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    Sibu By-election: DAP Donation Campaign

    Dear comrades & friends,

    Good Afternoon, let's join hand to help with the Sibu By-Election..Appreciate if you can help forward this email to all your friends, relatives, colleagues and anyone you deem can be of help.

    truly appreciate your effort.

    tqvm

    warm regards,

    Carmen Leong
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    ---------- Forwarded message ----------
    From: DAP MP Segambut KL <dapsegambut@gmail.com>
    Date: 2010/4/29
    Subject: Save Sibu By-Election Fund. Pls forward
    To: Carmen Leong <leongooikuan@gmail.com>


    Dear Friends,



    The 10th by-election is over at Hulu Selangor and it is most unfortunate that we suffered a setback amidst the millions of ringgit poured out by the BN government. Nevertheless, our struggle for a Malaysian's Malaysia is now shifted to Sibu Sarawak and we at DAP will lead the challenge. We expect the BN in Sarawak will pour even more resources into maintaining their grip in this by-election.



    Despite that we at DAP still believe we can make a difference and a clear statement that Malaysians from both East and West want and deserve a change. The diverse landscape makes effort to reach out to the voters even more challenging.



    That's where you and me can come in and help. We are appealing to ALL MALAYSIANS to donate generously to fund our effort in Sibu Sarawak. Your funds will be used for the following:

    1) Printing campaign materials

    2) Securing transportation

    3) Organizing road shows, talks, ceramahs

    4) Hiring of AV / PA system

    5) Other expenses in connection to help our team



    We ask you to consider donating RM350 or more for this effort including asking your friends and relatives who believe in our good cause to do likewise. Cheques can be written to DAP MALAYSIA and all donations for DAP can be banked into our Party’s account at any Public Bank branches with reference to our account No. 306 382 8309 or, you can send cheque to:

    DAP MALAYSIA

    No. 24 Jalan 20/9, 46300

    Petaling Jaya, Selangor



    Online donation by credit card can be done here: http://dapmalaysia.org/newenglish/EP...ation_page.htm

    Your love for the nation will definitely make a difference.


    THANK YOU.

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    Lim Lip Eng
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    Re: Sibu By-election: BN Gimmicks

    Insanity is the act of "Doing the same thing over and over again and yet expecting different results."

    Will the Sarawakians ever learn?

    BN in Sarawak is acting like a Colonial Govt, out to exploit the state for everything they can get.

    Fundamentals: Human beings act out of Greed and Fear. When there is lack of fear, politicans become arrogant. Worse, they may acquire a disease called Bodoh Sombong Syndrome (BSS). The only cure is to whack them hard in the head and introduce the fear of God in them. That's what losing elections does to them. And that's what the people of Sibu need to do - Vote for DAP!


    Tajem's message here: Tajem’s message to the Ibans.

    Apparently, this road has been talked about over the past 47 years.

    Tuesday, April 20
    The Kapit-Sibu Road - Is it gimmick?

    The proposal to construct RM700-million Kapit-Sibu Road is not a political gimmick, says Michael Manyin, the newly appointed minister for infrastructure development.

    “We have already the funds to carry it out. And tenders for the first phase will be out by the end of the year,” he said. The first phase is between Ngemah and Song.
    The Broken Shield.


    Sunday, May 2
    THE FIGHT FOR THE SIBU VOTERS

    (This story was first published by The Malaysian Mirror and is reproduced for the readers of The Broken Shield)

    By Joseph Tawie
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    SIBU – The fight for the control of Bandar Sibu between Sarawak DAP chairman Richard Wong Ho Leng and a new comer Robert Lau Hui Yew of SUPP in the forth- coming by-election scheduled for 16 May is expected to generate not only great interest among the public, but one that has many political implications.

    Too much is stake for both sides of the political divide. If DAP is to win it, it will mean SUPP is going to suffer in the coming State election. Likewise, if SUPP is to win it, it will mean, the road to Putrajaya will be closed.

    “If we win this by-election, it is the signal that we are marching towards Putrajaya,” DAP national adviser Lim Kit Siang declared over a dinner in Sibu. He knows that the next target is the other 30 parliamentary seats.

    Currently the Opposition has one seat – the Bandar Kuching seat – to its credit.

    Sarawak which has 31 MPs is being considered the “fixed deposit” of the Barisan Nasional.

    The by-election has been called following the death of the MP for Sibu and deputy minister of transport Robert Lau Hoi Chew on 9 April.

    Nomination day has been set for 8 May.

    After the Hulu Selangor by-election, all the nation’s eyes are now focused on the Sibu by-election as to which party has the support of 54,695 voters, 66% of this total are Chinese voters. The rest are Malay/Melanau voters forming about 17%, followed by Ibans 15% and the rest are Bidayuh, Orang Ulu and Indian voters.

    There are 2,537 postal voters.

    Despite Robert Lau junior being a “greenhorn”, the Barisan Nasional-SUPP is confident that he will retain the seat for the Barisan Nasional.

    “The Prime Minister is impressed with his credentials,” said Sarawak Barisan chairman and Chief Minister Abdul Taib Mahmud when announcing the candidacy of Robert Lau who is a lawyer and a Sibu councillor.

    Some consider the by-election is even more interesting as it is held immediately on the heel of the recently concluded Hulu Selangor by-election in which the Barisan Nasional has reclaimed the seat even though it lost Chinese votes heavily to Pakatan.

    “That is the reason why the by-election has generated so much interest among the politically conscious people, because they are interested to know how the Chinese in Sibu will vote. Will they vote for SUPP or DAP?” asked a political observer.

    And according to the voting trend in the 2008 parliamentary election, only about 40% to 45% of the Chinese voted for SUPP’s Robert Lau. Lau’s victory was due to votes coming from Iban, Malay/Melanau and postal votes.

    Had it not been for these votes, the result of the last election in this constituency might have gone to Wong Ho Leng of DAP who secured 15,903 as against 19,138 obtained by the late Lau – a majority of 3,235 votes.

    Few factors which are going to influence the general voting pattern of the Chinese in the country are UMNO’s support for the “ultra” Perkasa whose aim is to protect Malay rights allegedly threatened by Chinese and others. The other is Deputy Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin’s declaration that he is Malay first and Malaysian second. As such Prime Minister Najib’s 1Malaysia concept appears to be hollow.

    These are some of the factors that have hardened some Chinese to be “anti” Barisan Nasional and this “anti” feeling was clearly displayed in the Hulu Selangor by-election. This feeling may spread to the Sibu by-election and have some adverse implications against the SUPP candidate.

    “This is the reason that makes the Sibu by-election not only interesting, but a very important one as it will determine the degree of support of the Chinese for the Barisan Nasional particularly SUPP,” said a veteran politician.

    He said: “SUPP needs to know this so that it can plan its election preparations accordingly for the coming state election that may be called any time now so that it can recapture the eight seats it lost in the last election.”

    But on the other hand, SUPP has the advantage of huge financial resources and the whole government machinery behind it.

    The announcement last week in Sibu by Deputy Prime Minister of RM200 million is considered to be the first “down payment” to end the perennial flooding that has caused hardship and damage to properties.

    Another RM2 million has also been allocated to five Chinese and mission schools after years of complaints.

    More “goodies” from the Barisan Nasional are expected to be dished out in the days leading to the by-election. And with such “goodies” how can the BN lose in the Sibu by-election? Such “goodies” if they did miracle in the Hulu Selangor by-election, surely will do the same in Sibu.

    From past experiences, Chinese are not easily attracted to such “goodies”. Such being the case, it is obvious, however, that SUPP cannot depend on Chinese votes alone. That will be disastrous. So the most important thing is for the party to go all out not only to maintain the votes coming from the Iban, Malay and Melanau communities, but to increase the votes manifold.

    Needless to say, SUPP will have to work very hard, leaving no stone unturned to ensure its victory. Even though losing and winning the by-election does not change anything, SUPP, however, regards it as the most important barometer to gauge how much support SUPP has from the Chinese especially after they revolted against the party in the 2006 State election.

    “We have to work very, very hard to win this by-election. The victory here is particularly very important for us and I believe Robert Lau Hui Yew, being young, can give us that victory badly needed to present a new image for the party in our election preparations,” said SUPP president George Chan at a recent press conference.

    “I do not know what issues they (Opposition) can raise; to me, there are no more issues, but I do know that the Opposition is capable of manufacturing issues,” said Chan.

    “But this time around I am confident with the support of the federal government in terms of financial allocation the Chinese voters will come back to support us,” said Chan.

    After all, he said, BN and SUPP through the late Lau have done so much to transform Sibu into a modern city.

    On the other hand, DAP is all out to wrest the seat from SUPP. It had done it before in the 1982 parliamentary election and it almost captured it in the last parliamentary election, if it were not because of the postal votes.

    “There is no reason why DAP cannot win this by-election. Nothing is impossible,” said the DAP adviser.

    For the DAP, it has plenty of campaign issues to exploit: education, Chinese schools, floods, land issue, the alleged discriminative policies of the State government against the Chinese, and weak SUPP leadership.

    The fact that none of SUPP’s elected representatives either MPs or assemblymen, dares to raise issues that concern the Chinese community is an issue.

    It is seen that the Chinese community needs the Opposition to do the “barking” like complaining about the failure of SUPP to protect the interest and welfare of the ordinary men on the street, the hawkers and the small time traders and contractors.

    Many of these small time hawkers, traders and businessmen have closed shops or have been declared bankrupt or moved away to other towns due to lack of development, employment and business opportunities in Sibu.

    More over, DAP has been highlighting Taib’s policies that have made the rich becoming richer and the poor becoming poorer, as the State resources – forests, timber and lands – have been squandered and plundered to benefit close family members and cronies.

    SUPP being part of the government is being blamed for such a policy.

    Other than the above issues, DAP together with its Pakatan partners must make some efforts to go to some 100 Iban longhouses in the constituency, where the Ibans not only have been neglected in terms of major development, but have also their native customary rights lands taken away from them.

    Their lands at the Sibentek and Bukit Tanggie areas, once planted with rubber under the rubber planting schemes in 1970s are now under the names of big towkays. Their protests have been ignored.

    While both sides have plenty of issues to talk about and explain to the voters, at the end of the day, the voters will make a decision.The Broken Shield.
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    Re: Sibu By-election: Watch what they say, Mafrel tells EC

    Watch what they say, Mafrel tells EC
    Tue, 04 May 2010 14:44

    By FMT Staff

    SHAH ALAM: Polls watchdog Mafrel today urged the Election Commission not to turn a blind eye on government leaders who are are wooing the Sibu electorate with promises of allocations.

    Its chairman Syed Ibrahim Syed Noh said the blatant actions of these leaders were contradictory to the rules of a by-election.

    He reminded the EC that it was bound by oath to remain independent and carry out its responsibilities as per regulations.

    ‘There is no need for the EC to bow to the Umno-Barisan Nasional leadership. They are suppose to be independent and act in accordance to the regulations,” he said.

    Syed Ibrahim's reminder came in the wake of Prime Minister Najib Tun Razak's fleeting trip to Sibu on Saturday, promising hundreds of thousand ringgit to Sibu voters in his capacity as premier.

    The Sibu parliamentary constituency will see a by-election on May 16 following the death of its MP and deputy Transport Minister Robert Lau on April 9. Najib’s visit on Saturday was in conjunction with nominations which is set for Saturday, May 8.

    Speculations are rife that it would be a tight straight fight between the late Lau’s Sarawak United People’s Party (SUPP) and DAP.

    In the 2008 election five-term MP Lau won the seat with a 3,232 majority in a three-cornered fight with DAP and PKR.

    Noting the tight race, Syed Ibrahim said: “Since the Sibu-by-election is not long away, the promises and pledges are centred around this.

    “We are asking the EC to take note,” he said adding that Najib’s promises could be viewed as baiting votes.

    “We cannot deny that the action is seen as a tempting Sibu residents since it is happening around the time of the by-election,” he said.

    Mafrel said it was not wrong for Najib to go to the ground but the prime minister must be transparent in his actions and not manipulate his visit with the people as a campaign for the by-elections.

    “It does not mean Najib cannot meet the people but it depends on what statements he makes. The EC must monitor this, “ he said. FreeMalaysiaToday....
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    Re: Sibu By-election: Mafrel to ignore EC’s order, will monitor Sibu polls

    Mafrel to ignore EC’s order, will monitor Sibu polls
    Wed, 05 May 2010 11:02

    By FMT Staff

    KUALA LUMPUR: Irrespective of the Election Commission's views, polls watchdog Malaysians for Free Elections (Mafrel) will continue to monitor the by-election process in Sibu.

    Mafrel chairman Syed Ibrahim Syed Noh said the issue of whether there is a need for monitors or not does not arise.

    Mafrel is an independent organisation and we will continue to observe and monitor election processes in the country. The question of ‘no need’ as indicated by the EC does not arise at all,” he said.

    He was responding to a statement by EC's deputy chairman Wan Ahmad Wan Omar that there was no need for Mafrel or similar non governmental organisations to be independent observers for the May 16 by-election.

    He also said that Mafrel had failed to submit any reports of nine previous by-elections.

    Credibility at stake

    However Syed Ibrahim remain unperturbed, saying that it was important for independent bodies such as Mafrel to monitor the by-election.

    There will be many questionable actions during voter registrations, ceramah and other incidences that require monitoring to ensure the the election process is conducted in a fair and transparent manner.

    “The EC should in fact be encouraging Mafrel for filling the democratic space. Mafrel does not need EC’s permission or sanction to monitor the process. We are an independent body.

    “Although we have limited funding resources, Mafrel will send its team to monitor the process from the nomination day (May 8 ) until polling day
    ,” said Syed Ibrahim.

    Meanwhile Mafrel’s credibility came under scrutiny at the Senate sitting yesterday when senator Idris Buang from Sarawak revealed that Mafrel was a RM2 company.

    Accusing Mafrel of deceiving the public, he said the organisation had consistently attacked the EC and the BN, giving the impression that the commission was a BN agent.
    (Admin: Impression? It's known for a fact that the SPR is one of the UMNO War-dogs!)

    He also questioned Mafrel’s source of funding and who it actually represents. FreeMalaysiaToday....
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    Re: Sibu By-election: DAP Donation Campaign

    Najib is playing money politics against the people of Malaysia, using the people's money. We must recognize a corrupt leader for what he is and reject him.

    Sibu Must Save the Country
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    Thursday, 13 May 2010 Super Admin

    The Chinese community in Hulu Selangor has just done it. Najib had offered to give RM3 cash to the Rasa Chinese Primary School on condition that they voted for BN. Despite that tempting offer, over 80% of the Chinese in Rasa voted against BN.

    Kim Quek

    These are the headlines splashed on a Chinese newspaper on May 13 reporting on the Sibu parliamentary by-election campaigns:

    “RM10 million for Chinese primary schools”

    “RM5 million for Chinese independent secondary schools”

    “RM3 million for Christian missionary schools”


    The newspaper was reporting on a grand ceremony where Prime Minister Najib Razak handed over cheques for the above amounts to the respective representatives of these schools.

    Najib said Barisan Nasional was the only “true friend” that Chinese educationists can count on. He further said:

    “Please, I help you, you help me.”

    “It won’t cost you anything to give us what we want. We will do what we should to give you what you want. And you know what I want.”


    In their moment of jubilation over this once-in-a-lifetime titanic windfall of cash for the Chinese and Christian schools, the local community should perhaps ponder these questions:

    · If there was no by-election, would these schools have received any of the above cash?

    · Does anyone have the slightest doubt of what Najib wants from you as a trade off?

    · Was it not absolutely clear to you that Najib was asking for your votes when he gave you the money?


    After pondering over the above events for a few moments, it should not be too difficult for the average person to establish the following:

    1. Najib was trying to solicit for your votes with the above cash hand-out.

    2. The money does not belong to Najib or Barisan Nasional, but to the citizens of the country.

    3. Such impromptu hand-out of cash with the ulterior motive to bribe for votes is an abuse of power in addition to committing corruption.


    Now, what should we do with the Prime Minister who has just committed election bribery as well as abuse of power?

    We can report his offence to the Election Commission and the police for them to take action against him.

    Or we can take legal action like what Pakatan Rakyat leader Zaid Ibrahim is doing over similar offence in the recent Hulu Selangor by-election.

    The first option did not seem to work, as the EC and police have always played deaf and blind to election offences committed by BN leaders.

    The second option did not seem to have made an impression on Najib and his cohorts, otherwise Najib would not have so openly committed the same offence.

    Fortunately, we have the third option which is also the most powerful and the most effective. And that is to cast your votes against those who try to bribe you.


    The Chinese community in Hulu Selangor has just done it. Najib had offered to give RM3 cash to the Rasa Chinese Primary School on condition that they voted for BN. Despite that tempting offer, over 80% of the Chinese in Rasa voted against BN. They would rather sacrifice the much needed cash than to give up their principle.

    And that principle is: votes are not for sale. It is better to forego short term benefits than to destroy our long term interests of struggling for a good government to replace the rotten one, a sample of which has been more than clearly illustrated by the conduct of the Prime Minister himself.

    Granting a victory to BN in Sibu is to endorse the perverted principle that it is legally and morally acceptable to use money and other inducement to buy votes. And that would be the last nail to the coffin that has already virtually buried democracy in this country.

    And so the people of Sibu have the wonderful opportunity of putting a stop to this nonsense and save our democratic way of life from extinction by casting their votes wisely.

    Will Sibuans prove as valiant and as wise as their compatriots in Hulu Selangor? Malaysiatoday....
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    Re: Sibu By-election: DAP Donation Campaign

    Christan voters dun sell the faith!
    A very big THANKS PYWong!
    God bless you and your family!

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    Re: Sibu By-election: Post-election response

    Quote Originally Posted by racheljansz
    Christan voters dun sell the faith!
    A very big THANKS PYWong!
    God bless you and your family!
    Rachel,

    Don't thank me. Thank all right-thinking Malaysians. There were hundreds of Malaysians of all faiths (including many with none. :)) campaigning and helping DAP on the ground as well as from outside. They were united with one clear goal - We must change the corrupt, repressive regime. It's time for BN/UMNO to go.

    Wong Ho Leng won despite all the odds, all the cheating (so far, we have detected 307 Postal Voters who appear on the SPR website as regular voters). Everyone who helped in the victory deserves a big hand.
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    Re: Sibu By-election: Phantom voters

    The SPR Chairman challenged us to show proof of phantom voters.

    Here it is! 307 SPR officers who were allowed to vote as Postal Voters and whose names appeared on the SPR website as ordinary voters. And we have not even begun to look at the Police and Military Rolls yet. They have special id different from ic nos so we won't be able to detect a dual presence through the SPR website.

    We am waiting for DAP to give us the marked-up voter roll to check which SPR officer came and vote on polling day.
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    Re: Sibu By-election: What happened on Polling Night?

    You can track the events here: http://www.facebook.com/Sibu4Change

    Here's what I wrote on Facebook:

    The unsung heroes - the Postal Votes Polling and Counting Team (PACA) from PR. They rejected as much Postal Votes as they could.

    The SPR Presiding Officer ordered a recount. The Election (Conduct of Elections) Regulations 1981 - Contested Elections Clause 25 (13)(b) only allow the Presiding Officer to approve a request for recount by any party if the difference between the largest and 2nd largest votes is less than 2%. It does not allow for a recount where BN majority is almost 80% of the total votes cast. The PACAs protest but the SPR forcibly added back many votes into the BN tray. The PACA's mistake was not to insist on the rejected ballots stamped "Tolak" immediately upon rejection.

    Earlier, the team had successfully pressurised the SPR into admitting that there were double votes given to the SPR officers. And embargoed them from voting.

    Guess what's the total no. of votes that the PACAs saved for DAP -

    Rejected votes: 208.
    Non-returned votes: 190
    Total: 398.
    DAP majority 398
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    Re: Sibu By-election: PR Detected 170 Phantom Voters

    Here's PKR's Zaidi Ahmad's report on the Postal and Phantom Voters. We must stop the practice of Postal Voting System to stop all the abuse and cheating by UMNO/BN.

    This episode clearly shows the power of co-operation among the 4 parties in PR.

    United We Stand, Divided We Fall.

    Message to all the PR leaders: Please put aside your egos and merge for the sake of all Malaysians. If not possible, at least work as an integrated group in activities, policies, general elections and by-elections.


    PKR election agent claims DAP’s majority could have been more
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    Monday, 17 May 2010 Super Admin
    By Clara Chooi, The Malaysian Insider

    A PKR election agent today claimed that the DAP would have won yesterday’s Sibu polls with a majority of at least 1,000 votes if not for alleged discrepancies in postal votes.

    Pahang PKR secretariat director Zaidi Ahmad, who was appointed by the party as the team leader in charge of monitoring the postal votes during the polls, told The Malaysian Insider today that at least 700 more ballot papers for the postal voters should have been rejected.

    “They only allowed the rejection of 208 but we were there and we knew of the irregularities,” he said when contacted today.

    He claimed that the DAP clinched its narrow win because of the Pakatan Rakyat’s team of election observers for the postal votes who had worked hard to ensure that the discrepancies were minimised.

    “When I saw the tally for the regular votes and how DAP was only leading by 2,500-odd votes, I knew that we had to do our best to ensure that we scrutinise the postal votes very carefully.

    “If we had relaxed our vigilance, they would have sailed through and Barisan Nasional would have won the by-election,” he said.

    In yesterday’s polls, the DAP was a hair’s breadth away from losing when its candidate Wong Ho Leng polled 18,845 votes against SUPP’s Robert Lau Hui Yew’s 18,447 and independent Narawi Haron’s 232.

    The opposition party wrested BN’s Sibu fort away with a mere 398-vote majority.

    Zaidi pointed out that this would not have happened if the 208 postal votes were not declared spoilt and the 170 ballot papers for what he claimed were “phantom postal voters” were returned and added to the tally.

    “If you add up the two, you get 398 votes... the exact number of the majority that DAP won with,” he said.

    Zaidi said the 208 postal votes were rejected after discrepancies were discovered on many of the Form 2, which contains information on the identities of the voters.

    “These forms state the names, identification numbers and information about the voters and are supposed to be signed by the voters themselves as well as their witnesses.

    “However, we noticed that there was something wrong with the signatures — the same witness would sign differently on different forms and on some forms, the voters themselves did not even sign them. This means that others had signed on their behalf,” he said.

    Zaidi said that only after persistent complaints from the PR’s election agents, Election Commission officials agreed to consider 208 ballot papers from the postal votes as spoilt votes.

    Of the 2,827 ballot papers issued for postal votes, BN won 2,323 votes, DAP won 70, the independent won 36 while 208 were considered spoilt.

    As such, during yesterday’s vote-tallying process, the announcement of the results was delayed because of arguments over the discrepancies.

    By convention, the tallying for postal votes is usually conducted earlier.

    “In actual fact, there were at least between 700 and 800 postal votes that had discrepancies but the EC disallowed these from being considered as spoilt,” Zaidi claimed.

    He also pointed out another discrepancy in the polling process when people posing as EC workers attempted to cast their votes on polling day yesterday.

    “The EC workers have already registered themselves as postal voters and the postal voting was supposed to have taken place on May 13 and 14. It was suspicious that they appeared on Sunday to cast their votes,” he said.

    He noted that this meant that the ballot papers had been taken out and sold to “phantom voters”.

    “We stopped 170 of them because we how they were dressed and we knew that they were lying.

    “Some of them fled when we asked for their identity card numbers and they never returned,” said Zaidi.

    He said he even had incriminating photos of the purported “phantom voters”, adding that he would post them up online soon.

    “This shows that if the by-election had truly been run properly, DAP could have won with a much bigger majority,” he said.

    Indeed, if Zaidi’s claims prove true and at least 700 more postal votes were rejected as spoilt, DAP could have won yesterday’s polls with a majority of a little over 1,000.

    “We hope the EC explains the discrepancies and the fact that they are not independent agents but they work for the BN,” Zaidi said.

    DAP organising secretary Teresa Kok said that if it had not been for the election agents employed by the PR to monitor the by-election, the BN would have walked away as winners in Sibu.

    “These people were truly the unsung heroes for us,” she said. Malaysiatoday....
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