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Guan Eng: IGP Benar MP Lawat Wakil Rakyat Sg Siput

Posted: 14 Jul 2011 01:00 AM PDT

KUALA LUMPUR, 14 Julai — Polis membenarkan ahli-ahli Parlimen Pakatan Rakyat melawat wakil rakyat Sungai Siput Dr Michael Jeyakumar di Bukit Aman esok susulan permintaan dibuat kelmarin, kata Lim Guan Eng hari ini.

Setiausaha Agung DAP berkata, Ketua Polis Negara Tan Sri Ismail Omar telah memberi kebenaran kepada tiga ahli Parlimen untuk melawat Jeyakumar di ibu pejabat polis di Bukit Aman.

Lim membuat permohonan selepas sembilan ahli Parlimen tidak dibenarkan bertemu dengan wakil rakyat penggal pertama itu, yang kini ditahan di bawah Ordinan Darurat, di Institut Jantung Negara.

"Saya telah mengemukakan permohonan kepada Tan Sri Ismail untuk melawat YB Dr Michael Jeyakumar (gambar) pada 12 Julai, beliau membalas surat pada 13 Julai (semalam) dan memberitahu bahawa YB Dr Michael Jeyakumar telah pun keluar dari Institut Jantung Negara.


"Dalam suratnya, Tan Sri Ismail juga mengatakan bahawa pihak polis membenarkan lawatan ke atas YB Dr Michael Jeyakumar di Bukit Aman," katanya.

Jeyakumar telah dibenarkan keluar IJN petang semalam dan masih ditahan polis bersama lima pemimpin Parti Sosialis Malaysia yang lain.

Lawatan ke atas beliau akan diadakan esok, kata Lim dalam satu kenyataan pagi ini.

Bagaimanapun lawatan terhad kepada tiga ahli Parlimen sahaja, kata Lim yang juga Ketua Menteri Pulau Pinang.

Sehubungan itu, ahli Parlimen Ipoh Timur Lim Kit Siang dari DAP, Salahuddin Ayub (PAS-Kubang Kerian) dan R Sivarasa (PKR-Sivarasa) akan melawat Jeyakumar.



Sumber: The Malaysian Insider

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Samad Said: Najib ‘Memang Kejamlah’

Posted: 14 Jul 2011 05:55 PM PDT

Malaysiakini

Sasterawan Negara Datuk A Samad Said menyifatkan Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak sebagai perdana menteri yang “memang kejam” berbanding dengan beberapa perdana menteri sebelum ini.

“Kalau tengok (perdana menteri) yang sudah-sudah itu, (Najib) memang kejamlah,” katanya ketika diminta membandingkan pentadbiran Najib dan dua penyandang sebelumnya – Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad dan Tun Abdullah Ahmad Badawi.

NONEMenceritakan kembali “kebengisan” polis dalam menangani perhimpunan BERSIH 2.0 Sabtu lalu, A Samad (kiri) mendakwa pentadbiran Najib sekarang mengarah kepada menjadikan Malaysia negara kuku besi.

Ketika diwawancaraMalaysiakini di sebuah restoran di Bangsar hari ini, A Samad berkata, perkara itu boleh dilihat melalui rakaman video dan gambar di internet yang mana kerajaan “berantakan dengan orang awam”.

“Youtube siarkan, kita boleh lihat semua dan (dia) tak boleh tipu. Cuma, malangnya dalam akhbar-akhbar (dan) media utama, sudah tentu kamu nampak berat sebelah,” katanya yang mesra dengan panggilan Pak Samad.

“Tapi kalau (di) Youtube, tak boleh tipu. Kamu kata tidak jentik-jentik, (itu) pun nampak (di Youtube). Kamu kata tidak ada orang yang dipijak, (tetapi ada) yang ditendang berulang kali,” katanya.

Kepimpinan ‘bangsawan’

Sehubungan itu, A Samad mendesak Najib meletakkan jawatan, selaras dengan kempen sama di Facebook yang kini sudah digemari hampir 200,000 orang.

“Ya, saya mahu (beliau letak jawatan). Saya ikut (perkembangannya) dalam Facebook, amat bagus (kempen itu). Kalau di Jepun, orang lain buat salah pun, menteri itu tunduk depan orang.

NONE“Ada perdana menteri Jepun tidak sampai satu penggal pun, (letak jawatan). Tapi di sini tentu, orang sangat mengidam kuasa,” katanya sambil menambah kerajaan tidak lagi memerintah “dengan sukaan umum”.

Bagaimanapun, ditanya tentang perdana menteri mana yang yang paling bagus, A Samad tidak menjawabnya secara langsung, sebaliknya menyebut tentang penguasaan “bangsawan” bagi jawatan itu.

Katanya, sepanjang lebih 50 tahun kemerdekaan, kecuali Dr Mahathir, kesemua perdana menteri disandang oleh golongan itu yang disifatkannya “hidup mudah”.

“Laporan-laporan yang sampai ke telinga (mereka) itu, semuanya yang cantik sahaja. Jadi, mereka tidak merasakan (kesusahan rakyat).

“Saya merasakan sudah waktunya, kepimpinan harus datang dari bawah, bukan dari atas,” tegasnya lagi.

Ditanya berapa lama BN boleh bertahan untuk memerintah negara ini, sasterawan yang membiasakan dirinya dengan panggilan “bapak” berkata beliau sukar untuk meramalkannya.

“Tetapi bapak harapkan dalam pilihan raya akan datang, mereka undur ataupun jatuh. Itu harapan saya,” katanya.

Doctors: We’ll Produce More Evidence If Challenged

Posted: 14 Jul 2011 03:15 AM PDT

Malaysiakini

The doctors who witnessed the police attack on Tung Shin Hospital are ready to provide further evidence if the statement they issued yesterday is rebutted by the government.

However, they are not prepared to reveal any further detail on their account of the incident until their statement is challenged by the authorities, their spokeperson Dr Sheikh Johari Bux said today.

NONE“If that (denial) arises, we will discuss as a group and take the neccesary steps required,” said Sheikh Johari, a consultant obstetrician and gynaecologist. 

“If not, we would rather leave the matter at that,” he said, adding that they would only respond, if needed, at the “right time” and in the presence of a lawyer.

Sheikh Johari said the information they had was not something “secretive” and that it was not their intention to go against anyone, “for all we want is only to tell the truth”.

“What we are asking for is that the people in high office be transparent.”

The doctors’ statement, issued last night and signed by 11 senior medical officers, condemned the authorities for the attack on Bersih 2.0 rally participants in the hospital compound last Saturday, adding that this violated the universal recognition of hospitals as places of sanctuary. 

NONEThis is the first public statement made by medical officers following denials by the police and Health Minister Liow Tiong Lai that police shot tear gas and water cannons into the hospital compound on July 9.

Besides Sheikh Johari, the other doctors who signed the statement are Musa Nordin, Ng Kwee Boon, Ng Swee Choon, Ronald Mcoy, David Quek, Mary Cardozo, Farouk Musa, Mazeni Alwi, Pixie Low and Steve Wong.

They said some among them were visiting or working at Tung Shin Hospital at the time of the incident, and that they were ready to provide sworn affidavits “if required, as to the veracity of the incident”.

Questioned further on the matter today, Sheikh Johari would only say, “If we see a need to give more details, we will send (a statement) to you.”

NONEMeanwhile, minister Liow Tiong Lai (seated centre in picture) gave his assurance to the people that the ministry “will look into the matter”.

After attending a function in Kuala Lumpur today, Liow told reporters, “We will look into all that, we will definitely (do so). I have said yesterday we would like to investigate the case.”

He also said the hospital’s management did not tell him about eyewitness to the incident.

“When I went to Tung Shin (hospital) that day, they didn’t tell me all this.”

He welcomed the doctors for coming forward on the police attack and said that the ministry “would like to have this kind of input”.

Bersih: Suhakam Adakan Siasatan Awam Siasat Keganasan Polis

Posted: 14 Jul 2011 02:53 AM PDT

KeadilanDaily

Suruhanjaya Hak Asasi Manusia Malaysia (Suhakam) mengumumkan untuk mengadakan siasatan awam berhubung keganasan polis sewaktu perhimpunan Bersih 2.0 Sabtu lalu.

Pesuruhjaya Suhakam Datuk Dr Khaw Lake Tee berkata orang ramai dan pihak berkuasa akan dipanggil memberi keterangan masing-masing ketika inkuiri yang dijangka diadakan bulan depan.

Bagaimanapun, ia sedang mengkaji bidang rujukan siasatan tersebut yang akan diumumkan kemudian.

Khaw berkata Suhakam yang turut menghantar pasukan pemantaunya ketika perhimpunan Bersih 2.0 juga akan bergantung pada maklumat yang dikumpulkan.

Doa Buat Saudara Fayyadh, Pengiring Dato Seri Anwar Ibrahim

Posted: 14 Jul 2011 02:48 AM PDT

Nota Admin

Saudara Fayyadh Afiq Albakqry   Pengiring Dato Seri Anwar Ibrahim telah selamat menjalani pembedahan pada 11 Julai 2011 di Hospital Pantai.

Pembedahan yang memakan masa 5 jam itu dilakukan untuk meletakkan Plat Titanium bagi menggantikan tulang pipi kirinya yang pecah akibat tembakkan peluru gas pemedih mata .

Peluru tersebut telah dilepaskan  oleh pihak Polis sewaktu beliau mengiringi Dato Seri Anwar Ibrahim bersama orang ramai di terowong KL Sentral menuju ke Stadium Merdeka untuk  menyertai Perhimpunan Aman Bersih 2.0 pada 9 Julai 2011.Jika tidak kerana kecekapan dan keberanian beliau,peluru tersebut sudah pasti mengenai tepat pada Dato Seri Anwar Ibrahim.

Keadaan beliau kini stabil namun masih ditahan di Wad untuk pemerhatian lanjut.Marilah kita semua berdoa kepada Allah SWT agar Saudara Fayyadh sembuh dan kembali menggalas cabaran dalam perjuangan KEADILAN

Malaysia’s Najib Must Abandon The Mubarak Model

Posted: 13 Jul 2011 08:23 PM PDT

Guardian.co.uk

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As Najib comes touting for UK trade, Cameron has a chance to show him strong-arm tactics against protesters are unacceptable

It is not in the same league as Arab spring uprisings in Egypt and elsewhere. But Malaysia’s fancifully named “hibiscus revolution” has potential, at least, to inflict a winter of discontent on the gormless government of prime minister Najib Razak. That’s something David Cameron should bear in mind when Najib comes touting for business in Downing Street on Thursday. Bilateral trade and investment is important. Respect for basic human rights more so.

Najib reacted with characteristic heavy-handedness when tens of thousands of demonstrators took to the streets of Kuala Lumpur at the weekend demanding “reformasi” – democratic reform – and an end to a defective electoral system that guarantees Najib’s party representing the Malay majority, Umno, stays in power indefinitely. About 1,700 people were arrested and many injured as police used baton charges, watercannon and teargas to break up peaceful protests.

In an echo of Britain’s Ian Tomlinson affair, one protester, identified as Baharuddin Ahmad, 59, collapsed and later died near the Petronas Towers in central Kuala Lumpur while fleeing teargas. Amnesty International said police had beaten many demonstrators. It demanded an investigation into claims they failed to provide prompt assistance to Baharuddin and that there was a 90-minute delay before an ambulance arrived.

“Prime minister Najib’s government rode roughshod over thousands of Malaysians exercising their right to peaceful protest,” Amnesty said. “This violent repression … flies in the face of international human rights standards and cannot be allowed to continue. David Cameron should tell prime minister Najib that these human rights violations are unacceptable.”

The protests, the product of rising tensions linked to mooted early elections, spending cuts and political upheavals in neighbouring Thailand and Singapore, echo events across the Muslim world. Many of the participants were reportedly younger-generation Malaysians kicking back against establishment cronyism, curbs on public assembly and debate, and state-imposed censorship considered draconian even by regional standards.

Within hours of the violence, a Facebook petition demanding Najib resign was attracting 300 “likes” per minute, the (Singapore-based) Straits Times reported. As of this morning, more than 172,000 people had expressed support. “I don’t understand why the harshness, the beatings,” posted Sofie Muhammad. “The crowd didn’t even throw stones at the shops. Why is the government afraid? All we want is free elections.” Videos were also recorded by protesters.

Marimuthu Manogaran of the Democratic Action party, representing the ethnic Chinese minority, said many of the protesters were “first timers”. “Young people [are] coming out there to demand their rights … and I think that is a good sign for Malaysia,” he told Luke Hunt of the Diplomat.

Another report, denied by police, said a hospital where protesters had taken refuge was attacked by security forces – an incident akin to events in Bahrain earlier this year. Appalled by the behaviour of police and federal reserve unit special forces, Bersih 2.0, the opposition “coalition for clean and fair elections”, called for a royal commission of inquiry and vowed to continue its reformasi campaign, come what may.

Anwar Ibrahim, the veteran opposition leader endlessly persecuted by successive governments on trumped-up sodomy charges (he is due in court again next month), was among those injured. He said later the government had lost the people’s confidence and more street protests were inevitable. “We will have to pursue free elections inside and outside of parliament,” he warned.

Far from admitting fault, Najib has threatened more strong-arm tactics if the demos continue. “Don’t doubt our strength. If we want to create chaos, we can. Umno has 3 million members. If we gather 1 million members, it is more than enough. We can conquer Kuala Lumpur,” he said. Such threats seem ill-advised. When elected in 2009, Najib promised to bridge Malaysia’s political, ethnic and religious divisions. Now he’s in danger of exacerbating them, as his old boss, Malaysia’s founding father Mahathir Mohammed, suggested in a recent interview.

Malaysia is not on the verge of revolution, hibiscus-coloured or otherwise. Relatively speaking, it is more stable, homogenous and prosperous than other Muslim or Arab countries currently experiencing popular turmoil. But it is not politically immune to the international zeitgeist, any more than its economy is immune to global trends. This latter consideration explains why Najib is in London. And it gives Cameron and other European leaders leverage should they choose to use it.

Malaysians need only look north to see how Thai voters defied the political-military establishment and voted in a leader of their choice. When Burma’s Aung San Suu Kyi speaks of the twin imperatives of freedom and democracy, she speaks for an entire region. And if Malaysians look south to Singapore or east to Hong Kong, they see entrenched ruling elites under determined challenge by activists emboldened by the spirit of change.

Malaysia’s leaders should wake up and smell the coffee. Led intelligently and openly, Malaysia could be a paradigm for south-east Asia. Led repressively, it could fall apart. Najib must get on the right side of history. The Mubarak model doesn’t work.

Siri Jelajah Dato’ Seri Anwar Ibrahim ke Terengganu / Kelantan

Posted: 13 Jul 2011 07:32 PM PDT

DEMI RAKYAT

15 Julai 2011 (Jumaat)

Program 1 – Besut, Terengganu

9.00 – 12.00 Mlm – Ceramah Perdana – Demi Rakyat

Lokasi : – Kampong Amir , Alor Lintang, Besut

Penceramah:

1. YB Dato' Seri Anwar Ibrahim

2. YB Azan Ismail

3. YB Khalid Samad

Program 2 – Tanah Merah, Kelantan

9.00 – 12.00 Mlm – Ceramah Perdana – Demi Rakyat

Lokasi :- Padang Majlis Daerah Tanah Merah, Kelantan

Penceramah:

1. YAB Tuan Guru Nik Aziz Nik Mat

2. YB Dato' Seri Anwar Ibrahim

3. YB Saifuddin Nasution

4. YB Husam Musa

5. YB Amran Abdul Ghani

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RM700,000.00 has been saved on the upgrading of Jalan Genting Kelang & Jalan Gombak: said the “contractor friendly” JKA

Posted: 14 Jul 2011 02:39 AM PDT

On 15 June 2009 the Ministry of Wilayah Persekutuan has informed Parliament that the upgrading of Jalan Genting Kelang and Jalan Gombak has escalated to RM108, 643, 726.50 in HERE.  The original contract cost was only RM30.8 million and it was supposed to have been completed on 10 May 2009. But it was not to be. [...]

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DR. LO' LO' KRITIKAL?

Posted: 14 Jul 2011 02:56 AM PDT

Menurut berita yang diterima dari rakan-rakan, Ahli Parlimen Titiwangsa, YB Dr. Lo' Lo' berada dalam keadaan kritikal di Hospital Selayang kerana barah paru-paru.

berita lanjut akan menyusul

ANAK ALLAHYARHAM BAHARUDIN BERSIH 2.0 ADU KE SUHAKAM

Posted: 14 Jul 2011 01:38 AM PDT


Anak dan anak saudara kepada Allahyarham Baharuddin, suami kepada Ketua Wanita PKR Cabang Setiawangsa, yang meninggal dunia ketika menyertai BERSIH 2.0 bersama-sama dengan 30 orang yang lain telah menyerahkan memorandum kepada Timbalan pengerusi SUHAKAM, Datuk Dr. Khaw Lake Tee di ibupejabat suruhanjaya itu pada hari ini, 14 Julai 2011.

Kesemua mereka menggesa supaya SUHAKAM menyiasat dengan telus terhadap insiden yang berlaku pada Sabtu 9 Julai lalu.

Sama-samalah kita berdoa semoga keluarga Puan Rosni Malan mendapat pembelaan.

LIHAT GAMBAR NI, PENGIRING ANWAR BERLAKON SAKIT

Posted: 13 Jul 2011 07:19 PM PDT

MENGIKUT peraturan, jika perlu, Polis hanya boleh melepaskan tembakan gas pemedih mata padaparas 45 darjah ke arah udara, namun apa yang berlaku di KL Sentral 9 Julai lalu, pihak polis dipercayaisengaja menembak peluru gas pemedih mata ke arah Anwar Ibrahim namun peluru itu melantun ke pipi pengiring beliau, Fayad Al-Bakri.

Akibatnya pengiring Anwar ini mengalami pendarahan dan kecederaan yang teruk di bahagian tulang pipinya. Rakyat biasa yang berhimpun secara aman, tanpa senjata, ditembak dengan peluru gas pemedih mata. Beliau dilaporkan terpaksa menjalani pembedahan plastik.
Di bawah ini dua keping gambar terbaru Fayad Al-Bakri yang sedang menjalani rawatan di hospital yang dikongsikan oleh salah seorang kawan yang melawat beliau di hospital.


Menurut sumber, Fayad Al-Bakri kini di dalam keadaan tidak sedarkan diri.




ReJaM© "Kata Polis, mereka telah menjalankan tugas secara profesional, betul ke...?"


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SEBELAS DOKTOR SAHKAN DUA HOSPITAL DISERANG

Posted: 13 Jul 2011 06:37 PM PDT

DARI MALAYSIAKINI


Sekumpulan doktor kanan dan pakar perubatan telah mengeluarkan kenyataan membidas kerajaan berhubung 'serangan polis' ke atas peserta perhimpunan BERSIH 2.0 Sabtu lalu di dua buah hospital.

bersih rally 090711 police shooting into tung shin hospitalSehubungan itu, dalam satu kenyataan media yang dihantar kepada Malaysiakinilewat hari ini, doktor berkenaan yang bertugas di Hospital Tung Shin dan Hospital Bersalin Cina di Jalan Pudu berkata mereka akan mengemukakan afidavit bagi menyokong hujah bahawa hospital diserang.

Mereka mendakwa tindakan polis pada Sabtu lalu jelas mencabul pengiktirafan antarabangsa apabila hospital sebagai tempat santuari diserang.

Malah menurut sebeles doktor berkenaan, semasa peperangan hospital juga tidak akan diserang tetapi dalam kes di Malaysia, polis memasuki bangunan hospital bagi mencari peserta yang melarikan diri daripada tembakan gas pemedih mata dan pancutan air berkimia.

tear gas fire at tung shin hospital 090711 3"Apa yang paling menakutkan dan disaksikan ramai bahawa serangan yang tidak dihasut itu berlaku di kawasan hospital dan beberapa peserta masuk ke hospital bagi mencari perlindungan daripada tembakan gas pemedih mata dan pancutan meriam air," kata mereka.

Ini adalah reaksi pertama oleh sekumpulan pakar perubatan berikutan penafian pihak polis dan kerajaan bahawa tidak ada gas pemedih mata dilontarkan ke perkarangan hospital berkenaan pada 9 Julai lalu.

Isnin lalu, menteri kesihatan Datuk Seri Liow Tiong Lai berkata polis tidak menembak gas pemedih mata dan meriam air ke arah Hospital Tung Shin ketika menyuraikan perhimpunan BERSIH 2.0.

azlanKatanya, dakwaan yang berlegar di media internet berhubung tembakan ke arah hospital itu adalah tidak benar.

Liow juga berkata sebenarnya polis menembak gas pemedih mata itu ke arah jalan besar dan asap berkenaan mungkin dibawa angin ke arah hospital berkenaan.
Beberapa rakaman video dan gambar yang dikemukakan terus diperlekehkan oleh kerajaan termasuk anggota jemaah menteri.

Menurut kesebelas-sebelas doktor berkenaan, pihak berkuasa tanpa rasa malu terus menafikan serangan itu di sebalik pelbagai bukti yang dikemukakan dan ramai saksi yang tampil membuat pengakuan.

Kenyataan media itu ditandatangani oleh Datuk Dr Musa Nordin, Dr Sheikh Johari Bux, Dr Ng Kwee Boon, Dr Ng Swee Choon, Dr Jeffrey Abu Hassan, Dr David Quek, Dr Mary Cardozo, Dr Ahmad Farouk Musa, Dr Mazeni Alwi, Datin Low Low Paik See dan Dr Steve Wong.

tear gas fire at tung shin hospital 090711 1"Adalah menjijikkan pihak berkuasa yang diamanahkan tanggungjawab kepolisian menjaga negara dan melindungi mereka yang lemah, tanpa rasa malu menafikan perbuatan mereka secara umum, di sebalik kejadian itu disokong banyak gambar, video dan pengakuan saksi termasuk pemerhati berkecuali," kata mereka.

Doktor-doktor itu berkata mereka tidak berhasrat menyertai polemik selepas perhimpunan itu, tetapi sebahagian daripada mereka yang sedang bertugas ketika kejadian, bersedia memberi keterangan bersumpah, jika diperlukan bagi memberitahu apa yang sebenarnya berlaku.

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