,Perak DAP cousins Nga Kor Ming and Ngeh Koo Ham's faction made a clean sweep in the state party elections today - which were marred by allegations of voters being "smuggled in".The Nga-Ngeh team won all of the 15 state committee posts up for grabs.Nga and Batu Gajah MP V Sivakumar tied in first place with 1,228 votes each, while Taiping MP Teh Kok Lim came in at 15th spot with 1,102 votes.Ngeh came in sixth with 1,216 votes. Another notable winner was Tebing Tinggi assemblyperson Abdul Aziz Bari, who came in third with 1,224 votes.A total of 1,735 ballots were issued today.The leaders challenging the Nga-Ngeh camp, DAP vice-chairperson M Kulasegaran and his running-mate Thomas Su Keong Siong, received 540 and 550 votes respectively.Earlier, the Kula-Su camp accused the committee handling the election of still calling for delegates to attend the convention, even after registration had closed.They pointed out that some delegates were seen wearing handwritten name tags, as opposed to the computer-generated identification.At 1pm, Malaysiakini learnt that DAP secretary-general Lim Guan Eng had a meeting with Kulasegaran and Su to discuss their dispute on the election process.Lim called the duo into a VIP room at the convention centre for discussion at 12.35pm after the commotion occurred.The talk lasted about 15 minutes. However, Kulasegaran did not comment to the media while Su only said he believed the party election will be held in a fair and transparent manner.When contacted by Malaysiakini, Su declined to give further details.
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