SHAH ALAM: Lim Kit Siang obtained the most number of votes at the re-election of DAP’s central executive committee, reported The Star Online.
The party adviser obtained 1,199 votes while Puchong MP Gobind Singh Deo came in second with 1,198 votes.
Penang Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng got the third most number of votes at 1,180.
Among the others who made it were Anthony Loke Siew Fook (1,175), Liew Chin Tong (1,123), Teo Nie Ching (1,080), Chong Chieng Jen (1,057), Teresa Kok (1,033), Tan Kok Wai (1,021) and Tony Pua (1,020).
The rest were Nga Kor Ming (967), Fong Kui Lun (949), Chow Kon Yeow (900), M Kula Segaran (826), Chong Eng (734), Datuk Teng Chang Khim (702), Ronnie Liu, (688), Ngeh Koo Ham (659), Zairil Khir Johari (649) and V. Sivakumar (586).
Bernama earlier reported that there were 62 candidates vying for the 20 seats at its Special Congress 2017 today.
The re-elections for the seats had been ordered by the Registrar of Societies on July 17.
It was mandated by ROS after it rejected the outcome of the original elections on Dec 12, 2012 and Sept 29, 2013 due to irregularities.
DAP appointed independent audit firm Grant Thornton based in the United States to manage today’s re-elections.