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PAS election results (Updated at 11.32am)

Updated at 11.32am
Corrected at 12.10pm, 6 June 2009


Rivals Husam and Nasharuddin making up after results were announced

SHAH ALAM, 6 JUNE 2009: Incumbent PAS deputy president Nasharuddin Mat Isa beat his main challenger Datuk Husam Musa by (corrected) 199 votes to retain his position in a tight race fought on a pro-Umno versus pro-Pakatan Rakyat platform.

Nasharuddin, a religious teacher who has held the deputy presidency since 2005, won (corrected) 480 votes against Husam’s 281.

Husam, who is a Kelantan executive councillor and was party vice-president in the last term, went for broke in running against Nasharuddin.

A third challenger, Mohamad Sabu, garnered 261 votes.

Voting was conducted yesterday after 3pm until 6pm, with counting of ballots until around 2am today. Party elections director Datuk Mustaffa Ali said of the 1,044 delegates eligible to vote, only 1,026 ballots were cast. There were no recounts. There were also four spoilt votes for the deputy president’s ballot.

Mustaffa added that unofficial results which were circulating earlier that Husam had narrowly beat Nasharuddin “were not from us”.

In the vice-presidents’ race, outgoing PAS Youth chief Salahuddin Ayub, Pahang PAS commissioner Datuk Tuan Ibrahim Tuan Man, and party information chief Datuk Mahfuz Omar secured the three available seats.

Of the vice-presidents, only Tuan Ibrahim is a religious teacher. He is also a member of the Syura Council.

With party president Datuk Seri Abdul Hadi Awang retaining his post uncontested, the results for the rest of PAS’s central posts are listed below.

(Corrected)

PAS election results
 Post  Candidate  Votes
 Deputy president 
 Nasharuddin Mat Isa
 480
   Datuk Husam Musa
 281
   Mohamad Sabu  261
   
 Vice-president
 Datuk Mahfuz Omar  636
   Dr Mujahid Yusof Rawa  277
   Datuk Nik Mohd Amar Nik Abdullah   333
   Salahuddin Ayub  824
   Datuk Tuan Ibrahim Tuan Man  871

 

  Central Working Committee
 Candidate  Results
 Ab Ghani Abdul Rahman  In
 Abdul Ghani Samsudin  In
 Abdul Halim Abdul Rahman  Out
 Datuk Abu Bakar Chik  In
 Ahmad Sabki Yusof    Out
 Ahmad Rusli Ibrahim   Out
 Aiman Athirah al-Jundi  Out
 Datuk Amiruddin Hamzah  In
 Anuar Tan Abdullah  Out
 Asmuni Awi  Out
 Azizah Khatib Mat  Out
 Datuk Seri Azizan Abd Razak  In
 Azman Shapawi Abd Rani  Out
 Dr Dzulkefly Ahmad  In
 Halimah Ali  Out
 Hamzah Abdullah  Out
 Hamzah Jaaffar  Out
 Hasan @ Abd Rahman Abd Razak 
 Out
 Dr Hasan Mohd Ali   In
 Hashim Jasin  In
 Idris Haji Ahmad  In
 Iskandar Abdul Samad  Out
 Datuk Kamarudin Jaffar  In
 Khalid Abd Samad  Out
 Khalil Idham Lim   Out
 Dr Lo’ Lo’ Haji Mohamad Ghazali  In
 Mahfodz Mohamed   Out
 Mazlan Aliman  In
 Mariam Abdul Rashid   Out
 Misbahul Munir Masduki  Out
 Mohamad Taufek Abdul Ghani   Out
 Datuk Seri Mohamad Nizar Jamaluddin  In
 Mohamad Noor Mohamad   Out
 Mohamed Hanipa Maidin  In
 Mohd Abdul Wahid Endut  Out
 Mohd Anuar Tahir  Out
 Mohd Apandi Mohamed   Out
 Dr Mohd Hatta Md Ramli  In
 Dr Mujahid Yusof Rawa   In
 Mumtaz Md Nawi  Out
 Nik Mohd Amar Nik Abdullah   Out
 Nik Muhammad Zawawi Salleh  Out
 Omar Mohamed   Out
 Osman Sabran  Out
 Saari Sungib  Out
 Shafie Abu Bakar  Out
 Siti Mariah Mahmud  Out
 Dr Syed Azman Syed Ahmad Nawawi  In
 Taib Azamudden Md Taib  In
 Takiyuddin Hassan  Out
 Tuan Ibrahim Tuan Man  Out
 Wan Abd Rahim Wan Abdullah  Out
 Wan Hasrina Bt Wan Hassan  Out
 Zulkefly Mohamad Omar  Out

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4 Responses to “PAS election results (Updated at 11.32am)”

  1. Shanon Shah says:

    We have confirmation that Nasharuddin Mat Isa garnered 480 votes, and not 400 votes as we published in the story above. This means that Nasharuddin’s winning margin over Datuk Husam Musa is 199 votes, not 119 as reported. We will officially publish a correction as soon as we are able to. We truly regret this very human, but very glaring, error.

    Shanon Shah
    Columns and Comments Editor

  2. Congratulations Dr. Lo’ Lo’, but it seems we’re seeing a shift towards conservatism and a pro-Umno stance.

  3. mat says:

    Clearly PAS chose to ignore the needs for change. The results are a big letdown. Time for me to leave the party. I have no faith on the integrity of the ulama.

  4. sino says:

    What a disappointment for Pakatan Rakyat’s partners. Datuk Husam Musa, no thanks to PAS delegates.


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