP) dan pelbagai jenis bantuan bagi meringankan beban rakyat.


Hidup Di Sabah said...
May 7, 2013 at 3:17 PM

Namun begitu, beliau menegaskan isu perkauman wajar dikenal pasti dan diselesaikan segera kerana ia akan memberi impak negatif terhadap pembangunan negara.


Hidup Di Sabah said...
May 7, 2013 at 3:18 PM

"Kita harus sedar isu perkauman ada kaitan dengan agenda pembangunan negara. Generasi muda hari ini ramai yang berpecah belah khususnya dari segi ideologi politik, justeru menjadi tanggungjawab kerajaan untuk menangani isu ini agar tidak terus merenggangkan hubungan antara kaum," katanya.


Hidup Di Sabah said...
May 7, 2013 at 3:18 PM

Beliau berkata isu perkauman yang merupakan modal politik pihak tertentu dalam meraih undi sepanjang PRU13 juga merupakan antara perkara yang perlu diberi perhatian serius.


Hidup Di Sabah said...
May 7, 2013 at 3:18 PM

Sementara itu, Presiden Kesatuan Perkhidmatan Perguruan Kebangsaan (NUTP) Hashim Adnan berkata kemenangan BN perlu diterima dengan hati terbuka oleh semua pihak tanpa perlu membangkitkan isu lain yang tidak relevan untuk diperdebatkan.


Hidup Di Sabah said...
May 7, 2013 at 3:18 PM

Katanya, dengan kemenangan itu masyarakat sepatutnya menumpukan fokus kepada agenda pembangunan negara dan menolak sebarang syak wasangka yang cuba memecahbelahkan masyarakat di negara ini.


Hidup Di Sabah said...
May 7, 2013 at 3:18 PM

"Jika kita masih nak berbalah dan asyik tidak berpuas hati dengan keputusan PRU13, kita hanya merugikan masa dan tenaga selain turut mengganggu proses pembangunan negara. Saya harap dengan keputusan yang diumumkan semalam, tiada lagi pergeseran (perbalahan) antara parti.


Hidup Di Sabah said...
May 7, 2013 at 3:19 PM

"Apabila negara aman damai, secara tidak langsung ia turut mendorong pelajar dan generasi muda untuk lebih fokus terhadap tanggungjawab sebenar mereka berbanding mengikut tekanan sesetengah pihak yang mempunyai kepentingan peribadi," katanya.


Hidup Di Sabah said...
May 7, 2013 at 3:19 PM

Hashim turut berharap agar BN akan mengotakan 17 perkara yang disebut dalam manifesto atau aku janji BN demi manfaat dan kemakmuran rakyat di negara ini.


Hidup Di Sabah said...
May 7, 2013 at 3:19 PM

Presiden Kongres Kesatuan Sekerja Malaysia (MTUC) Mohd Khalid Atan pula berkata kemenangan BN harus diterima oleh rakyat secara menyeluruh kerana parti itu jelas dipilih melalui sistem pengundian dan amalan demokrasi yang dijalankan di negara ini.


Hidup Di Sabah said...
May 7, 2013 at 3:19 PM

Katanya, dengan kemenangan BN itu beliau berharap agar kerajaan dapat melaksanakan tuntutan yang telah dikemukakan MTUC sebelum ini selaras dengan agenda transformasi negara.


Hidup Di Sabah said...
May 7, 2013 at 3:19 PM

"Selain itu juga, saya berharap agar kerajaan dapat memberi lebih perhatian terhadap isu-isu yang melibatkan golongan pekerja bagi tujuan menjaga kebajikan mereka (pekerja) kerana mereka ini juga merupakan penyumbang undi terhadap kejayaan BN pada PRU13," katanya.


Hidup Di Sabah said...
May 7, 2013 at 3:31 PM

Pemegang Amanah Yayasan 1Malaysia, Tan Sri Lee Lam Thye sementara itu berharap agar kerajaan atau pembangkang, kedua-duanya dapat menjalankan tanggungjawab mereka dalam memastikan kebajikan rakyat sentiasa terbela.


Hidup Di Sabah said...
May 7, 2013 at 3:31 PM

"PRU13 baru sahaja tamat namun tugas yang segera dan penting untuk kita semua ialah untuk membawa Malaysia ke arah negara yang bersatu dalam menghadapi pelbagai cabaran domestik serta global.


Hidup Di Sabah said...
May 7, 2013 at 3:31 PM

"Sekarang sudah tiba masanya untuk kita kembali kepada kewarasan, menurunkan 'acrimony' (kepedihan) dan bersama-sama demi membangunkan negara walaupun terdapat perbezaan ideologi politik," katanya yang juga seorang aktivis sosial.


Hidup Di Sabah said...
May 7, 2013 at 3:31 PM

PRU13 semalam menyaksikan BN kekal berkuasa dengan memenangi 133 daripada 222 kerusi Parlimen bagi membentuk kerajaan Persekutuan yang baharu.


Hidup Di Sabah said...
May 7, 2013 at 3:33 PM

Kejayaan Barisan Nasional (BN) mendapat mandat besar daripada rakyat pada Pilihan Raya Umum ke-13 (PRU-13) akan melonjakkan keyakinan pelabur ke paras tinggi, kata Datuk Seri Najib Razak.


Hidup Di Sabah said...
May 7, 2013 at 3:33 PM

Perdana Menteri berkata, ini akan memberi seribu rahmat kepada negara dan rakyat.


Hidup Di Sabah said...
May 7, 2013 at 3:33 PM

Najib berkata demikian pada Majlis Sambutan Chap Goh Mei di Pandan Indah, sebentar tadi.


Anonymous said...
May 7, 2013 at 10:17 PM

Penurunan mendadak?


Anonymous said...
May 7, 2013 at 10:34 PM

Memang menarik fakta ini.


Anonymous said...
May 7, 2013 at 10:37 PM

The Barisan Nasional (BN) government has not collapsed simply because most of the Chinese voted for Pakatan Rakyat in the just concluded 13th General Election (GE13), said Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak.


Anonymous said...
May 7, 2013 at 10:41 PM

The prime minister said the reality was that the Bumiputera and Indians were still supporting the BN and gave their mandate to the BN government in GE13 to continue to lead the country.


Anonymous said...
May 7, 2013 at 10:42 PM

although the Chinese vote for the DAP in some areas increased to between 85 and 95 per cent, the BN still prevailed due to the support from Bumiputera and Indians in many other areas for they still believed in the coalition.


Anonymous said...
May 7, 2013 at 10:42 PM

He also dismissed the notion of a large shift in the urban Malay sentiment had contributed to the BN’s declining support for based on fact, the Malay votes in urban areas had increased compared to that of 2008.


Anonymous said...
May 7, 2013 at 10:43 PM

In 2008, Umno won 79 (parliamentary seats), and this time 88 seats, meaning that the Malay votes had strengthened across the country


Anonymous said...
May 7, 2013 at 10:43 PM

the Malay support base had increased even in the urban areas


Anonymous said...
May 7, 2013 at 10:43 PM

On ways to arrest the changing trend in Chinese votes, the prime minister said it would not be done in a hurry.


Anonymous said...
May 7, 2013 at 10:44 PM

An in-depth study and discussions will be carried out with BN component parties


Anonymous said...
May 8, 2013 at 3:51 PM

The United States has recognized Malaysia's election result, calling it the "most competitive" in the Southeast Asian nation's history, despite opposition claims of irregularities in the vote.


Anonymous said...
May 8, 2013 at 3:52 PM

State Department spokesman Patrick Ventrell said the U.S. looked forward to working with the government to be formed by Prime Minister Najib Razak after his coalition returned to power after winning Sunday's parliamentary elections with a diminished majority and despite losing the popular vote.


Anonymous said...
May 8, 2013 at 3:53 PM

Ventrell told reporters in Washington on Monday that the U.S. was aware of concerns about voting irregularities and noted the opposition parties faced significant restrictions on access to the media.


Anonymous said...
May 8, 2013 at 3:53 PM

He said addressing these issues is important for strengthening confidence in the electoral process, and called on all parties "to peacefully respect the will of the voters."


Anonymous said...
May 8, 2013 at 3:54 PM

Belian besar-besaran dalam kaunter berwajaran tinggi membantu melonjak FBM KLCI melepasi paras 1,820 mata pada sesi pagi didorong kemenangan Barisan Nasional dalam Pilihan Raya Umum Ke-13 (PRU-13).


Anonymous said...
May 8, 2013 at 3:55 PM

Penganalisis berkata, pelabur dan pengurus dana memberi tumpuan kepada saham CIMB Bank, SapuraKencana Petroleum dan Gamuda pada sesi dagangan pagi.


Anonymous said...
May 8, 2013 at 3:55 PM

Penanda aras FTSE FBM KLCI, bagaimanapun menurun kepada paras 1,747.79 pada penutup sesi tengahari, meningkat 53.02 mata berbanding penutup Jumaat, selepas dibuka 76.85 mata lebih tinggi kepada 1,771.62.


Anonymous said...
May 8, 2013 at 5:18 PM

Adakah tidak mungkin bahawa ini bukan tsunami Cina atau cauvinisme kaum, tetapi tsunami Malaysia yang berpaksikan aspirasi dan realiti baru, khasnya di kalangan pengundi muda?

Walaupun BN berjaya merampas semula Kedah, tetapi kekuatannya dalam semua DUN merosot. Ia hampir-hampir kehilangan Terengganu dan menyerahkan banyak kerusi kepada PR di semua negeri.


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