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Dr Shafie Abu Bakar

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Dr Shafie Abu Bakar


Ribut Kencang Rosakkan 17 Buah Rumah Di Sungai Ramal Luar

Posted: 02 May 2012 04:14 PM PDT

Dua Pasti Berrgabung Meneruskan Tradisi Mengadakan Sukan Tahunan Bersama

Posted: 02 May 2012 03:59 PM PDT

Politik Gembala Kambing Kembali Didongengkan !

Posted: 02 May 2012 06:33 AM PDT

Hannah Yeoh

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Hannah Yeoh


Details of allocation spending for year 2011

Posted: 02 May 2012 11:05 PM PDT

In line with our commitment to transparency and accountability, we have once again published details of our allocation spending here.

Taxpayers money must always be accounted for. That is why we have published details of our spending every year on my blog. 

On 28 September 2011, the Selangor State Government has decided to increase our annual RM500,000 allocation to RM600,000. Due to the fact that we were approaching the last quarter of 2011 when this announcement was made, the Petaling Land Office has allowed us to carry forward the balance of money to year 2012. 

My Bersih Story

Posted: 02 May 2012 02:59 AM PDT



So many people have written articles on their first hand account of Bersih 3.0. I was struggling inside me for days contemplating whether or not I should pen down my personal experience. I have tweeted how I was absent during Bersih 1.0 – I was still a very ignorant Malaysian back then. When Bersih 2.0 happened, I had just given birth to my first child and was on maternity leave. I was at home praying for a peaceful rally and that my husband, my dad and my brother would come home safely from the rally. Bersih 3.0 - I was there for the very first time together with my husband, my assistants, sister, cousin, brother-in-law, former schoolmates from SM Subang Utama, former employer, my father-in-law, friends and some residents. Many were there for the very first time. Many are NOT members of any political parties - and that's a very good sign that truly the civil society has awakened!

When we got to the KTM station in Subang Jaya, there were many others who were waiting for the train in their yellow t-shirts.

When the train arrived from Klang and Batu Tiga, it was already packed with many Bersih supporters. Some clapped as the train stopped to pick up more Bersih supporters. I was like a little sardine fish inside the train.

When we arrived at the Kuala Lumpur station, I saw train after train brought in hundreds of other Bersih supporters.

When we got to Jalan Petaling, I was shocked to see so many young people have already gathered. The theme was "Duduk Bantah". One of my assistants has often been teased to have obsessive compulsive disorder. As a housewife and chief-of-staff, she would never stop cleaning. On 428, she had no problem sitting on the street. Other friends were proud of her. Some schoolmates of mine hate to be under the hot sun. On 428, they stood for hours in the hot sun. And that was the message I received from so many others, they were willing to put aside their personal preferences and habits to send a strong message to the Barisan Nasional-led government – they want clean and fair elections.

When we got to Jalan Tun Perak, it was so crowded I was literally rubbing sweaty shoulders and arms with others. Some recognised me and I conceded taking photographs despite looking fatigued. By then, we had been standing on our feet for almost 5 hours.

When I got closer to the Masjid Jamek station, I saw Datuk Ambiga addressing the people but I was on the opposite side of the road and I could not hear the speech. The crowd then starting moving forward towards Dataran Merdeka. The next thing I saw were hands going up in front of me signalling to the rest of us to turn back and run. I didn't know what to do. I was afraid of a stampede. Considering it was my first Bersih rally and after listening to horror stories of police brutality during Bersih 2.0, I decided to hug a lamp post. Yes you heard correctly. Hugged a lamp post I did! My husband pulled me away and we started running into a back lane. I then realised that the police had shot tear gas at us and there were hundreds of people escaping into the back lane with teary eyes. I saw Malaysians of all races sharing salt, water and towels. At the end of the back lane, there were others running towards us, tear gas were being shot from the other direction too. We were cornered. It was chaotic. By then, I was coughing terribly and had difficulty breathing. Again, I did the unimaginable - I was sprawled over a parked car. I simply could not breathe! My friend Peter saw me and dragged me away from the car. A group of us managed to seek shelter inside a budget hotel nearby.

On the sixth floor of the hotel, an elderly Malay couple offered their room for us to wash our face. There were young people there who shared their packed food with us. It felt like post-war. Malaysians came together. Sadly we were not running away from war enemies, we were running away from our own police force even though we had gathered in peace to demand for clean and fair elections.

I condemn any form of violence that has taken place be it against the civilians, the journalists or the police. To me, the tear gas felt very deadly. To be cornered into a tiny alley with tear gas coming from both directions had left me in a very undignified position to the extent my husband could not recognise it was me that was sprawled over a car.

If the tear gas had such an effect on me, I cannot imagine how dangerous it was for senior citizens and for those with asthma. Bersih 3.0 wasn't about Anwar-Azmin, even though the BN regime wants to pin all the blame on the both of them for the unruly behaviour of some. I have been to huge political and church rallies but I have never seen a crowd like that on 428. The testimonies of some 250,000 Malaysians at home, in the office, in mosques, in churches, in temples or in colleges cannot be discounted no matter how hard the BN-led government tries. If you had been on the streets of KL that day, you would know that no amount of censorship on Astro or spinning in the mainstream media can stop the testimonies of those who were present. And their Bersih stories will continue to pour in.

MY VOICE FOR NATION

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MY VOICE FOR NATION


French prosecutors: Najib sought US$1bil for Perimekar

Posted: 02 May 2012 10:13 PM PDT

他若猎物般被扛走

Posted: 02 May 2012 09:11 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


29hb April, 2012 - Sukaneka Tahunan Tmn Impian Ehsan

Posted: 02 May 2012 12:46 AM PDT

29hb April, 2012 - Menghadiri Majlis Penutupan untuk menyampaikan hadiah kpd budak-budak :-)






"Yeah! We r the champion!" :-D


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Trees Planting at Tmn Putri Jaya

Posted: 02 May 2012 12:19 AM PDT

April 29, 2012 - 100 trees to be planted by residents of Taman Putri Jaya for a GREEN environment :-)


Witness the ceremony with MPKj loca councillors Sdr Eddie Ng and Sdr Bryan Lai (More......)

'JOM SHOPPING'

Posted: 02 May 2012 12:14 AM PDT

Majlis penyampaian barang keperluan harian kepada Warga Emas menggunakan peruntukan 'JOM SHOPPING' anjuran Kerajaan Negeri Selangor.


YB Teo sedang menyampaikan barangan keperluan harian kepada salah seorang warga emas.





Hj Ramlan selaku Ketua Kampung (Pengerusi JKKK) merakamkan ucapan terima kasih daripada semua yang terlibat. (More......)

29hb April, 2012 - Menghadiri Majlis Anugerah Kecemerlangan Anak-Anak Kg Sungai Balak

Posted: 02 May 2012 12:04 AM PDT

29hb April, 2012 - Menghadiri Majlis Anugerah Kecemerlangan Anak-Anak Kg Sungai Balak


Ketua Kampung Tuan Haji Ramalm Bin Abu yang tengah memberi ucapan :-) — at Kampung Sungai Balak, Balakong.




Bergambar dengan pelajar cemerlang Kg Sungai Balak :-)

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29th April, 2012 - Attending the Opening Ceremony of a Na Du Gong Temple at Desa Serdang

Posted: 01 May 2012 11:55 PM PDT

April 29, 2012 - Attending the Opening Ceremony of a Na Du Gong Temple at Desa Serdang with Sdr Ean Yong Hian Wah.

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29hb April, 2012 - Gotong-royong di Tmn Seri Minang

Posted: 01 May 2012 11:51 PM PDT

29hb April, 2012 - Gotong-royong bersama Ahli Majlis MPKj, Pn Evonne Lee dan Penduduk-penduduk di Tmn Seri Minang




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21hb April, 2012 - Lawatan ke Surau Taman Sri Timah

Posted: 01 May 2012 11:37 PM PDT

21hb April, 2012 - Lawatan ke Surau Taman Sri Timah bersama Ahli Majlis Sdr Eddie Ng dan Sdri Evonne Lee


Bantuan barangan keperluan harian kepada 11 orang warga emas dan 4 orang OKU 


Bantuan barangan keperluan harian kepada 11 orang warga emas dan 4 orang OKU 


Bantuan barangan keperluan harian kepada 11 orang warga emas dan 4 orang OKU 
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www.telokkemang.blogspot.com/

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www.telokkemang.blogspot.com/


MAHATHIR NAFI ANTI YAHUDI

Posted: 02 May 2012 06:09 PM PDT

MAHATHIR NAFI ANTI YAHUDI

Apa kata Utusan Malaysia?

Keratan diatas saya paparkan kepada rakyat agar dapat menilai jenis apakah individu ini termasuk pimpinan UMNO/BN. Semakan kepada Utusan bertarikh 28 Febuari 1998 jelas menunjukkan bahawa mereka tidak ada pendirian yang konsisten terhadap isu Israel-Yahudi.

Namun hari ini cuba untuk menjuarai isu dengan membuat tohmahan kepada pimpinan Pakatan Rakyat berkaitan isu sokongan kononnya kepada Israel-Yahudi.
Rakyat & Anak-anak muda boleh menilai akan perkara ini. Polisi oleh pimpinan UMNO/BN yang tidak konsisten menyebabkan kita hilang arah dalam menentukan sikap terhadap dasar luar negara yang lebih konstruktif. 
-Kamarul Baharin-

Lim Guan Eng

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Lim Guan Eng


BN Federal Government’s Minimum Monthly Wage Of RM 900 In Peninsular Malaysia And RM 800 In Sabah And Sarawak Is Insufficient (en/bm/cn)

Posted: 01 May 2012 10:47 PM PDT

Press Statement by DAP Secretary-General and MP for Bagan Lim Guan Eng in Kuala Lumpur on 2.5.2012

BN Federal Government's Minimum Monthly Wage Of RM 900 In Peninsular Malaysia And RM 800 In Sabah And Sarawak Is Insufficient As It Is Not Only Discriminatory Against Workers But Demonstrates A Glaring Lack Of Commitment By BN To Reduce Poverty When It Is Far Below The Poverty Line For East Malaysia.

Prime Minister Dato' Sri Najib Tun Razak's announcement of a floor wage for the private sector at RM 900 per month for workers in the Peninsular and RM 800 per month for those in Sabah and Sarawak is grossly insufficient as it is lower than Pakatan Rakyat's RM 1,100 minimum take-home pay every month. PR had proposed RM1,100 minimum monthly take home pay, inclusive of all fixed allowances, but excluding over-time payments.

BN Federal Government's minimum monthly wage of RM 900 in Peninsular Malaysia and RM 800 in Sabah and Sarawak is insufficient as it is not only discriminatory against workers but demonstrates a glaring lack of commitment by BN to reduce poverty when it is far below the poverty line for East Malaysia. The reality of life in Malaysia is such that the quantum of RM900/RM800 is simply insufficient to cover the basic needs of a worker. While it will be marginal relief for the one third of workers in our country who currently earn below RM 700 per month, the fact is that RM 800 per month for Sabah and Sarawak will still mean that workers there will continue to live in poverty.

According to the 9th Malaysia Plan, the Poverty Line Indicator (PLI) is RM830 per month for Sarawak and RM960 per month for Sabah. This is becase the cost of living in those two states is much higher compared to the Peninsular, which has a PLI of RM720 per month. In other words, even if the RM800 per month minimum wage is implemented in Sabah and Sarawak, it will still be far below the PLI as defined by the Malaysian Government.

In addition to the proposed PR minimum wage of RM1,100 that will be able to meet the basic needs of workers across the country, we must also be aware that Malaysia is fast-becoming an indebted nation where families spend everything and beyond what they earn. For example, Bank Negara's Annual Report 2010 revealed that Malaysia's household debt at the end of 2010 was RM 581 billion or 76 per cent of GDP, thus giving us the dubious honour of having the second-highest level of household debt in Asia, after South Korea.

In addition, the Malaysian household debt service ratio stood at 47.8 per cent in 2010, meaning that nearly half of the average family's income goes to repaying debts. As a rule, banks would not lend money to those whose total servicing of loans exceeded one third of their income. In other words, we are spiralling into an indebted nation.

Thus, even a minimum wage is not enough without two important considerations. Firstly, the minimum wage quantum must be indexed to the Consumer Price Index, so that it is adjusted with the rate of inflation. This will ensure that standard of living and quality of life will be protected and maintained.

Secondly, increasing the livelihood of Malaysians also requires an holistic economic strategy that is targetted at raising disposable income. In other words, we need to put more money into people's pockets. However, this cannot be done just by setting a minimum wage. In the larger picture, we have to address the influx of unskilled foreign workers and their wage-suppressing effect, upgrade skills and productivity of our local workforce and also increase the participation of women in the workforce.

Besides that, the government must also invest in key sectors such as public transport, housing and healthcare. If cost of living is lower, disposable income will automatically increase. This concept is very simple – if it costs less to commute, buy a house and pay medical bills, then everyone will have more money. Imagine if every Malaysian had just RM10 extra every day, the economic multiplier effect will result in RM280 million extra circulating in the economy every day. That is no small amount. In other words, if we can increase the purchasing power of our people, especially amongst the lower-income groups, we will be able to increase domestic demand and create a healthier economy for all Malaysians.

Therefore, we are extremely disappointed with the minimum wage of RM900 in Peninsular and RM800 in Sabah and Sarawak set by the Federal Government, which is not only insufficient to cover the basic needs of workers, but in fact below the poverty line indicator of RM830 per month in Sarawak and RM960 per month in Sabah.

As for the Penang State Government, we are committed to the PR-proposed figure of RM1,100 and in fact have already achieved the minimum monthly wage of RM1,100 (including allowances and cost of living) excluding overtime. In other words, all government servants in all state agencies and GLCs in Penang as well as the local councils MPPP and MPSP get much more than RM 1,100 monthly. Last year, the lowest paid road sweeper and drain cleaners at local authorities in Majlis Perbandaran Pulau Pinang and Majlis Perbandaran Seberang Perai were given an extra monthly incentive of RM150.

Lim Guan Eng

—-BM Translation—

Kenyataan Akhbar oleh Setiausaha Agung DAP dan Ahli Parlimen Bagan Lim Guan Eng di Kuala Lumpur pada 2.5.2012

Penetapan Gaji Minima RM900 Sebulan Di Semenanjung Malaysia Dan RM800 Di Sabah Dan Sarawak Oleh Kerajaan Persekutuan BN Tidak Mencukupi Dan Bukan Sahaja Mendiskriminasikan Pekerja Tetapi Menunjukkan Kekurangan Komitmen Oleh BN Untuk Membasmi Kemiskininan Kerana Ia Jauh Di Bawah Garis Kemiskinan Di Malaysia Timur.

Pengumuman Perdana Menteri Dato' Sri Najib Tun Razak bahawa gaji minima bagi sektor swasta ditetapkan pada kadar RM900 sebulan untuk pekerja di Semenanjung dan RM800 sebulan di Sabah dan Sarawak adalah sangat tidak mencukupi kerana ia adalah lebih rendah daripada gaji minima yang disyorkan Pakatan Rakyat iaitu RM1,100 sebulan. PR telah mencadangkan RM1,100 sebagai gaji minima yang merangkumi semua elaun tetapi tidak termasuk bayaran lebih masa.

Penetapan gaji minima RM900 sebulan di Semenanjung Malaysia dan RM800 di Sabah dan Sarawak oleh Kerajaan Persekutuan BN tidak mencukupi dan bukan sahaja mendiskriminasikan pekerja tetapi menunjukkan kekurangan komitmen oleh BN untuk membasmi kemiskinan kerana ia jauh di bawah garis kemiskinan di Malaysia Timur. Hakikatnya, kuantum RM900/RM800 adalah terlalu rendah dan tidak mencukupi untuk menanggung kos sara hidup seorang pekerja. Walaupun ia akan membawa sedikit kelegaan kepada satu pertiga pekerja di negara kita yang kini berpendapatan kurang daripada RM700 sebulan, hakikatnya RM800 sebulan untuk Sabah dan Sarawak bermakna bahawa pekerja-pekerja di sana akan terus hidup dalam kemiskinan.

Mengikut Rancangan Malaysia Ke-9, garis kemiskinan (PLI) adalah RM830 sebulan bagi Sarawak dan RM960 di Sabah. Ini adalah kerana kos sara hidup di kedua-dua negeri itu adalah lebih tinggi berbanding di Semenanjung, yang mempunyai PLI RM720 sebulan. Dalam erti kata lain, meskipun gaji minima RM800 dilaksanakan di Sabah dan Sarawak, ia masih lagi jauh d bawah PLI yang ditetapkan oleh Kerajaan Malaysia.

Tambahan kepada gaji minima RM1,100 sebulan yang dicadangkan PR, dan yang berupaya untuk memenuhi keperluan asas pekerja-pekerja di serata negara, kita harus sedar bahawa Malaysia sedang menjadi negara penghutang di mana isi-isi rumah kita membelanjakan semua dan lebih daripada pendapatan mereka. Sebagai contoh, Laporan Tahunan Bank Negara 2010 telah mendedahkan bahawa hutang isi rumah Malaysia pada akhir 2010 berada di tahap RM581 bilion ataupun 76 peratus daripada Keluaran Dalam Negara Kasar (KDNK), lantas "menobatkan" Malaysia sebagai negara dengan hutang isi rumah yang tertinggi di Asia selepas Korea Selatan.

Tambahan pula, nisbah bayaran hutang isi rumah Malaysia berada di tahap 47.8 peratus pada tahun 2010, atau dalam erti kata lain, setengah daripada pendapatan isi rumah digunakan untuk pembayaran hutang. Biasanya, institusi kewangan tidak akan memberi pinjaman jika jumlah bayaran hutang melebihi satu pertiga pendapatan. Dengan kata lain, Malaysia kian menjadi negara penghutang.

Oleh itu, gaji minima tidak mencukupi tanpa dua pertimbangan yang mustahak. Pertama, kuantum gaji minima haruslah dikaitkan secara langsung kepada Indeks Harga Pengguna, supaya ia akan disesuaikan dengan kadar inflasi. Ini akan memastikan taraf dan kualiti kehidupan tidak terjejas dan akan dilindungi.

Kedua, usaha menaikkan taraf kehidupan rakyat Malaysia memerlukan strategi ekonomi yang tuntas dan disasarkan kepada kenaikan pendapatan boleh guna. Dalam erti kata lain, kita harus memastikan rakyat mempunyai lebih banyak wang dalam saku. Ini tidak boleh dilakukan hanya dengan menetapkan gaji minima. Dalam konteks yang lebih besar, kita harus menangani kemasukan buruh asing tidak mahir dan kesan tekanan gaji yang menyusul sebagai akibatnya, meningkatkan kemahiran dan produktiviti pekerja tempatan dan juga meningkatkan penyertaan wanita dalam tenaga kerja.

Selain itu, kerajaan harus melabur dalam sektor-sektor utama seperti pengangkutan awam, perumahan dan kesihatan. Jika kos sara hidup diturunkan, pendapatan boleh guna akan meningkat. Konsepnya adalah mudah – jika kos dikurangkan untuk perjalanan ulang-alik ke tempat kerja, membeli rumah dan membayar bil kesihatan, maka semua orang akan mempunyai lebih banyak wang. Bayangkan sekiranya setiap rakyat Malaysia mempunyai RM10 lebih setiap hari, kesan pengganda ekonomi adalah besar iaitu RM280 juta lebih akan diedarkan dalam ekonomi setiap hari. Ini bukan jumlah kecil. Dalam erti kata lain, jika kita boleh meningkatkan kuasa membeli rakyat kita terutamanya di kalangan golongan berpendapatan rendah, kita akan berjaya meningkatkan permintaan tempatan dan mewujudkan ekonomi yang lebih sihat di Malaysia.

Oleh itu, kita sangat kecewa dengan gaji minima RM900 sebulan di Semenanjung dan RM800 sebulan di Sabah dan Sarawak yang ditetapkan oleh Kerajaan Persekutuan, yang bukan hanya tidak mencukupi untuk menanggung keperluan asas pekerja-pekerja, tetapi juga jauh lebih rendah daripada garis kemiskinan RM830 sebulan di Sarawak dan RM960 sebulan di Sabah.

Bagi Kerajaan Negeri Pulau Pinang pula, kita komited kepada cadangan PR iaitu RM1,100 sebulan dan sebenarnya sudah pun mencapai gaji minima RM1,100 (termasuk elaun dan COLA) tanpa mengira bayaran lebih masa. Dalam kata lain, semua kakitangan kerajaan di dalam semua agensi kerajaan negeri dan GLC di Pulau Pinang serta majlis-majlis perbandaran MPPP dan MPSP mempunyai pendapatan lebih daripada RM1,100 sebulan. Tahun lepas, penyapu jalan dan pencuci longkang di MPPP dan MPSP juga telah diberi insentif bulanan sebanyak RM150 sebulan.

Lim Guan Eng

—– Mandarin Translation —–

民主行动党秘书长兼峇眼区国会议员林冠英于2012年5月2日在吉隆坡发表声明:

国阵联邦政府制定的马来半岛每月最低薪资900令吉以及沙巴、砂拉越两州每月最低薪资800令吉是不足够的,因为这不只是对工人的歧视,也显示国阵没有诚意扫除贫穷,因为这个最低薪资远远不及东马的贫穷水平线。

首相拿督斯里纳吉宣布私人界的最低薪资分别是马来半岛900令吉、沙砂两州800令吉,这是不足够的,它比民联的1100令吉扣税后实得工资还低。民联建议把最低薪资订在1100令吉(扣税后的实得工资),包括所有固定津贴,但是不包括超时工资。

国阵联邦政府制定的马来半岛每月最低薪资900令吉以及沙砂两州每月最低薪资800令吉是不足够的,因为这不只是对工人的歧视,也显示国阵没有诚意扫除贫穷,因为这个最低薪资远远不及东马的贫穷水平线。 在马来西亚的生活现实是,900令吉或800令吉根本不足以应付一名员工的基本生活需求。它对于我国三分之一每月赚取低于700令吉的工人来说,或许是一个小小的安慰,但事实上,沙砂两州每月最低800令吉意味着当地的工人还是继续生活在贫困当中。

根据第九大马计划,砂拉越州的贫穷水平线为每月830令吉,而沙巴为每月960令吉。这是因为这两个州属的生活水平比马来半岛还高,马来半岛的贫穷线为每月720令吉。换句话说,就算在沙砂两州推行每月800令吉最低薪资,它还是远远不及马来西亚政府订下的贫穷水平线。

除了民联所提议的最低薪资1100令吉能够满足全国工人的基本需求,我们也要了解到,马来西亚已经快速成为举债国,几乎每个家庭的花费都超出他们所赚的。例如,2010年国家银行年度报告指出,马来西亚的家庭债务在2010年底是5810亿令吉或占国民生产总值的76%,让我们成为亚洲继韩国之后,家庭债务第二高的国家。

此外,我国的家庭债务偿债比率在2010年为47.8%, 意味着每个家庭平均有一半的收入是用来还债的。一般上,银行不会借钱给那些债务超过收入三分之一的人士。换句话说,我们正渐渐成为过度举债的国家。

因此,如果不考虑两个要素,单单拥有最低薪资是不够的。第一、最低薪资必须能够反映消费人指数。因此它必须依据通膨率调整。这才能够确保这项政策有助于保障及维持人民的生活水平及素质。

第二,随着马来西亚人民生活的提升,我们必须推出全方位的经济政策,以提高可支配收入为目标。换句话说,我们需要把钱放入人民的口袋。但是,这不能只是单靠制定最低薪资。长远来说,我们必须解决无技能外劳涌入以及他们压低工资的影响。我们必须提升本地员工的技能及生产力、同时增加女性在工作的参与。

此外,政府也必须投资在关键领域如公共交通、房屋及保健。如果生活水平降低、可支配收入自然会增加。这个概念很简单,如果人民在交通、房屋及医药方面的花费减少,那么每个人自然会有多一点钱。让我们想像,如果每个马来西亚人每天都多花10令吉,每天将会有额外的2亿8000万令吉在流通,产生经济倍增效应。这不是一笔小数目。如果我们可以增加人民的购买能力,特别是低收入群,我们将能够创造内需,为全民打造更健康的经济。

因此,我们对于联邦政府制定的最低薪资(马来半岛900令吉及沙砂两州800令吉)感到极度失望,这不只不足以应付一名工人的基本消费,事实上还低于砂拉越及沙巴州的贫穷水平线,即830令吉及960令吉。

至于槟州政府,我们支持民联所制定的最低薪金1100令吉,在事实上也达致每月1100令吉最低薪资(包括生活津贴),不包括超时工资。换句话说,槟州政府已经达到最低薪资1100令吉(包括生活津贴),不包括超时工资。换句话说,所有政府机构及官联公司,包括槟岛市政局及威省市政局的公务员,每个月都会获得超过1100令吉。去年,最低收入的清道夫及清沟员工,每个月也额外获得150令吉的奖掖。

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Bersih 3.0: Usaha Najib pulih imej berkecai

Posted: 02 May 2012 08:15 AM PDT

 
KUALA LUMPUR, 2 Mei: Tindakan ganas polis terhadap orang awam terutama para wartawan menjadikan imej Perdana Menteri, Datuk Seri Najib Razak serta Menteri Dalam Negeri, Datuk Seri Hishammuddin Hussien amat tercalar teruk.
"Sukar bagi PM untuk menjawab dengan masyarakat antarabangsa yang mempersoalkan tindakan kerajaannya terhadap rakyat mereka sendiri.

"Amat payah bagi PM menafikan keganasan polis oleh mangsa yang mendakwanya, kerana semua itu telah dirakamkan," kata Ketua Penerangan Dewan Pemuda PAS Malaysia (DPPM), Riduan Mohd Nor.

Tambahnya, ternyata percaturan mereka dalam menguruskan Bersih 3.0 telah silap dan tersimpang jauh dari matlamatnya.

Sehubungan itu, ujarnya DPPM menganggap tindakan kerajaan yang melayan peserta Himpunan Bersih 3.0 dengan kasar sebagai silap strategi.

Bagi DPPM, menurutnya PDRM telah menggagalkan semua hasrat Perdana Menteri yang mahu memulihkan imejnya di mata rakyat tetapi berkecai dalam sekelip mata semasa mengendalikan Bersih 3.0.

Di atas kertas, kata beliau strategi mereka mahu menjadikan Bersih 3.0 sebagai gambaran keganasan orang awam terhadap pihak polis.

"Dengan imej polis yang dipukul orang awam, kereta polis yang diterbalikkan, motor polis trafik yang dirosakkan, serta peralatan polis yang dirampas pada peringkat awalnya seolah-olah perancangan mereka berjaya.

"Namun demikian, mereka lupa bahawa para wartawan juga berada di tempat kejadian dan mereka merakam setiap insiden keganasan yang dilakukan oleh pihak polis terhadap orang awam," tegasnya.

Bahkan, kata Riduan lebih mendukacitakan pula, para wartawan pula dipukul, dicederakan, ditahan dan peralatan mereka dirampas sehingga beberapa orang wartawan terpaksa dihantar ke hospital bagi menerima rawatan.

Menurutnya lagi, mungkin pegawai tinggi PDRM lupa berpesan kepada anggota yang bertugas supaya tidak mengambil tindakan kasar terhadap para wartawan.

Katanya, mereka juga lupa memberi arahan supaya tidak memukul peserta di hadapan para wartawan.

Yang lebih utama, ujarnya mereka tidak sangka bahawa para wartawan yang dicederakan itu adalah daripada media antarabangsa walaupun media utama negara memaparkan kebaikan dan professionalisme polis dalam mengendalikan Bersih.

"Rakyat yang tidak tahu mungkin boleh ditipu dengan cerita versi mereka sahaja," ujarnya.

Namun, kata Riduan mereka tidak boleh sembunyikan cerita sebenar dan rakaman video oleh wartawan media antarabangsa mengenai keganasan polis terhadap rakyatnya sendiri.(HARAKAHDAILY)

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Program Masuk Kampung : Kg. Bukit Tok Beng dan Kg. Telaga Daing

Posted: 01 May 2012 05:47 PM PDT












Pada 28 April 2012 yang lalu, telah membuat program masuk kampung di Kampung Bukit Tok Beng dan Kg. Telaga Daing.

Majlis Penyampaian Hadiah Sempena Pertandingan Memancing 18 RAMD

Posted: 01 May 2012 05:34 PM PDT







Pada 28 April 2012 yang lalu, telah menyampaikan hadiah kepada pemenang sempena Pertandingan Memancing Hari Terbuka 18RAMD di Kem 18RAMD Seri Pantai Telok Ketapang, Seberang Takir. Tahniah kepada semua pemenang.

Pertandingan Memancing di Kampung Bukit Tok Beng

Posted: 01 May 2012 05:25 PM PDT






Pada 28 April 2012 yang lalu, satu pertandingan memancing telah diadakan di Kampung Bukit Tok Beng.

Ceramah Perdana Isu-Isu Semasa

Posted: 01 May 2012 05:18 PM PDT





Pada 26 April 2012 yang lalu, telah mengadakan ceramah perdana isu-isu semasa yang disampaikan oleh Penceramah Bebas, Yang Berbahagia Ustaz Kamal bin Saidin bertempat di Kampung Bukit Tok Beng.

Program Masuk Kampung Ziarah Orang Sakit

Posted: 01 May 2012 05:10 PM PDT





Pada 26 April 2012 yang lalu, telah masuk kampung untuk menziarah orang sakit dalam kawasan Seberang Takir.

Majlis Makan Malam Perkhemahan Integrasi Kadet Pertahanan Awam

Posted: 01 May 2012 05:05 PM PDT





Pada 25 April 2012 yang lalu, telah merasmikan Majlis Makan Malam Perkhemahan Integrasi Kadet Perthanan Awam Peringkat Kebangsaan ke-11 bertempat di Dewan Utama Kem Pengakap Tengku Muhammad Ismail, Telaga Batin.

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