Keputusan Pilihanraya Permatang Pauh (P44), Permatang Pauh Voting ResultT

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Fakta Terkini Keputusan Pilihanraya Kecil Permatang Pauh:

-SuruhanJaya Pilihanraya (SPR) mengumumkan Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim (DSAI) menang majoriti 15,671 undi.

-Keluar mengundi 81% iaitu 31,195 orang.

-Undi rosak : 447

-Komposisi kaum mengundi – Melayu (67.7%), Cina (26.3%), India (5.7%) Lain2 (0.3%)

-Jumlah undi untuk Anwar Ibrahim >>> 31,195 πŸ™‚

-Jumlah undi untuk Arif Shah Omar >>> 15,524

-Jumlah orang yang mengundi Akim cuma 92 orang sahaja!!! hehe… πŸ˜‰

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Anwar Ibrahim, the PKR advisor successfully won the Permatang Pauh election with a gigantic majority. Check on the following news adopted from various sources…

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Anwar menang majoriti undi 15,671
(Adopted from Berita Harian)
Oleh Ahmad Zaini Kamaruzzaman, Fazli Abdullah, Norfatimah Ahmad, Johari Ibrahim, Mohd Anwar Patho Rohman, Fazallah Pit dan Norakmah Mat Youb

BUKIT MERTAJAM: Parti Keadilan Rakyat (PKR) memenangi pilihan raya kecil Parlimen Permatang Pauh apabila calonnya, Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim, dengan majoriti undi 15,671 mengalahkan calon Barisan Nasional (BN), Datuk Arif Shah Omar Shah dan Hanafi Mamat daripada Angkatan Keadilan Insan Malaysia (Akim).

Anwar memperoleh 31,195 undi, Arif Shah yang juga Ahli Dewan Undangan Negeri (Adun) Seberang Jaya dengan 15,524 undi, manakala Hanafi yang juga Presiden Akim hanya memperoleh 92 undi, sekali gus hilang wang pertaruhan.

Keputusan diumumkan Pegawai Pengurus Pilihan Raya, Roslan Yahaya di pusat penjumlahan undi di Dewan Aminuddin Baki, Institut Perguruan Tuanku Bainun, Mengkuang, pada jam 10.12 malam.

Sebaik keputusan diumumkan, ia disusuli dengan sorakan kira-kira 500 penyokong PKR di dalam dewan manakala kira-kira 20,000 di padang berhampiran yang berkumpul sejak jam 5 petang.

Sebanyak 65 peratus daripada 58,459 pengundi berdaftar, termasuk pengundi pos menunaikan tanggungjawab dengan mengundi di 25 pusat mengundi yang dibuka mulai jam 8 pagi hingga 5 petang.

Bagaimanapun, keadaan cuaca yang hujan pada tengah hari merencatkan pengundi keluar mengundi apabila kebanyakan jalan utama ke semua 25 pusat mengundi, dilaporkan sesak teruk.

Beberapa insiden membabitkan kekecohan penyokong pembangkang juga dilaporkan berlaku, termasuk kereta yang dinaiki Timbalan Perdana Menteri, Datuk Seri Najib Razak dibaling dengan botol ketika meninjau pusat mengundi, pada sebelah tengah hari.

Pilihan raya kecil itu diadakan berikutan Presiden PKR, Datuk Seri Dr Wan Azizah Ismail melepaskan jawatan sebagai Ahli Parlimen yang diwakilinya sejak 1999 bagi memberi laluan kepada suaminya, Anwar bertanding semula di kerusi yang disandang sejak 1982.

Pada pilihan raya umum 8 Mac lalu, Wan Azizah menang buat kali kedua berturut-turut menewaskan calon BN, Datuk Pirdaus Ismail dengan majoriti 13,888.

Wan Azizah memperoleh 30,338 undi, manakala Pirdaus mendapat 16,950 undi. Peratusan mengundi bagi kawasan Parlimen itu pada pilihan raya lalu ialah 81.87 peratus.

Pada pilihan raya umum 2004 pula, BN kalah dengan majoriti 590 undi.

Tiga DUN dalam Parlimen terbabit adalah Seberang Jaya yang diwakili Arif Shah sebagai Adun dan mempunyai sembilan daerah mengundi, sembilan di kawasan DUN Permatang Pasir dan 10 di DUN Penanti.

Sementara itu, Arif Shah ketika ditemui pemberita berkata, beliau akan tetap berkhidmat kepada pengundi di Permatang Pauh meskipun keputusan pilihan raya kecil tidak memihak kepadanya.

Beliau berkata, pendiriannya tetap sama iaitu membela nasib rakyat berbilang kaum di kawasan parlimen itu.

(Adopted from Berita Harian)

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Malaysian Opposition Declares By – Election Victory for Anwar

News: adopted from AFP.

PERMATANG PAUH, Malaysia (AFP) β€” Malaysia’s opposition declared its leader Anwar Ibrahim had won a “landslide” victory Tuesday in an by-election to return him to parliament after a decade-long absence.

Anwar, who has made a stunning comeback after being sacked as deputy premier and jailed on sodomy and corruption charges, said he was now on track to seize power from a weakened government.

“We declare victory, the margin is very huge,” said Tian Chua, information chief of Anwar’s Keadilan party which leads a three-member opposition alliance.

“I think it’s a landslide victory,”.

Chua said that with half of the vote counted, Anwar had garnered at least 65 percent of the ballots and that the figure could rise as high as 70 percent once all the 38,144 votes cast were tallied.

Early results from the official count showed Anwar had won 12,748 votes, against 5,380 for his opponent from the Barisan Nasional coalition, which has dominated Malaysian politics for half a century.

Anwar said he had outgunned the government despite a “sickening” campaign that focused on new sodomy allegations against him, and was marred by allegations of vote-buying and electoral fraud.

The opposition has also accused the coalition of attempting to undermine Anwar by stoking tensions between Muslim Malays who dominate the population, and minority ethnic Chinese and Indian citizens.

“This is a clear indication that people of all races have rejected the communal politics of Barisan Nasional. It is a clear endorsement of our reform agenda. We are on track to take over the government,” he told AFP.

Anwar had been widely expected to win back his old seat of Permatang Pauh, which was held by his wife during his political exile. She stood aside last month to allow him to contest, after a ban on holding public office expired.

However, political pundits had said that the coalition’s no-holds-barred campaign could have impacted on Anwar’s winning margin, which will be seen as an indicator of his ability to shrug off the sodomy charges.

Analysts said that even after he returns to parliament as the formal leader of a three-member opposition alliance, Anwar faces further daunting hurdles including a looming trial on the new sodomy allegations.

The opposition leader has said that the charges, levelled by a 23-year-old male aide, have been concocted by the government to thwart his ambitions of seizing power with the help of defecting lawmakers.

His original sodomy conviction was overturned by the nation’s highest court in 2004, allowing him to go free after spending six years in jail.

He then spent several years behind the scenes, before storming back onto the political stage at the helm of a reinvigorated opposition.

In March general elections the opposition alliance seized control of five states and a third of parliamentary seats, in an unprecedented result which shook the coalition and put Anwar within striking distance of seizing power.

He needs to secure the support of at least 30 defectors in order to oust the government of Prime Minister Abdullah Ahmad Badawi, who has faced calls to quit after the general elections debacle.

The ballot in Permatang Pauh was held under tight security, after both sides traded allegations of abuse and attacks on their supporters. Some 4,500 police were deployed to keep the peace.

Despite the focus on the sodomy allegations, Anwar’s star power was apparently undimmed in his stronghold of Permatang Pauh, and he drew big crowds to nightly rallies over the intense 10-day campaign.

“I will vote for Anwar, he represents the voice of the people. God willing, he will win,” said Roslie Ismail, a 37-year-old factory worker who said he was disappointed in the the United Malays National Organisation (UMNO) which leads the coalition.

“I have no more faith in UMNO because there’s corruption and abuse of power.”

News: adopted from AFP.

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Malaysia’s Anwar wins by landslide in election (adopted from BangkokPost)

Permatang Pauh, Malaysia (dpa) – Malaysian opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim on Tuesday won a landslide victory in a special by-election, marking his return to Parliament after 10 years.

Anwar won by an astounding majority against his opponent Arif Shah Omar Shah from the ruling National Front coalition, Malaysia’s Election Commission officials announced.

While officials have yet to announce the exact majority, total votes for Anwar from all 28 polling stations in the northern Permatang Pauh constituency are β€˜at least double’ that of his opponent, opposition members said.

(adopted from BangkokPost)

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Malaysia’s Opposition Claims Victory for Leader Anwar Ibrahim In Special Election
(adopted from Canadian Post)

PERMATANG PAUH, Malaysia β€” Malaysia’s opposition is claiming a landslide victory for its leader, Anwar Ibrahim, in a special election.

Anwar’s People’s Justice party says early indications are that he will win at least 70 per cent of Tuesday’s vote for a seat in Parliament. Anwar is pitted against a candidate of the governing National Front coalition in Permatang Pauh.

Tian Chua, an official of the Justice party, told The Associated Press that there is “firm indication of a landslide victory for Anwar.”

Chua says the voters have given “a sound endorsement to Anwar.”

(adopted from Canadian Post)

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Update pukul 2015 Hrs (27 Ogos 2008):

Keputusan Tak Rasmi Pilihanraya Umum Permatang Pauh menunjukkan yang Parti Keadilan Rakyat (PKR) telah memenanginya. Kita tunggu keputusan rasmi nanti.

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Tadi pagi telah berlangsung penamaan calon bagi pilihanraya kecil Permatang Pauh (P44). Yang menariknya, ianya adalah pertandingan 3 penjuru! Ada pulak calon ketiga yang bertanding dan saya pun tak pernah dengar nama pemimpin parti yang ke-3. Adakah ini satu strategi politik untuk memecahkan undi? Wallahua’lam… Yang penting, biarlah parti yang benar-benar ikhlas menang dalam pertandingan ini. Kes liwat DSAI (Anwar Ibrahim) pun mungkin adalah sebahagian daripada strategi pihak tertentu kalau ianya adalah kes fitnah. Tetapi Saiful jambu telah pun bersumpah bahawa beliau benar-benar diliwat oleh Anwar Ibrahim!!!

Keputusan Pilihanraya Kecil Permatang Pauh akan dikemas kini setelah pilihanraya selesai. The result of the election will be announce as soon as the voting is over.

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11 Responses

  1. bantingboy says:

    ok. kita tunggu. jangan lupa update sape yang menang ye.

  2. cyza says:

    Yep, Let’s just wait this interesting Threesome contest… πŸ™‚

  3. Choo F S says:

    Tak perlu tunggu. Anwar telah menang dengan majoriti lebih daripada 15,000.

  4. yuggy says:

    Plz update de bi-election result immediately…cant wait 4 it !!

  5. intanhakim says:

    syukur….Semoga DSAI menjadi pemimpin untuk semua bangsa diM’sia. i dah cakap hari tu dekat permatang pauh kenapa bendera BN diletakan dikawasan kubur? kan dah terkubur! DSAI bukanlah agent US or China tp AGENT RAKYAT.

  6. penunggu says:

    Laa… tunggu keputusan pilihanraya kat tv pun tak keluar (mau kot kalah),nasip baik buka internet ni… tnx ya.. please update..

  7. iera says:

    huh. menang dah dia. Kita tengok mampu tak anwar tukar kerajaan seperti yang dicakapkannya..

  8. abdfatah says:

    win the election and want do some changing goverment the mission…

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