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Nasharudin, Sabu and Husam retain their party posts

June 3, 2007
The latest line-up of Pas gives Malaysians in general a hope that the party will continue to take on the path of reforms and modernisation. Congratulations to my brothers and sisters in Pas.

I wish to remind Pas leaders that the media remians hostile to the party and any wrong moves by any section of the party will be played up out of proportion to damage the image of Pas.

Several issues came out of the muktamar has caused serious concern among the non-Muslims in general. The rejection of restoration of local government elections and Freedom of Information Act and the regimented stand on conversion have discouraged many rights activists.

I hope Pas will review its policies on these important issues. Kelantan government under Pas should have taken the lead on the issues of FOI and local elections.

I thought that Pas leaders who have a better understanding of Islam in general could be more liberal in their views on conversion.

I always hold the view that freedom of religion include the liberty to join and the liberty to leave so long as he or she must not attack or ‘bad-mouth’ the religion they onced embraced.

改革势力继续引领回教党
纳沙击败前长老蝉联署理

■日期/Jun 03, 2007   ■时间/01:39:40 pm
■新闻/家国风云   ■作者/Merdekareview陈慧思、曾薛霏
           

【本刊陈慧思、曾薛霏撰述】回教党内的改革意愿持续燃烧,原任回教党署理主席纳沙鲁丁(Nasharudin Mat Isa)成功击败该党前任长老会主席哈仑泰益(Harun Taib),蝉联署理主席职。此外,同样倾向于改革的原任副主席胡桑慕沙(Husam Musa)和莫哈末沙布(Mohamad Sabu)皆成功保住党职。

纳沙鲁丁以201票多数票击败哈仑泰益,赢了漂亮的一战。虽然纳沙鲁丁是一名宗教师,但是他被视为党内改革势力的先锋。他和同僚的胜出稳住了党内的改革势力,显示大部份回教党代表乐于迎接改变。

可是,从选名单看来,以宗教师为首的保守势力和以专业人士为首的改革势力势均力敌,回教党要迎来的激进的改革是近乎不可能的事,接下来两年相信改革派将以平稳的步伐引领该党朝向改革的目标前进。

回教党在循序改变中

回教党支持者俱乐部(Kelab Penyokong PAS)主席符芳侨接受《独立新闻在线》访问时指出,该组织非常欢迎纳沙鲁丁蝉联署理主席职。

新近受委为回教党全国主席华文媒体助理符芳侨(右图)形容,由倡导改革的胡桑慕沙和莫哈末沙布以及保守倾向的彭亨州主席阿末阿旺(Ahmad Awang)组成的副主席阵容是个“平衡的阵容”。

他表示,从副主席中选名单看来,回教党内的保守和改革力量皆能取得平衡,今后回教党必能朝开放及开明的方向前进。

此外,符芳侨指出,吉兰丹州的三名州行政议员陈升顿、达给俞丁(Takiyuddin Hassan)和聂阿玛尔(Nik Amar Nik Abdullah中选中委,显示回教党捍卫丹州政权的决心。

美国学者:改革无法速成

专研东南亚政治的约翰霍金大学(Johns Hopkins University)副教授碧莉洁韦尔(Bridget Welsh)指出,回教党尚无法接受大改革,党内的保守势力和改革势力仍旧互相角力,该党不可能在短期内摆脱保守的思想。

她指出,一个政党在改革之初肯定存在各种思想的拉扯,这是放诸四海皆准的道理;回教党内以专业人士为首的改革势力无法在朝夕之间取得压倒性的支持,是正常的现象。

碧莉洁是一名谙马来语的美国学者,她每年皆前来马来西亚观察各党政治,且曾多次出席回教党常年代表。据她今年的观察,回教党有改革意愿;该党将在改革与保守观念的拔河中,循序渐进地迎向相对的开放。

回教党从61日至3日,一连三天在吉兰丹首府哥打巴鲁(Kota Bharu)的吉兰丹宣教中心(Pusat Tarbiyah Islamiyah Kelantan)举行全国代表大会以及进行两年一度的选举。该党992名代表在61日进行投票,投选新的党领导层。今日中午,该党选举委员会副主席旺慕达立(Wan Mutalib Embong)宣布党选成绩。

旺慕达立宣布,1125名与会代表中的992人有投票权;992人当中,只有947人投出了手中的一票,其余45人弃权。

以下是回教党党选成绩:

注:打星号(*)代表原职者

      

议长:(不劳而获)

阿布卡欣(Abu Kassim Abdullah

副议长:

1. 胡先(Hussein Ismail691 中选

2. 依沙(Ishak Surin241                 废票:6

主席:(不劳而获)

哈迪阿旺(Hadi Awang

署理主席:

1. 纳沙鲁丁(Nasaruddin Mat Isa* 574 中选

2. 哈伦泰益(Haron Taib367

副主席:(选3位)

1. 阿末阿旺(Ahmad Awang427 中选

2. 胡桑慕沙(Husam Musa* 831 中选

3. 马弗兹(Mahfodz Mohamad

4. 玛夫兹奥玛(Mahfuz Omar

5. 莫哈末沙布(Mohamad Sabu* 666 中选

查帐:(2)

1. 阿都马力(Abd Malik Yusof554  中选

2. 姆哈莫拉西迪(Mohd Rashidi Hassan 443 中选

3. 姆扎米(Muzammil Hafiz

4. 罗斯里(Rosli Yaakob

5. 慕斯达化(Mustafa Abd Rahman

中央工作委员会委员:(选18位)

1. 阿都瓦胡(Abd Wahud Endut)
2. 阿都干尼阿都拉曼(Abdul Ghani Abdul Rahman)* 639票 中选
3. 阿都干尼三苏丁(Abdul Ghani Shamsudin)* 744票 中选
4. 阿都哈林(Abdul Halim Abdul Rahman)* 515票 中选
5. 阿都拉尼(Abdul Rani Osman)
6. 阿布巴卡(Abu Bakar Chik)681票 中选
7. 阿末(Ahmad Awang)
8. 阿米鲁丁(Amiruddin Hamzah)* 605票 中选
9. 安努亚(Anuar Tahir)
10. 陈升顿(Annuar Tan Abdullah)* 543票 中选
11. 阿斯穆尼(Asmuni Awi)*
12. 阿兹占(Azizan Abdul Razak)601票 中选
13. 阿兹莎(Azizah Khatib Mat)
14. 朱基菲利(Dzulkifli Ahmad)* 541票 中选
15. 哈利玛(Halimah Ali)
16. 哈尼法(Hanifa Maidin)* 636票 中选
17. 伊德里斯(Idris Ahmad)* 763票 中选
18. 卡立(Khalib Abd Samad)
19. 诺诺(Lo’Lo Ghazali)* 651票 中选
20. 马兹林(Mazlin Aliman)537票 中选
21. 米斯巴胡(Misbahul Munir Masduki)
22. 慕哈末诺(Mohamad Nor Mohamad)
23. 姆加希(Mujahid Yusuf Rawa)* 620票 中选
24. 孟塔兹(Mumtaz bt. Mohd Nawi)
25. 聂阿玛尔(Nik Amar Nik Abdullah)522票 中选
26. 法诺拉兹(Phahrorlrazi zawawi)
27. 南利(Ramli Sidom)
28. 罗斯利(Rosli Yaakob)
29. 沙里(Shaari Sugib)
30. 苏基(Subky Abdul Latif)
31. 赛阿末(Syed Ahmad Syed Ahmad Nawawi)* 668票 中选
32. 泰益(Taib Azamuddin)* 584票 中选
33. 达给俞丁(Takiyuddin Hassan)504票 中选
34. 端依布拉欣(Tuan Ibrahim Tuan Man)* 821票 中选
35. 朱卡耐因(Zulkarnain Abidin)

Congratulations to PAS!

May 21, 2007

The opening ceremony of the PAS new national headquarters at Jalan Raja Laut Kuala Lumpur will be held at 2.45pm today. Syabas dan Tahniah!

PAS’ new corporate-style headquarters
May 21, 07 11:48am Malaysiakini

Islamic opposition party PAS has sought to put a face of modernity to its image by setting up office in a corporate-style building in the heart of Kuala Lumpur.
The spanking new six-storey headquarters, which once served as the office of a RHB Bank branch, was undergoing its final stages of renovation when malaysiakini paid a visit earlier last week.

The new headquarters is a far cry from the party’s old office in Gombak’s Taman Melewar – a complex of buildings which include a hall that can accommodate 1,000 people.

The new building has a conference room with a capacity of no more than 250 people. For bigger meetings, the party will have to look elsewhere.

But what the new building lacks, it makes up with location – it is situated right in the city centre and only a few blocks away from arch-rival Umno’s 42-storey tower block.

The president’s office on the fourth floor has a sweeping view of the city including the Umno headquarters.

Party leaders took pains to hire an interior designer, who ensured that all the different floors are colour coordinated – for example, the PAS Youth’s office has dark blue carpeting, while the Muslimat (the women’s wing) spots a dash of purple and deep maroon.

Even the chairs and blinds are specially designed.

What’s the cost?

Asked about the cost of the building, PAS treasurer Dr Hatta Ramli was a little evasive. “Including the renovations, it would range between seven or eight million ringgit.”

Hatta, who gave malaysiakini a sneak preview of the building, revealed that there were concerns regarding the new headquarters being situated too near the Lorong Haji Taib red-light district, long known to be a hang-out of transvestites.

But it was decided that PAS members can do out-reach work in the area. “We can help clean up the area,” said Hatta.

Election Commission will help BN to win Kelantan

May 17, 2007

PAS Veep Husam has warned that Pas may lose Kelantan if they cannot stop the Election Commission from collaborating with BN.

The concerns expressed by Husam are very real. Something must be done to effect an electoral reform if the Oposition wishes to win elections. In the past, the EC has been given out different sets of electoral rolls to the Opposition. The electoral rolls they supplied to BN parties have all the details of the voters. What the Opposition received only contain the bare minimum information.

In Machap, our member Thomas Goh got a shock when he saw that his counterpart in MCA has got a different set of electorate roll with all kind of details, such as the name, IC No, full address, sex and where they registered as voter. And worst of all, the EC will come out with a set of electoral rolls for their officials which were different from they have sold to the Opposition on the polling day creating a huge confusion among the voters. A voter who found his or her name with our set of electoral roll may not be able to find it on the EC’s set, thus unable to vote. Again in ijok, I saw the electoral rolls sold to MCA were different from those sold to KeADILan.

That’s why many of us called the EC ‘another component party of BN’.  

PAS veep: We may lose Kelantan

Beh Lih Yi and Muda Mohd Noor
May 17, 07 5:02pm
Malaysiakini
Islamic party PAS is staring at the face of defeat. It is increasingly worried that Kelantan, which it has ruled for nearly two decades, will fall into the hands of its adversary, Umno.At present, PAS is clinging on to power with a single seat majority in the state. The party controls 23 seats while Umno 22.

However, party vice-president Husam Musa claimed that PAS could be shown the exit because of electoral malpractices and not due to a loss of support from the people.

He predicts that electoral irregularities, such as the manipulation of the electoral roll and multiple voting, will happen in the coming general election if no action is taken now.

“We’re finished, nobody can survive… Nobody can…” he said in an interview with malaysiakini earlier this week when asked on the chances of his party in recapturing the state.

The next general election is not due until April 2009 but political pundits have anticipated an early election to be called between late this year and March next year.

Kelantan has been under the control of PAS since the Islamic party first came into power after the 1990 general election but suffered a major setback in the last national polls in 2004.

In addition, the party also lost its hold over neighbouring Terengganu, which it won for the first time in the 1999 general election.

Dr M’s time was better

Husam, who is widely speculated to be tapped as the next menteri besar for Kelantan, said the election irregularities involving high voter turnout were not really evident until the last general election – the first under Prime Minister Abdullah Ahmad Badawi.

“This did not happen during (ex-premier Dr) Mahathir’s (Mohamad) time. No matter how bad it was under Mahathir, this trend (high voter turnout) only started in the 2004 general election,” said the state exco member.

He argued that now there are more allegations of irregularities especially with the dramatic increase in voter turnout as seen in the last general election and subsequent by-elections, except for Batu Talam, where the opposition staged a boycott.

He claimed that there was an on-going exercise to ‘remove’ PAS supporters from the electoral roll to be replaced by supporters of its rival parties and outsiders.

However, he said, this could not be detected or confirmed until the nomination day when contesting parties are given a copy of the principal electoral roll, which cannot be challenged in court since an amendment to the Election Act was made in 2002.

The amendment was carried out after an election court nullified the election results for Likas, Sabah in 2001, on the ground that its electoral roll was illegal and contained phantom voters. The amendment removed all legal avenues for parties to challenge the roll’s credibility.

Husam also claimed that the principal electoral roll differed from the supplementary electoral roll displayed in public places and certified every three months.

“The number of voters can remain the same. Let’s say there are 15,000 voters in a constituency – they can remove PAS supporters from the electoral roll and replace them with new voters or ‘designed voters’.

“This happened in Selangor during the last general election where 128,000 voters could not vote on polling day although they voted in the 1999 general election. When they found this out on polling day, they could not do anything,” he said.

Prepare for the worst

On the issue of multiple voting, he recalled PAS’ defeat in Terengganu in 2004 where Barisan Nasional supposedly gained an extra 93,000 votes despite the opposition’s votes being reduced by only 9,000 votes compared to the previous election.

“This is a real threat to us, not just imagination. It has been proven in Terengganu and Selangor in the last general election as well as the recent Ijok by-election,” he said.

Husam is puzzled why despite an increase of votes for the opposition in some of the recent by-elections, the BN still won.

If not for this issue, Husam is confident that PAS could win Kelantan “comfortably.”

Based on his own calculations, he argued that there has been a swing at an average of 13 percent from BN to the opposition in the past five by-elections since 2004.

This is a “big threat” to the ruling coalition, he said.

Since the Election Commission has yet to give any indication that it will accede to the opposition’s request for the use of indelible ink to prevent multiple voting, Husam said: “We need to prepare for the worst.”

He added that if the EC could do two things – ensure that the final electoral rolls are given out much earlier than nomination day and the introduction of indelible ink – then PAS would stand a fair chance in Kelantan.

If not, PAS is “finished” and can forget about forming the next government in the state which it has held for 17 years.

Watch the six-minute video here.
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NiK Aziz: Jais has no rights to split Hindu family

May 15, 2007

Tok Guru Nik Aziz, the Menteri Besar of Kelantan and also the spiritual leader of Pas , was said to have criticised JAIS for splitting up the P. Marimuthu’s family in Ulu Yam. It was reported that he has also criticised Sabah Umno for  stopping the construction of the Mazhu statue in Kudat.

I received these two pieces of ‘unconfirmed’ news from a Singaporean journalist. Strangely, none of the Malaysian newspapers have reported such news until today.

I would not be surprised if Nik Azizi has actually said these. Pas may be conservative in certain matters but Kelantan under the rule of Pas/ Nik Aziz has been more liberal than Umno in many matters concerning the welfare and rights of Non-Muslims. For instance, only in Kelantan you could find the largest sitting/sleeping Buddha statues, the mosque with Chinese traditional architecture, the sales of pork in open-air markets et cetera.

And unlike in Selangor, Melaka, Negri Sembilan, Penang, Kedah and Perak which were all under the ruling Umno-led BN coalition, the destruction of religious statues, temples, churches or kuils were unheard of in Kelantan.

Today, 57 NGOs and political parties including DAP issued a joint-statement on family and religion. Malaysiakini has the story…国内信仰纷争分裂家庭案日增
57团体疾呼人道须凌驾政治!
07年5月15日 下午3:45 Malaysiakini:
57个公民团体今日联署声名,促请关注国内一连串宗教信仰纠纷分裂家庭案日增的事件,不但威胁我国的多元文化、宗教与种族社会安宁,也危害婚姻与家庭体系。有关的联署团体涵盖面非常多元,涵盖了不同族群以及多元性质的民间组织,主要有人权、宗教、妇女、华团、印裔团体、社区、工会、政党、学术机构、新闻自由、青年、大专等组织。这项联署运动是由隆雪华堂民权委员会和青年团、大马人民之声(SUARAM)、妇女发展组织Women’s Development Collective (WDC)所发起,并由隆雪华堂民权委员会主席谢春荣,隆雪华堂青年团团长陈松林,大马人民之声执行总监叶瑞生,妇女发展组织执行总监玛丽亚陈阿都拉(Maria Chin Abdullah)所发出。

宗教局剥夺母亲抚养权

它们指出很不幸的,因宗教当局的政策与举措之故,已故登山英雄慕地(M Moorthy,左图)与已故拉雅班(A. Rayappan)的家属被迫承受难以想象的痛苦、忧虑与压力。数个政府单位利用法律缺陷,剥削像莎玛拉(S Shamala)以及苏芭丝妮(R. Subashini)这些母亲对自己孩子的抚养权,只因为她们离异的丈夫皈依了伊斯兰教。同样的,像丽娜佐尔(Lina Joy)这些想改变宗教信仰的人士,则因为一些掌权者根据狭隘的法律以及宗教教义诠释所采取的恣意决定,以致无权与自己心爱的人结合。

“最近发生另一件令人震惊的事。现年二十九岁的丽华蒂玛苏赛(Revathi Masoosai)(或名西蒂法迪玛,Siti Fatimah )与其丈夫苏烈西威拉班(S. Veerapan)及十五个月大的女儿被马六甲宗教官员强行拆散(右图)。丽华蒂的父母是穆斯林,但被祖母以兴都教徒方式抚养成人,并与一名兴度教徒结婚。最初,她被送到宗教改造中心一百天,随后马六甲回教法庭裁定她必须再留在宗教改造中心八十天。丽华蒂的丈夫也失去了女儿的抚养权,而被判予丽华蒂的穆斯林母亲。”

丽华蒂案家庭被强行拆散

“近期发生连串类似丽华蒂个案的事件,更令我们非常忧心。我们失望地发现我们这个多元族群与宗教的社会,竟然不允许不同信仰的家庭成员融洽地生活在一起。近日媒体报导了另一个因宗教局介入而导致家庭分离的个案。雪兰莪州宗教局禁止娜吉拉法温莉(Najeera Farvinli Mohammed Jalali)与其丈夫马根兰萨巴迪(Magendran Sabathy)生活在一起。因为她是个穆斯林,而他们的兴都教婚姻被判无效。在另一起事件中,莱玛比比(Raimah Bibi) 不得不与其丈夫马里慕都(P Marimuthu )和六个孩子分离,因为穆斯林与非穆斯林的婚姻不为法律所容。”

悲剧源自国家不当制裁举措

联署文告指出,人道精神必须凌驾政治。家庭内部为了个人安宁、和谐以及孩子所作的决定,必须受到尊重。所有关心社会的马来西亚人都应该站起来与其他思想进步的同胞和团体一起采取适当的政治及法律行动,阻止类似上述的悲剧继续发生。这些悲剧明显是因国家不当制裁举措所造成的。

“因此,我们赞同霹雳州皇储拉惹纳兹林殿下(HRH Raja Nazrin Shah)于4月3日在全国年轻律师委员会与公共政策研究中心联办的“青年圆桌论坛:大马国民团结与发展”研讨会上所发表的谈话。他认为,马来西亚是属于所有公民的,不论其族群、宗教与祖源地是什么。国族营造应该奠基于命运与目的共同体的认识之上。我们因而必须捍卫宪法的完整性,以达致这些共同目标。反之,高压手段只会破坏国族营造进程。如果我们在摆脱殖民者的统治后被迫面对新的专断政治威权,那么,独立对我国而言将失去意义。”

以下是57个公民团体联署声名全文:

尊重自由与多元价值,捍卫家庭与人道精神

国内一连串事件发展不但威胁我国的多元文化、宗教与种族社会安宁,也危害婚姻与家庭体系,我们以下56个联署公民团体在此表达深切关注。我国即将欢庆五十周年国庆,一些马来西亚人的行事却已失去人道精神的指导,因而对那些刚失去至亲或在外力干预下与至亲骨肉生离的痛苦,完全视而不见、听而不闻或者无动于衷;实在让人深以为忧。

每个人都有自由意志,因此,个人自由必须得到尊重。每个社群都有权表达与宣扬其价值观,政府、团体或个人都无权以威胁或暴力手段将价值观强加于他人身上。同样的,家庭的幸福与和谐是由其成员集体创造与界定,他们的选择必须受到尊重。

很不幸的,因宗教当局的政策与举措之故,已故登山英雄慕地(M Moorthy)与已故拉雅班(A. Rayappan)的家属被迫承受难以想象的痛苦、忧虑与压力。数个政府单位利用法律缺陷,剥削像莎玛拉(S Shamala)以及苏芭丝妮(R. Subashini)这些母亲对自己孩子的抚养权,只因为她们离异的丈夫皈依了伊斯兰教。同样的,像丽娜佐尔(Lina Joy)这些想改变宗教信仰的人士,则因为一些掌权者根据狭隘的法律以及宗教教义诠释所采取的恣意决定,以致无权与自己心爱的人结合。

最近发生另一件令人震惊的事。现年二十九岁的丽华蒂玛苏赛(Revathi Masoosai)(或名西蒂法迪玛,Siti Fatimah )与其丈夫苏烈西威拉班(S. Veerapan)及十五个月大的女儿被马六甲宗教官员强行拆散。丽华蒂的父母是穆斯林,但被祖母以兴都教徒方式抚养成人,并与一名兴度教徒结婚。最初,她被送到宗教改造中心一百天,随后马六甲回教法庭裁定她必须再留在宗教改造中心八十天。丽华蒂的丈夫也失去了女儿的抚养权,而被判予丽华蒂的穆斯林母亲。

近期发生连串类似丽华蒂个案的事件,令我们非常忧心。我们失望地发现我们这个多元族群与宗教的社会,竟然不允许不同信仰的家庭成员融洽地生活在一起。近日媒体报导了另一个因宗教局介入而导致家庭分离的个案。雪兰莪州宗教局禁止娜吉拉法温莉(Najeera Farvinli Mohammed Jalali)与其丈夫马根兰萨巴迪(Magendran Sabathy)生活在一起。因为她是个穆斯林,而他们的兴都教婚姻被判无效。在另一起事件中,莱玛比比(Raimah Bibi) 不得不与其丈夫马里慕都(P Marimuthu )和六个孩子分离,因为穆斯林与非穆斯林的婚姻不为法律所容。

人道精神必须凌驾政治。家庭内部为了个人安宁、和谐以及孩子所作的决定,必须受到尊重。所有关心社会的马来西亚人都应该站起来与其他思想进步的同胞和团体一起采取适当的政治及法律行动,阻止类似上述的悲剧继续发生。这些悲剧明显是因国家不当制裁举措所造成的。

因此,我们赞同霹雳州皇储拉惹纳兹林殿下(HRH Raja Nazrin Shah)于4月3日在全国年轻律师委员会与公共政策研究中心联办的“青年圆桌论坛:大马国民团结与发展”研讨会上所发表的谈话。他认为,马来西亚是属于所有公民的,不论其族群、宗教与祖源地是什么。国族营造应该奠基于命运与目的共同体的认识之上。我们因而必须捍卫宪法的完整性,以达致这些共同目标。反之,高压手段只会破坏国族营造进程。如果我们在摆脱殖民者的统治后被迫面对新的专断政治威权,那么,独立对我国而言将失去意义。

我们呼吁所有社会人士、团体与社群珍惜和包容大马社会的多元文化,并尊重来自不同族群与宗教背景的同胞。目前,某些思想狭隘的政客与官员的言行已给我们的家庭体系带来破坏,使到许多无辜的人承受巨大的打击与痛苦。所有来自不同族群与宗教背景的马来西亚人都必须设法阻止这种危险的趋势,否则,“五十周年国庆”对我们而言将会是一个空洞的口号。

联署团体:
1. 吉隆坡暨雪兰莪中华大会堂
2. 大马人民之声(SUARAM)
3. Women’s Development Collective (WDC)
4. The Women’s Aid Organization (WAO)
5. 马来西亚佛教、基督教、兴都教、锡克教及道教宗教理事会
6. Herald-The Catholic Weekly
7. TENAGANITA
8. Women’s Centre for Change Penang
9. 马来西亚职工总会(MTUC)
10. 全国人权协会(HAKAM)
11. ALIRAN
12. 民主行动党 (DAP)
13. 马来西亚社会主义党(PSM)
14. 马来西亚华校董事联合会总会(董总)
15. 马来西亚华校教师会总会(教总)
16. 马来西亚留台校友会联合总会
17. 森美兰中华大会堂
18. 森美兰中华大会堂青年团
19. Group of Concerned Citizens
20. Jaringan Rakyat Terindas(JERIT)
21. Community Development Centre(CDC)
22. Hindu Rights Action Force (HINDRAF)
23. Alaigal
24. Vivekananda Youth Movement Seremban
25. Center for Orang Asli Concerns (COAC)
26. All Petaling Jaya Pro Action Committee (APPAC)
27. 槟城自救会(Save Ourselves)
28. 大马选民力量(MALVU)
29. Penang watch
30. 维护媒体独立撰稿人联盟(WAMI)
31. Centre for Independent Journalism (CIJ)
32. Pusat Komunikasi Masyarakat (KOMAS)
33. 马来西亚青年与学生民主运动(学运)
34. Centre for Policy Initiatives
35. Coordination of Action Research on AIDS and Mobility ( CARAM Asia )
36. Research for Social Advancement (REFSA)
37. 雪隆华校校友会联合会
38. 雪隆华校校友会联合会青年团
39. 森美兰华校校友会联合会
40. 白小保校工委会
41. 马来西亚华文小学家长会总会筹委会(家总)
42. 雪隆理华同学会
43. 坤成校友会
44. 巴生光华中学校友会
45. 隆雪惠安泉港公会
46. 森美兰永春会馆
47. 马来西亚乡青总团联谊会
48. 雪隆兴安会馆青年团
49. 雪兰莪福建会馆青年团
50. 雪隆广东会馆青年团
51. 柔佛州中华总会青年团
52. 全国大专联谊会
53. 马来亚大学新青年协会(UMANY)
54. 马大华文学会
55. 理大华文学会
56. 博大华文学会
57. 马六甲中华大会堂青年团