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Mon, 17 May 2010 23:23 .PUTRAJAYA: The Barisan Nasional will honour the pledges it has made to the people of the Sibu parliamentary constituency, Deputy Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin said today.

Ini namanya Projek Jambatan 2..thee he he Projek Jambatan 1 kat Manek Urai tak jadi..thee he he

Dana Projek Jambatan Manek Urai nak dibawak ke Sibu

Projek Jambatan Manek Urai penuh kontroversi..thee he he ada yang dengki, jeles.

Projek Jambatan Manek Urai tak akan terjadi sebab ada ancaman dalaman...thee he he

"Buek la jembatan ekau tu..den bakar nanti..percayo lah..den BAKA jembatan tu!!" - tau sapa cakap macam tu? theee he he he

Tak tau tanya mamak bendahara TunGKEK!! gagagagagaga!!!gagagaga!!!!!1

Muhyiddin, who is the BN deputy chairman, said the BN government did not regard the defeat in yesterday's by-election there as an end to the implementation of its policies.

"Everything which was announced by the prime minister (Najib Tun Razak) and me and any other BN leader will be fulfilled. Some of the pledges have been fulfilled, whether they involve the Iban, Malay, Melanau, Bumiputera or Chinese communities, and whether they are Muslims, Christians or of other religions. We do not differentiate.

"We will carry through our commitment. We do not see the by-election as an end (to the implementation of our policies)," he told reporters after chairing a meeting of the Cabinet Committee on Human Capital Development, here.

The DAP captured the Sibu seat when its candidate, Wong Ho Leng, won a three-cornered fight with a 398-vote majority. Wong, who is also Bukit Assek state assemblyman, garnered 18,845 votes against Robert Lau Hui Yew of the BN, who obtained 18,447 votes, while independent Narawi Haron received 232 votes.

Muhyiddin said that though the BN was disappointed with the outcome, it accepted the result as it was the choice of the constituents.

He said the BN would analyse the reasons for its defeat and have discussions with the Sarawak BN in order to recapture the seat in the next election.

"Going beyond a post-mortem, we want to evaluate the performance of the existing (election) machinery as well as the approach we have used.

"We were made to understand that the situation in Sarawak was different from that in the peninsula but, from what we have seen, the sentiments of the voters are not any different.

"As such, we will use a more suitable approach. We will take stock of the situation and will hold discussions with the Sarawak BN," he said.

An eyeopener

In KUCHING, Sarawak BN chairman Taib Mahmud said the coalition respected the outcome of the by-election because it was the people's choice.

The Sarawak chief minister said the Sarawak BN would conduct a post-mortem to identify the causes of the BN's defeat.

The defeat of the BN should not be used as the yardstick for the support of the people in the state for the BN, he told reporters before chairing a meeting at the Parti Pesaka Bumiputera Bersatu (PBB) headquarters prior to the sitting of the State Legislative Assembly.

In KUALA LUMPUR, MCA president Dr Chua Soi Lek said the result should serve as an eye-opener for the BN to take stock of its weaknesses and to review its approach towards issues, policies and other matters close to the people's heart.

He said the government must listen to grievances of the Chinese voters in Sarawak and the Peninsula and ask itself whether issues confronting the community had been addressed urgently.

"We can no longer pretend there are no issues and sweep things under the carpet. The BN must take heed of the election results and analyse its implications," he said in a statement.

Meanwhile, Sarawak United People's party organising secretary Peter Chin Fah Kui said a study should be undertaken to identify the local issues to be overcome in facing the next state election.

"We can then rectify the weaknesses and hope to convince the Chinese voters (to support the BN)," the Energy, Green Technology and Water Minister told reporters after a visit to the Langat 2 water treatment plant for the Pahang-Selangor Raw Water Transfer Project in Jalan Hulu Langat.

Chin dismissed claims that the decline in Chinese support for the BN, as experienced in the Hulu Selangor by-election last month, had spread to Sarawak.

In PADANG BESAR, Umno vice-president Hishammuddin Tun Hussein said the BN had to correct certain weaknesses following its loss.

He said, however, that the defeat did not reflect an absence of support from the people for the BN.

"We can identify the weaknesses from the by-election and we should rectify them so as to be able to face the next general election," he told reporters after opening the annual meetings of Umno branches of the party's Padang Besar division.

Hishammuddin, who is the Home Minister, said the BN machinery should be streamlined and it should work as an integrated unit.

He said Sabah and Sarawak held great potential in the context of making a success of the 1Malaysia concept as they had various ethnic groups.

- Bernama

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