Saturday, April 16, 2011

Sarawak Election - Congratulations to all.

Sarawak Election - Congratulations to all.


Sarawak Election - Congratulations to all.

Posted: 16 Apr 2011 11:34 AM PDT

Let us all congratulate every quarter involved in the Sarawak State Election. I wish to extend and wish BN congratulations for the huge victory and managed to secure the 2/3 majority that the ruling party was dying to attain. BN won 55 seats and that is comfortable by numbers. BUT BN Sarawak ceases to be the Fixed Deposit for national BN from now on.

Let us not neglect to congratulate DAP for being able to double its representation in the State Legislative to 12 in total. Bear in mind that it's 100 percent jump and no one should deny that the party's existence in the Hornbill state is an existence with huge consequence.

PKR too has tripled its numbers to 3 and George Lagong cleverly snatched another seat from BN with an Independent ticket. PKR and George too deserve big praise for their performances.

The Election Commission (EC) merit commendation for successfully conducting the State Election with great success and as the EC Chairman admitted that this election was the most successful election ever conducted by the EC so far. The police too had provided the security of the State Election very well and the IGP gave his heartiest praise to all his men on duty during the 10-day campaign period.

Throughout the 10-day intense campaign period, there had not been any annoying incident that would have stained the election process and that reflects the maturity of Sarawakian from both sides of the divide. The people too deserve approbation for participating in the election in orderly conduct.

Of course every quarter has to loose some and gain some. AND that is normal in any democracy.

Thank you.


PKR declares victory for Pakatan in Sarawak

Posted: 16 Apr 2011 10:06 AM PDT

From Suara Keadilan Sarawak

April 16, 2011

KUCHING, April 16 — PKR declared victory for Pakatan Rakyat (PR) tonight despite suffering massive losses, claiming the polls results were an "excellent start" to a new beginning for Sarawak and a sign that Malaysians were ready for a two-party system.

PKR's Sarawak chief Baru Bian, who won in Ba'Kelalan seat, said the pact's success in more than doubling its seat representation in the state assembly was a sign that Barisan Nasional's (BN) "fixed deposit" of Sarawak was now "being withdrawn."

"I would like to give thanks to the many people who prayed for us. The whole country was praying for a change and it has come … it is a sign, it is an excellent start and a new beginning for change in Sarawak," he told a press conference at the party's headquarters here.

Tonight's results saw DAP scoring a resounding victory when it swept up 12 of the 15 seats it had contested while PKR won in three out of 49 seats and PAS lost in all five seats.

In total, BN retained its two-thirds majority but with a reduced tally from 63 to 55. Independent George Lagong won in one seat.

Sarawak-based opposition party SNAP, which fielded candidates to contest against PKR in 26 seats after a disagreement over seat distribution, failed to win a single seat and many of its candidates have even lost their deposits for the polls.

"From the results, one of the most obvious and good things is that it confirmed to us that the two-party system, that rose from the 2008 tsunami, is here to stay. It is a reality, judging from the vote pattern.

"It looks like the clear choice for the people is either BN or PR … this is a good sign of approval from Sarawakians that the system is here to stay," he said.

Despite its failure to deny BN its customary two-thirds majority in the House, the opposition nearly doubled its tally from eight to 15, a clear indication that PR had successfully broken into the ruling government's east Malaysian fortress.

PKR president Datin Seri Dr Wan Azizah Wan Ismail, who jointly chaired the press conference tonight, agreed with Baru's reading of the poll results, saying that Sarawakians had displayed political maturity throughout the 10-day campaign period and when casting their ballots today.

"I would like to congratulate Sarawak. The results are historic … never in the history of Sarawak and this leads us to the two-party system," she said.

She also acknowledged that PKR had suffered major losses in the polls as it had only triumphed in three of the 49 seats it had contested but blamed the losses on electoral fraud.

"We were facing a government machinery so I thank Allah that we have done pretty well in the election.

"We were not faced with an ordinary or level playing field so now we want to see where these irregularities are and we will make our protest known," she said.

Both Baru and Wan Azizah agreed that tonight's outcome would boost PR's confidence in the coming federal elections, which has to be called before 2013.

Baru noted, however, that the voting pattern from the polls showed that many of those living in the interiors of Sarawak were still starry-eyed over BN's promises of development and election goodies.

The urban and semi-urban vote played a major factor in PR's success in tonight's state polls, a clear indication that the pact has yet to make significant headway with rural communities, often considered as BN's vote bank.

"There is a change … but there is still a percentage of people in the rural areas who are yet to be ready to look into the future. Their judgements are clouded by how BN dangles carrots and projects before them," he said.

He promised, however, that PR would compile a list of BN's many promises made during the polls and hold them to it.

"We will expose them. I am confident that if we put the facts and truth before the people, their mindset will change," he said.

We fought fair and honest and hard and we gave BN a good scare. We have created history in Sarawak with a clear two party system tonight.

Thank you to all who helped in one way or another, who gave their time, their money and their prayers.

We live another day to continue the fight for JUSTICE!

Kita kalah dengan bermaruah!


Undi Popular BN Sarawak Jatuh Dari 63% kepada 55%

Posted: 16 Apr 2011 08:20 AM PDT

BN kalah di 16 kerusi. DAP menambah bilangan kerusi. PKR menambah bilangan kerusi. PAS pula kekal seperti sebelum ini.

Juga, mengikut beberapa kerusi BN dimenangi ehsan dari undi pos i.e. Senadin. Kalau tidak ada undi pos, nescaya PR menambah beberapa kerusi lagi.

Undi PKR di kawasan2 pendalaman di Sarawak juga naik tapi tak naik dgn cukup.

Undi BN pula jatuh sebanyak 8% kepada 55%. Undi kita naik kepada 45%.

Sudah sememangnya bagi majoriti rakyat Sarawak yang tidak pernah mengundi pembangkang memakan waktu untuk berubah.

Kita juga mesti ingat. Kita berlawan dengan lautan duit, jentera kerajaan Pusat dan negeri yang digunakan sepenuhnya, rasuah pilihanraya, SPR yang tidak adil dan sebagainya.

Kita berlawan dengan jentera kerajaan dan kita masih boleh menambah kerusi dan bilangan undi.

Jangan merasa sedih dan gusar. Inshaalah, ini adalah perubahan yang baik kepada Pakatan Rakyat.

Masih ada lagi pilihanraya parlimen untuk kita menangi. Inshaalah keadaan akan jadi lebih baik.

Dan gayanya Pak Taib tidak akan berundur dari kerusi Ketua Menteri Sarawak.

Tulang Besi


BN Retains Two-Thirds Majority But Sarawak’s Fixed Deposit Shattered - By Jahabar Sadiq.

Posted: 16 Apr 2011 09:09 AM PDT

The Barisan Nasional (BN) has managed to keep its two-thirds legislative majority in Sarawak but today's results have shattered the coalition's invincibility and the notion of a fixed deposit in future elections.

The DAP doubled its presence to 12 and PKR tripled its representation although the Pakatan Rakyat (PR) lynchpin had contested in 49 seats. PAS lost in all five seats it contested while Independent George Lagong gained one seat.

The number of state seats to the Opposition pact will spell danger for BN as it could help them win more parliamentary seats when the general election is called by Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak. PR now has 75 MPs but the Sarawak win could translate into more in the future.

At 10.10pm, BN had already won 54, or 75 per cent, of the 71 seats in the Sarawak legislature.

The biggest upset was SUPP president and Deputy Chief Minister Tan Sri George Chan Hong Nam losing the Piasau state seat to DAP's Ling Sie Kiong.

The six-term incumbent's defeat could spell the end of the SUPP, which won only six of the 19 seats it contested.

BN had expected to lose up to 20 seats in this state election as the Opposition had centred its campaign on long-serving Sarawak Chief Minister Tan Sri Abdul Taib Mahmud, whose reluctance to step down has even apparently infuriated national BN leaders.

Najib had pledged that this would be Taib's last election and he would leave soon after but the veteran leader has said openly in front of the BN chairman that he will stick around for a few more years.

His presence could help move more support to PR, which won its seats despite limited money, logistics and media presence.

Najib himself had to spend six days canvassing for votes across Malaysia's largest state and state BN officials estimate that the coalition has spent nearly RM500 million to secure today's victory.

Opposition leaders had concurred before today's polling, saying BN officials had openly offered cash for support.

Sources within the Election Commission (EC) said BN won most of the seats as more from the older generation turned up to cast their ballots early compared to the younger generation who are known to support the Opposition.

"The trend was always for BN from early on in the day," a source told The Malaysian Insider.

He pointed out that Taib's PBB won all 35 seats that were contested reflecting the leader's popularity among the Melanau community.

Today's results will come as a relief to the ruling coalition which scrambled at the tail-end of the campaign to counter the massive crowds that thronged Opposition rallies in major towns.

But PR leaders were upbeat that they scored well in the state election.

"The future is bright for Pakatan in Sarawak. I don't think BN leadership will dare to call for GE in next few months," DAP national chairman Karpal Singh told reporters here.

However, PKR leaders were not around or too despondent to comment on the results.


Courtesy of The Malaysian Insider


Azmin Ali and Guan Eng Thank the Sarawak Voters

Posted: 16 Apr 2011 07:27 AM PDT

By the Administrator

Azmin Ali, the Keadilan Deputy President and Director of Election Committee in Sarawak, thanked the Sarawak voters for being brave to vote for CHANGE with Pakatan Rakyat securing 15 seats (DAP 12, PKR 3) and independent 1.

"We need to do more capacity-building for the party, though we have made inroads into the Sarawak rural base," said Azmin.

On the other hand, Lim Guan Eng, the DAP Secretary General and the Chief Minister of Penang, thanked all the voters and election workers who helped to create a two party system.

Meanwhile, with BN won with a 2/3 majority, its Chairman cum Prime Minister Najib Razak may now have the confidence to call for a national election soon.


[Sarawak Election] Sarawak State Election 2011 Latest Result

Posted: 16 Apr 2011 07:24 AM PDT


Barisan Nasional memenangi 54 kerusi manakala Pakatan Rakyat memenangi 16 kerusi. 1 lagi kerusi dimenangi oleh calon bebas.

Hal ini bermakna Pakatan Rakyat gagal mencapai matlamat yang ditetapkan iaitu 24 kerusi untuk memecahkan majoriti 2/3 yang dipegang oleh Barisan Nasional.

Tahniah kepada semua calon yang menang!




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BN retains 2/3 majority, a rueal-urban divide persists

Posted: 16 Apr 2011 06:58 AM PDT

According to Malaysiakini, although the full result for Senadin has been keyed into the system and BN has won by a 58 vote majority according to the screen, the returning officer has not announced the official results for the seat yet.

As the winning margin is under 2 percent PKR vice president Tian Chua, who is at the tally centre, says he will ask for a recount despite the law having been amended to limit recounts to the stream level.

He raised a few contentious issues, particularly that one of the streams has as much as 85 spoilt votes; extraordinary high compared to the total spoilt votes of 183.

He adds that the postal votes is the main reason for their defeat, with BN getting 1,134 to PKR's 58 postal votes.

8.58pm: Senadin PKR has lost by 68 votes, and say the main reason is the 1,090 postal votes that has gone to BN.

8.54pm: Expected final tally of seats:

BN: 55
DAP: 12
PKR: 3
Independent: 1

8.23pm: Both DAP and PKR win all five seats in Kuching.

8.04pm: DAP is expected to win all four Chinese-majority seats it contested in Kuching:

Padungan
: DAP (11,956), BN (4,076), majority 7,880
Pending
: DAP (13,557), BN (6,469), majority 7,088
Kota Sentosa: DAP (12,594), BN (7,770), majority 4,824
Batu Kawah: DAP (6,568), BN (5,744), majority 824


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Posted: 16 Apr 2011 06:41 AM PDT








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Baru Bian angkat sumpah untuk jadi KM Sarawak

Posted: 16 Apr 2011 06:12 AM PDT


Ba'Kelalan, Sarawak: Upacara angkat sumpah Baru Bian dianggap batal kerana tidak dilakukan di hadapan Ketua Umum dan Anugerah Tuhan, Dato Seri Anwar Ibrahim. Dia mengangkat sumpah diambar Anwar saja.

Anwar dilaporkan telah berlepas ke London semalam dalam perjalanan ke Amsterdam setelah menghabiskan masa kebih dua minggu berkempen di Sarawak.

Selepas pengundian pukul 12 tengahhari tutup, Baru Bian diumumkan memenangi kerusi Ba' Kelalan. Beliau mengalahkan Willy Liau dari BN dengan majoriti 475 undi.

Disebabkan masaalah line di Ba'Kelalan, Baru Bian tidak dapat mengetahui keputusan undi di tempat lain.

Baru Bian yang dijangka diangkat menjadi Ketua Menteri baru risau akan ada calun-calun PKR lompat ke BN, lalu mengambil keputusan mengangkat sumpah segera sebagai Ketua Menteri.

Baru Bian baru dapat dihubungi dan baru sedar dia tidak layak untuk jadi Ketua Pembangkang pun. PKR hanya menang 3 kerusi. - Agensi Husin Lempoyang


DAP Has Performed Well

Posted: 16 Apr 2011 05:46 AM PDT

I didn't realise that there were that many constituencies in Sarawak - a grand total of 71! Being from West Malaysia, I forget East Malaysia is so huge!

DAP contested 15 seats and has won 12.


That's not a bad performance at all.


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Sarawak Update 5

Posted: 16 Apr 2011 05:25 AM PDT

N1 Opar - BN
N2 Tasik Biru-BN
N3 Tanjung Batu-BN
N4 Pantai Damai-BN
N5 Demak Laut-BN
N6 Tupong-BN
N8 Satok-BN
N9 Padungan - DAP
N10 Pending - DAP
N11 Batu Lintang -
N12 Kota Sentosa - DAP
N13 Batu Kawan - DAP
N14 Asajaya-BN
N15 Muara Tuang-BN
N16 Bengoh-BN
N17 Tarat-BN
N18 Tebedu-BN
N19 Kedup - BN
N20 Sadong Jaya-BN
N22 Sebuyau - BN
N23 Lingga- BN
N24 Beting Maro - BN
N26 Bukit Begunan - BN
N28 Engkilili - BN
N30 Saribas - BN
N31 Layar - BN
N32 Bukit Saban - BN
N33 Kalaka - BN
N35 Belawan -BN
N36 Semop- BN
N37 Daro - BN
N38 Jemoreng - BN
N39 Repok - DAP
N40 Meradong-DAP
N41 Pakan-BN
N44 Machan-BN
N47 Bawang Assan-BN
N50 Dalat-BN
N51Balingian-BN
N54 Pelagus - Bebas
N56 Baleh-BN
N59 Kedurong DAP
N63 Piasau- DAP
N64 Pujut- DAP
N70 Ba'Kelalan - PKR
N71 Bukit Sari BN


Sarawak Summary 4

Posted: 16 Apr 2011 05:17 AM PDT

N1 Opar - BN
N2 Tasik Biru-BN
N3 Tanjung Batu-BN
N4 Pantai Damai-BN
N5 Demak Laut-BN
N6 Tupong-BN
N8 Satok-BN
N9 Padungan - DAP
N10 Pending - DAP
N11 Batu Lintang -
N12 Kota Sentosa - DAP
N13 Batu Kawan - DAP
N14 Asajaya-BN
N15 Muara Tuang-BN
N16 Bengoh-BN
N17 Tarat-BN
N18 Tebedu-BN
N19 Kedup - BN
N20 Sadong Jaya-BN
N22 Sebuyau - BN
N23 Lingga- BN
N24 Beting Maro - BN
N40 Meradong-DAP
N41 Pakan-BN
N44 Machan-BN
N47 Bawang Assan-BN
N50 Dalat-BN
N51Balingian-BN
N54 Pelagus - Bebas
N56 Baleh-BN
N59 Kedurong DAP
N63 Piasau- DAP
N64 Pujut- DAP
N70 Ba'Kelalan - PKR
N71 Bukit Sari BN


Sarawak Summary 3

Posted: 16 Apr 2011 05:09 AM PDT

N1 Opar - BN
N2 Tasik Biru-BN
N3 Tanjung Batu-BN
N4 Pantai Damai-BN
N5 Demak Laut-BN
N6 Tupong-BN
N8 Satok-BN
N9 Padungan - DAP
N10 Pending - DAP
N11 Batu Lintang -
N12 Kota Sentosa - DAP
N13 Batu Kawan - DAP
N14 Asajaya-BN
N15 Muara Tuang-BN
N16 Bengoh-BN
N17 Tarat-BN
N18 Tebedu-BN
N20 Sadong Jaya-BN
N40 Meradong-DAP
N41 Pakan-BN
N44 Machan-BN
N47 Bawang Assan-BN
N50 Dalat-BN
N51Balingian-BN
N54 Pelagus - Bebas
N56 Baleh-BN


Unofficial result: BN 56, DAP 11,

Posted: 16 Apr 2011 04:54 AM PDT

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Sarawak Summary

Posted: 16 Apr 2011 04:51 AM PDT

Dear readers, I am updating this blog using a blackberry so each update will be a new post, please bear with me
N2 Tasik Biru-BN
N3 Tanjung Batu-BN
N4 Pantai Damai-BN
N5 Demak Laut-BN
N6 Tupong-BN
N8 Satok-BN
N10 Pending - DAP
N14 Asajaya-BN
N15 Muara Tuang-BN
N16 Bengoh-BN
N17 Tarat-BN
N18 Tebedu-BN
N20 Sadong Jaya-BN
N40 Meradong-DAP
N41 Pakan-BN
N44 Machan-BN
N47 Bawang Assan-BN
N50 Dalat-BN
N51Balingian-BN
N54 Pelagus - Bebas
N56 Baleh-BN


More BN seats

Posted: 16 Apr 2011 04:39 AM PDT

More BN seats N41 Pakan N44 Machan N47 Bawang Assan N51Balingian N56 Baleh


[Sarawak] Sarawak Election 2011 Latest Result

Posted: 16 Apr 2011 04:37 AM PDT


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Sarawak Election Results

Posted: 16 Apr 2011 05:35 AM PDT

PKR is lucky to have a candidate in Baru Bian, a native Sarawakian.

Yet, I am unhappy to note that PKR, based in West Malaysia has been trying to dictate terms to the East Malaysians.

I hope Baru Bian one day ditches PKR.

But for now, it looks like he has won Ba'Kelalan.

Fellow PKR candidate See Chee How has also won in Batu Lintang.

DAP seems to have made some in-roads with Ling Sie Kiong slaying George Chan, the deputy Chief Minister in Piasau.

Other potential wins:

Padungan: DAP (11,956), BN (4,076), majority 7,880
Pending: DAP (13,557), BN (6,469), majority 7,088
Kota Sentosa: DAP (12,594), BN (7,770), majority 4,824
Batu Kawah: DAP (6,568), BN (5,744), majority 824
Dudong: DAP (9,617), BN (8,558), majority 1,059
Pujut: DAP (9,450), SUPP (5,350), majority 4,100


PKR Leads in 16 seats, DAP 6, Unofficially

Posted: 16 Apr 2011 04:03 AM PDT

By the Administrator

Unofficial results point to a lead by Keadilan in 16 seats and they are Krian, Be'Kelalan, and Batu Lintang,which have been won, and followed by Tasik Biru, Demak Laut, Batu Lintang, Tarat, Tebenu, Kedup, Layer, Meluan, Dalat, Tamin, Kakus, Belaga, Jepak and Nangka.

DAP, which is said to be leading in 6 seats too, and they are Piasau, where SUPP's George Chan was believed to hav been defeated by DAP's Giant-killer, followed by Padungan, Kota Sentosa, Repok, Meradung, and Pujut.

George Chan polled 4,162, compared to DAP's Ling Sie Kiang's 5770, a good margin of 1608 votes. The leader of SUPP fell miserably like the Gerakan President, together with his party, in Penang on March 8, 2008.

On the other hand, in Dudong DAP's Yap Hoi Liong defeated SUPP's Tiong Thai King, the younger brother of timber tycoon Hiew King, by a slim 200 votes margin, with his supporters started to weep at his center with disbelief.


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