Monday, April 8, 2013

Siapakah calon PKR di Petra Jaya dan Santubong?

State PKR chief Baru Bian (3-R, seated) assures that the selected candidates will not defect to other parties.

umber dari akar umbi kawasan-kawasan parlimen petra jaya dan santubong  menyatakan bahawa pkr merasakan kawasan-kawasan melayu ini susah dan hampir mustahil di menangi pkr.  oleh itu tiada pemimpin-pemimpin pkr mahu menawarkan diri untuk bertanding di kawasan-kawasan ini.

Di katakan bahawa 2 orang yang akan di 'tolak' untuk bertanding di Petra Jaya adalah Ahmad Nazib Johari atau Nurhanim Mokhsen.  Namun kedua-duanya dikatakan amat berat untuk mahu bertanding di kawasan yang di lihat sebagai kubu-kubu kuat Parti Pesaka Bumiputera Bersatu Sarawak.

Lain ceritanya di kawasan parlimen Batang Lupar dimana Abang Zulkifli Abang Engkeh amat yakin sekali untuk bertanding di situ dengan adanya perpecahan PBB di kawasan itu.

GE13: Sarawak PKR announces seven more potential candidatesTHURSDAY, APRIL 4, 2013

KUCHING (April 4): Sarawak PKR today announced seven more potential candidates to contest in the impending general election.
PKR is vying 15 to 16 seats in the state.
Today's list included the names of Nicholas Mujah (Sri Aman), Thomas Laja (Kanowit), Joshua Jabeng (Selangau), Nicholas Badwin (Lubok Antu), Willie Mongie (Mambong), Andy Wong Hong Yu (Julau) and Dr Ramblan Rahmat (Kota Samarahan).
PKR defacto leader Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim had confirmed five names a few weeks ago namely, Baru Bian (Limbang), Ali Biju (Saratok), Roland Engan (Baram), Abun Sui Anyit (Hulu Rajang) and Abang Zulkifli Abang Engkeh (Batang Lupar).
Sarawak PKR chief Bian said that the named seats had no overlapping claims, and Anwar would make an official announcement on April 11 on all PKR's candidates.
“We are here not to announce candidates but to refute strong rumours that our candidates were bought (over) by Sarawak Workers Party (SWP),” Bian told reporters at the party’s headquarters today.
Referring to Lubok Antu and Selangau candidates, who had been approached by SWP to withdraw from contesting, Bian assured that those picked were trusted candidates who were selected carefully and would not jump ship. 
Bian added that PKR's candidates in the last state election had never defected to any party or joined BN.
Lubok Antu hopeful Badwin, 54, is a popular land rights activist who is also an ‘expert witness’ in all NCR land cases.
While Jabeng, 63, who is eyeing Selangau, is a former teacher who currently works in the insurance industry.
Both seats are Iban majority area with NCR land being the biggest issue. Both candidates are expecting a good fight with BN-PRS incumbent William Nyalau Badak (Lubok Antu) and Datuk Joseph Entulu Beluan (Selangau). 
Joining the fray for a likely three-cornered fight are SWP president Larry Sng, who has confirmed contesting in Lubok Antu, while his father Datuk Sng Chee Hua is rumoured to be contesting in Selangau.
Bian also refuted claims that SWP’s Sng Chee Hua and Anwar, two publicly known good friends, had deals on seat swap or arrangement. 
“There is no such deal. The announcement (on April 11 on all candidates) will speak volumes and put to rest these kind of rumours.”
Labelling GE13 to be the toughest election yet for both sides of the political divide, Bian extended his thanks to Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak for his assurance that the transition of power, if any, would be peaceful.
With limited resources, Bian said the only way to counter rural money politics would be explaining the party’s manifesto and policy in which people are offered hope and long-term benefits.
Two other seats PKR has confirmed to be contesting in are Petra Jaya and Betong, but Bian said the names would only be announced later.
Much anticipation is on the settlement on overlapping seats with DAP, which include Stampin, Miri and Mas Gading.

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