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My journey - Wong Hon Wai 黃漢偉

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My journey - Wong Hon Wai 黃漢偉


Upgrade of Lebuhraya Thean Teik (Phase II) is now 70% completion

Posted: 21 May 2013 10:04 AM PDT

As reported in Kwongwah


 亚依淡区州议员黄汉伟(中)巡视槟城天德园第二阶段道路加宽工程进展,右为Jiran Bina董事王思勇及左为黄汉伟助理黄振部。

 

黄汉伟巡视天德园大道加宽工程 第二阶段料7月完成 发林新市镇车辆可左转到亚依淡

二零一三年五月二十一日 晚上七时五十八分

(槟城21日讯)预料今年7月在第二阶段道路加宽工程完成后,槟城天德园大道的交通将会更为顺畅。

在该大道第二阶段的道路加宽工程完成后,从发林新市镇驶出,采用该大道的车辆,将可直接转左,通往钟灵中学方向的亚依淡路。

为了让车辆能通行无阻的直接转左,该大道与峇都兰樟巷交界红绿灯左侧长约350米的道路将从现有的60尺加宽至100尺,即加宽40尺。
在该加宽道路工程完成后,从上述交界至发林新市镇巴刹的两边道路,都将拥有三条车道。

已完成约70%

该大道的第二阶段加宽工程于今年3月经已动工,目前工程已完成大约70%,并预料在2个月时间内,于7月间,全部工程将竣工。

该项道路加宽工程耗资在100万令吉以下,由位于该地点附近一发展计划的发展商Jiran Bina承担所有的兴建费用,因为这是槟州政府通过槟岛市政局在批准该发展计划时所施加的附带条件,即进行该大道第二阶段的道路加宽工程。

As reported in Guangmin

天德園大道擴建 次階段7月竣

  • 黃漢偉與王思勇巡視天德園大道第二期擴建工程,左一為黃漢偉助理黃振部。
(檳城21日訊)從今年3月開始展開的天德園大道第二階段擴建工程,預計7月就能通路。

天德園大道是於2011年開始擴建工程,將原有的4條車道增至6條車道,雖然工程進行期間曾面對天德園居民及邱公司不滿,但在經過多次商討後已經將問題解決。
 
由佳景集團負責的首階段計劃是在2012年2月完成,第二階段的擴建工程是由Jiran Bina有限公司負責。
 




料能紓緩塞車

黃漢偉週二與Jiran Bina有限公司董事王思勇巡視天德園大道的第二階段擴建工程時說,根據數據,該大道在上班高峰期時的交通數量每日平均2300輛,下午時段則平均1500輛。

"擴建工程完成後,預計能紓緩該區長期面對的交通阻塞問題,惠及該區的道路使用者。"

黃漢偉也指出,當局考量道路使用者的安全,將在該大道中間增設分界堤,以便能降低交通意外的發生。

王思勇指出,第二階段工程是從金英堂開始直到天德園大道與峇都蘭樟巷道路的交界處,將原有的4條車道改造成6車道,預計耗資100萬令吉。

他說,擴建工程期間若有造成當地居民的不便,可聯絡Jiran Bina有限公司(04-8285634)。

黃漢偉說,在完成天德園大道擴建工程後,州政府將在峇都蘭樟巷與檳州清真寺路的交界處進行加寬工程。

"另外,檳州政府及市政局也會開始著手計劃阿依淡通往敦林蒼祐大道的繞道工

Penang mulls a commission on election bribery complaints

Posted: 21 May 2013 03:21 AM PDT

As reported in FZ.com by Himanshu Bhatt


DAP's Air Itam assemblyman Wong Hon Wai, accompanied by Sim (R) holds a vernacular newspaper report on RM4 million allegedly spent for election pay-outs, outside the Penang MACC office.

DAP's Air Itam assemblyman Wong Hon Wai, with Bayan Baru MP from PKR Sim Tze Tzin (R), displays a voucher that was given to a voter before GE13 to claim an election pay-out for the Sungai Pinang state constituency (N30). The seat was eventually won by DAP.

GEORGE TOWN (May 13): The Penang government has found reason, supported by legal provisions, to set up a commission of enquiry on incidences of election pay-outs and related malpractices being made in the state.

Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng said based on the advice of constitutional lawyer Tommy Thomas, the state wants to have a commission so as to have findings and actions with statutory force.

The commission, he said, would work in parallel with any investigations by the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) and the police and if appropriate action is taken by the authorities, there would be no need to continue operating the commission, Lim said.

"We actually do not have much faith in the MACC and Election Commission (EC)," he said. "Let the commission be formed and let them come up with the findings. I don't want to make any pre-emptive comments."

 The Penang state executive council (exco) under Pakatan Rakyat will deliberate over the idea at its first meeting for the new term tomorrow.

 Lim said the meeting will also hear the input of newly minted exco member and lawyer by profession Jagdeep Singh Deo and Andrew Yong who is special legal officer of the Chief Minister.

Jagdeep, until his appointment to the exco last week after successfully defending his Datuk Keramat state seat, ran the legal firm of his father – DAP chairman and Bukit Gelugor MP Karpal Singh.

In a statement, Thomas explained that Section 2 of the Commissions of Enquiry Act 1950 gives power to both the federal and state governments to appoint such commissions.
 Section 2(3) reads:
 "The state authority of any state other than Sabah or Sarawak may issue a commission appointing one or more Commissioners and authorising them to enquire into –
 (d) any other matter in which an enquiry would, in the opinion of the state authority, be for the state's public welfare and which does not directly concern the public welfare of any state.
 "The expression 'public welfare' found in Section 2(3)(d) is also found in

Section 2(1)(d) relating to the Agong's power to appoint at the federal level," Thomas noted.

 He stressed if the Penang government was satisfied that "the public welfare of Penang has been engaged by reason of the dishonest manner in which the election campaign had been carried out," it is empowered, under the section, to appoint a commission of enquiry.

Thomas explained that the chief minister would have to seek the Yang diPertua Negri's approval for the establishment of the commission and the latter will make its appointment.

He said the appointment cannot be challenged in court because it is "non-justiciable" and also because no party has the 'locus standi' to institute legal proceedings in court, Thomas added.   

He cited Section 3(1) of the Act which provides the state the authority to specify the terms of reference and practical directions of how the commission can carry out its duties, while Section 3(2) provides for the appointment of a number of Commissioners.

The idea was mooted after Pakatan Rakyat representatives reported of alleged pay-outs in numerous occasions, around the state.

Before the 13th general election, DAP's Wong Hon Wai received a tip-off of such
incidence at a coffee shop in Reservoir Gardens in Penang.

Wong, who was candidate for the Air Itam state seat, called the police and rushed to the site but claimed that the activities stopped upon his arrival.

"The queue was still there, and after an hour the organisers asked the people to go off," Wong said, then lodging a police report and another with the MACC the next morning.

A few days ago, he and Pakatan Rakyat component members were shocked to hear of widespread pay-outs being allegedly made for voters in constituencies where Pakatan had lost to Barisan Nasional (BN).

Wong visited the MACC again today, this time with several PKR candidates who wanted to furnish evidences of similar cases in their own areas.

 Wong learnt that his report was still "under observation." "No action was taken, no witnesses called... I am expecting them to make arrests!" Wong said.

 "It is not an isolated case. It is a widespread vote-buying scheme to manipulate the outcome of the general elections," he alleged.

 "If MACC does not take any action, in five years this kind of thing will happen again, and on a bigger scale," Wong lamented.

Ten PKR hopefuls who lost in Penang – many by thin margins – also began the process of reporting alleged incidents of pay-outs in their respective constituencies to the MACC.

Their spokesman, Bayan Baru MP Sim Tze Tzin, said the public vouchers were given out during the 1Malaysia free 'charity dinner' and at other places during the campaigning period.

Sim said PKR members had all gathered evidences and want the police and MACC to investigate whether the events where the vouchers were given out were related to pay-outs.

 Sim cited the Balik Pulau parliamentary constituency where PKR and PAS lost in three state seats. He said money was being dispensed at three locations.

 "The pay-out amount was between RM120 and RM200 to each person," he said, adding that voters in constituencies where Pakatan Rakyat parties won were turned away.

Sim said he lodged a report at the Sungai Nibong police station on May 10. He cited Section 10A of the Election Offences Act 1954 where bribery related to voting is spelled out as an offence "before, during or after an election."

He claimed that at one site they saw "hundreds of people" queuing up in front of an entrance that had a cardboard displaying the official EC-designated numbers of the constituencies the BN had won.

"Some people said to us that if you produce your IC (identity card) photocopy and you are a voter you can take the money. They (those handing out the money) had the voters' list where they marked that you had taken the money," he said.

Acting on a tip-off, Sim and PKR members did a spot-check at a location in the Pulau Betong state constituency, but the persons who were giving out the money left when they arrived.

 "If this (pay-out) is legal, why are you running away?" Sim said, suspecting a continuous effort as many areas on the mainland had yet to receive their payments.

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