Tuesday, May 18, 2010

Umno's 11th hour political bribery in Sibu by-election

Datuk Seri Najib Razak made an 11th-hour appearance tonight on the stump here with the race for tomorrow’s Sibu by-election vote a dead heat.

Making a last-minute pitch in a DAP stronghold, he announced an allocation of RM5 million for flood-mitigation projects in Rejang Park.

The announcement came just three hours before the campaign period for the by-election ends.
“I want to make a deal with you. Can we have an understanding or not?” Najib asked some 1,000 people who attended a public rally at the residential area.

“The understanding is quite simple. I help you, you help me,” said the Barisan Nasional (BN) chairman.
BN’s Robert Lau Hui Yew is contesting against Sarawak DAP chairman Wong Ho Leng and independent Narawi Haron in the by-election.

“If Robert Lau becomes the MP on Sunday, on Monday I will ask the cheque to be prepared,” Najib told the all-Chinese audience.

Najib decided to make a final-day appearance after BN campaign reports suggested the DAP had closed the gap on the ruling coalition’s initial lead in the race.

In Election 2008 the DAP won more than 60 per cent of the Chinese votes.
The community form about 67 per cent of the 54,659 voters in Sibu.

17 comments:

  1. That means "you scratch my back, I scratch your back".

    We win, you got it, or else...nothing.

    It is the rakyats' money anyway...why are we being bribed to vote for BN?

    Why is this allowed by the election commission?

    Your answer is as good as mine!

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  2. The understanding is quite simple. I help you, you help me
    Msia Boleh. The one and the only country where the country PM cn openly bribe their ppl, if u wan $$, vote me, no vote no $$.

    Very good, memang One Malaysia, noone else cn copy this. MSIA BOLEH!!

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  3. Turn about win for DAp...cheers

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  4. Surely the people heard you...$$$
    and it can corrupt your appearance but not our "iron heart"!

    Thank you for your memorial nite in Sibu somehow we have a better choice to change history!

    Again,when can we have the $$$$ promise?

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  5. Looks like a case of "I slap you, you slap me" now, right, Jibby?

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  6. Datuk-Datuk and all liberal malaysian please note:

    Perkasa

    Look like this nut and the group is real racist..they don know how to respect voter's right at all and can't afford to lost!They create more problems for Jibby's 1Malaysia.
    MCA and others in BN,what say you?

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  7. One of the reasons BN lost Sibu is because of this Perkasa idiot!

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  8. breaking news...
    DAP chairperson Karpal Singh has accused Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak of blatant vote buying during the Sibu by-election which was concluded yesterday.

    He referred to an event where Najib had addressed voters in the DAP stronghold of Rejang Park on the eve of polling day, based on a report in English-language daily Sunday Eastern Times.

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  9. Imagine these postal votes can determine who win or lose if you see the percentage margin.

    The opposition esp Dap managed to get only 3% of the votes!!!

    Ridiculous! Incredible...

    DAP - 70
    BN - 2,323
    Ind - 36
    Rejected postal votes - 208

    Postal voting should be conducted with transparency or otherwise it will be made a tool for the government of the day to manipulate and decide the elections.

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  10. First of all, PM only for Barisan Najis boot lickers and he is not a PM for all Malaysian.

    3 hours before campiagn end to allocate RM5 Million to the sibu folk? I think the Be End are so desperate and no more idea with these bunch of monkey.

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  11. Najis... u so bad ah! Use our tax money to buy us back... fcuk off lah!

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  12. When Ibarahim ali start preaching rubbish, it will give more advantage to the opposition. The more he talks, the people will be more angry at the racist assssNo.

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  13. Dap won because the Chinese hate BN Umno, but if there is a strong local party, Dap will be out also.

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  14. PR For MalaysianMay 18, 2010 at 1:22 PM

    In reply to >SAPP for Sabah<
    "Divide We Fall, Unite We Stand"

    Why you as fellow sabahan has no wisdom like that silly Ibrahim's standard?

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  15. No wonder UMNO already in Sabah but never in Sarawak!

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  16. PR and SAPP should work together in order to get Umno out of Sabah.

    But first of all, Sabah should have the opportunity to determine who their leaders are, not dictated by leaders from KL or Putrajaya.

    PR can concentrate on West Msia but let local based parties have the opportunity to control their political destiny in Sabah.

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  17. Sabahan should give priority to their local-based opposition party to fight for STATE AUTONOMY. We have been enough being colonised, controlled and mastermind from WM party.

    This is the time for Sabahans to stand tall to manage and govern our own soil.

    SAPP will work with PKR to kick umno out from Sabah for good!

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