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Malaysia Kini :- Ex-judge: Courts must not fear syariah agencies in conversion cases

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How serious is the Malaysian Election Commission in bringing about free, fair and clean elections?

Posted: 13 May 2016 09:20 PM PDT

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阿德南不应身兼二职

Posted: 14 May 2016 01:10 AM PDT

(古晋14日讯)阿德南不应该兼任首长和财长职。
民主行动党古晋市国会议员兼哥打圣淘沙州议员张健仁指出,首长和财长职集于一身,不是一个健康的民主议会规律。 因为,财长在内阁的角色是控制开支和避免滥用拨款。 如今,首长和财政职集於一人,这内阁的内部控制制度就失去作用。
张氏说,最佳例子证明这种安排对国家和政府所造成的破坏就是纳吉。 纳吉也是集首相和财长于一身的国家领导。
张氏也说,将首长和财长这两个最重要的职位集於一人,是在制造滥权和贪污的温床。
"更甚的是,阿德南不只是身兼首长和财长职位,他更是第一天然资源和环境部长,管理砂州的森林和土地,两个砂州最大的资源。 这根本就是集极权於一身。"
张健仁表示,任何有基本民主意识的砂拉越人,也不愿看到砂州最重要的3个部长的职权,集於一人身上。
"如果阿德南有诚意要落实一个透明的行政,那他至少应该委任其他人做财政部长的职位。"

Adenan should not hold both the Chief Minister and the Finance Minister posts.

Posted: 14 May 2016 12:55 AM PDT

Adenan should not hold both the Chief Minister and the Finance Minister posts.
It is never a healthy democratic practice to have both the Chief Minister post and finance minister post held by ONE single person. The role of a finance minister is always to provide a check and control within the cabinet on the spending by the cabinet. With the Chief Minister post and finance minister post held by one person, such internal control mechanism is removed.
The most obvious example of such unhealthy practice causing damage to the country is Najib who holds both the Prime Minister post and the Finance Minister post.
To have one person holding both the portfolios is to open oneself to abuse of the power and even corruption.
It is even worst in the case of Adenan because he is not only holding both the Chief Minister and Finance Minister posts but he is also holding the First Resource Planning and Environment Minister position (who controls the forest and land resources, the two largest and richest natural resources of the State).
All the 3 most powerful ministries are held by ONE person, Adenan. This is surely not what right-thinking Sarawakians want to see.
If Adenan truly wants to implement a more transparent system in his administration, he should not be holding all these 3 most power portfolio.
14-5-2016
Chong Chieng Jen
MP for Bandar Kuching / ADUN for Kota Sentosa
DAP Sarawak Chairman

阿德南欺骗选民

Posted: 14 May 2016 12:49 AM PDT

(古晋14日讯)石角选民被阿德南耍,也被国阵骗了。
民主行动党古晋市国会议员兼哥打圣淘沙州议员张健仁是针对昨日公布的内阁成员,没有一个华裔副首长被委任之事,如是表示。
张健仁指出,在州选期间,阿德南在其言论中,误导石角选民,制造一个假象让石角的人民都认为,如果要有一位华裔副首长,就必须让国阵人联党华裔候选人胜出。 这番话是阿德南在替沈桂贤拉票时说的,他甚至用沈桂贤之父沈庆鸿来加强那'副首长'的诱饵。
张氏也指出,阿德南讲了那番话之后,人联党的宣传重点也放在"要选一个副首长",而整个焦点人选就是当时人联党石角区候选人沈桂贤。
张氏说,如今投票过后还不到一个星期,阿德南居然反口不认账,说他没有说过要委任沈桂贤为副首长。
"对于那些今次投选国阵的石角华裔选民而言,他们感到被骗和被耍。"
"更甚的是,阿德南居然还厚颜说,若要人联党有华裔副首长,需有像以往19席一般。 在如今人联党只出战13席的情况下,阿德南讲这番话根本就是在消遣人联党和华社。"
张氏也指出,就连委任沈桂贤的部长职,也比以往委任人联党部长的权力更小,从原本的'地方政府与社区发展'部,缩小为只有'地方政府'部而已。
他深表遗憾,受到这种待遇,沈桂贤身为人联党主席,不但没有抗议,还沾沾自喜的认为有部长职就好,更还感谢首长的厚待。
"如此的华裔部长,连自身的权利也不敢和不会争取,又如何敢替人民争取权益?"
"有如此的所谓华裔部长在内阁,可想象,砂州华裔的权益和地位,在过去10年行动党逐渐强大期间的逐步提升,将在507之后,就如2006年前一般,跟着行动党的势微,华裔的权益和地位,也会逐步的滑落和被侵蚀。"
图中张健仁出示4月29日华文报章的复印和今日报章头条,彰显选前选后的矛盾

Sarawak Chinese cheated, claims state DAP

Posted: 13 May 2016 12:44 AM PDT

The Chinese in Sarawak have been "cheated" since Chief Minister Adenan Satem did not appoint a Chinese as deputy chief minister in his new cabinet, says Sarawak DAP chief Chong Chieng Jen.
"I think the whole thing is the Chinese community, especially the Batu Kawah voters have been cheated. Less than a week, and well, the betrayal of the Batu Kawah voters by Adenan," Chong told Malaysiakini.
The Borneo Post reported that Adenan, when campaigning in Batu Kawah during the Sarawak election, offered the carrot of a Chinese deputy chief minister to the Chinese electorate if they voted for SUPP.
However, after the elections, the English daily quoted Adenan as saying that while he is happy that Chinese voters had swung back to BN, it would be up to him whether or not to appoint a Chinese deputy chief minister.
Adenan has also denied making the promise.
Asked to comment on the cabinet lineup, Chong said that nothing much had changed from the days when Sarawak Governor Abdul Taib Mahmud helmed the administration.
"Nothing much has changed, except for one or two new faces," he said.

The new lineup, announced after a swearing-in ceremony in Kuching today, saw Adenan appointing three deputy chief ministers - federal minister Douglas Unggah, PRS president James Masing and PBB deputy president Abang Johari Abang Openg (photo).
Of the Chinese in Adenan's cabinet, the highest position went to former UPP president Wong Soon Koh, who is now Sarawak's second finance minister.
SUPP president Sim Kui Han was made the state's local government minister.
Awang Tengah Ali Hasan has two posts. He is the second resource planning and environment minister and industrial and entrepreneur development, trade and investment minister.
Also on the state cabinet are youth, sports and solidarity minister Michael Manyin; welfare, women and community development minister Fatimah Abdullah and public utilities minister Stephen Rundi.
- http://www.malaysiakini.com/news/341452


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'Adenan could predict polls outcome due to gerrymandering'

Posted: 07 May 2016 09:25 PM PDT

 Sarawak DAP lost five out of its 12 state seats it held before the just concluded state election, and the party blames this to, among others, the recent redelineation exercise by the Election Commission (EC).
The redrawn electoral boundaries, said DAP supremo Lim Kit Siang, were the reasons why Sarawak Chief Minister Adenan Satem could predict BN's victory in the state polls.
"It is because of such gerrymandering that Adenan could predict during the election campaign that the BN would win at least 70 of the 82 seats, which turned out finally to be 72," said Lim in a statement today.
Lim cited political analyst Bridget Welsh, who had predicted the state poll's outcome yesterday, in how the EC had stacked the system in BN's favour through the redelineation exercise.
Nevertheless, Lim stressed that the DAP is still committed to political change through the democratic process and it had to be prepared to face victories and defeats through the ballot box.
"Despite our disappointments and setbacks, DAP will not be deflected from our objective to elect a full slate of Chinese, Dayak and Malay state assembly representatives in the Sarawak state assembly.
"It has taken DAP Sarawak 18 long years to be elected to the Sarawak state assembly. The Sarawak DAP is prepared for the long haul together with like-minded Sarawakians to achieve the next target - to elect a new state government which will give top priority to the needs and rights of the people, instead of just to the cronies of the powers-that-be."
'Don't fear losing'
The Gelang Patah MP reminded his party not to be afraid to lose in elections, saying its members must learn from the Sarawak state election to become stronger.
"The test of a political movement dedicated to the highest ideals of justice, freedom and human empowerment, is the ability not to be crushed by a defeat, but to rise, to be stronger and more committed, to fight another day," he said.
Lim, meanwhile, took the opportunity to congratulate Adenan for his re-election and appointment as Sarawak chief minister for the next five years as well as his promise of 'Adenan's Team and Adenan's Way' instead of 'Najib's Team and Najib's Way'.
The DAP, in the 2011 Sarawak state election, had won in 12 out of 15 seats it contested, mostly in urban Chinese-majority areas.
This time, however, it only managed to win seven of the 31 seats it contested. Apart from losing five seats it previously held, the party also lost all new seats it contested in.
The Sarawak state polls, which concluded yesterday saw the BN capturing 72 out of the 82 state seats contested, achieving 87.8 percent of the state legislative assembly.
- http://www.malaysiakini.com/news/340731

DAP has no regrets in trying to make inroads into rural heartland

Posted: 07 May 2016 08:57 PM PDT


Sarawak DAP chief Chong Chieng Jen today stressed the party made the right decision in trying to make inroads into the state's rural heartland even though it fared poorly in the Sarawak election.
"We will continue to penetrate the rural constituencies; we have made the correct decision.
"DAP needs to get out of rural areas to become a multi-ethnic party.
"How are we going to do that, (we need) to study and do introspection before deciding our strategy," he said at a press conference after the state poll results were announced.
Apart from losing in all the rural seats it contested in, DAP also lost five out of the 12 urban seats it held.
Chong acknowledged that DAP's poor showing at the election yesterday had set the party back to its 2006 strength in the state assembly.
Back then, he said DAP only won six state seats, one less than what it won this round.
Beside defending 12 of its Chinese-majority seats, DAP also contested in 17 Dayak-majority seats and one Malay-Melanau-majority seats.
It lost all the bumiputera seats and five of its Chinese-majority seats, including Batu Kawah, Repok, Meradong, Dudong, and Piasau.
It lost in Batu Kitang, an urban seat in Kuching where there was a clash with PKR.
"We were set back to 2006; we won six seats then. We need to study and review how we are going to start again," he added.
Low turnout rate of voters and money politics were among the reasons behind the party's defeat, Chong elaborated.
Also present were elected Padungan state assemblyperson Wong King Wei and Pending state assemblyperson Violet Yong.
- https://www.malaysiakini.com/news/340697

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Sarawak Elections: Legitimate Political Views and Limiting the Role of MPs?

Posted: 03 May 2016 10:13 PM PDT

 

Charles Santiago 1 Day Sarawak

4th May 2016

A popular science fiction writer, Ramez Naam, said: We’ve seen over time that countries that have the best economic growth are those that have good governance, and good governance comes from freedom of communication.

It comes from ending corruption.

It comes from a populace that can go online and say, ‘This politician is corrupt, this administrator, or this public official is corrupt.’

His words hold true for me today, where upon landing in Bintulu, Sarawak the immigration officer said I need to leave tomorrow.

Clearly the Chief Minister, Adenan Satem, doesn’t believe in freedom of information and is terrified that Opposition politicians will reveal the truth to the people of Sarawak in our election campaigns.

Furthermore he has violated the Constitution, which says a citizen can enter the east Malaysian state for purposes of legitimate political activity.

In direct contrast Barisan Nasional leaders are allowed to freely campaign in Sarawak until the polling day on May 7.

Many of my colleagues and other Opposition politicians have either been barred or had their stay in Sarawak restricted.

This shows the federal government, Prime Minister Najib Razak and the state government of Sarawak are frightened of losing the elections, if the Opposition’s echoing cries for reforms are allowed to be heard.

And by doing so, Adenan and the Barisan Nasional have hijacked the state election.

It’s a clever plot or so Adenan thinks, as it’s a preconceived strategy. Names of “unsavoury” characters, as Adenan calls them, are on a blacklist. The immigration officer looked through the list before announcing that I need to return in 24 hours.

Although we all know that elections in Malaysia are far from being free and fair, the blatant disregard for law displayed by Adenan, in cahoots with Najib and the Barisan Nasional administration, is shocking.

He has denied the people of Sarawak access to alternative political views, is playing dirty politics and abusing his powers as the top guy in the state.

In beginning his election campaign, Najib called the Sarawak election a "precursor" of the next general election, scheduled for 2018. He said a victory "will certainly form a very strong momentum for us moving forward”.

The Sarawak vote this Saturday is the first test of Najib’s popularity since the 1Malaysia Berhad scandal broke. The Prime Minister has also failed to convince the rakyat about the origins of the billions of ringgit that was deposited into his personal bank account.

So as allies, Adenan is doing a trapeze artist act to keep information away from Sarawakians, and particularly those in the rural areas.

Victor Hugo said “When dictatorship is a fact, revolution becomes a right”.

While Adenan and Najib may have government machinery and fear tactics at their disposal, real power lies in the hands of the people.

They may win this election but the people and the rest of the world will know they cheated their way through it and in doing so, have lost the legitimacy to rule.

Charles Santiago
Member of Parliament, Klang.

 

 

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Will issues of unilateral conversion of minor be ever resolved?

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Ceramah DAP

Posted: 24 Apr 2016 06:39 AM PDT



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Colonisation argument 'specious' says Kula

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If the Prime Minister Najib thinks he has been defamed, it is his responsibility to sue Wall Street Journal to clear his name and Malaysia’s image. Nothing less will do!

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Call upon the AG to withdraw the appeal to High Court from Seremban Session court to save time and money

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砂民主行动党 2016 州选捐款视频

Posted: 09 Apr 2016 01:43 AM PDT


砂民主行动党 2016 州选将出战30个选区,而这一半以上都是乡区,
为此砂民主行动党需要筹集大量的竞选经费。
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Posted: 09 Apr 2016 01:36 AM PDT



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砂民主行动党 2016 州选将出战30个选区,而这一半以上都是乡区,
为此砂民主行动党需要筹集大量的竞选经费。
希望想看到国家变得更好的人们慷慨解囊
让我们一起城乡同步,迎变砂州。

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Adenan slammed after Sarawak bars DAP MP, mascot designer

Posted: 09 Apr 2016 01:18 AM PDT

Chong Chieng Jen asking reporters to listen to a speech by Ooi on his handphone at a press conference today. Seen at left is Pending state lawmaker Violet Yong April 9, 2016. — Picture by Sulok Tawie 
KUCHING, April 9 — The DAP accused Sarawak Chief Minister Tan Sri Adenan Satem today of abusing the state's immigration powers after two members from the opposition party were barred from entering Sarawak ahead of state elections.
Kulai MP Teo Nie Ching was prohibited from entering the state when she arrived at the Bintulu airport last night, while Selangor DAP member Ooi Leng Han, who is the chief designer of the DAP's hornbill mascot "Ubah," was denied entry upon arrival at the Kuching International Airport this morning.
"The DAP supports the immigration autonomy of Sarawak, but we don't support its abuse by the chief minister to stop opposition leaders from peninsular Malaysia from going to the state," Sarawak DAP chairman Chong Chieng Jen told reporters here.
Chong, who is also Kota Sentosa state assemblyman, said the purported immigration blacklist of his party's central leadership would affect their election campaign.
"I don't want to pre-empt that the DAP supremo Lim Kit Siang and secretary general Lim Guan Eng would also be banned from Sarawak," he said.
The 82-seat Sarawak state assembly will be dissolved on Monday to pave way for elections.
Parti Amanah Negara president Mohamad Sabu was stopped from entering Sarawak when the opposition politician arrived at the Sibu airport last month.
Other opposition politicians barred have included DAP MPs Tony Pua and Teresa Kok, PKR's Nurul Izzah Anwar, Zuraida Kamaruddin, Rafizi Ramli and Chua Tian Chang. Prominent public personalities recently barred include lawyer and activist Datuk Ambiga Sreenevasan.
- themalaymailonline April 9,2016

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