Friday, April 29, 2011

Sex video: Anwar gives statement to police; Eskay dares him to take oath


KUALA LUMPUR: Opposition leader Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim gave his statement to police at the Dang Wangi Friday station Thursday, in connection with a sex video featuring a man allegedly resembling him.
Anwar arrived at the police station at 2.50pm in a car, together with his wife Datin Seri Wan Azizah Wan Ismail and his brother-in-law Wan Mokhtar Wan Ismail.
The full video was screened to a select group of media representatives by a group known as 'Datuk T' at Carcosa Seri Negara here on March 21.
Police began investigation into the sex video after Anwar lodged a report and denied he was the man in the video.
Meanwhile, a member of the 'Datuk T' trio, businessman Datuk Shazryl Eskay Abdullah, challenged Anwar to swear on the Quran after Friday prayers that he was not the man in the video.
"I also want to invite all those who doubt the truth to come," he told a press conference.
He denied that Datuk T was involved in distributing clips of the sex video.
Two video clips of the sexual act between the man and a woman, said to be of Chinese nationality, were earlier uploaded on YouTube. - Bernama

tunku : anwar is busted.if he really innocent he should dare to swear.

Thursday, April 28, 2011

Sex video: Another snippet on YouTube


PETALING JAYA: A second snippet of the controversial sex video featuring a man allegedly resembling an Opposition leader has been posted on YouTube.
The video clip, date-stamped Feb 21 and lasting one minute and 47 seconds, was uploaded on Tuesday.
It was removed Wednesday evening for violating YouTube's policy on nudity or sexual content.
Another clip of the video was also uploaded on the Internet on April 4.
The second clip is believed to be the ending of the 22-minute video screened to journalists at Carcosa Seri Negara on March 21.
Three men subsequently came forward to identify themselves as the "Datuk T" behind the screening of the video.
They were former Malacca Chief Minister Tan Sri Rahim Tamby Chik, businessman Datuk Eskay Abdullah and former Perkasa treasurer Datuk Shuaib Lazim.

tunku : what else to expose.....anwar...BERTAUBATLAH.

Wednesday, April 27, 2011

Police must expose who is the "performer"

Sex video: Police won't hesitate to expose 'performer', if necessary

SUBANG JAYA: The police will not hesitate to expose to the public "the performer" allegedly resembling an Opposition leader, in the controversial sex video.
"Investigation is on-going. Whatever needs to be exposed, we will expose, whatever we need not expose, we will not expose," Deputy Inspector-General of Police Datuk Khalid Abu Bakar said Tuesday.
"We will investigate first. When the time comes, police will disclose who the performer is. We are still investigating the case under Section 292 of the Penal Code (which concerns the distribution of obscene material)," he told reporters at the end of a meeting here of criminal investigation department heads from throughout the country.
Asked why the Attorney-General had returned the investigation papers to the police, Khalid said this was normal when an investigation was being completed.
"If he (the Attorney-General) finds anything not clear, he returns the papers to us," he added.
Khalid said the papers would probably be re-submitted to the A-G's Chambers this week.
Inspector-General of Police Tan Sri Ismail Omar announced recently that the sex video had been verified as genuine by local experts.

tunku : the police must expose who the performer is because all these while the whole nation assume it is anwar ibrahim. anwar ibrahim is not an ordinary man.he is an opposition leader and well known.if police don't expose who is the performer than it won't be fair on anwar.we want police to expose who the performer is.

Tuesday, April 26, 2011

Abang Jo the new CM of Sarawak ?

00Abang Jo all out to make Kuching more vibrant with new portfolio

KUCHING: Datuk Amar Abang Johari Tun Openg is wasting no time in promoting tourism in Sarawak, particularly here, after he was tasked to take the Tourism and Heritage Ministry under his wings.
One of his immediate plans was to transform 12 traditional Malay villages along Seberang Hilir under the Pantai Damai and Samariang seats into a more organised and vibrant place to live in and visit.
Although the portfolio is temporary until the state Cabinet’s reshuffle which is expected to take place after the State Legislative Assembly sitting in mid-June, Johari is no stranger to the tourism sector.
After all, he was the Tourism Minister between September 2000 and June 2004 and during his tenure, among others, he managed to get direct air links to several European destinations and Federal funding to build a waterfront along Kampung Seberang Hilir.
Johari, who is also Housing and Urban Development Minister, said he thus needed the people’s continuous support.
Tourism would also play a key role in providing more employment opportunities for the young generation, he said.
“Chief Minister Tan Sri Abdul Taib Mahmud told me this on Thursday, ‘Abang Jo, this is the sector that will give spin off to the economy particularly in the city’.
“My reply was ‘God willing, I will make Kuching just like Venice in Italy. We’ll get more cruise boats for Sarawak River and attract more honeymooners. And when there are many visitors, our layered-cakes and handicraft sales will also increase’,” Johari said at the Samariang PBB’s election appreciation dinner here on Friday night.
After the first post-election state Cabinet meeting last Thursday, Taib had announced that Johari would be taking over the ministry from Tan Sri Dr George Chan who lost in the April 16 election.

tunku : abang jo has done slendid job both in housing and tourism ministry.he had proven with his track record.we hope abang jo would be given finance or planning ministry so that he would be more prepared as the new sarawak cm when taib resign. abang jo had vast experience and seen as clean leader without issues. the future of sarawak will be more dynamic under his leadership.he had been a very loyal deputy all these while and deserved to be the next CM.

Monday, April 25, 2011

RM4bil roads for Penang- why should federal help?

GEORGE TOWN: The state government has announced plans to implement two new road projects costing some RM4bil to reduce traffic congestion on Penang island by up to 40%.
Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng said the first project was a 4.2km inner ring road connecting Gurney Drive to the Tun Dr Lim Chong Eu Expressway (formerly Jelutong Expressway) using a combination of semi-tunnel and elevated road.
“The other is a 4.6km-long tunnel road linking Paya Terubong and Bandar Baru Air Itam to the expressway,” he said.
Lim said the state was inviting a Request For Proposal (RFP) for the two projects, adding that major contractors were encouraged to submit their designs through the RFP process.
“The projects, which will be awarded via open tender, do not have a commencement date but the state wants the project to be implemented quickly,” he said at a press conference yesterday.
Lim said the state had come up with the projects because roads here were getting more congested due to rapid development.
"I hope the Federal Government and the private sector will support the projects. It may be costly but they are crucial in managing traffic congestion on the island.
“The projects, which came about after a series of studies over two years, will be incorporated into the Penang Transport Master Plan,” he added.
Penang Municipal Council senior traffic engineer A. Rajendran said the two new roads could alleviate congestion by up to 40% along the local road network.

tunku: why should federal help? i guess it is enough help from federal.after all the development by the federal, dap is claiming all the credits.enough is enough. federal should should use it's money now for rural area.don't spend money for the cities.let the state do by its own.federal should concentrate on the rural developments such as road,water,electricity and schools.

MCA Should Focus On Gaining Chinese Support And Not Imitate DAP

KUALA LUMPUR, April 24 (Bernama) - The MCA should focus on gaining Chinese support and not be influenced by DAP which like to play the race card.
Umno supreme council member Dr Mohd Puad Zarkashi said MCA should regain the strength lost due to the poor showing during the 2008 general election.
"MCA central committee member Loh Seng Kok should focus on strengthening the party rather than criticising Utusan Malaysia newspaper via Malaysiakini and Malaysian Insider," he said when launching an electronic dictionary at Putra World Trade Centre (PWTC) here Sunday.
Dr Puad said Loh's criticism of Utusan Malaysia is not fair as the newspaper has served the nation well since the fight for independence from British rule.

tunku : not only mca but also gerakan and supp should do more on gaining the chinese support.we hardly see them doing it in full force.it is the pm and umno that doing all the efforts.if gerakan,supp and mca still doesn't improve, they will lose more seats in the coming GE.mca,supp and gerakan should do their part or else they should think of their own future.they need energetic,dynamic and new generation of leaders.

Saturday, April 23, 2011

Umno and Pas- Solidarity Government.

Door Is Always Open For Talks With PAS, Says Ahmad Maslan



KUALA TERENGGANU, 22 April (Bernama) -- The door for Umno-PAS discussions on a solidarity government has never been closed, Umno information chief Datuk Ahmad Maslan said Friday.
Ahmad said that Umno looked forward to the day when Malays were united and no longer split because of politics.
"If PAS should decide to no longer be with PKR and the DAP in the opposition pact, we would be ready to discuss a solidarity government with them," he told reporters after a meeting here with Umno members from Bukit Payung and Ru Rendang.
Ahmad was commenting on a statement by PAS secretary general Datuk Mustafa Ali earlier today that his party would announce its stand in the opposition pact after investigations were completed on the sex video reported to feature someone resembling PKR advisor Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim.
The setting up of a solidarity government had been suggested by PAS president Datuk Seri Abdul Hadi Awang, but was rejected by leaders of PKR, DAP and PAS.

tunku : i am sure there are pas members that agrees with the solidarity government plan but nik aziz with his "erdogan" group opposed to this plan because their heart is filled with hatred and dirt.hope that hadi awang will convince his party members for the sake of malay unity in this country.hadi awang and his deputy too are no longer safe in pas as husam and mat sabu are teaming up to fight them for the presidency and deputy post.

Friday, April 22, 2011

Call For Taib's Immediate Exit A Blatant Ignorance Of Sarawak Politics - SPDP

MIRI, April 21 (Bernama) -- An MCA leader's call for Sarawak Chief Minister Tan Sri Abdul Taib Mahmud to step down immediately for losing the support of the Chinese in the recently-ended state election reveals a blatant ignorance of the political situation in the state. Sarawak Progressive Democratic Party (SPDP) vice-president Sylvester Entri Muran said today that the remarks by the MCA vice-president, Senator Gan Ping Sieu, were 'unbecoming' since Taib had led the State Barisan Nasional to retain a two-thirds majority and form a government. "MCA are using their sharpest spear to attack their own toughest shield. This is a clear-cut smear campaign by the MCA to undermine the state leadership," he said in a statement e-mailed to Bernama here Thursday. He said the loss of support of the Chinese voters in Sarawak in the recent state election was not sufficient reason for Taib to step down as he had proved himself by leading Barisan Nasional to win 55 of the 71 seats in the election. "The wishes of the voters in Sarawak ought to be respected, as the Chief Minister has a succession plan to ensure that Sarawak maintains its political stability and economic prosperity," he added. Entri, who retained the Marudi seat in the election, said that only the Sarawak United People's Party (SUPP) had fared badly in the election, losing in 13 of the 19 constituencies contested. On the other hand, he said, other component parties, such as the Parti Pesaka Bumiputera Bersatu (PBB) had won all the 35 seats it contested, while Parti Rakyat Sarawak (PRS) won eight seats. The SPDP won in six constituencies, he added. Rather than making such an uncalled-for statement, Gan should focus on revitalising the MCA so that it could become a good platform for the Chinese community in Barisan Nasional, he said. He said there was still a lot of work for the MCA to do to gain the full support of the Chinese community in Peninsular Malaysia, and should, therefore, not waste time meddling in Sarawak politics. "I suggest that the MCA should not toe the line of (the) opposition in order to be popular within the (Chinese) community. The party should just sit down and analyse what has happened so that it can prepare for the next general election," he added. -- BERNAMA

tunku : first it was kj who asked taib mahmud to step down. now this gan from mca. they should understand that taib had said that he will step down in mid term and under his lead bn won 2/3 majority.not like pak lah who made bn lost the 2/3 majority in bn history.with losing 2/3 majority, it took pak lah 1 year to step down,so why ask taib to resign now when sarawak bn won 2/3 majority? let the smooth transition take place in sarawak. taib now is preparing to hand over his leadership to abang jo.it will take at least 2 years for this process to happen.people like kj and gan should look themselves at the mirror.the worst is kj,because of him and his father in-law bn lost 2/3 majority and still struggling till today.najib has to clear all their dirt and he is doing it well.gan who is only a senator, not elected by the people should shut his stinking mouth too. go and cure the dying mca first.

Wednesday, April 20, 2011

Swear on Quran to clear your name, Anwar told

PETALING JAYA: Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim has been challenged to clear his name by swearing on the Quran that he is not the man in a sex video.
Former Perkasa treasurer-general Datuk Shuaib Lazim, one of the Datuk T trio who exposed the existence of the sex video, said the Opposition Leader must come clean on the matter.
He also challenged PAS leaders Datuk Nik Aziz Nik Mat and Datuk Seri Abdul Hadi Awang to swear on the Quran that they truly believed Anwar was a victim of slander.
“Nik Aziz and Hadi were quick to accuse us of slandering Anwar without even viewing the video.
“They make sweeping statements against us without even looking at the evidence, and they call themselves ulama,'' he said.
Shuaib, businessman Datuk Shazryl Eskay Abdullah and former Malacca chief minister Tan Sri Abdul Rahim Tamby Chik, collectively known as Datuk T, exposed the existence of the video showing a man resembling Anwar having sex with a woman believed to be a prostitute.
Anwar, who has denied that he was the man in the sex video, lodged a police report claiming that it was a conspiracy to end his political career.

tunku : you think the moron dare to swear on Quran, if he dare he had done that to clear his name for his sodomy case.it is very simple , if you had done nothing wrong you won't be afraid to swear on Quran to clear your name like what Najib did when he was accused of murdering with altantuya but this moron all he know is that run away.when the sodomy case appeared he ran to turkish embassy and now he ran again to usa.

Najib Tun Razak providing 'touch points'

Gerakan Vice-President Says BN Politicians Should Learn From PM's 'Touch Points'

KOTA KINABALU, April 19 (Bernama) -- Gerakan Vice-President Datuk Raymond Tan Shu Kiah said Barisan Nasional (BN) politicians should learn from the emphasis of Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak on providing 'touch points' for the people to gain their support.
Najib's thought leadership, policies and presence in Sarawak were described as the major factors in helping BN retain a two-thirds majority in the recent state election.
"It is important that in whatever we do, it (the action) should reach out and touch them (the voters)," he told reporters here today when asked to comment on the results of the election.
Tan said BN politicians could learn a lot from the Sarawak election, especially in asking themselves whether they had done enough to resolve issues raised by the people.
"Probably, not enough. We cannot make assumptions that we have done enough," he added.
Tan said the decision by some voters in Sarawak to vote for Opposition parties should be accepted and that the swing in support for the Opposition had to do with dissatisfaction over unfulfilled needs of the people.
"We had seen a lot of things in our trips to Sarawak (during the campaign). At the back of my mind, there was a sentiment of unhappiness and frustration...that certain things that needed to be done, was not done," he said.
Tan, who is also Sabah Industrial Development Minister, noted that the wave favouring the Opposition did not just sweep over urban areas but also beyond such areas as could be seen from the sizeable number of votes obtained by the Opposition elsewhere.
"I don't want to single out the Chinese. It was across the board, every community, not just the Chinese voters.
"They (the voters) made their decision. There must be a reason for them to vote in this particular manner. They are not just looking at Sarawak (issues). Their mind was open, they were looking at various issues in the country."
But Tan also said that the Opposition capitalised on the people's frustration in an aggressive manner, literally.
"They (the Opposition) were also very well-prepared. They planned everything, were very organised, very detailed -- we should learn something from Sarawak. I learnt," he said.

tunku : bn leaders should learn the approaches by najib,especially going to the ground.going to the ground does not mean that you only walk and greet people,shake hands etc.it is more than that.feel the pulse of the people, what are their concerns,what are the problems they are facing and how to help them.if every bn leaders can do this, i am sure BN will win with great majority in the next GE. it is still not too late. those who are there for a long long time should go.go gracefully.don't wait till you are thrown out.we have seen many leaders thrown out, samy vellu one of them and recently george chan.there are more but they survive because they were lucky but will not remain lucky forever. BN should be on attack mode now.gone are the days BN always on the defensive mode. we should attack in order to defense.get rid of all the viruses in the party now.

1MALAYSIA EMAIL- Not Finance by the Government.

Official email account for each Malaysian adult

Initiative is to allow direct and secure communication between the public and the Government
PUTRAJAYA: All Malaysians who are 18 years old and above will be assigned an email account each in order to receive statements, bills and notices from the Government.
The initiative would allow direct and secure communication between the public and the Government, said Tricubes Bhd chief executive officer Khairun Zainal Mokhtar.
Tricubes Bhd is the company developing the 1Malaysia Email project in collaboration with Microsoft.
Khairun said Tricubes Bhd would also spearhead the development of a web portal which would include social networking services, online bill checking and payments.
"Currently, the company is still running stress test for the portal.
"Hopefully, we can get it ready by July this year," he told a press conference at the fifth progress update of the Economic Transformation Programme in here, Tuesday.
Meanwhile, the Performance Management and Delivery Unit (Pemandu), responding to queries on the project, said the 1Malaysia Email address would not be made compulsory.
"1Msia Email is a private sector-led initiative by Tricubes, with investment from the company and not the Government," a Pemandu source tweeted.

tunku: lim kit siang in his tweet and blog has started to poison the people's mind and condemn this project as though it is the government money.he is lying as usual to whole nation that government is spending money unnecessarily when it is not finance by the government.this is what dap is good at, lying and spinning.he should support and glad that such a project is being implemented.

Tuesday, April 19, 2011

Why SUPP should be given the DCM Post ?

Diluted Chinese representation in govt

SIBU: The poor showing of the Sarawak United People’s Party in the 10th state election has left the Chinese with no more than two representatives in the state government.
Assuming that the state government decides to preserve the Chinese quota, SUPP deputy secretary-general Dato Sri Wong Soon Koh is likely to take over as deputy chief minister from party president Datuk Patinggi Tan Sri Dr George Chan, who was defeated in Piasau.
Wong, a minister in the last cabinet who won in Bawang Assan, is the more senior of the two successful Chinese candidates from SUPP.
The other candidate, Datuk Lee Kim Shim, who scrapped through in Senadin, is likely to be promoted to full minister.
SUPP had two ministers and four assistant ministers in the previous administration.
If the quota is retained, the other four SUPP candidates who won in the election will be made assistant ministers.
But the four are all Bumiputeras: Ranum Mina in Opar, Dr Jerip Susil in Bengoh, Dr Johnical Rayong in Engkilili and Datuk Francis Harden Hollis in Simanggang.
And what about change in the party? This had been much talked about by SUPP leaders, including Dr Chan, who is not the first SUPP president to be defeated by the DAP.
His immediate predecessor, Deputy Chief Minister Datuk Patinggi Tan Sri Dr Wong Soon Kai, was trounced by Sarawak DAP chairman Wong Ho Leng in Bukit Assek in 1996.
Analyst Ong Kian Ming of UCSI University said that SUPP had not been able to deflect the attack on Chief Minister Pehin Sri Abdul Taib Mahmud.
He said that SUPP had also failed to respond to “changes in the urban political landscape.”
Dr Chan has not indicated that he will resign as party president.
If he decides to stay on, he will probably give the reason that he wants to supervise changes in the party.
The danger for SUPP is that the Chinese will look at such a situation as “the same old story.”

tunku: why should supp get the dcm post , the bigger question is why dato sri wong soon koh? fisrt of all supp just won 6 seats and in that 6 seats, only 2 seats by Chinese representative. where else PRS won 8 seats and they are the one deserve more than the supp. if BN still want to give supp the dcm post, we hope they will put a Native Bumiputera representative. we must decide base on what the voters had decided on the 16th April 2011.there are strong suggestions that CM should change the state constitution to include a provision for such nomination so that non elected representatives from the Chinese community to sit in the State Legislative Assembly.this is not right. we must elect only elected representatives and again i point here that we must decide based on what the voters had voted.

Monday, April 18, 2011

Rejoin BN, Masing advises SNAP

KUCHING: SNAP should consider rejoining BN to make the party relevant again, suggested PRS president Dato Sri Dr James Jemut Masing yesterday.
“If they don’t do it (rejoin BN), they can consider closing shop,” said Masing.
Masing pointed out that the message SNAP conveyed to the electorate in the April 16 polls was outdated.
“SNAP has been away (from mainstream politics) for far too long. It has no network to convey its message to the people and the party’s campaigning method was not even working,” he told reporters.
He reiterated that it would be wise for the party’s leadership to stop whatever they were doing right now and rejoin the ruling coalition.
“I would like to advise SNAP to start cooperating with the BN again. Join us to strengthen BN for the next parliamentary and state elections.”
Yesterday, Masing retained Baleh with a 3,898-vote majority, beating Bendindang Manjah of PKR in a straight fight. He garnered 5,242 votes while Bendindang managed only 1,344 votes.

tunku : for the future of Native community in Sarawak, snap should consider offer from masing. the native should unite to fight the forces that are disuniting them in sarawak. lets unite the sarawak's native for the their future and sarawak's too.by now snap knows that pakatan is not the party to unite the people and bring progress to sarawak but to disunite and to rob sarawak's wealth.

Chinese Votes in Sarawak - Iban should get 2 DCM post.

Chinese Community In A Dilemma, Says Political Analyst

KUCHING, April 17 (Bernama) -- With the Sarawak United Peoples' Party (SUPP) now ranking fourth in the state Barisan Nasional (BN) coalition following its disastrous performance in yesterday's state polls, the Chinese community is facing a dilemma.
Previously the state BN's second largest component party, it suffered the highest casualty when it lost 13 out of 19 seats contested, including in Piasau, which saw its president and deputy chief minister Tan Sri Dr George Chan defeated by newcomer Ling Sie Kiong of the DAP.
A political analyst, Dr Jeniri Amir, said today the Chinese would be facing a Catch 22 situation because the community was going to carry less political weight due to a lack of representation in the state cabinet.
"This is the reality. They (Chinese) have to accept the far-reaching implication because they have made their decision which will cause them to be further alienated," he told Bernama here.
On the other hand, he said, the Bumiputera community, including the Bidayuh would protest if they did not get any representation in the government for helping to win seats for SUPP.
SUPP barely retained its mostly mixed Chinese-Bumiputera seats of Bawang Assan, Opar, Bengoh, Senadin, Simanggang and Engkili but lost 12 urban Chinese-majoirty seats to DAP and another three to Parti Keadilan Rakyat (PKR).
Dr Jeniri, who is also Universiti Malaysia Sarawak (Unimas) social sciences faculty senior lecturer said the ruling coalition would have to take care of the sentiments of the bumiputeras in the party, who wanted to see their own leaders appointed in the cabinet.
Unlike the appointment of defeated candidates as senators in the federal cabinet, he said it had never been a practice in Sarawak to enable those who lost in the state election to remain or appointed as ministers.
So far the most senior SUPP elected representative is party deputy secretary-general Datuk Seri Wong Soon Koh, the Second Finance Minister cum Environment and Public Health Minister, who retained his Bawang Assan seat.
Yesterday's 10th state election saw SUPP's seats further reduced from the 11 seats won in the May 2006 state election.

tunku : majority of the chinese voters has decided that they are with dap no matter what is the political scenario will be in sarawak. taib's tenure as cm is just merely an excuse for them.if we have a new cm,they will still vote for dap. now the BN in sarawak must appreciate it's bumi's voters by giving them all the important post. for me the dcm post meant for supp should be given to prs which won more seats than supp.supp lost in chinese majority area and only wins in the iban/bidayuh majority area.let there be one Iban and 1 Bidayuh representing 2 parties for the dcm post.this is what the voters decided and we should do it according to their wish.as a token a chinese representative from supp can be given a minister post.

Sunday, April 17, 2011

PILIHANRAYA NEGERI SARAWAK 2011 - FULL RESULT.

N01: OPAR: SARAWAK: 8,099


1. Stephen ak Sagir (SNAP).....................674
2. Joseph Jindy ak Peter Rosen (Bebas).........475
3. Boniface Willy ak Tumek (PKR).............1,354
4. RANUM AK MINA (BN-SUPP)...................3,360

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast...................5,931
Peratus/Percentage...........................73.47%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes.........................68
Majoriti/Majority............................2,006

Penyandang/Incumbent: Ranum ak Mina (BN-SUPP)
Undi diperolehi/Votes polled: 3,585
Majoriti/Majority: 2,183

N02: TASIK BIRU: SARAWAK: 15,100

1. DATUK PETER NANSIAN AK NGUSIE (BN-SPDP)........5,829
2. Frankie Jurem ak Nyombui (SNAP)..................825
3. John Tenewi Nuek (PKR).........................3,757

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast.......................10,531
Peratus/Percentage................................69.91%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes.............................120
Majoriti/Majority.................................2,072

Penyandang/Incumbent: Peter Nansian ak Ngusie (BN-SPDP)
Undi diperolehi/Votes polled: 6,393
Majoriti/Majority: 3,203

N03: TANJONG DATU: SARAWAK: 7,936

1. TAN SRI ADENAN SATEM (BN-PBB).................4,218
2. Gilbert Asson ak Kulong (Bebas).................215
3. Nani Sahari (PAS).............................1,002

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast.......................5,497
Peratus/Percentage...............................69.52%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes.............................62
Majoriti/Majority................................3,216

Penyandang/Incumbent: Tan Sri Adenan Satem (BN-PBB)
Undi diperolehi/Votes polled: 4,545
Majoriti/Majority: 4,136

N04: PANTAI DAMAI: SARAWAK: 14,104

1. Suhaini Selamat (Bebas).........................111
2. DR ABDUL RAHMAN JUNAIDI (BN-PBB)..............7,425
3. Wan Zainal Abidin Wan Senusi (PKR)............2,354

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast.......................9,995
Peratus/Percentage...............................71.17%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes............................105
Majoriti/Majority................................5,071

Penyandang/Incumbent: Dr Abdul Rahman Junaidi (BN-PBB)
Undi diperolehi/Votes polled: 5,217
Majoriti/Majority: 2,164

N05: DEMAK LAUT: SARAWAK: 10,437

1. DR HAZLAND ABANG HIPNI (BN-PBB)...............5,522
2. Ali Hossen bin Abang (PKR)....................1,770

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast.......................7,390
Peratus/Percentage...............................70.93%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes.............................98
Majoriti/Majority................................3,752

Penyandang/Incumbent: Dr Abang Draup Zamahari Abang Haji Zen (BN-PBB)
Undi diperolehi/Votes polled: 5,094
Majoriti/Majority: 3,605

N06: TUPONG: SARAWAK: 17,796

1. DATUK DAUD ABDUL RAHMAN (BN-PBB)...............8,304
2. Baharuddin @ Din Shah Mokhsen (PKR)............3,753

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast.......................12,192
Peratus/Percentage................................68.51%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes.............................135
Majoriti/Majority.................................4,551

Penyandang/Incumbent: Datuk Daud Abdul Rahman (BN-PBB)
Undi diperolehi/Votes polled: 6,885
Majoriti/Majority: 4,572

N07: SAMARIANG: SARAWAK: 15,942

1. SHARIFAH HASIDAH SAYEED AMAN GHAZALI (BN-PBB)......8,008
2. Zulrusdi Mohamad Hol (PKR).........................2,577

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast...........................10,729
Peratus/Percentage....................................67.55%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes.................................144
Majoriti/Majority.....................................5,431

Penyandang/Incumbent: Sharifah Hasidah Sayeed Aman Ghazali (BN-PBB)
Undi diperolehi/Votes polled: 5,365
Majoriti/Majority: 2,488

N08: SATOK: SARAWAK: 10,431

1. DATUK AMAR ABANG JOHARI TUN ABANG OPENG (BN-PBB)...4,691
2. Ahmad Nazib Johari (PKR)...........................1,891

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast............................6,661
Peratus/Percentage....................................64.39%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes..................................79
Majoriti/Majority.....................................2,800

Penyandang/Incumbent: Datuk Amar Abang Johari Tun Abang Openg (BN-PBB)
Undi diperolehi/Votes polled: 4,222
Majoriti/Majority: 2,798

N09: PADUNGAN: SARAWAK: 23,576

1. Dominique Ng Kim Ho (Bebas)......................439
2. WONG KING WEI (DAP)...........................11,957
3. Sim Kiang Chiok (BN-SUPP)......................4,073

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast.......................16,538
Peratus/Percentage................................70.23%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes..............................69
Majoriti/Majority.................................7,884

Penyandang/Incumbent: Dominique Ng Kim Ho (PKR)
Undi diperolehi/Votes polled: 8,002
Majoriti/Majority: 1,417

N010: PENDING: SARAWAK: 29,488

1. Prof Dr Sim Kui Hian (BN-SUPP).................6,780
2. VIOLET YONG (DAP).............................14,375

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast.......................21,274
Peratus/Percentage................................72.27%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes.............................119
Majoriti/Majority.................................7,595

Penyandang/Incumbent: Violet Yong (DAP)
Undi diperolehi/Votes polled: 11,632
Majoriti/Majority: 4,372

N011: BATU LINTANG: SARAWAK: 27,833

1. Sih Hua Tong (BN-SUPP).........................4,854
2. SEE CHEE HOW (PKR)............................13,235
3. Soo Lina (Bebas).................................290

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast.......................18,440
Peratus/Percentage................................66.38%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes..............................61
Majoriti/Majority.................................8,381

Penyandang/Incumbent: Voon Lee Shan (DAP)
Undi diperolehi/Votes polled: 8,806
Majoriti/Majority: 3,407

N012: KOTA SENTOSA: SARAWAK: 27,301

1. CHONG CHIENG JEN (DAP)........................12,594
2. Datuk Alfred Yap Chin Loi (BN-SUPP)............7,770

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast.......................20,559
Peratus/Percentage................................75.41%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes.............................195
Majoriti/Majority.................................4,824

Penyandang/Incumbent: Chong Chieng Jen (DAP)
Undi diperolehi/Votes polled:6,579
Majoriti/Majority: 531

N013: BATU KAWAH: SARAWAK: 20,664

1. CHRISTINA CHEW WANG SEE (DAP)..................7,439
2. Tan Joo Phoi (BN-SUPP).........................6,896

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast.......................14,519
Peratus/Percentage................................70.68%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes.............................184
Majoriti/Majority...................................543

Penyandang/Incumbent: Tan Joo Phoi (BN-SUPP)
Undi diperolehi/Votes polled: 6,755
Majoriti/Majority: 4,180

N014: ASAJAYA: SARAWAK: 13,799

1. ABD KARIM RAHMAN HAMZAH (BN-PBB)...............7,597
2. Arip Ameran (PKR)..............................3,108

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast.......................10,853
Peratus/Percentage................................78.85%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes.............................148
Majoriti/Majority.................................4,489

Penyandang/Incumbent: Abdul Karim Rahman Hamzah (BN-PBB)
Undi diperolehi/Votes polled: 6,949
Majoriti/Majority: 5,063

N015: MUARA TUANG: SARAWAK: 18,820

1. DATUK SERI MOHAMAD ALI MAHMUD (BN-PBB)........11,039
2. Noraini Hamzah (PAS)...........................3,196

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast.......................14,534
Peratus/Percentage................................77.42%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes.............................299
Majoriti/Majority.................................7,843

Penyandang/Incumbent: Datuk Seri Haji Mohammad Ali Mahmud (BN-PBB)
Undi diperolehi/Votes polled: 7,863

N016: BENGOH: SARAWAK: 21,955

1. Willie ak Mongin (PKR).........................4,447
2. Wejok ak Tomik (Bebas).........................1,007
3. Richard @ Peter ak Margaret (SNAP)...............928
4. DR JERIP AK SUSIL (BN-SUPP)....................8,093

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast.......................14,750
Peratus/Percentage................................67.55%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes.............................275
Majoriti/Majority.................................3,646

Penyandang/Incumbent: Dr Jerip ak Susil (BN-SUPP)
Undi diperolehi/Votes polled: 7,540
Majoriti/Majority: 3,988

N017: TARAT: SARAWAK: 16,352

1. Ateng ak Jeros (SNAP)............................567
2. ROLAND SAGEH WEE INN (BN-PBB)..................6,287
3. Peter Ato ak Mayau (PKR).......................4,292

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast.......................11,355
Peratus/Percentage................................69.61%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes.............................209
Majoriti/Majority.................................1,995

Penyandang/Incumbent: Roland Sageh Wee In (BN-PBB)
Undi diperolehi/Votes polled: 5,854
Majoriti/Majority: 3,256

N018: TEBEDU: SARAWAK: 12,497

1. Kipli bin Ale (Bebas)...........................260
2. DATUK SERI MICHAEL MANYIN AK JAWONG (BN-PBB)..6,196
3. Christopher ak Kiyui (PKR)....................2,130
4. Anthony ak Nais (SNAP)..........................468

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast.......................9,203
Peratus/Percentage...............................73.77%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes............................149
Majoriti/Majority................................4,066

Penyandang/Incumbent: Datuk Michael Manyin ak Jawong (BN-PBB)
Undi diperolehi/Votes polled: 6,107
Majoriti/Majority: 4,256

N019: KEDUP: SARAWAK: 17,466

1. Lainus ak Andrew Luwak (PKR)...................4,211
2. MACLAINE BEN @ MARTIN BEN (BN-PBB).............6,476
3. Amin ak Banti (Bebas)............................397
4. Belayong ak Jayang (SNAP)........................666

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast.......................11,915
Peratus/Percentage................................69.44%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes.............................165
Majoriti/Majority.................................2,265

Penyandang/Incumbent: Frederick Bayoi ak Manggie (BN-PBB)
Undi diperolehi/Votes polled: 5,635
Majoriti/Majority: 1,981

N020: SADONG JAYA: SARAWAK: 7,656

1. AIDEL LARIWOO (BN-PBB)........................4,008
2. Mahayudin Wahab (Bebas).........................402
3. Abang Eddy Allyanny Abang Fauzi (PAS).........1,074

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast.......................5,573
Peratus/Percentage...............................73.00%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes.............................89
Majoriti/Majority................................2,934

Penyandang/Incumbent: Datuk Wan Abdul Wahab Wan Sanusi (BN-PBB)
Undi diperolehi/Votes polled: 2,715
Majoriti/Majority: 858

N021: SIMUNJAN: SARAWAK: 10,104

1. MOHD NARODEN MAJAIS (BN-PBB)..................5,465
2. Mashor Hussen (PKR)...........................1,417
3. Zaini bin Le' (Bebas)...........................179
4. Mac Palima ak Nyambil (PCM).....................237

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast.......................7,383
Peratus/Percentage...............................73.29%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes.............................85
Majoriti/Majority................................4,048

Penyandang/Incumbent: Mohd Naroden Majais (BN-PBB)
Undi diperolehi/Votes polled: 4,786
Majoriti/Majority: 3,350

N022: SEBUYAU: SARAWAK: 8,042

1. Ali bin Semsu (Bebas)............................67
2. Adam Ahid (PAS)...............................1,769
3. JULAIHI NARAWI (BN-PBB).......................4,045

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast.......................5,968
Peratus/Percentage...............................74.35%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes.............................87
Majoriti/Majority................................2,276

Penyandang/Incumbent: Julaihi Narawi (BN-PBB)
Undi diperolehi/Votes polled: 3,748
Majoriti/Majority: 2,448

N023: LINGGA: SARAWAK: 7,745

1. SIMOI PERI (BN-PBB)...........................3,652
2. Abang Ahmad Arabi Abang Bolhassan (PKR).......1,146
3. Abang Othman Abang Gom (SNAP)...................359

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast.......................5,240
Peratus/Percentage...............................67.66%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes.............................83
Majoriti/Majority................................2,506

Penyandang/Incumbent: Simoi Peri (BN-PBB)
Undi diperolehi/Votes polled: 3,245
Majoriti/Majority: 1,870

N024: BETING MARO: SARAWAK: 7,868

1. RAZAILI GAPOR (BN-PBB)........................3,069
2. Abang Ahmad Kerdee Abang Masagus (PAS)........2,678

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast.......................5,808
Peratus/Percentage...............................73.82%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes.............................61
Majoriti/Majority..................................391

Penyandang/Incumbent: Bolhassan Di @ Ahmad Di (BN-PBB)
Undi diperolehi/Votes polled: 2,796
Majoriti/Majority: 895

N025: BALAI RINGIN: SARAWAK: 8,798

1. Ibi ak Uding (PKR)............................1,260
2. SNOWDAN LAWAN (BN-PRS)........................4,145
3. Dan ak Giang (SNAP).............................765
4. Lipeh ak Mawi (PCM).............................126
5. Cobbold ak Lusoi (Bebas).........................85
6. Sujal ak Gansi (Bebas)...........................32

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast.......................6,523
Peratus/Percentage...............................74.38%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes............................110
Majoriti/Majority................................2,885

Penyandang/Incumbent: Snowdan Lawan (BN-PRS)
Undi diperolehi/Votes polled: 3,075
Majoriti/Majority: 1,516

N026: BUKIT BEGUNAN: SARAWAK: 7,778

1. MONG AK DAGANG (BN-PRS).......................3,671
2. Lias ak Julai (Bebas)...........................188
3. Jimmy Lim @ Jimmy Donald (PKR)..................898
4. Ivanhoe Anthony ak Belon (SNAP).................638

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast.......................5,451
Peratus/Percentage...............................70.35%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes.............................56
Majoriti/Majority................................2,773

Penyandang/Incumbent: Mong ak Dagang (BN-PRS)
Undi diperolehi/Votes polled: 3,083
Majoriti/Majority: 1,007

N027: SIMANGGANG: SARAWAK: 10,488

1. Leon Jimat Donald (DAP).......................2,311
2. DATUK FRANCIS HARDEN AK HOLLIS (BN-SUPP)......4,758

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast.......................7,136
Peratus/Percentage...............................68.37%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes.............................67
Majoriti/Majority................................2,447

Penyandang/Incumbent: Datuk Francis Harden ak Hollis (BN-SUPP)
Undi diperolehi/Votes polled: 5,144
Majoriti/Majority: 4,258


N028: ENGKELILI: SARAWAK: 9,444

1. DR JOHNICHAL RAYONG AK NGIPA (BN-SUPP)........4,928
2. Jimmy Simon Maja (Bebas)........................414
3. Semijie ak Janting (SNAP).......................393
4. Marudi @ Barudi ak Mawang (PKR)...............1,121

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast.......................6,926
Peratus/Percentage...............................73.34%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes.............................70
Majoriti/Majority................................3,807

Penyandang/Incumbent: Dr Johnical Rayong ak Ngipa (SNAP)
Undi diperolehi/Votes polled: 3,442
Majoriti/Majority: 426

N029: BATANG AI: SARAWAK: 8,728

1. Nicholas Bawin ak Anggat (PKR)................1,719
2. MALCOM MUSSEN AK LAMOH (BN-PRS)...............4,460

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast.......................6,262
Peratus/Percentage...............................71.96%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes.............................83
Majoriti/Majority................................2,741

Penyandang/Incumbent: Malcom Mussen ak Lamoh (BN-PRS)
Undi diperolehi/Votes polled: 3,907
Majoriti/Majority: 1,854

N030: SARIBAS: SARAWAK: 8,054

1. RICKY @ MOHAMMAD RAZI SITAM (BN-PBB)..........3,865
2. Abang Zulkifli Abang Engkeh (PKR).............2,137

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast.......................6,078
Peratus/Percentage...............................75.83%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes.............................76
Majoriti/Majority................................1,728

Penyandang/Incumbent: Dr Wahbi Junaidi (BN-PBB)
Undi diperolehi/Votes polled: 2,441
Majoriti/Majority: 94

N031: LAYAR: SARAWAK: 8,109

1. Joe ak Unggang (SNAP)...........................183
2. Stanny Embat Dharoh ak Laja (PKR).............1,787
3. Ngumbang @ Kibak ak Datu (Bebas)................170
4. TAN SRI DR ALFRED JABU AK NUMPANG (BN-PBB)....3,703

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast.......................5,934
Peratus/Percentage...............................73.71%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes.............................91
Majoriti/Majority................................1,916

Penyandang/Incumbent: Tan Sri Dr Alfred Jabu ak Numpang (BN-PBB)
Undi diperolehi/Votes polled: 3,767
Majoriti/Majority: 2,677

N032: BUKIT SABAN: SARAWAK: 7,657

1. Dayrell Walter Entrie (SNAP)....................641
2. Jerah ak Engkiong @ Edward Jerah (PKR)........1,125
3. ROBERT LAWSON CHUAT (BN-PBB)..................3,899

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast.......................5,743
Peratus/Percentage..............................75.24%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes.............................78
Majoriti/Majority................................2,774
Penyandang/Incumbent: Robert Lawson Chuat (BN-PBB)
Undi diperolehi/Votes polled: 3,258
Majoriti/Majority: 1,878


N033: KALAKA: SARAWAK: 14,167

1. Ismail bin Hussain (Bebas).....................1,665
2. ABDUL WAHAB AZIZ (BN-PBB)......................6,835
3. Mohd Yahya Abdullah (PKR)......................1,511

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast.......................10,131
Peratus/Percentage................................72.01%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes.............................120
Majoriti/Majority.................................5,170

Penyandang/Incumbent: Abdul Wahab Aziz (BN-PBB)
Undi diperolehi/Votes polled: 7,396
Majoriti/Majority: 5,929

N034: KRIAN: SARAWAK: 11,016

1. Liman ak Sujang (SNAP)..........................216
2. Datuk Peter Nyarok ak Entrie (BN-SPDP)........3,088
3. Banyi ak Beriak (Bebas).........................125
4. ALI AK BIJU (PKR).............................5,178

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast.......................8,674
Peratus/Percentage...............................78.87%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes.............................67
Majoriti/Majority................................2,090

Penyandang/Incumbent: Datuk Peter Nyarok ak Entrie (BN-SPDP)
Undi diperolehi/Votes polled: 4,784
Majoriti/Majority: 2,089

N035: BELAWAI: SARAWAK: 8,623

1. Abdul Wahab Abdullah (PKR)......................618
2. Kiprawi bin Suhaili (Bebas).....................133
3. DATUK TALIF @ LEN SALLEH (BN-PBB).............5,164

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast.......................6,006
Peratus/Percentage...............................70.15%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes.............................91
Majoriti/Majority................................4,546

Penyandang/Incumbent: Hamden Ahmad (BN-PBB)
Undi diperolehi/Votes polled: 4,102
Majoriti/Majority: 3,316

N036: SEMOP: SARAWAK: 8,891

1. ABDULLAH SAIDOL (BN-PBB)......................4,814
2. Ong Chung Siew (PKR)............................564
3. Ajiji Fauzan (Bebas)............................419

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast.......................5,911
Peratus/Percentage...............................66.55%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes............................114
Majoriti/Majority................................4,250

Penyandang/Incumbent: Datuk Mohamad Asfia Awang Nasar (BN-PBB)
Undi diperolehi/Votes polled: 4,479
Majoriti/Majority: 3,226

N037: DARO: SARAWAK: 7,305

1. MURNI SUHAILI (BN-PBB)........................3,867
2. Jamaludin Ibrahim (PKR).........................475
3. Muhamad Zamhari Berawi (Bebas)..................670
4. Noh @ Muhamad Noh Bakri @ Bakeri (Bebas)........129

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast.......................5,246
Peratus/Percentage...............................72.07%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes............................105
Majoriti/Majority................................3,197

Penyandang/Incumbent: Murni Suhaili (BN-PBB)
(Menang Tidak Bertanding/Won Unopposed)

N038: JEMORENG: SARAWAK: 8,635

1. Asbor Abdullah (Bebas)...........................77
2. Abdul Hafiz Noh (Bebas).......................1,579
3. GANI @ ABU SEMAN JAHWIE (BN-PBB)..............4,505

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast.......................6,281
Peratus/Percentage...............................72.90%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes............................120
Majoriti/Majority................................2,926

Penyandang/Incumbent: Abu Seman Jahwie (BN-PBB)
Undi diperolehi/Votes polled: 3,567
Majoriti/Majority: 1,710

N039: REPOK: SARAWAK: 18,481

1. DR WONG HUA SEH (DAP)..........................7,900
2. Datuk David Teng Lung Chi (BN-SUPP)............5,221

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast.......................13,364
Peratus/Percentage................................72.44%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes.............................243
Majoriti/Majority.................................2,679

Penyandang/Incumbent: Datuk David Teng Lung Chi (BN-SUPP)
Undi diperolehi/Votes polled: 5,502
Majoriti/Majority: 576

N040: MERADONG: SARAWAK: 15,337

1. Ling Kie King (BN-SUPP)........................4,197
2. TING TZE FUI (DAP).............................6,884

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast.......................11,188
Peratus/Percentage................................73.06%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes.............................107
Majoriti/Majority.................................2,687

Penyandang/Incumbent: Ting Tze Fui (DAP)
Undi diperolehi/Votes polled: 5,990
Majoriti/Majority: 3,578

N041: PAKAN : SARAWAK: 9,274

1. DATUK SERI WILLIAM MAWAN (BN-SPDP)............3,938
2. Jamal Bin Abdullah @ Tedong ak Gunda (SNAP)...2,741

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast.......................6,762
Peratus/Percentage...............................73.16%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes.............................83
Majoriti/Majority................................1,197

Penyandang/Incumbent: Datuk Seri William Mawan (BN-SPDP)
Undi diperolehi/Votes polled: 4,138
Majoriti/Majority: 1,763

N042: MELUAN: SARAWAK: 11,487

1. John Brian Anthony ak Jeremy Guang (PKR)......2,973
2. WONG AK JUDAT (BN-SPDP).......................4,615
3. Labang ak Jamba (SNAP)..........................312

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast.......................8,019
Peratus/Percentage...............................70.00%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes.......................... 119
Majoriti/Majority................................1,642

Penyandang/Incumbent: Wong ak Judat (BN-SPDP)
Undi diperolehi/Votes polled: 5,086
Majoriti/Majority: 3,007

N043: NGEMAH: SARAWAK: 8,058

1. ALEXANDER VINCENT (BN-PRS)....................2,361
2. Yakup Khalid (Bebas)............................278
3. Adeh ak Denong (PCM)..........................1,366
4. Michael ak Lias (SNAP)..........................577
5. Aris ak Alap (PKR)..............................650

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast.......................5,324
Peratus/Percentage...............................66.13%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes.............................92
Majoriti/Majority..................................995

Penyandang/Incumbent: Gabriel Adit ak Demong (IND)
Undi diperolehi/Votes polled: 2,582
Majoriti/Majority: 549

N044: MACHAN: SARAWAK: 9,944

1. Augustine ak Liom @ August Kiom (SNAP)..........338
2. Kong Tat Kim (PCM)..............................696
3. DATUK GRAMONG JUNA (BN-PBB)...................3,683
4. George Chen Nguk Fa (PKR).....................2,054

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast.......................6,880
Peratus/Percentage...............................69.34%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes............................109
Majoriti/Majority................................1,629

Penyandang/Incumbent: Datuk Gramong Juna (BN-PBB)
Undi diperolehi/Votes polled: 4,045
Majoriti/Majority: 2,289

N045: BUKIT ASSEK: SARAWAK: 26,926

1. Hii Tiong Huat (Bebas)...........................180
2. Chieng Huong Toon (BN-SUPP)....................4,700
3. WONG HO LENG (DAP)............................13,527

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast.......................18,504
Peratus/Percentage...............................68.77%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes..............................97
Majoriti/Majority.................................8,827

Penyandang/Incumbent: Wong Ho Leng (DAP)
Undi diperolehi/Votes polled: 10,380
Majoriti/Majority: 4,751

N047: BAWANG ASSAN: SARAWAK: 16,743

1. Alice Lau Kiong Yieng (DAP)...................5,508
2. DATUK SERI WONG SOON KOH (BN-SUPP)............7,316

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast.......................12,930
Peratus/Percentage................................77.26%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes.............................106
Majoriti/Majority.................................1,808

Penyandang/Incumbent: Datuk Seri Wong Soon Koh (BN-SUPP)
Undi diperolehi/Votes polled: 6,804
Majoriti/Majority: 2,504

N048: PELAWAN: SARAWAK: 28,808

1. Vincent Goh Chung Siong (BN-SUPP)..............6,927
2. DAVID WONG KEE WOAN (DAP).....................13,318

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast.......................20,336
Peratus/Percentage................................70.74%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes..............................91
Majoriti/Majority.................................6,391

Penyandang/Incumbent: Vincent Goh Chung Siong (BN-SUPP)
Undi diperolehi/Votes polled: 7,375
Majoriti/Majority: 263

N049: NANGKA: SARAWAK: 14,197

1. DR ANNUAR RAPAEE (BN-PBB)......................7,710
2. Norisham Mohamed Ali (PKR).....................2,408

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast.......................10,270
Peratus/Percentage................................72.34%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes.............................152
Majoriti/Majority.................................5,302

Penyandang/Incumbent: Awang Bemee Awang Ali Basah (BN-PBB)
Undi diperolehi/Votes polled: 6,202
Majoriti/Majority: 4,815

N050: DALAT: SARAWAK: 11,857

1. DATIN FATIMAH ABDULLAH @ TING SAI MING (BN-PBB)...6,288
2. Sylvester Ajah Subah @ Ajah Subah (PKR)...........1,298
3. Salleh Mahali (Bebas)...............................257

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast...........................8,038
Peratus/Percentage...................................68.05%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes................................195
Majoriti/Majority....................................4,990

Penyandang/Incumbent: Fatimah Abdullah @ Ting Sai Ming (BN-PBB)
(Menang Tidak Bertanding/Won Unopposed)

N051: BALINGIAN: SARAWAK: 11,792

1. Suriati Abdullah (PKR)..........................871
2. TAN SRI ABDUL TAIB MAHMUD (BN-PBB)............6,210
3. Datuk Salleh Jafaruddin (Bebas)...............1,056

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast.......................8,253
Peratus/Percentage...............................70.22%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes............................116
Majoriti/Majority................................5,154

Penyandang/Incumbent: Tan Sri Abdul Taib Mahmud (BN-PBB)
Undi diperolehi/Votes polled: 6,393
Majoriti/Majority: 5,726

052: TAMIN: SARAWAK: 12,244

1. JOSEPH MAUH AK IKEH (BN-PRS)...................4,998
2. Mengga ak Mikui (PKR)..........................3,706

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast........................8,885
Peratus/Percentage................................72.65%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes.............................181
Majoriti/Majority.................................1,292

Penyandang/Incumbent: Joseph Mauh ak Ikeh (BN-PRS)
Undi diperolehi/Votes polled: 4,639
Majoriti/Majority: 2,377

N054: PELAGUS: SARAWAK: 15,322

1. Stanley Nyitar @ Unja ak Malang (BN-PRS)......2,903
2. GEORGE AK LAGONG (BEBAS)......................5,740
3. Edward Sumbang ak Asun (PKR)..................1,171

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast.......................9,986
Peratus/Percentage...............................65.36%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes............................172
Majoriti/Majority................................2,837

Penyandang/Incumbent: Larry Sng Wei Shien (BN-PRS)
Undi diperolehi/Votes polled: 5,965
Majoriti/Majority: 3,239


N055: KATIBAS: SARAWAK: 8,542

1. DATUK AMBROSE BLIKAU AK ENTURAN (BN-PBB)......3,326
2. Toh Heng San (SNAP).............................897
3. Munan ak Laja (PKR)...........................1,070

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast.......................5,378
Peratus/Percentage...............................63.18%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes.............................85
Majoriti/Majority................................2,256

Penyandang/Incumbent: Datuk Ambrose Blikau ak Enturan (BN-PBB)
Undi diperolehi/Votes polled: 3,887
Majoriti/Majority: 3,332

N056: BALEH: SARAWAK: 11,287

1. DATUK SERI DR JAMES MASING (BN-PRS)..........5,242
2. Bendindang ak Manjah (PKR)...................1,344

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast.......................6,684
Peratus/Percentage.............................. 59.22%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes..............................0
Majoriti/Majority................................3,898

Penyandang/Incumbent: Datuk Seri Dr James Masing (BN-PRS)
Undi diperolehi/Votes polled: 5,330
Majoriti/Majority: 4,802


N057: BELAGA: SARAWAK: 8,463

1. John Bampa @ Tusau (SNAP).......................368
2. Matthew ak Munan (Bebas).........................27
3. Basah Kesing @ Ali Basah Kesing (PKR).........1,046
4. Michael Jok (Bebas)..............................94
5. Kenneth Adan Silek (Bebas)......................330
6.LIWAN LAGANG (BN-PRS)..........................3,974

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast.......................5,913
Peratus/Percentage...............................69.87%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes.............................74
Majoriti/Majority................................2,928

Penyandang/Incumbent: Liwan Lagang (BN-PRS)
Undi diperolehi/Votes polled: 1,855
Majoriti/Majority: 227

N058: JEPAK: SARAWAK: 12,979

1. Ramli Malaka (SNAP).............................433
2. Abdul Jalil Bujang (PKR)......................2,342
3. DATUK TALIB ZULPILIP (BN-PBB).................5,470
4. Abdul Kuddus Ramlee (Bebas).....................477
5. Awang Abdillah Awang Nasar (Bebas)...............89

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast.......................8,944
Peratus/Percentage...............................69.36%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes............................133
Majoriti/Majority................................3,128

Penyandang/Incumbent: Datuk Talip Zulpilip (BN-PRS)
Undi diperolehi/Votes polled: 4,997
Majoriti/Majority: 3,179

N059: KIDURONG: SARAWAK: 27,225

1. CHIEW CHIU SING (DAP).........................12,493
2. Henry Ling Koung Meng (BN-SUPP)................5,563

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast.......................18,200
Peratus/Percentage................................67.30%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes.............................144
Majoriti/Majority.................................6,930

Penyandang/Incumbent: Chiew Chiu Sing (DAP)
Undi diperolehi/Votes polled: 8,517
Majoriti/Majority: 1,664

N061: BEKENU: SARAWAK: 10,672

1. ROSEY YUNUS (BN-SPDP).........................4,946
2. Dyg Juliana Awg Tambi (PCM).....................284
3. Thony ak Badak (SNAP)...........................570
4. Ishak Mahwi (PKR).............................1,232

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast.......................7,135
Peratus/Percentage...............................66.86%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes............................103
Majoriti/Majority................................3,714

Penyandang/Incumbent: Rosey Yunus (BN-SPDP)
Undi diperolehi/Votes polled: 4,357
Majoriti/Majority: 3,072

N062: LAMBIR: SARAWAK: 14,144

1. RIPIN LAMAT (BN-PBB)..........................4,625
2. Johari Bujang (SNAP)............................693
3. Zolhaidah Suboh (PKR).........................3,104

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast.......................8,565
Peratus/Percentage...............................60.72%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes............................143
Majoriti/Majority................................1,521

Penyandang/Incumbent: Aidan Wing (BN-PBB)
Undi diperolehi/Votes polled: 4,331
Majoriti/Majority: 2,834

N063: PIASAU: SARAWAK: 16,600

1. LING SIE KIONG (DAP)...........................5,998
2. Tan Sri Dr George Chan (BN-SUPP)...............4,408

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast.......................10,479
Peratus/Percentage...............................63.13%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes..............................73
Majoriti/Majority.................................1,590

Penyandang/Incumbent: Tan Sri Dr George Chan (BN-SUPP)
Undi diperolehi/Votes polled: 6,573
Majoriti/Majority: 3,918

N064: PUJUT: SARAWAK: 22,577

1. Andy Chia Chu Fatt (BN-SUPP)...................5,271
2. FONG PAU TECK (DAP)............................9,120

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast.......................14,458
Peratus/Percentage................................64.17%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes..............................67
Majoriti/Majority.................................3,849

Penyandang/Incumbent: Andy Chia Chu Fatt (BN-SUPP)
Undi diperolehi/Votes polled: 6,493
Majoriti/Majority: 1,370


N065: SENADIN: SARAWAK: 22,432

1. Michael Teo Yu Keng (PKR)......................7,276
2. DATUK LEE KIM SHIN (BN-SUPP)...................7,334

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast.......................14,796
Peratus/Percentage................................66.05%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes.............................186
Majoriti/Majority....................................58

Penyandang/Incumbent: Datuk Lee Kim Shin (BN-SUPP)
Undi diperolehi/Votes polled: 7,173
Majoriti/Majority: 4,799

N066: MARUDI: SARAWAK: 13,093

1. SYLVESTER ENTRIE AK MURAN (BN-SPDP)...........4,578
2. Michael Ding Tuah (Bebas).......................122
3. Gerang ak Dagom (PKR).........................1,376
4. Edwin Dundang ak Bugak (SNAP)...................281

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast.......................6,443
Peratus/Percentage...............................49.21%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes.............................86
Majoriti/Majority................................3,202

Penyandang/Incumbent: Sylvester Entrie ak Muran (BN-SPDP)
Undi diperolehi/Votes polled: 4,954
Majoriti/Majority: 4,284

N067: TELANG USAN: SARAWAK: 13,623


1. Harrison Ngau Laing (PKR).....................2,752
2. Kebing Wan (SNAP)...............................705
3. Jok Ding (Bebas)................................623
4. DENNIS NGAU (BN-PBB)..........................3,597

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast.......................7,763
Peratus/Percentage...............................57.15%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes.............................86
Majoriti/Majority..................................845

Penyandang/Incumbent: Lihan Jok (BN-PBB)
Undi diperolehi/Votes polled: 4,593
Majoriti/Majority: 2,771

N068: BUKIT KOTA: SARAWAK: 14,471

1. Leong Kwang Yew (DAP).........................1,774
2. Usop Jidin (Bebas)..............................398
3. DR ABDUL RAHMAN ISMAIL (BN-PBB)...............6,835
4. Ladis Pandin (Bebas)............................353

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast.......................9,425
Peratus/Percentage...............................65.44%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes.............................65
Majoriti/Majority................................5,061

Penyandang/Incumbent: Dr Abdul Rahman Ismail (BN-PBB)
Undi diperolehi/Votes polled: 5,501
Majoriti/Majority: 3,229


N069: BATU DANAU: SARAWAK: 7,636

1. Dr Lau Liak Koi (PKR).........................1,348
2. Lawrence Cosmas Sunang ak Simpang (SNAP)........140
3. PALU @ PAULUS AK GUMBANG (BN-SPDP)............3,667

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast.......................5,227
Peratus/Percentage...............................68.45%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes.............................72
Majoriti/Majority................................2,319

Penyandang/Incumbent: Palu @ Paulus ak Gumbang (BN-SPDP)
Undi diperolehi/Votes polled: 2,961
Majoriti/Majority: 1,262

N070: BA'KELALAN: SARAWAK: 6,958

1. BARU BIAN (PKR)...............................2,505
2. Willie Liau (BN-SPDP).........................2,032

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast.......................4,574
Peratus/Percentage...............................65.90%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes.............................37
Majoriti/Majority..................................473

Penyandang/Incumbent: Balang Rining (BN-SPDP)
Undi diperolehi/Votes polled: 2,064
Majoriti/Majority: 475

N071: BUKIT SARI: SARAWAK: 9,983

1. DATUK AMAR AWANG TENGAH ALI HASSAN (BN-PBB)...6,018
2. Japar Suyut (PKR)...............................955

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast.......................7,067
Peratus/Percentage...............................70.79%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes.............................94
Majoriti/Majority................................5,063

Penyandang/Incumbent: Datuk Amar Awang Tengah Ali Hassan (BN-PBB)
Undi diperolehi/Votes polled: 5,596
Majoriti/Majority: 5,275

Saturday, April 16, 2011

BN Wins

Bn has formed simple majority as at 6.30pm.
2/3 in hand.

BN LEADING : Muhyiddin: Don't Listen To Rumours Opposition Has Won

KUCHING, April 16 (Bernama) -- Deputy Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin has asked the people of Sarawak not to listen to rumours that the Opposition has won Saturday's state polls.
Muhyiddin said the rumours spread on the Internet were not true as voting would only be over at 5pm.
"There are rumours going around that Sarawak Barisan Nasional has lost and that the opposition will take over the state government.
"This is a lie...voting is still going on...votes have yet to be counted," he told a press conference at the Sarawak police headquarters here.
Instead, Muhyiddin said, he had received information that Opposition leader and Parti Keadilan Rakyat (PKR) advisor Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim had left Sarawak to either London or the United States.
If he has won, obviously he will be around until the end (of polling day). Why has he left Sarawak so early.
"Anwar has delegated his duties to his polling chiefs purportedly because he is afraid something might happen," he said, adding that the rumours were the work of "desperate people".
"We have two more hours to go (before polling ends)...I urge the people not to be influenced by these rumours," he said.
He said these rumours spread by the opposition were cyber-warfare using reverse psychology to confuse voters.
"This is a dirty and desperate tactic. No official statements have been made but they already want to be ahead of the Election Commission," he said.
On the voting process, the deputy prime minister said voter turnout was good but hoped more would cast their ballots before polling closed.
"At longhouses... many voters came early to vote. As such, I hope the BN machinery will bring more people to vote," he said.
He said that many constituencies were seeing higher voter turnouts with the majority of voters in support of BN.
Opposition parties like PKR and PAS had no support in Sarawak whereas the DAP only in a few urban areas, he said.
"They have to import supporters from other areas...and they bring along thugs. Locals do not like this because they have been living in peace and harmony," he added.

tunku : it is just a cyber-warfare using reverse psychology to confuse voters.they don't want bn supporters to go out and vote.that's all. latest info i received is that BN had won 36seats, enough to form a simple majority government as at 5.30pm.

Vote for the future,Vote for BN

10.45am: BALINGIAN: Movement for Change (MoCS) chairman Francis Siah visits Kampung Tellian Tengah polling station.

He reminds the Election Commission to abide by the rule not to allow campaigners within the voting vicinity.

He had earlier visited seven of the 27 polling stations in the Balingian constituency.

Balingian incumbent Tan Sri Abdul Taib Mahmud, who is Sarawak chief minister, is contesting against PKR's Suriati Abdullah and his cousin Datuk Salleh Jafaruddin who is standing as an Independent candidate.

9.50am: Satok: PBB deputy president Datuk Amar Abang Johari Tun Openg and Home Minister Datuk Seri Hishammuddin Hussein go on a walkabout close to polling centre.

9.15am: Pending: Incumbent Violet Yong tells the media that she is happy with the turnout and the good weather, after voting here.

Election Officer Nasir Ahmad said as of 9am, 137 votes had been cast.

9.00am: Miri: Balloting here got off to a smooth and sunny start with SUPP’s trio of Tan Sri Dr George Chan, Datuk Lee Kim Shin and Andy Chia casting their ballots to defend their respective seats of Piasau, Senadin and Pujut.

Dr Chan, who is SUPP president and deputy chief minister 1, cast his ballot at SMK St Columba at 8.10am, Lee at SK Agama Majlis Islam at 8.45am and Chia at SMK Dato Permaisuri at 8am.

Voters are steadily moving into polling stations throughout this oil capital of Sarawak after a night of massive ceramah Friday, the final day of campaign in this hotly contested region.

8.50am: Satok: Since several high ranking state Barisan officials will be voting here, the media turnout is sizeable, from television stations to news wires and online media.

PKR candidate Ahmad Nazib Johari arrives shortly to cast his vote.

8.40am: Satok: Barisan Nasional incumbent and PBB deputy president Datuk Amar Abang Johari Tun Openg arrives to cast his vote at Dewan SK Merpati Jepang.

8.25am: Mukah: Most early birds are older folks who came out early before the weather gets too hot. Weather this morning looks fair.

8.25am: Sibu: Penang Chief Minister and DAP secretary-general Lim Guan Eng is greeting voters at the gates of SJK(C)Chung Hua where Datuk Seri Wong Soon Koh will be casting his vote.

With Lim is DAP candidate for Bawang Assan Alice Lau.

8.15am: Satok: There may not be flags of political parties near polling centres but cars with flags, mostly that of the Barisan Nasional surrounds the perimeter of the centres.

The line of voters is starting to build at SK Merpati Jepang. Located within old Kuching, villagers are mingling and eating from roadside food stalls.

There seems to be an equal number of male and female voters.

8.15am: Kota Sentosa: Less than 20 voters are queueing to cast their votes now at SMK DPAG

8.10am: Satok: Voting begins in one of Sarawak's smallest seats. Weather is cool and the ground is still wet from an early morning rain.

8.00am: All 1,749 polling centres in Sarawak open for people to cast their votes

KUCHING: Polling for Sarawak’s 10th state election started at 8am Saturday.

The 979,796 registered voters in the state will choose from 213 candidates to fill the 71 seats of the State Legislative Assembly.

A total of 1,749 polling centres located in schools, community halls, longhouses and multi-purpose halls have been set up. They will remain opened until 5pm.

Postal voting for 18,363 voters had been carried out earlier.

The Election Commission said the first official result of the polls is expected to be announced by 8pm and the last by 11pm. Delays would occur in the event of heavy rain, storms or flooding.

The highest number of voters in this election is located in the Pending (N10) constituency which has 29,488 voters.

The smallest number of voters is in Rumah TK Pa’ Berang under the Ba’Kelalan seat with 20 people.

A total of 27 helicopters and two fixed-wing airplanes would be used to facilitate the election process.

Barisan Nasional is facing straight fights in 27 seats, three-cornered fights in 23, four-cornered in 17 and five-way contest in two, with two more facing six-cornered fight.

Opposing Barisan Nasional are PKR in 49 seats, DAP (15), PAS (5), SNAP (26), Parti Cinta Malaysia (6 ) and 41 independent candidates.

VOTE FOR BN





Friday, April 15, 2011

Violet Yong : Why should the Melanau only rule Sarawak?

Rais Criticizes Ucapan Rasis Violet Yong

MIRI, April 15 (Bernama) -- Information Communication and Culture Minister Datuk Seri Dr Rais Yatim Friday criticised the DAP candidate for Pending, Violet Yong, who was said to have delivered a speech with racial undertone while campaigning.
He said Malaysians should not raise racial sentiments even though they were desperate to gain votes from a particular race.
"We will have the impression that Violet is prejudiced and all sincere Malaysians in Sarawak should also do away with such prejudice for the sake of the Land of the Hornbills and for the sake of our future harmony," he told reporters after having lunch, here.
Violet's statement at a closed-door function was quoted by the blog 'mukapetang.blogspot' in Hokkien which was translated as "why should the Melanau only rule Sarawak?"
However, he was convinced that the Chinese community would not be easily influenced by the speech and would vote wisely in the 10th Sarawak state election Saturday.

tunku : dap always a racist party. on top they show they are not racist but under the roof they are the biggest racist.

Sarawak Churches Association Disappointed With Opposition Leaders

KUCHING, April 14 (Bernama) -- The Association of Churches Sarawak has expressed regret that DAP, PAS and PKR leaders held a press conference on the association's meeting with them Thursday concerning the Bahasa Malaysia bibles issue.
ACS secretary-general Ambrose Linang said the breakfast meeting was held behind closed doors after they agreed to the association's request not to hold a press conference regarding it.
"Our association received an invitation from Selangor state executive councillor Teresa Kok of PKR to have a breakfast meeting with the leaders of these opposition parties and agreed on condition that political issues would not be discussed as we are non-partisan.
"Shortly after the meeting we left. However, we were disappointed to learn that these leaders held a press conference later," he said when contacted by Bernama.
Ambrose said the association would study the statements made at the press conference, and if there were political elements, it would issue an official statement.
"We are open to discussions with any party just like we had with the prime minister yesterday. However, we expect people whom we meet to keep their word," he said.
The meeting was attended by Opposition leaders PKR president Datin Seri Dr Wan Azizah Wan Ismail, DAP secretary-general Lim Guan Eng, DAP Advisor Lim Kit Siang, PAS secretary-general Datuk Mustafa Ali, and PAS MP for Shah Alam Khalid Samad.
Opposition leader Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim skipped the meeting although he had been scheduled to attend it.

tunku : you can see very clearly the attitude of the pakatan compared to BN. after meeting with pm, pm did not gave any press conference about the meeting and what have been discussed with ACS but the pakatan used the meeting to their advantage in their election campaign.hope the christian in sarawak will not vote the party that had disappointed the ACS.

Anwar Asked About Sex Video By Longhouse Chief

KAPIT, April 14 (Bernama) -- Opposition leader Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim stopped his ceramah in Kapit in the interior of central Sarawak after a longhouse chief asked him about a sex video and his Omega watch, witnesses said Thursday.
Anwar, who had spoken for 20 minutes, left abruptly after longhouse chief Edison Bugap in Melekun asked him to explain his sodomy case, the video and the watch, according to a resident.
Anwar told the 120-strong crowd that they should be more worried about logging and seizure of their native customary rights land, the resident said.
The issue of the sex video allegedly featuring a man resembling Anwar has dogged his campaign trail in the Sarawak election.
On Sunday, Anwar ticked off a TV journalist who asked him about the watch.
Anwar has denied that the Omega allegedly found in a hotel room after a sex act caught on tape belonged to him.

tunku :check mate by a long house chief and anwar ran away....what a shame.