Fuziah Salleh

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Laporan Polis terhadap Pengerusi SPR

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LAPORAN POLIS

5hb Mac 2008

PENIPUAN SPR TERHADAP RAKYAT MALAYSIA

Saya merujuk kepada kenyataan Setiausaha Suruhanjaya Pilihanraya Datuk Kamaruzaman Mohd Noor (rujuk Sinar Harian 27 feb 2008). Kenyataan beliau mengatakan bahawa Daftar Pemilih Induk (DPI) yang diguna pakai dalam pilihan raya umum ke 12 yang diwartakan pada 5 Februari lalu telah dibersihkan daripada senarai pemilih yang telah meninggal dunia sejak 1 Januari 2004 sehingga 31 Disember 2007.

Beliau juga menyatakan bahawa pemilih yang baru meninggal yang belum sempat di bersihkan akan dimaklumkan kepada Ketua Pusat Mengundi yang terbabit.

Penelitian saya terhadap perkara ini menunjukkan bahawa kenyataan beliau tidak benar sama sekali dimana beliau telah berbohong kepada seluruh rakyat Malaysia.

1. Saya punya bukti bahawa daftar pemilih yang dikeluarkan SPR untuk kawasan Parlimen P083 Kuantan masih lagi mengandungi nama-nama pemilih yang telah meninggal dunia sebelum Disember 2007. Nama mereka tetap masih kekal di dalam daftar pemilih.

2. Saya juga punya bukti bahawa ada nama yang telah ‘diBERSIHkan’ daripada daftar pemilih sebelum 31 Disember 2008 untuk kawasan Parlimen P083 Kuantan, telah dimasukkan semula kedalam daftar pemilih yang diwartakan pada 5 Februari 2008 untuk kawasan Parlimen yang sama dan ada pula untuk kawasan Parlimen yang lain.

3. Pemilih yang telah di BERSIHkan nama mereka ini ada pula yang di masukkan semula ke DPI dengan mempunyai IC no yang baru beserta nombor IC lama mereka.

4. Saya juga punya laporan berkenaan aduan pemilih yang telah beberapa kali mengundi di Kuantan tetapi sekarang telah dipindahkan sebagai pemilih dikawasan yang lain tanpa pengetahuan dan bukan disebabkan perpindahan alamat pihak beliau.

5. MEMORENDUM BANTAHAN saya kepada pihak SPR negri Pahang 4hb Mac semalam telah mendapat jawapan bahawa daftar pemilih yang telah di wartakan SPR adalah muktamad dan tidak boleh di persoalkan. (Rujuk Akta Pilihan Raya 1958 Seksyen 9A). Ini adalah bukti bahawa SPR menggunakan undang-undang untuk menutup penipuan mereka.

Dengan itu saya gesa dan saya pohon pihak Polis Di Raja Malaysia untuk membuat penyiasatan keatas Pengerusi SPR, dan Setiusaha SPR berkenaan penipuan SPR ini demi kepentingan seluruh rakyat Malaysia.

Rakyat Malaysia juga berhak mendakwa SPR diatas penipuan ini.

Saya juga menyeru SPR supaya menjalankan tugas secara telus dan penuh integriti serta tidak diperalatkan oleh Barisan Nasional.

Terima Kasih

Hjh Fuziah Salleh

Calon Parlimen P083 Kuantan

(Ketua Bahagian KeADILan Kuantan)

March 5, 2008 - Posted by | Politics

13 Comments »

  1. Tahniah Pn. Fuziah………….
    Kami ingin kan suara anda di parlimen..
    Teruskan perjuangan anda……

    Comment by wmshahir | March 9, 2008

  2. Tahniah kak fuziah

    Tahniah

    Semoga Allah memberkati & memudahkan perjuangan di parlimen

    * Suara Reformasi pasti mengoncangkan Parlimen. tak sabar nak menengoknya. insha allah, parlimen pekan akan mengikut jejak indera mahkota & kuantan🙂

    Comment by Suhaimiam | March 9, 2008

  3. Salam

    My heartiest congratulations
    Selamat bertugas .
    Allahuakbar!

    Kak Su

    Comment by Dr Suriya | March 9, 2008

  4. Tahniah kak Fuziah🙂

    Comment by chin | March 11, 2008

  5. kenapa biler dah menang blog senyap jer..?
    xder ucapan terima kasih ker atau aper2 lah kpd yg mengundi, yg mengubah politik negara ni??

    Comment by putri | March 12, 2008

  6. If you want to have a better future for our children in Malaysia, do you part by signing the on-line petition at http://www.petitiononline.com/RCER2008/petition.html

    This is one of the way (non-violence) to bring our message to the Government. Don’t just sit there, stand up and be counted!

    Why do we need to reform the Election Commission?

    1) Gerrymandering. The discrepancy between number of voters in voting areas is too great. The smallest parliamentary seat (Federal Territory, Putrajaya) has only 6,608 voters while the parliamentary seat for Kapar in Selangor has 112,224 voters. What this means is that one vote in the Putrajaya parliamentary constituency is equivalent to 17 votes in the Kapar constituency.

    2) Phantom voters. A common tactic is to ‘buy’ the identity card of the voters. Party members from the ruling parties will then vote on the voters’ behalf. Random checking of a person’s identity must be conducted using those finger print checking device (like the bank use). Any voting done on another person’s identity must be made a serious offence under the election law.

    3) Postal votes. The rules on postal voting must be reviewed, tightened and amended. The current rule favours the ruling party as the armed forces personnel and policemen who vote by ‘postal voting’ would obviously not jeopardize their career or promotion prospect by voting for the opposition. Voting under postal voting is not secret as it is under the watchful eyes of the senior officers.

    4) Spoiled votes. How do we define spoiled votes. It is very easy to turn good votes into spoiled votes (by adding one more x to the ballot paper). Are spoiled votes being verified and watched over by the party representatives? In marginal areas in which the winning margin is razor thin, the so-called spoiled votes need to be scrutinized.

    Comment by Sean E | March 12, 2008

  7. Dear Putri
    Ketika ini sebahagian aktiviti dan kenyataan-kenyataan Pn Fuziah Salleh akan tertera di url berikut:
    http://justice4allkuantan.wordpress.com

    Beliau telah menyatakan perasaan dan terima kasih beliau kepada rakyat Kuantan dalam press release bertarikh 9/03/08.
    Beberapa tindakan awal telah beliau gariskan dan akan beliau laksanakan serta-merta.
    Pengauditan segala yang telah atau yang belum dilaksanakan oleh pentadbiran BN juga akan dilakukan terlebih dahulu sebelum segera merancang dan mengatur langkah-langkah untuk manafat rakyat Kuantan.

    Semoga Putri dan seluruh Warga Kuantan, di mana saja berada, memberi kerjasama, buah fikiran dan segala apa yang boleh untuk menjayakan perubahan kearah pentadbiran yang berorientasikan rakyat.

    Comment by rozaini | March 13, 2008

  8. Keputusan undi telah buktikan yg SPR tidak menyokong sesiape…? SO SU..u nak mintak maaf dengan siape ? Tp sy nak ingatkan kemenangan p/raya kali ni adalah kemenagan DAP dan bukannye kemenangan orang MELAYU…Pengajarannye org melayu telah berpecah dan org cina telah menang. Jgn satu hr nanti…MALAYSIA akan jadi mcm SINGAPOE…org melayu merempat di negara sendiri….dan penyokong PKR sedarlah bahawa anda sedang menolong seorang yg ingin membalas dendam dan bukannye tujuannye utk rakyat….jgn sampai menang sorak…kampung tergadai….saya lebih suka jika PAS dan UMNO bersatu….barulah org melayu kuat….HIDUP MELAYU…HIDUP ISLAM….

    Comment by tajul | March 13, 2008

  9. Dear Fuziah,

    Congratulations for winning the seat!

    This is kemenangan RAKYAT, not DAP, PKR, PAS or BN. The people have come out to vote and have chosen. We believe in you that you will do your best with Azan also of PKR who won the Indera Mahkota seat. I’m praying for you and the rest of the leaders to bring the necessary changes to Malaysia. We might be Melayu, Cina or India but if we cut open our veins, our blood colour is the same… red. So let’s look at each other more than skin deep.

    Btw, can you please ask Azan Ismail to set up a blog too? It would really help with communication and updates on his work in Kuantan. Don’t be like most of the BN leaders who are lost when it comes to the internet and communication with the grassroots.🙂

    Comment by Jack Ling | March 14, 2008

  10. congratz!!!

    Now, governs the 5 states successfully. Show the rakyat that you can govern states and then Malaysia nation especially in economy, safety, justice, education, state administration, transparency and many more.

    if you excel in the five states, you can convince the rakyat to choose you as a ruling party at federal level; the same manifesto or strength of BN.

    in your future manifesto, pay attention to investor/ corporate sectors. Draft the manifestos as if you are going to become the Malaysia ruling party. Alike BN, play with statistics and numbers; say 10 million for education, say millions for safety etc. opposition should have shadow cabinet line-up to prepare these manifesto.

    Now, concentrate on Sabah and Sarawak parliamentary and state seats. pkr (or the opposition front) must show that it is a party for all races and ethnics ie bajau, kadazan, dusun etc. most of them vote BN because their mentality (i might be wrong) is BN brings development. if you can develop the 5 states, they can open their eyes and vote opposition in next general election.

    Pas, pkr, dap etc must groom leaders or candidates for the 13th general election. Pick candidates with strong education background so that people have faith in them able to govern states (or Malaysia). Starting from today, these candidates must turun padang to list down all the problem faces by rakyat and tackled the problems; win their heart and show them that you do works. if the candidates don’t have enough time and energy, seek help from opposition supporters or appoint assistances as many as you need.BN won uncontested in 11 parliamentary seats meaning opposition lacks 11 leaders/ candidates.

    Starting today until the next GE, keep record of mismanagements, corruptions (power and money), wrongdoings of BN for your campaigning points.

    Most of the main media in Malaysia are controlled by the ruling party. opposition candidates must use alternative medium such as internet or blogs to convey their messages, counter the ruling party allegations, reveals corruptions by BN etc. if the candidates are busy, ask the party supporters to run the blog; maybe can elect media committee. The opposition have won five states and KL; make as many press conference as you can to address your developments, progress etc. each states have its own radio station; use these opportunity to deliver the messages.

    Work very hard during this 4 or 5 years!!

    If not, rakyat will vote for BN in the next election

    if selangor can beat pahang or sabah or sarawak in economy, safety, education etc performances, the sabahan and the sarawakian and pahang people might choose the opposition in 13th GE.

    The opposition must pick an outstanding state as a benchmark while governing the 5 states. If say pahang attracted 10 foreign investors, the five states must have more than 10 investors. If sabah crime rate is 10 %( let say it is a state with lowest crime rate), the opposition must have lower than 10% of crime rate. The examples are endless.

    Comment by nizam | March 14, 2008

  11. Hello Anil ! You have written a very insightful article arising from the Sub-prime mortgage problem, of which I was not too clear about. After reading your article I can see that it looks very much the 1997 problem that got Asia undone by the same people from the US and I suppose from EU.

    I believe in one wise and ancient saying that nothing comes from nothing; and no matter how clever you are you just cannot pump up hot air and expect it to remain the same all the time, what goes up must eventually come down. The BN government have for the last 50 years been about shaving off a percentage of all government generated contracts and franchises for their own selfish benefit; I would go as far as to say that about 25% of all government contracts have been shaved off and pass on as waste due to corruption. Grandiose projects are thought up that are not of any urgency or requirement are implemented merely because the bigger they are the more the politicians can shave off for themselves. Looking at the second bridge project for Penang I can only say that this is another white elephant that will costs the state several billion ringgit and the shave off will make another crony very rich.

    I have been back to KL and the huge highway that runs through KL to Penang must have costs several billions, and from my observation there is no urgency for such a huge project, Penang is a sea port and Penang could have a first class air-port to improve much needed infrastructure, but instead you plan to put in a billion dollar second bridge project; where is the need for such a project ?

    In KL the hugely expensive FREEWAY does not merit the expenditure because it has not loosened up traffic at all, there are still very long traffic chock points that were there before the highway was put in use as it is now when it is in use. These projects were built merely to benefit those in power. To give them the opportunity to collect toll and to shave off a percentage of the contract sum. The BN government has wasted billions upon billions over the past 50 years. Compare the returns on investment between Singapore and Malaysia and you can see what they have and how they have put their investment dollars to good use. Malaysia wasted their billions upon billions of their ringgit merely to profit a few in the government. While Singapore has invested billions of dollars towards building up one of the world’s finest educational system and a world renown R & D facilities, Malaysia is still “clomping” along at bullock-cart speed; there is just no comparison, a case of cheese and chalk. Singapore has catapulted into the front ranks of a 21st century economy, while Malaysia is still chugging along at a leisurely “kampong” pace.

    I have forever said that Malaysia had the good fortune to discover oil at the time that I left Malaysia, and that discovery of oil saved Malaysia from becoming a case of a SUDAN OR AFGHANISTAN. Malaysia has no manufacturing to speak off. What is passed off as manufacturing in Malaysia is nothing more than mere assembly of discarded Japanese technology as eg. The assembly of the Mitsubishi that passes for the Proton. Yes Malaysia bought the British Lotus and what profitability has it generated ? Look at the Malaysian icon of cheap flights, like Asia Airlines a success story, but it was bought by Fernandes for 1 ringgit and turned around. The Malaysian government lost billions in that project only to be turned around by a non Malay. There are hundreds of other similar examples, that proves the rule that AFFIRMATIVE ACTION IS A WASTE OF SCARCE RESOURCES; it did not really benefit the Malays because all the projects that were supported by Affirmative action went into huge losses and they did not benefit Malaysia in any meaningful way.

    The Malays ought to by now at least by trial and error, realize that it takes a certain type of individual to become an entrepreneur and one can say by a rule of thump that a Malay is not likely to be one.

    Penang is an excellent test bed for Malaysia (and by that I mean the BN government) to find a more effective model for development than just sticking to a failed model that is hooked on affirmative action that has gone on for the last 50 years. I agree with DAP that the NEP needs to be scraped because Penang is mainly Chinese, may I guess about 75% Chinese ? Therefore, 75% of the population will not need affirmative action (are there 25% Malays in Penang ? ) In the case of Penang therefore, may I suggest that CM Lim Guan Eng need not take any step back from what he has declared, that he will scrap the NEP(I think he will scrap it too ). My suggestion is for the CM to implement a public announcement of all the good stuff eg. Government contracts up for tender and scholarships and jobs in government.
    My suggestion is that if qualified Malays win any government contracts by fair tender then government assistance may be available to the successful Malay contractor to complete the project. This model is built on the foundation that merit is the basis of success and that if the Malay candidate has merit but not sufficient means to complete his project, the government will render assistance to him. This system will therefore remove the “Malay Sultan syndrome”; the Chinese dubbed this the Malai Wong system, whereby the China-man enlist a Malay as the chairman and under his name takes on a government contract and pays off the Malay chairman a percentage of the contract but the whole project is managed by the Chinese. This system has gone on ever since the first days of Merdeka and it is the greatest indictment of the failure of Malaysia’s failed affirmative action. Let us be blunt about it, if the Malay is not able or qualified to take the job then where is the common sense for taking him on ? His inadequacy only blow up the costs of the project and this has gone on forever.

    I can say that I speak for most Chinese that we do not object and for that matter we had never ever objected to a fair and equitably administered affirmative action, meaning that this assistance are given justly to deserving cases of Malays who need assistances to progress. We Chinese only object to the wastage brought on by nepotism and corruption. If affirmative action only benefits an elite then the Malays will never progress to the point when they will not need any assistance. This is our objection. That being the case CM Lim can experiment with a system that will ultimately create a class of Malay entrepreneurs that will draw level with the other races. What CM Lim has said is just common sense and good thinking. We Chinese do not need any affirmative action.

    On the issue of the award of scholarships and government jobs, if I remember rightly, there is provision in the original Malaysian Constitution that mandates a ratio of 3 : 1 in other words, a 25% places reserved for non-Malays; but this provision had been perverted by those administer the government to give ALL THE PLACES to the Malays. All we need do is to revert to the original Malaysian Constitution and enforce that provision according to the law. We need to name the successful candidates in the press, like the publication of the HSC results. Who are the Malays and who are the non-Malays to show transparency and just administration of the required affirmative action. I believe that transparency is the key and it applies even in the case of the Malays.

    Comment by yapchongyee | March 15, 2008

  12. The Malaysian Constitution in its original form was a document that delivered to the People justice according to law; but after the “513” riots, UMNO had progressively undermined the justice elements of the Constitution to finally make nonsense of the Constitution. The Malaysian Constitution today is nothing short a joke and is the laughing stock of the world community. The final product of all the amendments that have been made to meet the political whims of Tun Mahatir is a document that is meaningless; of all the craziness that went to amend the Constitution are those that GAVE ABSOLUTE POWER TO THE JUDICIARY TO DO & ACT ILLEGALLY AND OUTSIDE THE LAW AS AND WHEN IT PLEASES THEM TO DO SO. Malaysia today is lawless because High Court judges themselves commit criminal offences while performing their duties on the bench because they are not required to be accountable and in their IGNORANCE OF THE LAW they commit breaches of the Penal Code and still are not held accountable. If the laws of the nation is not held sacrosanct as it is not held sacrosanct in Malaysia, then there is no need for the very existence of Parliament, because Judges in Malaysia make their own laws by not strictly enforcing the law. Judges depart from provisions of the law and do as they pleased. What jurisprudence in all the civilized world can make sense of the over-riding of the Malaysian Constitution by the Sharia laws, because the Constitution IS THE MOTHER OF ALL LAWS and the Sharia must come under the Constitution not the other way around; this proposition is so basic that any 1st year law student must know, and yet the Highest Court of Malaysia went on to over ride the Malaysian Constitution by the Sharia.

    The sorry state of Malaysian politics has come about because the leaders of MCA & MIC were co-conspirators to the leaders UMNO to commit PLUNDER on the nation’s wealth and resources. Without exception the leaders of UMNO<MIC & MCA all became rich; just handful of super rich and all the others of Malays, Indians and Chinese are no better off than when Malaysia first got independence. The real problem why the Malays have not progressed as far and as fast is because of the myth of the NEP. This New Economic Policy was crafted to weave the illusion that all the benefits of Malay special privileges went to the Malays while the Chinese & Indians do not get to participate in the national largess. The IRONY of propaganda that has been touted by the Barisan National to all Malaysians is that the more that it is said that all the benefits of special privileges goes to the Malays the more the Malay people supports the UMNO; when in truth all the benefits of Special Malay Privileges went to a handful of UMNO leaders and their children, in short to the UMNO elites. I believe that this exclusive group make up of about 5,000 families or at most 6,000 families. The point that I want to emphasize is the UMNO spin that all the special privileges went to the Malays, when in fact that has always been a lie, because ONLY THOSE WHO HAVE PERSONAL CONTACTS WITH UMNO ELITES HAVE ACCESS TO THE GOODIES and the ordinary Malays who may be very qualified will miss out just because they have no one to PULL STRINGS. The creation of this UMNO clique restrict the selection of suitable candidates to only a very narrow and small base and therefore THE BEST & BRIGHTEST OF THE MALAYS ARE NOT GIVEN CHANCES. This process runs through to the whole of everything.

    I can speak for the Chinese, when I say that we Chinese do not object to giving special privileges to the Malays, but what is not agreeable to us is that the GOODIES ARE NOT GIVEN OUT TO gain the best returns; instead of culling for the best & brightest from 24 million Malay rakyat, the UMNO dominated system find the required number of candidates from only 5,000 families, therefore how can that be the best & brightest ?

    From my perspective, if the Malaysian Constitution were brought back to its original form as when it was originally framed, Malaysia will progress much faster and we in Malaysia will eventually catch up to Singapore instead of looking with envy across the Johore Straits because we in Malaysia do not have a viable and equitable model to develop our nation. We in Malaysia have natural resources while Singapore has only rocks, so why are we still behind in our development ? We had the NEP for the last 40 Years and we have not made any meaningful progress, so why do we not try out something new. If People’s Republic of China can rise in world ranking from 132 to No 2 in just a matter of 20 years, what cannot Malaysia do if we had a model that works instead on that is 40 years old and it does not work !

    UMNO cannot be salvaged because UMNO is built on an ethos of HATE, it finds support from the Malays by spreading the myth of the Chinese having it all and the Malays are robbed by the Chinese; this is not true but to the Malays it is comforting to know that it is not their inaptitude or their incompetence that is to blame but it is the Chinese that has deprived them of what is theirs. If the truth be told, the Chinese are the ones who keep the economy afloat, of course the Malays will not admit although they know in their own mind that this is so. Who are the people who handle the trade in Malaysia and who are the entrepreneurs in Malaysia if not for the Chinese. We have not been the recipients of any government hand outs for 50 years and we will not need any in the future either. I really think it is good counsel for the Malays not to loose the Chinese component of Malaysia too quickly or as the saying goes, “you may regret getting what you hope for”.

    I had earlier written an opinion that for the well being of Malaysia it is not merely enough that UMNO be toppled, BUT UMNO MUST BE DESTROYED and a new and totally Malaysian Malaysia be put in the place of UMNO. I have always advocated that Dato Seri Anwar is the right leader and this point in Malaysian history, because he has the wisdom to state publicly tat the NEP must be scraped and in its place a model that is Dato Seri Anwar’s be put in place. Malaysia has so far only known race based politics and that model is UMNO and it is divisive and from this election the people have rejected it as nt workable. I had also advocated that with the success of the coalition of PAS, DAP and PKR a two party system will emerge, but since the tremendous success of this coalition, my sights have broadened. I believe that it is time for the MCA and the MIC and the PAS and the DAP to merge with PKR to form a non-race based party and that will mean that all these coalition components become as one as eg. Become PKR; remember only a Malay under the Malaysian Constitution can be Prime Minister. However this can only happen in a distant future because PAS will not easily give up their individuality, they may loose support if they did. My suggestion is for a future when our people are more sophisticated.

    However, The relevance of MCA and MIC have lost their meaning and there is nothing for MCA to stick around UMNO except to lick UMNO arses. I believe that is not this one the next UMNO will loose government. In its present form MCA cannot represent the Chinese in any meaningful way. Having said that may I tout the idea that all MCA members of Parliament of this election CROSS THE FLOOR OF PARLIAMENT AND JOING IN UNITED FRONT WITH KEADILAN TO FORM GOVERNMENT. MCA must not compound their 50 years of licking the feet of UMNO. Stand up on your “hiny” and bid UMNO farewell. Chinese interests is best served by PKR.

    Comment by yapchongyee | March 18, 2008

  13. NOW WHO IS THE OPPOSITION AND TROUBLE-CAUSER?

    The recent developments in the country clearly shows the disrespect
    UMNO has towards our Palace. It is clearly spelt out in the RUKUNEGARA
    – SETIA KEPADA RAJA DAN NEGARA. Now here we see our Pak Lah, the
    Prime Minister of Malaysia, setting a bad example to all our younger generation
    to disrespect the Sultans.
    Pak Lah should learn from Mr. Lim Kit Siang, our DAP Leader from the Opposition, for his immediate retraction and apology to the Raja of Perak
    for his boycott threat not to attend the Investure Ceremony. Finally everything was settled in the spirit of RESPECT & MUHIBAH.
    UMNO is treading the wrong path by bringing in ‘Rubbish & Corrupt’Politicians
    like the one ‘carrying bags of money and being caught and then say I do not know English and get away scott free – correct! correct!correct!. If you have these so-called politicians who are the great advisers to Pak Lah, then he is just heading towards his own doom.
    Pak Lah should have righfully had an audience with the King(Sultan of Trengganu) to discuss about the appointment of the Menteri Besar and then issue the official appointment letter to the Menteri Besar. This is the right
    path he should have adopted. The arragonce of UMNO has brought about this mess.
    The Rakyat love the King and the Palace as they are the protectors for the Rakyat should anything unforseen happen to the Country. Politicians come and go but the Palace is our Saviour.
    If UMNO wants to test the Loyalty of the Rakyat and UMNO, see what happens
    if you have a State Re-Election. The Opposition would easily walk in.
    Every small development is being watched by the Rakyat, not vide the Govt. controlled TV and Press, but vide the Internet, blogs and Websites.
    Beware of your actions with the Palace. Just bend and say sorry as what Mr.Lim Kit Siang did. He is wise. Follow his footsteps and stop your Arrogance with the Palace.

    Comment by mahendra | March 24, 2008


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