Dr Shafie Abu Bakar

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Bengkel Masjid Al-Umm: Keperluan Dan Pendekatan

Posted: 03 Oct 2014 04:16 PM PDT

Chong Chieng Jen's Blog

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Chong Chieng Jen's Blog

DAP urges state govt to nullify ‘lopsided’ deal over land at MJC Batu Kawah

Posted: 02 Oct 2014 06:16 PM PDT

The state DAP has called on the state government to nullify its agreement with a private company for the purported alienation of a 260-acre land opposite MJC Batu Kawa.
Its chairman Chong Chieng Jen said the parcel of land was estimated to be worth around RM500 million at market value but an agreement has been reached that it will be sold to the company at only RM115 million.
He has given State Secretary Tan Sri Datuk Amar Morshidi Abdul Ghani 10 days to clarify the matter but received no response thus far.
"I've personally read through the agreement, which was signed by Morshidi on behalf of the state government and two directors of the company, and there are a lot of uncertainties in it," the Kota Sentosa assemblyman told a press conference at his party's headquarters yesterday.
According to him, the main features of the agreement were that the government would alienate the land for RM115 million the company did not have to pay.
"The company will instead build two orphanage buildings – one in Lawas and one in Mukah – and the lands will be provided and notified by the government.
"In addition to this, it is also agreed that the company will also build a premises for Association of Wives of Ministers and Assistant Ministers of Sarawak (Sabati) at Jalan Bako here," he said, adding that the lands for these three buildings had been alienated.
"The value of these buildings will be estimated by Public Works Department and if the cost surpasses RM115 million, the government would have to pay the company the extra."
Chong said that this was a "totally lopsided agreement" whereby the government and the people in general had been taken for a ride by the company.
"However, the government has the legal right to nullify this agreement because of the uncertainties and unreasonableness and I call upon Chief Minister Datuk Patinggi Tan Sri Adenan Satem to take action by cancelling this agreement," Chong said.
on Borneo Post (3/10/2014)


Posted: 02 Oct 2014 06:10 PM PDT





张氏透露,根据国油的财务报告,国油单单今年第二季(1/4/2014 – 30/6/2014),其净盈利就已高达211亿令吉,而其2014年首半年的净盈利则是398亿令吉。

1.         由砂州部长Fatimah所暴露的,5000令吉可以供水给郊区一个甘榜的工程,但工程部却需35万令吉。
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Fuel hike will hurt S'wak's rural dwellers

Posted: 02 Oct 2014 05:22 PM PDT

Eighty percent of Sarawak's 2.6 million population are expected to be hit hard by the petrol and diesel pump price increase of 20 sen per litre effectively.

Sarawak DAP chief Chong Chieng Jen said that the hike will have a knock on effect on the mostly rural dwellers, who are mostly subsistence farmers and fishermen.

He said that the hike would significantly impact the transportation costs of goods used daily by the group which the government has identified as the nation's poorest.

"This is the price we pay for the continuous incessant wastages, corruption and cronyism practised by the BN government," Chong (left) said in a press conference.

He said that the continual reduction of petrol subsidy, resulting in higher pump prices, is due to "wastages, corruption, and cronyism".

He said that this is clear as Malaysia is blessed with natural resources, and yet its people are struggling.
"Because of wastages, corruption and cronyism, we are actually living in high cost of living, but with low income. This is our dilemma," he said.

Highest among oil producing nations

He said that Malaysian consumers pay the most for petrol and diesel, compared to other oil producing countries.
"We are not only pay expensive petrol, but our car prices are a lot more than prices in other countries.  For those who have cars, this is double exploitation," he added.

He added that the government can also no longer justify the subsidy cut by citing rising subsidy costs, as crude oil prices have actually gone down by 10 percent.

"And yet the government has increased RON95 and diesel prices by 10 percent," he said

He said that at US$90 (RM292.93) per barrel, Malaysia is still making a profit as a net oil exporter.

Failure to channel the profits to maintain petrol subsidies for local consumers, he says, shows that the coffers are running low due to perpetual wastages.

on the Malaysiakini (2/10/2014)