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Saturday, February 6, 2010

Would the police DARE take action?




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However, considering Nasir Safar’s ‘special status’, the AG also can’t decide on the matter. The AG will have to ‘seek guidance’ from the Prime Minister as to whether to charge Nasir Safar or not.


THE CORRIDORS OF POWER


Raja Petra Kamarudin


  45 police reports have been made against Prime Minister Najib Tun Razak’s former special officer, Nasir Safar. So the police have no choice but to ‘record his statement’. That is the SOP of the Malaysian police force. If a police report is made against you then they must record your statement.

  I remember, last year, IGP Musa Hassan said that they are not able to take any action based on rumours and Internet postings. A police report must first be made before the police can take action. And the action to take would be to record the statement of the one the police report has been made against. Then they will investigate the matter and decide if a crime has been committed.

  Allow me to digress a bit here. In my own criminal cases, it was the police who made a police report against me. In other words, no police report was made against me. And since they can’t take action against me unless a police report is first lodged, the police themselves made a police report against me.
So the police do not need anyone to make a police report before they take action against you. If they really want to take action but no police report has been made, the police themselves can make that police report, as what happened to me.
Okay, now back to the issue at hand. If the police -- after the statement has been recorded and an investigation has been completed -- is of the view that a crime has been committed, they still can’t take action yet. Instead, they must refer the matter to the Attorney-General, who will then decide if there is any case to prosecute.

  Assuming the AG feels the evidence is not strong enough or they do not quite have a case, then the file will be stamped NFA (No Further Action) and the matter will be closed.
That is how the Malaysian system works.

  If I want to write about this matter in greater detail then this article would certainly run into 100 pages. Many of you will for sure not read any piece that is 100 pages long. As it is, I am already receiving complaints from my dear friend Chris that my four- to five-page articles are too cheong hei. Imagine what she will say about a 100-page article.
So, as not to annoy Chris, I will try to keep this piece within five pages or so. After all, this is not a thesis for my law degree. In case you are not already aware, I am practicing law without a law degree just like I write about Islam without first obtaining a degree from the International Islamic University (UIA).

  And so that I can keep this article within the required length, I would like to refer to just ONE case. This one case should be sufficient to demonstrate the point I am trying to get across.
In 1999, the Parti Keadilan Nasional Youth Leader, Ezam Mohd Nor, called a press conference to reveal the Anti-Corruption Agency (ACA and now called MACC) investigation papers against Trade and Industry Minister Rafidah Aziz. The ACA investigation revealed that Rafidah had committed an act of corruption.

  Now, we must also remember, around that time Anwar Ibrahim too was indicted for corruption and was found guilty and was sentenced to six years' jail. But Anwar’s ‘crime’ involved no monetary gain. Rafidah’s crime did.

  Rafidah never denied the act. She in fact admitted it. But she explained that she sat in the meeting that approved the shares to her own son-in-law because Mahathir’s son’s application for shares was also being decided at the same time. According to Rafidah in her press statement, Mahathir had instructed her to make sure that his son got those shares.
So she sat in the meeting to ensure that the committee did just that, approve the shares for Mahathir’s son. When it came to approving the shares for her own son-in-law, she abstained from voting due to ‘conflict of interest’, although she did not leave the room when they deliberated on the matter.

  Rafidah did not need to vote on the matter. All she needed to do was to sit there and no officer would dare vote against her son-in-law. No government officer in his right mind would dare oppose giving millions' worth of shares to his or her own minister’s son-in-law.
  
  If you personally know Rafidah then you will know that she is a very strong-willed woman. She is not known as ‘The Iron Lady’ for nothing. All she needs to do is to stare at you and your balls will shrink (or tits, if you are a woman). She even dared challenge Mahathir and whacked him good and proper.
Anyway, the ACA and AG were both of the view that Rafidah committed a crime by sitting in the meeting that approved the shares to her own son-in-law. And the AG endorsed the ACA investigation papers and recommended that Rafidah be arrested and charged for corruption.

  But before any Minister, Deputy Minister, or any ‘big shot’, can be arrested and charged, the AG must first obtain the approval of the Prime Minister. And the Prime Minister then, Dr Mahathir, said no. So the file was closed with a NFA stamp on the front cover.
The ACA said charge. The AG said charge. The PM said no charge. And that is what finally happened. No charge.

   And Ezam revealed this entire episode to the public during a press conference in 1999. And he showed the reporters the documents to prove his allegation. Ezam was not lying. He was telling the truth. But the documents he revealed to the media had RAHSIA stamped on them. So Ezam was arrested and charged under the Official Secrets Act. He was then put on trial, found guilty, and sentenced to two years' jail.

  Ezam was actually under Internal Security Act detention in the Kamunting Detention Centre at that time. So all they needed to do was to transfer him from Kamunting to the Kajang Prison to serve out his sentence. He never saw freedom until two years later.

  For the government to win its case against Ezam they had to admit that the documents are genuine and are not fakes. Therefore, in that same breath, the government confirmed Ezam’s story about Rafidah. To send Ezam to jail they must admit the authenticity of the documents. If they say Ezam is lying, then how to charge him under the Official Secrets Act?

  Okay, the police are now going to record the statement of this Nasir Safar chap. Now, whether the police investigation uncovers any crime committed by Nasir Safar is one thing. But even if they do, they still can’t charge him yet. They need to hand the file over to the AG for him to decide whether to charge Nasir Safar or not.

  However, considering Nasir Safar’s ‘special status’, the AG also can’t decide on the matter. The AG will have to ‘seek guidance’ from the Prime Minister as to whether to charge Nasir Safar or not.
Okay, that is one issue. Next would be the recorded statement made by private investigator Bala concerning the Altantuya murder. During his detention and interrogation, Bala told the police that Nasir Safar was there when Sirul and Azilah picked up Altantuya and later murdered her.

  A police report was made. The required ‘recorded statement’ was made. Will the police now look into this as well or is this one more case of NFA?

  I would place RM1,000 on a bet that BOTH cases will end up with a NFA stamp on them. Want to take this bet? I could certainly do with the money.

  Oh, and before I forget, read Raja Nazrin’s statement below: Do Not Mock the Law. Nazrin should be addressing this statement to the police and AG.

  Oh, and one more thing, the Malacca CPO, Senior Assistant Commissioner (I) Datuk Mohd Rodwan Mohd Yusof, mentioned in the Star news report below, is the police officer who met Saiful in the Concorde Hotel two days BEFORE Anwar was alleged to have sodomised him. Rodwan was also accused of fabricating evidence during the Sodomy 1 trail as well. 



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Cops to take statement from Nasir


Police will record a statement from the Prime Minister’s former special officer Datuk Nasir Safar over his alleged racist remarks during a 1Malaysia seminar here on Tuesday.

The statement is expected to be taken from Nasir, who is being investigated under the Sedition Act, in Kuala Lumpur some time on Friday.

Malacca CPO Senior Assistant Commissioner (I) Datuk Mohd Rodwan Mohd Yusof said police have almost wrapped up their investigation.
“We are speeding up the investigation as it involves a case of public interest.
“The investigation is about 85% complete and we have interviewed 30 people so far,” he told reporters here on Friday.

He added that police had received a total of 45 reports against Nasir -- 13 in Perak, nine in Malacca, five in Kedah, four in Penang, Pahang and Selangor, and three in Negri Sembilan and Johor.

He said police are expected to complete their probe by early next week before submitting the investigation papers to the deputy public prosecutor.

It was learned that among those called up for their statement were a state assemblyman, state MIC members, six journalists, officers from the State Special Affairs Department, the venue management and participants of the seminar.

Nasir, who was a speaker at the Rapat 1Malaysia seminar at the Melaka International Trade Centre in Ayer Keroh on Tuesday, caused a furore when he allegedly uttered racist remarks resulting in several local MIC and MCA members walking out of the hall.

He subsequently explained that he did not intend to make any racist remarks and apologised, following which he tendered his resignation. – The Star


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Raja Nazrin: Do Not Mock the Law

The Raja Muda of Perak, Raja Dr Nazrin Shah, today reminded legal practitioners not to mock nor smear the country's laws.

He said as legal practitioners, they should not only refer to or value a law when it benefited them, but dismiss or mock it if they felt it did not benefit them.

Raja Nazrin said this was because laws were important in ensuring continuity and credibility of an administration or government.

"Your level of excellence and honour in the legal profession in the public eye in future will depend on your wisdom and disciplined practice from now," he said at the presentation of the Certificate of Legal Practice issued by the Legal Profession Qualifying Board, Malaysia, to 238 recipients, here, today.

Raja Nazrin said if justice failed to be effectively and professionally managed, society and the nation would be heading towards destruction with crime becoming much more rampant.

"The legal enforcement machinery is seen to be getting weaker, perhaps personal interest are above professional interest now. Those who make professional interest their prioroty are a minority, who are sidelined from the main decision-making process in an organisation.

"The highest-level mechanism is also seen as increasingly weak to the extent that the public have come to regard the court as mere drama stage and losing their respect and trust.

"This scenario is no creation, but a precursor to the downfall of many Third World countries. The people suffer while the countries' top leaders flee and become exiles in other countries or hunted down for their wrongdoings."

The Perak Raja Muda said justice could not be administered in society or country if the laws contained elements of oppression and giving privileges to the powerful to dominate the weak and the rich to oppress the poor.

In fact, he said, there would be no justice if the legal machinery was impotent.

"A country's sovereignty depends on its seriousness in honouring its laws mirrored by its firmness and never compromising with practices that disrespect the law, and by its intolerance towards malpractices like misappropriation, criminal breach of trust, power abuse and corruption.

"There is sovereignty of the law if there is a strong spirit to uphold the law and truth as a way of life."
He said sovereignty of the law could also be guaranteed as long as the process of meting justice at the courts was not marred by unethical practices done from outside the courts to influence the decisions.

Raja Nazrin said managing justice required the collective role of various quarters, besides the professional understanding and respect for the ethics of every agency or individual involved.
"If the investigating and prosecuting officers do not produce quality work and show a high level of professionalism, if the defence counsel violate their professional code of ethics and if judges sacrifice the principle of truth, then justice will be compromised," he said. – Malaysian Digest


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Malaysia’s monopoly on Allah

The controversy in Malaysia over the right of Christian communities to use the word "Allah," which has resulted in the firebombing of at least nine Christian churches, is rooted in politics, with the governing body UMNO and Islamist opposition parties attempting to out-Sharia each other. 





Over the course of the past week, nine churches in Malaysia have been firebombed by Muslim extremists who object to the Christian community's use of the word "Allah" in their prayers. The dispute came to a head on December 31st when the high court of Malaysia ruled in favor of Catholics using the word in the Malay edition of their weekly newspaper.

What's particularly perplexing about this is that the Islamist political party PAS actually supports the right of Christians to invoke Allah by name, whereas the ruling political coalition UMNO is pushing for Allah to be reserved for Muslims only. This is essentially a classic case of an incumbent political party, after suffering significant setbacks at the polls, invoking religion as a base-rallying prop and exploiting and stoking religious tensions for pure political gain - reminicent of the Ayodhya issue in India whose repercussions on undermining religious tolerance continue to this day. The irony of a moderate party out-Islaming the Islamists is not lost on UMNO party veterans, like Tengku Razaleigh, who are aghast and speaking out at the naked cynicism of their party:
The 'Allah' controversy has produced a 'milestone moment' in Malaysian politics, as ruling party Umno took a stance more extreme than even Islamist party Parti Islam SeMalaysia (PAS), said Umno party veteran Tengku Razaleigh Hamzah yesterday.

'PAS is holding onto the more plural and moderate position while Umno is digging itself into an intolerant hardline position that has no parallel that I know of in the Muslim world,' he said.

Tengku Razaleigh's strongly worded speech was delivered at the luncheon address at the Institute of Southeast Asian Studies' Regional Outlook Forum in Singapore. In it, he highlighted the reversal of roles for Umno and PAS through their reactions to the 'Allah' controversy.

Umno had for years claimed to be the voice of moderate Malays, while PAS more often made the news for wanting to impose strict Islamic laws.
The UMNO leadership is appealing to Malysian royalty for support of their stance. PAS, for its part, invokes classic Islamic doctrine in supporting the use of Allah by Christians, as per their status as People of the Book in the Qur'an itself:
"PAS would like to state that based on Islamic principles, the use of the word Allah by the people of the Abrahamic faiths such as Christianity and Judaism, is acceptable," said Hadi in a written statement which was read out by Information Chief Idris Ahmad.

"However, the word Allah must not be misused or abused so as not to affect racial and religious harmony in the country," he added.

Hadi also urged all parties not to politicise the matter for political mileage.

"PAS strongly objects to any aggressive and provocative approach that can lead to tension in society," he added.
The UMNO position forbidding Allah to non-muslims is indeed nonsensical (and cynical) - the Qur'an itself is quite clear on the matter:
And do not dispute with the followers of the Book except by what is best, except those of them who act unjustly, and say: We believe in that which has been revealed to us and revealed to you, and our Allah and your Allah is One, and to Him do we submit. [29:46]

Surely those who believe, and those who are Jews, and the Christians, and the Sabians, whoever believes in Allah and the Last day and does good, they shall have their reward from their Lord, and there is no fear for them, nor shall they grieve. [2:62]

Had God not driven back the people, some by the means of others, there had been destroyed cloisters and churches, oratories and mosques, wherein God's Name is much mentioned. [22:40]
The UMNO's response? The Home Ministry secretary-general Mahmood Adam made the utterly incomprehensible assertion that "Malays are different from (Muslims in) other countries."

It should be noted that despite the utter incoherence from the UMNO, Malays in general seem loath to allow religion to be used as a wedge factor. There are various student groups that are acting as shills for the UMNO party line, but Muslim NGOs are offering their help to the Christian community in protecting churches from further attacks:
Muslim groups in Malaysia are offering their help to prevent any further attacks on Christian places of worship amid a spree of attacks on churches in the multi-ethnic, Muslim-majority Asian country, The Star reported on Sunday, January 10.

"This is an offer of peace and goodwill," Nadzim Johan, the executive secretary of the Muslim Consumers Association of Malaysia (PPIM), told a news conference.

"We don't want our Christian brothers to be in danger."
PPIM is one of 130 Muslim NGOs that vowed to become the "eyes and ears" of the government to shield churches against attacks.It seems clear that the naked motive of the UMNO, and its abuse of Islam for political gain, is going to cost them dearly in the next election. In that regard, their entire cynical embrace of religious intolerance has backfired. Far from bringing PAS supporters to them, they have pushed moderate Malays away, and it's the PAS and other Islamist opposition groups that will benefit. It should be noted that UMNO has been playing this card for decades. While the response from PAS is encouraging, a legislative arms race between UMNO and Islamist opposition parties to out-Sharia each other bodes ill indeed for Malaysia's future.

Aziz Poonawalla writes the City of Brass blog at Beliefnet, where this article was previously featured. His other major Islamsphere projects include the group weblog Talk Islam and the annual Brass Crescent Awards. Aziz currently resides near Madison, WI with his wife and children.


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Mana mungkin kentut Anwar berbau!

by — Kamarulzaman Kamdias

FEB 5 —  CIFU Anwar. Mungkin gelaran ini lebih sopan dari Tagline “Can I F**k U”- Anwar. Memang layak pun Anwar digelar Cifu.
Dia adalah cifu dalam bidang :
1. Demonstrasi jalanan.
2. Pakar dalam melakukan pelanggaran terhadap semua undang-undang.
3. Pakar dalam kaedah menjatuhkan martabat saingan politiknya.
4. Pakar dalam kaedah menjatuhkan imej polis.
5. Pakar dalam mencacatkan institusi kehakiman pada pandangan rakyat.
6. Pakar dalam memindahkan bidang kuasa kehakiman kepada kehakiman rakyat.
7. Pakar dalam melakukan manipulasi hukum perundangan.
8. Pakar dalam mengalih pandangan rakyat terhadap kesalahan jenayah yang dilakukannya. Rakyat akan menyalahkan semua institusi kerajaan dan pihak yang membuat tuduhan apabila berlaku sebarang kepincangan pada batang tubuhnya.
9. Pakar dalam meraih simpati walaupun kali ni tak berapa menjadi seperti kes CIFU 1998.
10. Pakar dalam mendapatkan sokongan moral isteri dan anak-anak walaupun hati si isteri tak tahulah macam mana remuk redamnya.
11. Pakar dalam menimbulkan prasangka buruk rakyat terhadap sebarang langkah yang diambil kerajaan.
12. Pendek kata, kalau ada bau kentut dalam kelompok yang Anwar ada, bolehlah kita keluarkan dia awal-awal dari senarai mereka-mereka yang disyaki terkentut.. sebab semua orang akan kata mana mungkin kentut Anwar berbau..
CIFU memang layak jadi hak milik intelektual @Anwar. Siapa yang pandai-pandai guna perkataan CIFU, Anwar boleh saman.
 

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As Anwar faces prison, PKR infighting intensifies


By Adib Zalkapli

PKR's de facto leaderm Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim is facing an impending prison sentence following the latest sodomy trial. - Picture by Jack Ooi
KUALA LUMPUR, Feb 5 — With its de facto leader Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim facing a career ending sodomy trial, infighting over election candidacy and party positions continues in PKR.
At least one MP was under pressure to vacate his seat recently and another leader became a victim of a smear campaign to stop his rise in the party ranks. Anwar has not been able to address the issues due to the ongoing sodomy trial that began on Feb 2. Late last month, Indera Mahkota MP Azan Ismail resigned as the Pahang PKR deputy chairman, a move which started speculation that the first term lawmaker was planning to defect to Barisan Nasional (BN). State party officials opposed to Azan also began spreading rumours of an impending by-election in Indera Mahkota, a move seen as an attempt to replace Azan with Pahang PKR chairman Datuk Fauzi Abdul Rahman as MP.

Zahrain (middle) is becoming a major headache for the PKR leadership. - Picture by Choo Choy May

“Before March 8, he was afraid to contest under PKR, but now after we have two seats now he is eyeing Indera Mahkota,” said a source close to the state PKR in referring to Fauzi, who was deputy information minister and last contested under the BN banner in 1999. He joined PKR in 2008, after the general election.The PKR insider alleged that Fauzi had failed to deliver his promise to bring in more senior Umno leaders into the party after he joined PKR. “He’s unable to strengthen the party and yet wants to ride on our past success,” he added. Fauzi however dismissed the allegation that he is interested in taking over Indera Mahkota from Azan.
“Even if I am asked to I will not accept it, I don’t want, all the incumbents should be retained, I can go to other places, I can go to Pekan, Temerloh or even Raub,” said Fauzi. PKR won two parliamentary seats in Pahang, Indera Mahkota and Kuantan, which represented by the party election chief Fuziah Salleh. “I have nothing personal against him, I believe we should not let infighting in the party divert our attention,” Fauzi told The Malaysian Insider. “I have been in politics for the past 30, 40 years, I can read his feelings, he is a first-timer, but I think he is handling his job well,” he added.

Azan has revealed attempts by Malaysian ambassador to the United States Datuk Seri Jamaluddin Jarjis and Parti Cinta Malaysia’s Huan Cheng Guan to get him to abandon PKR. The PKR’s internal crisis has also made its disciplinary committee busier than ever. Three lawmakers Zulkifli Nordin, Datuk Seri Zahrain Hashim and Tan Tee Beng have been referred to the disciplinary committee for their outburst against PKR’s partners in Pakatan Rakyat (PR).

Also ordered to face the disciplinary committee is former law minister and architect of PR’s common policy framework Datuk Zaid Ibrahim for criticising the party for not taking immediate action against Zulkifli – who had lodged a police report against PAS’s Khalid Samad over the “Allah” row.

Since joining the party in June last year, the Kelantanese political maverick has been seen as an ideal candidate to lead the party should Anwar go to prison for his second sodomy charge.

“His image, and his role in unifying Pakatan is seen as a threat by some leaders since this is election year, it has resulted in attacks from within the party,” said another PKR insider.

The Malaysian Insider understands that during the PR inaugural convention last December, efforts were made by some party officials to downplay Zaid’s contribution to the coalition policy framework. The party is scheduled to hold its election by the end of this year, and intense contest is expected for PKR deputy presidency, as the incumbent Dr Syed Husin Ali will not defend the post. Anwar’s wife Datuk Seri Dr Wan Azizah Wan Ismail remains president of the party founded in 1999.


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MAKLUMAT PENTING PILIHANRAYA NEGERI PERAK


5 02 2010

KEDUDUKAN KERUSI BARISAN NASIONAL DAN PAKATAN RAKYAT PERAK

Barisan Nasional 28 | Parti Tindakan Demokratik 17 | Parti KeADILan Rakyat 5 | Parti Islam Se-Malaysia 6 | BEBAS 3
No. Kawasan DUN Menjadi ADUN Mewakili Parti
N1 Pengkalan Hulu Mohd Tajol Rosli Mohd Ghazali Barisan Nasional BN
N2 Temengor Hasbullah Osman Barisan Nasional BN
N3 Kenering Mohd Tarmizi Idris Barisan Nasional BN
N4 Kota Tampan Saarani Mohamad Barisan Nasional BN
N5 Selama Mohamad Daud Mohd Yusoff Barisan Nasional BN
N6 Kubu Gajah Raja Ahmad Zainuddin Raja Haji Omar Barisan Nasional BN
N7 Batu Kurau Mohd Najmuddin Elias Barisan Nasional BN
N8 Titi Serong Khalil Idham Lim Abdullah Parti Islam Se-Malaysia PAS
N9 Kuala Kurau Abdul Yunus Jamahri Parti KeADILan Rakyat PKR
N10 Alor Pongsu Sham Mat Sahat Barisan Nasional BN
N11 Gunong Semanggol Ramli Tusin Parti Islam Se-Malaysia PAS
N12 Selinsing Husin Din Parti Islam Se-Malaysia PAS
N13 Kuala Sapetang Tai Sing Ng Parti KeADILan Rakyat PKR
N14 Changkat Jering Mohd Osman Mohd Jailu Bebasl BEBAS
N15 Trong Rosli Husin Barisan Nasional BN
N16 Kamunting Mohammad Zahir Abdul Khalid Barisan Nasional BN
N17 Pokok Assam Yee Seu Kai Parti Tindakan Demokratik DAP
N18 Aulong Yew Tian Hoe Parti Tindakan Demokratik DAP
N19 Chenderoh Siti Salmah Mat Jusak Barisan Nasional BN
N20 Lubok Merbau Mohd Zainudin Mohd Yusof Parti Islam Se-Malaysia PAS
N21 Lintang Ahamad Pakeh Adam Barisan Nasional BN
N22 Jalong Leong Mee Meng Parti Tindakan Demokratik DAP
N23 Manjoi Nadzri Ismail Barisan Nasional BN
N24 Hulu Kinta Rusnah Kassim Barisan Nasional BN
N25 Canning Wong Kah Woh Parti Tindakan Demokratik DAP
N26 Tebing Tinggi Ong Boon Piow Parti Tindakan Demokratik DAP
N27 Pasir Pinji Su Keong Siong Parti Tindakan Demokratik DAP
N28 Bercham Sum Cheok Leng Parti Tindakan Demokratik DAP
N29 Kepayang Loke Chee Yan Parti Tindakan Demokratik DAP
N30 Buntong Sivasubramaniam Athinarayanan Parti Tindakan Demokratik DAP
N31 Jelapang Hee Yit Foong Bebas BEBAS
N32 Menglembu Lim Pek Har Parti Tindakan Demokratik DAP
N33 Tronoh Sivakumar Varatharaju Naidu Parti Tindakan Demokratik DAP
N34 Bukit Chandan Wan Mohammad Khairil Anuar Wan Ahmad Barisan Nasional BN
N35 Manong Ramly Zahari Barisan Nasional BN
N36 Pengkalan Baharu Hamdi Abu Bakar Barisan Nasional BN
N37 Pantai Remis Nga Kor Ming Parti Tindakan Demokratik DAP
N38 Belanja Mohd Zaim Abu Hasan Barisan Nasional BN
N39 Bota Nasarudin Hashim Barisan Nasional BN
N40 Malim Nawar Keshvinder Singh Kashmir Singh Parti Tindakan Demokratik DAP
N41 Keranji Chen Fook Chye Parti Tindakan Demokratik DAP
N42 Tualang Sekah Nolee Ashilin Mohammed Radzi Barisan Nasional BN
N43 Sungai Rapat Hamidah Osman Barisan Nasional BN
N44 Simpang Pulai Chan Ming Kai Parti KeADILan Rakyat PKR
N45 Teja Chang Lih Kang Parti KeADILan Rakyat PKR
N46 Chenderiang Mah Hang Soon Barisan Nasional BN
N47 Ayer Kuning Samsudin Abu Hasan Barisan Nasional BN
N48 Sungai Manik Zainol Fadzi Paharudin Barisan Nasional BN
N49 Kampong Gajah Wan Norashikin Wan Noordin Barisan Nasional BN
N50 Sitiawan Ngeh Koo Ham Parti Tindakan Demokratik DAP
N51 Pasir Panjang Mohammad Nizar Jamaluddin Parti Islam Se-Malaysia PAS
N52 Pangkor Zambry Abdul Kadir Barisan Nasional BN
N53 Rungkup Sha’arani Mohamad Barisan Nasional BN
N54 Hutan Melintang Kesavan Subramaniam Parti KeADILan Rakyat PKR
N55 Pasir Bedamar Seah Leong Peng Parti Tindakan Demokratik DAP
N56 Changkat Jong Mohd Anuar Sudin Parti Islam Se-Malaysia PAS
N57 Sungkai Sivanesan Achalingam Parti Tindakan Demokratik DAP
N58 Slim Mohd Khusairi Abdul Talib Barisan Nasional BN
N59 Behrang Jamaluddin Mohd Radzi Bebas BEBAS

KAWASAN BARISAN NASIONAL MENANG TIPIS (BAWAH 1000 UNDI)

NO. DUN MAJORITI Mewakili Parti
1 Selama 355 undi BN
2 Kubu gajah 66 undi BN
3 Alor Pongsu 95 undi BN
4 Trong 916 undi BN
5 Kamunting 555 undi BN
6 Manjoi 348 undi BN
7 Manong 749 undi BN
8 Pengkalan Baharu 14 undi BN
9 Sungai Rapat 636 undi BN
10 Rungkup 454 undi BN

 KAWASAN PAKATAN RAKYAT MENANG TIPIS (BAWAH 1000 UNDI)

NO. Kawasan DUN Menjadi ADUN Mewakili Parti
1 Kuala Kurau 467 undi PKR
2 Selinsing 547 undi PAS
3 Kuala Sepetang 564 undi PKR
4 Pokok Asam 865 undi DAP
5 Lubuk Merbau 72 undi PAS
6 Kepayang 490 undi DAP
7 Teja 175 undi PKR
8 Changkat Jong 899 undi PAS



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