Monday, 13 May 2013

Barisan Nasional - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Sarawak United People's Party (SUPP) Parti Bersatu Sabah (PBS) Liberal Democratic Party ... State Reform Party (STAR) Malaysian People's Wellbeing Party (KITA)

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Thursday, 9 May 2013 ‘INI KALI LAH’ SWEEP IN SABAH?

Even as Chief Minister Musa Aman described the lose of 11 state ... parties like the State Reform Party ... Bumiputeras in Sabah when voters there stuck ...

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Monday, 6 May 2013

‘Ini kali lah’ sweep in Sabah shafted by BN | Free Malaysia Today

... Voters in Sabah showed they are far from satisfied with the Barisan ... both the BN and local opposition parties like the State Reform Party ...

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Sunday, 5 May 2013

Pakatan snags 11 Sabah seats, dents BN armour - Yahoo! News Malaysia

Sabah-based State Reform Party (STAR), led by political veteran Datuk Jeffrey Kitingan, scored the Bingkor state seat but lost in the remaining 47 state and all 21 ...

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PRU-13 : Keputusan Terkini Dari Sabah

Proses penjumlahan undi bermula seawal jam 6 petang di pusat 8,245 pusat pengundian di seluruh negara dengan diperhatikan oleh ejen calon parti masing-masing. Di Sabah pula menyaksikan pertandiangan di 25 Parlimen dan 60 Kerusi DUN.


KEPUTUSAN RASMI : N.13 INANAM - PKR MENANG, Majoriti : 3202 undi

Datuk Dr Jeffery Kitingan calon STAR memenangi kerusi N.33 Bingkor.

Terkini : P.172 Kota Kinabalu dimenangi oleh DAP

Keputusan rasmi

YB Datuk Tawfiq Calon N56 Apas menang majoriti 6ribu lebih,

Datuk Syed Abbas Calon N56 Balung 4ribu lebih,

YB Datuk Mary Yap menang majoriti hampir 5ribu.

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Malaysian general election, 2013 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Sabah Progressive Party (Parti Maju Sabah, SAPP) 0: 0: 0: 0: 0: State Reform Party (Parti Reformasi Negeri, STAR) 0: 0: 0: 0: 0:

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Saturday, 4 May 2013

Dr Jeffrey Kitingan met with one of the Sultans of Sulu last year ...

KUALA LUMPUR – Sabah State Reform Party (Star) Chairman Datuk Dr Jeffrey Kitingan said he met with one of the Sultans of the Sulu Sultanate, Datu Muedzul Lai Tan ...

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Friday, 3 May 2013

STAR State Reform Party | MoCS

Will the political enmity between two siblings, Parti Bersatu Sabah president Joseph Pairin Kitingan and younger brother, Sabah State Reform Party (Star ...

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Thursday, 2 May 2013

Send Kanul to Parliament, pleads Patrick Sindu

By Patrick Sindu

Patrick Sindu urging voters in Kota Belud

parliamentary area to vote for Kanul Gindol

PAPAR : As a veteran activist in Malaysia, I felt called to support fellow consumer and political activist, Kanul Gindol, who as an independent candidate is seeking to be elected Kota Belud member of parliament this Sunday polling.

I for one as an activist fully support what Kanul has been trying to do all these years, getting himself into Malaysian Parliament. We now have a chance to send him into Parliament via the Kota Belud seat.

I have known Kanul for many years and he would make the best parliamentarian not only for all Sabahans but Sarawakians too, and on top of that as a fearless mouthpiece for non-governmenatl organisations (NGO) and the marginalised.

Please give Kanul a chance as an NGO parliamentarian, to talk about the difficulties we face in Sabah, and especially us who happen to be Christians who for all these years have been suffering and humiliated by a rotten regime who seek to perpetuate suppression of freedom for Christian religions and lower the representation of Christians in both parliament and state assemblies .

As an independent parliamentarian, Kanul would make the best lawmaker and he would be at liberty to speak up against bad policies and even bad parties or fellow parliamentarians who unashamedly seek to burn others' holy scriptures.

Those in political parties would not be able to do so as they are governed by their own respective parties' rules and policies, and that being in a political party the parliamentarian could not simply talk except to toe the party line.

I am very proud of my dear friend Kanul, who not only as a mind-opening journalist, but he had also already been around the world, especially in Europe's capitals, speaking for us and seeking ways to end this shackles of a chocking regime that had rendered Sabah the poorest and the most marginalised.

Kanul, who uses "key" as his symbol for this election, is a key to our destiny of our survival.

Besides Kota Belud, i am urging Sabahan voters in all other constituencies to please vote for Pakatan Rakyat candidates.

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Sabah is autonomous state – Pairin

TAMBUNAN: Tan Sri Joseph Pairin Kitingan, the Barisan Nasional (BN) incumbent for Keningau and Tambunan, urged the people [...]

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Wednesday, 1 May 2013

Tawau favours PKR

Local parties STAR and SAPP are insignificant,

says the local Chinese community.

TAWAU: Sabah caretaker Chief Minister Musa Aman’s bravado that Barisan Nasional will achieve a two-thirds majority in the state is getting the sniggers.

“He’s talking rubbish..,” said one businessman here alluding to a front-paged report yesterday which blared “BN will form the new govt – Musa”.

In the report Musa said: “I’ve gone all over Sabah… to Keningau, Tenom, Siptang, Beaufort, Sandakan, Beluran and many, many more. I could feel the people’s warmth, cheerful reception. Insyallah, we will win and form the government again.”

He was speaking at a gathering with the Chinese community here.

But the businessman from the same Chinese community, who declined to be named, today said: “If he travelled to these places, he’ll know that the people don’t want Umno and PBS (Parti Bersatu Sabah) anymore.

“We are not stupid… we can see, we can hear, we know what is going on.”

Musa’s enthusiasm is out of place in Tawau.

Of the 10 random people FMT spoke to, seven felt the opposition will do well and they were not talking about local parties State Reform Pary (STAR) and Sabah Progressive People’s Party (SAPP).

Most had never heard of STAR. SAPP fared a little better, probably because it has been around a lot longer and the Chinese community is familiar with its president Yong Teck Lee.

Tawau’s ethnic composition is about 60% Muslim-Bumiputeras and 40% Chinese. There’s also a smaller percentage of non-Muslim Bumiputeras.

The incumbent here is SAPP’s Dr Chua Soon Bui.

The Tawau parliamentary constituency also comprises two state seats – Apas and Balung. Both incidentally are also in trouble.

In the 2013 battle for the Tawau parliamentary seat, the current leading candidate appears to be PKR’s Kong Hong Ming.

BN vs Pakatan Rakyat

Kong is a well-known NCR (native customary rights) lawyer and a veteran politician who has been in politics since the early 1990s. He was once a state assemblyman and a state Cabinet minister under Barisan Nasional but was sacked for being a “dissenting voice”.

Kong has tried his luck in four elections. “I lost three and won one,” he said.

But the 2013 historic polls will likely see him in Parliament if the current voter momentum continues.

He is up against Chua, BN-PBS’s Mary Yap and an Independent Ahamad Awang.

“The 2008 polls was a mess… Pakatan Rakyat had no consensus on the seats and both PKR and DAP fought in Tawau.

“This time it is different… even the voters’ perspectives have changed since 2008.

‘They watched what happened in the Peninsula and Pakatan’s rise… so they are more confident with Pakatan now.

“Here in Sabah it is essentially a BN vs Pakatan fight,” he said.

Spinning tales

Meanwhile, incumbent Chua has slammed her rivals for spinning tales that she is withdrawing from the seat.

“There’s a rumour that I am withdrawing. This is not true. People contesting should not use such dirty tactics.

“If this misleading rumour continues, I will ask the Election Commission to investigate the matter. We will also proceed to find this culprit who stooped so low,” she said after a walkabout here.

SAPP, she said, has been going around explaining to voters that only registered parties with a single majority could form the government in Sabah.

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