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Sabah O Sabah

anything at all, clean, dirty, good, bad ... the happenings, the people .. all about Sabah
I am not Osama or in anyway related to him. I am sharing my views, my thoughts, experiences and observations, couple with my comments, about Sabah, Land Below The Wind.

Sharing a piece of bitterness could well turn into something sweet if taken correctly and positively.


If you do not agree with me, you can always give your side of the story.

Sabah Political Reality
03.29.04 (9:49 pm)   [edit]
[b]Reclassified [/b]
Datuk Seri Panglima Lajim Hj Okin - Former Deputy Chief Minister
Datuk Dr Patawari Patawe - Sebatik State Assemblyman, Former Assistant Minister
Tan Sri Joseph Kurup - Former Minister, PBRS President
Datuk Rubin Balang - Former Minister
Datuk Wong Lien Tat - Former Asisstant Minister

[b]Reserved [/b]
Datuk Abdul Ghapur Hj Salleh - Kalabakan Member of Parliament, Former Deputy Chief Minister
Datuk Amirkahar Tun Datu Mustapha - Banggi State Assemblyman, Former Minister
Datuk Salleh Tun Said - Kota Belud Member of Parliament, Former Chief Minister

[b]Recycled [/b]
Syed Abas Syed Ali - Balung State Assemblyman

[b]Rejected [/b]
Datuk Wences Angang - Former Deputy Chief Minister
Datuk Dr Jeffry Kitinggan - Fomer Bingkor State Assemblyman
Datuk Lau Ngan Siew - Former Member of Parliament, LDP Deputy President
Datuk Seri Panglima Osu Hj Sukam - Former Chief Minister
Datuk Railey Jeffrey - Former Deputy Minister
Chua Soon Bui - Former Tawau Member of Parliament, SAPP Wanita Chief
Datuk Dr Charlie Chang Chau Lap - Former Senator, MCA Tawau Division Head,
Datuk Kong Hon Ming - Former Minister
Datuk Rizalman Abdullah - Former Parliamentary Secretary
Datuk Akhbar Khan - Former Member of Parliament
Datuk Clarence Bongkos Malakun - Former State Assemblyman
Datuk Abdul Malik Chua - Former State Assemblyman

[b]Retired [/b]
Datuk Abdul Manan Jakasa

[b]Re-??? [/b]
Datuk Yong Teck Lee, Former Chief Minister, SAPP President
Datuk Tham Nyip Shen, Former Deputy Chief Minister, SAPP Deputy President :twisted:

 
Tawau - The Step Child
03.28.04 (5:24 am)   [edit]
After the appointment of both state and national cabinets were completed Tawau once again being the biggest loser.

Tawau, the most important town in the east coast of Sabah covers both Tawau and Kalabakan parliamentaries with six state constituencies namely Sri Tanjung, Apas, Balung, Merotai, Tanjung Batu and Sebatik. All the seats were won by BN.

Tawau which is the third largest town in the state is also an important agriculture and aquaculture center. Oil Palm and Cocoa plantations made up most of the agriculture activities while boasted the most number of prawn farming. In addition to that Tawau is also the most important transit point between Sabah and East Kalimantan of Indonesia which brought about millions worth of Ringgit in barter trading.

With such an important role to play and its great contributions to the state's revenue, only one assistant minister was chosen from Tawau is rather unacceptable. Compared to other areas in Sabah which have their voices in the state cabinet and some in the national cabinet, Tawau has once again been left out from the main stream. It is no different from being treated as the step child of the state.

However, this situation has been expected. Tawau, including Kalabakan, has never had any real qualified, educated, dedicated, capable and outstanding leaders. The most it ever had was when Datuk Abdul Ghapur Salleh was made the Deputy Chief Minister. He however resigned siting personal problem before anything could be done to the people of Tawau. When his old friend Chong Kah Kiat was the Chief Minister he was once again invited into the state cabinet as Minister. The second opportunity too was wasted without much contributions.

There were also other assistant ministers from Tawau who were Datuk Michael Lim Yun Sang (Sri Tanjung), Datuk Dr Patawari Patawe (Merotai) and Datuk Abdul Manan Jakasa (Balung).

Datuk Michael Lim was dumped by the people of Tawau for being one of the biggest political frog who has betrayed his mentor Datuk Seri Pairin Kitingan of PBS. He not only made huge profits from the projects he lobbied but also cheated a large number of local businessmen. His debtors are still hunting for him now. He too was a disgrace for the people of Tawau.

Both Datuk Abdul Manan and Dr Patawari did not made any significant contributions to the people of Tawau before they were removed. Datuk Manan opted out during the last election while Dr Patawari was not re-appointed to his previous peosition.

It was widely understood that both Dr Patawari and Datuk Ghapur were not in good terms with Datuk Seri Musa. They were both excluded from the original list of BN candidates. However, due to last minute lobbying and political pressure, they were retained. In such a situation, there was no hope for any cabinet appointments for both of them.

Sri Tanjung state assemblyman Samson Chin Chee Tsu is PBS Vice President. He was also the DAP Member of Parliament of Tawau. He was never a choice for the people in Tawau if not because of his current associations with PBS, the BN component party. If he were to face a stronger contender during the last election, Samson would have lost. Samson is a NPM or non-performance-man.

The fact that DAP candidate Jack Cheah Nget Min or Ayam Chia managed to garner more than 3,000 votes is enough to prove that Samson did not meet the people's expectation. Should Ayam Chia had more resources he would have won handsomely.

The Member of Parliament Shim Paw Fatt is slightly better than Samson. He was lucky to win uncontested. His track of records too have not been good with little to shout about. That of course made him not qualified for any appointment.

The rest of the state assemblymen in Mohamad Kamil Kassim (Tanjung Batu), Liew Yun Fah (Merotai) and Syed Abas Syed Ali (Balung) were there due to some political connections with those in power. The too have nothing much to offer.

It is too late to regret since the people have made their choice.
Blame it on the party leaderships who are selfish and irresponsible in putting up the wrong candidates.
Blame it on the greedy candidates who use all their dirty resources to be YB.
Blame it too to the voters who have opted for 'immediate benefits' and went against their will to make the wrong guys win.
Blame it too to ourselves who have taken things for granted.

When we have bad drivers no one wants to offer them any car to drive. :roll:

 
Kabinet 2004 / Cabinet 2004
03.27.04 (2:29 am)   [edit]
PERDANA MENTERI
Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi

TIMBALAN PERDANA MENTERI
Datuk Seri Najib Tun Abdul Razak

JABATAN PERDANA MENTERI

Menteri:
1. Tan Sri Bernard Giluk Dompok
2. Datuk Seri Mohamad Nazri Abdul Aziz
3. Datuk Mustapa Mohamed
4. Datuk Seri Mohd Radzi Sheikh Ahmad
5. Prof. Datuk Dr Abdullah Md. Zin
6. Datuk Dr Maximus Johnity Ongkili

Timbalan Menteri:
1. Datuk M. Kayveas
2. Joseph Entulu ak Belaun
Setiausaha Parlimen:

1. Datuk Dr Masitah Ibrahim
2. Datuk Mohd Johari Baharum

KEMENTERIAN KEWANGAN

Menteri:
Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi

Menteri II:
Senator Tan Sri Nor Mohamed Yakcop

Timbalan Menteri:
1. Datuk Ng Yen Yen
2. Datuk Tengku Putera Tengku Awang

Setiausaha Parlimen:
Datuk Dr Hilmi Yahaya

KEMENTERIAN KESELAMATAN DALAM NEGERI

Menteri:
Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi

Timbalan Menteri:
1. Datuk Noh Omar
2. Chia Kwang Chye

Setiausaha Parlimen:
Datuk Wira Abu Seman Yusop

KEMENTERIAN HAL EHWAL DALAM NEGERI

Menteri:
Datuk Azmi Khalid

Timbalan Menteri:
Datuk Tan Chai Ho

Setiausaha Parlimen:
Datuk Abdul Rahman Ibrahim

KEMENTERIAN PERTAHANAN

Menteri:
Datuk Seri Najib Tun Abdul Razak

Timbalan Menteri:
Datuk Zainal Abidin Zin

KEMENTERIAN PERUMAHAN DAN KERAJAAN TEMPATAN

Menteri:
Datuk Seri Ong Ka Ting

Timbalan Menteri:
1. Datuk Azizah Mohd Dun
2. Robert Lau Hoi Chew

Setiausaha Parlimen:
Dr S. Subramaniam

KEMENTERIAN TENAGA, AIR DAN KOMUNIKASI

Menteri:
Datuk Seri Dr Lim Keng Yaik

Timbalan Menteri:
Datuk Shaziman Abu Mansor

KEMENTERIAN PENERANGAN

Menteri:
Datuk Paduka Abdul Kadir Sheikh Fadzir

Timbalan Menteri:
1. Datuk Zainuddin Maidin
2. Datuk Donald Lim Siang Chai

Setiausaha Parlimen:
Noriah Kasnon

KEMENTERIAN KERJA RAYA

Menteri:
Datuk Seri S. Samy Vellu

Timbalan Menteri:
Datuk Mohd Zain Mohamad

Setiausaha Parlimen:
Datuk Yong Khoon Seng

KEMENTERIAN SUMBER ASLI DAN ALAM SEKITAR

Menteri:
Datuk Seri Adenan Satem

Timbalan Menteri:
S. Sothinathan

Setiausaha Parlimen:
Sazmi Miah

KEMENTERIAN PERTANIAN DAN INDUSTRI ASAS TANI

Menteri:
Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin

Timbalan:
1. Datuk Seri Mohd Sharif Omar
2. Datuk Kerk Choo Ting

Setiausaha Parlimen:
Datuk Rohani Abdul Karim

KEMENTERIAN LUAR NEGERI

Menteri:
Datuk Seri Syed Hamid Syed Jaafar Albar

Timbalan Menteri:
Joseph Salang ak Gandum

Setiausaha Parlimen:
Datuk Zainal Abidin Osman

KEMENTERIAN PENGANGKUTAN

Menteri:
Datuk Seri Chan Kong Choy

Timbalan Menteri:
1. Datuk Seri Tengku Azlan Sultan Abu Bakar
2. Datuk Douglas Uggah Embas

KEMENTERIAN SUMBER MANUSIA

Menteri:
Datuk Wira Dr Fong Chan Onn

Timbalan Menteri:
Datuk Abdul Rahman Bakar

KEMENTERIAN SAINS, TEKNOLOGI DAN INOVASI

Menteri:
Datuk Dr Jamaluddin Jarjis

Timbalan Menteri:
Kong Cho Ha

Setiausaha Parlimen:
Prof Datuk Dr Mohd Ruddin Abdul Ghani

KEMENTERIAN KESENIAN, KEBUDAYAAN DAN WARISAN

Menteri:
Datuk Seri Dr Rais Yatim

Timbalan Menteri:
Datuk Wong Kam Hoong

KEMENTERIAN PEMBANGUNAN WANITA, KELUARGA DAN MASYARAKAT

Menteri:
Datuk Seri Shahrizat Abdul Jalil

Timbalan Menteri:
Datuk G. Palanivel

Setiausaha Parlimen:
Chew Mei Fun

KEMENTERIAN LUAR BANDAR DAN WILAYAH

Menteri:
Datuk Abdul Aziz Shamsuddin

Timbalan Menteri:
Datuk Dr Awang Adek Husin

Setiausaha Parlimen:
Datuk Dr Tiki Lafe

KEMENTERIAN PERDAGANGAN DALAM NEGERI DAN HAL EHWAL PENGGUNA

Menteri:
Datuk Shafie Apdal

Timbalan Menteri:
Datuk S. Veerasingam

Setiausaha Parlimen:
Hoo Seong Chang

KEMENTERIAN PERUSAHAAN PERLADANGAN DAN KOMODITI

Menteri:
Datuk Peter Chin Fah Kui

Timbalan Menteri:
Datuk Anifah Aman

Setiausaha Parlimen:
Ng Lip Yong

KEMENTERIAN BELIA DAN SUKAN

Menteri:
Datuk Azalina Othman Said

Timbalan Menteri:
Datuk Ong Tee Keat

Setiausaha Parlimen:
M. S. Vigneswaran

KEMENTERIAN KESIHATAN

Menteri:
Datuk Dr Chua Soi Lek

Timbalan Menteri:
Datuk Dr Abdul Latiff Ahmad

Setiausaha Parlimen:
Lee Kah Choon

KEMENTERIAN PELANCONGAN

Menteri:
Datuk Dr Leo Michael Toyad

Timbalan Menteri:
Datuk Ahmad Zahid Hamidi

KEMENTERIAN WILAYAH PERSEKUTUAN

Menteri:
Tan Sri Mohamad Isa Samad

Timbalan Menteri:
Datuk Zulhasnan Rafique

Setiausaha Parlimen:
Yew Teong Lock

KEMENTERIAN PEMBANGUNAN USAHAWAN DAN KOPERASI

Menteri:
Datuk Mohamed Khaled Nordin

Timbalan Menteri:
Datuk Khamsiyah Yeop

Setiausaha Parlimen:
Samsu Baharun Abdul Rahman

KEMENTERIAN PERDAGANGAN ANTARABANGSA DAN INDUSTRI

Menteri:
Datuk Seri Rafidah Aziz

Timbalan Menteri:
1. Datuk Ahmad Husni Mohamad Hanazlah
2. Mah Siew Keong

Setiausaha Parlimen:
Datin Paduka Dr Tan Yee Kew

KEMENTERIAN PELAJARAN

Menteri:
Datuk Hishammuddin Tun Hussein

Timbalan Menteri:
1. Datuk Hon Choon Kin
2. Datuk Mahadzir Mohd Khir

Setiausaha Parlimen:
P. Komala Devi

KEMENTERIAN PENGAJIAN TINGGI

Menteri
Datuk Dr Mohd Shafie Mohd Salleh

Timbalan Menteri:
Datuk Fu Ah Kiow

Setiausaha Parlimen
Datuk Dr Adham Baba


 
Sabah Cabinet 2004
03.27.04 (2:07 am)   [edit]
[b]In [/b]
Datuk Seri Musa Aman
Datuk Joseph Pairin Kitingan - PBS president
Datuk Chong Kah Kiat - LDP president
Datuk Yahya Hussein - Sabah Umno secretary
Dr Yee Moh Chai - PBS Deputy President
Datuk Ewon Ebin - UPKO supreme council member
Datuk Hajiji Noor - Sabah UMNOtreasurer
Datuk Masidi Manjun - Sabah UMNO deputy secretary

Datuk Raymond Tan - SAPP deputy president
Datuk Rahim Ismail - UMNO information chief
Datuk Nasir Sakaran - UMNO, Son of former TYT

[u]Assistant Ministers [/u]

Datuk Edward Khoo - Sabah MCA chairman
Datuk Radin Malleh - PBS secretary-general
Datuk Tawfiq Tintingan - UMNO, former youth chief
Edward Yong Oui Fah - PBS vice-president
Bobby Suan - UPKO
Jornah Mozihim - PBS
Melaine Chia - SAPP
Zainab Ahmad - UMNO

[b]Out [/b]
Datuk Lajim Okin - Former Deputy Chief Minister (UMNO)
Datuk Joseph Kurup - Former Minister of Youth & Sports (PBRS president)
Datuk Dr Patawari Patawe - Former Assistant Minister (UMNO)
Datuk Wong Lien Tat - Former Assistant Minister (LDP)

[b]Miss The Boat [/b]
Datuk Liew Yun Fah - LDP
Samson Chin Chee Tsu - PBS

[u][b]And the full list [/b][/u]

CHIEF MINISTER: Datuk Seri Musa Aman

Assistant Minister to the Chief Minister: Datu Nasrun Datu Mansur, Datuk Edward Khoo Keok Hai and Datuk Radin Malleh.

FINANCE MINISTER: Datuk Seri Musa Aman

Assistant Minister: Datuk Sapawi Ahmad

DEPUTY CHIEF MINISTER/RURAL DEVELOPMENT MINISTER: Datuk Joseph Pairin Kitingan

Assistant Minister: Datuk Tawfiq Abu Bakar Titingan

DEPUTY CHIEF MINISTER/TOURISM, CULTURE AND ENVIRONMENT MINISTER: Datuk Chong Kah Kiat

Assistant Minister: Datuk Karim Bujang

DEPUTY CHIEF MINISTER/COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT AND CONSUMER AFFAIRS MINISTER: Datuk Yahya Hussin

Assistant Minister: Jornah Mozihim

INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT MINISTER: Datuk Raymond Tan Shu Kiah

Assistant Minister: Datuk Aklee Abbas

MINISTER IN THE CHIEF MINISTER'S DEPARTMENT: Datuk Nasir Tun Sakaran

AGRICULTURE AND FOOD INDUSTRY MINISTER: Datuk Abdul Rahim Ismail

Assistant Minister: Japlin Akim and Bobbey Ahfang Suan

LOCAL GOVERNMENT AND HOUSING MINISTER: Datuk Hajiji Mohd Noor

Assistant Minister: Edward Yong Oui Fah

INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT MINISTER: Datuk Ewon Ebin

Assistant Minister: Jainab Datuk Ahmad

YOUTH AND SPORTS MINISTER: Datuk Masidi Manjun

Assistant Minister: Jahid Jahim

RESOURCE AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT MINISTER: Dr Yee Moh Chai

Assistant Minister: Melanie Chia Chui Ket

 
Walk The Talk YBs
03.25.04 (7:26 pm)   [edit]
Prime Minister Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi said the elections are over. Now is the time to walk the talk.

"The elections are over. As far as I am concerned, I have plenty of work to do and I am going to work hard to ensure the BN's promises are carried out"

So to all the elected representatives for both state assemblies and parliament, start working and fullfill the promises made. Stop all the accusations and lobbying for cabinet posts or other political appointments. Leave those to the leadershipS.


Be the
Yang Berani
Yang Berusaha
Yang Berkerja
Yang Bersuara
Yang Berkorban
Yang Berkhidmat
Yang Berperibadi
Yang Berkebolehan
Yang Bertanggungjawab.



And you will definitely a real YANG BERHORMAT.


 
SABAH 2004 GENERAL ELECTION RESULTS
03.24.04 (7:51 pm)   [edit]
KEPUTUSAN PILIHANRAYA UMUM SABAH 2004


[b][u]PARLIMEN/PARLIAMENT[/u][/b]

P168: KOTA MARUDU: 28,111
1. DATUK DR MAXIMUS ONGKILI (BN) 10,457
2. Anthony Mandiau (Bebas) 7,268
Majoriti/Majority: 3,189
Jumlah Mengundi/Votes Cast: 18,626
Peratus Mengundi/Percentage Voted: 66.26
Rosak/Spoilt Votes: 901
(1999: DATUK DR MAXIMUS ONGKILI: PBS: Maj: 1,684)
(TUKAR NAMA/RENAMED. DAHULU/PREVIOUSLY: BANDAU)

P169: KOTA BELUD: 41,065
1. James Baga @ Bagiah (Bebas) 8,956
2. DATUK SALLEH TUN SAID (BN) 19,185
3. Jaimin @ Jack Giau (Setia) 1,586
Majoriti/Majority: 10,229
Jumlah Mengundi/Votes Cast: 30,818
Peratus Mengundi/Percentage Voted: 75.73
Rosak/Spoilt Votes: 1,091
(1999: DATUK SALLEH TUN SAID: BN: Maj: 9,216)

P170: TUARAN: 39,338
1. WILDRED MADIUS TANGAU (BN) 17,722
2. Ansari Abdullah (Keadilan) 8,555
Majoriti/Majority: 9,167
Jumlah Mengundi/Votes Cast: 27,258
Peratus Mengundi/Percentage Voted: 69.29
Rosak/Spoilt Votes: 981
(1999: WILFRED MADIUS TANGAU: BN: Maj: 2,813)

P171: SEPANGGAR: 34,527
1. Datin Saidatul Badru Tun Said (Keadilan) 5,201
2. ERIC ENCHIN MAJIMBUN (BN) 16,426
Majoriti/Majority: 11,225
Jumlah Mengundi/Votes Cast: 21,627
Peratus Mengundi/Percentage Voted: 62.73
Rosak/Spoilt Votes: 0
(1999: DATUK YONG TECK LEE: BN: Maj: 4,117)
P'RAYA KECIL/BY-ELECTION 2002: LIEW TECK CHAN: BN: Maj: 11,923)
(TUKAR NAMA/RENAMED. DAHULU/PREVIOUSLY: GAYA)

P172: KOTA KINABALU: 43,121
1. Hiew King Cheu (DAP) 5,187
2. Christina Liew (Keadilan) 3,511
3. DR YEE MOH CHAI (BN) 16,047
Majoriti/Majority: 10,860
Jumlah Mengundi/Votes Cast: 25,039
Peratus Mengundi/Percentage Voted: 58.33
Rosak/Spoilt Votes: 294
(KAWASAN BARU/NEW CONSTITUENCY)

P173: PUTATAN: 34,123
1. DATUK DR MARCUS MOJIGOH (BN) 13,816
2. Awang Ahmad Sah (Keadilan) 5,984
Majoriti/Majority: 7,832
Jumlah Mengundi/Votes Cast: 20,525
Peratus Mengundi/Percentage Voted: 62.28
Rosak/Spoilt Votes: 725
(1999: DR YEE MOH CHAI: PBS: Maj: 545)
(TUKAR NAMA/RENAMED. DAHULU/PREVIOUSLY: TANJUNG ARU)

P174: PENAMPANG: 32,832
1. DONALD MOJUNTIN (BN) 16,032
2. Jomilon Mojuntin @ Conrad (DAP) 3,325
3. Blaise Mosidin (Keadilan) 927
4. Joseph Sulaiman (Bebas) 960
Majoriti/Majority: 12,707
Jumlah Mengundi/Votes Cast: 21,680
Peratus Mengundi/Percentage Voted: 66.03
Rosak/Spoilt Votes: 436
(1999: PHILIP LASIMBANG: BN: Maj: 3,320)

P176: KIMANIS: 21,576
1. DATUK ANIFAH AMAN (BN) 9,655
2. Awang Tengah Ag Amin (Keadilan) 4,547
Majoriti/Majority: 5,108
Jumlah Mengundi/Votes Cast: 14,702
Peratus Mengundi/Percentage Voted: 71
Rosak/Spoilt Votes: 500
(KAWASAN BARU/NEW CONSTITUENCY)

P179: RANAU: 27,986
1. TAN SRI BERNARD DOMPOK (BN) 7,547
2. Ruhimin Adzim (Bebas) 6,160
3. Karim Adam (Bebas) 3,310
4. Japiril Suhaimin (Bebas) 1,609
Majoriti/Majority: 1,387
Jumlah Mengundi/Votes Cast: 19,401
Peratus Mengundi/Percentage Voted: 70.57
Rosak/Spoilt Votes: 775
(1999: TAN SRI BERNARD DOMPOK: BN: Maj: 5,423)
(TUKAR NAMA/RENAMED. DAHULU/PREVIOUSLY: KINABALU)

P181: TENOM: 20,417
1. RAIMI UNGGI (BN) 8,032
2. Datuk Limun Laikim (Bebas) 5,628
Majoriti/Majority: 2,404
Jumlah Mengundi/Votes Cast: 14,056
Peratus Mengundi/Percentage Voted: 68.88
Rosak/Spoilt Votes: 396
(1999: DATUK RIZALMAN ABDULLAH: BN: Maj: 3,642)

P182: PENSIANGAN: 18,075
1. BERNARD S. MARAAT (BN) 5,880
2. Razali Suffian Koroh (Setia) 557
3. Matin Tomy @ Tommy (Bebas) 5,272
Majoriti/Majority: 608
Jumlah Mengundi/Votes Cast: 12,271
Peratus Mengundi/Percentage Voted: 67.9
Rosak/Spoilt Votes: 562
(KAWASAN BARU/NEW CONSTITUENCY)

P184: LIBARAN: 26,888
1. Rajmunni Sabu (Keadilan) 2,471
2. DATUK JUSLIE AJIROL (BN) 13,140
Majoriti/Majority: 10,669
Jumlah Mengundi/Votes Cast: 16,415
Peratus Mengundi/Percentage Voted: 61.31
Rosak/Spoilt Votes: 804
(1999: JUSLIE AJIROL: BN: Maj: 6,311)

P186: SANDAKAN: 33,208
1. CHONG HON MIN (BEBAS) 9,538
2. Datuk Lau Ngan Siew (BN) 8,208
3. Liew Teck Khen @ Liaw Tech King (Pasok) 543
Majoriti/Majority: 1,330
Jumlah Mengundi/Votes Cast: 18,674
Peratus Mengundi/Percentage Voted: 56.61
Rosak/Spoilt Votes: 385
(1999: DATUK LAU NGAN SIEW: BN: Maj: 4,368)

P188: SILAM: 40,362
1. SAMSU BAHARUN ABDUL RAHMAN (BN) 16,613
2. Samsuri Baharuddin (Keadilan) 5,865
Majoriti/Majority: 10,748
Jumlah Mengundi/Votes Cast: 23,995
Peratus Mengundi/Percentage Voted: 59.81
Rosak/Spoilt Votes: 1,517
(1999: DATUK RAILEY JEFFREY: BN: Maj: 6,519)

P189: SEMPORNA: 33,772
1. Noraidah Abdul Salleh (Bebas) 764
2. Mohd Abdul Wahab Pg Abdullah (Keadilan) 676
3. Madjalis Lais (Bebas) 1,704
4. Aldani Landi (Bebas) 1,162
5. DATUK SHAFIE APDAL (BN) 13,970
Majoriti/Majority: 12,266
Jumlah Mengundi/Votes Cast: 19,046
Peratus Mengundi/Percentage Voted: 56.51
Rosak/Spoilt Votes: 770
(1999: DATUK SHAFIE APDAL: BN: Maj: 13,325)

Menang tanpa bertanding:
1. BEAUFORT (BN)
2. SIPITANG (BN)
3. TAWAU (BN)
4. PAPAR (BN)
5. KINABATANGAN (BN)
6. BELURAN (BN)
7. KALABAKAN (BN)
8. BATU SAPI (BN)
9. KENINGAU (BN)


[u][b]DEWAN UNDANGAN NEGERI/STATE ASSEMBLY[/b][/u]

N01: BANGGI: 7,815
1. Mursalim Tanjul (Bebas) 1,980
2. Muslimin Arip (Keadilan) 207
3. DATUK AMIR KAHAR TUN MUSTAPHA (BN) 2,372
Majoriti/Majority: 392
Jumlah Mengundi/Votes Cast: 4,764
Peratus Mengundi/Percentage Voted: 61.07
Rosak/Spoilt Votes: 205
(1999: DATUK AMIR KAHAR TUN MUSTAPHA: BN: Maj: 1,014)

N02: TANJONG KAPOR: 18,652
1. Bensali Ebrahim (Pasok) 44
2. Santong Angkap (Bersekutu) 52
3. Datuk Kong Hong Ming @ Kong Fo Min (Bebas) 1,877
4. DATUK CHONG KAH KIAT (BN) 6,234
5. Alexandra @ Alexander Anthony (Keadilan) 50
6. Omar Mohd Aji (Bebas) 3,241
7. Datuk Wong Phin Chung (Bebas) 1,035
Majoriti/Majority: 2,993
Jumlah Mengundi/Votes Cast: 12,865
Peratus Mengundi/Percentage Voted: 69.39
Rosak/Spoilt Votes: 332
(1999: DATUK CHONG KAH KIAT: BN: Maj: 1,488)
(TUKAR NAMA/RENAMED. DAHULU/PREVIOUSLY: KUDAT)

N04: MATUNGGONG: 13,594
1. JORNAH MOZIHIM (BN) 4,675
2. Berman Angkap (Bersekutu) 260
3. James Rubinsin Kotulai (Bebas) 3,401
4. Jauning @ Tommy Malukis (Pasok) 217
Majoriti/Majority: 1,274
Jumlah Mengundi/Votes Cast: 8,800
Peratus Mengundi/Percentage Voted: 64.73
Rosak/Spoilt Votes: 247
(1999: ATONG MANGABIS: PBS: Maj: 5,131)

N05: TANDEK: 14,517
1. Ustaz Abd Kahar Abd Rahman (Keadilan) 592
2. Datuk George Sangkin (Bebas) 2,356
3. DATUK DR MAXIMUS ONGKILI (BN) 5,069
4. Ungas Bodok (Bebas) 685
5. Anthony Mandiau (Bebas) 692
Majoriti/Majority: 2,713
Jumlah Mengundi/Votes Cast: 9,840
Peratus Mengundi/Percentage Voted: 67.78
Rosak/Spoilt Votes: 446
(1999: DATUK DR MAXIMUS ONGKILI: PBS: Maj: 1,259)

N06: TEMPASUK: 13,968
1. Bandira Sialang @ Bandira Datu Alang (Pas) 426
2. Razak Rakunman (Bebas) 296
3. TAN SRI PANDIKAR AMIN MULIA (BN) 6,044
4. Josli Padis (Bersekutu) 916
5. Digong Abdul Rashid (Bebas) 2,604
Majoriti/Majority: 3,440
Jumlah Mengundi/Votes Cast: 10,592
Peratus Mengundi/Percentage Voted: 76.25
Rosak/Spoilt Votes: 306
(1999: MUSBAH JAMLI: BN: Maj: 735)

N07: KADAMAIAN: 12,206
1. Daibi Mandadi (Bebas) 1,652
2. Johnny Lyon @ Gilong (Bebas) 256
3. Sabagang @ Hendry Rumpit (Setia) 171
4. Datuk Maidom Pansai (Bebas) 1,844
5. HERBERT TIMBON LAGADAN (BN) 5,019
Majoriti/Majority: 3,175
Jumlah Mengundi/Votes Cast: 9,181
Peratus Mengundi/Percentage Voted: 75.22
Rosak/Spoilt Votes: 239
(1999: HERBERT TIMBON LAGADAN: PBS: Maj: 3,858)

N08: USUKAN: 14,891
1. Saijan Samit (Bebas) 4,215
2. Norbin Aloh (Pas) 413
3. Ibrahim Linggam (Bersekutu) 122
4. JAPLIN AKIM @ ABD HAMID (BN) 5,950
Majoriti/Majority: 1,735
Jumlah Mengundi/Votes Cast: 11,007
Peratus Mengundi/Percentage Voted: 73.99
Rosak/Spoilt Votes: 307
(1999: DATUK SALLEH TUN SAID: BN: Maj: 3,624)

N09: TAMPARULI: 14,712
1. JAHID JAHIM (BN) 6,775
2. Hannis Gibung (Bebas) 1,017
3. Rosnah @ Rose Onek (Keadilan) 854
4. Fabian Anuar Mail (Bebas) 515
5. Edwin Siagian (Bersekutu) 478
Majoriti/Majority: 5,758
Jumlah Mengundi/Votes Cast: 9,868
Peratus Mengundi/Percentage Voted: 67
Rosak/Spoilt Votes: 229
(1999: EDWARD LINGGU: PBS: Maj: 2,186)

N10: SULAMAN: 15,165
1. Ansari Abdullah (Keadilan) 3,583
2. DATUK HAJIJI NOOR (BN) 7,065
Majoriti/Majority: 3,482
Jumlah Mengundi/Votes Cast: 10,997
Peratus Mengundi/Percentage Voted: 72.5
Rosak/Spoilt Votes: 349
(1999: DATUK HAJIJI NOOR: BN: Maj: 3,444)

N11: KIULU: 9,461
1. DATUK LOUIS RAMPAS (BN) 3,712
2. Gaibin Ransoi (Pasok) 978
3. Joisin Romut (Bebas) 1,433
Majoriti/Majority: 2,279
Jumlah Mengundi/Votes Cast: 6,309
Peratus Mengundi/Percentage Voted: 66.7
Rosak/Spoilt Votes: 186
(1999: DATUK LOUIS RAMPAS: PBS: Maj: 3,385)

N12: KARAMBUNAI: 16,757
1. JAINAB DATUK AHMAD (BN) 6,360
2. Datin Saidatul Badru Tun Said (Keadilan) 3,834
Majoriti/Majority: 2,526
Jumlah Mengundi/Votes Cast: 10,495
Peratus Mengundi/Percentage Voted: 62.64
Rosak/Spoilt Votes: 301
(KAWASAN BARU/NEW CONSTITUENCY)

N13: INANAM: 17,770
1. JOHNNY GOH (BN) 6,382
2. Hiew King Cheu (DAP) 2,681
3. Lee Yun Fen (Bersekutu) 198
4. Rejolin John (Pasok) 171
5. James Lee @ Lee Kuan Hoh (Bebas) 1,813
Majoriti/Majority: 3,701
Jumlah Mengundi/Votes Cast: 11,510
Peratus Mengundi/Percentage Voted: 65
Rosak/Spoilt Votes: 265
(1999: JOHNNY GOH: PBS: Maj: 4,708)

N14: LIKAS: 15,182
1. Kong Yu Kiong (Keadilan) 2,019
2. LIEW TECK CHAN (BN) 5,395
Majoriti/Majority: 3,376
Jumlah Mengundi/Votes Cast: 7,536
Peratus Mengundi/Percentage Voted: 49.77
Rosak/Spoilt Votes: 122
(1999: DATUK YONG TECK LEE: BN: Maj: 4,962)

N15: API-API: 11,369
1. DR YEE MOH CHAI (BN) 4,640
2. Fung Kong Win (DAP) 1,707
Majoriti/Majority: 2,933
Jumlah Mengundi/Votes Cast: 6,417
Peratus Mengundi/Percentage Voted: 56.44
Rosak/Spoilt Votes: 70
(1999: DR YEE MOH CHAI: PBS: Maj: 3,183)

N16: LUYANG: 16,570
1. MELANIE CHIA CHUI KET (BN) 5,912
2. Christina Liew (Keadilan) 3,764
Majoriti/Majority: 2,148
Jumlah Mengundi/Votes Cast: 9,815
Peratus Mengundi/Percentage Voted: 59.42
Rosak/Spoilt Votes: 139
(KAWASAN BARU/NEW CONSTITUENCY)

N17: TANJONG ARU: 19,152
1. EDWARD YONG OUI FAH (BN) 6,904
2. Foo Ah Onong @ Onong Otong (Pasok) 118
3. Chong Yaw Fah @ Stephen (DAP) 1,440
4. Awang Ahmad Sah (Keadilan) 1,995
Majoriti/Majority: 4,909
Jumlah Mengundi/Votes Cast: 10,712
Peratus Mengundi/Percentage Voted: 59.05
Rosak/Spoilt Votes: 255
(1999: YONG OUI FAH: PBS: Maj: 303)
(TUKAR NAMA/RENAMED. DAHULU/PREVIOUSLY: SEMBULAN)

N18: PETAGAS: 14,971
1. DATUK YAHYA HUSSIN (BN) 6,808
2. Salleh Tiasi (Bersekutu) 2,587
Majoriti/Majority: 4,221
Jumlah Mengundi/Votes Cast: 9,574
Peratus Mengundi/Percentage Voted: 68.23
Rosak/Spoilt Votes: 179
(1999: DATUK YAHYA HUSSIN: BN: Maj: 3,787)

N19: KAPAYAN: 18,393
1. Liaw Chin Sin (Keadilan) 482
2. Stephen J. Jimbangan (Bebas) 494
3. Yunof Maringking (Bebas) 2,279
4. Edmund Jivol Doudilim (Bebas) 1,201
5. Edmundo Apines (Bersekutu) 87
6. Kok Thau Lin (DAP) 1,391
7. DATUK EDWARD KHOO KEOK HAI (BN) 5,472
8. Yee Chee Ming @ Tommy (Pasok) 88
Majoriti/Majority: 3,193
Jumlah Mengundi/Votes Cast: 11,768
Peratus Mengundi/Percentage Voted: 64
Rosak/Spoilt Votes: 274
(KAWASAN BARU/NEW CONSTITUENCY)

N20: MOYOG: 14,439
1. Elsie Cleftus Mojingol (Pasok) 202
2. Moris @ Francis Miji (Bebas) 3,124
3. Jomilon @ Conrad Mojuntin (DAP) 760
4. PHILIP LASIMBANG (BN) 5,692
Majoriti/Majority: 2,564
Jumlah Mengundi/Votes Cast: 9,957
Peratus Mengundi/Percentage Voted: 69
Rosak/Spoilt Votes: 179
(1999: DATUK CLARENCE BONGKOS MALAKUN: PBS: Maj: 4,388)

N21: KAWANG: 14,624
1. GULAM HAIDAR KHAN BAHADAR (BN) 8,213
2. Maiji Jaigul (Pasok) 1,934
Majoriti/Majority: 6,279
Jumlah Mengundi/Votes Cast: 10,289
Peratus Mengundi/Percentage Voted: 70.4
Rosak/Spoilt Votes: 142
(1999: DATUK OSU SUKAM: BN: Maj: 2,213)

N23: BONGAWAN: 12,113
1. DATUK KARIM BUJANG (BN) 4,444
2. Md Haris Md Tahir (Bebas) 3,639
Majoriti/Majority: 805
Jumlah Mengundi/Votes Cast: 8,274
Peratus Mengundi/Percentage Voted: 70
Rosak/Spoilt Votes: 191
(1999: DATUK KARIM BUJANG: BN: Maj: 2,291)

N24: MEMBAKUT: 9,463
1. MOHD ARIFIN MOHD ARIF (BN) 4,003
2. Awang Tengah Ag Amin (Keadilan) 2,260
Majoriti/Majority: 1,743
Jumlah Mengundi/Votes Cast: 6,412
Peratus Mengundi/Percentage Voted: 68
Rosak/Spoilt Votes: 149
(KAWASAN BARU/NEW CONSTITUENCY)

N26: KUALA PENYU: 12,562
1. Datuk Wences Angang (BN) 3,139
2. Guan Dee Koh Hoi (Setia) 308
3. DATUK JOHN GHANI (BEBAS) 5,157
4. Saman Ahmad (Bebas) 633
Majoriti/Majority: 2,018
Jumlah Mengundi/Votes Cast: 9,338
Peratus Mengundi/Percentage Voted: 74.34
Rosak/Spoilt Votes: 101
(1999: DATUK WENCES ANGANG: BN: Maj: 884)

N27: LUMADAN: 10,883
1. Dogit Muda (Setia) 3,270
2. DATUK SURINAM SADIKUN (BN) 4,269
Majoriti/Majority: 999
Jumlah Mengundi/Votes Cast: 7,676
Peratus Mengundi/Percentage Voted: 70.53
Rosak/Spoilt Votes: 137
(1999: DATUK SARINUM SADIKUN: BN: Maj: 2,362)

N28: SINDUMIN: 12,659
1. DATUK SAPAWI AHMAD (BN) 5,073
2. Sumayung Using (Bersekutu) 150
3. Ramle Dua (Bebas) 3,405
Majoriti/Majority: 1,668
Jumlah Mengundi/Votes Cast: 8,693
Peratus Mengundi/Percentage Voted: 68.75
Rosak/Spoilt Votes: 65
(1999: DATUK SAPAWI AHMAD: BN: Maj: 1,682)

N29: KUNDASANG: 8,683
1. Asidin Teilok (Keadilan) 448
2. DR JOACHIM GUNSALAM (BN) 3,091
3. Kaibi Laiman (Setia) 1,094
4. Arimin Moidi (Bebas) 1,075
Majoriti/Majority: 1,997
Jumlah Mengundi/Votes Cast: 5,391
Peratus Mengundi/Percentage Voted: 68.31
Rosak/Spoilt Votes: 223
(1999: KARIM ADAM: PBS: Maj: 99)

N30: KARANAAN: 10,664
1. DATUK MASIDI MANJUN (BN) 6,519
2. Mohd Mian Mohd Ali (Bebas) 413
3. Sutian @ Phoulus Kendilong (Setia) 254
Majoriti/Majority: 6,106
Jumlah Mengundi/Votes Cast: 7,332
Peratus Mengundi/Percentage Voted: 68.13
Rosak/Spoilt Votes: 146
(1999: DATUK SIRINGAN GUBAT: BN: Maj: 1,227)
(TUKAR NAMA/RENAMED. DAHULU/PREVIOUSLY: RANAU)

N31: PAGINATAN: 8,639
1. Ramdi Indang (Bebas) 937
2. Janimin Saliun (Bebas) 1,673
3. Nayun Godumi (Bebas) 69
4. Hendry Wan Kauting @ Wen (Setia) 76
5. DATUK EWON EBIN (BN) 3,224
Majoriti/Majority: 1,551
Jumlah Mengundi/Votes Cast: 6,147
Peratus Mengundi/Percentage Voted: 71
Rosak/Spoilt Votes: 168
(KAWASAN BARU/NEW CONSTITUENCY)

N32: TAMBUNAN: 10,506
1. DATUK JOSEPH PAIRIN KITINGAN (BN) 5,297
2. Nestor Joannes (Bebas) 2,017
Majoriti/Majority: 3,280
Jumlah Mengundi/Votes Cast: 7,395
Peratus Mengundi/Percentage Voted: 70.48
Rosak/Spoilt Votes: 81
(1999: DATUK JOSEPH PAIRIN KITINGAN: PBS: Maj: 4,675)

N33: BINGKOR: 13,543
1. Ribus Tingadon (Bebas) 1,551
2. Peter Alliun (Bebas) 1,283
3. JUSTIN GUKA (BN) 5,353
4. Rayner Francis Udong (Pasok) 147
5. Shuhaiddin Langkab (Setia) 314
Majoriti/Majority: 3,802
Jumlah Mengundi/Votes Cast: 8,696
Peratus Mengundi/Percentage Voted: 64.64
Rosak/Spoilt Votes: 48
(1999: DATUK DR JEFFREY KITINGAN: PBS: Maj: 3,468)

N34: LIAWAN: 10,461
1. Paul Kadau (Bebas) 476
2. DATUK SAIRIN KARNO (BN) 4,709
3. Datuk Lawrence Gimbang (Bebas) 1,405
Majoriti/Majority: 3,304
Jumlah Mengundi/Votes Cast: 6,657
Peratus Mengundi/Percentage Voted: 63.67
Rosak/Spoilt Votes: 67
(KAWASAN BARU/NEW CONSTITUENCY)

N36: KEMABONG: 10,399
1. DATUK RUBIN BALANG (BN) 4,027
2. Datuk Limun Laikim (Bebas) 1,471
3. Peter @ Philip Lunuk (Bebas) 1,364
4. Mutang @ Sylvester Dawat (Bebas) 446
5. Sim N.C. Rikin (Bebas) 35
Majoriti/Majority: 2,556
Jumlah Mengundi/Votes Cast: 7,665
Peratus Mengundi/Percentage Voted: 73.71
Rosak/Spoilt Votes: 322
(1999: DATUK RUBIN BALANG: BN: Maj: 836)

N37: SOOK: 11,332
1. Yapilin Nawawi (Bebas) 252
2. TAN SRI JOSEPH KURUP (BN) 3,973
3. Datuk Dr Jeffrey Kitingan (Bebas) 3,578
Majoriti/Majority: 395
Jumlah Mengundi/Votes Cast: 7,984
Peratus Mengundi/Percentage Voted: 70.45
Rosak/Spoilt Votes: 181
(KAWASAN BARU/NEW CONSTITUENCY)

N38: NABAWAN: 6,743
1. Gabriel Uwing Agunsong (Bebas) 857
2. BOBBY SUAN (BN) 3,478
Majoriti/Majority: 2,621
Jumlah Mengundi/Votes Cast: 4,479
Peratus Mengundi/Percentage Voted: 66.42
Rosak/Spoilt Votes: 144
(1999: ULIN PAMIANG: PBS: Maj: 1,279)
(TUKAR NAMA/RENAMED. DAHULU/PREVIOUSLY: PENSIANGAN)

N41: GUM-GUM: 9,186
1. Zaharah Tan (Keadilan) 1,181
2. ZAKARIA MOHD EDRIS (BN) 3,679
Majoriti/Majority: 2,498
Jumlah Mengundi/Votes Cast: 5,069
Peratus Mengundi/Percentage Voted: 55.26
Rosak/Spoilt Votes: 209
(KAWASAN BARU/NEW CONSTITUENCY)

N42: SUNGAI SIBUGA: 17,702
1. DATUK SERI MUSA AMAN (BN) 8,668
2. Lue Sue Seng (Bebas) 1,998
3. Abdul Gani Kosui (Pas) 415
Majoriti/Majority: 6,670
Jumlah Mengundi/Votes Cast: 11,351
Peratus Mengundi/Percentage Voted: 64.51
Rosak/Spoilt Votes: 270
(1999: DATUK SERI MUSA AMAN: BN: Maj: 4,034)

N44: KARAMUNTING: 15,566
1. DATUK WONG LIEN TAT (BN) 4,843
2. Sak Cheong Yu (Bebas) 3,264
3. Chin Yui Keong (Keadilan) 402
Majoriti/Majority: 1,579
Jumlah Mengundi/Votes Cast: 8,695
Peratus Mengundi/Percentage Voted: 56
Rosak/Spoilt Votes: 186
(1999: DATUK WONG LIEN TAT: BN: Maj: 1,797)

N45: ELOPURA: 18,036
1. Mohd Amran Saidin (Bebas) 828
2. Liew Teck Khen @ Liaw Teck King (Pasok) 1,117
3. AU KAM WAH (BN) 8,095
Majoriti/Majority: 6,978
Jumlah Mengundi/Votes Cast: 10,330
Peratus Mengundi/Percentage Voted: 57.56
Rosak/Spoilt Votes: 290
(1999: DATUK THAM NYIP SHEN: BN: Maj: 1,930)

N47: KUAMUT: 10,897
1. Ali Latip Taha (Bebas) 1,687
2. Abdullah Abdul Sani @ Boong (Bebas) 814
3. Abu Bakar Ellah (Bebas) 322
4. Damsah Kalbin (Pasok) 49
5. JOHNNY INTANG (BN) 3,897
Majoriti/Majority: 2,210
Jumlah Mengundi/Votes Cast: 6,905
Peratus Mengundi/Percentage Voted: 63.79
Rosak/Spoilt Votes: 136
(1999: ABDUL MALEK CHUA: PBS: Maj: 509)

N48: SUKAU: 8,544
1. DATUK AKLEE ABBAS (BN) 3,678
2. Awang @ Pg Roslan Pg Mansah (Pas) 1,028
Majoriti/Majority: 2,650
Jumlah Mengundi/Votes Cast: 4,798
Peratus Mengundi/Percentage Voted: 56.15
Rosak/Spoilt Votes: 92
(1999: DATUK AKLEE ABBAS: BN: Maj: 2,489)

N49: TUNGKU: 11,327
1. MOHD SUHAILI SAID (BN) 5,290
2. Hassan Malempeng (Bebas) 1,084
3. Norsiah Abd Hamid (Setia) 249
Majoriti/Majority: 4,206
Jumlah Mengundi/Votes Cast: 6,835
Peratus Mengundi/Percentage Voted: 60.62
Rosak/Spoilt Votes: 212
(KAWASAN BARU/NEW CONSTITUENCY)

N50: LAHAD DATU: 19,437
1. DATU NASRON DATU MANSUR (BN) 6,737
2. Tamsun Hamimun (Bebas) 281
3. Charlie @ Sharlie Jani (Keadilan) 897
4. Patawi Wadijo (Bebas) 306
5. Johani Abdul Halim (Bebas) 1,665
6. Datu Abd Razak Datu Aliuddin (Bebas) 690
Majoriti/Majority: 5,072
Jumlah Mengundi/Votes Cast: 11,118
Peratus Mengundi/Percentage Voted: 57.87
Rosak/Spoilt Votes: 542
(1999: SAMSU BAHARUN ABDUL RAHMAN: BN: Maj: 1,234)


N51: KUNAK: 9,598
1. DATUK JASA RAUDDAH (BN) 3,344
2. Rajib Salim @ Arif (Bebas) 1,421
3. Citra Masadi (Keadilan) 212
4. Sahing Taking (Setia) 823
Majoriti/Majority: 1,923
Jumlah Mengundi/Votes Cast: 6,022
Peratus Mengundi/Percentage Voted: 62.79
Rosak/Spoilt Votes: 222
(1999: JASA RAUDDAH: BN: Maj: 2,493)

N52: SULABAYAN: 11,192
1. Ali Mardan Indanan (Bebas) 846
2. Juhaili Abdul Wahab (Keadilan) 123
3. Madjalis Lais (Bebas) 1,369
4. MOHD LAN ALLANI (BN) 3,706
5. Dualali Asdurin (Bebas) 161
6. Marinsa @ Marinshah Abu Hamid (Bebas) 534
Majoriti/Majority: 2,337
Jumlah Mengundi/Votes Cast: 6,987
Peratus Mengundi/Percentage Voted: 62.5
Rosak/Spoilt Votes: 248
(1999: DATUK MOHD LAN ALLANI: BN: Maj: 962)

N53: SENALLANG: 12,041
1. DATUK NASIR TUN SAKARAN (BN) 5,361
2. Mohd Abdul Wahab Pg Abdullah (Keadilan) 381
3. Yapp Yuk Tong @ Joseph (Bebas) 264
4. Abdul Mim @ Abdul Aziz Taib (Bebas) 452
5. Maharani Ali Hani (Bebas) 742
Majoriti/Majority: 4,619
Jumlah Mengundi/Votes Cast: 7,480
Peratus Mengundi/Percentage Voted: 63
Rosak/Spoilt Votes: 280
(1999: DATUK NASIR TUN SAKARAN: BN: Maj: 1,558)

N54: BUGAYA: 10,539
1. BASALIE ABDUL HAMID (BN) 3,857
2. Abdullah Sani Abd Salleh (Bebas) 351
3. Abdul Hussin Kiamsin (Bebas) 1,861
Majoriti/Majority: 1,996
Jumlah Mengundi/Votes Cast: 6,318
Peratus Mengundi/Percentage Voted: 60.33
Rosak/Spoilt Votes: 249
(KAWASAN BARU/NEW CONSTITUENCY)

N55: BALUNG: 9,921
1. S.ABAS S.ALI (BN) 5,019
2. Perdes Nelson (Setia) 357
3. Amir Manap (Keadilan) 300
4. Ahmad Awang (Pasok) 131
Majoriti/Majority: 4,662
Jumlah Mengundi/Votes Cast: 5,869
Peratus Mengundi/Percentage Voted: 59.18
Rosak/Spoilt Votes: 62
(1999: DATUK ABDUL MANNAN JAKASA: BN: Maj: 1,853)

N57: SRI TANJONG: 19,536
1. Cheah Nget Min (DAP) 3,458
2. SAMSON CHIN CHEE TSU (BN) 7,365
Majoriti/Majority: 3,907
Jumlah Mengundi/Votes Cast: 10,919
Peratus Mengundi/Percentage Voted: 55.9
Rosak/Spoilt Votes: 96
(1999: SAMSON CHIN CHEE TSU: PBS: Maj: 3,752)

N58: MEROTAI: 13,348
1. Abdul Gaffar Mohd Nor (Setia) 405
2. Foo Chee King (Bebas) 584
3. Usman Madeaming (Pas) 1,039
4. Moktar Ahmad (Bebas) 441
5. LIEW YUN FAH (BN) 5,344
Majoriti/Majority: 4,305
Jumlah Mengundi/Votes Cast: 7,892
Peratus Mengundi/Percentage Voted: 59.12
Rosak/Spoilt Votes: 79
(1999: DATUK DR PATAWARI PATAWE: BN: Maj: 1,047)

N59: TANJONG BATU: 11,564
1. Mir Durahman (Setia) 784
2. MOHD KAMIL KASSIM (BN) 5,784
Majoriti/Majority: 5,000
Jumlah Mengundi/Votes Cast: 6,676
Peratus Mengundi/Percentage Voted: 57.73
Rosak/Spoilt Votes: 108
(KAWASAN BARU/NEW CONSTITUENCY)

N60: SEBATIK: 9,705
1. Abdul Wahid Yemang (Pas) 452
2. Mohd Eddris Jikirun (Setia) 510
3. DATUK DR PATAWARI PATAWE (BN) 4,708
Majoriti/Majority: 4,198
Jumlah Mengundi/Votes Cast: 5,781
Peratus Mengundi/Percentage Voted: 59.57
Rosak/Spoilt Votes: 111
(1999: DATUK ABDUL GHAPUR SALLEH: BN: Maj: 3,250)
(TUKAR NAMA/RENAMED. DAHULU/PREVIOUSLY: KALABAKAN)


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Chong Kah Kiat - Shut Up and Start Working!
03.24.04 (5:58 am)   [edit]
Congratulations to Sabah Barisan Nasional under the leadership of Datuk Seri Musa Aman which swept almost all but one parliamentary and state seat. While everyone is celebrating their victories, Liberal Democratic Party (LDP) levelled accusations at other component parties, obviously Sabah Progressive Party (SAPP), for causing the defeat of LDP Deputy President, Datuk Lau Ngan Siew.

Chong was quoted as saying God would know if anyone back stab LDP candidates. Chong said God would punish those who went against LDP. Such call is similar to those made by PAS leaders who promised heaven as reward in voting them. Apparent the people do not believe PAS' heaven. The people in Sabah too, do not believe that God is siding Chong or LDP.

There is no surprise as it is Chong's style all along who does not looking into himself. Chong, being a very self centered person never once admitted his own mistakes. He has the whole world to blame but himself.

The BN candidate for Sandakan Parliament Datuk Lau's defeat was long predicted. He sat on many living time bombs which exploded on the 21 March 2004.

[b]1. Cronism [/b]
Chong Kah Kiat practices cronism which has lighted internal flame awaiting for the right time to explode. The appointment of her sister, Naomi Chong as the Wanita Chief and later made a senator did not go down well with the members.

Noami's husband, Lee Chuan Wan, was made a datuk when Chong was the Chief Minister also gave rise to dissatisfaction. Lee was wide known as a non-contributing member although he is the party vice president.

Government projects, perks and other benefits were also given to family members or friends closely related to Chong.

[b]2. Dictatorship [/b]
Chong's style of running the party is no different from a dictator. There is hardly any opposition in the party. He doesn't even take suggestion from others, leave alone critics. Meetings are always turned into briefing sessions. Chong is the only one speaking while the rest are mere 'rubber stamp'.

Chong does not appreciate talents for fear of being toppled. He keeps a lot of blind followers and apple polishers around him. He listens more to his gossip mongers rathan his own party leaders.

Datuk Kong Hon Ming who got more popular than Chong at one time was sacked and made the party's number one enemy. Kong's name was mentioned each year during the party congress without fail.

[b]3. Private Negotations [/b]
Till now Chong has not openly denied accusations that he benefited personally from the Kepayan and Merotai seats. LDP was originally offered the Kepayan seat but exchanged it with MCA for Merotai. The public was informed through various sources that Chong pocketed a huge amount of cash from both Kepayan and Merotai candidate.

It is not wild accusations but understandable of Chong's practice. He also benefitted from the Kota Kinabalu Car Park which saw his reluctance in making changes. His last minute stunt in renewing the Kota Kinabalu Mayor before stepping down was also questionable.

[b]4. Chinese Interests [/b]
The majority of Chinese in Sabah believe that Chong does not favour issues affecting the community. His stand on Chinese not suitable being a Chief Minister, non-commitment of teaching of Mathematics and Science in English, Kolombong land for Chinese school and many more has caused the Chinese to turn away from LDP.

In comparison the SAPP and even PBS have done more for the Chinese community than LDP.

[b]5. Malay Interests [/b]
The Ops Nyiah II has affected many local Malays. Chong's strong stand in tearing down illegal houses, believed to be erected by illegal immigrants, has brought about revenge during the recently concluded general election.

Chong's eagerness in showing the Federal Government that he was different from the rest of the former CMs was not well accepted especially the Malays. He received opposition even from the Malays in his own area.

[b]6. SAPP [/b]
Chong has openly and repeatedly blamed SAPP for many issues affecting the party namely Kolombong land, Kota Kinabalu Car Park, distributing of poison pen letter, 4D Licenses and many more.

Struggling in protecting his already damaged image, Chong's explanations raised more questions than answers. Desperate, he asked his fellow party members to help defend his image but few took heed.

Many LDP members were seen openly supporting the signature campaign launched to seek pardon for SAPP President Datuk Yong Teck Lee so that he could take part in the recent election.

[b]7. Chong's Personality [/b]
Chong is one of the most arrogant, snobish and unfriendly party president. The way he fooled his members and the public has brought him tremendous side effects. His bad mouthing others also offended many.

The question is why Chong was not defeated instead of Lau Ngan Siew? The answer is simple, the rest of the areas where LDP men contested did not offer a better choice. The Deputy President Lau has to take take all the blames for Chong's wrongs. He was just an unfortunate victim. Probably he should just quit LDP and retire.

This is the law of karma, the law of cause and effect. Chong says he is a strong believer of Buddhism. He should check his cause first before blaming on others. :evil: :x

 
Tahniah Pak Lah
03.21.04 (3:38 pm)   [edit]


TAHNIAH PAK LAH

TAHNIAH BARISAN NASIONAL


MALAYSIA MENUJU KE ARAH LEBIH

CEMERLANG

GEMILANG

TERBILANG



 
Vote For The CANDIDATE, not the party
03.19.04 (5:27 pm)   [edit]
Time to decide for our future coming this Sunday. Who to vote? Good credible candidates campaign with their track of records. Politically unknowns and opportunists hide behind the track of records of others and ask voters to vote for the party irrespective of the candidates.

Are we to fall for the tricks? Here is the simple rule. Take for example a car and a driver.

A good car gives comfort and confidence to its passengers. A bad car might caused delay. However, no matter how good the car is, it is worthless if the wrong driver is chosen. Majority of road accidents are caused by careless, irresponsible and impatient drivers. Similar scenario apply for the political sceen here.
[b]
So dear fellow Malaysians and Sabahans, go for the DRIVER instead of the car. If both the driver and the car are good then it is a bonus. [/b]


Vote for the CANDIDATE,
not the Party







Happy Voting.

God Bless Sabah. God Bless Malaysia.
:D :D :D

 
Pantun Dari Merotai II
03.16.04 (5:55 pm)   [edit]
[i]Saudara/Saudari Osabah,

[b]Pantun Dari Merotai [/b]yang disiarkan di [b]Sabah O Sabah[/b] sedikit masa dahulu telah diubahsuai, tetapi masih membawa maksud yang sama, dan diedarkan dengan meluas kepada pengundi Merotai. Berikut adalah versi tersebut. [/i]


Pantun Dari Merotai

Ini Merotai punya cerita
UMNO kasi LDP terima
Pilih calon wang mesti ada
Itu orang tawar berjuta-juta
Presiden mana tidak tergoda?
Kepala samseng terus dipinta

Doktor tipu Datuk dibeli
Balak curi kereta pun curi
Buka lagi itu kedai berjudi
Karaoke ada gadis menari
Dipaksa bogel untuk ditayangi
Bikin maksiat tidak peduli

Belum menang sudah bergaya YB
Samseng ada di kanan dan kiri
Bini orang lagi ditiduri
Rakyat akan susah di hari nanti
Calon begini apa mau diundi?





[i]Dari [b]OMerotai[/b][/i]


 
Pulled Out Or Bought Out?
03.15.04 (4:13 pm)   [edit]
More cheers were added to Sabah Barisan Nasional. BN won four more state seats uncontested, namely Labuk, Klias, Pantai Manis and Sugut, when three opposition and an independent candidates withdrew their candidacy during the three-day "cooling off" period which ends Tuesday.

With Monday's uncontested victory, declared by state election officer Mohamed Mokhtar Ahmad, the BN has so far won seven parliamentary seats and eight state seats in the election uncontested.

On nomination day last Saturday, the BN won the parliamentary seats of Kinabatangan, Beluran, Tawau, Beaufort, Papar, Kalabakan and Sipitang while the state seats were Tanjong Papat, Melalap, Apas and Sekong.

Mohamed Mokhtar said an independent candidate, Aklis Sigoh, also pulled out of the race in the Nabawan state seat.

Following his withdrawal, Nabawan will now see a three-cornered fight where BN's Bobby Suan is up against Gabriel Uwing Agunsong and Simpil Andingos, both independent candidates.

Except for Pantai Manis, the other three seats won uncontested today would have seen a straight fight after nominations closed on Saturday.

Pantai Manis was to have been a three-cornered fight but another candidate, Mohd Ishak Laimudin, of Bersekutu, pulled out of the race yesterday, followed by the independent candidate today.

Today's withdrawal of candidates also saw the BN emerged the ultimate winner in the Kinabatangan parliamentary constituency and the two state seats under it -- Sugut and Labuk.

According to Election Commission (EC) secretary Datuk Wan Ahmad Wan Omar, candidates had until midnight tomorrow to withdraw their candidacy.

However, those who withdrew after the nomination period, from 9am to 10am last Saturday, would have their deposits forfeited, he said. Withdrawals of candidacy are allowed under Regulation 9(1) and 11(7) of the Election Regulations (Election Conduct) 1981 which stipulates that a candidate who wish to withdraw candidacy, could do so within three days after the nomination day by filing a notice in person to the returning officer.

Sabah has 25 parliamentary and 60 state seats. With the victory, BN is now working on winning the remaining 18 parliamentary and 52 state seats.

The four BN candidates who won uncontested today are:

[b]1. Datuk Michel Asang in Labuk (Yusof Apok of Pasok pulled out)

2. Datuk Lajim Ukin in Klias (Pasok's Matlani Sabli pulled out)

3. Datuk Abdul Rahim Ismail in Pantai Manis (Mohd Ishak Laimudin of Bersekutu and independent Mohd Hashim Yusof pulled out); and

4. Datuk Surady Kayong in Sugut (Haji Wahid of Pasok pulled out).[/b]

While we congratulate the winners for winning the seats uncontested, it does not stop people from wondering if the BN opponents were actually pulled out willingly, or being threatened like what some parties have claimed. Or was there any 'sandiwara' staged by the independents and opposition candidates who were there waiting to be bought. It is not a secret that many had used general election to earn some extra money. Some were purposedly sponsored to split votes while some were waiting for the 'direct negotiation' from ruling party candidates. The Election Commission must look into the matter.

How many left till the election day are yet to be seen. It would be sad if such practices were allowed to continue. It certainly tarnishes the image of the General Election, the Election Commission and Malaysia as a whole. Don't be surprise if the number of voters turn out is low on this coming Sunday. The hanky panky carried out by the politicians and opportunists are to be blamed.
:evil:

 
Bravo Tan Sri Abdul Rashid Abdul Rahman
03.15.04 (4:06 pm)   [edit]
[b]Election Commission chairman[/b] Tan Sri Abdul Rashid Abdul Rahman has expressed disappointment over the performance of the returning officers (RO) in some states in Saturday's nomination period for the 11th general election next week.

He said the non-adherence of stated procedures had resulted in the late compilation of data relating to those contesting in the March 21 election as everything should have been settled by 1 pm if everything had gone according to plan.

Abdul Rashid had this to say when asked on the number of ROs who appeared not to have followed the specified instructions and guidelines of the EC in undertaking their task: "Plenty. In Perak, in Johor. Even in Penang and Sabah also there were those who did not follow instructions. I am completely disappointed with these people."

Speaking at a news conference at the media centre set up on the grounds of the EC headquarters here, he said the thing was that they were senior government officers and yet they seemed to have trouble in following EC instructions.

"They have been trained, given proper guidelines and so on. They have been asked to really look at the checklist at every point. Probably they got (overly) excited," he said.

He described the situation as worse than the nomination process for the previous election in 1999.

Abdul Rashid said contrary to instructions, some of the ROs chose to drive to the state EC office to forward the nomination documents.

"You can imagine the time it will take to go from Grik to Ipoh. And in Sabah, it will take a long time to drive from Kinabatangan to Kota Kinabalu, for example. So this is the kind of problem that we have, instructions which are not followed,"

He also said that the ROs had been furnished with all the necessary equipment to facilitate their task.

"But they don't want to live in this millennium, they are still in the last millennium," he said sarcastically.

When asked whether what transpired today was a taste of what would happen on polling day, Abdul Rashid answered in the negative.

"No. We are going to send lots of messages (reminders) to them," he said.

Abdul Rashid also regretted instances where ROs were reportedly not cooperative with members of the media during nomination.

He also said the EC headquarters received 36 queries from the ROs over whether or not to accept the nomination papers of would-be candidates. Since campaigning had already begun, Abdul Rashid expressed the hope that this would be conducted in a civilised manner.

He reminded all political parties to avoid provocative actions which could land them into trouble.

The EC supremo said the smooth nomination process should be replicated during polling next weekend.

As for the teams set up to oversee the campaigning process, Abdul Rashid told them to act within the confines of the law.

"I don't want them to abuse the powers accorded to them according to the law," he said, adding that they should not be overzealous in performing their duties.

Citing an example, he said they were not supposed to inspect the bases of political parties.

Abdul Rashid expressed satisfaction over the new 50-metre no-go area ruling at the nomination centres, saying that this had allowed nomination to proceed smoothly.

[b]Meanwhile[/b] Barisan Nasional (BN) candidate for the Senggarang State constituency, Shamsiah Rashidah Ibrahim blamed the Election Commission's (EC) "vague" regulations as the main reason for the rejection of her nomination papers.

According to her, clause 4(D) of the EC regulations on the supporter and seconder of a candidate according to the area where the candidate is standing was vague and could be interpreted in many ways.

"In Umno, we consider the area as the division and not the State or Parliamentary constituency. The regulation is very vague and I still think my party had not made any mistake," she told Bernama when contacted, here Saturday.

She said the Batu Pahat Umno and its lawyers were studying it and would not hesitate to take the matter to court if they had a case against the EC.

"We are discussing with our division head and several lawyers on the matter," she said.

Yesterday, Shamsiah's candidacy in the Senggarang State constituency within the Batu Pahat Parliamentary constituency was rejected by the EC, enabling PAS candidate Dr Mohd Ramli Mohd Kari to win uncontested in Senggarang.

The loss of the Senggarang State seat to PAS resulted in Johor BN failing to defend its 100 per cent victory in the general election since 1995.

Shamsiah also expressed regret over the different treatment given to her by the EC official as a similar problem was also encountered during the nomination process for BN candidate Datuk Dr Mashitah Ibrahim for the Baling State seat.

"However, the EC official in Baling had relaxed the rule slightly at that time," she said.

[b]Whatever[/b] it is candidates should take the initiative to check the nomination forms and study nomination procedures to avoid their candidacy from being rejected, Wanita Umno head Datuk Seri Rafidah Aziz said.

Expressing shock and dismay over the "loss" of a safe seat (Senggarang) to the opposition, she said the rejection of the BN candidate's nomination papers could have been avoided if the candidate had been more thorough.

She said this when asked to comment on the rejection on Saturday of the nomination papers of the Barisan Nasional (BN) Candidate for Senggarang, Shamsiah Rashidah Ibrahim, as her seconder was not a registered voter in Senggarang.

Rafidah said she had a great shock when informed by the movement's executive secretary that PAS candidate Dr Mohd Ramli Md kari had been returned unopposed in Senggarang.

Rafidah said it was a test for the BN from Allah particularly when it was claimed that the BN would make a clean sweep of all seats in Johor.

"I have always said that until you take the oath, do not think you are already the YB. Everything depends on God," she said.

[b]On the other hand[/b] PAS president Datuk Seri Abdul Hadi Awang has congratulated the Election Commission (EC) for doing a good job during nominations in the 11th general election on Saturday.

"This is a good indication of the democratic practice and I hope no undesirable incidents will occur," he told Bernama here.

Abdul Hadi, when met after delivering a ceramah (talk) at Taman Setia Jaya here Saturday night, said it was heartening that the nominations proceeded smoothly throughout the country without any breach of public order.

He said that the Opposition certainly expected the election to be conducted in a fair manner. Polling has been fixed for Sunday.

Commenting on the victory of the PAS candidate who won the Senggarang state seat unopposed, Abdul Hadi, who is Terengganu Menteri Besar, said that it had further encouraged the party to work harder to capture other states.

As at the dissolution of parliament and the respective state legislatures, Kelantan and Terengganu were under PAS control.

Dr Mohd Ramli Md Kari was declared the winner when the EC rejected the nomination papers of Shamsiah Rashidah Ibrahim of the Barisan Nasional (BN) on technicality.

Election Commission chairman Tan Sri Abdul Rashid Abdul Rahman was right in telling the truth to the public. Thousands of people have been waiting online to see the results of the nomination but the results were never fully updated even at midnight of nomination day.

We now know the culprits, the senior government officers who thought they are good but they are not. These are some example of poor services rendered by the public servants. These are also the bunch of people who rose to the post due to connections with the powerfuls and not through qualification, experience or capabilities. They are the one who tarnished the good name of the civil service.

We also have those who thought they are in power and could take things for granted. When the nomination papers were rejected they gave silly excuses and threatened to take legal action. Go ahead and sue the Election Commission if they want to make a fool out of themselves.

[b]Bravo Election Tan Sri Abdul Rashid Abdul Rahman. Bravo Election Commission.[/b] :)

 
Surat Terbuka Dari Merotai
03.13.04 (8:00 pm)   [edit]
Saudara/Saudari Osabah,

Terlebih dahulu saya ucapkan syabas dan terima kasih daun keladi atas penampilan laman Sabah O Sabah yang sungguh komprehensif and berani dalam mengupas isu-isu terkini Sabah. Komentar Saudara/Saudari banyak membuka mata kami penduduk di Sabah.

Saya tertarik dengan isu calon Barisan Nasional di Merotai. Umum diketahui bahawa kerusi Dewan Undangan Negeri (DUN) Merotai secara tradisi diperuntukkan kepada kaum bumiputera Islam atau Melayu. Ini berlaku sama ada dalam zaman pemerintahan USNO, BERJAYA, PBS mahupun Barisan Nasional sebelum ini.

Oleh itu, apabila seorang calon Cina diletakkan di kawasan yang mempunyai bilangan pengundi bumiputera Islam yang besar, adalah amat sukar untuk penduduk tempatan menerimanya. Apatah lagi setelah mengetahui muslihat sebenar perletakkan calon bukan berdasarkan semangat Barisan Nasional tetapi atas kepentingan beberapa kerat individu tertentu.

Kami tidak menentang calon bukan bumiputera Islam bertanding di Merotai jika ia benar-benar berdasarkan prinsip berkongsi kuasa seperti yang diamalkan di Semenanjung Malaysia. Namun kami tidak rela diperalatkan oleh orang-orang tertentu dengan meletakkan sembarangan orang sebagai calon. Dengan alasan apa sekalipun Datuk Liew Yun Fah dicalonkan di Merotai tidak lagi dapat diterima oleh penduduk tempatan. Saya berani berkata bahawa Liew malah tidak mendapat sokongan daripada penduduk Cina dan penduduk berketurunan lain di sini. Semua orang cukup masak dengan peribadi Liew dan kegiatan terkutuk yang dikendalikan melalui isteri dan kuncu-kuncunya.

Kami juga sedar ada golongan tertentu yang berkepentingan sedang berusaha untuk mengabui mata rakyat dan cuba menutup keburukan Liew dengan pelbagai cara. Ada yang menggunakan cara lembut dan sopan, pujuk dan rayu. Tidak kurang juga yang menggunakan kekerasan, paksaaan dan ugutan. Sogokan dengan wang ringgit dan dermaan material juga berlaku.

Sekalipun pencalonan Liew mendapat bantahan hebat daripada semua golongan tetapi pihak atasan berkeras untuk meletakkan calon yang sedikitpun tidak memenuhi ciri-ciri seorang pemimpin yang berkalibar, bersih. ikhlas, berwawasan da berakhlak baik.

Dengan ini kami, penggundi-penggundi tidak ada cara lain melainkan membuat pilihan kami yang BIJAK. Kami tidak akan membiarkan maruah, bangsa dan agama kami tergadai.

Maafkan kami, Pak Lah. Maafkan Kami Datuk Seri Musa. Maafkan kami Datuk Abdul Ghapur Salleh.

Terima Kasih.

Anti Calon Samseng
Merotai 14hb Mac 2004 :x

 
Sabah Candidates For 2004 General Election
03.13.04 (3:13 pm)   [edit]
From Utusan Malaysia (www.utusan.com.my)

[b]PARLIMEN: [/b]

P167: KUDAT: 37,089
1. Datuk Abdul Rahim Bakri - BN
2. Asbiah Anggak - Bebas
3. Datu Abd Razak Datu Abd Salam - Bebas
4. Abd Rahman Sedik @ Sidek - Bebas
(1999: DATUK AMIR KAHAR TUN MUSTAPHA: BN: Maj: 3,887)

P168: KOTA MARUDU: 28,111
1. Datuk Dr Maximus Ongkili - BN
2. Anthony Mandiau - Bebas
(1999: DATUK DR MAXIMUS ONGKILI: PBS: Maj: 1,684)
(TUKAR NAMA/RENAMED. DAHULU/PREVIOUSLY: BANDAU)

P169: KOTA BELUD: 41,065
1. Datuk Salleh Tun Said - BN
2. James Baga @ Bagiah - Bebas
3. Jaimin @ Jack Giau - Setia
(1999: DATUK SALLEH TUN SAID: BN: Maj: 9,216)

P170: TUARAN: 39,338
1. Wildred Madius Tangau - BN
2. Ansari Abdullah - Keadilan
(1999: WILFRED MADIUS TANGAU: BN: Maj: 2,813)

P171: SEPANGGAR: 34,527
1. Datin Saidatul Badru Tun Said - Keadilan
2. Eric Enchin Majimbun - BN
(1999: DATUK YONG TECK LEE: BN: Maj: 4,117)
(P'RAYA KECIL/BY-ELECTION 2002: LIEW TECK CHAN: BN: Maj: 11,923)
(TUKAR NAMA/RENAMED. DAHULU/PREVIOUSLY: GAYA)

P172: KOTA KINABALU: 43,121
1. Hiew King Cheu - DAP
2. Christina Liew - Keadilan
3. Dr Yee Moh Chai - BN
(KAWASAN BARU/NEW CONSTITUENCY)

P173: PUTATAN: 34,123
1. Datuk Dr Marcus Mojigoh - BN
2. Awang Ahmad Sah - Keadilan
(1999: DR YEE MOH CHAI: PBS: Maj: 545)
(TUKAR NAMA/RENAMED. DAHULU/PREVIOUSLY: TANJUNG ARU)

P174: PENAMPANG: 32,832
1. Philip Lasimbang - BN
2. Elsie Solumin - Pasok
3. Morris Miji - Bebas
4. Conrad Mojuntin - DAP
(1999: PHILIP LASIMBANG: BN: Maj: 3,320)

P175: PAPAR: 31,275
1. Rosnah Abdul Rashid Shirlin - BN
(Menang Tanpa Bertanding/Uncontested)
(1999: DATUK OSU SUKAM: BN: Maj: 7,608)

P176: KIMANIS: 21,576
1. Datuk Anifah Aman - BN
2. Awang Tengah Ag Amin - Keadilan
(KAWASAN BARU/NEW CONSTITUENCY)

P177: BEAUFORT: 26,461
1. Datuk Azizan Mohd Dun - BN
(Menang Tanpa Bertanding/Uncontested)
(1999: DATUK ANIFAH AMAN: BN: Maj: 16,009)

P178: SIPITANG: 23,542
1. Datuk Dr Yusof Yacob - BN
(Menang Tanpa Bertanding/Uncontested)
(1999: DATUK DR YUSOF YACOB: BN: Maj: 4,339)

P179: RANAU: 27,986
1. Tan Sri Bernard Dompok - BN
2. Ruhimin Adzim - Bebas
3. Karim Adam - Bebas
4. Japiril Suhaimin - Bebas
(1999: TAN SRI BERNARD DOMPOK: BN: Maj: 5,423)
(TUKAR NAMA/RENAMED. DAHULU/PREVIOUSLY: KINABALU)

P180: KENINGAU: 34,510
1. Jouti @ Joseph Ajun - Bebas
2. Datuk Joseph Pairin Kitingan - BN
(1999: DATUK JOSEPH PAIRIN KITINGAN: PBS: Maj: 250)

P181: TENOM: 20,417
1. Datuk Limun Laikim - Bebas
2. Raimi Unggi - BN
(1999: DATUK RIZALMAN ABDULLAH: BN: Maj: 3,642)

P182: PENSIANGAN: 18,075
1. Bernard S. Maraat - BN
2. Razali Suffian Koroh - Setia
3. Matin Tomy @ Tommy - Bebas
(KAWASAN BARU/NEW CONSTITUENCY)

P183: BELURAN: 18,960
1. Ronald Kiandee - BN
(Menang Tanpa Bertanding/Uncontested)
(1999: RONALD KIANDEE: BN: Maj: 1,276)

P184: LIBARAN: 26,888
1. Rajmunni Sabu - Keadilan
2. Datuk Juslie Ajirol - BN
(1999: JUSLIE AJIROL: BN: Maj: 6,311)

P185: BATU SAPI: 26,504
1. Edmund Chong Ket Wah - BN
2. Pengiran Roslan Pg Masrun - Keadilan
(KAWASAN BARU/NEW CONSTITUENCY)

P186: SANDAKAN: 33,208
1. Chong Hon Min - Bebas
2. Datuk Lau Ngan Siew - BN
3. Liew Teck Khen @ Liaw Tech King - Pasok
(1999: DATUK LAU NGAN SIEW: BN: Maj: 4,368)

P187: KINABATANGAN: 19,441
1. Datuk Bung Mokhtar Radin - BN
(Menang Tanpa Bertanding/Uncontested)
(1999: DATUK BUNG MOKHTAR RADIN: BN: Maj: 3,895)

P188: SILAM: 40,362
1. Samsu Baharun Abdul Rahman - BN
2. Samsuri Baharuddin - Keadilan
(1999: DATUK RAILEY JEFFREY: BN: Maj: 6,519)

P189: SEMPORNA: 33,772
1. Noraidah Abdul Salleh - Bebas
2. Mohd Abdul Wahab Pg Abdullah - Keadilan
3. Madjalis Lais - Bebas
4. Aldani Landi - Bebas
5. Datuk Shafie Apdal - BN
(1999: DATUK SHAFIE APDAL: BN: Maj: 13,325)

P190: TAWAU: 41,143
1. Shim Paw Fatt - BN
(Menang Tanpa Bertanding/Uncontested)
(1999: SHIM PAW FATT: BN: Maj: 11,116)

P191: KALABAKAN: 34,617
1. Datuk Abdul Ghapur Salleh - BN
(Menang Tanpa Bertanding/Uncontested)
(KAWASAN BARU/NEW CONSTITUENCY)


[b]DEWAN UNDANGAN NEGERI: [/b]

N01: BANGGI: 7,815
1. Mursalim Tanjul - Bebas
2. Muslimin Arip - Keadilan
3. Datuk Amir Kahar Tun Mustapha - BN
(1999: DATUK AMIR KAHAR TUN MUSTAPHA: BN: Maj: 1,014)

N02: TANJONG KAPOR: 18,652
1. Datuk Chong Kah Kiat - BN
2. Kong Hong Ming @ Kong Fo Min - Bebas
3. Alexandra @ Alexander Anthony - Keadilan
4. Ben Sali Ebrahim - Pasok
5. Wong Phin Chung - Bebas
6. Santong Angkap - Bersekutu
7. Omar Mohd Aji - Bebas
(1999: DATUK CHONG KAH KIAT: BN: Maj: 1,488)
(TUKAR NAMA/RENAMED. DAHULU/PREVIOUSLY: KUDAT)

N03: PITAS: 10,622
1. Othman Alinsah - Bebas
2. Masandul Madee - Bebas
3. Datuk Masrani Parman - BN
4. Rose @ Ulimsim Ungki - Pasok
5. Abu Bakar Siman - Bersekutu
(1999: DATUK MASRANI PARMAN: BN: Maj: 1,921)
(TUKAR NAMA/RENAMED. DAHULU/PREVIOUSLY: BENGKOKA)

N04: MATUNGGONG: 13,594
1. Jornah Mozihim - BN
2. Berman Angkap - Bersekutu
3. James Rubinsin Kotulai - Bebas
4. Jauning @ Tommy Malukis - Pasok
(1999: ATONG MANGABIS: PBS: Maj: 5,131)

N05: TANDEK: 14,517
1. Ustaz Abd Manap Abd Rahman - Keadilan
2. Datuk George Sangkin - Bebas
3. Datuk Dr Maximus Ongkili - BN
4. Ungas Bodok - Bebas
5. Anthony Mandiau - Bebas
(1999: DATUK DR MAXIMUS ONGKILI: PBS: Maj: 1,259)

N06: TEMPASUK: 13,968
1. Tan Sri Pandikar Amin Mulia - BN
2. Digong Abdul Rashid - Bebas
3. Josli Badis - Bersekutu
4. Bandir Sialang @ Bandira Datuk Alang - Pas
5. Razak Rakunman - Bebas
(1999: MUSBAH JAMLI: BN: Maj: 735)

N07: KADAMAIAN: 12,206
1. Daibi Mandadi - Bebas
2. Herbert Timbon Lagadan - BN
3. Datuk Maidom Pansai - Bebas
4. Johnny Lyon @ Gilong - Bebas
5. Sabagon @ Hendry Rumpit - Setia
(1999: HERBERT TIMBON LAGADAN: PBS: Maj: 3,858)

N08: USUKAN: 14,891
1. Japlin Akin @ Abd Hamid - BN
2. Norbin Aloh - Pas
3. Ibrahim Linggam - Bersekutu
4. Saijan Samit - Bebas
(1999: DATUK SALLEH TUN SAID: BN: Maj: 3,624)

N09: TAMPARULI: 14,712
1. Jahid Jahim - BN
2. Hannis Gibung - Bebas
3. Rosnah @ Rose Onek - Keadilan
4. Fabian Anuar Mail - Bebas
5. Edwin Siagian - Bersekutu
(1999: EDWARD LINGGU: PBS: Maj: 2,186)

N10: SULAMAN: 15,165
1. Datuk Hajiji Noor - BN
2. Ansari Abdullah - Keadilan
(1999: DATUK HAJIJI NOOR: BN: Maj: 3,444)

N11: KIULU: 9,461
1. Datuk Louis Rampas - BN
2. Gaibin Ransoi - Pasok
3. Joisin Romut - Bebas
(1999: DATUK LOUIS RAMPAS: PBS: Maj: 3,385)

N12: KARAMBUNAI: 16,757
1. Datin Saidatul Badru - Keadilan
2. Jainab Datuk Ahmad - BN
(KAWASAN BARU/NEW CONSTITUENCY)

N13: INANAM: 17,770
1. Lee Yun Fen - Bersekutu
2. Johnny Goh - BN
3. Rejolin John - Pasok
4. James Lee @ Lee Kuan Hoh - Bebas
5. Hiew King Cheu - DAP
(1999: JOHNNY GOH: PBS: Maj: 4,708)

N14: LIKAS: 15,182
1. Liew Teck Chan - BN
2. Kong Yu Kiong - Keadilan
(1999: DATUK YONG TECK LEE: BN: Maj: 4,962)

N15: API-API: 11,369
1. De Yee Moh Chai - BN
2. Fung Kong Win - DAP
(1999: DR YEE MOH CHAI: PBS: Maj: 3,183)

N16: LUYANG: 16,570
1. Melanie Chia Chui Ket - BN
2. Christina Liew - Keadilan
(KAWASAN BARU/NEW CONSTITUENCY)

N17: TANJONG ARU: 19,152
1. Edward Yong Oui Fah - BN
2. Foo Ah Onong @ Onong Otong - Pasok
3. Chong Yaw Fah @ Stephen - DAP
4. Awang Ahmad Sah - Keadilan
(1999: YONG OUI FAH: PBS: Maj: 303)
(TUKAR NAMA/RENAMED. DAHULU/PREVIOUSLY: SEMBULAN)

N18: PETAGAS: 14,971
1. Datuk Yahya Hussin - BN
2. Salleh Tiasi - Bersekutu
(1999: DATUK YAHYA HUSSIN: BN: Maj: 3,787)

N19: KAPAYAN: 18,393
1. Liaw Chin Sin - Keadilan
2. Stephen J. Jimbangan - Bebas
3. Yunof Maringking - Bebas
4. Edmund Jivol Doudilim - Bebas
5. Edmundo Apines - Bersekutu
6. Kok Thau Lin - DAP
7. Datuk Edward Khoo Keok Hai - BN
8. Yee Chee Ming @ Tommy - Pasok
(KAWASAN BARU/NEW CONSTITUENCY)

N20: MOYOG: 14,439
1. Elsie Cleftus Mojingol - Pasok
2. Moris @ Francis Miji - Bebas
3. Jomilon Mojuntin @ Conrad Mojuntin - DAP
4. Philip Lasimbang - BN
(1999: DATUK CLARENCE BONGKOS MALAKUN: PBS: Maj: 4,388)

N21: KAWANG: 14,624
1. Gulam Haidar Khan Bahadar - BN
2. Maiji Jaigul - Pasok
(1999: DATUK OSU SUKAM: BN: Maj: 2,213)

N22: PANTAI MANIS: 16,651
1. Mohd Hashim Yusof - Bebas
2. Datuk Abdul Rahim Ismail - BN
3. Mohd Ishak Laimudin - Bersekutu
(1999: DATUK ABDUL RAHIM ISMAIL: BN: Maj: 2,534)

N23: BONGAWAN: 12,113
1. Datuk Karim Bujang - BN
2. Md Haris Md Tahir - Bebas
(1999: DATUK KARIM BUJANG: BN: Maj: 2,291)

N24: MEMBAKUT: 9,463
1. Mohd Arifin Mohd Arif - BN
2. Awang Tengah Ag Amin - Keadilan
(KAWASAN BARU/NEW CONSTITUENCY)

N25: KLIAS: 13,899
1. Datuk Lajim Ukin - BN
2. Matlani Sabli - Setia
(1999: DATUK LAJIM UKIN: BN: Maj: 3,778)

N26: KUALA PENYU: 12,562
1. Datuk Wences Angang - BN
2. Guan Dee Kohoi - Setia
3. Datuk John Ghani - Bebas
4. Saman Ahmad - Bebas
(1999: DATUK WENCES ANGANG: BN: Maj: 884)

N27: LUMADAN: 10,883
1. Dogit Muda - Setia
2. Datuk Surinam Sadikun - BN
(1999: DATUK SURINAM SADIKUN: BN: Maj: 2,362)

N28: SINDUMIN: 12,659
1. Sumayong Using - Bersekutu
2. Datuk Sapawi Ahmad - BN
3. Ramli Dua - Bebas
(1999: DATUK SAPAWI AHMAD: BN: Maj: 1,682)

N29: KUNDASANG: 8,683
1. Asidin Teilok - Keadilan
2. Dr Joachim Gunsalam - BN
3. Kaibi Laiman - Setia
4. Arimin Moidi - Bebas
(1999: KARIM ADAM: PBS: Maj: 99)

N30: KARANAAN: 10,664
1. Datuk Masidi Manjun - BN
2. Mohd Mian Mohd Ali - Bebas
3. Sutian @ Phoulus Kandilong - Setia
(1999: DATUK SIRINGAN GUBAT: BN: Maj: 1,227)
(TUKAR NAMA/RENAMED. DAHULU/PREVIOUSLY: RANAU)

N31: PAGINATAN: 8,639
1. Datuk Ewon Ebin - BN
2. Ramdi Indang - Bebas
3. Hendry Wan Kating @ Wen - Setia
4. Janimin Saliun - Bebas
5. Nayun Godumi - Bebas
(KAWASAN BARU/NEW CONSTITUENCY)

N32: TAMBUNAN: 10,506
1. Datuk Joseph Pairin Kitingan - BN
2. Nester Joannes - Bebas
(1999: DATUK JOSEPH PAIRIN KITINGAN: PBS: Maj: 4,675)

N33: BINGKOR: 13,543
1. Ribus Tingadon - Bebas
2. Peter Alliun - Bebas
3. Justin Guka - BN
4. Rayner Francis Udong - Pasok
5. Shuhaiddin Langkab - Setia
(1999: DATUK DR JEFFREY KITINGAN: PBS: Maj: 3,468)

N34: LIAWAN: 10,461
1. Paul Kadau - Bebas
2. Datuk Sairin Karno - BN
3. Datuk Lawrence Gimbang - Bebas
(KAWASAN BARU/NEW CONSTITUENCY)

N35: MELALAP: 10,018
1. Datuk Radin Malleh - BN
(Menang Tanpa Bertanding/Uncontested)
(1999: DATUK RADIN MALLEH: PBS: Maj: 9,977)

N36: KEMABONG: 10,399
1. Som N. C. Rikin - Bebas
2. Datuk Rubin Balang - BN
3. Mutang @ Sylvester Dawat - Bebas
4. Datuk Limun Laikim - Bebas
5. Peter @ Philip Lunuk - Bebas
(1999: DATUK RUBIN BALANG: BN: Maj: 836)

N37: SOOK: 11,332
1. Yapilin Nawawi - Bebas
2. Tan Sri Joseph Kurup - BN
3. Datuk Dr Jeffrey Kitingan - Bebas
(KAWASAN BARU/NEW CONSTITUENCY)

N38: NABAWAN: 6,743
1. Gabriel Uwing Agunsong - Bebas
2. Aklis Sigoh - Bebas
3. Bobby Suan - BN
4. Simpil Andingos - Bebas
(1999: ULIN PAMIANG: PBS: Maj: 1,279)
(TUKAR NAMA/RENAMED. DAHULU/PREVIOUSLY: PENSIANGAN)

N39: SUGUT: 7,562
1. Datuk Surady Kayong - BN
2. Haji Wahid - Pasok
(1999: DATUK SURADY KAYONG: BN: Maj: 254)

N40: LABUK: 11,398
1. Datuk Michael Asang - BN
2. Yusof Apok - Pasok
(1999: DATUK MICHAEL ASANG: PBS: Maj: 1,129)

N41: GUM-GUM: 9,186
1. Zaharah Tan - Keadilan
2. Zakaria Mohd Edris - BN
(KAWASAN BARU/NEW CONSTITUENCY)

N42: SUNGAI SIBUGA: 17,702
1. Datuk Seri Musa Aman - BN
2. Lue Sue Seng - Bebas
3. Raman @ Marjok Kadri - Setia
4. Abdul Gani Kosui - Pas
(1999: DATUK SERI MUSA AMAN: BN: Maj: 4,034)

N43: SEKONG: 10,938
1. Samsudin Yahya - BN
(Menang Tanpa Bertanding/Uncontested)
(1999: DATUK NAHALAN DAMSAL: BN: Maj: 1,370)

N44: KARAMUNTING: 15,566
1. Datuk Wong Lien Tat - BN
2. Chin Yui Keong - Keadilan
3. Sak Cheon Yu - Bebas
(1999: DATUK WONG LIEN TAT: BN: Maj: 1,797)

N45: ELOPURA: 18,036
1. Mohd Amran Saidin - Bebas
2. Liew Teck Khen @ Liaw Teck King - Pasok
3. Au Kam Wah - BN
(1999: DATUK THAM NYIP SHEN: BN: Maj: 1,930)

N46: TANJONG PAPAT: 15,172
1. Datuk Raymond Tan Shu Kiah - BN
(Menang Tanpa Bertanding/Uncontested)
(1999: DATUK RAYMOND TAN SHU KIAH: BN: Maj: 1,696)

N47: KUAMUT: 10,897
1. Ali Latip Taha - Bebas
2. Abdullah Abdul Sani @ Boong - Bebas
3. Abu Bakar Ellah - Bebas
4. Damsah Kalbin - Pasok
5. Johnny Intang - BN
(1999: ABDUL MALEK CHUA: PBS: Maj: 509)

N48: SUKAU: 8,544
1. Yusof Nasir - Bebas
2. Datuk Aklee Abbas - BN
3. Pg Roslan Pg Mansah - Pas
(1999: DATUK AKLEE ABBAS: BN: Maj: 2,489)

N49: TUNGKU: 11,327
1. Mohd Suhaili Said - BN
2. Hassan Malempeng - Bebas
3. Nosiah Abd Hamid - Setia
(KAWASAN BARU/NEW CONSTITUENCY)

N50: LAHAD DATU: 19,437
1. Datu Nasron Datu Mansur - BN
2. Tamsun Hamimun - Bebas
3. Charlie @ Sharlie Jani - Keadilan
4. Patawi Wadijo - Bebas
5. Johani Abdul Halim - Bebas
6. Datu Abd Razak - Bebas
(1999: SAMSU BAHARUN ABDUL RAHMAN: BN: Maj: 1,234)

N51: KUNAK: 9,598
1. Datuk Jasa Rauddah - BN
2. Arif Salim - Bebas
3. Citra Masadi - Keadilan
4. Sahing Taking - Setia
(1999: JASA RAUDDAH: BN: Maj: 2,493)

N52: SULABAYAN: 11,192
1. Ali Indanan - Bebas
2. Juhaili Abdul Wahab - Keadilan
3. Madjalis Lais - Bebas
4. Mohd Lan Allani - BN
5. Dualali Asdurin - Bebas
6. Marinsa @ Marinshah - Bebas
(1999: DATUK MOHD LAN ALLANI: BN: Maj: 962)

N53: SENALLANG: 12,041
1. Datuk Nasir Tun Sakaran - BN
2. Mohd Abdul Wahab Pg Abdullah - Keadilan
3. Mohammad Joseph - Bebas
4. Haji Mim - Bebas
5. Maharani Alihani - Bebas
(1999: DATUK NASIR TUN SAKARAN: BN: Maj: 1,558)

N54: BUGAYA: 10,539
1. Abdul Hussin Kiamsin - Bebas
2. Basalie Abdul Hamid - BN
3. Abdullah Sani Abd Salleh - Bebas
(KAWASAN BARU/NEW CONSTITUENCY)

N55: BALUNG: 9,921
1. S. Abas S. Ali - BN
2. Perdes Nelson - Setia
3. Amir Manap - Keadilan
4. Ahmad Awang - Pasok
(1999: DATUK ABDUL MANNAN JAKASA: BN: Maj: 1,853)

N56: APAS: 11,686
1. Datuk Tawfiq Abu Bakar Titingan - BN
(Menang Tanpa Bertanding/Uncontested)
(KAWASAN BARU/NEW CONSTITUENCY)

N57: SRI TANJONG: 19,536
1. Cheah Nget Min - DAP
2. Samson Chin Chee Tsu - BN
(1999: SAMSON CHIN CHEE TSU: PBS: Maj: 3,752)

N58: MEROTAI: 13,348
1. Abdul Gaffar Mohd Nor - Setia
2. Foo Chee King - Bebas
3. Usman Madeaming - Pas
4. Moktar Ahmad - Bebas
5. Liew Yun Fah - BN
(1999: DATUK DR PATAWARI PATAWE: BN: Maj: 1,047)

N59: TANJONG BATU: 11,564
1. Mir Durahman - Setia
2. Mohd Kamil Kassim - BN
(KAWASAN BARU/NEW CONSTITUENCY)

N60: SEBATIK: 9,705
1. Abdul Wahid Yemang - Pas
2. Mohd Eddris Jikirun - Setia
3. Datuk Dr Patawari Patawe - BN
(1999: DATUK ABDUL GHAPUR SALLEH: BN: Maj: 3,250)
(TUKAR NAMA/RENAMED. DAHULU/PREVIOUSLY: KALABAKAN)


 
Who Earns The Solid Support?
03.13.04 (4:00 am)   [edit]
Despite the SAPP President and Deputy President Datuk Yong Teck Lee and Datuk Tham Nyip Shen respectively, not being able to stand for the 11th General Election, the party has more to feel happy than sad.

At the close of the nomination, Shim Paw Fatt was announced the Member of Parliament for Tawau while his colleague, Datuk Raymond Tan was made the State Assemblyman for Tanjut Papat. They were joined with others similarly lucky colleagues from Barisan Nasional.

Of course it was not mere luck that they have won the seats unopposed. They have worked hard and have other factors to help them. The main reasons are that the Chinese community feel sorry for the two top leaders for not being able to lead. The signature campaign which was carried out earlier has brought about a lot of positive results. Intended independent candidates have also chosen other areas instead of facing Shim and Raymond.

This is an indication of the solid support given to them which no one could deny.

Meanwhile, looking at the other BN component party, LDP, it is breathing through its mouth. With strong challenges from all corners, LDP is not expected to perform well. In fact bookies through out the state is buying LDP scoring zero in this election. This will leave its party president nothing to brag and proud about.

That certainly serves Datuk Chong Kah Kiat well. He has no one to blame but himself. He has asked for such trouble and the trouble will not just stop here. The way Chon has mistreated the people of Sabah, misled and betrayed the Chinese, humiliated the voters in Merotai by insisting on a rejected candidate are some of his lifetime mistakes. The proud and arrogant Chong might not have realised it now, but the people will show him slowly but eventually. He will face the music soon.

Why not even a single LDP candidate won unopposed if Chong and his blind followers have claimed doing so much for the people? Why his rival party, SAPP, scored two and LDP ZERO?

The people did no wrong to Chong Kah Kiat and LDP but it was Chong Kah Kiat who wronged the people of Sabah.
:D

 
Pantun Dari Merotai
03.12.04 (6:07 am)   [edit]


Ini Merotai punya cerita
UMNO kasi LDP terima
Pilih calon wang mesti ada
Itu orang tawar berjuta-juta
Presiden mana tidak tergoda?
Kepala samseng terus dipinta

Doktor tipu Datuk dibeli
Balak curi kereta pun curi
Buka lagi itu kedai berjudi
Bikin maksiat tidak peduli
Bini orang lagi ditiduri
Calon begini apa mau undi?



 
Sabah BN Candidates For 2004 General Election
03.11.04 (4:26 pm)   [edit]
Here is the list announced by Chief Minister Datuk Seri Musa Aman on 11-3-2004.

Have these candidates met the criterias set or the criterias have been badly compromised? Were the people of Sabah given too much hope earlier on and dropped back to square one after the announcement?

Let the people of Sabah watch and judge.

[b]PARLIAMENT [/b]

P167 Kudat: Datuk Abdul Rahim Bakri

P168 Kota Marudu (previously Bandau): Datuk Dr Maximus Ongkili

P169 Kota Belud: Datuk Salleh Tun Said

P170 Tuaran: Wilfred Madius Tangau

P171 Sepanggar (previously Gaya): Eric Enchin Majimbun

P172 Kota Kinabalu (new constituency): Dr Yee Moh Chai

P173 Putatan (previously Tanjung Aru): Datuk Dr Makin Mojigoh

P174 Penampang: Donald Peter Mojuntin

P175 Papar: Rosnah Abdul Rashid Shirlin

P176 Kimanis (new constituency): Datuk Anifah Aman

P177 Beaufort: Datuk Azizah Mohd Dun

P178 Sipitang: Datuk Dr Yusof Yacob

P179 Ranau (previously Kinabalu): Tan Sri Bernard Dompok

P180 Keningau: Datuk Joseph Pairin Kitingan

P181 Tenom: Raimi Unggi

P182 Pensiangan (new constituency): Bernard Maraat

P183 Beluran: Ronald Kiandee

P184 Libaran: Juslie Ajirol

P185 Batu Sapi (new constituency): Edmund Chong Ket Wah

P186 Sandakan: Datuk Lau Ngan Siew

P187 Kinabatangan: Datuk Bung Mokhtar Radin

P188 Silam: Samsu Baharun Abdul Rahman

P189 Semporna: Datuk Shafie Apdal

P190 Tawau: Shim Paw Fatt

P191 Kalabakan (new constituency): Datuk Abdul Ghapur Salleh

[b]STATE [/b]

N1 Banggi: Datuk Amir Kahar Tun Mustapha

N2 Tanjong Kapor (previously Kudat): Datuk Chong Kah Kiat

N3 Pitas (previously Bengkoka): Datuk Masrani Parman

N4 Matunggong: Jornah Mozihim

N5 Tandek: Datuk Dr Maximus Ongkili

N6 Tempasuk: Tan Sri Pandikar Amin Mulia

N7 Kadamaian: Herbert Timbon Lagadan

N8 Usukan: Japlin Akin

N9 Tamparuli: Datuk Jahid Jahim

N10 Sulaman: Datuk Hajiji Noor

N11 Kiulu: Datuk Louis Rampas

N12 Karambunai (new constituency): Jainab Datuk Ahmad

N13 Inanam: Johnny Gon

N14 Likas: Liew Teck Chan

N15 Api-Api: Dr Yee Moh Chai

N16 Luyang (new constituency): Chia Chui Ket

N17 Tanjong Aru (previously Sembulan): Edward Yong Oui Fah

N18 Petagas: Datuk Yahya Hussin

N19 Kapayan (new constituency): Datuk Edward Khoo

N20 Moyog: Philip Lasimbang

N21 Kawang: Ghulam Haidar Khan Bahadar

N22 Pantai Manis: Datuk Abdul Rahim Ismail

N23 Bongawan: Datuk Karim Bujang

N24 Membakut (new constituency): Mohd Arifin Mohd Arif

N25 Klias: Datuk Lajim Ukin

N26 Kuala Penyu: Datuk Wences Angang

N27 Lumadan: Datuk Sarinum Sadikun

N28 Sindumin: Datuk Sapawi Ahmad

N29 Kundasang: Dr Joachim Gunsalam

N30 Karanaan (previously Ranau): Datuk Masidi Manjun

N31 Paginatan (new constituency): Datuk Ewon Ebin

N32 Tambunan: Datuk Joseph Pairin Kitingan

N33 Bingkor: Justin Guka

N34 Liawan (new constituency): Datuk Sairin Karno

N35 Melalap: Datuk Radin Malleh

N36 Kemabong: Datuk Rubin Balang

N37 Sook (new constituency): Tan Sri Joseph Kurup

N38 Nabawan (previously Pensiangan): Bobbey Ahfang Suan

N39 Sugut: Datuk Surady Kayong

N40 Labuk: Datuk Michael Asang

N41 Gum-Gum (new constituency): Zakaria Edris

N42 Sungai Sibuga: Datuk Seri Musa Aman

N43 Sekong: Samsudin Yahya

N44 Karamunting: Datuk Wong Lien Tat

N45 Elopura: Au Kam Wah

N46 Tanjong Papat: Datuk Raymond Tan

N47 Kuamut: Johnny Intang

N48 Sukau: Datuk Aklee Abbas

N49 Tungku (new constituency): Suhaili Said

N50 Lahad Datu: Datu Nasrun Mansur

N51 Kunak: Datuk Jasa Rauddah

N52 Sulabayan: Datuk Mohd Lan Allani

N53 Senallang: Datuk Nasir Tun Sakaran

N54 Bugaya (new constituency): Basalie Abdul Hamid

N55 Balung: S. Abas S. Ali

N56 Apas (new constituency): Datuk Tawfiq Abu Bakar Titingan

N57 Sri Tanjong: Samson Chin Chee Tsu

N58 Merotai: Datuk Liew Yun Fah

N59 Tanjong Batu (new constituency): Mohd Kamil Kassim

N60 Sebatik (previously Kalabakan): Datuk Dr Patawari Patawe
:?

 
Selfless or Selfish?
03.07.04 (5:06 am)   [edit]
When our 5th Prime Minister took office, he pledged for more transparency, no hanky-panky, accountability and responsibility. He called for the people to work with him, not for him. He declared war against corruption. The political opportunists straight away echoed whatever the PM said as if they have been waiting for the big change.

Was there any real changes among the politicians? The truth is NO. Politicians are selfish, greedy and self centred when they are offered with benefits. If the benefits is too small to be considered, they would decline in pride by quoting their great principles of no corruption and having the people's interests should come first. If the offer is too good to be missed, they accept it quietly, even in the expense of his people and his country.

Proof? Here is one.

When the initial list of seats allocation for BN Sabah was make known, MCA was given a parliamentary seat. LDP was given 3 state seats and one parliamentary seat. But there were arguements which seen BN Chairman Datuk Seri Musa Aman met BN component party leaders separately instead of all together.

MCA was said to decline the parliment seat given because for fear that MCA Sabah might request for a Federal post in the Government, thus reducing the opportunities of their West Malaysian representatives. Their selfish reasons have prompted them requested for a state seat. The MCA was given a Malay majority seat of Merotai under the Parliamentary of Kalabakan.

Since only one seat was given to MCA, the State Liaison Chief, Datuk Edward Khoo Keok Hai insisted on representating the party even though it was not in his home town of Sandakan. He refused to give the seat to local MCA leaders who have better relationships with the voters, at least as compared to Khoo.

However, after being protested by Tawau MCA leaders, MCA negotiated with LDP for a swap with Kepayan state seats. Kepayan was initially intended for either Datuk YC Lau or Datuk Lee Chuan Wan.

During the process of negotiation, the self-claim leader of Tawau, Datuk Liew Yun Fah made monetary offer to LDP President Datuk Chong Kah Kiat. It is now an open secret that a very huge amount, which runs into millions of ringgit, was offered to both LDP and Chong personally. Liew also claimed support from his brother-in-law, Datuk Seri Panglima Lajim Hj Okin.

Chong, after taking accounts of the huge benefits he was to receive, accepted the swap and proposed Liew as a candidate. In doing so, he betrayed he long time buddy, Datuk YC Lau who was one of the LDP founding members. Chong also betrayed his party members and went against his own 'principle' of clean and just policy.

When news of Liew's candidacy broke out, there were protests from both inside and outside LDP. People were shocked on how Chong could betray his own party and buddy. They were also shocked on how seats could be easily traded.

Worst, when the candidate proposed was, and known by the people as a gangster, leader of various gambling rings, boss of entertainment outlets which offer girls for sex, drugs, illegal logging and other illegal activities. UMNO members have even gone out by saying if Liew was not dropped as the candidate for Merotai they would go all out to make sure Liew loses his deposit. They even dare to risk being sacked by UMNO or BN.

Sincerely, UMNO would not mind the Malay majority seat of Merotai being given to LDP in the spirit of Barisan Nasional, considering more than half of the state seats were given to them, but it would be a big humiliation for them when they were forced to accept a known devil as their representative.

Meanwhile, despite of all the complaints from various parties, Chong went ahead and confirmed Liew's seat. The arrogant Liew has also gone ahead and published his candidacy in the local dailies, prior to the confirmation of state and federal BN leaderships. He is already acting like an elected YB.

Has BN taken careful consideration in choosing a candidate? In this case, NO. By not putting up a suitable candidate, no matter how it threatens the members, the voters would have no choice but to vote for the oppositions, or not voting at all. After all it is their rights, their future, their pride and their choice, not the minority few. :shock: :twisted: :evil:

 
Nomination Day 13 March Polling Day 21 March
03.04.04 (8:24 pm)   [edit]
Malaysians will go to the polls in the 11th general election on March 21, the Election Commission (EC) announced Friday.

The EC also fixed March 13 for nomination of candidates contesting the 219 parliamentary seats and 505 state seats, except in Sarawak.

Sarawak held its state election in 2001 and the term of the state government will only expire in 2006.

EC chairman Tan Sri Abdul Rashid Abdul Rahman told a media conference telecast live over television from the EC headquarters here that the election writs would be issued Saturday while the notices would be issued the following day.

The 10th parliament was officially dissolved Thursday, nine months prior to the expiry of its five-year term to pave way for the 11th general election.


 
The Way Out - Tham Nyip Shen
03.03.04 (8:47 pm)   [edit]
Deputy Chief Minister-cum-Resource Development and Information Technology Minister, Datuk Nyip Shen has in January announced that he would not be contesting the Elopura constituency in the coming election.

Tham, who is Sabah Progressive Party (SAPP) Deputy President, said he is prepared to play a new role as Member of Parliament. It would also be unfair to Elopura voters to keep on voting for the same person when his successor might have new ideas to develop the constituency, he said.

Tham said he was not running away from Elopura but considering taking up a new role as a Member of Parliament. SAPP President Datuk Yong Teck Lee had, in principle, accepted his decision.

Batu Sapi is the latest Sandakan parliamentary constituency under the Election Commission’s new electoral boundaries. Liberal Democratic Party (LDP) holds the Sandakan parliamentary seat, while Umno is in control of the Kinabatangan, Libaran and Beluran seats.

“The decision to allow my successor to contest the next election was not made overnight. It has been at the back of my mind for several years already.”

Tham, 45, said it took him 15 years to groom his choice of successor, thought did not mention who, but it was understood that the choice was Au Kam Wah, his political secretary. Aw is also SAPP assistant secretary general.

When seats allocation of the 11th election is almost certain, SAPP failed to lobby for the Sapi parliamentary seat. Tham is now caught with his own words and promises (wishes). He is out of his home and heading nowhere. He eventually took the noble way by opting out of the election. He was reported as saying he could still serve without governmental position.

SAPP was deeply sadden by Tham’s decision and trying hard to convince him to reconsider. There are also moves to convince Aw Kam Wah not to take up the Elopura state seat and return it back to his mentor. However, Tham was said to be very firm with his decision, which a politician seldom posses, and would not want to be change his mind.

This has come as yet another shock for the Chinese community. They have lost Yong Teck Lee (for the time being) and now Tham. Datuk Chong Kah Kiat of LDP was never in their list or either Dr Yee Moh Chai of PBS. Should there be no better decisions being derived, there would be a big political change in Sabah where Chinese is concerned.

With UMNO grabbing more than they should have, Non-Muslim bumiputera and Chinese seats are threatened and reduced. They have created a BIG time bomb which could explode at any time.

 
God Knows
03.03.04 (5:21 pm)   [edit]
Liberal Democratic Party (LDP) President, Datuk Chong Kah Kiat is desperate. After failing in fighting for more seats for his party. He is facing more trouble, now in his home town.

Datuk Wong Phin Chung has indicated that he would stand as an independent candidate against Chong in Tanjung Kapor. Unhappy Datuk Kong Hon Ming was said to have resigned from Parti Bersatu Sabah (PBS) to face Chong as another independent. UMNO members too were disappointed with Chong.

Chong is also facing problem in his own party. He was trying to fill his brother-in-law, Datuk Lee Chuan Wan in Kepayan instead of Datuk YC Lau. A move which clearly benefits only his own family members is strongly opposed by his party members. Judging from his previous move in promoting cronism in party positions and political appointments, it would not be a surprise for Chong to push for Lee instead of YC Lau.

His failure in getting any Chinese seats in Tawau also disappoints many Datuks in the area. The wind of disatisfaction is blowing strongly in LDP. He also cancelled a few function after receiving news that LDP was not allocated any seats in Tawau.

When cornered by reporters about these troubles, Chong said if there are people who back stab him, God will know. However he forgot to mention that God also knows what Chong has done to his party members and the people of Sabah. God will be fair to Chong as well as to anyone else.

Meanwhile Kong Hon Ming was said to convince Wong Phin Chung to withdraw so that Kong could face Chong one on one. Kong would like to clear his name after being a bashing goat for so many LDP function for being a betrayal. Should the battle of Chong - Kong materialise, Chong would be fighting an uphill task.

Chong is also having trouble in getting support from SAPP members due to his strong rivalry with Datuk Yong Teck Lee. Yong has openly called his members to vote for their favourite candidates, indicating clearly that they would not necessarily support BN candidate. Disappointed UMNO members who have lodge complaints on Chong too will reduce Chong's chance for victory.

God knows if Chong Kah Kiat could still win this time. :roll:

 
The Magic Three - Parliament Dissolved On 4-3-2004
03.02.04 (9:06 pm)   [edit]
Pak Lah has chosen 3rd of March to make his announcement instead of the 5th March, Friday known as Magic 5. He might have been influenced by Chinese believe about 3.

Three (3) in Chinese sounds like alive (sang). There are three 3s, day three of March, 3rd Month of the year and Wednesday is the third day of the week. With such auspicious combinations, Pak Lah is expected to lead BN to win much better than the previous election under Tun Dr Mahathir.

And the news on the announcement:

PUTRAJAYA: Prime Minister Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi announced today the dissolution of Parliament effective from tomorrow (March 4), paving the way for the country's 11th general elections.

He said the Yang di Pertuan Agong had consented to the dissolution of the 10th Parliament as provided for under Article 55 of the Federal Constitution.

"The King signed the dissolution declaration today and all states, with the exception of Sarawak, will be advised to act accordingly and to dissolve their respective state assemblies. The state assemblies should be dissolved the same day as Parliament,'' he said in a statement.

He added that the Election Commission would decide on the polling and nomination dates. Under the Malaysian system, once Parliament is dissolved by the King on the advice of the Prime Minister, the Election Commission will take over to set the date for nomination and polling. The whole process must be completed within 60 days.

For state elections to be held, the respective state legislative assemblies will also have to be dissolved by the rulers acting upon advice of the respective Mentris Besar and Chief Ministers.

For this general election, all states except for Sarawak are expected to hold the state elections at the same time as federal elections.

 
And The Trouble Begins
03.02.04 (6:07 am)   [edit]
Unable to please the other BN leaders in Sabah, the Sabah Barisan Nasional (BN) meeting, initially scheduled for Tuesday (2-3-2004), has been postponed, said Chief Minister Datuk Seri Musa Aman.

He said this was in the wake of appeals from leaders of Sabah BN component parties who wanted to meet him on one to one basis to decide the party which would contest in certain constituencies.

Musa, who is the Sabah BN chairman, said the number constituencies involved was small and expected the issue to be resolved within the next few days.

The BN leadership has decided on seat distribution among the state BN component parties.

It was learnt that Umno was given 33 state seats, 13 for Parti Bersatu Sabah (PBS), six for United Pasok Momogun Kadazandusun Murut Organisation Bersatu (Upko), Sabah Progressive Party (SAPP) (four), Liberal Democratic Party (three) and Parti Bersatu Rakyat Sabah (PBRS) (one).

After repeated calls for patience and co-operation in abiding the decision of the state BN leadership Musa still failed to convince them. Even though Musa said it was only minor swapping of constituencies that needed to be attended to, one believes the real trouble could be worst. Or else the leaders would not have requested for a one to one meeting, or the more popular pharase 'direct negotiation'.

One wonders why a separate meeting is necessary when these parties are all in a big family of Barisan Nasional. Must there be private dealing, story tellings and back stabbing each other? Don't we need some tranparency even in the dealing of seats allocation?

This is just the beginning of the big trouble ahead. When the starting is wrong, unsincere and out of norm, the body and the tail will never be right.

Let see if Musa could win the war before the battle. :twisted: 8)

 
UMNO - Win Now, Lose Later
03.01.04 (4:04 pm)   [edit]
All Sabah Barisan Nasional (BN) component parties, except UMNO, were dissatisfied with the seats allocation reported. The allocation was finalised between Prime Minister and Chief Minister, Datuk Seri Musa Aman, last week.

UMNO leaders have called for patience among their BN partners and requested them to steps to lessen the disappointment among members over the allocation of seats for the upcoming election.

Although they had asked for more seats and had hoped that their requests would be granted, some have begun to go down to the grassroots to explain the need to abide by any decision made by the BN.

Despite what was reported, few believe the BN component leaders would actually speak to their supporters and doubt if the members would accept. The allocation laid in front of them is too much for them to accept, no matter what spirit they are subcribe too.

UMNO is seen as too greedy by grabbing 33 out of 60 of the state seats, leaving 27 to be divided among PBS, UPKO, SAPP, LDP and PBRS. MCA, Gerakan and MIC were left in the cold.

UMNO also took 13 out of 25 parliamentary seats. The rest were left to UPKO, PBS, SAPP, LDP, PBRS and MCA.

It does not need a political analysist to point out that the distribution was anywhere near fairness. UMNO being the big brother has taken what they want and not they supposed to. It is like taking away a big part of the cake and leaving little for the hungry lot to share (starve).

The BN leadership had been urging component parties to abide by the decision on the seat allocation. Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak said that it was the time to show their loyalty to the BN and look towards the future with the coalition. "Politics is a long journey, not a 100-metre dash and in this long journey, a loyal friend is a valuable ally to the BN," he said.

However, the true spirit of Barisan Nasional starts with the sincerity in division of seats and not take what you want and force the rest to accept in view of the BN spirit. Seats could never be distributed fairly but the present allocation could have been better.

It is not difficult to understand why UMNO is so greedy in grabbing the seats. UMNO established in Sabah through back door by fishing on political frogs who have betrayed their supporters. They now have to be prepared for the possible polical frogs in the coming election. They have no choice but to make sure they have more than the total of the rest of the components could get. The ghost of the past is still haunting them. The thief is always scared to be robbed.

The allocation of seats is also an indication of how government projects, cabinet posts and other benefits would be divided among the component parties. Smaller or weaker parties would have practically nothing to survive on and nothing to convince their members in upholding the BN spirit. They would soon die of natural death.

UMNO, might have won now but will eventually lose no matter what excuse they come up with. The seats allocation have shown UMNO's true colour. The opposition parties will now practice open door system to invite frustrated BN leaders into their arms. The rakyat is reminded once again.

The minority has made their decision, not in a democratic way. The majority, namely the voters, will then make their decision, in a more democratic way, on polling day.

We will just wait and see. God bless Sabah. God bless Malaysia. :twisted:

 

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