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Saturday, May 1, 2010

Najib Razak committed election bribery - result null and void

EC chairman Aziz Yusof was quoted in the Sin Chew Press dated April 29 as having said: "The important criterion is that at the time of granting the allocation, whether the electorate were asked for their votes as trade off.

Najib Razak campaigned for the Barisan Nasional candidate in Rasa and approved RM3 million for rebuilding Rasa Chinese Primary School but with one big condition. Najib publicly declared: “If we win this by-election, you can come to Kuala Lumpur the next day to look for me. I will write a personal letter to approve the money and it will be transferred to the school board’s account. If we lose, don’t have to come.”

There you are Aziz Yusof, Najib's offer of 3 million is conditional on BN winning the election. Will you now declare the election result null and void and make Zaid Ibrahim the rightful winner instead. Plus charge Najib for bribery.

And MACC. Will you also throw the book at Najib for bribery? Najib has openly committed bribery under Section 10 of the Election Offences Act 1954, the punishment for which under Section 11 is maximum jail of 2 years and fine of RM5,000, in addition to being barred from elections for 5 years.

Source: MACC’s latest and greatest test – dare it investigate the Prime Minister whether he had violated Election Offences Act 1954 for RM3 million electoral bribery in Hulu Selangor by-election?

Zaid's gallant endeavour to salvage the electoral system


mohd ali ismail said...

If what was promised by Najib at the by-election campaign was an offense why was he not advised by his peers.

Patriot said...

Why should such clear straight forward stuff needs adviser? Lose - no money, win money comes. Clear cut bribery.