© 2007 sam

Like dat oso can?

Election Commission (EC) chairman said yesterday that the following are not vote buying or bribing the voters:

1. Development promises by ministers to voters during an election

2. Allocations, given out in kind by ministers during elections

because, the Tan Sri said,

ministers and functionaries, people connected to the government, they’re doing their job.

and, he added,

vote-buying was not the EC’s problem.

By the way, the newspaper just reported:

In the recently-concluded Machap by-election in Malacca, voters benefitted from newly-paved roads, hundreds of new street lamps, and a RM1.2 million recreational area near the Durian Tunggal dam.

Other development goodies were also announced by the Barisan Nasional leadership, including 102 grants for housing lots for second-generation settler families at Felda Tun Ghafar Machap, and a RM3.7 million allocation to Felda Machap to upgrade water pipes, construct a multi-purpose hall and repair a mosque.

6 Comments

  1. Posted April 17, 2007 at 3:57 am | #

    this one is a real ‘de-lay no more’

  2. Posted April 17, 2007 at 4:39 pm | #

    pergi makan seafood at kuala selangor ?

  3. Posted April 17, 2007 at 5:11 pm | #

    chen jie: you dun bring us swim flower garden ah… or e wong will really kill you this time.

    heh heh heh

  4. sam
    Posted April 17, 2007 at 5:17 pm | #

    This time hope got no scary eyes candidate. But I am flying off to Shantou tomorrow for some work, come back only after May day. Enjoy your seafood (not Hakka) kawan!

    Ya lor. This is Queen’s punya territory! U Gao Gao Jan, she can really kick you in your a** hor. 😀

  5. Posted April 18, 2007 at 3:42 am | #

    Sam ko ko, where got ler?

    Can swim flower garden – so long as we have HAD DINNER first!

    come come! (plenty of work to go around!)

  6. Posted April 18, 2007 at 4:11 pm | #

    aiya…sam ko-ko not around …

    since is QUEEN area, ask queen bring us swim flower garden lor :p

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