06 April 2012

Mahfuz - Wan Ahmad hanya nafi dia tak terlibat, 'task force' tetap wujud...


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Ahli Parlimen Pokok Sena, Datuk Mahfuz Omar mempertahankan dakwaanya wujud task force dalam masa yang sama beliau bersedia mendedahkan butiran terperinci kepada Suruhanjaya Diraja nanti. 

Beliau juga bersedia membantu Suruhanjaya Diraja yang akan dibentuk untuk meneliti semua dakwaannya berhubung wujudnya 'task force' untuk memberi taraf kerakyatan kepada warga asing bagi membolehkan mereka mengundi dalam pilihan raya nanti.

Bahkan beliau sudah menjangka akan ada penafian oleh individu-individu yang dinamakannya semalam, antaranya Timbalan Pengerusi Suruhanjaya Pilihan Raya (SPR), Datuk Wan Ahmad Wan Omar.

"Saya sudah menjangka mereka yang saya sebut semalam akan menafikan. Penafian mereka membuktikan dakwaan saya benar. Mereka boleh menafikan, biar Suruhanjaya Diraja menjawab," katanya dalam sidang media di lobi Parlimen.

Hari ini, Wan Ahmad Wan Omar menafikan sekeras-kerasnya dakwaan Mahfuz, bahawa beliau terlibat dalam 'task force' yang didakwa memberi kerakyatan kepada warga asing untuk membolehkan mereka mengundi.


Wan Ahmad menyifatkannya sebagai satu perbuatan jahat dan tidak bertanggungjawab oleh Mahfuz.

Mahfuz menegaskan Wan Ahmad hanya menafikan beliau tidak terlibat bukannya menafikan wujudnya 'task force' sebagaimana yang didakwanya semalam.

Malah dalam masa yang sama katanya, Wan Ahmad juga tidak menafikan wujudnya pemberian taraf kerakyatan kepada warga asing.

Bersandarkan kenyataan itu, Mahfuz menyifatkan Wan Ahmad bersama-sama dengan beliau menyedari kewujudan pendaftaran warga asing dalam daftar pemilih.


"Saya minta beliau duduk bersama saya (tubuh Suruhanjaya DiRaja) dengan segera," katanya. 

Sementara itu, Setiausaha Majlis Keselamatan Negara (MKN) Datuk Mohamed Thajudeen Abdul Wahab juga menafikan beliau terlibat dan menyifatkan dakwaan Mahfuz adalah tidak benar.

"Saya tidak tahu apa-apa," kata Thajudeen Abdul Wahab.- harakahdaily





Mahfuz stands by 'instant citizens task force' claim...

Despite denials by the Election Commission, PAS vice president Mahfuz Omar has insisted that a task force had been set up to give instant citizenship to foreigners for the purpose of registering themselves as voters.

The Pokok Sena member of parliament defended his claim in which he named EC deputy chief Wan Ahmad Wan Omar, officials from the National Registration Department, National Security Council and an aide to the prime minister, as being involved in the task force.
 

He said only a royal commission of inquiry would be able to get to the truth of the allegations.

“Their denial proves my allegation. They can deny, but let a RCI deal with,” Mahfuz (left) told a press conference at the parliament lobby today.

Wan Ahmad had strongly denied the claim, calling Mahfuz's allegation a ploy to further discredit the Commission.

Mahfuz however responded by saying that Wan Ahmad had not denied that such a task force existed, as well as the act of bestowing instant citizenship.


“I ask him to sit with me (to establish a RCI) immediately,” he said.

Another individual, secretary of the NSC Mohamed Thajudeen Abdul Wahab, dismissed Mahfuz’s allegation as a lie.

“I don’t know anything,” he said.


Mahfuz’s colleague Salahuddin Ayub (right) said prime minister Najib Razak must be held accountable over the task force's existence.

“When the task force gives citizenship to foreigners to allow them to vote in the election, it’s impossible those who benefited from it would vote for other parties (than BN).

"Most importantly, it is impossible such task force exists without the blessing of the prime minister due to the involvement of high profile individuals,” said the Kubang Kerian MP.


PAS information chief Tuan Ibrahim Tuan Man meanwhile said the party viewed Mahfuz’s revelation seriously and urged the government to set up a RCI to investigate the matter.

He added any act of undermining the country's sovereignty must be treated with utmost seriousness.

The Pahang PAS commissioner added that a memorandum would be forwarded to the Ruler' Council as soon as possible to push for the establishment of RCI.- harakahdaily




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Voter finds himself 'dead', removed from electoral roll...

Ho Heng Tong, 53, got the shock of his life after checking his voter registration status on the Election Commission’s (EC) website last week, when he found that his name was removed as the National Registration Department (NRD) had listed him as deceased.

According to Subang MP R Sivarasa, who revealed the matter at a press conference in Parliament House, Ho, who is a voter in his constituency, lodged a police report on the matter and then tried to re-register at  the post office but was rejected as his name was apparently in the system.

Ho, who had already voted six times before prior to being declared dead, then went to the Putrajaya and Federal Territories EC offices to prove that he is very much alive and demand reinstatement on the electoral rolls.


NONEWhile acknowledging that Ho is still alive, EC officials however told him to register as a new voter and refused to reinstate him into the current role.

However, when Sivarasa (right) went with him to the EC again, they commission relented and allowed Ho to be reinstated as a voter in the Subang constituency.

“The EC official who was very candid, explained that there are other cases of voters erroneously declared dead by the NRD,” related the Subang MP.

Sivarasa said that the EC chairperson must explain to Ho and others who have been declared dead, while being very much alive, how this can happen.

“How is a person declared dead and his or her name removed from the roll? There must be documentation and there must be procedure,” insisted the parliamentarian
.- malaysiakini




Rekod kata sudah mati tapi pengundi masih hidup...

Seorang lelaki, Ho Heng Tong terkejut apabila semakan di laman Suruhanjaya Pilihan Raya (SPR) menunjukkan namanya telah dikeluarkan daripada daftar pengundi kerana Jabatan Pendaftaran Negara (JPN) merekod namanya sebagai seorang yang telah meninggal dunia.
 
Ho, 53, yang membuat laporan polis berhubung perkara itu bagaimanapun gagal mendaftar sebagai pengundi sekali lagi apabila cuba berbuat demikian di pejabat pos kerana rekod beliau dikatakan sudah wujud dalam sistem.

Perkara itu didedahkan MP Subang, R Sivarasa yang berkata, pengundi di kawasannya itu telah mengundi sebanyak enam kali sebelum diisytiharkan meninggal dunia mengikut rekod berkenaan.

Katanya, Ho telah mengunjungi ke pejabat SPR Wilayah Persekutuan di Putrajaya untuk membuktikan bahawa beliau masih hidup dan untuk menuntut supaya namanya dikekalkan dalam daftar pemilih.

Sivarasa berkata, walau SPR mengakui bahawa Ho masih hidup, pegawai suruhanjaya itu bagaimanapun tetap meminta lelaki tersebut supaya mendaftar sebagai pengundi baru.

Setelah beliau menemani Ho untuk bersemuka dengan SPR sekali lagi, barulah suruhanjaya itu mengalah dan membenarkan status lelaki tersebut dikekalkan sebagai pengundi di kawasan parlimen Subang, katanya.


Sivarasa berkata demikian dalam satu sidang media di bangunan parlimen.- malaysiakini
 


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