PAROI: PAS deputy president Tuan Ibrahim Tuan Man has known as on the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Fee to provide you with clear pointers of what constituted bribery in an election.
At a ceramah right here, Tuan Ibrahim stated whereas he was not questioning the MACC, there was a necessity for the fee to provide you with an inventory of Do’s and Don’ts.
He contrasted the totally different choices about what constituted an election offence, when a suggestion of free bus rides for voters was dominated out, whereas the deputy prime minister’s supply of grants for Terengganu youths was allowed.
He stated there was a necessity for some consistency as to what political events might do whereas on the marketing campaign path.
“We don’t need a scenario the place one factor is appropriate and the following minute it isn’t.”
On Friday, deputy prime minister Ahmad Zahid Hamidi, in saying grants for teenagers in Terengganu, urged them to vote for the “blue and purple wave” on the state elections subsequent month.
He additionally stated that the quantity allotted could also be elevated relying on the outcomes of the Aug 12 polls.
Earlier at the moment, MACC’s chief commissioner Azam Baki stated the announcement was above board: if the allocations had been permitted by the federal authorities then “there isn’t any factor of bribery.”