Beberapa foto di sekitar aktiviti menyantuni pemilih DUN Taman Medan, pagi tadi Ahad 7 April.
Terima kasih kepada semua yang menjayakan.
Parliament has been dissolved and the people of Malaysia finally will have the opportunity to decide on a government of their choice. Pakatan Rakyat calls on all Malaysians to make use of this golden opportunity to choose a new government, one that is not just competent and effective to move the nation forward but also trustworthy and determined to cleanse this nation of corruption and power abuse.
Throughout the 12th Parliament, Pakatan Rakyat has laid out clear options for the people and offered a comprehensive blue print for economic, political and social reform. At the same time, it has administered four State governments with a commendable record in terms of economic and social progress, accountability, and transparency.
We believe the people are capable of evaluating the positive changes that have been and will continue to be brought by Pakatan Rakyat.
We are confident that the people will choose a government that is committed to fighting corruption, placing their interest as paramount and placing at their service a corps of young leaders side by side with those of vast experience to answer their aspirations. We believe the people will choose a government that will act justly and fairly in all matters to all communities and across every strata of society.
Throughout the campaign period, Pakatan Rakyat will continue to take a matured political approach in presenting its case to the people. It will be a campaign that will reflect the aspirations of a nation to be civil, progressive, fair and just.
In this regard, we urge all sides, particularly our friends from the Barisan Nasional to observe the proper ethical standards and honour the democratic process and principles governing the conduct of political campaigns. We pledge to do the same and to defend the security and peace of the nation and warn against irresponsible elements out to create trouble and mischief. Indeed, we welcome the statement by Dato’ Seri Najib Razak and hold him to this word that there will be a peaceful transition of government in the event Pakatan Rakyat wins the 13th General Elections.
Pakatan Rakyat indeed has all confidence that the security forces will act professionally and fairly in the interest of maintaining public order and safety throughout the campaign period. This is in line with the duty and responsibility entrusted them by Federal Constitution to safeguard the democratic process and ensure that people continue to have the freedom to determine a government of their choice.
We once again extend the invitation to Dato’ Seri Najib Razak to engage in a proper and healthy debate in order for the people to have a better opportunity to make a proper and informed choice as to who should be given the mandate to rule.
Rabu 4 April 2013
Akhirnya, parlimen Malaysia telah dibubarkan melalui pengumuman yang dibuat oleh Perdana Menteri, Datuk Seri Najib Razak. Ini bermakna Pilihan Raya Umum ke-13 boleh diadakan seawal 2o April atau 27 April.
Pengumuman itu dibuat dari Pejabat Perdana Menteri, dengan disiarkan secara langsung di televisyen pada jam 11.30 pagi.
PETALING JAYA 2 APRIL: Seramai 4,000 pengundi berdaftar Taman Medan dipindahkan tanpa pengetahuan, dedah Ahli Dewan Undangan Negeri (Adun) kawasan itu, Haniza Talha.
Jumlah itu meliputi senarai 40,000 pengundi berdaftar di DUN berkenaan sejak 2008.
Menurutnya, pengundi terlibat dikesan dipindah keluar ke kawasan lain dan digantikan dengan jumlah yang sama.
Haniza berkata, penambahan sebanyak 5,000 menjadikan pengundi mengikut Rang Daftar Pemilih 2012 berjumlah 45,000.
Katanya, 4,000 dari 40,000 pengundi asal itu dipindahkan dan diganti pengundi baru menjadikan penambahan sebanyak 9,000.
“Nampak seolah-olah penambahan cuma 5,000 tapi sebenarnya lebih,” jelas Haniza.
Beliau merujuk salah satu kes berkenaan apabila semakan pada daftar pemilih pada 2013 mendapati nama pengundi yang berdaftar di Taman Medan pada 2008, ditukar ke Seri Setia.
“Pengundi tersebut terkejut kerana tak pernah buat permohonan penukaran malah alamatnya masih sama,” jelas Ketua Wanita KEADILAN Selangor itu.
Ekoran itu, kata Haniza, KEADILAN Taman Medan akan menggesa Suruhanjaya Pilihan Raya (SPR) menyiasat pemindahan tersebut.
“Kita akan buat laporan polis dan minta mereka siasat. Perkara ini sudah dijangka berlaku seperti di Lembah Pantai. Kita juga tak terkejut jika lebih banyak lagi kes seperti itu,” katanya bimbang akan ada ‘orang lain’ yang mengundi untuk mangsa terlibat.
Daripada: Keadilan Daily
Ulang tahun ke-13 Reformasi membawa banyak memori dan Senandung Reformasi mengiktiraf sumbangan individu-individu yang tidak dikenali tetapi telah sama-sama memberikan sumbangan mereka yang sangat bermakna kepada kelangsungan reformasi dalam Malaysia.
Turut hadir sama, Presiden Keadilan, Datuk Seri Dr Wan Azizah Wan Ismail, Ketua Umum Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim, YAB Pn Sri Salbiah Tunut, YB Zuraida Kamaruddin dan seluruh kepmpinan Wanita, Angkatan Muda Keadilan dan wakil-wakil rakyat Pakatan Rakyat.
In a resounding chorus today, Pakatan Rakyat’s top leadership pledged to consolidate their inner strength and shun all forms of corruption, that would betray the opposition coalition’s struggle.
DAP, PAS and PKR leaders raised their hands and loudly read out the five pledges before the 2,000 strong audience, after expressing their regret over the erosion of the country’s basic justice and democracy.
They also regretted that Malaysians continue to be denied their rights and continue to be marginalised and unable to enjoy the wealth of the country.
“Therefore, we who support Pakatan Rakyat fully pledge to build a new Malaysia which is democratic, fair and caring.
The other pledges included defending the federal constitution, upgrading the quality of public services and strengthening the cooperation between the Pakatan components.
Leaders taking the pledge included PKR de facto leader Anwar Ibrahim, PKR president Dr Wan Azizah Wan Ismail, the party’s deputy president Azmin Ali and vice president Fuziah Salleh, DAP secretary-general Lim Guan Eng and party advisor Lim Kit Siang, PAS spiritual leader Nik Aziz Nik Mat, PAS president Abdul Hadi Awang, the party’s deputy chief Mohamed Sabu and vice-chief Mahfuz Omar.
However, missing from what is likely the final Pakatan convention before the 13th general election were the fireworks and clamouring battle cries to lead the coalition’s supporters to battle for Putrajaya.
However, the top leadership did announce several policy reforms should they come to power.
And fresh from his Sodomy II acquittal, the firebrand Anwar failed to excite the audience with any new announcement except to renew calls for a policy debate with Prime Minister Najib Razak.
Anwar, the Permatang Pauh MP, who met reporters after the concluding session today was not even interested in counter suing Sodomy II complainant Mohd Saiful Bukhairy Azlan.
But he responded to Bersih chief S Ambiga’s proposal for an anti-corruption plan, saying Pakatan was “open” and will reveal such a plan.
He added that he would meet the former Bar Council president to hear her suggestions on the proposed plan.
Meanwhile, he was more interested in focussing on the election, saying the three allies must discuss, negotiate as one leadership, message, voice and agenda to arrive at Putrajaya.
“Pakatan’s agenda must be memorised, and shared with the people. Umno is an old lion without teeth.
“We must be confident that we will work towards goodness, not to betray or accumulate personal wealth,” he said.
“It’s going to be a no nonsense administration (if Pakatan takes over). You perform, you stay, you’re corrupt, you go,” he warned.
Reporting by Malaysiakini Team; Aidila Razak, Kow Gah Chie, Low Chia Ming, Salhan K Ahmad and Susan Loone.