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张健仁:砂国阵应退党 禁极端主义渗透砂

Posted: 23 Feb 2016 06:08 PM PST

《转载自 诗华日报》

(本报古晋23日讯) 若要禁止种族极端主义政策渗透本州,砂行动党联委会主席张健仁认为,唯一方式是砂国阵退出由巫统所领导的国阵,并与巫统的国阵切割。
他今日在新闻发布会上针对教育部长拿督斯里马哈兹尔早前曾发表有关种族主义之言论时,如是表示。
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对于有关言论使得许多宗教团体和非政府组织呼吁砂州政府禁足教育部长入境砂州一事,他表示支持。
然而,他也认为,拿督斯里马哈兹尔乃是我国教育部长,既然他有这个种族主义的心态和思想,那么,他在拟定教育政策上肯定也一样会带出那种种族主义的心态与想法在其中,因此,他相信,即便拿督斯里马哈兹尔人不能进入砂州,但所拟定的教育政策还是一样会进入砂州,其影响力更深远,影响了成千上万的下一代。
张健仁指出,砂首长虽说砂州没有巫统存在,但实际上,巫统的政策已遍布整个砂州,尤其是在教育政策方面,足以影响人民下一代的思想。
他补充,就算州政府禁足拿督斯里马哈兹尔,这也只是很表面做法,真正的是要禁止他所拟定的种族主义政策在砂州施行。
因此,张健仁认为,若要禁止种族极端主义政策渗透本州,唯一方式是砂国阵退出由巫统所领导的国阵,并与巫统的国阵切割。

张健仁暂不透露细节 议席协商尽快完成

Posted: 23 Feb 2016 06:06 PM PST

《转载自 诗华日报》
砂行动党联委会主席张健仁(右2)在阿都阿兹(左起)、周宛诗以及杨薇讳随同下,召开新闻发布会。
(本报古晋23日讯)关于行动党、公正党以及诚信党之间的议席谈判进展,张健仁指出,来届州选举,他们将尽最大的努力,以一对一的方式对垒国阵。
他说,目前他们还在协商中,至于协商细节则不便对外透露,免得国阵有机可乘,而有关议席协商将会尽快完成。
张健仁今日在新闻发布会上受询时,如是表示。
与此同时,针对国阵宣称有信心在来届州选举夺回至少4个行动党之议席时,张健仁表示,国阵要怎么发表是他们的权利。
他笑言,这或许可能与最近新选区划分以及选民的调动有关,其中包括哥打圣淘沙选区的几千选民被调动至巴都吉当选区,且根据过去记录,大部分是属于该党的白区。
他补充,当时自己的多数票为4000票,而如今白区的至少有4000至5000票被调去巴都吉当。
除了选区划分以及选民调动外,他也表示,国阵竞选机制以及政治献金也是其中的因素之一,使得国阵有信心从行动党手中赢回议席的因素。
不过,他也提醒说,在2006年5月20日的选举,当时的首长也发表了国阵有信心赢完所有的议席,以庆祝其在隔天21日的生日,但是当时选举的结果是反对党取得突破性的成绩。

张健仁促州政府交代 轻微暴风雨何以大水灾?

Posted: 23 Feb 2016 05:56 PM PST

《转载自 诗华日报》
(本报古晋23日讯)行动党国州议员张健仁指出,州政府官方数据显示,过去数天天气整体上属于轻微暴风雨程度,然而却造成古晋面对大水灾的发生,这实在无法理解!
他说,州政府欠砂州人民和灾黎们一个合理解释,因此,他促请州政府给予一个交代。
他表示,根据州政府官方资料有关古晋一带的雨量记录,本月20、21日开始下比较大的雨,不过以雨量来看,过去数天的雨量记录仅属于轻微暴风雨,即是每小时1至10毫米骤雨量﹐但这却造成7000名灾黎受水灾影响。
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张健仁今日召开新闻发布会上,如是表示。
若暴风雨后果不堪设想
鉴于此﹐他指出,区区几天的轻微暴风雨就造成大规模的水灾发生,倘若中等暴风雨程度的话,其后果可想而知﹐更不堪设想了。
与此同时,他也指出,多年以前州政府曾聘请专家针对砂州的堰坝和水闸系统进行评估,其中的建议是建设排洪道。
针对上述事宜﹐他补充,拿督连达立在2011年的州议会时,曾表示有关排洪道的第一阶段已完成﹐其耗资1亿4800万令吉工程,且有关排洪道建设分成数个阶段来展开。
因此﹐他质问有关当局至今快5年了,目前该工程进展如何,为何还无法解决古晋水灾问题?古晋现在情况近乎逢雨成灾,尤其是今年除夕和元宵也无法幸免。
针对上述两点,他认为,州政府应该负全责,并给予人民一个合理交代。
"国阵的治水计划不但没有解决水患问题,反而加剧水灾发生的频度。"

Don’t be too sure of your chances, DAP tells BN

Posted: 23 Feb 2016 05:50 PM PST

KUCHING: DAP has advised state Barisan Nasional (BN) not to be so 'gung-ho' by making statements that it is confident of recapturing at least four seats from DAP in the coming state polls.
State DAP chairman Chong Chieng Jen recalled that in the 2006 state election, then-chief minister Tun Pehin Sri Abdul Taib Mahmud was so confident that the state BN would have a clean sweep in the polls.
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"Before polling day, he (Taib) openly made a birthday wish and was confident that he would have a clean sweep in the state election for BN to celebrate his birthday. The polling day was on May 20, 2006 and the next day was his birthday.
"Everybody knew the result after the state election," he said in a press conference yesterday, without elaborating on the result.
BN had the worst defeat in that state election, losing six seats to DAP and one to PKR. The seats lost to the opposition were Pending, Kota Sentosa, Bukit Assek, Meradong, Kidurong, Batu Lintang and Padungan.
Chong, who is Bandar Kuching MP, was asked to comment on state BN secretary-general Datuk Dr Stephen Rundi Utom's recent statement that the state BN was confident of recapturing at least four seats from DAP in the next state polls.
Dr Rundi, who is PBB secretary-general, said he based his optimism on the people-centric approaches and initiatives by Chief Minister Datuk Patinggi Tan Sri Adenan Satem.
While acknowledging that everybody had the right to express their own opinion, Chong said with the gerrymandering and shifting of voters from one constituency to another to BN's advantage, coupled with the machinery as well as money at their disposal, there was no reason why BN should not be confident.
On the seat negotiation between Pakatan Harapan partners PKR, DAP and Parti Amanah Negara, Chong said it was on going but declined to disclose the details.
"We have agreed that we should not disclose the details of our negotiations. But you can be rest assured that DAP will try its very best to reach a one-to-one contest against BN in the coming state election."
Chong hoped the seat negotiation could be concluded as soon as possible.
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Why the massive floods when mitigation project completed, DAP asks

Posted: 23 Feb 2016 05:45 PM PST

KUCHING: The state government owes Sarawakians, especially those affected by the recent floods, an explanation on why there were still massive floods when the flood mitigation project for Sungai Sarawak had been completed.
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Kota Sentosa assemblyman Chong Chieng Jen, in stating this, recalled that a question was asked during the State Legislative Assembly (DUN) sitting in 2011 on the progress of flood mitigation projects being carried out affecting Sungai Sarawak in general and Sungai Maong in particular.
"According to a reply by Assistant Minister of Environment Datu Len Talif in 2011, Phase 1 of the flood mitigation project had been completed. I then further queried whether it would help to mitigate any flood and his reply was 'it helps to mitigate flood problem in Kuching areas'," Chong said in a press conference yesterday.
Chong said as recorded by the DUN Hansard that time, Len Talif had said there was only one flood mitigation project for Sungai Sarawak, which was known as 'Design, Build and Completion of Flood Mitigation Project in Kuching'.
Chong further said according to Len Talif, Phase 1 of the project, involving the construction of a two-kilometre channel from Batang Salak costing RM148 million, had been completed and for Phase 2 of the project, the consultants for the various components of this phase had been appointed and they were working on the design for the phase.
He also noted that the flood mitigation project comprised a few phases and the first phase only covered two kilometres out of eight kilometres, the total length of the channel to be constructed.
"So I think Len Talif has to explain to the people, especially those in Kuching why this (floods) still happened. It seems that the flood mitigation project and planning have not resulted in flood mitigation, but it actually made worse the flooding problem in Kuching," Chong, who is Bandar Kuching MP, said.
In questioning the progress of the flood mitigation project that the BN government had been boasting about, Chong said this year alone, Kuching had been hit by two major floods and it seemed that there would be flood in Kuching whenever there was heavy rainfall.
"The flood that occurred two days ago was incomprehensible flood. Based on our observation, it was intermittent pouring. It is not like heavy rainfall throughout few hours or one or two days of heavy rainfall."
Chong said this was confirmed by the rainfall data obtained from government website 'Info Banjir' from Feb 17 to 22.
"Based on the category of storm, one to 10mm of rainfall per hour is considered light storm and 11mm to 30mm of rainfall per hour is considered moderate storm.
"Based on the government's own category of storm, the most heavy rainfall that happened on Feb 20 and 21, on average is still considered as light storm except for Kpg Git in Padawan which exceeded 11mm for the first day only and dropped back to light storm category on the second day.
"Basically, we can see that it was only two days of light storm and yet we have over 7,000 flood victims evacuated and sent to relief centres."
He also asked if the light storm for the two days could cause such a massive flood situation in the state, what would happen if the amount of rainfall reached moderate storm category like what happened in 2003 and 2004, when the state recorded an average of 25mm (600mm per day) per hour rainfall continuously for three to four days.

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