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Wednesday, July 19, 2017

GUAN ENG STUNNED & SHOCKED BY LATEST ROS LETTER: DAP WANTS MEETING WITH REGISTRAR BEFORE DECISION ON ‘RE-ELECTION’

KUALA LUMPUR – The DAP has yet to confirm whether or not it will hold a re-election for its Central Executive Committee (CEC) as demanded by the Registrar of Societies (RoS).
Party secretary-general Lim Guan Eng in a media statement yesterday reiterated party’s claims that the RoS’ statement regarding its 2013 CEC re-election was false.
“We are stunned by the decision of the RoS to ‘advise’ for the re-election of the 2013 CEC members which was based on totally false and unfounded reasons.
“We wish to reiterate that the DAP is not afraid of holding any party elections.
“In the meantime we will make efforts to meet with the RoS to discuss way forward,” he said at the DAP headquarters, last night.
In 2013, the RoS had ordered a re-election of DAP’s CEC after it found irregularities and manipulation of votes by the party in its initial election in December 2012.
After the re-election, there were claims by some party members that they were denied the right to attend the party congress as delegates.
In a statement earlier this month, RoS director-general Datuk Mohammad Razin Abdullah instructed DAP to hold a re-election of the party’s CEC, saying that it is necessary as the election of CEC members and key positions via a re-election on Sept 29, 2013 was deemed unlawful.
According to Lim, RoS’ statement saying that there were eligible delegates for the DAP CEC re-election held in 2013 and who were denied their rights to vote, was false.
He claimed the that the number of delegates who were eligible to attend was exactly the same as its initial 2012 election.
He said it was confirmed by independent auditors who witnessed the 2013 re-election.
The Penang Chief Minister also claimed that RoS’ statement which says that there was discrepancy between the number of eligible delegates, was also untrue.
“There were 751 eligible branches in 2012. The same 2,576 delegates from the same 751 eligible branches were notified for the 2013 CEC re-election.
“There were indeed a total of 985 branches in DAP in 2013. However, only 751 branches with 2,576 delegates were eligible to vote in the 2013 re-election.
“There were never 865 eligible branches for the 2012 CEC election,” he added.
Lim who is also the Bagan Member of Parliament questioned the RoS’ decision, which he claimed as being a “fictitious report”.
He added, DAP now has several options, including holding the re-election under protest or mounting a legal challenge against RoS’ decision.
“We hope that in the interest of justice and fair-play, the Registrar can act responsibly and professionally to meet us soon,” he said, adding that DAP has made efforts to meet up with the RoS since Monday.
– https://www.nst.com.my

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