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    SPR: Waspada dengan muslihat NGO 'ajaran sesat'

    is he talking about Tindak Malaysia?

    Tindak Malaysia's response: http://bit.ly/PR24AjaranSesat

    SPR: Waspada dengan muslihat NGO ‘ajaran sesat’


    Dhia Daniel

    February 20, 2013


    Pengerusi SPR Tan Sri Abdul Aziz Mohd. Yusof mendapati ada segelintir kumpulan NGO tertentu yang cuba mengelirukan pengundi bertentangan dengan syarat yang ditetapkan oleh SPR.
    KUCHING: Suruhanjaya Pilihan Raya (SPR) mengingatkan pengundi supaya berwaspada dengan muslihat sekumpulan badan bukan kerajaan (NGO) tertentu yang mungkin akan menyebabkan undi terbatal.

    Pengerusi SPR Tan Sri Abdul Aziz Mohd. Yusof merujuk perkara itu, kerana mendapati ada segelintir NGO tertentu yang cuba mengelirukan pengundi bertentangan dengan syarat yang ditetapkan oleh SPR.

    Sebagai contoh, katanya, kumpulan NGO berkenaan menasihatkan pengundi untuk menyemak status tempat mengundi masing-masing di barong parti politik sedangkan sebenarnya mereka harus menyemak status tersebut di barong SPR sahaja.

    Bagaimanapun, tambahnya, insiden membabitkan kumpulan NGO yang dianggap membawa ‘ajaran sesat’ berhubung prosedur atau peraturan mengundi, belum lagi dikesan di negeri ini.

    “Atas sebab itu, saya mahu mengingatkan pengundi serta petugas pilihan raya agar peka dan sentiasa berwaspada dengan muslihat segelintir kumpulan NGO yang dikatakan tidak bertanggungjawab.

    “Namun begitu, saya ingin mengucapkan terima kasih kepada NGO yang mengajar mereka (pengundi dan petugas) tentang sistem pilihan raya mengikut prosedur dan undang-undang yang ditetapkan oleh SPR,” katanya.

    Beliau berkata demikian ketika ditemui media selepas merasmikan taklimat ulangan bagi pegawai pengurusan dan penguatkuasa bagi pilihan raya umum (PRU) di sebuah hotel terkemuka di sini, pagi tadi.

    Abdul Aziz berharap kumpulan NGO yang diberi tanggungjawab untuk membantu SPR dalam memberi latihan agar tidak membawa peraturan yang salah kepada pengundi sebaliknya mereka perlu mengikut syarat yang ditetapkan SPR.

    `Ajaran sesat’

    “Jangan ada ajaran sesat yang boleh mengelirukan pengundi. Kalau ada ajaran seperti ini, pengundi dinasihatkan untuk tidak menerimanya,” tegasnya.

    Dalam perkembangan berkaitan, beliau memberitahu, sejak Isnin lalu SPR menerima 2,655 permohonan daripada rakyat Malaysia yang menetap di luar negara untuk mendaftar sebagai pengundi pos pada PRU ke-13.

    Daripada jumlah tersebut, katanya, seramai 2, 636 dikategorikan layak, manakala permohonan selebihnya ditolak atas sebab-sebab tertentu.

    “Daripada jumlah tersebut, 618 permohonan diterima daripada rakyat Malaysia yang menetap di Australia, United Kingdom (473), Amerika Syarikat (203), China (151), Qatar (124), Emiriyah Arab Bersatu (102), Arab Saudi (90), Jerman (81), New Zealand (74) dan Jepun (59).

    “Walau bagaimanapun, saya berharap permohonan ini akan bertambah dari semasa ke semasa sehingga hari pembubaran Parlimen,” katanya.

    Selain itu, Abdul Aziz berkata, kira-kira 2,600 lagi pelajar Malaysia dan penjawat awam yang tinggal di luar negara merupakan pengundi yang layak mengundi secara pos tanpa perlu membuat permohonan.
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    SPR bimbang ‘ajaran sesat’


    by Sandy Mark Luna. Posted on February 20, 2013, Wednesday

    KUCHING: Pertubuhan bukan kerajaan (NGO) yang membantu Suruhanjaya Pilihan Raya (SPR) membuat latihan kepada petugas atau pengundi diingatkan agar mengikut panduan sewajarnya.

    Menurut Pengerusi SPR, Tan Sri Abdul Aziz Mohd Yusof, walaupun usaha NGO terbabit untuk membantu dari segi latihan dialu-alukan, namun beliau khuatir ia bertentangan dengan prosedur dan undang-undang ditetapkan SPR.

    “Saya agak bimbang kerana ada kumpulan tertentu yang mengajar bertentangan dengan kaedah diajar SPR.

    “Sebagai contoh, penggunaan dakwat kekal ini secara dicalit menggunakan berus khas oleh petugas SPR selepas kertas undi diberi, tetapi ada ajaran sesat yang mengatakan ia akan dicelup selepas meng-undi… ini tidak boleh diterima,” katanya.

    Beliau berkata demikian pada sidang media Taklimat Ulangan bagi Pegawai Pengurusan Pilihan Raya dan Ketua Pasukan Penguatkuasaan Kempen PRU13 di sini, semalam.

    Hadir sama Pengarah SPR Negeri Datu Takun Sunggah.

    Aziz berkata, kertas undi tidak mendedahkan identiti pengundi melainkan saluran mengundi yang boleh dikesan menerusi nombor siri pada kertas tersebut.

    “Siapa yang mengambil se-suatu kertas undi berkenaan tidak akan dapat dikesan, melainkan kerani yang meng-edarkannya mencatat sesuatu pada kertas tersebut.

    “Tetapi kita telah mengeluarkan arahan, kerani tidak boleh membawa sebarang alat tulis dan jika pengundi ternampak mereka mencatat sesuatu pada keratan kertas undi, mereka boleh menegurnya,” katanya.

    Sementara itu, Aziz turut mengingatkan pegawai pengurus (RO) agar tidak menyebelahi mana-mana parti politik bagi mengelak sikap berat sebelah atau perkhidmatan mereka akan ditamatkan tanpa ter-agak-agak.

    Kes seperti ini walaupun ti-dak berleluasa namun ia pernah dikesan di Terengganu dan diakui oleh pegawai tersebut, ujarnya.

    “RO hendaklah tidak berpihak kepada mana-mana parti. Kita tidak mahu nanti RO ini lebih kepada sama ada BN ataupun parti pembangkang,” katanya.

    Ketika diminta mengulas mengenai isu Senator Nicholas Xenophon atau Nick yang dikatakan akan menjadi salah seorang pemerhati pilihan raya, Aziz memberitahu perkara itu adalah mustahil kerana Nick lebih kepada pembangkang.

    “Seseorang pemerhati juga tidak boleh mewakili parti politik tertentu tetapi hendaklah ‘independent’ (berkecuali),” katanya.
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    SPR: 'Ajaran Sesat' - EC denies claims it can identify voters’ choice of candidates

    EC denies claims it can identify voters’ choice of candidates


    MARCH 21, 2013
    IPOH, March 21 – The Election Commission (EC) has rejected claims by some quarters that it can identify candidates picked by voters in the coming general election.


    Its deputy chairman Datuk Wan Ahmad Wan Omar assured that the vote of each voter is a secret.


    “EC clerks at polling centres are disallowed from writing down numbers or anything. This is the law,” he told reporters after briefing election returning officers, enforcement chiefs and the Perak police chief, here today.


    Wan Ahmad said the clerk will check the name and confirm that the individual is a voter before staining the finger with ink and giving the ballot paper.


    “Each book has 50 ballot papers and they will be given by sequence. Voters cannot pick the ballot papers as it is against the law and regulation.


    “The ballot papers have serial numbers. For example, the serial number 100 is unique and is used for a specific polling stream.


    “This is to prevent voters from one stream to take the ballot papers and cast votes at another stream.”


    Wan Ahmad stressed that nobody will know the candidates chosen by the voters.


    “Voters can come to the polling centres at anytime as they are open from 8am to 5pm on polling day.


    “As such, there is no way of matching the voters with the ballot papers.”


    He advised political parties and non-governmental organisations (NGO) not to confuse voters by spreading false information. – Bernama

    ......................................

    Sin Chew Daily

    旺阿末:禁在票根做記號‧投票絕對保密



    2013-03-21 18:14



    (雪蘭莪‧八打靈再也21日訊)你曾在全國大選投過票嗎?不管答案有或沒有,請牢記,投票是秘密的,在領取 選票時,勿讓選舉書記在你的選票、選票票根及選民冊名字旁,寫上任何符號。
    不斷有傳言指一名選民投票後,有心人士如果要知道選民投票取向,可以通過檢閱選民冊和選票編號曉得,不過選 舉委員會駁斥相關說法,並強調現有的制度,絕對保障投票的秘密性。

    選舉委員會副主席拿督旺阿末表示,如果有人指投票不秘密,是作出相關指控的人不瞭解整個選舉過程,進而想要 誤導民眾。
    “這全是謊言,他不瞭解投票過程及法律,沒有任何一名選舉工作人員獲准在選民冊及選票票根上,寫上任何字眼 。"
    根據長期觀察選舉的非政府組織行動大馬(Tindak Malaysia)的說法,每張選票上會有編號,方便選舉工作人員,通過撕剩的票根,知道已派發多少張選票 。
    至於選民冊上,則有選民序號,當一名選民領取選票後,其在選民冊上的名字,將被劃線,證明已投 票。
    旺阿末說,沒有人曉得一名選民是否會依據選民冊上的序號前往投票站投票,選民冊名字旁列下序號,只是方便工 作人員知道該選區共有幾名選民。
    也就是說,一名選民的序號和選票的編號是不一樣的,而經過計算的選票和已劃線的選民冊,是分開封密存放,且 日後若無選舉訴訟,則相關使用過的選票,將在選後4個月至8個月內銷毀。
    行動大馬負責人黃炳耀提醒選民,在領取選票時,記得檢查選票是否有被做上任何記號,若有要馬上要求換一張新 選票。
    “選民也要留意選舉書記,是否有在選民冊名字序號旁或選票票根上,寫上號碼,如果有,要立即向在場的選舉管 、監票員作出投訴。"
    【大事件:誰主布城?】
    (星洲日報‧報道:盧慧菁)






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    SPR: Impossible to vote twice even with double registration

    SPR: 'Ajaran Sesat' - Some parties giving wrong info on voting process

    This article is an interesting exercise in analysing psychological warfare tactics. Read below.

    The EC can do better than this.

    EC: Some parties giving wrong info on voting process

    Friday March 22, 2013

    IPOH: Several political parties and non-governmental bodies have been providing people with wrong information about the entire voting process, said deputy Election Commission chairman Datuk Wan Ahmad Wan Omar.



    Labelling it as “ajaran sesat (misleading information)”, he said the EC had received news that some groups were giving such misinformation during their ceramah.


    [A typical psywar tactic to tar their opponents using an emotive term which has essentially no substance. A responsible person should identify the NGO's, the instances of deviation, the particular law or regulation that is violated and what is the correct teaching.]
    “There are voters who come to the polling stations and question certain procedures. But we are merely acting based on rules and regulations. So, voters should follow the necessary instructions, procedures and laws for the general election.


    But we are merely acting based on rules and regulations.



    [Admin: A very bland statement designed to mislead those who don't spend the time to read the rules and regulations. We do. We studied all the laws and regulations in great detail to identify where the deviations are. So following the instructions, procedures and laws in combination is to be misled. The whole system is designed for cheating.]



    “It only takes three minutes for a person to vote, unless he or she creates chaos and refuses to follow instructions,” he told reporters after chairing a special session with election and police officers in the state here yesterday.


    [Obviously, the Deputy EC Chairman has been misled by his staff. There are 700 voters in a polling station, 9 hours from 8am - 5pm, meaning a voter only gets 0.77 minute. How do you squeeze 3 minutes inside 0.77 minute?]

    He also warned voters not to create problems at polling centres, adding that voting was a simple process.


    [It is a simple process made complicated by the EC inserting the indelible ink process before voting. This creates problem of delay, smudging of the ballot paper, confusion and extra cost to employ an extra clerk. In most countries overseas, inking is carried out AFTER voting. We don't understand why the EC insists of making a simple process complicated.]


    The EC, stressed Wan Ahmad, had nothing to hide when it came to the election process, pointing out that 17 NGOs had been appointed as observers for the polls.


    [Whenever officials insist they have nothing to hide, we know that is precisely what they are trying to do. It is a pathological reflexive action which they are unable to stop. It is like the crook insisting to all and sundry that he's honest.]

    “These are professional and credible NGOs, who will be monitoring the entire election process. So, what else is there to question?


    [Again, a typical psychological trick using a proxy to give credibility to their actions.]


    “Besides, we are also allowing observers from foreign countries. The EC is doing its level best to ensure the highest level of transparency when it comes to the election process.


    [Using ASEAN countries like Myanmar does not inspire much confidence. They should invite bodies like the Commonwealth, EU, US, Australia, IFES, UNDP. But then again, the EC is not known for guts, only for bluster.]

    “If there are people who don't follow rules and regulations, leading to a dirty election, it will be not due to the EC or the process but because there are those with bad intentions.”


    [Again, unsubstantiated emotive statements which essentially is meaningless.]
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    Is he admitting that there is double-registration?

    Yes, he did! "
    Earlier today, EC chairman Tan Sri Abdul Aziz Mohd Yusof confirmed the existence of such dual registrations in the commission’s records but gave his assurance that in Election 2013, it would be impossible for any individual to vote twice due to the use of the indelible ink." TheMalaysianInsider 23rd Mar 13.

    EC: ‘Impossible’ to vote twice even with double registration


    BY MOHD FARHAN DARWIS
    MARCH 23, 2013


    BENTONG, March 23 — Multiple voting in Election 2013 would be “impossible” with the use of indelible ink, Election Commission (EC) chairman Tan Sri Abdul Aziz Yusof said today, claiming this would be the case even if a voter is wrongfully registered twice in the electoral roll.


    Abdul Aziz(picture) said EC was also trying its level best to ensure that no voter is registered twice on the roll and if such a discrepancy is spotted, the individual’s name would immediately be removed.


    “But even if the EC accidentally overlooks this.... the individual can only vote once because of the indelible ink,” he told reporters after a function at Colmar Tropicale Berjaya Hills in Bukit Tinggi here.


    He was responding to allegations that the controversial pro-Umno blogger “Papa Gomo” is registered twice in the electoral roll — once using an old police identity card number and a second time using his civilian IC.


    Abdul Aziz said if a voter with dual registration turns up on polling day, the usual practice would be for the EC officer to approach the individual.


    “But usually, they wouldn’t come to vote,” he said.


    On the allegation against “Papa Gomo”, Abdul Aziz said the EC and the Royal Malaysian Police (PDRM) were still verifying the claim.


    At a press conference yesterday, PKR strategy director Rafizi Ramli alleged that “Papa Gomo”, believed to be one Wan Muhammad Azri Wan Deris, is registered as a voter in two parliamentary constituencies — Ampang and Wangsa Maju — based on the party’s check on the EC’s website using Papa Gomo’s civilian IC number and a police IC number purportedly belonging to him.


    But in a twist of events, the holder of the IC used by Rafizi to check on Papa Gomo’s records came out to deny that he was the controversial blogger.


    Wan Muhammad Azri claimed instead that he is the chief executive of a media firm and was never a policeman.


    “Saya nak maklum bahawa nama saya adalah Wan Muhammad Azri Wan Deris, kad pengenalan 8301210350** dan merupakan Ketua Eksekutif KL POS Media & Production Sdn Bhd.


    “Saya tegaskan di sini bahawa saya bukan blogger Papa Gomo seperti didakwa pembangkang,” he was quoted as saying in an SMS to Malay daily Sinar Harian.


    [Translation: I would like to state here that my name is Wan Muhammad Azri Wan Deris, identity card number 8301210350** and I am the chief executive of KL POS Media & Production Sdn Bhd. I stress here that I am not the blogger Papa Gomo as alleged by the opposition.]


    According to the daily, Wan Muhammad Azri also denied Rafizi’s claim that he was a “phantom voter”, pointing out that he had never once voted before.


    “Macam mana (boleh jadi) pengundi hantu sedangkan saya belum pernah mengundi lagi. PRU12 (Pilihan Raya Umum ke-12) saya belum ada kesedaran untuk mengundi.


    “Sekarang, saya daftar mengundi di Parlimen Wangsa Maju dan tidak pernah mendaftar untuk mengundi di mana-mana tempat selain Wangsa Maju,” he was quoted as saying.


    [Translation: How could I be a phantom voter when I’ve never voted before. During the 12th general election, I did not have the awareness to vote. Now, I am registered as a voter in the Wangsa Maju parliamentary seat and I have never registered elsewhere before.]


    On Thursday, Anwar’s lawyers filed a defamation suit against Papa Gomo, with the opposition leader seeking RM100 million in damages and an injunction to stop the blogger from republishing allegedly defamatory accusations.


    In the statement of claim, the blogger was identified as Wan Muhammad Azri Wan Deris, with a civilian IC number and an address within the Wangsa Maju constituency that Rafizi had referred to. No police IC number was mentioned in that document.


    In the court document, references were made to three blog postings — with the first one posted last Saturday — by Papa Gomo that contained allegedly defamatory words and photographs.


    Anwar has denied being the man in the photographs, claiming that it was a “disgusting political gimmick by Umno”.


    Anwar’s lawyer N. Surendran had on Tuesday alleged that Papa Gomo has “close ties” with Umno, while also saying that the photographs were fake and were used by Anwar’s political enemies to tarnish the opposition leader’s image ahead of Election 2013.
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    Ajaran Sesat Demo

    13th Apr 2013 2pm - 6pm

    Mosaic Community Studio
    S20, Centrepoint Bandar Utama
    Lebuh Bandar Utama
    47800 Petaling Jaya.

    An invitation to the SPR Chairman to review Tindak Malaysia's training programme to see which parts are 'ajaran sesat'. We look forward to their participation.

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    Tindak Malaysia's response in FreeMalaysiaToday:
    Dear YM Tunku Abdul Aziz,


    Since you have specifically accused Tindak Malaysia of planning to create chaos, can you do us the honour to grace our Demo session on election training at 2pm - 6pm on Sat 13th Apr at S20, Mosaic Community Studio, Bandar Utama Centre Point, http://goo.gl/maps/8uE5G. It's a 4 hour session. We have also invited the SPR Chairman and Deputy Chairman. And if they are too "busy" to turn up, to send 2 experts instead. One in Election Law and the other in operations. The Press have also been invited.


    My email and mobile no is shown below in case you find that you have not been inflicted by a bout of "busyness" and decide to show up.


    We promise to give you time to demonstrate how randomization will create chaos. Who knows? Maybe you will decide that randomization is the way to go.


    Thank you for bringing this to the public attention. We couldn't have done a better job than you.


    pywong


    Tindak Malaysia


    pywong@tindakmalaysia.com
    Mobile: 012-2149322



    Bersih, Pakatan accused of using dirty tactics



    Alyaa Azhar
    | April 10, 2013

    Former Transparent International-Malaysia president Tunku Aziz claims election agents and voters have been trained to create chaos on polling day.
    PETALING JAYA: Former Transparency International-Malaysia (TI-M) president Tunku Abdul Aziz Tunku Ibrahim today urged Bersih and Pakatan Rakyat to state their stand on the purported strategies designed to create “chaos” on polling day.


    “We have received related documents that appear to indicate that there are plans by certain parties to disrupt the 13th general election by creating chaos and besmirching the Election Commission [EC] to undermine the public’s confidence in the integrity of the democratic electoral process.


    “Training sessions, known as PACABA, have been conducted for polling and counting agents by the NGO Tindak Malaysia. One particular aspect of such training sessions is to teach the voter to guard the secrecy of his or her vote,” he said.


    He further claimed that people are being trained to demand for random ballot paper in order to guarantee the secrecy of their votes.


    Tunku Aziz said asking for random ballot paper means that a voter will demand for a ballot paper from the middle or bottom of the pile and not the one on the top.


    “The people attending such training are encouraged to challenge the election clerks on duty of committing an electoral offence if they refuse to issue a random ballot to the voter, while polling agents have been trained to support such a request by the voter.


    “These people are specially trained to cause trouble and when the police have to intervene and remove the people involved, this would make it look like the election is dirty and video recordings of such instances will attract a lot of international attention,” claimed Tunku Aziz.


    He said that such training sessions have been conducted at various places, in “certain state-owned venues under the administration of the Pakatan state governments.”


    “They are teaching people to make a mockery of the democratic system. These are also strategies to demonise the EC and to make Malaysia look like a country run by a bunch of dictators.


    “We have also seen an internal PKR document dated Dec 15, 2012 which lists out various steps to create chaos and dissatisfaction against the EC on polling day by raising repeated protests at the polling station so as to cause the other voters waiting in the queue to be unhappy and dissatisfied with the EC,” he said.


    Negative perception


    He said this is to delay the entire voting process thereby causing long queues at certain designated polling stations.


    “All these are designed to cast a negative perception on the EC and stir public outrage against the EC, bringing it into disrepute.


    “The PKR document and what that has been promoted by Tindak Malaysia show how easily chaos can be created at polling stations on polling day,” he said.


    Tunku Aziz also urged Bersih co-chairperson S Ambiga to state her stand in the issue.


    “Ambiga should make a declaration as to her involvement or otherwise in this. She should come out in the open and say whether she is a part of it or not.


    “Also, since Tindak Malaysia by its own admission works with Bersih and Bersih is also known to be close to leaders from the Pakatan Rakyat coalition, we want to ask Bersih: does Bersih condone such training sessions insisting on randomisation of ballot papers by Tindak Malaysia?


    “If yes, has Bersih ever made this one of its demands for electoral reforms to the EC? If not, is there a hidden agenda?” he asked.


    The former DAP vice-chairman and senator also challenged all political parties to state their stand on the randomisation of the ballot paper.


    “Randomisation of the ballot paper has never been an issue in all the past 12 general elections. Such an attack against the integrity of an institution like the EC is totally uncalled for and tantamount to undermining the entire democratic and electoral process of this country.


    “We challenge all political parties participating in the election to sign a public declaration that they will not under any circumstances be involved in any move to disrupt the electoral process on polling day,” he said.
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    Thursday, April 11, 2013 | Last updated at 9:4 AM
    PKR, groups 'plotting to cause chaos'


    RAHMAH GHAZALI AND ALIZA SHAH | news@nst.com.my[/EMAIL] 0 comments

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    LEAK: Tunku Aziz claims party document stated steps to disrupt voting process


    PETALING JAYA: FORMER DAP leaders have alleged that Parti Keadilan Rakyat (PKR) is working "hand-in-glove" with Bersih and a non-governmental organisation called Tindak Malaysia to cause chaos during polling day on May 5.


    Former DAP vice-chairman Tunku Abdul Aziz Tunku Ibrahim said they gleaned the information from a PKR internal document dated Dec 15 last year, which listed out various steps to cause chaos.


    "They will do this by raising repeated protests at the polling station, no matter how frivolous and unreasonable, so as to cause other voters waiting in the queue to be unhappy and dissatisfied with the EC (Election Commission) in conducting the polls.


    "It is also designed to delay the entire voting process, thereby causing long queues and congestion at certain polling stations," he alleged here yesterday.


    The document revealed that chaos would be anticipated at several hot seats, including Gombak, Lembah Pantai, Permatang Pauh, Setiawngsa, Pandan and Wangsa Maju. One particular aspect of the plan, claimed Tunku Aziz, was to teach voters how to guard the secrecy of their vote by demanding for different ballot papers if there were serial numbers that could be used in their identification.


    "The people attending such training are encouraged to be vocal and challenge the election clerks on duty, as well as the presiding officer, by accusing them of committing an electoral offence if they refuse to issue a random ballot to the voter.


    "When one puts this apparent PKR document together with what has been promoted by Tindak Malaysia in its training sessions, we can see how easily such 'chaos' and 'disruptions' will occur at the polling stations."


    Present at the press conference were former DAP publicity secretary Tan Tuan Tan and MIC strategy chairman Datuk R. Ramanan.


    Tunku Aziz also challenged all political parties to sign a declaration that they would not be involved in unruly activities on the polling day.


    "Today (yesterday), we will send out invitations to all party presidents, including Barisan Nasional, PKR, DAP and Pas, or any of their representatives to sign this declaration on April 13, Saturday, at noon in this hotel."


    Attempts to get Bersih co-chairman Datuk S. Ambiga and PKR vice-president N. Surendran for comments were unsuccessful.
    Former DAP vice-chairman Tunku Abdul Aziz Tunku Ibrahim (centre) inviting political parties to sign a declaration that they will not be involved in unruly activities on polling day. With him are former DAP publicity secretary Tan Tuan Tan (right) and MIC strategy chairman Datuk R. Ramanan. Pic by Surianie Mohd Hanif




    Read more: PKR, groups 'plotting to cause chaos' - General - New Straits Times http://www.nst.com.my/nation/general...#ixzz2Q73b2kUZ
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    Updated: Thursday April 11, 2013 MYT 1:13:48 PM

    GE13: Former DAP leader Tunku Aziz claims NGO training voters to create trouble on polling day


    By P. ARUNA




    Tunku Abdul Aziz Ibrahim
    PETALING JAYA: A former DAP leader has alleged that a non-governmental organisation (NGO) is training people to create trouble on polling day.


    Tunku Abdul Aziz Ibrahim, a former DAP vice-chairman, claimed the NGO was conducting seminars, urging voters to demand random ballot papers.


    He claimed at a press conference Wednesday that the NGO, during these training sessions, was telling voters that their votes would not be confidential if they accepted the ballot papers given to them, due to the serial numbers on the documents.


    "They are training voters not to accept the ballot papers given to them by the clerk but to demand for a random ballot paper.


    "If refused by the clerk, the voters are told to keep insisting and then, to possibly create chaos," he said, adding that other organisations were believed to be working closely with the NGO in conducting the training sessions.


    He claimed that polling agents were also involved in the training and would "help" these troublemakers by supporting the voters' demands for random ballot papers.


    The aim of this, he said, was to cause trouble, delay the voting process and create tension among the other voters to create an impression that the Election Commission was acting unfairly by refusing to give out random ballot papers.


    Tunku Aziz added that they would be sending out an invitation to the heads of all political parties to sign a declaration this Saturday, that they would not "directly or indirectly be involved in any move to disrupt the electoral process on polling day".


    The 13th general election will be held on May 5.
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