DAP “PAS Penang Unhappy..??”

pas vs dapWe wrote on January 6th 2013 as “Schoolboys Error In Tabulation or Otherwise..?”on the Elections Glitch by DAP.

It’s resurfacing again and ROS (Registrar of Society)as the relevant authority should be questioning the party. There are some members who are unhappy or need to know the truth but it seems the book will be slammed at them with 18(C) Societies Act  that it cannot be challenged in court.

Correct! Spot on! PRS (Party Rakyat Sarawak)went through it and so did PBDS/SNAP which are Barisan National Coalition parties. Is there an exccption to the rule? At the time of writing this came out filed at 2.18pm{Registrar of Societies (ROS) is calling all those who have submitted memorandum about the DAP polls fiasco to meet this week.}

Read more: DAP polls fiasco: ROS calls on members who submitted memo to meet – Latest – New Straits Times http://www.nst.com.my/latest/dap-polls-fiasco-ros-calls-on-members-who-submitted-memo-to-meet-1.205610#ixzz2IgPci8B8

DAP we anticipate will come up with a statement “our members leave it to the party leaders fine judgement and those who submitted are not members or former members” Will they just do that?

This too have come out openly from PAS Penang current and former members which was a demonstration of another matter “Allah issue” but even so the above was brought up. Former state PAS Youth chief Mohd Hafiz Mohd Nordin told the DAP to clean up its own party, which had recently been tainted by an electoral glitch during the central executive committee polls.

He said Malays knew that the DAP was trying to promote a non-Malay, Zairil Khir Johari, as a Malay leader.

DAP Karpal and his merry men will say its a CLOSED CASE as far as another party election is concerned but it takes only those BRAVE DAP member to submit their memorandums plus findings to ROS and lodge a formal complaint.

It will be ROS show after that. Don’t you think so? 


* Section 18c of the act reads that “any matter relating to the affairs of the party shall be final and conclusive and such decision shall not be challenged, appealed against, reviewed, quashed or called in question in any court on any ground.”

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