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官方成绩:


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《星洲日报》的一个分析:

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帖子发表于: 06-05-13 星期一 8:42 am    发表主题: 引用并回复

黄进发在FB 写到:
在这两三天里面,民联的华人议员将会受到甘词厚币的引诱以加入国阵内阁作部长。一些华团领袖会开始制造舆论说华社不应该支持民联,没有华裔的中央政府非常危险云云。我们一定要全力阻挡这些旨在帮助国阵的言论,现在就消毒!


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Bersih is collecting evidences of frauds especially those happened during counting and tabulation. We need to prove to the world that elections have been effectively rigged. A press conference will be called later today. Please post your accounts and if possible of video clips of black out, and other incidents here. Please give us the exact details so that we may verify. We would not be able to use the information if they are not verifiable. We cannot afford to be trapped into misinformation.

Tolong hantar segala bukti penipuan terutamanya yang berlaku semasa pengiraan dan penjumlahan. Sila terbitkan bukti anda - terutamanya mengenai putus arus, kalau boleh dengan klip video - di sini atau hantarkan mereka ke sini. Tolong berikan butir-butir selengkapnya kerana kami tidak akan guna maklumat yang tidak dapat dipastikan. Suatu sidang akhbar akan diadakan nanti.

各位请把昨天选举舞弊--尤其是停电--的证据--有录影最好--寄给我们。请给我们细节以便我们可以查证。我们迟些开会记者招待会。谢谢!

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黄进发在FB 写到:
What is at stake is more than an election. Najib is now trying to "racialise" the election outcome by calling it "a Chinese tsunami". Chua Soi Lek is echoing it by calling it a "two-race system". By staying out of the government, MCA is trying to make the Chinese community feel despaired. In 1969, MCA's decision to boycott the cabinet was used to trigger the fear of the Malays.

Najib/BN's goal is clear - they want to tear the united Malaysia apart. They want the Malays fear the rise of the Chinese when the swing was also found in Sabah and southern Malays. They want PAS returning to the championing of Islamic state instead of an inclusive Welfare State. The want the Chinese to regret voting the opposition all out and feeling afraid. They want overseas Malaysians giving up on the country and never come back again.

If we are doing for all these, we are helping the BN. I would like to cry but since last night, I have not shed a tear. Crying is too luxurious for me. The task has been cut out for all of us - What do we do to defend the Malaysia which yearns for an end of racism, corruption and power abuse? What do we do to hold together the new Malaysia that sees millions returning home to vote, tens of thousands involving in PACABA so on, that see Malays waving Rocket flags and Chinese waving PAS flags?

My brothers and sisters, I plead to you to not giving up. What did we do all we did? Isn't it because Malaysia is a country worth fighting for? Why should we let robbers of elections change our perception about ourselves?

To give up on what we have been fighting for is to leave another generations into despair. The country is now like ground zero after terrorism. We need reconstruction of love and dream.

Please stay back and fight with all of us.

Negaraku, tanah tumpahnya darahku.
Rakyat hidup, bersatu dan maju.
Rahmat bahagia, Tuhan kurniakan.
Raja kita selamat bertaktha.
Rahmat bahagia, Tuhan kurniakan.
Raja kita selemat bertaktha.

I finally shed my tears. It's not over the elections we may have lost. It's for the country we must never lose.

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外国电视台的报道:

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国会议席

行动党竞选51议席,中选38议席,中选率74.5%
巫统竞选121议席,中选88议席,中选率72.73%
国大党竞选9议席,中选4议席,中选率44.44%
公正竞选99议席,中选30议席,中选率30.3%
伊斯兰党竞选73议席,中选21议席,中选率28.77%
马华竞选37议席,中选7议席,中选率18.91%
民政竞选11议席,中选1议席,中选率9.09%


州议席

行动党竞选103议席,中选95议席,中选率92.23%
巫统竞选339议席,中选241议席,中选率71.09%
伊斯兰党竞选236议席,中选85议席,中选率36.02%
公正竞选172议席,中选49议席,中选率28.49%
国大党竞选18议席,中选5议席,中选率27.78%
马华竞选90议席,中选11议席,中选率12.22%
民政竞选31议席,中选3议席,中选率9.68%
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http://www.malaysiakini.com/news/229263

国阵惨胜未能夺回三分二优势
马来票不规转向政治版图没变

当今大马团队
2013年5月6日

第13届大选成绩尘埃落定,国阵以简单多数优势再次执政中央,并攻下霹雳州与吉打州政权,但却没能重夺资源丰富的雪州与具有指标意义的国会三分二优势,反而再丢失7个国席,只迎来了一场惨胜。

选举委员会在5月6日凌晨4点公布完整成绩,国阵与民联分别赢得133与89个国会议席。经过了激烈的选举后,朝野的政治版图不变,双方所赢得的议席几乎跟308大选一样。国阵以简单多数保住中央政权,而在野党则再次否决三分二优势,但却无法更进一步取得政权。

就国阵而言,马华、人联党与民政党是最大的输家,仍靠巫统及东马土保党撑起大旗。马华从上一届大选的15国31州席,输剩7国11州席,减少了一半的议席。多名高阶领袖,包括两名副总会长林祥才、曹智雄与总秘书江作汉纷纷败选,并且在至少6州“吃蛋”。

人联党则延续2011年砂拉越州选的颓势,一连丢失了6个国席。而民政党经历了308大选的惨痛败仗后,并没在本届大选东山再起,反而再次在政治老巢槟城惨败,新生代领袖邓章耀也败选,竞选11国席只赢得1席。

本届大选,华裔在全国吹起比上届大选更强烈的反风,从半岛横跨南中国海到东马两州,把国阵华基政党吹得东倒西垮,连原有的国阵定存州——柔佛、沙巴及砂拉越的华裔选民也一面倒支持在野党。

初步估计,大致上而言,全国约有八成华裔投下了反对票,民联在一些选区的华裔支持率更可能创下历史新高。

国阵主席纳吉在胜选记者会上就形容,这是一场“华人海啸”。而马华总会长蔡细历也重申,我国已经进入“两种族制”。

不过,看回成绩,这并非一场“华人政治海啸”。如果没有获得巫印裔选民的支持,在野党将无法维持上届大选的成绩,再次回到308大选前的势弱局面。

其中一个例子是,虽然国阵宣称印裔选民回流,但国大党在本届大选的成绩,只跟2008年大选成绩扯平,未能取回5年前丢失的哥打拉惹、和丰等国席。

就连国大党主席巴拉尼威在金马仑国会议席,也只是462张多数票险胜。

民联大举进攻柔佛州,也动摇了巫统的马来基本盘,否则就不会在以马来选民居多的混合选区中大幅度削减国阵上届大选的多数票。

其中,伊斯兰党副主席沙拉胡丁阿育竞选的埔莱国席,就把巫统原任议员努嘉兹兰上届大选的2万零449张多数票,削减至3226张票。

此外,公正党竞选的巴西古当国席虽然同样落败,但巫统的多数票也从上届大选的1万7281张多数票减少至935票。

埔莱与巴西古当都拥有47%的马来选民。

此外,伊斯兰党在雪兰莪也赢得更多州议席,从上届的8席激增至15席。

国阵在马来选民占64%的彭亨淡马鲁国席,也从上届大选的2441张多数票,反输1070票予伊斯兰党。

不过,民联却丢失了吉兰丹与吉打的一些马来选区,包括本同、华玲、马莫、马樟、格底里与丹那美拉等。

以此看来,本届大选的马来票确有出现转向,并非全然回流国阵,而是出现不规则的转向,一些地区回流国阵,一些地区则倒向民联,似乎是地方因素居多。

问题是,倒向民联的马来票并不足以扭转整个战局,导致民联的柔州攻略烧不起连环船,最终以失败告终。虽然行动党在柔州取得佳绩,但盟党只有公正党拿下1个国席,而伊党则在国席全军皆墨。

在国阵方面,巫统的议席有增无减,而且收获吉打州与霹雳州也增加纳吉的底气。然而,国阵却无法重夺投资最多心力与资源的重要州属雪兰莪。

大选结束后,国阵与民联成员党党内预料将会出现一轮权力洗牌。纳吉能否凭着攻下吉打与霹雳的战绩作为筹码,抵消无法重夺国会三分二优势与雪州政权的压力?国阵成员党纷纷败选,马华与民政党宣布不入阁,巫统如何粉刷国阵的多元招牌?

至于民联,行动党在取得大胜后,已可预料将会继续成为国阵的攻击目标,以达到分化民联的目的。而伊党在多名开明派大将,包括莫哈末沙布、沙拉胡丁阿育、祖基菲里阿末落马后,会否再次走向保守?

这些问题仍待时间来回答。不过,经历两届大选后,我国两线制已经成型,并没出现所谓的“钟摆效应”。而且,非常明确的是,这是两线制,而不是两种族制!
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http://www.themalaysianinsider.com/malaysia/article/the-winners-and-losers-of-ge13/

The winners and losers of GE13
By The Malaysian Insider
May 06, 2013

KUALA LUMPUR, May 6 — Take a bow, Malaysians. You are the big winner from GE13, you have firmly entrenched the two-coalition system in the country.

The days of Barisan Nasional (BN) having unfettered power are truly over. The result of 2008 was not a flash in the pan, it merely was the start of a trend. Yesterday, that trend continued and Malaysians gave Pakatan Rakyat (PR) 89 federal and 230 state seats and 51 per cent of the popular vote.

What is crystal clear is that many Malaysians want a system of check and balance.

Now the audition for the next polls begins. It is really up to BN to accept that despite the victory, much is wrong with the BN formula and that the non-Malays, especially Chinese, sought refuge with PR simply because the excesses of BN politics and overt racism in this beloved country have become intolerable.

For PR, today will be tough but the prized jewels of Selangor and Penang still remain in your clutches and your popular vote was some 240,000 over BN, despite facing a machine with billions of ringgit at its disposal.

But the fact remains that many Malays remain unsure about your policies and direction. And without the support of Malays in Malaysia, change is impossible.

All said, Malaysians take a bow. Activism is very much alive in this country and people were willing to speak up for their convictions and political ideals, stepping out of their comfort zones for what they believed. And turning out to vote in record numbers. That is true patriotism.

The other winners from GE13:
● Najib Razak

Though the BN performed worse than five years ago, Datuk Seri Najib Razak’s (picture) position as the president of Umno is secure.

Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad suggested a month ago that Najib could come under threat during the Umno polls in November if he did not matchTun Abdullah Ahmad Badawi’s position but the simple fact is that Brand Najib carried Umno to victory this time around.

Yes, money was thrown around like confetti and populist policies were the norm in the run-up to the polls but it is arguable that without his stamina on the stump, Umno would not have won so many seats. Hard to see anyone rising to challenge him from within Umno.

● Nurul Izzah Anwar

Don’t think there is a more loved politician than this woman of grace. Some tout her as a future prime minister but her rise and rise in Malaysian politics is testimony that you don’t have to indulge in muck raking and negative politics to come up.

When Nurul speaks, she talks about hope, so unlike many Malaysian politicians who fear monger. She was carried across the line against the financial might and organisation of Senator Raja Datuk Nong Chik Raja Zainal Abidin by Malaysians who truly cherish her humility and inclusiveness.

● Tan Sri Abdul Taib Mahmud

He thumbs his nose at the MACC and doesn’t care what people think about his integrity or how well endowed all members of his family are. Why?

Because in Sarawak, he is king. Just before the Sarawak elections, Najib gave him a timetable to retire. Might as well junk that timetable.

He delivered big time for BN and sent a powerful message that he is truly formidable in Sarawak. Sad but true. No doubt helped by a fractured opposition. Any chance of the MACC visiting him soon? Don’t hold your breath.

● Liew Chin Tong

This young man is the architect of the DAP’s victory in Johor. He figured that PR might as well take the battle to the heart of Umno and BN rather than wait to be mauled and assaulted in their own strongholds.

He convinced a few party elders and rising stars to join him in Johor, and along the way, expanded the DAP’s federal seats total to 38 with the combined multi-racial support of Johor.

If there ever was a Johor Way, Liew found it and showed the rest of Malaysia that nothing can stop an idea whose time has come.

● Khairy Jamaluddin

Five years is a long time in politics and it has been a boon for a young man who has matured into an astute politician in his quiet way.

The Umno Youth leader also tripled his majority from 5,746 votes in Election 2008 to 18,357 in the May 5 general election, showing that there are BN politicians whose popularity is real in his constituency and beyond.

He has shown his party that his appeal is beyond the core conservative right-wing elements and that he can reach out to most Malaysians his generation. Umno and BN would do well to keep rising stars like him in the front and centre of their future government and campaigns.

● Bersih

This organisation must take some credit for energising Malaysians to go out and vote. Messrs Ambiga Sreenevasan and others have done a sterling job in making Malaysians understand that voting is a civic duty of every citizen and highlighting the many weaknesses of the current electoral system.

The record voter turnout of 80 per cent and the largely peaceful elections are proof that civil society has a large role and place in Malaysia.

LOSERS

● MCA


The party is irrelevant. They might as well convene an EGM and drop the “C” from the MCA because the political party does not represent the Chinese community.

They hung their whole campaign on scaring the Chinese voters about PAS and hudud and this plan of action had little traction. More than anything else, the failure of the hudud strategy shows how out of touch the party is with the aspirations of the community.

Datuk Seri Dr Chua Soi Lek and gang should make way. And the MCA? Time has come for race-based parties to fold.

● The mainstream media

Time to punish the lies of the mainstream media. The Star, Utusan Malaysia, NST and others have dragged down the noble profession of journalism.

But their lies and scare-mongering didn’t work. More than 50 per cent of the country voted for PR, which performed better than in 2008.

The message is out there: Malaysians prefer balance and the truth. Malaysians generally have a sense of justice and hate it when only one side of the story is told, even more so when the bad guys are always the opposition.

Remember this fact, mainstream media. Urban Malaysia voted for PR and that is your circulation and advertising market.

How about this, Malaysians? Put the mainstream on probation for a week and if they still don’t change, start a massive boycott and hit them where it hurts.

● Datuk Zulkifli Noordin and Datuk Ibrahim Ali

And the gongs for the most popular losers go to the BN candidates for Shah Alam and Pasir Mas. May these two Perkasa chaps fade away.

They represent something which no country needs: divisiveness. How both are feted/treated will be a measure of Najib’s commitment to reconciliation.

● Racism

Last night, Najib blamed opposition politics for the strong swing of Chinese voters away from BN.

We suggest that detailed analyses be kept until all the data is in but it is likely that the Indians also did not return to BN in a big way.

And before TV3 and the mainstream media start bashing the non-Malays and blaming Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim and Lim Kit Siang, please remember the contributions of Dr Mahathir and other Umno politicians who spooked Malays daily with their rhetoric over possible loss of Malay privileges if PR took control of Putrajaya.

The sad fact is that after 56 years, much is still seen through the race prism. First-world infrastructure but still a people defined by colour of skin?

● Election Commission

The less said about this bunch, the better. Impartial? No. Professional? No. We am not talking about the thousands of volunteers and ground level staff of the EC, we are referring to the upper echelon of the EC. The ones who ignored all the complaints and said it was business as usual.

The ones who gave excuses for the indelible ink, and the lack of preparedness in running the general election. Time for the government to put in professionals to run an election, not retired civil servants who see this as a reward for their careers.
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http://www.malaysiakini.com/news/229298

号召周三集会抗议选举舞弊
安华点名选委会纳吉应负责
2013年5月6日 下午4点12分

民联今日重申拒绝承认本届大选的成绩,并号召人民在本周三(5月8日)晚上8点半,到雪州格拉纳再也体育馆集会,抗议选举不公与舞弊。

人民公正党实权领袖安华今日发表文告指责,虽然绝大多数的人民支持干净与公平选举,但本届大选却出现空前多的选举舞弊事件。

“我呼吁马来西亚人手牵手,一同抗议纳吉与选举委员会犯下的选举舞弊。”

安华说,他将在这场集会上,向人民发表大选后的首度公开演讲。

他指出,纳吉与选委会无视人民的意愿,导致本届大选肮脏不堪。

“这是历史上最多选举舞弊的大选,选委会必须负责,而马来西亚人必须坚持干净与公平的选举。”

安华表示将会跟净选盟及全体马来西亚人合作,以确保选举委员会真正独立与公平,纠正选举舞弊。

他也披露,民联本届大选的总得票率达到50.3%,而国阵只有46.8%,印证人民给予民联的委托,也突显了纳吉凭着选举舞弊才赢得大选。

“我们的良心不允许我们接受一个充满舞弊及欺骗的选举成绩。我的心跟每一名不能接受选举成绩的马来西亚人同在。”

不过,安华指出,改变将不能停止,人民只有一个简单要求,即干净与公平选举,以便确保人民选出的政府是一个问责、透明与不贪污的政府。
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华人海啸论图引起马来人不安

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2013年5月6日

……安华认为,从民联接获的回馈显示,各族选民大多都支持民联,而民联的柔州攻略也已经成功。

因此,他认为纳吉的“华人海啸论”并不恰当。

“我遗憾的是,纳吉把种族课题带入其中,企图引起马来人的不安。我不否认华裔一面倒支持民联,但如果说这是华人海啸,将是非常不恰当,且具有恶意的说法。”

“为何我这么说?你可以看看,我们在吉兰丹赢得三分二执政优势,我本身跟公正党署理主席阿兹敏都在马来区胜出。”

“我们不能够说华人海啸,而民联的马来支持衰退,这并不确实。”

安华斥责纳吉,一方面声称要推动“国民和解”,一方面却把国阵惨胜归咎为“华人海啸”。

“和解是好事,但你现在自相矛盾。为何你要怪罪华人?为何你不是处理华人关注的课题?”
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净选盟宣布暂不承认新政府
设人民调查庭清查选举舞弊

高嘉琪
2013年5月6日

鉴于第13届大选投票与计票过程面对种种的选举欺骗指控,净选盟今天宣布暂时不承认新政府,同时成立“人民调查庭”彻查本届全国选举弊端。

净选盟联合主席安美嘉今日在一项联诀记者会上表示,“净选盟透过‘国民大选监督运动’(Pemantau),知道有关违反选举法令、看守政府操守及政治暴力事件。”

“在投票日的昨天,(我们接到)更多选举欺诈、幽灵选民及不正当选举过程的投报,导致我们质疑部分选举成绩。”

安美嘉宣布,净选盟将成立人民调查庭调查选举弊端,并促请所有拥有第一手证据的人士挺身而出,同时鼓励候选人前来分享其经验。

她表示,人民调查庭委员会将由国内外的精英人士组成,最少3人。

“我们沒有半点怀疑,这次的大选既不干净也不公平。”

“净选盟保留对新成立的政府的承认,直至(净选盟)研究(调查庭出炉的)报告为止。”

安美嘉表示,净选盟也呼吁公众杯葛4家没有公平报导的媒体一个月,它们包括《新海峡时报》、《马来西亚前锋报》、《星报》与《每日新闻》。

“(上述媒体)在竞选期间的行为不能为一个民主社会所接受,我想,我们须表达我们的反感。”
 
她表示,媒体作为第四权,有义务捍卫社会的公义。

安美嘉也促请公众穿上黑色衣物,抗议期间发生的选举弊端。

“作为即时的象征回应,我们邀请人民在未来一个月穿上黑色衣物。”

无论如何,安美嘉表示,净选盟没有举办大型集会的计划。

“我们没有计划办举办集会,我们必须做的是找出事实真相。”

“选委会显然无法确保干净、公平与自由的竞选程序,净选盟重复的要求,选委会全体成员马上辞职。”

她表示,人民在本届大选踊跃投票,履行本身的义务,但他们的选票遭选举弊端扭曲。

惟她表示,在今日的社会,任何干出选举欺诈事件的人,很难在众目睽睽下逃逸,有一些已被摄录下来,他们接下来做的便是搜集这些证据。

安美嘉表示,他们希望调查的事件,包括有关指控警车将非公民载入投票中心、计票中心电流中断等事件。

安美嘉指出,选委会的职务本是确保选举干净的举行,昨天发生的却是,选民被迫扛下这个部分,亲自确保选举正当的举行。
 
“人民已进步了,但这个体制却没有,我不曾看过这么明目张胆的选举弊端。” 

安美嘉表示,她看到朝野双方在本届大选是“势均力敌”的,因此并没有预期国阵是以133席胜出。
 
她相信,从一开始的系列不公平报导、选举欺诈等事件,已彻底将昨天的大选最后成绩改变过来。 

询及净选盟会否要求大马重新举行大选时,安美嘉表示,他们必须仰赖调查结果,以及候选人入禀选举诉讼,才能进一步决定。 

安美嘉相信,国阵主席纳吉领军大选,交出比前首相阿都拉还差的成绩,相信党内或有人会施压要他下台。

出席记者会的包括国民大选监督运动主席赛依布拉欣、社会传播中心执行董事阿鲁柏卡斯(Arul Prakkash)、净选盟联合主席沙末赛益、督导委员黄进发、玛丽亚陈及邱进福等。
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Far from a black day — Alexandra Wong

May 06, 2013


MAY 6 — The day after GE13 I woke up to see all-black Facebook profile pictures.

I see something wrong with the picture here. I cast my vote based on the belief that a better Malaysia meant a more effective system of check and balance.

Post-election, I feel we’re still missing the point: we’re not focusing on the real stumbling blocks, the game-changers so to speak.

1) A disconnect with the rural voters, who either don’t care or don’t know about a better Malaysia. As far as they’re concerned, it’s more important to feed their families. If the urban supporters don’t acknowledge and address that, the opposition will always remain opposition. How many urban voters understand that a big part of the real Malaysia lies in the rural areas? How many have even been to a rural village? I have. And it smote me that they were so poor. I visited a Sarawak longhouse once and when I gave a grandma RM100 as a thank-you token, the look of shock and gratitude in her eyes haunted me for a long time afterwards. I found out later that’s how much they earn in one month — to feed one whole family.

2) Our real bogeyman was gerrymandering. As a friend put it, one vote in a Sarawak urban constituency equals six rural votes. Why was it not addressed before the election? That was the deal-breaker. Why were so much resources dedicated to the urban constituencies which were foregone conclusions? At this point, there is no conclusive evidence voting was rigged in some constituencies though I am sceptical of the manner in which some were won but “magic” alone couldn’t have orchestrated so many wins. While all eyes were on the cities with 100k voters, the sub-10k constituencies were quietly narrowing the gap.
The kampung folk were the real king makers.

Then why did Pakatan Rakyat give out an early victory cry? I believe it’s a war strategy. A general has to create the illusion of victory, even when you know it’s beyond reach, to keep your solders’ spirits high. Sometimes it makes the difference between losing and winning. Sometimes it doesn’t.

I believe the primary goal was so that the urban voters would not lose heart and come out in big numbers. And it worked. Because they (the city people) did and they sent out a powerful message to the ruling party. And that is why, in my heart, I believe it was a victory, not a loss.

Folks. With key losses by high-profile candidates, Malaysians sent out a clear message that racially-incited politics was NOT cool.

Even fence-sitters are awakening politically. On the eve of Polling Day, I attended a ceramah, and I had never seen so many people on the streets of Ipoh in my life, united for a common cause.
If that’s not change, I don’t know what is.

It’s not all bleak.
It’s not the time to mourn.
It’s time to carry on. Re-energise and get cracking.
Because we have a lot of work to do before GE14. And by “we”, I mean ALL of us Malaysians: BN has to work triply hard to restore our faith if the rulers-to-be mean what they say about a more moderate brand of politics, and Pakatan has to plug the cracks in its armour and fortify itself to make even more headway in the next election.

Before you know it, it’d be another five years.
Five years — it’s not that long.


* Alexandra Wong (www.nooksandgems.com) is not a political analyst, just a Malaysian who wants the best for her tanah air.
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‘Bangsa Malaysia’ vote makes a bitter BN

By Jahabar Sadiq
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May 08, 2013


ANALYSIS, May 8 ― The popular vote in Election 2013 tells the story of a “Bangsa Malaysia” generation voting for the first time and across racial lines, but for Barisan Nasional (BN), blaming Chinese voters is far more convenient to ensure unity and mask strategies that failed.

Some three million of the 13.3 million voters cast their ballots for the first time in last weekend’s polls and many likely did so for BN’s foes Pakatan Rakyat (PR), who vowed to end cronyism, excess expenditure and endemic corruption.

These first-time voters, mainly below 30, grew up in Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad’s rule, where the country’s longest-serving prime minister launched his Vision 2020 in 1991 and spoke of a “Bangsa Malaysia” (Malaysian Race) who competed on meritocracy in a developed nation.

They left BN losing seven more federal seats than in Election 2008, for a total of 133 out of 222. The tale in the 12 state assemblies was even worse ― BN managed just 275 seats against PR’s 230 out of the 505 seats contested.

“They neglected ‘Bangsa Malaysia’. And now you see how the younger generation are voting,” veteran newsman and editor Datuk A. Kadir Jasin told The Malaysian Insider, referring to BN.
He had blogged about the May 5 general election results, saying BN’s weaker showing pointed to a strong wave of rejection from all Malaysians and not just from the minority Chinese.

“Is it not possible that this is not a Chinese tsunami or racial chauvinism but a Malaysian tsunami that is centred on the aspiration and new reality, especially among young voters?” the man who had been group editor-in-chief of the public-listed News Straits Times Press during the Mahathir administration wrote in his blog.

Other pundits and politicians have also debunked the “Chinese tsunami” theory, saying the greater popular vote that went to PR was multi-racial in nature and due to a swing in the urban and middle-class electorate that saw Malaysia’s urban-rural rift widen.
They also said BN and Umno-owned Utusan Malaysia’s banner headline “What else do the Chinese want?” yesterday was a clear sign of finding an external bogeyman to deflect attention from party leaders and strategies that failed in Election 2013.
BN chairman and Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak suggested the “Chinese tsunami” for the coalition’s defeat early Monday morning, which MCA president Datuk Seri Dr Chua Soi Lek took up and later reinforced by MIC leader Datuk M. Saravanan yesterday. Dr Mahathir also blamed the loss on “ungrateful Chinese” and “greedy Malays”, apart from questioning BN strategists whose ideas failed.

But critics point out that Dr Mahathir actively campaigned for BN, especially the two Malay rights group Perkasa candidates ― Datuk Ibrahim Ali in Pasir Mas and Datuk Zulkifli Noordin in Shah Alam, who have riled up non-Malays for racist remarks over the years.

Both contested in Malay-majority federal seats but lost, further evidence that BN was wrong about the Chinese being the main cause of their electoral losses.

Dr Mahathir, however, was right about the BN strategists, some of whom pitched for personal attacks against opposition leaders, fear mongering and running down PR’s manifesto through various media channels and dominating advertising space.

“Blaming the DAP for confusing voters into believing that they can change the government just shows how brilliant DAP strategists are compared with BN’s,” said a public relations expert, who declined to be named.

“These BN strategists just want to hide the fact that they misread the ‘Bangsa Malaysia’ youths, so just pin the blame on the Chinese whose vote was discounted in the first place,” he added.

A BN war room source also pointed out the coalition’s internal surveys had shown it would perform worse than in Election 2008, when they won 140 seats. “We were always going to get below 140, so 133 is no surprise,” he said.

“It is easier to blame voters and other parties for the losses but the fact is our election machinery failed us in some places while PR’s was better,” he added.

“PR’s machinery was impressive and they talked about issues and race relations. That helped them a lot,” the BN war room official said.

But for now, he said it was easier for a bitter BN to blame DAP and the Chinese, whose strong support in the 1999 elections shored up Dr Mahathir’s position after Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim was sacked for sodomy and corruption charges that sparked months-long protests.

The Chinese form 28 per cent of Malaysia’s 29 million population of which less than half have registered to vote. Despite the low number of voters, the Election Commission (EC) said voter turnout on Sunday was a record 84.84 per cent.

Of that number, BN polled 5,237,699 votes for the 222 federal seats to Pakatan Rakyat parties’ combined 5,623,984 ballots.
The three-party pact of PKR, PAS and the DAP also surpassed BN in the state seats, pulling in 4,879,699 votes to the 13-member coalition’s 4,513,997 ballots.
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Election Fraud In Malaysia

By Dr Azeem Ibrahim
7 May 2013

Malaysians cast their ballots in the most important election in the nation’s history on Sunday. On Election Day, as had been predicted by opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim, reports of electoral fraud were widespread. Although the Prime Minister Najib Razak had just a few days earlier given his categorical assurance that the election would be clean, a mountain of evidence started piling up to negate his assertion.

It was discovered that despite years of pressuring the Malaysian Election Commission (EC) to ensure a free, fair and unbiased election the EC continued to demonstrate its incompetence and lack of professionalism. Furthermore, evidence has emerged that websites in Malaysia are being selectively and deliberately blocked to prevent the free flow of independent information.


Indelible Ink

At early voting stations in Kuala Lumpur on April 30, independent election observers witnessed that the indelible ink being used as a mechanism to prevent multiple voting could be removed with hand sanitizer or soapy water. These reports were confirmed by independent news portal Malaysiakini, one of Malaysia’s most well regarded online news portals. Indelible ink is supposed to remain visible on the voter’s finger for a minimum of five to seven days so that an individual who tries to vote more than once will be turned away. In Malaysia, the ink can be removed quite easily shortly after it is applied. Over 50,000 military servicemen voted in early voting on April 30 and could have voted again on the May 5 polling date as a result of the faulty ink.

On May 5 there were 1000s of reports of voters being able to wipe the indelible ink off their hands quite easily. In response the Election Commissioner stated it was not a big deal since there would be no voting the following day.

In 2012 the Election Commission gave assurances to civil society groups which had staged large street protests in Kuala Lumpur that it would implement indelible ink. But the ink that was ultimately used proved to be defective and useless, casting a dark shadow on the integrity of the electoral process.


Foreign Voters

The investigative journalist website SarawakReport along with Anwar Ibrahim himself disclosed emails linking the Prime Minister’s Office to charter dozens of flights arranged to bring thousands of people from Borneo to Peninsular Malaysia. There are thousands of Indonesians and Bengali workers employed by palm oil plantations on the island of Borneo. In response to allegations that this was a coordinated effort to move voters into swing distracts to cast illegal ballots, UMNO Secretary General Tengku Adnan Mansor said that the airplanes were part of a get out the vote effort paid for by friends of the ruling party.

On Election Day numerous witnesses encountered busloads of voters brought to polling stations. When confronted, the voters on these busses did not look like Malaysians and many of them could not perform simple tasks like sing the national anthem or recite the address on their national ID card.

Across Malaysia there were dozens of parliamentary and state races that were decided by less than 1,000 votes. It is entirely possible that a few hundred voters placed into these marginal areas could have determined outcomes.


Media Freedom

The mainstream media is completely controlled by the government and denied access to the opposition. Malaysia ranks 145 on Reporters Without Borders Press Freedom Index and has dropped in the ranking every year since 2003. During the campaign period countless hours of airtime and dozens of pages of newsprint are dedicated to promoting lies and misinformation about the opposition without providing any opportunity for rebuttal. There can be no real democracy with such a lopsided and biased media environment.

Throughout the last five years Malaysian authorities have arrested bloggers under charges of sedition and treason. On May 1 a blogger running the site milosuam.blogspot.co.uk was arrested at the headquarters of the People’s Justice Party outside of Kuala Lumpur. Initial reports indicate he was arrested for treason.


Electoral Roll

Based on the voter list gazetted in March 2013 the following has been identified:

- Postal voters who by definition are engaged in national service with a national origin from Pakistan, Bangladesh, or Indonesia
- 28,000 Philippinos and Indonesians designated as voters based in Sabah but casting ballots in Kuala Lumpur and Selangor state
- The Malaysian Electoral Roll Analysis Project has identified countless examples of dubious registrations in the voter file including instances of 100s of registered voters residing in a single home, foreign nationals listed as registered voters, individuals registered doubly as regular and postal voters,
The Election Commission acknowledged many of these problems but failed to take adequate steps to resolve them.


Cyber Warfare

Since Parliament was dissolved, independent news sites were targets of massive Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks and selective blocking within Malaysia. While the exact mechanism of the blocking is being investigated, visitors to these websites as well as those of Malaysiakini, RadioFreeSarawak.com and SarawakReport.org experienced slow downs or sudden drops in service.

After 56 years of single-party, semi-authoritarian rule the majority of Malaysians decided it is time to change the government. Polling by independent groups indicated that the Pakatan Rakyat coalition will win a clear majority of the seats in the Federal Parliament and gain control of at least seven of Malaysia’s fourteen states and territories. Many Malaysians today are furious that a government that is desperate to retain power at all costs has hijacked their Constitutional rights.


Dr Azeem Ibrahim is the Executive Chairman of The Scotland Institute and Fellow at the Institute for Social Policy and Understanding.
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