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Wednesday, May 26, 2010

REGISTER TO VOTE

Do your duty to your country. Register to vote.
Saturday 29 May, 2010
1Utama Shopping Mall
10:30am t0 10:30pm

Ground Floor, Promenade

27 comments:

Anonymous said...

Only our votes can make the change.

rocket boy said...

26.06.2010
DTime: 7pm
DAP Teluk Kemang Branch Dinner

DAP ADUN Lukut Service Centre, Bandar Dataran Segar, Lukut, N. Sembilan;

Speakers: Dr Chen Man Hin, Teresa Kok, Teng Chang Khim, Gobind Singh, Loke Siew Fook;

Enq: 012-360 0618 (Ken Hwa)

Anonymous said...

Malaysia ranks a lowly 102nd out of 152 countries in terms of its average download speed, according to analyses by leading internet speed testing website speedtest.net.

The tests showed that Malaysia’s average download speed was 1.88 Mbps as compared with 1.92 Mbps in Mozambique.

Kacau Kacau said...

Hi Pat,
I registered almost 2 months back thru a post office. They told me to check for my name from the online electorate roll within a month. But until now its not no where to be found. What can I do now? Re-register?

Marsha M said...

kacau, go to http://daftarj.spr.gov.my/daftarj/daftarbi.aspx check your name again. if still not there, register again.

Anonymous said...

Hello kacau kacau

You name itself may have scared SPRM!

gdub said...

Kacau kacau - like most things, they say it'll take only one month but it may be up to 6 months before the electoral roll gets updated. This was what happened to me. Sorry this isn't really helpful but you might just have to wait a few more months... Whatever happens don't lose your pink copy of the borang!

jltc said...

they got postal votes. how to fight?

Anonymous said...

For the benefits of all, the place is in 1Utama OLD WING, near Jaya Jusco

Anonymous said...

Postal votes could be shifted to any location to suit the need of bn at any time.

Jala said...

Malaysia has a government workforce of more than a million or 4% of population. Compare to Singapore and Australia who has less than 1% of the population. If we reduce to 2% of the population we would have save the subsidy of at least 10 billion ringgit of this gaji buta; majority of them do not careless civil servants who think they are the boss instead of doing their best to serve the taxpayers. A develop nation has less that 1% of government workforce so if malaysia want to join them by 2020. get rid of these gaji buta and save the country a minimum of 10 billion each year for a start!!

Jala said...

Malaysia has a government workforce of more than a million or 4% of population. Compare to Singapore and Australia who has less than 1% of the population. If we reduce to 2% of the population we would have save the subsidy of at least 10 billion ringgit of this gaji buta; majority of them do not careless civil servants who think they are the boss instead of doing their best to serve the taxpayers. A develop nation has less that 1% of government workforce so if malaysia want to join them by 2020. get rid of these gaji buta and save the country a minimum of 10 billion each year for a start!!

Jala said...

Malaysia has a government workforce of more than a million or 4% of population. Compare to Singapore and Australia who has less than 1% of the population. If we reduce to 2% of the population we would have save the subsidy of at least 10 billion ringgit of this gaji buta; majority of them do not careless civil servants who think they are the boss instead of doing their best to serve the taxpayers. A develop nation has less that 1% of government workforce so if malaysia want to join them by 2020. get rid of these gaji buta and save the country a minimum of 10 billion each year for a start!!

Kacau Kacau said...

haha... dun worry, my I/C name is not Kacau Kacau. It's a rather respectable name. (almost same as one big shot politician)

What is the pink borang??? The postal clerk didnt give me anything when I registered.

Anonymous said...

Chief Secretary to the Government Tan Sri Sidek Hassan said: "The GTP is only an engine, so are the 10th Malaysia Plan and the New Economic Model; we must see corresponding mindset and cultural change in our society"

Try explaining this to subsidy-hungry Perkasa and Ibrahim Ali.

Gary said...

Can anyone tell me is there is a way to register online? I have not registered. I know I am selfish and terrible... but I want convenience and free from any government employees.

If I were to go to 1Utama, what documents do I have to bring along to register? When it comes to anything that is related to government, I will avoid by all means. I don't want to keep shouting Niamah when I deal with them.

Cut subsidy for Corruption? said...

Idris warned that unless Malaysians bite the bullet and wean off subsidies to save the government RM103 billion in five years to reduce the nation’s deficit and huge debt, Malaysia could become another Greece and go bankrupt in nine years.

Although Idris said the government would focus on big ticket items such as fuel, electricity and toll to achieve the savings, he failed to focus on the biggest ticket items – corruption, mismanagement, extravagance and lack and accountability.

When corruption, mismanagement, extravagance and lack of accountability cost the government from RM10 billion to RM28 billion a year, what credibility has the government to talk about slashing subsidies affecting the rakyat when it has nothing to show to end the rampant and worsening state of corruption, the gross abuses of power and public funds like indiscriminate issue of APs and various forms of “piratisation” in the name of privatization?

Anonymous said...

Remember Vision 2020?
We were supposed to become a developed nation by 2020 but unfortunately one year before 2020, BN said we are already bankrupt!

Sue Yee said...

1Utama is so big! Anyone knows or can confirm where exactly is it? I'm trying to register today as soon as the shopping opens.

Anonymous said...

Cut subsidy and Perkasa will die first (after making noise defending).

Anonymous said...

RM1.7 billion cost overrun in Bakun. How much money has been paid to the first contractor, Ting Kek Phing's company? If this is not mismanagement, then what is?

Asking the rakyat to sacrifice and support the cutting of subsidies, and here they are throwing away the nation's money. How often do we read this type of news, but no one is sent to jail for misappropriation.

No wonder the culprits are getting more and more daring. BN, the rakyat will never support your proposal to cut subsidies. Stop corruption first, then you'll see how rich Malaysia can be.

Anonymous said...

@kacau kacau, supposedly they will provide you with pink copy of your registration after you're done...

If you guys missed the booth at 1utama, try again at Plaza Mont Kiara, details below:

29-30 May & 5-6 June (Sat-Sun; 2 weekends)
Venue: Plaza Mont Kiara (near McDonald's)
Time: 10am - 6pm

ktteokt said...

So, who is right? This dumb-dumb who claims that Malaysia will "muflis" by 2019 or our great Mamakthir's Wawasan 2020? These two theories seem to contradict each other! TDM must be very mad with this idiot's statement, spoiling his VISION!

Anonymous said...

How not to get bankrupt when we have such impeccable politicians in Bolehland below from Malaysian Unplug:-

1. A Chief Editor of a mainstream newspaper (Utusan Melayu) who had an affair with a young girl while his wife lay paralysed in bed
-Zainuddin Maidin (became Ministef of Information)

2. A Chief Minister who eloped to Thailand to secretly marry his second wife
– Muhammad Mohd Taib (then Chief Minister of Selangor).

3. A Federal Minister who was caught with a female artiste in a Port Dickson hotel room
– Najib Tun Razak (Defence Minister) and Ziana Zain.

4. A Federal Minister whose brother was arrested for drug trafficking
– Muhyiddin Yassin (who became Deputy Prime Minister)

5. A Federal Minister who had an affair with someone else’s wife that eventually resulted in a broken marriage
– Ruhaini Ahmad.

6. A Chief Minister who had an affair with someone else’s wife that eventually resulted in a broken marriage
– Muhammad Mohd Taib ( Chief Minister of Selangor)

7. A Chief Minister who had an affair with an under-aged girl
– Rahim Tambi Chik (then Melaka Chief Minister).

8. A Chief Minister who had an affair with a girl who eventually gave birth to an illegitimate child
– Shahidan Kassim (Perlis Chief Minister).

9. A Chief Minister who kept an under-aged mistress at a condominium in Kuala Lumpur
– Shahidan Kassim.

10. A religious leader who had an illicit affair and who is now holding a prominent position in a very important government religious body
– Ismail Ibrahim of the National Fatwah Council.

11. A Chief Minister who had an affair with his sister-in-law who gave birth to an illegitimate child
– Abu Hassan Omar (then Selangor Chief Minister).
Bear in mind, the above list is not exhaustible. I would say we have a much much bigger bunch who are similar if not worst than them running the country.
Really amazing!!!

Anonymous said...

For the last many years, the BN Govt has been handing big ang pows to the rich Malays who are given APs, and it has been said by the BN Govt that this practice will go on until 2013 0r even 2014!

Why can’t the Govt control the issue of APs to people who want to import cars? The govt can collect RM30,000 to RM40,000 on each important cars. Why must the BN Govt decides to pass the right to collect these payments to only a handful of rich Malays?

How many APs are issued to these rich Malays a year ? Like what Rafidah did when she was minister , in giving APs and shares to her relatives?

The Malaysian Economy has deteriorated so much for the last decade because of all these handouts to the UMNO cronies. Malaysia was ahead of Korea, Taiwan and Singapore, and look at it now, it is even behind countries like Thailand, Vietnam and others in Asia !

Anonymous said...

Excesses in BN's public expenditure such as :

* RM20 million on a Apco Worldwide, an international public affairs and media relations company, to boost the government's image overseas.

* The proposed purchase of 257 armoured personnel carriers (APC) for a total of RM8 billion.

* The contract awarded to Syarikat Visi Footwear Sdn Bhd for supply and delivery of leather shoes for women civil servants in the ministry originally priced at RM27.5 million and then later adjusted to 6.5million RM.

* The 6.5billion RM contract for food which was later corrected to 6.5million RM which you can also read HERE.

* The loss of more than RM 1.4 billion in Rawang-Ipoh double-tracking project. (CLICK HERE for the 2005/2006 Economic Report)


* The collapse of the roof of the RM300mil Sultan Mizan Zainal Abidin Stadium in Gong Badak .

* The collapse of ceiling panels at the Jalan Duta Court Complex

* The collapse of Perak State Parks Corporation Complex in Pulau Banding

* The construction of Kuala Lumpur Courts Complex at a final cost of RM290 million. Click HERE to read the detailed report.

* The loss of RM28 billion through excessive payments for contracts and procurements as announced in the Auditor-General's Report.

* The fact that RM2.37bil has been spent to finance the national service (NS) programme since it was introduced in 2004.

* The Port Klang Free Trade Zone RM12.5 billion loss.

* The RM70 million (originally priced at RM 490million) Brickendonbury Sports HPTC and establish an inquiry to ascertain who were responsible for the folly of wasting RM2 million in pursuing the project and who had really benefited.

* The Budget 2010 allocation of RM394 million to compensate toll concessionaires for not raising toll rates without remembering that the government had also paid RM180 million in 2009 and RM380 million in 2008 under the Works Ministry as similar compensation.

Minah Kardashian said...

With the way Umno is spending our tax dollars to pay for economist Norraesah Mohamad's (and those like her) education in Sorbonne and elsewhere, and the unaccounted corruption where billions of ringgit are siphoned off into some Umnoputra's pockets, we are definitely heading for a financial meltdown.

Norraesah is right to a point. The statement made by minister Idris Jala that 'Malaysia will go bankrupt by 2019' is not so much an economic statement but a political one. It is meant to 'shock and awe' the Malaysian public so that the government can remove the subsidies gradually without much outcry.

Both Norraesah and Idris Jala miss one important point: the rampant corruption we now have. Solve it and the country will be back on its feet.

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