Monday, September 15, 2008

Api Api election petition dismissed?

KOTA KINABALU: The Election Court here on Monday dismissed with costs, a petition challenging the election of BN’s Datuk Dr Yee Moh Chai as the Api Api state assemblyman in the March 8 general election.

Dr Yee, the Parti Bersatu Sabah deputy president and state Resource Development Minister, "won" the seat with 174-vote majority against Parti Keadilan Rakyat’s Christina Liew.

The petition was filed by Api Api voter Audrey Karen Barry, who claimed that there were elements of corrupt practice or general intimidation by Dr Yee or his agents, including printing and distributing pamphlets containing false and inflammatory statements.

"Ridiculous judgement, they were caught with their pants down...caught in the red...A case of unjustified justice"

19 comments:

  1. Dr Yee, Chin tek ming, John Lim famous for dirty tactics. Many times they did but were not caught well only, this time.

    But, unfortunately, this time they were let off..don't know why?

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  2. Memang Tabik dengan Dr.Yee & Co. kerana mereka memang hebat. Nampak istiadat sembelih ayam memang ada kesan.
    Tahun depan mari kita ramai-ramai ke Rumah Terbuka Tahun Baru Cina PBS di Airport view...
    SAPP perlu belajar dari LDP & PBS! Jangan hanya pandai memperjuangkan rakyat tapi tak pandai perpolitik.
    Kalau nak jadi pemimpin yang baik perlu lebih licik...

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  3. JomoSama@2RRun said...
    Good, justice has been done!!
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    tepuk dada tanya sendiri kamu ada cakap bohong ke dalam bulan ramadan ini? You are no different from an evil who are hypocrite by using religion name in vain. Your time will come! enjoy!

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  4. Berry said...
    SAPP perlu belajar dari LDP & PBS! Jangan hanya pandai memperjuangkan rakyat tapi tak pandai perpolitik.
    Kalau nak jadi pemimpin yang baik perlu lebih licik...
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    Politic is good but only the hypocrite who play dirty politic. This kind of politic will longer sustain in the long run. As a responsible citizen, be righteous because all of us are answerable when judgement day come.

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  5. JOMOSAMA CLOWN. LOOKS LIKE YOU HAVE FINISH SHIOK SENDIRI. WHY NOT YOU CONTINUE TO SHIOK SENDIRI FURTHER.

    FOR THOSE WHO SUPPORT PR, WE HAVE TO DO WHAT WE PREACH. WE HAVE TO RESPECT DECISION PASSED BY THE COURT OF LAW. WE WILL HAVE OUR DAY WHEN PR COMES TO POWER, MAYBE TOMORROW, 920, 1013 OR 13TH GENERAL ELECTION. KEEP UP THE SPIRIT.

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  6. Let the 13th GE be judgment day for the Malaysian Rakyat; Pakatan Rakyat will surely dethrone all the UMNO n BN candidates.

    PBS, LDP n PBRS leaders can dream now, but they will pack n run with the illegals once they lost their MP n ADUN seats.

    The Pensiangan seat will be the beginning of the end of Sabah BN !!! Allah is Great.

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  7. ALL MY MALAYSIAN FRIENDS IN SABAH, SARAWAK AND PENINSULAR WHO WISHES TO HAVE A WONDERFUL LIFE UNDER THE MALAYSIAN SUN, MAKE SURE TO CONTINUOUSLY REMIND YOUR FRIENDS AND FAMILY TO REJECT BN IN ALL BY-ELECTIONS AND AT THE NEXT GENERAL ELECTIONS. MAKE THIS REMINDER A RITUAL SO THAT COME THE NEXT ELECTION, WE THE OPPOSITION WILL BE READY TO EVICT BN FOREVER.

    SAPP, WE MALAYSIAN RESPECT YOUR FIGHT FOR JUSTICE AND EQUALITY. WE REALLY HOPE YOU WILL LEAVE BN AND TOGETHER WITH PR FORM A TRUE MALAYSIAN GOVT COME THE NEXT GENERAL ELECTION.

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  8. Dr Yee, VK Liew may have 'kautim' the judges and won their election petitions, but they certainly can't fool the people!

    As a majority of the people of Sabah know what these two jerks are capable of doing, just to secure their position.

    Furthermore, there's nothing to be proud of really when one is popularly known as the 'Longkang Minister' and the other one the '1st Gay MP cum Assistant Minister'.

    Yee is simply pathetic as since becoming the State Resource Development and IT Minister five years ago, there hasn't been much improvement to our IT development as, best evident in our pathetically-slow Internet connection. We can't even compete with Sibu Town where the entire town had become wifi-enable since last year.

    As for the human resource aspect, just look at the acute workers shortage that currently still besieging the state, especially with majority of our youths continue to leave the state for greener pasture.

    He should have made good use of his time to come up with a comprehensive human resource development master plan for the state, instead of constantly inspecting the drains, officiating at opening ceremonies for business outlets etc., seeking all the cheap publicities.

    As for Vicky (not Yee's wife), he's just not worth mentioning at all as, he's just a third-class clown from a fly-by-night circus.

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  9. TO THIS HYPOCRITE AND ILLEGAL MUSLIM IMMIGRANT WHO OBTAINED MYCARD THRU BACKDOOR JomoSama@2RRun. Please GET YOUR BOAT back to your country at tawi-tawi. The more you talk, the more you are insulting the intelligence of the Sabahan.

    Don't tell me a pilipino like you want to teach sabahan who should we to choose for your gomen? GO AND FLY KITE!!! Padan muka

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  10. Dr Yee and gang "the illegal immigrants and alongs" won the petition, no thanks to the moron judge from Sarawak.

    Election offences clearly done in front of them, evidence enough and yet the judge (don't know how much he pocketed) said no evidence, Ha!

    Air Port View Hotel has got all the evidence, the alongs and the illegal immigrants all hired are also the evidence.

    what more evidence do the judge wants???

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  11. PERSIANGAN BY-ELECTION HERE YOU COME SBAHAN

    Don't heckle on who should represent PKR.

    Show the spirit shown @ PP by-election

    Let the spirit blow fron Soth China Sea to "The Land Below the Winds"

    Gegar the northen part of Borneo

    Spill the spirit to Southern Borneo

    Sabahans has always been marvelous - you have been always the "Life Wire" to emulate.

    We, in Sarawak had been "chained" by Taib because his gang has more than enough bank account to splash when election comes.

    Go Sabah Go!

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  12. BN will probably fall within 2 weeks.

    Anwar Ibrahim has called for a meeting with Badawi for the purpose of negotiating a smooth transition of government to the PR. Badawi has called it a bluff claiming that Anwar does not have the minimum number of 30 MP’s required to cross over from the BN to constitute the majority to take over the government. Badawi claimed that if Anwar had the number he would have just “stormed into” his (Badawi’s) office and throw him out. Therefore, he will not play Anwar’s game of bluff.

    But I frankly don’t see why Anwar would make such a bluff if he did not have the number. Furthermore, if Badawi truly believes that Anwar did not have the number, then it would be a good opportunity to show him up. He could call Anwar into his office and demand to see the list of defectors. If Anwar could not produce or will not produce the list, then Badawi can justifiable tell the Malaysian people that he is only bluffing. That would immediately strengthen Badawi’s position and he could then take more stern measures against the opposition being sure that he could not be toppled.

    Of course, Anwar while refusing to produce the list could still continue to bluff by saying he would show it to the king. But that would not play with the people. Since Anwar had announced that he will show Badawi the list during the meeting, he could not go into the meeting and then refuse to produce the list without losing credibility. Therefore, it would be a bad bluff for Anwar to make. As some poker master said, never bluff unless you’re prepared to be called. In this case, I don’t think Anwar is bluffing because there are many things he could do beside asking for a meeting with Badawi for the expressed purpose of negotiating for a smooth transition of government. For instance, he could simply claim that too many of those who have crossed over are in Taiwan and he must wait for their return. That would be a good excuse for him to postpone forcing the change over by 9/16. He didn’t need to expose himself to immediate risks of being discredited by asking for a meeting to discuss a transition of government and then failing to produce the needed number.

    If Anwar is indeed bluffing, then it would be to his advantage to have Badawi refusing to meet with him because it would create the credibility that he already has the requisite number to take over the government. Those who are still sitting on the fence would feel that they should leave the sinking BN ship and jump over to PR. So even if Anwar was still a few seats short of the magic number, this final bluff could motivate enough MP’s to cross over to put him into the magic number. And the more Anwar demanded to meet and the more Badawi refused to meet the more the credibility that Anwar had the magic number would increase and the more MP’s would cross over. So by refusing to meet with Anwar, Badawi would only help increase Anwar’s credibility. In the end, if Badawi really thought Anwar does not have the majority, he should immediately call his bluff. If nothing else, if Anwar turned out to be bluffing, then having met and exposed Anwar’s bluff, Badawi would have the excuse next time to refuse to meet with Anwar. By refusing to meet with Anwar now, Badawi will only inevitably help increase Anwar’s credibility that he has the majority to form the next government. And that will only hurt Badawi himself.

    Of course, Anwar could be bluffing, but I think it is more likely that he does have the majority now. Especially, since the incredibly stupid arrests of the three innocent people by the ISA have offended not only the Chinese but even the Malays within the BN government. So far at least one minister had resigned and will probably cross over to PR because he thought the use of ISA was totally uncalled for and the last straw signaling the chaos within the BN. So even as the PR gained the support of the people, the BN just keep helping them with ever more stupid moves that ended up by pushing the people into the PR’s arms.

    It may take a week or two for Badawi to put his affairs into order and then we’ll see the first orderly transition to a new government in the history of Malaysia which I hope will quickly move to implement equality and justice thus ushering in a new era of true racial harmony and lay the groundwork for rapid economic development which is the only way that all Malaysians, including the Malays, can have high incomes into the future.

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  13. PAKATAN RAKYAT WILL FORM THE NEXT GOVT.

    DEAR ALL READERS, HERE ARE A FEW POINTS TO PONDER ABOUT DSAI PRESS RELEASE ON 916... BLUFF OR NO BLUFF:

    1. BEFORE MAR 08, PKR MAKE AN ELECTION PACT WITH PAS, DAP, SPM, MDP (SPM, MDP RODE ON PKR) TO FORM PR. PR JUST CONCENTRATED IN PENINSULAR (SABAH, SARAWAK WAS NOT IN DUE TO INSUFFICIENT RESOURCES AND TIME FOR CAMPAIGNING). EVEN WITHOUT SABAH/SARAWAK DSAI WAS CONFIDENT PR WILL DENY BN 2/3 MAJORITY. THE RESULT CLEARLY PROVED HIS CRITICS WRONG.

    2. WHEN DSAI TOOK ON THE LATE TUN GHAFFAR, HIS SUPPORT WAS OVERWHELMING UNTIL TUN GHAFAR WAS FORCED TO WITHDRAW FROM TNE CONTEST OF THE NO 2 POST IN UMNO. DO YOU REALLY THINK ALL HIS SUPPORTERS WHO ARE STILL IN UMNO HAS DIMINISHED 100% OR ARE THEY HIBERNATING?

    3. WITH THE CURRENT SUPPORT FOR DSAI FROM MALAYSIANS(IT SHOULD BE IN THE REGION OF 60-70%, WILL THE SABAH/SARAWAK MPs JOIN IN TO SUPPORT PR.

    YOU DECIDE...

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  14. http://malaysiadigest.
    blogspot.com/2008/09/
    sapp-pulling-out-of-bn.html

    Sabah Progressive Party in their Supreme Council meeting today will decide if SAPP will remain in the BN coalition

    Sabah Progressive Party President Datuk Yong Teck Lee announced that the Supreme Council of the party will meet on the 17 September 2008.

    "In view of the latest political development with major consequences, the SAPP Supreme Council shall meet sooner at the party headquarters, Kota Kinabalu on the 17 September 2008, " said Yong.

    The developments in recent day are:

    (1) the abuse of ISA against a member of parliament, a journalist and a blogger, and whether this abuse of ISA is the start of Ops Lallang 2.

    (2) The disturbing rise in racial animosity which is really damaging for the national unity, adds Yong,

    (3) The infamous Taiwan trip by the BNBBC for 49 MPs that has brought ridicule and disrepute to the institution of the Malaysian Parliament and the image of Malaysia.

    Yong also said, "And the collapse of the confidence among the people and now even among the UMNO and BN leaders in the Prime Minister which vindicate the SAPP’s no confidence move against the PM announced on 18 June 20.
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    Badawi kept saying that the opposition MPs need to have no fear of being arrested by the ISA. But the truth is 3 innocent people had been arrested by the ISA. And even though one had been released, two still remain under lock. And one of them is Teresa Kok an MP of DAP. Therefore, the people have the sympathy for PR when it voiced the fear that those crossing over will be arrested by the ISA. If ISA dared to arrest Kok, why would they not dare to arrest any MP who cross over? Therefore, it is understandable for Anwar to ask for assurances that the crossing over MPs would not be arrested. And if Badawi think Anwar did not have the number, then he could give the assurance without fear because no matter how much he assured Anwar, he (Anwar) could not take over the government without the majority anyway. So by giving his assurance, Badawi would not lose anything and might even gain the respect of the people for appearing fair.

    Anyway, I hope SAPP will vote to convert and officially join the force of good against the evil UMNO-BN and help begin a new era of equality and justice that can only be beneficial to the people of Sabah.

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  15. SAPP!! I solute you and all your party members. You're our true Sabah heroes and heroins. Viva SAPP!!!

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  16. This petition case is an obvious case of bias.

    Dr Yee, holding a ministerial post cannot afford to lose the case so the judge let me go.

    The pamphlets with no printer's name being distributed around by PBS was clearly an election offence.

    Datuk Yong was disqualified with quite a similar case...a billboard without a printer's name.

    Why?

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  17. is it possible to appeal to the fedearl court against the election court decision? can somebody enlighten me on this.

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  18. I remember few SAPP top members caught the illegal immigrants hired by Yee & co. to distribute leaflets defaming Christina Liew. They had also made a police report. What happened to the police investigation? The hired PTI pointed out that they got the leaflets from Airport View Hotel owned by Yee's Along friend from Sarawak who runs a lin Cih outlet, Gold Star slot machine club and so called construction firm used by Yee & co. for their stage shows and election campaign.Polce SAPP should press ask the polce for their findings and this should be sufficient to kick Yee, Chin T Min and J Lim' asses.

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  19. Dr Yee, Chin TM, Jhon Lim, Wiliam Chew memang dah biasa main taktik kotor tipu menipu surat layang..tapi org mcm ni selalu terlepas. Kali ni dorang menang di makahmah tapi hati budi teruk mereka telah terpapar di mata rakyat...buat lagi lain kali, langit tak selalu cerah ba kan. Hidup SAPP, HIDUP YONG TECK LEE, perjuangan demi untuk rakyat sabah.

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