Justice For All Malaysia

harakahdaily: Tindakan SPR lambang BN mula cemas

Posted on: March 5, 2008

M Khaleel Kas
Wed | Mar 05, 08 | 7:00:57 am MYT
KUALA LUMPUR, 5 Mac (Hrkh) – PAS meminta semua pihak agarbertenang dan

tidak terjerumus dengan taktik dan provokasi pihak lawan dalam

isu penggunaan

dakwat yang cuba dipermainkan oleh Suruhanjaya Pilihan raya (SPR)

kali ini.
Menurut Pengarah Jabatan Pilihan raya PAS Pusat, Dato’ Mustafa Ali,

tindakan SPR

dalam membatalkan penggunaan dakwat kekal seperti yang

dipersetujui sebelum ini

jelas menampakkan betapa BN kini mula cemas dalam

menghadapi pilihan raya kali ini.

Tambahnya, PAS yakin gabungan pembangkang akan

mencipta sejarah baru dalam

arena politik negara dengan menafikan majoriti dua pertiga

yang dimiliki BN di Parlimen.

Berikutan itu, katanya semua jentera PAS dan pembangkang

diminta bertenang dan

jangan masuk perangkap yang dipasang BN.

Beliau berkata demikian ketika diminta mengulas langkah SPR

menarik balik cadangan

untuk menggunakan dakwat kekal bagi mengelakkan pengundian

berganda dalam pilihan raya ini.

Menurutnya, PAS mengarahkan jentera pilihan rayanya agar terus

bekerja untuk menghadapi

pilihan raya ini dan jangan sekali-kali memboikotnya kerana tindakan

itu bermakna memasuki

perangkap yang sedang dipasang oleh BN sekarang ini.

“Tindakan SPR ini adalah satu lambang kecemasan BN dalam

menghadapi pilihan raya kali ini

selepas merasai kekalahan yang bakal menanti mereka.

Oleh itu kita mesti teruskan sehingga

hari mengundi dan jangan terperangkap dengan strategi mereka,”

katanya ketika dihubungi semalam.

Beliau yakin, pilihan raya ini bakal menjadi sejarah kerana BN

akan kehilangan dua pertiga

majoritinya kali ini. Ia sedang dirasai oleh seluruh rakyat negara

ini hatta di negeri-negeri

yang tidak pernah dimenangi PAS sebelum ini.

“Oleh itu, mereka sengaja membuat provokasi supaya

pembangkang melenting dan

memboikot pilihan raya,” kata beliau sambil mengakui

memang ada cadangan dari

kalangan PAS sendiri agar pilihan raya ini diboikot.

Sementara itu, Setiausaha Jabatan Pilihan Raya PAS Pusat,

Wan Nik Yusuff ketika

dihubungi menyatakan bahawa tindakan SPR ini

sememangnya telah dapat

dijangkakan dari awal lagi.

Katanya, BN sememangnya tidak akan bersetuju dengan

langkah penggunaan dakwat ini.

“Apabila SPR membuat maklum balas bagi hak pembangkang,

PAS sudah menjangkakan

daripada awal, tidak mudah bagi BN untuk menerima. Sebelum ini,

pelbagai alasan yang

diberikan bahawa perkara ini sukar dilaksanakan termasuk dari

segi syarak.

“Ini kerana, di sebalik pelaksanaan dakwat kekal ini akan

mematikanbeberapa strategi kotor BN,”jelasnya.

Tambahnya, tindakan SPR sebelum ini hanyalah sebagai

menjaga ‘mood’ pembangkang

dan pelbagai pihak yang turut meliputi NGO serta rakyat.

Pakatan pembangkang perlu memperolehi sekurang-kurangnya

74 kerusi Parlimen

untuk menafikan majoriti 2/3 BN dalam pilihan raya kali ini. – mks.

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Kepada

Para Pengundi Tg Lumpur (N15)

dan

Inderapura (N15) – KEDUAnya calon PAS –

yang berada dalam Parlimen Kuantan(P083):

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