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N45 Dr Halimah Ali

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N45 Dr Halimah Ali


ZINA: RM 1.1 juta untuk tanggung natijah 35 pelajar berzina

Posted: 21 Apr 2011 05:24 AM PDT

Kejadian Zina sudah mencapai tahap kritikal ekoran krisis keruntuhan akhlak dan kecelaruan aqidah di kalangan masyarakat.Yang paling terkesan adalah golongan remaja yang juga merupakan pelajar di bangku sekolah..Kebebasan tanpa kawalan telah mengakibatkan perbuatan yang menurut runtunan hawa nafsu yang memberi kesan kepada pelajaran dan masa depan mereka.
  Ibubapa seolah lali melihat pergaulan tanpa batas anak-anak.Masyarakat memejam mata keadaan di sekeliling.Kapitalis.Opportunis mengaut untung lumayan dengan aktiviti perniagaan yang menghancurkan tamadun manusia.Pemerintah yang mengawal media massa seolah buta dan tuli terhadap program negatif yang menyumbat corong telinga dan menerobosi kanta mata mereka. Bisu, kaku dan terpaku.Tiada tindakan untuk mencegah,menyekat atau menghapus unsur-unsur yang membiakkan zina.
   Berapakah yang harus dibelanjakan oleh rakyat jelata untuk mengendali masalah segelintir yang sepatut dicegah dengan berkesan oleh pihak berwajib.Inilah akibatnya sekira pemimpin tidak membuat keputusan dengan merujukkan perkiraan dosa dan pahala.
 
. . 49 remaja hamil dapat manfaat Sekolah Harapan
Apr 21, 11 5:28pm
Kongsi 18
Sejak dibuka pada September lalu, Sekolah Harapan sudah memberi penempatan kepada 49 remaja hamil, kata Pengarahnya, Datuk Ab Rahaman Ab Karim.

Rahaman Karim school for pregnant students malaccaBeliau berkata, buat masa ini terdapat 35 remaja di rumah terbabit dengan sebahagiannya sudah melahirkan anak, sementara yang lain sedang menunggu masa untuk bersalin.

"Sejak sekolah ini dibuka, seramai 28 bayi dilahirkan dan kesemua bayi tersebut diambil oleh keluarga kepada ibu bayi berkenaan," katanya kepada pemberita selepas perasmian sekolah itu oleh isteri Perdana Menteri Datin Seri Rosmah Mansor, di Jasin, hari ini.

Hadir sama Ketua Menteri Melaka, Datuk Seri Mohd Ali Rustam dan isteri Datin Seri Asmah Abdul Rahman.

Rosmah yang dalam lawatan sehari ke Melaka, tiba di sini jam 11 pagi dan meluangkan masa kira-kira sejam untuk mendengar taklimat serta melawat pelajar di sekolah itu yang idea penubuhannya dicetuskan oleh Mohd Ali.

signboard school for pregnant students malaccaAb Rahaman berkata, remaja terbabit yang berusia antara 14 dan 18 tahun, datang dari Johor (14 orang), Melaka (8), Pahang (8), Negeri Sembilan (5), Kelantan (5), Terengganu (3), Kuala Lumpur (2), dan masing-masing seorang dari Selangor, Perak, Sabah dan Sarawak.

Beliau berkata, remaja terbabit ditempatkan di sekolah itu sehingga habis tempoh berpantang sebelum kembali kepada keluarga masing-masing.

Ab Rahaman berkata, pihaknya juga berusaha dengan kerjasama keluarga masing-masing untuk menikahkan remaja terbabit dengan pasangan masing-masing dan setakat ini dua daripada 49 remaja itu sudah berkahwin.

"Pada tahun lalu, seramai lima orang mengambil peperiksaan Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia (SPM) dengan dua daripadanya mendapat keputusan 3A dan seorang memperoleh 2A," katanya menambah seramai 14 orang akan menduduki peperiksaan SPM dan dua Penilaian Menengah Rendah (PMR) tahun ini.

Beliau berkata, kesemua remaja terbabit dijaga dengan baik termasuk pemantauan daripada Jabatan Kesihatan dan Jabatan Kebajikan Masyarakat.

staff of school for pregnant students malacca 3"Suka saya maklumkan di sini, bahawa remaja di sini dijaga dengan baik dari segi kesihatan, makan minum dan rehat yang mencukupi, kita bawa balik mereka ke pangkuan agama, kita beri kaunseling, ajar mereka bersembahyang, membaca al-Quran, kita beri kemahiran sebagai seorang ibu untuk mereka menjaga bayi nanti dan kemahiran sebagai seorang isteri," katanya.

Katanya, pada tahun ini kos mengurus dan pembangunan dijangka kira-kira RM1.1 juta berbanding RM547,171 pada tahun lalu.

Beliau juga berkata, sekalipun kapasiti 35 orang sudah dicapai, pihaknya menimbang kemungkinan meningkatkannya kepada 50 orang memandangkan terdapat 15 lagi remaja hamil memohon untuk masuk ke sekolah itu.

Selain itu kata beliau, isteri Perdana Menteri ketika lawatannya turut menyumbang idea bagi menambahbaik sekolah berkenaan seperti usaha untuk menikahkan remaja terbabit dengan pasangan masing-masing, memberi input agama yang mencukupi dan memulihkan semangat mereka agar kembali menjadi warganegara yang baik.

- Bernama
http://www.malaysiakini.com/news/162118

R Sivarasa - Ahli Parlimen Subang

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R Sivarasa - Ahli Parlimen Subang


PRESS STATEMENT - 1999 Sex Video

Posted: 21 Apr 2011 08:40 PM PDT

Keadilan menggesa Ketua Polis Negara untuk mendedahkan siapa yang dikenalpasti siasatan polis di belakang video seks 1999 'Siapa Anwar'


Dalam sebuah artikel yang diterbitkan hari ini dalam portal Internet "The Malaysian Insider" yang ditulis oleh Shannon Teoh, seorang bekas pegawai polis Dato' Mat Zain Ibrahim mendedahkan sebuah video bertajuk 'Siapa Anwar' yang kononnya melibatkan Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim diedarkan di Kuala Lumpur beberapa hari sebelum Pilihan Raya Umum November 1999.

Laporan polis dibuat berkenaan video tersebut. Dato' Mat Zain yang ketika itu mengetuai Jabatan Penyiasatan Jenayah, Kuala Lumpur memaklumkan bahawa siasatan dibuat berikutan laporan polis tersebut dan polis mengenalpasti sumber video seks 1999, tetapi tidak dapat mengenalpasti siapa di belakang video seks 1999 ini, tetapi tidak dapat mengenalpasti siapa di belakang pengederannya kepada orang ramai.

Beliau turut mencadangkan bahawa Tan Sri Rahim Ramy Chik mungkin dikaitkan dengan video yang muncul pada 1999, bermotifkan balas dendam terhadap Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim memandangkan Anwar telah membuat laporan polis pada 20 Ogos 1999 daripada penjara Sg Buluh terhadap Rahim yang menuduh tindakan jenayah dan rasuah oleh Rahim, hanya tiga bulan sebelum kemunculan video 1999 tersebut.

Kami mengambil maklum bahawa polis telah mendedahkan butir-butir mengenai siasatan video seks terkini secara aktif dan luar biasa pada tempoh-tempoh yang tertentu.

Parti Keadilan Rakyat menggesa Ketua Polis Negara,Tan Sri Haji Ismail Hj Omar, untuk memaklumkan kepada orang ramai siapakah yang dikenalpasti polis pada 1999 sebagai pihak dibelakang video seks 1999.

Keadilan juga menggesa KPN untuk memaklumkan kepada orang ramai apakah tindakan yang diambil terhadap pihak yang dikenalpasti dibelakang video seks 1999.



Sivarasa Rasiah

Ahli Biro Politik, Parti Keadilan Rakyat

Ahli Parlimen Subang

21 April 2011



Keadilan calls upon IGP to reveal person/s identified by police investigation to be behind the 1999 sex video called "Siapa Anwar"

In an article today published in the internet news portal "The Malaysian Insider" written by Shannon Teoh and entitled "Another alleged sex tape of Anwar in 1999, says ex-cop", the "ex-cop" Dato Mat Zain Ibrahim reveals ( or reminds us ) that a sex video entitled "Siapa Anwar " purporting to be connected with Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim was distributed in Kuala Lumpur a few days before the November 1999 General Election.

Police reports were lodged in respect of the sex video. Dato Mat Zain who was at that time the OCCI, KL (heading the Department of Criminal Investigation, KL ) informs us that an investigation was conducted pursuant to those police reports and that the police identified the source of this 1999 sex video, but could not identify the persons who were behind its public distribution.

He also makes the suggestion that Tan Sri Rahim Tamby Chik may be connected to this sex video which emerged in November 1999 motivated by revenge against Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim as Anwar had made a police report on 20.8.1999 from Sg Buluh prison against Rahim alleging criminal and corrupt conduct by Rahim, just three months before the emergence of the 1999 video.

We note that the police have been actively and unusually revealing details of the current sex video investigation at regular intervals.

Parti Keadilan Rakyat calls upon the Inspector General of Police, Tan Sri Haji Ismail Hj Omar , to reveal to the public the "source" that was identified by the police in 1999 to be behind the 1999 sex video.

Keadilan also calls upon the IGP to inform the public as to what action was taken against the person/persons identified by the police as behind the 1999 sex video.



Sivarasa Rasiah

Member of Political Bureau, Parti Keadilan Rakyat

Member of Parliament for Subang

21st April 2011

Dr Shafie Abu Bakar

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Dr Shafie Abu Bakar


Sungai Ramal Dapat Sekolah Menengah

Posted: 21 Apr 2011 05:45 PM PDT

MY VOICE FOR NATION

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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


Taking pictures with DAP comrades in Bintangor

Posted: 21 Apr 2011 07:36 AM PDT

Philosophy Politics Economics

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Philosophy Politics Economics


Malaysia's brain drain

Posted: 21 Apr 2011 08:03 PM PDT

Malaysia at economic crossroads as it fights the great brain drain Kuala Lumpur government announces new strategy to try and retain its brightest sons and daughters from emigrating

Dustin Roasa in Kuala Lumpur
guardian.co.uk, Thursday 21 April 2011 18.47 BST



Sheng Cai Lim is a skilled and experienced IT professional, an asset to a country that aspires to grow into a fully developed nation by the end of the decade. There's only one problem. Lim, 29, isn't sure he wants to stay in Malaysia.

Lim says it's 50/50 that he'll leave. "I'll likely go to Singapore for a few years, and then after that maybe Canada or New Zealand," he said. He's on a six-month sabbatical from work and recently registered with head hunters who place candidates abroad. "My friends overseas wonder why I'm still in Malaysia. They say there are better opportunities abroad," he said.

If Lim does make the move, he'll join the 1.5m Malaysians, or 5.3% of the population, who live and work outside of the country, according to the World Bank. By moving to countries such as Singapore, Australia and the UK, these migrants are creating a considerable brain drain that threatens the country's economic progress.

"Brain drain is hurting the country's drive to move up the value chain," said Dr Ooi Kee Beng, senior fellow at the Institute of South-east Asian Studies in Singapore. "The fact that Malaysians fill many of the top and middle management posts in the region, from Shanghai to Singapore, tells us that the country is bleeding talent."

The problem has been getting worse in recent years. More than 300,000 Malaysians left the country between March 2008 and August 2009, compared to nearly 140,000 in 2007, the deputy foreign affairs minister, Tuan A Kohilan Pillay told parliament. Many work in key sectors such as finance, technology and engineering.

Two factors are driving the exodus, said Tony Pua, MP and member of the opposition committee on the ministry of higher education. "First, there's simple economics. You can make more money overseas," he said.

The other cause is the country's race-based affirmative action policies, Pua said, which favour ethnic-majority bumiputra, or sons of the soil, over minority Chinese and Indians, who make up 24% and 7% of the population, respectively.

"The two problems exacerbate each other. The economy has not been growing, and there's an increasing demand for a bigger piece of the pie among bumiputra. As a result, the government is more prone to implement policies that favour them, and minorities feel excluded. It's a vicious cycle," Pua said.

Malaysian law provides bumiputra benefits such as rebates on property prices, quotas for university enrolment and civil-service jobs, and preferential treatment for government contracts, among other advantages. The laws, which were enacted in 1971 in an attempt to redistribute wealth in the wake of race riots in 1969, distinguish Malaysia from other Asian countries with brain-drain problems, such as the Philippines.

In interviews with Malaysians living in Kuala Lumpur and overseas, frustration with these laws and worries about rising racial tension and Islamic conservatism have led many to reconsider their futures in their country of birth.

"Malaysia is a very controlled and fanatic country," said Janath Anantha Vass, 29, an ethnic Indian accountant in Kuala Lumpur who plans to move to Australia. "Melbourne suits my lifestyle the best, and I feel that's the place for me."

The Malaysian government is attempting to respond to the problem with an array of programmes, including 1Malaysia, a campaign designed to ease racial tensions. In January, Prime Minister Najib Razak launched the Talent Corporation, which seeks to lure back skilled Malaysians. But many are sceptical that these programmes will address the systemic problems driving brain drain.

"I'm not sure how effective Talent Corporation will be. Past programmes like this have not worked, and I'm not sure how this one is different," said Evelyn Wong, an ethnic Chinese economics student at Scripps College in California, who blogs about brain drain.

But Dr Kim Leng Yeah, an economist at Ram Holdings in Kuala Lumpur, said Talent Corporation did at least demonstrate the government's willingness to address the issue. "There has been a lot of public scepticism," he said. "But it is a proactive move." Representatives at Talent Corporation declined to comment.

As Lim, who is ethnic Chinese, considers his future, he has spent time thinking about his place in multicultural Malaysia. "I do realise that I am a minority in this country," he said. "My family is encouraging me to leave. They say, 'Malaysia doesn't want us anymore, so why stay?'"

And while he hasn't given up on eventually returning, he would have to see significant changes before doing so. "It doesn't feel like the country is mature enough to tackle its problems right now. When we are ready to face our problems, I'll be ready to come back," he said.

ETP: RM9.6b plucked from thin air?

Posted: 21 Apr 2011 08:38 AM PDT

Is the Najib administration so desperate to showcase the "success" of the ETP that it has now taken to announcing multi-billion ringgit worth of projects which are nothing more than hot air as at this point of time?

The Prime Minister, Datuk Seri Najib Razak celebrated his 5th "update" by announcing a total of RM11.16 billion worth of projects and claiming that the Economic Transformation Programme (ETP) is right on track.

The Government must be congratulated if it is really able to attract such an amount of projects within a short period of time, especially if it is due to the ETP.

However, upon closer scrutiny of the projects announced, it becomes clear that the numbers quoted provided a skewed and misleading picture of ETP "developments".

Firstly, of the 12 "entry-point projects" (EPPs) in this update, 5 have been previously announced making them a repetition of projects which have already been disclosed.

Secondly, of the RM11.2 billion worth of projects announced, the Karambunai Integrated Resort City project alone constituted RM9.6 billion or a whopping 86% of all the value of all the projects added together!

Thirdly and perhaps most importantly, the value for the Karambunai project appears to be plucked out from thin air for it appears as if nothing has yet been finalised which will justify any announcement to the public!

The Karambunai resort project is led by gaming tycoon Tan Sri Chen Lip Keong's group of companies on a 1,100ha piece of land, owned by Karambunai Corp Bhd and Petaling Tin Berhad. Tan Sri Chen has substantial shareholdings in both these companies, and is the president of both.

As if on cue after the Prime Minister made his ETP announcement, Petaling Tin Bhd announced on Bursa Malaysia yesterday that it "has not signed any agreement with any parties pertaining to the resort project and there are no corporate developments that warrant future disclosures to the stock exchange at this juncture."

In other words, Datuk Seri Najib Razak's boast of the RM11.16 billion EPP projects, including the RM9.6 billion Karambunai Integrated Resort Project is nothing more than a "trial balloon" inflated with hot air!

In fact, even some of the smaller EPPs failed the scrutiny test, such as the RM50 million "1Malaysia email project", where it now appears that the company which has been awarded the project, Tricubes Bhd, which isn't only loss making as at this point of time, but is at a risk of being delisted from the ACE market after being issued a GN3 status by Bursa Malaysia.

The project awarded by the Government aims to provide an email account to all Malaysians above the age of 18 is supposed to be privately financed. However, the company which is facing serious financial difficulty has not disclosed how it will even be able to finance the project on its own.

It is disappointing that the Prime Minister, in an attempt to make his administration and the ETP look good to the man-on-the-street, has chosen to boast of projects with dubious economic value, like the "1Malaysia email project" as well as incorporating huge projects with their multi-billion ringgit valuations being plucked out from thin air.

Malaysians want to see real success and real tangible benefits from government policies and projects, and not just listen empty pronouncements made to make the Barisan Nasional government look good.

Lim Guan Eng

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Lim Guan Eng


RM50 Million Should Be Spent On Providing Free Wifi Instead Of Spending RM50 Million On Duplicating Efforts In Giving Free Email Accounts Is Typical Profile Of BN Government Being Penny Wise Pound Foolish

Posted: 21 Apr 2011 12:49 AM PDT

Malaysians hope that the Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak will heed the voice of the rakyat and Malaysian netizens to cancel the provision of free 1Malaysia email accounts and give free wifi instead. Even though this is now not a government initiative but a private sector initiative, spending RM50 million on duplicating efforts of Gmail, Yahoo, Hotmail etc to provide free email accounts is typical profile of a BN government being penny wise pound foolish.

Giving free email accounts is not the most important service in the world. Somehow the government is missing the wood from the trees. Just like the RM52 billion bumi shares scandal, where RM52 billion worth of shares supposed to be given to ordinary Malays/bumiputera natives went missing. Instead of setting up a Royal Commission of Inquiry(RCI) to serve public interest by investigating and taking action against the culprits responsible for running of RM52 billion worth of shares, the BN government appears more interested in setting up a RCI over some dubious sex video tapes by individuals seeking political vengeance.

Why focus on providing something that is already free? This is just like selling ice to the Eskimos. Focus on providing free wifi or improving broadband speed, quality and reliability. The government should stop the monopoly given to certain companies and should instead open up the industry to competitive bidding so that users can enjoy better connectivity on par with our neighbouring countries.

The Performance Management and Delivery Unit (Pemandu) should also avoid charges by some net citizens of being deceitful following the quick amendments of details relating to the 1Malaysia email project. There is a big difference on Tuesday in its website and yesterday, as it is now called a private sector initiative when it was previously listed as a government initiative.

Since yesterday, the description of the RM50 million project read: "The 1Malaysia Email project which features the domain name of 'myemail.my' is a private sector initiative led by Tricubes Berhad to provide a unique and official email account and user ID for interested citizens of Malaysia." Pemandu should come clean and explain this glaring discrepancy which raises questions about its clarity, certainty and reliability of information released to the public.

Najib had announced the project on Wednesday, saying all Malaysians aged 18 and over would be given a free account to allow for direct and secure communications between citizens and the government. There are concerns both about privacy and security of those using these email accounts, who fears not only that their communications may be monitored and intercepted but also whether any messages or transactions made are reliable and trust-worthy. That is probably the reason why there are now close to 40,000 Facebook users joining in a virtual protest against the project run by Tricubes Bhd, which is currently in danger of being delisted from Bursa Malaysia for financial irregularities

Worse is the latest report in Malaysiakini that even though the email account is free, some of the services are not free but fees will be imposed. Instead of clarifying this issue, the BN government should quickly cut its losses and disassociate itself with this private initiative from a company under a "financial cloud". DAP reiterates our appeal to the state government to focus on providing free wifi and improving broadband speed at affordable rates at international standards.

LIM GUAN ENG

Chua Soi Lek Should Not Follow Utusan Malaysia’s Tactics Of Racialising The Results Of The Sarawak General Elections, When The Key Issue Is About Change Not About Whether Voters Want Chinese Representation In Government.

Posted: 20 Apr 2011 11:19 PM PDT

Press Statement By DAP Secretary-General And MP For Bagan Lim Guan Eng In Kuala Lumpur & Kuching On 18.4.2011

MCA President Datuk Seri Dr Chua Soi Lek should not follow Utusan Malaysia's tactics of racialising the results of the recent Sarawak state general elections when the key issue is about change not about whether voters want Chinese representation in government. UMNO paper, Utusan Malaysia, had asked BN to ignore Chinese voters just because they supported the opposition.

I wish to reiterate that DAP's theme and focus in this Sarawak state general elections is not SUPP but on Sarawak Chief Minister Tan Sri Taib Mahmud; not about whether the Chinese want representation in government but whether all voters want change;. DAP won 12 out of 15 seats in Sarawak because voters want change and prefer a two-party system over one-party rule, people's power over one-man rule, and good governance over Taib's misrule.

BN has suffered not only a loss of 16 seats but more importantly an 8% reduction in popular votes by BN from 63% in 2006 state general elections to 55% now. What type of democratic elections allow a party that wins 55% of the popular vote and yet garner more than 77% of the total seats? Clearly this is a mockery of democracy, in complete defiance of the principle of one-man, one-vote.

Sarawak voters have sent a loud and clear message to SUPP that they clearly wanted Taib to go and go now. SUPP was rejected by voters because SUPP failed to represent the people and was seen as Taib's representative. Therefore the most important issue that SUPP must address if SUPP is sincere in accepting the decision of the voters, is to withdraw support for Taib as Sarawak Chief Minister

SUPP's failure to listen to the people's verdict, by not demanding Taib's immediate resignation, will only dishearten its supporters but hearten Taib. Any attempts to threaten to leave the state government or punish urban and Chinese voters for supporting the opposition, is a desperate effort by MCA to distract and cover up media attention from the real issue of whether SUPP dare to ask Taib to go.

Chua Soi Lek Should Prove That He Does Not Practice Double-standards By Asking Mah Hang Soon To Resign As Perak State EXCO Immediately.

For this reason MCA President Datuk Seri Chua Soi Lek's call that SUPP should not accept any position in the Sarawak state Cabinet, as the party had lost the Chinese community’s support, is to help SUPP hide from addressing the Taib Mahmud issue. If Chua is consistent then he should have given similar advice to Gerakan President Tan Sri Dr Koh Tsu Koon.

Is Chua not practicing double-standards when Chua did not ask Tsu Koon, after Tsu Koon lost the 2008 general elections badly, not to go through the back-door of being appointed a Senator and a Cabinet Minister? Why then did Chua not object to MCA joining Cabinet and accepting Ministerial posts after MCA had lost badly in the 2008 general elections?

If Chua is genuine, then he should instruct Perak MCA State EXCO Dato Dr Mah Hang Soon to resign immediately as MCA won only one state seat in the last 2008 general elections. Chua's failure to ask Mah to resign shows his typical double-standard of saying one thing but doing another.

Clearly Chua is not only deceiving himself but also deceiving others when he says that this Sarawak state elections is about whether the Chinese wants representation in Government. The voters want change, especially for Taib Mahmud to retire immediately.

What is of interest to the people of Sarawak, is whether SUPP has learnt its lesson from the voters by stopping from becoming Taib's representative and turn to demanding Taib's immediate resignation. For how long still must SUPP continue to defend Taib? Will SUPP realise that they need to change from blindly supporting Taib only after they have lost every single seat?

If BN Takes Punitive Action Against Urban Voters, The Chinese Community & Anyone For Exercising Their Democratic Rights To Vote For The Opposition, Then What Is The Point Of Holding Elections?

Utusan Malaysia's open call Barisan Nasional (BN) to ignore the Chinese community for not supporting the ruling coalition during the April 16th Sarawak state elections is not only racist but also against the very tenets of democracy. If BN takes punitive action against urban voters, the Chinese community and anyone for exercising their democratic rights to vote for the opposition, then what is the point of holding elections?

For a paper that wants to celebrate the murder of innocent non-Malays during the bloody May 13 riots in 1969 as a holy and auspicious day, to continue such racist and extremist attacks is not surprising. What is surprising is that for an UMNO paper like Utusan, UMNO continues to allow and sanction its racist approach against non-Malays and non-Muslims both in Peninsular and East Malaysia. Is such racism and extremism by an UMNO paper consistent with 1Malaysia?

In any elections, the people have a right and freedom to choose who they want to vote for. To punish them for making that choice freely is dictatorial and feudal. DAP had won 12 seats in Sarawak despite facing BN's misuse of government machinery, money politics, fear and intimidation as well as media control until internet sites like Malaysiakini were hacked and shut down.

Despite such dishonest tactics, there was an 8% swing in popular vote against BN, with BN dropping from 63% in the 2006 state elections to 55%. This 8% swing in popular vote against BN is a small political earthquake in Sarawak.

Unfortunately as a result of unfair delineation of constituencies, the one-man, one-vote principle is not respected. Despite winning 55% of the popular vote, BN has won more than 77% of the seats contested. It is this violation of the one-man, one-vote principle that is undemocratic and should be addressed by Chua Soi Lek.

LIM GUAN ENG

Sarawak Deserves Better: Make Sarawak Cleaner, Greener, Safer And Fairer.

Posted: 20 Apr 2011 11:23 PM PDT

Speech By DAP Secretary-General And MP For Bagan Lim Guan Eng During The Final Day of Campaigning In Sibu On 15.4.2011.

Pakatan Rakyat's vision for Sarawak is to provide free wifi in population centers, wipe out hard-core poverty, implement open tenders for government contracts and land sales, give state land back to the people, establish institutionalised yearly allocations for schools, provide infrastructure of electricity and roads, abolish unfair bridge tolls and give all senior citizens RM 600 annually.

There will be zero corruption in Sarawak. An open tender system will ensure that only those that offer the best price, best quality and with the necessary experience and track record be chosen. All will be treated fairly regardless of race, religion, gender or political background.

For instance it is ridiculous that the building of the Lanang Bridge in Sibu was done without an open tender. Funded through exchange of land, the RM10 2-way toll for the 1.2 km bridge is even higher than the RM7 toll for the 13.5 km Penang Bridge. Since Penang Bridge is 11 times longer, based on the RM7 Penang bridge toll, the Lanang Bridge toll should only be 60 cents not the present RM10. Collecting 60 cents is insignificant, if PR wins power the Lanang Bridge toll will be abolished.

These are the major initiatives that any good government should carry out. One of the most important issues is the land grab by the BN government, especially the anger amongst the natives whose land has been deprived and the urban population having to pay high land premium for lease renewals. PR detects a strong mood for change even amongst Dayaks,many who are victimised by BN Sarawak government's land grab. I met Dayaks who have been arrested and sent to police lock-ups just for defending their land.

A people-centric land policy should be implemented where all elected representatives, Ministers and Chief Minister and their children are not allowed to apply for government land. All low-cost houses will also be given freehold title free of charge. And no land will be taken for private purpose but only for public purpose like building schools, roads and hospitals. All this has been done by the PR state government in Penang.

Sarawak deserves better. Make Sarawak Cleaner, Greener, Safer And Fairer!

Tan Sri Abdul Taib Mahmud Should Redeem Himself To Sarawakians By Convincing Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak To Increase The Annual Royalties For Oil And Gas From 5% To 20% Or RM 1.5 Billion To RM 6 Billion A Year.

Sarawak Chief Minister Tan Sri Abdul Taib Mahmud should insist that Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak increase the annual royalties for oil and gas from 5% to 20%. This would allow Sarawak to increase its royalties from the present RM1.5 billion annually to RM6 billion.

As the Prime Minister is here for a week to campaign for BN in the Sarawak general elections, Tan Sri Taib should take the opportunity to boldly tell him that Sarawak should enjoy a fairer share of the state's resources. Now is the time to prove that Najib's assurances ring true that Sarawak BN has his ear and close attention that the Federal government would act on all requests from the BN Sarawak.

What better occasion to fully utilise this opportunity than to demand that the oil and gas royalties for Sarawak be increased from 5% to 20% to reward Sarawakians for their loyalty to BN as a BN fixed deposit state. At the same time, Taib should take the opportunity to redeem himself for his failures in 30 years in power by offering something tangible for Sarawak. The time has come for Tan Sri Taib to prove that he dare to fight for Sarawak's rights with the Federal government.

With RM 6 billion, Sarawak can enjoy many benefits. Apart from the RM1 billion annual allocation to the Dayak Endowment Fund to help uplift the Dayaks and other native communities and include them into the economic mainstream; provide the best infrastructure in the state; provide free wifis for all the major population centers; and Sarawak can be the first state not only to wipe out hard-core poverty but also poverty in Malaysia.

LIM GUAN ENG

Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak should extend the benefit of income tax rate of 15% for five years under the Returning Experts Programme (REP), not just to experienced professional Malaysians working overseas, but also to those working here in locally

Posted: 20 Apr 2011 11:39 PM PDT

Press Statement By DAP Secretary-General And MP For Bagan Lim Guan Eng In Kuala Lumpur On 13.4.2011.

Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak should extend the benefit of income tax rate of 15% for five years under the Returning Experts Programme (REP), not just to experienced professional Malaysians working overseas, but also to those working here in locally. By only limiting this 15% flat income tax to professionals overseas is highly discriminatory to those Malaysians working here.

Whilst tax is an important factor, a lower tax rate alone is not a sufficient inducement when there are other important considerations such as pay, quality of life, promotion prospects, racial quotas and discrimination. Since Merdeka, an estimated 2 million Malaysians, mostly highly skilled talents, have migrated and left Malaysia.

Giving only those Malaysian professionals working overseas the 15% flat tax income tax benefit, may encourage many professionals working in Malaysia to leave. Isn't it better to work overseas since the Malaysian government would treat you better than when you are working in Malaysia. One can then return back to enjoy the 15% income tax benefit.

Worse, is that many Malaysian scientists stay back and work upon graduation. At least 30,000 of these Malaysian scientists, who have completed their studies overseas, are working in the Western countries lured by higher pay and opportunities to further their researches

Since 2001, the country has only attracted some 300 Malaysian experts living abroad to return home with the majority being medical and financial specialists, scientists and those involved in the information technology sector, according to the Ministry of Human Resources.

The shortage of scientists in Malaysia is so acute that Malaysia has only 1,500 scientists and researchers for every one million people compared with over 10,000 scientists and researchers for one million population in the developed countries. So far the Federal government's efforts to attract back Malaysians working overseas have failed miserably.

The “brain gain” scheme in 1995 that set a target of attracting 5,000 talents was a complete failure. In 2004, Science, Technology and Innovation Minister, Datuk Dr Jamaluddin Jarjis in a parliamentary reply stated that the scheme attracted 94 scientists (24 Malaysians) in pharmacology, medicine, semi-conductor technology and engineering from abroad between 1995 and 2000. By 2004 only one remained.

Amongst the many reasons given for many experts and professionals to leave is the lack of career advancement and the unhealthy climate of racial discrimination and quotas. No professional would want to bring up his children is this type of environment which does not offer them equal opportunities and reward
performance.

PUSAT KHIDMAT WAKIL RAKYAT MERBAU PULAS N 33

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PUSAT KHIDMAT WAKIL RAKYAT MERBAU PULAS N 33


Sarawak Oh Sarawak................

Posted: 20 Apr 2011 05:04 PM PDT

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KENAPA PAS DIKRITIK...?

Posted: 21 Apr 2011 04:18 AM PDT


TEMERLOH, 21 April: Kenapa PAS dikritik pedas oleh beberapa orang penulis, penganalisis politik dan juga blogger sejurus selepas kegagalan parti menawan sebarang kerusi di Sarawak?

"Kerana kekecewaan yang amat sangat terhadap sistem politik negara, berleluasanya rasuah, salah tadbir, salahguna kuasa dan perlanggaran undang-undang dan peraturan yang terang-terang dilakukan oleh kerajaan Barisan Nasional, maka lahirnya pelbagai kritikan pedas beberapa penulis, penganalisis politik dan blogger terhadap PAS.

"Barangkali inilah juga yang menyebabkan terlahirnya pandangan pedas daripada Dr Aziz Bari, kerana keinginan melihat Barisan Nasional tumbang hari ini dan terlahirlah sebuah kerajaan Pakatan Rakyat yang lebih baik," kata Naib Presiden PAS, Datuk Tuan Ibrahim Tuan Man  ketika mengulas kritikan penganalisis politik, Dr Abdul Aziz Bari terhadap PAS dan Presiden, Tuan Guru Datuk Seri Abdul Hadi Awang baru-baru ini.

Mengulas lanjut, beliau berkata besar kemungkinan kerana Aziz lebih "menyayangi" (menaruh harapan tinggi) PAS serta kegagalan parti dalam beberapa pilihan raya kecil dan juga pilihan raya negeri Sarawak dan didorong dengan kebosanan yang meluap-luap terhadap Barisan Nasional, Aziz telah mengkritik PAS dan Hadi sejurus kegagalan parti untuk menawan sebarang kerusi Dun di Bumi Kenyalang.

"Beliau tidak menyerang DAP atau PKR mungkin kerana beliau lebih sayangkan PAS berbanding parti lain.
"Sebagai seorang yang amat pakar dan matang dalam analisa politik negara, sebagai contoh, beliau tentu faham akan impak politik yang terpaksa dihadapi oleh PAS dan PKR di kawasan majoriti Melayu dan Islam apabila Umno dan BN memainkan isu perkauman, justeru Baru Bian diumumkan akan dilantik sebagai Ketua Menteri sekiranya Pakatan Rakyat menang.

"Akan tetapi, mungkin kerana kebosanannya kepada BN yang meluap-luap - sehinggakan beliau merasakan bahawa PAS tidak sepatutnya kalah dalam pertandingan ini. Apabila kita tewas, sudah tentu beliau kecewa kerana harapan tingginya pada PAS," terangnya yang juga Pesuruhjaya PAS Pahang.

Beliau juga menjelaskan adalah mudah untuk Tuan Guru Abdul Hadi menjadi tumpuan pengkritik apabila parti tidak dapat mencapai apa yang dihajatkan, namun beliau menasihatkan supaya para pengkritik turut menghargai jasa yang ditumpahkan oleh mereka dalam perjuangan PAS dan memberi cadangan penambaikan agar mereka yang tercedera tidak tersinggung dan mereka yang masih belum hilang kepenatan akan berasa sedikit terhibur.

"Tentulah mereka yang bertungkus-lumus berusaha untuk memenangi sebuah perjuangan tidak akan sama dengan mereka yang membuat ulasan selepas mengetahui keputusan," katanya.

Tambahnya, penasihat yang baik ialah mereka yang mencadangkan sesuatu sebelum berlaku, dan pengkritik yang mengulas sesuatu selepas berakhir sesuatu pilihan raya dengan menyatakan, 'sekiranya itu dan sekiranya ini' walaupun penting, namun sudah tentu tidak banyak membantu jika dibandingkan dengan seorang penasihat.

"Yang pasti kritikan itu lahir kerana keghairahan yang tinggi untuk melihat tumbangnya BN," ulasnya secara positif.(harakahdaily)

TUKAR PEMIMPIN LANGGAR SYARIAT, BUKAN KALAH PILIHAN RAYA

Posted: 21 Apr 2011 04:09 AM PDT


KUALA LUMPUR, 21 April: Mursyidul Am PAS, Tuan Guru Datuk Nik Abdul Aziz Nik Mat menegaskan PAS tidak mengubah pemimpin termasuk presiden hanya kerana kekalahan dalam pilihan raya termasuk ekoran kegagalan memperoleh kerusi pada pilihan raya negeri Sarawak minggu lalu.
Katanya, PAS mempunyai cara tersendiri menilai kepimpinan dan faktor kalah pilihan raya bukan satu alasan tepat untuk mengubah kepimpinan.

"Pada saya, menukar pemimpin hanyalah apabila jika pemimpin tersebut melanggar syariat Allah SWT," katanya.

Beliau berkata demikian semalam sebagai mengulas komen penganalisis politik Prof Abdul Aziz Bari, yang berpendapat Presiden PAS, Datuk Seri Tuan Guru Abdul Hadi Awang sebagai liabiliti kepada PAS dan Pakatan Rakyat.
Selain itu, kegagalan PAS memperoleh sebarang kerusi pada Pilihan Raya Sarawak lalu juga dakwanya adalah berpunca dari kelemahan Presiden PAS.

"Menukar pemimpin semata-mata kerana kalah dalam pilihan raya adalah satu langkah kurang tepat. Ini kerana belum tentu jika individu lain dipilih, PAS boleh menang pilihan raya," kata Nik Aziz yang juga Menteri Besar Kelantan.

Pandangan Aziz Bari itu juga turut disanggah Dewan Pemuda PAS Wilayah Persekutuan yang mendakwa pensyarah undang-undang itu asyik mengulangi isu kekalahan PAS di Terengganu pada 2004 untuk memalukan Presiden PAS.

Sementara itu, media hari ini melaporkan Abdul Hadi menyatakan kesediaan ditentang pada pemilihan pusat Jun ini.

"Jika ada pencalonan diterima pemimpin lain untuk menentang (saya), saya sendiri amat mengalu-alukannya kerana saya bukan mahu menjadi pemimpin selamanya.

"Saya sendiri sudah berumur dan memerlukan barisan pelapis," kata beliau dipetik media.

Tambahnya, PAS juga mengalu-alukan pertandingan sebarang jawatan untuk membuktikan keterbukaan parti dalam soal pemilihan pemimpin selain memantapkan kepimpinan parti.

"Pertandingan digalakkan bukan sahaja bagi jawatan parti peringkat cawangan dan kawasan, tetapi meliputi kesemua jawatan termasuk peringkat tertinggi melibatkan jawatan presiden, timbalan dan naib," kata beliau dipetik Sinar Harian hari ini.(harakahdaily)

Comments for Wee Choo Keong

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Comment on The “Lion” Of Jelutong was still roaring with forked tongue! by Jagjit Singh

Posted: 21 Apr 2011 06:22 AM PDT

Orang utN Sarawak

Karpal singh is a snake with forged tongue ok! He has ben twisting and turning like a big snake. There were so many issues where he had shown his inconsistent stand. Karpal is a shameless Punjabi. if I am a member of PR, I will also leave it because of all the nonsense that have been showing. I would rather be a katak then to be a snake with forge tongue.

Comment on Issues for your MP by Yaacob

Posted: 21 Apr 2011 03:58 AM PDT

Zulkifli Mohd Aris

Terima kasih atas aduan dan maklumat Sdr.

Saya telah pun menghubungi pihak DBKL Wangsa Maju berkenaan aduan sdr dan saya telah dimaklumkan bahawa aduan sdr mengenai Jalan Mohd Yatim Yahaya bukan di dalam Parlimen Wangsa Maju tetapi di dalam kawasan Setiawangsa. Jadi tidak banyak yang boleh kami bantu.

Walaubagaimana pun pihak DBKL Wangsa Maju akan memanjangkan aduan tersebut ke pihak DBKL Setiawangsa untuk tindakan selanjutnya. Saya juga telah menulis surat rasmi berkenaan dengan aduan sdr.

Terima kasih.

Yaacob Abd Hamid
Pembantu kepada
YB Wee Choo Keong

Comment on The “Lion” Of Jelutong was still roaring with forked tongue! by Joseph

Posted: 20 Apr 2011 07:56 PM PDT

hahaha….can’t stop laughing reading those stuffs…am very glad not being a politician….sleep also very sounds…peace of mind….

Comment on Issues for your MP by Zulkifli Mohd Aris

Posted: 19 Apr 2011 12:08 AM PDT

Dear MP Wee,

My name is Zulkifli Mohd Aris and currently staying in Wangsa Maju under your constitution.

I would like to point out about the road condition at the traffic light junction Jalan Mohd Yatim Yahaya (heading towards Jalan Jelatek). It has been quite a while and the road condition there is not “proper” for cars and motorcycles. There are lumps or harden concrete and it is quite difficult for cars and motorcycles to maneuver. Also the road at the traffic light at Wangsa Walk Mall. I have been staying in Wangsa Maju for 18 years and I love staying in Wangsa Maju as it is very convenient. MP Wee, please drive yourself through this road and experience it yourself. I have to do it everyday and quite a number of years.
Many Thanks
Zulkifli Mohd Aris

Comment on The “Lion” Of Jelutong was still roaring with forked tongue! by Karam Singh

Posted: 18 Apr 2011 06:03 PM PDT

Why this MP know to concentrate Anwae sex cases only better use his time to constribute more to the building of our nation. Sex is not important. Tak ada kerja lain ke?

Comment on The “Lion” Of Jelutong was still roaring with forked tongue! by orang utan Sarawak

Posted: 17 Apr 2011 01:33 AM PDT

At leasr YB Karpal fight for justice tak macam katak tanpa beliau ular sawah akan bertambah di Malaysia, please respect huim, he has done alot for Malaysia walaupun belaiau adalah pembangkang.

Comment on The “Lion” Of Jelutong was still roaring with forked tongue! by zur

Posted: 17 Apr 2011 12:28 AM PDT

Anwar has left the country after Sarawak’ election. To where? A-God-sent leader refusing to face the music?

Why can’t the authority extend all the power to bar him from travelling overseas? Would his absence affect the goings-on of the investigation of his assumed self in the video? Or is it not him at all?

DUN BUKIT PAYONG

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DUN BUKIT PAYONG


RESPON TUAN GURU NIK AZIZ TERHADAP CADANGAN PROF AZIZ BARI

Posted: 20 Apr 2011 04:12 PM PDT

Petikan daripada: Tinta Hijau


Saya diminta oleh pihak media untuk memberikan respon terhadap kenyataan seorang pakar perlembagaan, Dr Abdul Aziz Bari agar Presiden PAS, Datuk Seri Tuan Guru Haji Abdul Hadi bin Awang ditukar ekoran kekalahan PAS di Terengganu pada tahun 2004 dan juga kekalahan PAS di dalam siri beberapa pilihanraya kecil kebelakangan ini termasuk juga kegagalan PAS merebut sebarang kerusi di dalam pilihanraya negeri Sarawak yang lalu.

Pertama saya ingin menyatakan bahawa Dr Abdul Aziz Bari selaku seorang warganegara Malaysia yang layak untuk mengundi berhak untuk mengeluarkan pandangan beliau terhadap PAS. Ini kerana PAS selaku parti yang bertanding di dalam pilihanraya memerlukan undi daripada rakyat dan bukan hanya sekadar undi ahli-ahlinya sahaja untuk menang di dalam pilihanraya. Justeru, ini merupakan hak Dr Abdul Aziz Bari untuk mengeluarkan pandangan beliau. Selebihnya, terserahlah kepada ahli-ahli PAS untuk membuat penilaian dan keputusan yang terbaik.

Namun, perlu saya ingatkan, PAS mempunyai kaedah-kaedahnya yang tersendiri untuk memilih pemimpin. Menukar pemimpin semata-mata kerana kalah dalam pilihanraya adalah satu langkah yang kurang tepat. Ini kerana belum tentu jika individu lain dipilih, PAS boleh menang pilihanraya. Sememangnya memenangi pilihanraya ialah satu perkara yang dikehendaki, namun kegagalan untuk menang dalam pilihanraya bukan sahaja berlaku hari ini, bahkan ia telah berlaku semenjak PAS ditubuhkan lagi. Hakikatnya, kekalahan dan kemenangan sentiasa silih berganti dalam perjuangan PAS. Jika hanya kerana mengalami kekalahan, PAS mahu menukar pemimpin, apa kata jika PAS terus kalah apabila pemimpin ditukar? Adakah pada masa itu sekali lagi pemimpin akan ditukar? Pada saya, menukar pemimpin hanyalah apabila jika pemimpin tersebut melanggar syariat Allah SWT.

Sekian, wassalam.

YAB Tuan Guru Dato Bentara Setia Haji Nik Abdul Aziz bin Nik Mat,
Al-Mursyidul Am PAS merangkap Menteri Besar Kelantan Darul Naim.

YB BN

YB PAS

YB PKR

YB DAP