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The linkage cannot be denied from these recent pictures:

Latest pix of Bakun Dam's impoundment-water level has gone up

Rajang's water level has gone down-is it a fair exchange with the Bakun dam developer?

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Batu Sapi has a notorious record of possessing 91.5% of its voters without house no. There are quite  afew `house address’/`lokaliti’  with 1000 over voters registered-making it very difficult for anyone to check where a particular voter is actually located. It is also very good, under such circumstance, to hide some dubious voters in such an `address’. It could reflect bad municipal management-so the houses are not numbered, or the bad registration by EC-so the house no are not recorded, or that the housing in Batu Sapi are so bad that they cannot be numbered at all!

 

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http://sfd.sg/content/sfd-submits-report-electoral-reform-un-universal-periodic-review

SFD submits report on Electoral Reform to UN Universal Periodic Review
Posted on 29. Oct, 2010 in elections, Press Release, un, upr

29 October 2010
Singaporeans For Democracy

SFD submits report on Electoral Reform to UN Universal Periodic Review

Singaporeans For Democracy has submitted its report on electoral reform to the UN Universal Periodic Review today.

In its submission SFD stated that the root cause of human rights abuses in Singapore lie in the electoral system design that has returned the ruling People’s Action Party to power for nearly half a century. Hence, electoral reform is fundamental to ensure effective promotion and protection of human rights in Singapore.

The report made three main recommendations. They are:

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A new group of election watchers had emerged in Kelantan by the name `PEKA’-which stand for Pengundi Kelantan. I see a familiar name Syauqey there as a regular contributor-he has been a Mafrel member since the beginning. How he ended up starting a new group there while there is already a MAFREL branch there under Dr Halim is not known to be. Anyway the more the merrier! A lot more voters should get interested in watching our elections so that the erring politicians can’t get away with their ill-intentioned ways! Enjoy the web site here.  You can also follow them through facebook and twitter.

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The Batu Sapi by-election was decided to be held simultaneously with Galas-and the rush left marks which are visible from a preliminary analysis of the voters roll. A question: why must it be rushed?

1. Almost all non-postal voters’ address has no house no-as high as 91.55%.

2. 156 voters are above 100 years old ie born on or before 1910; Full list is available;

Evidences are below:

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Yong, Linda and Ansari nominated for Batu Sapi.

As expected the 3 candidates for Batu Sapi are Yong Teck Lee from SAPP, Ansari from PKR and Linda Tsen from PBS. On the face of it it is a contest of Chinese voters -making up 40% of total voters, among the BN and SAPP, on 1 hand and winning non-Malay voters (making up 60% of total) by PKR. But looking closer the situation is not so simple-as always! (more…)

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Sebuyau 7 released-celebrate in front of Simunjan police station!

Breaking News : Simunjan 7 NCR landowners freed!

Filed under: Human rights,logging — Hornbill Unleashed @ 11:21 AM 

By HU Editor

( Updated 15:30) All 7 Simunjan NCR landowners arrested and detained since last week for allegedly blockading logging activities and torching a timber camp linked to Roziah Mahmud, the sister of Sarawak Chief Minister Taib are released this morning (25 Oct) on police bail of RM 1000.00 each with one surety.

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