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What Malaysia needs is a total change.

Posted: 29 Apr 2012 08:43 AM PDT

Dr Shafie Abu Bakar

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Dr Shafie Abu Bakar

Selepas Bersih 0.3

Posted: 29 Apr 2012 04:54 PM PDT

Bersama Dengan TV8 Selangor Di Restoran Ana Ikan Bakar Petai BBB

Posted: 29 Apr 2012 04:25 PM PDT

Dr. Boo Cheng Hau's Trilingual Blog: SAY WHAT YOU LIKE

Posted by Tanpa Nama | Posted on 11:17 PTG

Dr. Boo Cheng Hau's Trilingual Blog: SAY WHAT YOU LIKE

Chua Soi Lek Should Stop Questioning Malay Rulers's Prerogative

Posted: 29 Apr 2012 07:29 PM PDT

Speech by Dr Boo Cheng Hau, DAP Johor State Chairman at Yong Peng DAP branch dinner on 27 April 2012 held at De Jiao hui, Yong Peng, Johor.

 MCA President Dr Chua Soi Lek has repeatedly belittled DAP for letting go Perak Menteri Besarship to PAS' Nizar Jamaluddin when DAP had the majority of seats within Pakatan Rakyat during 10 month PR rule in Perak.

 Dr Boo emphasized that it is the Malay Rulers' prerogative to appoint a Menteri Besar letting it be a Malay or Non-Malay. Even though the Malay Sultanate States' constitutions state that a Menteri Besar must a Malay muslim unless with exceptional assent by the Malay ruler of the respective state.

DAP respects the constitutional framework, and Chua Soi Lek himself should stop questioning Malay Rulers prerogative in appointing Menteri Besars and consult a constitutional law expert on the issue.

 Chua Soi Lek has attempted to stir up racial sentiment without respecting the constitutional framework and demonizing  PAS as an extreme political party at the expense of distorting the state Constitution.

I personally welcome PAS Vice President Salahuddin Ayob to return and contest in Johor.

His presence definitely would boost PR standing in Johor. Salahuddin Ayob so far is one of the most experienced PR leaders in Johor. He is an open minded leader from PAS and I am sure he will contribute to PR's effort in marching towards Nusajaya.

As reported by today's The Star, Chua Soi Lek is more interested in positions sharing in the PR, Chua Soi Lek should stay out of PR internal matters and ask what MCA has contributed to the welfare of Johor People.

He has repeatedly despise Malay rulers prerogative in appointing Menteri Besars without a deep understanding of Malay State Constitutions which were agreed by UMNO, MCA and MIC at the time of independence. Chua Soi Lek should stop exploiting on the Constitutional issues that are created by MCA itself. 

Is Johor Government in Exile?

Posted: 29 Apr 2012 07:16 PM PDT

Bilingual Statement

Press Statement by Dr. Boo Cheng Hau, Johor State Assembly Opposition Leader issued on April 26 2012, in response to Johor State Assembly Speaker Dato' Mohd Ali Hassan's claim that both Johor State Standing Order Committee and Privileges Committee will have their meetings in Grand Continental Hotel, Kuala Terengganu on April 28, and it is against parliamentary conventions to do so. 

As was reported in the Nanyang Siang Pau Johor Edition on 22 April, Dato' Ali Hassan accused me of stirring up an unnecessary issue as he has the ultimate power to decided where the meeting should be held.

Nonetheless, any Speaker's decision must be in line with parliamentary conventions and constitutional spirit. 
I would like to stress that the Commonwealth Parliamentary Practice and Conventions must be observed by the Johor State Assembly and more considerations should be given for its lawmakers' to speak out.

It is not in line with the Commonwealth Parliamentary Practice for the Johor State Assembly to have its proceedings outside its precinct including its select committees especially outside the boundaries of Johor State itself.

And it is improper to have Johor State Assembly's Privileges Committee and Standing Order Committee to have their proceedings in Kuala Terengganu, the capital city of another state as Johor State Government is not a Government-in-exile. 

The move to have Johor Select Committees meeting in another state could be interpreted as a self-inflicting insult to the Johor State's sovereignty. The Johor Speaker Dato' Mohd Ali Hassan is urged to give explanation on why the Johor State Assembly fails to observe the said parliamentary convention. 

I also urge Johor State Speaker Dato' Mohd Ali Hassan to review his decision to call meeting of both committees in Kuala Terengganu. As far as the sovereignty of the Johor State is concerned, these meetings should be held within the precinct of Johor State Assembly and within the boundaries of the Johor state itself.

Furthermore, it is inappropriate to held meetings in Kuala Terengganu, another state's territory, to curb freedoms of Johor lawmakers to enquire and debate about Johor State Government policies and development in the state itself.

Among the amendments to be made in the upcoming Standing Orders is relieving the State Government in answering unanswered oral questions whereas previously all unanswered oral questions must be given written answers. 

In the current situation, only 10% of oral questions are answered during the State Assembly sittings. If the new ruling is put in force, that means 90% of oral questions would be struck out by the ruling itself. That leaves Johor lawmakers very little space to check on State Government's implementation of policies and their excesses.

Apparently, Johor will be the first legislative in the country to make such amendment in its Standing Orders to relieve the Executive from answering lawmakers' questions. By doing so it proves that the Johor Barisan Nasional Government has become more and more autocratic by refusing to hear people's voices.

Other autocratic amendments include cutting the number of backbenchers in delivering adjournment speech from 5 to 3 per session. 

And previously the opposition members were already barred from delivering adjournment speech. After the amendment being made, adjournment speeches will be only allowed 2 out of 4 sittings per year while previously all 4 sittings were allowed for backbenchers to give adjournment speeches.

I would like to emphasize that the adjournment speech is an important process for both Barisan Nasional Backbenchers and the opposition members to check on any possible abuses by the Executive branch of the government.

I would like to condemn all the new amendments proposed as autocratic which also show Barisan Nasional's lack of confidence in its own Government by subjecting it to the due process of checks and balances through scrutiny by the legislative.

All these amendments mark the deepening of the dark ages in Johor democracy. They shall be opposed by all conscientious Johoreans and Malaysians. 





其中修改的议会常规包括任何口头问题在议会中,没有回答者,将自动报销,州政府将不必回答。巫程豪说,在一般议会中,仅有10% 口头问题得以口头回答,那意味着在议会常规修改后,90%议员的问题将不受理会,这违法了议会民主,走向更专制的政府。




Posted by Tanpa Nama | Posted on 7:24 PTG


Global Bersih 3.0 (from around the world)

Posted: 29 Apr 2012 07:23 AM PDT

Suara Sri Andalas

Posted by Tanpa Nama | Posted on 3:42 PTG

Suara Sri Andalas

Police Response During BERSIH 3.0 Rally Disproportionate and Excessive

Posted: 29 Apr 2012 06:07 AM PDT


Police response during BERSIH 3.0 rally disproportionate and excessive

The Malaysian Bar is appalled at the abuse of the legal process and grotesque use of force by the police in connection with the BERSIH 3.0 rally in Kuala Lumpur yesterday, 28 April 2012.
The crowds that had gathered for the BERSIH 3.0 rally reflected a broad cross-section of Malaysian society, and were peaceful.  The police were initially restrained, although they did try to stop people from reaching various pre-announced meeting points.  However, the attitude of the police underwent a sea-change at 3:00 pm that day.  The reported breach of police barricades in some areas does not justify the police unleashing the full force of their arsenal upon crowds that were peaceful.  The police have shown in this incident that they do not have the maturity, discipline and restraint required of a professional force.  In this regard the Malaysian Bar strongly disagrees with the Minister of Home Affairs' assertion that the police acted professionally. 

The court order excluding members of the public from Dataran Merdeka is arguably defective in law due to a lack of specificity.  Given that the BERSIH 3.0 rally had been announced on 4 April 2012, there was no need to have obtained the order ex parte.  There had been ample opportunity for the relevant parties to be heard before deciding if such an order deserved to be issued.  In addition, the order was obtained with respect to a situation of the authorities' own making, by their unjustifiable denial of access to Dataran Merdeka.  It is important to bear in mind that the Minister of Home Affairs had previously announced that the BERSIH 3.0 rally was not a security threat.

Nonetheless, having obtained the exclusion order, the police proceeded to disrespect the order by unilaterally closing additional roads and restricting access to other areas not covered by its terms.  The terms of the order itself, the closing of the roads and the restriction in access gave rise to a tense situation that contributed to the unnecessary violence that occurred. 

As has been done with some other public assemblies in the past, the Malaysian Bar deployed lawyers and pupils-in-chambers to act as monitors during the rally, numbering approximately 80.  Our monitoring teams reported witnessing the use of an array of heavy-handed tactics by the police, including the indiscriminate discharging of multiple rounds of tear gas without any obvious provocation, and arbitrary use of water cannons.  Police fired tear gas directly at the crowd.  They also manoeuvred their firing pattern to box in the participants rather than allowing them to disperse quickly.  This is not action to disperse, but is instead designed to attack, a crowd.  When items were thrown at the police, the police stooped to return like for like. 

The Malaysian Bar does not countenance the belligerent conduct shown by a number of the participants.  However, we express deep and serious concern as to how the police responded.  The police displayed a lack of restraint and proportionality, reminiscent of their actions at the BERSIH 2.0 rally on 9 July 2011.  Instead of displaying action to calm the situation, they instead aggravated it and contributed to the escalation of the conflict.  Although organisers of public gatherings must bear some responsibility when things get out of hand due to their action or inaction, this does not and cannot excuse the response of the police.  

The monitoring teams also witnessed numerous acts of police brutality, such as assault of arrested persons.  Instead of merely apprehending suspects, the attitude of the police was punitive in nature.  The reported attacks by the police on members of the media, both local and international, and the confiscation and/or destruction of their photographs and video recordings, speaks to police action in covering up or preventing a full and accurate record of the BERSIH 3.0 rally and the responses of the police.
Regrettably, the police also showed a general lack of cooperation towards the Malaysian Bar's monitoring teams, and were hostile in their attitude and approach at times.  This is most unprofessional and unbecoming, and serves as an unhealthy development with negative connotations for the future.
The Malaysian Bar notes that yesterday's events have not occurred in isolation, but stem from the fundamental problems that gave rise to the BERSIH 3.0 rally in the first place, namely the ongoing and outstanding issues relating to the electoral roll, and the lack of confidence in its integrity and that of the electoral process in Malaysia.  
Those who look upon Dataran Merdeka as a symbol of freedom will view the exclusion from Dataran Merdeka as freedom denied.  The promise by the Government to respect democracy and human rights, and implement reforms, was tested yesterday.  The Government's response and actions during the BERSIH 3.0 rally provided an indication of whether the new reform legislation will be perverted and abused in its use and implementation, where the wide powers vested in the authorities call for measured, proportionate and mature exercise.  The events of 28 April 2012 do not bode well in this regard.
Transformation and real recognition of democratic rights come at a price, namely constant vigilance.  The cost of not transforming and not allowing Malaysians the proper exercise of our democratic rights is too high.  In Malaysia's march towards developed nation status by 2020, which is only eight years away, the constitutional right to clean, free and fair elections cannot and should not be sacrificed.  
Christopher Leong
Malaysian Bar
29 April 2012 

Dr Siti Mariah Mahmud

Posted by Tanpa Nama | Posted on 3:40 PTG

Dr Siti Mariah Mahmud

Sayonara Najib

Posted: 29 Apr 2012 03:32 AM PDT

After Bersih 3.0 there is only one option left for Prime Minister Najib Razak and his BN team, enjoy and finish your term while you can.
That is until June 2013, by when elections must be held. With Najib in charge of Barisan Nasional, there is no way you guys can win the 13th General Election and I'm sure the top brass in Umno knows this and will do something to change things around - for Umno's and BN's own sakes.
The way Najib mishandled BERSIH 3.0 by hiding away from it does not augur well for him. The Rakyat will surely teach him a lesson at the ballot box. Every one of the 250,000 protesters are angry with you, just imagine how the hatred will spread to family and friends all over Malaysia.

This will be 'Maximum Impact'. No way, your mainstream newspapers and media can stop it, not even with their usual false reporting.
250,000 pairs of eyes and ears saw and heard it all. They will compare what their senses and sight told them with Najib's double talk and make their own conclusions about the action that took place that day. Really, Najib - you are quite foolish to have chosen such a course of action. Your Police chased the people all over town right up to Chinatown - mind you, there were tourist there.
In the end, everyone in the Jalan Sultan and Jalan Petaling vicinity got a good dose of tear gas - protesters as well as ordinary people out for shopping and bemused tourist. So it looks like you waged war with your own people. How could you and still expect to face them and ask them for their votes ... Sayonara Matey!

Bersih 3.0 witnesses: 'Overturn police car to save life'

Posted: 29 Apr 2012 03:13 AM PDT

Al Jazeera crew's camera 'busted by Malaysian police' at rally

Posted: 29 Apr 2012 02:44 AM PDT

Polis tembak gas dan meriam air : Apa kata anda

Posted: 28 Apr 2012 07:57 PM PDT

Ini penjelasan Polis  ..... Apa kata anda???? 

Ketua Polis Kuala Lumpur Datuk Mohmad Salleh menjelaskan, pihaknya terpaksa menggunakan meriam air dan gas pemedih mata kerana peserta BERSIH merempuh polis untuk menuju ke Dataran Merdeka.

"Kumpulan berkenaan terus bergerak untuk memasuki Dataran Merdeka, pihak polis melepaskan gas pemedih mata untuk menghalang kemaraan peserta perhimpunan, sehingga kini pihak polis masih mengawal keadaan," katanya dalam kenyataan pada jam 5.30 petang.

Mohmad berkata, setakat jam 2.55 petang, perhimpunan terkawal dan tiada sebarang perkara tidak diingini.

Bagaimanapun, katanya, selepas pemimpin pembangkang dan NGO berucap, beberapa peserta membaling pelbagai objek ke arah polis dan merempuh halangan polis.

Kejadian itu, katanya, berlaku di tempat perintah larangan mahkamah di persimpangan Jalan Tun Perak/Jalan Tunku Abdul Rahman.

Keadaan itu, tambahnya, membuatkan polis terpaksa melepaskan tembakan air.

i n t a n h i j a u

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i n t a n h i j a u

VIDEO BERSIH 3.0 OLEH intanhijau

Posted: 28 Apr 2012 08:36 PM PDT

BERSIH 3.0 DARI LENSA intanhijau

Posted: 28 Apr 2012 08:32 PM PDT


Posted: 28 Apr 2012 08:11 PM PDT

Comments for Wee Choo Keong

Posted by Tanpa Nama | Posted on 1:06 PTG

Comments for Wee Choo Keong

Comment on Is Shane Nollan “ripping off” the Government? by Anonymous

Posted: 28 Apr 2012 10:59 PM PDT

Bk sidhu is a woman…might not be related to TF, just his……

Comment on Is Shane Nollan “ripping off” the Government? by Lantau a/l Lagin

Posted: 28 Apr 2012 06:22 PM PDT

no action taken by MOF and PM. look like they all are involve in this scam, they have eyes fail to see, and have ears fail to hear. dump…dump.

Comment on Is Shane Nollan “ripping off” the Government? by Malaysian

Posted: 28 Apr 2012 05:16 PM PDT

As usual, B.K Sidhu, the author of the article writes something to show how backward MAS could go if the CCF was to be cancelled. Previously, he wrote few articles to show how important and beneficial the CCF to MAS. Is he in anyway related to TF? Maybe a friend or what?

Hopefully by next Wednesday, the Government would announce the cancellation of the CCF and kick out the AK guys from MAS board. To restore it to how it was is hard but still it would be best if done without the AK guys. Glory glory MAS! May the future be bright again for her.

And to YB, hope you could stay as an independent MP and monitor the dealings from both sides, the Opp and the Gov. Youre best in what you do. Dont worry, you’ll have your own army of rakyats, who will keep on supporting the likes of you. May you win again the next GE.

Comment on Is Shane Nollan “ripping off” the Government? by Hypertension

Posted: 28 Apr 2012 02:54 PM PDT

The AirAsia founding members were just trying to help to turn MAS around. AirAsia by itself is doing very well, so they could have done without a share swap,” said another analyst, adding: "AirAsia has evolved from a one-country airline to become a regional player, and its evolution will continue with or without the share swap and CCF but can the same be said of MAS?unquote

My journey - Wong Hon Wai 黃漢偉

Posted by Tanpa Nama | Posted on 11:16 PG

My journey - Wong Hon Wai 黃漢偉

Speech on Fees for Higher Education

Posted: 28 Apr 2012 07:13 PM PDT

As reported in HCTV News 韩视网程文慧报导
My response on Fees for Higher Educatio. If we can save on the money on corrupt and illegal practice, we can provide free education for university students.

 Date: 2012-4-28 04:18:00 PM














的支持, 包括槟州中华总商会的贷学金等。高等教育基金(PTPTN)于
有鉴于所有课程必须通过MQA的批准,韩院的学生迟至 2005年才开始申
·  韩院生近500名受惠


2006年时受惠学生是36人,贷款总数是36万令吉;2007年骤降 8人,
2009年进一步增至107人,相等于约150万令吉贷学 金;2010年增至124人,
260万令吉贷学金,换言之,在过去7 以来,总共有496位学生受惠,
·  低息贷款减轻学生负担


·  韩院3+0课程可申请PTPTN

他宣称高教部最近又批准了韩院3 + 0 学位课程的学生可以直接申请 
Degree Programme)的学生都有资格申请PTPTN的贷学金,而且所提


·  4月份新生跨向200


MY QUEST 鉴定为5星级水平。这使到今年的招生有所突破。"