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N45 Dr Halimah Ali


SELEWENG SAMPAI BILA

Posted: 29 Mar 2011 10:35 PM PDT

Sila lihat di bawah kenyataan seorang Menteri yang tidak dapat membezakan antara rasuah ketika berkempen untuk satu-satu pilihanraya dengan menunaikan janji manifesto setelah menang dalam pilihanraya berkenaan.

 Seorang lagi yang bertaraf Timbalan PM secara selamba menjawab "biasa lah tu" apabila ditanya tentang penggunaan dewan  serta premis sekolah untuk berkempen pilihanraya.

Nazri: Bantuan segera ketika p'raya bukan rasuah

"Kita dah berjanji kalau menang kita akan tunaikan (manifesto)...sebagai contoh bantuan mesin jahit, kalau kita tak bagi masa nak pilihan raya boleh segera bagi selepas pilihan raya, sama sahaja, adakah ini satu kesalahan?

"Kita juga tak boleh nak hentikan pemberian ini sebab kita akan bagi juga selepas itu (pilihan raya)," katanya ketika menjawab pertanyaan Ab Azizi Ab Kadir (PKR-Ketereh).


Pancing undi dalam acara rasmi kerajaan

BN sebagai parti pemerintah nampaknya akan memulakan kempen untuk pilihan raya umum ke-13 dengan menggunakan acara rasmi kerajaan untuk mendapatkan sokongan.

Sebagai contoh, dalam lawatan Timbalan Perdana Menteri Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin di beberapa kawasan terpilih di Selangor jelas menunjukkan usaha meraih sokongan bagi merampas kembali negeri itu daripada penguasaan Pakatan Rakyat.

"Ini matlamat BN di peringkat pusat dan negeri dan ia suatu pertempuran yang sengit kerana kita sedar tentunya pembangkang tidak akan mudah menyerah kalah," katanya.

Bagaimanapun , ketika ditanya dalam sidang media kemudiannya jika ianya sesuai untuk menyampaikan ucapan politik dalam dewan sekolah, Muhyiddin menjawab ianya adalah perkara "biasa".

"Ia tidak salah. Ia bukan masa kempen pilihan raya , dan ucapan saya ialah mengenai dasar kerajaan, dan kerajaan hari ini adalah BN," katanya.

Laporan selanjutnya di SINI dan SANA.

MB KELANTAN LAWAT MEDIU di SELANGOR

Posted: 29 Mar 2011 06:47 AM PDT

SHAH ALAM
YAB TUAN GURU DATO' NIK ABDUL AZIZ NIK MAT melawat Medinah International University MEDIU di Shah Alam hari ini. Beliau amat gembira melihat segala prasarana dan sistem pembelajaran yang ditawarkan di Universiti tersebut yang kini menampung 3000 pelajar daripada 90 buah negara termasuk daripada negeri Cina, negara Afrika, negara Arab dan juga Asia.

Difahamkan oleh rektornya, MEDIU mahu berkembang dan membina kampus sempurna untuk menampung pelajar-pelajar daripada luar negara yang di antara keistimewaan paling ketara ialah kebergantungannya kepada teknologi tinggi seperti e-learning, teleconferncing dengan pensyarah serta pembimbing daripada luar negara dan pelajar-pelajar lain.Turut serta YB EXCO Pendidikan Tinggi Selangor, YB Dr Hjh Halimah Ali.

Dr Shafie Abu Bakar

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Dr Shafie Abu Bakar


Bantuan Kepada Pelajar Pulang Ke Mesir

Posted: 29 Mar 2011 04:04 PM PDT

念群与沙登人民同在 | Nie Ching for Serdang

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念群与沙登人民同在 | Nie Ching for Serdang


[TheNutGraph] Understanding the Dewan Rakyat: The book launch and public forum

Posted: 29 Mar 2011 09:42 AM PDT

Dewan Rakyat Speaker Tan Sri Pandikar Amin Mulia arriving for the launch. On hand to greet him were Dr Thomas Knirsch from the Konrad-Adenauer Foundation, The Nut Graph's Deborah Loh and Malaysian Bar president Lim Chee Wee. MyConstitution members (from left) Mahaletchumi Balakrishnan, Shamala Balasundaram and Aniza Damis, at the launch. Independent Pasir Mas MP Datuk Ibrahim Ali was among the guests at the launch.
The book’s co-editor Deborah Loh addressing the crowd. Pandikar Amin said he found the book very informative and congratulated the 113 MPs who had responded to The Nut Graph’s six questions. MPs listening to Pandikar Amin’s speech; among them (from left, seated, facing camera) Datuk Mohamed Aziz (BN-Sri Gading), Deputy Dewan Rakyat Speaker Datuk Dr Wan Junaidi Tuanku Jaafar (BN-Santubong), and Tan Sri Syed Hamid Syed Jaafar Albar (BN-Kota Tinggi).
Pandikar Amin officially launching the book by signing a giant mock copy on stage. Dewan Negara president Tan Sri Abu Zahar Ujang browsing through his copy of the book. Abu Zahar (left) with Gabungan Mansuh ISA president Syed Ibrahim Syed Noh and International Islamic University law lecturer Prof Dr Abdul Aziz Bari.
Kepong MP Dr Tan Seng Giaw receiving his copy of the book. Kuala Pilah MP Datuk Hasan Malek perusing his copy. Ipoh Barat MP M Kulasegaran in conversation with another guest after the launch.
Bukit Mertajam MP Chong Eng with extra copies for her fellow Penang DAP MPs. Hulu Selangor MP P Kamalanathan signing for his copy of the book. Book contributor Gan Pei Ling having a look at the giant mock copy of the book.
The team responsible for the book from MyConstitution, Konrad-Adenauer Foundation, The Nut Graph and ZI Publications. Moderator and The Nut Graph assistant news editor Deborah Loh introduces the panelists. Female MPs are scrutinised over their public images and outfits, says Teo.
Chua talks about financial contributions MPs have to make to their political party.  Nancy says her background as a lawyer makes her more aware of the political dangers in receiving monetary help or material goods from her supporters. Nancy admits to the audience that the BN could do with some changes. (Teo can be heard in the background cheekily asking,
Questions are open to the floor. Tricia Yeoh (right) asks how our parliamentary's research system can be improved, while the guest on the left asks MPs about how funding and expenses are accounted for during elections. Adrian Yeo asks the MPs about their fitness regime. Tian Chua recommends brisk walking during by-elections; Nancy Shukri balances her diet; and Teo has visited the gym five times in the past week as she gears up for the Sarawak elections. Malaysiakini assistant news editor Andrew Ong questions where the MPs' priorities lie — in lawmaking, or servicing the constituents.
KAS Malaysia Resident Representative, Dr Thomas Knirsch, handing out copies of The Nut Graph's Found in Malaysia book as tokens of appreciation to the panelists. After the forum, the MPs mingle with guests. Nancy with her complimentary copy of the book.
Teo giving the book a thumbs up.

IN January 2010, The Nut Graph (TheNutGraph.com) embarked on an ambitious project: to ask all 222 Members of Parliament (MPs) their views on various issues of national interest. MPs were asked, among others, their opinions on the Internal Security Act, whether Malaysia should be an Islamic or secular state, and what they believed their roles as MPs were. A total of 113 MPs replied and the results of the MP Watch: Eye on Parliament project have now been compiled in a book titled Understanding the Dewan Rakyat.

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[Sinar Harian] Simpang bahaya di Cheras Batu 11 cetus resah

Posted: 29 Mar 2011 09:38 AM PDT

CHERAS – Peningkatan jumlah kenderaan yang menggunakan laluan persimpangan di Pekan Batu 11 menimbulkan keresahan dalam kalangan pengguna jalan raya terutamanya masyarakat setempat.

Ini berikutan persimpangan berkenaan tidak mempunyai lampu isyarat menyebabkan ia sering mengalami kesesakan lalu lintas terutamanya pada waktu pagi dan petang.

Ahli Majlis Perbandaran Kajang (MPKj) Zon 5, Lee Ah Seng, berkata, kebimbangan penduduk semakin ketara melihatkan pertambahan kenderaan menggunakan laluan berkenaan yang merupakan laluan utama masyarakat setempat.

“Penduduk mengemukakan aduan mengenai permasalahan ini dan berharap pihak bertanggungjawab khususnya Jabatan Kerja Raya (JKR) meneliti dan menyelesaikan permasalahan ini demi kebaikan bersama.

“Kebanyakan pengguna khususnya penduduk setempat terpaksa menghadapi masalah kesesakan lalu lintas ketara di persimpangan berkenaan memandangkan ia merupakan laluan utama penduduk untuk ke pusat bandar dan kawasan berhampiran”, katanya ketika mengadakan lawatan bersama pegawai JKR Hulu Langat dan Ahli Parlimen Serdang, Teo Nie Ching.

Ah Seng berkata, kemalangan kecil sering berlaku di simpang berkenaan memandangkan tiada lampu isyarat dan hanya bergantung kepada sikap toleransi pemandu apabila hendak keluar dari persimpangan berkenaan.

“Kita sememangnya mengharapkan lampu isyarat di simpang berkenaan segera dipasang demi keselesaan dan keselamatan semua pihak”, katanya.

Sementara itu, Nie Ching berkata, permasalahan ini akan dipanjangkan kepada JKR Hulu Langat agar ia segera diselesaikan memandangkan ia membabitkan keselamatan pengguna jalan raya.

“Saya akan mengadakan perbincangan bersama JKR Hulu Langat dan pihak lain yang bertanggungjawab supaya permasalahan ini diatasi segera memandangkan jumlah peningkatan kenderaan yang semakin meningkat.

“Berdasarkan tinjauan bersama, memang jelas berlaku kesesakan lalu lintas di persimpangan berkenaan dan agak membimbangkan sekiranya sebarang kemungkinan berlaku”, katanya.

Dipetik dari Sinar Harian.

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[Malaysiakini] RM11.2 million spent for the past 16 by-elections since 2008

Posted: 29 Mar 2011 04:43 AM PDT

The figure provided by Minister in the Prime Minister's Department Mohd Nazri Abdul Aziz in the Parliament this morning contradicts with his answer given earlier. In an answer to Loke Siew Fook on 12 November 2009, Nazri said the costs of EC for Bagan Pinang by-election was RM284,324.79. But now he said the total expenditure was RM449,485.00. So which figure is correct? 

Assuming that the figure given this morning is accurate, I also notice that the costs of by election increased tremendously since 2010. The cost of the last by election in 2009, the 9th by-election in our country ie the by-election of Bagan Pinang was RM449,485. But the costs for the 10th by-election also the 1st by-election in 2010, ie the by-election of Hulu Selangor, was RM1,200,000.

Well, you may say that the cost for Hulu Selangor by-election was higher because it was a by-election for parliamentary seat. But check the costs for by-elections of Permatang Pauh, Kuala Terengganu and Bukit Gantang, the costs was RM409,000, RM325,416 and RM460.971 respectively! 

 


~ Joseph Sipalan

Minister in the Prime Minister's Department Mohamed Nazri Abdul Aziz told the Dewan Rakyat today that handouts during election campaigns cannot be considered corruption. 

Such assistance, he said, were part of BN manifesto's to help the people.

"We have promised to fulfil (our manifesto) ... sewing machine assistance for instance, if it is not given during the election, it will be given after the election. It's the same. Is this an offence?

NONE"We cannot stop giving out assistance (during election) because we will still be providing such assistance after the election," he said in reply to Ab Azizi Ab Kadir (PKR-Ketereh) during question time.

In reply to another one of Ab Azizi's question, Nazri confirmed that the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) had received six complaints about electoral inducements between 2008 and 2010.  

RM11 mil spent on polls

Meanwhile, Nazri also revealed that the government has spent a total of RM11.2 million over the course of 16 by-elections from 2008.

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Philosophy Politics Economics

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Philosophy Politics Economics


2011 DAP Internship Programme

Posted: 29 Mar 2011 07:51 PM PDT

The DAP "Know An MP" Youth Programme for the year 2011 is now open for application. The DAP Malaysia will be offering 10 places of attachment nationwide to various top national leaders, Member of Parliament and State Assemblymen (ADUN) in Malaysia.

What is this programme about?

Selected candidates will be matched based on compatibility to a Member of Parliament or State Assemblyman (ADUN). The candidate will attach on a full-time basis to the MP/ADUN and actively participate in their daily work.

During the programme, candidates will have the opportunity to:
  • Assist and contribute to the work of the MP/ADUN
  • Gain first-hand experience and insight of being a national leader
  • Attend parliamentary sessions or state assembly sessions
  • Organize and participate in press conferences, discussions, political events etc.
As part of the programme, candidates are required to:
  • Submit a 300-word essay documenting their experience and insight gained
  • Contribute a 1000-word proposal on how to improve the office of an MP/ADUN or the operation of DAP Malaysia; OR a research topic of choice on a current issue for MP/ADUN debate during parliamentary or state assembly session
  • Initiate and organize a community event to engage sociopolitical awareness

Selection Criteria:
  • Youths between age 18-30 (students, fresh grads or young working adults)
  • Full-time attachment, minimum period of 1 month
  • Selection based on assessment of academic results and experience

Details:
  • Closing date of application: 30th April 2011
  • Start date of programme: Anytime after 1st June 2010
  • Successful candidates will be informed via email

Application procedures:

Email resume / curriculum vitae (CV) and cover letter expressing interest to daprocket(at)rocketmail(dot)com

Include in your application the following:
  • Preferred location (ie. which state/city in Malaysia)
  • Preferred duration of your attachment
  • MP/ADUN of preference
For enquiries, kindly email daprocket(at)rocketmail(dot)com

Al-Kitab Row Not One-off

Posted: 29 Mar 2011 03:20 AM PDT

Alkitab row shows wider check on non-Muslims, says Pakatan
By Melissa Chi March 27, 2011

KUALA LUMPUR, March 27 — Leaders from the Opposition have described the controversy surrounding Malay bibles and the use of "Allah" by Christians as just the tip of the iceberg in the erosion of non-Muslim rights.

DAP publicity chief Tony Pua (picture) said the government did not seem to be picking specifically on Christians, but other religions other than Islam as well.

"I think that the government has the same treatment to all religions, it's just that the Christians are speaking up today. If you look at the school system, government departments, you can see mild forms of preferences or restrictions of religions increasing over the years.

"It is already happening, it's just that [followers of] other religions are not speaking up about it," he said.

He said for example there was a limit on the number of temples that can be built, and that if it was in a Malay majority area, no other places of worship could be built in the vicinity.

The Malaysian Consultative Council of Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism, Sikhism and Taoism (MCCBCHST) had issued a strongly worded statement yesterday accusing the government of riding roughshod over religions other than Islam when it imposed conditions for the release of 35,000 Malay bibles seized from Port Klang and Kuching.

In a series of news statements that started earlier this month, the Christian organisation denounced the government for defacing its holy books with the home ministry's official seal, an act it said amounted to desecration.

About one in 10 Malaysians is Christian.

The MCCBCHST said the authorities seemed to want Malaysians to believe that the Alkitab conflict is solely a tussle between two creeds, Islam and Christianity; and affects only Muslims and Christians.

"After the Christians have been 'fixed', who next?" the council had questioned. Pua said, however, that he was anticipating the government would give "superficial forms of religious freedom", ahead of the coming Sarawak elections.

But he remained convinced that the voters would not buy into the government's ploy and that more Malaysians were waking up to the reality in terms of limited freedom of religion in the country.

"What they say is true. The question is whether or not it will find resonance among the communities," he said, referring to the council's suggestion.

When asked if the continuation of the current religious controversies might heighten the religious or racial tension in the country, he said it will have to depend on the ruling government.

"It depends on the wisdom of the ruling party or ruling elites, leaders, if they decide to uphold the constitution, then there will be no issue but if they take it upon themselves to uphold a particular belief in the expense of others, then it is hard to say," he said.

Freedom of religion is enshrined in the Malaysian Constitution. Article 11 provides that every person has the right to profess and to practice his or her religion and is subject to applicable laws restricting the propagation of other religions to Muslims.

Under Article 3, the Constitution also provides that Islam is the religion of the country but other religions may be practiced in peace and harmony.

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Soalan-Soalan Parlimen Dato' Kamarul Baharin Abbas

Posted: 29 Mar 2011 02:58 AM PDT

Tarikh 28.3.2011

Minta Menteri kemajuan Luar Bandar Dan Wilayah menyatakan :

a) Hasrat kerajaan untuk memberi hak milik tanah secara individu kepada setiap keluarga Orang Asli; dan

b) Mewartakan bahagian tanah kemunal seperti mana yang diperuntukkan di bawah Seksyen 62, Kanun Tanah Negara.

Merujuk kepada jawapan yang telah diberikan oleh kementerian terbabit, menerusi Jabatan Kemajuan orang Asli (JAKOA) telah meningkatkan usaha serta mewujudkan suatu Dasar iaitu Dasar Pemberimilikan dan Pembangunan Tanah kepada Orang Asli (DPPTOA) seperti mana yang telah diluluskan dalam Mesyuarat Majlis Tanah Negara (MTN) kali ke 65 pada 4 oktober 2009.

Mesyuarat tersebut telah mengambil ketetapan dan bersetuju dengan cadangan dasar yang telah dibentangkan di mana antara intipati yang penting adalah pemberian hak milik tanah individu kepada Ketua Isi Rumah Orang Asli dengan purata 0.1 hektar (1/4 ekar) untuk tapak rumah dan 2 hingga 6 ekar bagi tanah ladang.

Isu pemilikan tanah di kalangan masyarakat Orang Asli sering dibangkitkan sejak tahun 1990an oleh pelbagai pihak termasuk masyarakat Orang Asli sendiri. Isu ini mendapat perhatian umum dalam tempoh lima (5) tahun kebelakangan ini sama ada melalui forum, seminar, persidangan dan mesyuarat-mesyuarat yang telah diadakan.

Sehingga kini tanah yang diduduki dan diusahakan oleh Orang Asli adalah seluas 50,563.51 hektar (19,713 hentar) telah diwartakan sebagai tanah rizab dan 30,849.86 hektar telah lulus oleh Pihak Berkuasa Negeri (PBN) tetapi belum diwartakan. Dianggarkan seluas 85,934.80 hektar tanah telah dipohon kepada PBN dan seluas 8,990.71 hektar didiami tanpa permohonan.

Pihak kementerian telah dan sedang mengadakan perbincangan di antara Kerajaan persekutuan dan Kerajaan negeri bagi menyemak semula Dasar pemberimilikan dan Pembangunan tanah kepada Orang Asli termasuk tanah komunal yang telah dipohon kepada PBN untuk kegunaan aawam seperti mana di bawah Seksyen 62, Kanun tanah Negara.


Pendapat ;

Kita bersetuju dengan tindakan yang telah diambil oleh kerajaan dalam memastikan hak Orang Asli terdapat tanah mereka dan ini dilihat satu usaha yang positif setelah mendapat tekanan daripada pihak tertentu.

Persoalan yang ditimbulkan bilakah kerajaan ini melaksanakan tuntutan pemberian hak milik tanah kepada individu setial keluarga masyarakat orang Asli?

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Comment on Skim Pinjaman Mikro Kredit di bawah Yayasan Dar Qard Al Hasan by aduntamanmedan

Posted: 28 Mar 2011 07:56 PM PDT

saudara khairul, borang boleh ambil dari pejabat saya seperti alamat di blog ini. Syarat-syaratnya ada dalam borang tersebut. Pegawai saya sedia membantu, sila hubungi Pn Fairuz.

Comment on MiMBAR dapat reaksi positif rakyat by aduntamanmedan

Posted: 28 Mar 2011 07:54 PM PDT

Lilian, puan boleh datang ke pajabat saya di PJS 1/32, Tmn Medan Pejasa (seperti alamat di blog ini) untuk dapatkan borang MiMBAR

Comment on MiMBAR dapat reaksi positif rakyat by LILIAN LIM

Posted: 27 Mar 2011 10:11 PM PDT

macamana sy nak apply? sy tinggal di PJ OLD TOWN. Suami sy ialah penjaja

YB Dato' Mohd Nasir Tan Sri Ibrahim Fikri

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YB Dato' Mohd Nasir Tan Sri Ibrahim Fikri


Posted: 28 Mar 2011 07:27 PM PDT

Assalamualaikum.


Apa khabar anda hari ini. Semoga sejahtera hendaknya. Saya sekarang menyertai persidangan di Parlimen menggunakan kemudahan yang ada. Sekarang ini, di mana-mana pun kita boleh melayari internet dan update tulisan kerana kemudahan sudah semakin canggih dan terkini.


Hari ini, saya dimaklumkan mengenai cuaca yang tidak menentu dan hujan begitu lebat di Kuala Terengganu khususnya. Keadaan itu telah menyebabkan kejadian banjir di beberapa tempat. Saya berharap, mereka yang terlibat dengan kejadian banjir mengejut ini akan kuat bersabar sementara bantuan akan dihulurkan kerajaan serta pihak lain.

Saya amat faham akan kesulitan ini, namun setiap kejadian seringkali di luar pengetahuan dan jangkaan kita. Itulah yang sering berlaku. Namun, apa yang penting, dengan keadaan cuaca yang tidak menentu ini, kita semua haruslah sentiasa bersiap-sedia dengan pelbagai kemungkinan. Kita tidak harus hanya sekadar melihat.


Bagi mereka yang tidak terlibat dengan kejadian banjir, bantulah mereka yang memerlukan bantuan kita dan bantuan itu pula tidak semestinya berbentuk kewangan. bantulah jirang kita sekurang-kurangnya jika mereka berada dalam kesusahan akibat kejadian banjir.


Saya percaya, agensi kerajaan berkaitan sedang mengambil langkah perlu bagi membantu mangsa-mangsa banjir. Bagi mereka yang sedikit terjejas, semoga mereka bersabar.


Saya sendiri, walaupun sedang menunaikan tanggungjawab di Parlimen, namun sentiasa memantau apa yang sedang berlaku di Terengganu. Alhamdulillah, semuanya dalam pengetahuan saya.


Semoga kita mempelajari sesuatu di sebalik apa yang pernah berlaku sebelum ini dan bersiap-sedia apabila cuaca tidak menentu.

i n t a n h i j a u

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i n t a n h i j a u


KEZALIMAN TANDA BERLAKU PERUBAHAN POLITIK

Posted: 29 Mar 2011 03:08 AM PDT


SHAH ALAM, 29 Mac: Presiden PAS, Datuk Seri Abdul Hadi Awang berkata, kezaliman yang sedang melanda negara adalah tanda-tanda awal perubahan politik yang besar akan berlaku tidak lama lagi.

Kerana itu, beliau menyeru rakyat mesti bersatu untuk bangkit untuk buat perubahan setelah semua parti-parti politik dalam PR sudah berpakat dan kini mahu sokongan padu dari rakyat dan yakin rakyat berani untuk membuat perubahan demi kesejahteraan negara.

Menyentuh tentang fitnah jahat, Abdul Hadi menghuraikan isu dengan fakta dan menyeru masyarakat dan rakyat negara ini untuk sama-sama bangun menyokong Pakatan Rakyat yang sudah bersetuju untuk menggantikan BN memerintah negara.
"Dalam hal ini, kezaliman yang dilakukan adalah tanda kerajaan sudah nyanyuk, demi mengekalkan kuasa dengan menang pilihan raya, mereka sanggup melakukan apa sahaja.

"Kerana itu rakyat jangan terlibat dalam kerja ini, pengamal media dan perakam perlu ingat, kerja mereka menulis untuk memfitnah ini adalah dosa yang panjang walaupun mereka sudah meninggal dunia, jangan hanya memikirkan soal wang sahaja.

"Semua tamadun tidak berguna jika keseluruhan sistem dalam sesebuah negara dipenuhi dengan derita kezaliman yang dirasai oleh rakyat, rintihan mereka tidak didengar dan ingatlah, semua kerajaan itu tidak kekal," tegasnya yang juga Ahli Parlimen Marang.

Mengenai tindakan menayangkan video seks di hotel, bukan di mahkamah, awal-awal lagi menunjukkan ia bercanggah dengan amalan perundangan antarabangsa.

Beliau berkata, seseorang yang dituduh dianggap tidak bersalah selagi tidak dibuktikan kesalahannya di mahkamah adalah kaedah perundangan Islam turut diiktiraf dunia.

Malah seseorang yang dituduh itu, jelasnya, mestilah melalui proses kehakiman di mahkamah, bukan di dalam media di hadapan wartawan.

Ini, katanya jelas membuktikan wujudnya konspirasi antara mereka terbabit dengan pihak berwajib yang mempertahankan pula tindakan menayangkan itu sebagai tidak bersalah.

Abdul Hadi berkata demikian ketika berucap di dalam Majlis Solat Hajat dan Pidato Khas Tangkis Fitnah Jahat BN yang diadakan di Stadium Malawati, dekat sini malam tadi.(harakahdaily)

YB BN

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