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Selasa, 19 Julai 2016

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Isnin, 18 Julai 2016

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Singapore ‘in pursuit of 1MDB links’

Posted: 18 Jul 2016 04:15 AM PDT


18 JULY 2016

SINGAPORE — Singapore's central bank was scrutinising several banks, including UBS and DBS Group Holdings, to see if they broke rules against money laundering in handling transactions linked to scandal-hit Malaysian state fund 1MDB, three people with knowledge of the matter said.

The Monetary Authority of Singapore was looking at several aspects of the banks' operations, sources said.

Switzerland's Falcon Private Bank and Coutts International, which is owned by Geneva-based Union Bancaire Privee, were also under review, they said.

Malaysian companies and banks linked to 1MDB are at the centre of corruption and money laundering probes that have led investigators to look at transactions and financial relationships across the globe — from Malaysia to Singapore and the Seychelles, from Abu Dhabi to offshore companies in the Caribbean, and from the US to Switzerland. A Malaysian parliamentary investigation found that $4.2bn of 1MDB's money was unaccounted for or went to overseas bank accounts whose owners could not be ascertained.

UBS, Coutts and DBS, which is Singapore's top lender, all declined to comment.

A Zurich-based spokesman for Falcon said: “We have transparently shared our view and have nothing to add.”

Falcon, owned by one of the world's leading sovereign wealth funds, Abu Dhabi's International Petroleum Investment Company, has previously said it was in contact with Singapore's central bank and was co-operating.

The Monetary Authority of Singapore was in talks with several banks and would make an announcement on any punitive action against them after the review was completed, sources said. The full details are not known at this stage.

“It is important for Singapore to be seen to be taking action against any abuse of its private banking sector for money laundering,” said Nizam Ismail, Singapore-based partner at RHTLaw Taylor Wessing, where he advises on financial services, regulation and compliance.

A spokeswoman for the authority referred Reuters to its statement in March, when it said that “as part of its investigations into possible money laundering and other offences in Singapore, it has been conducting a thorough review of various transactions as well as fund flows through our banking system”.

1MDB referred Reuters to its earlier statements. In May, it said it had not been contacted by any foreign lawful authority on matters relating to the company and that it would co-operate fully with the authorities.

The latest probes follow the authority's decision in late May to close down the operations of Swiss private bank BSI in Singapore for serious breaches of antimoney laundering rules, the first time in 32 years it has taken such action against a bank.

The authority did not specifically say this related to 1MDB-related transactions, though the Swiss Financial Market Supervisory Authority said at the time that BSI had committed serious breaches of money laundering regulations through business relationships and transactions linked to the corruption scandal surrounding 1MDB.


Ahad, 17 Julai 2016

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Update For June 2016

Posted: 17 Jul 2016 02:13 AM PDT

Today marks day 523 of Anwar Ibrahim's imprisonment as a political prisoner.

Newest addition Anwar's family

On the 4th of June, Nurul Nuha, Anwar's second daughter gave birth to a healthy baby boy. Although it gave great joy to hear the news of his 8th grandchild, this would be the second time being blessed a grandchild since being separated from his family more than a year ago.

National Security Council bill

On the 7th of June the controversial National Security Council (NSC) bill was gazetted as legislation. The bill was initially passed last December but needed Royal Assent by the King before it becomes law. However in a surprising move the King requested amendments to the law that provides sweeping power to the Prime Minister and members of the security council to declare "Security Zones" which would accord authorities wide powers of arrest, search and seizure without a warrant[1]. This has caused serious concerns among opposition leaders and human rights activist given the track record on human rights violations by the government. The bill automatically becomes gazetted even without Royal Assent after 30 days of presenting it to the King[2].

Anwar continues to be hospitalized

On the 15th of June Anwar was again transferred to the General Hospital of Kuala Lumpur for health checkup on his irregular blood pressure and recurring back and shoulder pain. He was admitted for 5 days where he underwent medical testing and treatment. Following the transfer, Nurul Izzah, daughter of Anwar issued a statement lamenting the inadequate medical care on Anwar. Nurul Izzah questioned "..if the number of treatments given failed to improve his health, can they be considered adequate?[3].

She renewed calls for Anwar to be allowed to travel overseas for medical intervention and treatment, especially on the shoulder surgery that Anwar requires to alleviate the pain on his shoulder.

Lead prosecutor against Anwar appointed as human rights ambassador

Well known lawyer of the ruling party UMNO Shafee Abdullah[4]who contreversially lead the prosecution team against Anwar at the Court of Appeal and Federal Court level was appointed by the Foreign Ministry as Malaysia's ambassador at large for Human Rights[5].

The announcement was met by criticism over the obvious attempt by the government to mislead especially the international community over their commitment to human rights. Human rights group Suara Rakyat Malaysia (SUARAM) Executive Director Sevan Doraisamy in the statement said "..(it) makes it clear that the government has little to no interest in fulfilling its obligations to defend human rights"[6].

Shafee Abdullah is the same lawyer that was recorded in court to be in the house of the Prime Minister Najib Razak while Saiful Bukhari, the accuser in Anwar's case, was meeting Najib Razak to seek for "scholarship" just days before allegation against Anwar was raised[7]. Anwar’s defense team has used this as a foundation that a political conspiracy exists.

This clear conflict raised many doubts regarding the integrity of the proceeding as Shafee Abdullah was later appointed special prosecuter to lead the case despite having many capable senior prosecuters at the Attorney General's Chambers office.

500 days of prison

On the 23rd of June another sad milestone was passed as it marks 500 days of imprisonment for Anwar. Friends and family gathered at the residence of Anwar for an event to commemorate the milestone, breaking Ramadan fast together followed by Ramadan night prayers.

That’s all for June’s update. I end this email with a short message from Anwar wishing all his fellow friends and supporters Eid Mubarak. Thank you for your support and as always do keep in touch.



Sabtu, 9 Julai 2016

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Posted: 08 Jul 2016 07:15 PM PDT

Rabu, 29 Jun 2016

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Posted: 29 Jun 2016 09:09 AM PDT

Isnin, 27 Jun 2016

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One year after 1MDB scandal, Najib takes Malaysia on ‘lurch toward dictatorship’

Posted: 27 Jun 2016 02:08 AM PDT

South China Morning Post- 27 June 2016

Giant video screens lining Malaysia's ruling-party headquarters flash towering, 40-floor images of a smiling Prime Minister Najib Razak across a corner of the capital, a glaring reminder of who's in charge.One year after a financial scandal that would have toppled many leaders, Najib is standing taller than ever after smothering investigations, outmanoeuvring opponents, and bolstering his control with a pair of recent election wins.

But the political survival steps he has taken – which include assuming tough new powers and flirting with an Islamist party – are stoking fears for multi-ethnic Malaysia's already fragile democracy and sectarian relations.

"He called himself a reformist, but has changed into an aspiring dictator," said Ambiga Sreenevasan, a prominent lawyer and reform advocate. "What changed him, clearly, is 1MDB."

Last July 2, The Wall Street Journal reported that Najib received a mysterious US$681 million payment, which capped months of allegations that billions were diverted from 1MDB (1Malaysia Development Berhad), an investment fund Najib founded. Other revelations followed, including reports that Najib's film-producer stepson used 1MDB-related funds to bankroll the Hollywood greedfest The Wolf of Wall Street, and for millions in luxury purchases. Swiss authorities say more than US$4 billion may have been stolen. Najib and 1MDB deny wrongdoing. But Najib has purged ruling-party critics, curbed investigations, and cracked down on media reporting of the affair. With former opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim jailed since February 2015 on politically-tinged sodomy charges, Najib now towers over the country.

"Najib's critics failed to comprehend his resolve at staying in power and the lengths he is prepare to go to," said Ibrahim Suffian, head of Merdeka Centre, an independent polling firm.

The government recently pushed through a new law allowing a Najib-led council to suspend basic liberties if security is deemed threatened, which the opposition called a "lurch toward dictatorship". Other proposals would tighten internet controls and limit other legal protections.

"Any remnants of checks and balances are being dismantled by the PM" due to 1MDB, said Eric Paulsen, head of the legal-advocacy group Lawyers for Liberty.

Yet Najib's electoral fortunes have never looked better as general elections loom by mid-2018, aided by disarray in the once-formidable opposition following Anwar's jailing. Najib's United Malays National Organisation [UMNO] has governed since independence in 1957 on a platform of rapid economic growth and special rights for Muslim ethnic Malays, Malaysia's majority group.

Aided by its deep pockets and loyal Malay support, UMNO's Barisan Nasional [National Front] ruling coalition notched landslide wins in a May state election and two June parliamentary by-elections that exposed the limits of 1MDB outrage.

"Najib's standing among Malaysians has gradually improved over the past six months as voter anger over 1MDB and [an unpopular consumption tax] dissipate," said Suffian, adding that bread-and-butter economic issues matter more.

Najib denies abusing power and recently dismissed the graft allegations as "unprecedented politically-motivated slander" by 90-year-old former premier Mahathir Mohamad, who has led calls for Najib's removal. Najib's office did not respond to a request for comment. But Barisan Nasional's strategy director Abdul Rahman Dahlan dismissed the allegations of 1MDB-spurred repression as "absolute rubbish."

"The opposition's problem is they are unable to convince voters they are a viable alternative," he said.

"When [voters] go to the polls, it is not just about 1MDB."

In the scandal's wake, UMNO also has intensified a dalliance with the country's conservative Muslim party, refusing to denounce its proposal for harsh sharia law in a northern state.

The sharia bid has scant hope of succeeding, and analysts said UMNO is merely playing politics to solidify Muslim support and distract from 1MDB. But the Islamist tilt has unsettled many who view Malaysia's treasured religious moderation as under threat.

"I'm very worried," said Bob Broadfoot, head of Hong Kong-based Political and Economic Risk Consultancy. "[Najib] is changing UMNO in ways that I fear could make it more Islamic and weaken the government's support among non-Malays. This is going to strain racial relations much more."

Fringe Muslim elements disgusted by 1MDB may also abandon political parties and turn to extremism, he said. A half-dozen countries including the United States have launched 1MDB-related probes, but few believe big fish will be caught, citing the carefully constructed complexity of 1MDB fund flows.

Najib "will get away with it," said Broadfoot.

But he said the allegations of fraud and embezzlement involving state-linked entities may make foreign investors think twice, at a time when Malaysia needs investment to buffer global economic headwinds.

"That's going to cost Malaysia," Broadfoot said.

Sabtu, 25 Jun 2016

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Mesej dari Penjara : Pesanan mengenai PRK Sg Besar dan Kuala Kangsar

Posted: 24 Jun 2016 08:19 PM PDT

Kepada rakyat Malaysia, juga teman-teman pembangkang seperjuangan:

Walaupun dari sudut kecil di dalam penjara ini, saya tahu bahawa keputusan pilihanraya kecil baru-baru ini telah mengecewakan ramai. Saya tahu ramai yang menaruh harapan pada pembangkang untuk menyelamatkan Malaysia dari cengkaman rejim yang menindas, korup dan bankrap moralnya. Malaysia tidak punyai harapan untuk membina masa depan yang lebih baik buat rakyatnya atau untuk dihormati dunia di bawah rejim sedia ada, dengan seorang perdana menteri yang berada ditengah-tengah skandal kewangan yang mempunyai implikasi yang sangat luas dan melibatkan pelbagai negara.

Parti-parti pembangkang mesti mengambil iktibar dan bermuhasabah di atas keputusan PRK ini, dan memahami dengan amat mendalam kelemahan-kelemahan kita. Sekarang bukanlah masa untuk mencari alasan atau menuding jari.

Kita perlu sentiasa ingat bahawa kita mempunyai satu kewajipan untuk menjadi alternatif tulen buat rakyat. Ketepikan perbezaan dan perbalahan. Sampaikan keluhan dan rungutan dengan saluran yang betul; duduklah bersama untuk mengatasi dan menyelesaikan masalah.

Kebajikan rakyat dan negara lah yang paling utama; dan kita berkhidmat untuk rakyat. Kita perlu kalahkan BN dalam PRU14, kita perlu berjaya demi Malaysia!

Mereka yang tidak percaya ini boleh dilakukan dalam PRU yang akan datang, adalah salah. Tetapi untuk melaksanakannya, kita perlu bersatu. Ini bukanlah perkara yang mudah; kita perlu hadapi keseluruhan kekuatan dan taktik BN yang tidak demokratik. Tetapi usaha kita ini murni, walhal mereka hanya memegang kuasa demi kuasa. Jika kita bersatu demi rakyat, kita akan berjaya.

Message from Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim on the recent by-election results.

To the Malaysian public, and my friends and colleagues in the opposition:

Even from this prison, I know that the results of the recent by-elections have disappointed many. I know the public have pinned their hopes upon the Opposition, to save Malaysia from the current oppressive, corrupt and morally bankrupt regime. Malaysia has no hope of making a better future for its people or of gaining the respect of the world under the current regime, whose prime minister is in the centre of a financial scandal of worldwide reach and implication.

The Opposition must look at this electoral outcome with humility, and take a hard look at our weaknesses. This is no time for excuses or blame.

Remember constantly that it is our moral duty to provide a genuine alternative to the people. Put aside all differences, put aside internecine quarrels. Bring up grievances in the proper forum; sit together and resolve matters.

Only the welfare of the rakyat and the country matters; and we exist to serve the Rakyat. We must defeat the BN in the 14th GE, we must come through for the sake of Malaysia!

Those who now think that this can’t be done in the next GE, are wrong. But to do so, we must all pull together. It is not an easy task; we face the entrenched power and undemocratic tactics of the BN. But we have a noble cause, they merely cling to power for powers sake. If we stand united and determined for the sake of the Rakyat, we will prevail.

Selasa, 21 Jun 2016


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Aktiviti Pejabat Parlimen Telok Kemang

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Jumaat, 17 Jun 2016

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Isnin, 13 Jun 2016

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Sumbangan Moreh DUN Sikamat

Posted: 12 Jun 2016 10:24 PM PDT

10 Jun 2016
Surau Al-Falah
Taman Pelangi, Sikamat

Menyampaikan sumbangan moreh kepada Pengerusi Surau Al-Falah Taman Pelangi YB Aminuddin Harun & YB Loke Siew Fook.


Posted: 12 Jun 2016 10:19 PM PDT

dipetik daripada FB Parlimen Telok Kemang
9 Jun 2016
Pejabat Ahli Parlimen Telok Kemang

Naib Ketua Cabang KEADILAN Telok Kemang, Dato Muthu Palaniappan telah bermurah hati menyalurkan sumbangan kepada adik Nor Nasyuha bt Hamzah dari Kg Jimah Baru yang mengalami keretakan tulang tangan akibat kemalangan sebanyak RM 1K.

Semoga dengan sumbangan ini dapat menyuntik semangat adik ini untuk terus berjaya dalam pelajaran.


Posted: 12 Jun 2016 10:16 PM PDT

Dipetik daripada FB Parlimen Telok Kemang

Sempena Ramadhan tahun ini, bantuan disalurkan oleh kepimpinan Cabang. Naib Ketua Cabang KEADILAN Telok Kemang, Dato Muthu Palaniappan telah bermurah hati menyumbangkan keperluan dapur kepada keluarga asnaf dan miskin dari DUN Lukut dalam kawasan Parlimen Telok Kemang.

Semoga dengan sumbangan bantuan ini akan dapat menceriakan para keluarga asnaf dan meringankan bebanan sepanjang bulan Ramadhan.

Ahad, 12 Jun 2016

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Update For May 2016 : Day 489 of Anwar Ibrahim in prison

Posted: 11 Jun 2016 11:15 PM PDT

Today marks day 489 of Anwar Ibrahim in prison. In May 2016 the trend of gross abuse of power by the Malaysian government continues while Anwar remains languished in prison for daring to fight for a change.

Suppression continues

The Malaysian authorities continue its crackdown on dissent. The Malaysian police are targeting billboards that have been erected nationwide calling for the release of Anwar.  Besides removing the billboards by force, they have also proceeded to investigate key figures using the draconian The Sedition Act for erecting the billboards. Amongst those investigated for the "crime" of erecting the billboards is the current Chief Minister of Selangor Dato Seri Azmin Ali.

Besides that the police are also investigating Nurul Izzah Anwar and Nurul Nuha Anwar, Anwar's daughter and other party leaders for participating in a peaceful rally outside the Sg Buloh prison in conjunction with 1-year anniversary of Anwar in prison. They have been summoned by the police to have their statement recorded and are waiting to see if any official charges will be made.

The worrying trend of disregard of freedom of expression prompted Amnesty International to issue a statement late May calling "on the Malaysian government to end its blatant disregard for the right to freedom of expression and peaceful public assembly. The organisation also urges the government to take immediate steps to repeal or amend repressive laws including the Sedition Act 1948, the Peaceful Assembly Act 2012 and the Communications and Multimedia Act 1998 so as to bring them into line with international human rights law and standards"[i]

Cartoonist Wins International Award

Local cartoonist activist Zunar was awarded the 2016 International Editorial Cartoons Prize by the Kofi Annan Foundation in Geneva. Through his cartoons, Zunar is currently facing 9 counts on sedition and faces the possibility of 43 years in prison for courageously using his pen to question the excesses and corrupt practices of the ruling government. Among the charges was for his critic of the Federal Court decision against Anwar through his tweets and his constant usage of his cartoons to highlight many injustices including the case of Anwar.

After the award Zunar said, "Talent is not a gift, but a responsibility. It is a duty for me as a cartoonist to use the art as a weapon to fight unjust rulers. Fear and intimidation are the potent tools being used by the regime to scare the people. I believe, strokes of art can lead the people to cross the line of fear."[ii]


On the 9th of May Anwar was transferred to the Kuala Lumpur General Hospital for monitoring for 5 days due to erratic and high blood pressure. He was later transferred back to prison after his blood pressure stabilizes but his health remains a concern and requires constant monitoring. This marks the 4th time that Anwar has been transferred to the hospital in recent months.

White Paper

On the 23rd of May, Anwar's legal team released a White Paper detailing the history of the Malaysian government's persecution of Anwar[iii]. Please use the report to spread the information on Anwar’s case.

Case Appeal In Court

The Malaysian Federal Court rejected an appeal by Anwar to include new evidence appeared recently. Malaysia's former national Criminal Investigation Department chief in a court appearance for another case testified that he was instructed in 1998 by the former Attorney General to fabricate evidence against Anwar. This new evidence would prove the validity Anwar's assertion that there has been a deliberate political conspiracy against him plotted by the government. Anwar has since appealed against the decision.

I end this update with a warm message from Anwar, wishing everyone a blessed Ramadan, the holiest month in the Muslim calendar. Ramadan is a month we reconnect to our almighty lord Allah; by renewing kinship, remembering the less fortunate through fasting and charity and self reflection.

It will be the second Ramadan away from his family for Anwar since taken to prison. Take care and till next time, please keep us in your thoughts and prayers.


Khamis, 9 Jun 2016


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PKR terkejut Johor mohon bantuan air dari Singapura

Posted: 09 Jun 2016 01:02 AM PDT

Petikan dari Malaysiakini

PKR Johor terkejut dengan tindakan kerajaan negeri meminta pertolongan kerajaan Singapura untuk menambah bekalan air terawat sebanyak 6 juta gelen sehari sejak Sabtu lalu.

Sedangkan berdasarkan Perjanjian Air Malaysia-Singapura 1962, kerajaan Malaysia melalui Johor perlu membekalkan 250 juta gelan air mentah sehari ke republik itu setiap hari.

Timbalan Pengerusi PKR Johor, Jimmy Puah berkata ia jelas menunjukkan kelemahan sistem pengurusan air Johor dan loji rawatan air yang tidak mencukupi untuk memproses air terawat serta menampung bekalan air penduduk.

"Bukan sahaja rakyat Johor terpaksa membayar tarif air yang paling tinggi di Malaysia iaitu RM1.31 setiap meter padu malah kami juga sering menghadapi isu kekurangan air sehingga sebahagian rakyat di Selatan dan Timur Johor telah mengalami catuan air pada tahun lepas," katanya.

Justeru katanya, PKR memberikan beberapa cadangan kepada kerajaan negeri bagi mengatasi masalah itu dalam jangka masa panjang.

Antaranya bekerjasama dengan Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (UTM) bagi menubuhkan satu pusat khusus iaitu Pusat Pengurusan Bekalan Air dan Pengawalan Sumber Air dengan segera.
Selain itu, katanya, kerajaan negeri juga perlu mencari sumber alternatif seperti air bawah tanah dan memperketatkan penguatkuasaan undang-undang sedia ada bagi mencegah pencerobohan dan pencemaran kawasan tadahan air.

"Kerajaan Johor patut mengaku kelemahan sendiri dalam bidang pengurusan air dan perlu mencontohi negara jiran Singapura, Belanda dan Arab Saudi yang jauh lebih ke depan dan berilmu dalam bidang Pengurusan Air dan Pencarian Sumber Air," katanya yang juga Adun Bukit Batu.

Selasa lalu, kerajaan Johor mengalu-alukan keputusan Singapura menyalurkan bekalan air bersih tambahan sebanyak enam juta gelen sehari selama sebulan kepada negeri itu.

Menteri Besar, Datuk Seri Mohamed Khaled Nordin, berkata bagaimanapun bantuan itu tidak akan membuat kerajaan negeri berhenti dan berusaha mencari sumber air baru dan alternatif lain.

Beliau dilapor berkata, kerajaan negeri juga melihat langkah Singapura memberi bantuan itu adalah tindakan baik sebagai jiran kepada Johor.

Aktiviti Wakil Rakyat KEADILAN NS Bulan Mei 2016

Posted: 09 Jun 2016 12:48 AM PDT


30 Mei 2016
Pejabat Ahli Parlimen Telok Kemang
Penyampai sumbangan keperluan dapur daripada Pejabat Parlimen Telok Kemang kepada Sdr.Muhammad Nazri Velayutham dan Puan Yogeswari a/p Krishnan.

16 Mei 2016
Bukit Pelandok, DUN Chuah

ADUN Chuah YB Chai Tong Chai membuat tinjauan kerja-kerja pembinaan tembok batu sangkar bagi tebing saliran.

13 Mei 2016
Pejabat Ahli Parlimen Telok Kemang


29 April 2016
Kampung Jimah, Lukut.

Program penyampaian sumbangan kepada keluarga asnaf dari Kg Jimah Baru di DUN Lukut oleh Ketua Cabang KEADILAN Telok Kemang bersama AJK Cabang.

Pihak jawatankuasa Cabang juga telah mendapatkan dana bagi menampung kos barang dan perubatan bagi pembedahan tangan seorang daripadanya.

5 Jun 2016
DUN Sikamat

ADUN Sikamat YB Aminuddin Harun & Ahli Parlimen Rasah, YB Loke Siew Fook melawat dan menyampaikan sumbangan ambang bulan Ramadhan kepada keluarga-keluarga kurang mampu dan pesakit-pesakit tenat di sekitar DUN Sikamat. Selamat Berpuasa kepada semua yang beragama Islam!

6-7 Jun 2016
Jejak Asnaf DUN Sikamat

4 -5 Jun 2016
4.00 petang 
Program Jejak Asnaf Sempena Bulan Ramadhan Di DUN Sikamat oleh YB Aminuddin Harun bersama AJK Keadilan Cabang Seremban. Lokaliti yg terlibat Rumah Rakyat Sikamat 1 & 2, Taman Perwira, Kg Ujung Pasir dan Taman Desa Kiara.

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