Monday, October 27, 2008

90 MORE DIVISIONS TO HOLD MEETING - ASPIRING CANDIDATES HOPEFUL

As of yesterday(26.10.2008) 101 UMNO Divisions have held their respective meetings and have nominated their respective candidates deem fit in the UMNO Supreme Council (MT). There are few aspiring candidates who have yet to qualify since they have not obtained the required number of nominations, making them eligible to contest. But nothing is lost yet, since there are yet another 90 Divisions who have until 9 November 2008 to convene and finalise their meetings, giving these aspiring candidates a chance to qualify.

The Deputy President post which is receiving intense competition, Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin has qualified but two other aspiring candidates, namely Melaka Chief Minister Datuk Seri Mohd Ali Rustam who has received so far 23 nominations which is short of another 16 nominations to be eligible for the contest. Meanwhile, Tan Sri Muhammad Muhd Taib has only managed to secure 15 nominations.

It was further reported that MP for Pulai, Datuk Nurjazlan has withdrawn from the Deputy President's race.

Aspiring President, Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Mohd Najib Tun Razak has secured 101 nominations and if he manages to obtain a further 33 nominations, he will automatically qualify for the post. His contender, Tengku Razaleigh Hamzah or Ku Li has yet to receive any nominations yet.

We need to wait and see who is IN and who is OUT.
But the FEAR is that money-politics is so rampant that its going to dominate and remain a serious menace which would be difficult get rid off unless some serious action is undertaken by the relevant authorities and UMNO President.

news n photo courtesy of Agendadaily

2 comments:

Bangsa Cina Malaysia said...

INSTEAD of going away for the long weekend holiday, members of the First Assembly of God Church in Kuala Lumpur decided to hold a gotong-royong yesterday to clean up the Pudu area.

The event was in collaboration with the Bukit Bintang DAP office and the Kuala Lumpur City Hall (DBKL).

The enthusiastic participants gathered at the church area on Jalan Sayor as early as 8am for the big clean-up. The DBKL provided the equipment and trucks to collect the garbage.

About 150 church members, both old and young, were divided into groups to clean up various segments of Pudu, accompanied by some 50 DBKL workers.


Pick up: Members of the First Assembly of God Church taking part in the gotong-royong to clean up the Pudu area on yesterday

The areas involved were from Jalan Pasar to Changkat Thamby Dollah.

According to a church leader, the joint effort was part of the Pudu renewal project to make the area a better place for quality living and to enhance its image.

“Pudu is located in the heart of the city and plays an important role in the overall image of Kuala Lumpur as the capital city,” he said.

“At the same time, the project also trains our young people to be conscious and caring of their community,” he said.

this kind of event is good for the
country and must be held nationwide.

to all those MPs PR or BN who are still sleeping what say you..

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