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张健仁:全面私营化 海港局卸装服务外包?

Posted: 29 Jun 2016 08:23 PM PDT

(本报古晋29日讯)砂行动党主席张健仁国州议员说明﹐有传闻指出﹐古晋海港局的装卸服务将被全面私营化﹐并交给一家甫在去年年中注册的私人公司负责处理﹐所以他希望古晋海港局能够就该传闻做出证实﹐并在传闻属实的情况下﹐一并就数项与该传闻相关的疑问做出解说。
砂行动党主席张健仁国州议员在新闻发布会上发言。
张健仁是在今早于砂行动党总部召开的新闻发布会上发言时﹐如是表示。
"虽然还不确定该项计划将在何时开始进行﹐但听闻﹐当局确实已经拟定了相关的计划。"
他说明﹐港口的装卸服务﹐其实是古晋海港局的主要收入来源﹐所以是项服务的私营化﹐将对古晋海港局造成很大的影响。
征额外河道维修费
他也透露﹐古晋海港局才在近日宣布即将开始向船务公司征收额外的河道维修费用。
唯他感到不解的是﹐古晋海港局为何一方面向民众多征收额外的河道维修费用﹐一方面又将当局的主要经济来源管道外包给一家私人公司。
他表示﹐如果该项装卸服务外包计划属实的话﹐那有关当局就理应就有关计划的数项疑问做出解说。
他称﹐其一﹐当局应该确认说﹐古晋海港局将把装卸服务外包给一家私人公司的传闻是否属实﹖
"其二﹐如果相关传闻属实的话﹐那当局也应该说明其为何选择是家刚注册不久的私人公司﹖"
促海港局解释清楚
他续披露﹐其也期望当局能够解释﹐该装卸服务的外包计划将会概括那些条件。
"这是因为﹐装卸服务乃是海港局的主要服务项目﹐并且会对全古晋人民造成影响。"
他也透露﹐当局也应该阐明﹐在接管了装卸服务之后﹐该家私人公司在未来5年﹑10年﹑15年或20年内又将征收多少收费﹖
"我也希望当局能够说明﹐该将装卸服务外包给私人公司负责之举﹐是否能够有助于改善整体的装卸服务﹖"
近期内致函砂首长
他也不忘指出﹐其将在近期内致函砂首长﹐以向砂首长带出该装卸服务外包的课题。
"我也将一并向砂首长反映古晋海港局即将额外征收河道维修费的课题。"
较后时﹐针对联邦工程部长拿督斯里法迪拉尤索根据其在州议会内所提及的泛婆大道经费相关提问﹑并指称其言论应该不是事实一事﹐张健仁就特别援引州议会会议记录﹐以说明其所提及的相关问题﹐其实只是在引述砂首长曾经在州议会中发表过的言论。
他也为此置疑联邦工程部长拿督斯里法迪拉尤索是否对该问题不知情﹐所以才会反指他所说的应该不是事实。
《转载自 诗华日报》

DAP shocked Pan Borneo funding is from usual allocation

Posted: 29 Jun 2016 05:25 PM PDT

Chong Chieng Jen says Chief Minister Adenan Satem has confirmed that the cost of the Pan Borneo highway project could eat away at other development projects for state.



KUCHING: Sarawak DAP leader Chong Chieng Jen has refuted a statement by Public Works Minister Fadillah Yusof that the Opposition party was the only one stating the construction of the Pan Borneo Highway would divert funds from other development projects.
The federal-funded project, which spans Sarawak and Sabah, is estimated to cost RM27 billion, with RM14.2 billion allocated to Sarawak.
It will be implemented under the 11th Malaysian Plan (2016 to 2020).
Yesterday, Fadillah told reporters that his ministry would look into the allegation by Chong that the highway project would use funds that would otherwise be allocated to other development projects in the state.
"We are obtaining data on the matter. As soon as the data is collected, we will present the report to the chief minister for his review," Fadillah told reporters in Siol Kandis, Kuching, yesterday.
Chong today told reporters that Chief Minister Adenan Satem had already confirmed that the funds allocated for the Pan Borneo Highway would not be beyond the normal allocation for development for Sarawak.
He also refuted allegations that the Opposition made up the accusation.
"Fadillah said yesterday that he is going to verify the facts. And even before he can verify the facts, he's accusing me, saying the Opposition is making false statements," Chong told reporters at the state party headquarters in Kuching today.
"In fact the chief minister is the one who confirmed the matter. So, is Fadillah alleging that the chief minister was making a false statement in his winding-up speech?"
Chong referred to the Hansard of the state assembly on June 15, which recorded Adenan as confirming that the cost of the highway project would be subtracted from the normally allocated development funds.
"In fact you were saying (the) Federal Government is giving us with the right hand and taking away with the left hand," Adenan was quoted as saying in the Hansard, in reply to Chong in his winding-up speech.
"Yes, I agree, but we were under the impression then that it will not be subtracted from the usual development funds. Only now do we know.
"I am pursuing this point. I want it to be over and above what they usually provide for us," Adenan said.
Chong said despite being a fixed-deposit state for the Barisan government, Sarawak seems to have been taken for a ride over this matter.
From the First Malaysia Plan up to the 11th Malaysia Plan, the state government had allocated RM80.3 billion to implement development programmes and projects in the state while the Federal Government allocated RM70 billion.
In total, RM150.3 billion had been channelled to develop Sarawak.
- Freemalaysiatoday june 29, 2016

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