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Zul Noordin Kantoi Lagi - Pendedahan Raja Petra

Posted by Love Perak | Friday, May 14, 2010 | 0 comments »

Sumber : Perisik Rakyat/Malaysia Today

Nota Editor:
Mengikut pendedahan Raja Petra yang terbaru, rupanya Zul Noordin tidak fail penyata kewangan untuk tahun 2004. Lepas tu, apabila kes tersebut di bawa ke mahkamah, Zul Noordin telah cuba memalsukan penyata kewangan. Malangnya, penipuan Zul Noordin telah diketahui oleh UMNO. kalau hanya setakat tidak menghantar penyata kewangan, Zul cuma akan hilang kerusi Parlimen sahaja. Namun, kesalahan memalsukan dokumen bakal menyebabkan Zul merengkok dalam penjara.

Tapi, Najib bijak dan menggunakan peluang ini membeli Zul Noordin untuk bekerja untuk Najib. Tugas utama Zul Noordin adalah menjana kejatuhan Kerajaan Kedah.

Sememangnya penggerak UMNO dan BN adalah penjenayah. Macam si Zul Noordin.Selamat membaca.

Sekian

Zul’s assignment is to return Kedah to Barisan Nasional
Raja Petra Kamarudin

The issue is simple, really. Every candidate who contests the state and parliamentary elections is supposed to file a copy of his or her statement of accounts or statement of expenditure with the Elections Commission. This to ensure that no one violates the Election Offences Act by spending more than RM100,000 for a state seat and RM200,000 for a parliament seat.

Now, if you fail to file your statement of accounts/expenditure or your statement shows you have spent more than the allowed figure or your statement is in error, such as many expenses are missing from your statement, then the Elections Commission can disqualify you.

In short, you lose your seat.

Zulkifli Noordin, the PKR candidate who won the Kulim parliament seat in the 2008 general election, did not submit his statement of expenditure for the 2004 general election. And the Umno candidate who lost, Abdul Aziz Sheikh Fadzir, had proof of this. So Aziz filed an election petition to ask the court to disqualify Zul. (Remember Aziz, the man who wanted to burn down the Selangor Chinese Assembly Hall about ten years ago?)

Zul panicked. So he quickly doctored a set of accounts with forged documents and bills to buttress his case in court. Unfortunately, Zul got caught. Now it is no longer a simple case of failing to file your statement of accounts, which is a mere disqualification. It is now a case of fraud, which is a criminal offence that attracts a jail sentence.

The Prime Minister saw a golden opportunity in Zul’s predicament. Zul has been caught with his pants down. So the PM summoned Zul for a meeting and told the latter that Umno will withdraw the election petition and help save his arse. But he must first agree to a deal. And the deal is: Zul need not go to jail, but he would have to ensure the return of Kedah to Barisan Nasional.

In short, Zul will act as Umno’s Trojan Horse in Pakatan Rakyat.

Zul agreed to the deal and the PM instructed Aziz to withdraw the election petition. Aziz was mad as hell (he knew Zul was dead meat) but he had no choice in the matter. He reluctantly withdrew the election petition and Zul was saved. But now Zul works for Umno, no longer for Pakatan Rakyat.

Now can you understand why Zul is doing the things he is doing? No doubt it appears odd that Zul is doing all sorts of things that is hurting the opposition. But that was the deal. And once Kedah falls then Zul would have paid his dues and he can then officially join Umno.

When you lie to cover a lie you eventually get caught. And Zul got caught. If he had not tried to cover his mistake by forging his statement of accounts then at worse he just loses his seat. But because he forged his statement of accounts it is now more than a simple disqualification. It is fraud. And the crime of fraud is more serious. You can go to jail.

Umno just loves criminals. Criminals can be used. And since Zul made the mistake of doing something criminal, Umno is able to use him. And use him Umno did, and still is.

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Kulim poll petition hearing put off to Aug 19

22 July 2008 (Malaysiakini) -- The High Court, which is due to hear the Kulim-Bandar Baharu election petition today, has postponed it to Aug 19.

This is the second time that the hearing for the election petition has been put off - the court was to hear the case two days ago.

Judge Balia Yusoff Wahi has last month set July 20 to hear the petition after dismissing preliminary objection raised by the winning candidate Zulkifli Noordin from PKR to strike out the petition.

The petition was filed by Umno candidate Abdul Aziz Sheikh Fadzir on the grounds that Zulkifli had failed to submit his statement of expenditure from his 2004 general election campaign.

Under the Election Act, candidates who do not submit their statement of expenditure to the Election Commission can be disqualified from contesting in future elections.

In the 2004 general election, Zulkifli contested the Kuala Langat parliamentary seat in Selangor but lost to Umno's Dr Shafie Mohd Salleh.

In the election petition, Abdul Aziz also claimed that the returning officer had failed to act against Zulkifli despite having documents confirming his failure to submit the statement of expenditure.

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Aziz Sheikh Fadzir Withdraws Petition Against Zulkifli Noordin

ALOR STAR, 13 Oct 2008 (Bernama) -- The Alor Star High Court today struck out the election petition for Kulim/Bandar Baharu parliamentary seat after Barisan Nasional (BN) candidate Datuk Abdul Aziz Sheikh Fadzir decided to withdraw the petition.

Justice Datuk Balia Yusof Wahi made the decision after Abdul Aziz's counsel, Firoz Hussein Ahmad Jamaludin told the court of his client's decision.

The withdrawal allows Parti Keadilan Rakyat (PKR) candidate Zulkifli Noordin to continue as MP for Kulim/Bandar Baharu.

In the petition filed by Abdul Aziz in April this year, he had named Zulkifli, the returning officer and the Election Commission (EC) as the first, second and third respondents respectively.

Abdul Aziz had sought that the court declared the March 8 election results for the Kulim/Bandar Baharu seat null and void. Zulkifli won the seat, polling 22,255 votes against Abdul Aziz's 16,672 votes.

In the petition, Abdul Aziz claimed that Zulkifli had failed to submit his statement of expenditure when he contested the Kuala Langat parliamentary seat in the 2004 general election, which contravenes the Election Act.

He also claimed that the returning officer had failed to act against Zulkifli's nomination despite the fact that the EC had the documents confirming Zulkifli's failure to submit his statement of expenditure.

Abdul Aziz when met outside the court said that his decision to withdraw the petition was made after a discussion with BN leaders.

He said the decision was made after taking into consideration the current global economic instability and the price hikes caused by the erratic oil price, the increasing depression felt by the people and various other problems that needed attention.

"In the interests of the people in Kulim Bandar Baharu and the country, I am willing to sacrifice my right to challenge Zulkifli so that the people and the government can work together to stabilise the country's political situation, economy and unity that are in critical condition right now," he said.

He said that he also respected the decision made by the voters in the March 8 general election and would continue to serve the people in Kulim Bandar Baharu through a Barisan service centre that he had set up since April.

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BN withdraws Kulim-Bdr Baru election petition

ALOR STAR, 13 October 2008 (The Star) -- A High Court here has struck out an election petition for the Kulim-Bandar Baru parliamentary seat after Barisan Nasional candidate Datuk Abdul Aziz Sheikh Fadzir withdrew his petition.

Justice Datuk Balia Yusof Wahi made the decision after Abdul Aziz's counsel Firoz Hussein Ahmad Jamaludin told the court of his client's decision on Monday.

The withdrawal allowed PKR candidate Zulkifli Nordin to continue as Member of Parliament for Kulim-Bandar Baru.

When met outside the court Monday, Abdul Aziz said that his decision to withdraw the petition was made after discussions with Barisan leaders.

He said the decision was made after taking into consideration the current economic situation.

“I am willing to sacrifice my right to challenge Zulkifli so that the people and the government can work together to stabilise the country's political, economic and unity situation, which are in critical condition right now,” he said.

He said that he also respected the decision made by Kulim-Bandar Baru voters in the March 8 general election.

Abdul Aziz also said that he would continue to serve the people in Kulim-Bandar Baru through a Barisan service centre that he had since set up.

In the petition he filed in April this year, he had named Zulkifli, the returning officer and the Election Commission (EC) as the first, second and third respondents respectively.

Abdul Aziz had requested the court to declare that the March 8 election results for the Kulim-Bandar Baru seat be null and void.

Zulkifli won the seat, polling 22,255 votes against Abdul Aziz's 5,583.

Zulkifli was recently embroiled in the controversy involving the Bar Council forum on Muslim conversion.

The PKR disciplinary committee is inquiring into his action, but has not taken any disciplinary measure yet.

In the petition Abdul Aziz claimed that Zulkifli had failed to submit his statement of expenditure when he contested the Kuala Langat parliamentary seat in the 2004 general election, which contravenes the Election Act.

Abdul Aziz also claimed that the returning officer had failed to act against Zulkifli's nomination despite the fact that EC had the documents confirming Zulkifli's failure to submit his statement of expenditure.

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