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Bill Limiting Street Protests Moves Ahead in Malaysia

Posted: 29 Nov 2011 08:07 PM PST

New York Times

The lower house of the Malaysian Parliament approved a measure Tuesday that would ban street demonstrations, hours after hundreds of lawyers and activists chanting "freedom to the people" protested against the legislation, which they said would further restrict democratic rights in the country.

The Peaceful Assembly Act must still be approved by the upper house, the Senate, before it takes effect, but analysts said that they expected easy passage because the Senate was dominated by government members.

Opposition party members, who had called for the legislation to be withdrawn, walked out of Parliament before the vote Tuesday, saying that they would refuse to participate because only three opposition members had been permitted to speak on the issue.

The legislation, which would impose fines of up to 20,000 ringgit, or $6,000, on violators, comes after Prime Minister Najib Razak pledged in September to embark on a series of reforms.

Civil rights groups and opposition parties say Mr. Najib has failed to deliver on his promise to make Malaysia a "modern, progressive nation" and that the Peaceful Assembly Act is more repressive than existing laws.

Lim Chee Wee, president of the Malaysian Bar Council, which organized the protest Tuesday, said the ban on street processions violated the "constitutionally guaranteed right" to have an "assembly in motion." "The Malaysian Bar Council is very disappointed that the government is rushing with unholy haste this piece of legislation without seeking adequate feedback from relevant stakeholders," he said.

Under existing law, Malaysians must apply for a police permit for gatherings of more than five people. The Peaceful Assembly Act does not require people to obtain a permit, but organizers must notify the authorities 10 days in advance unless they are meeting in "designated places," which are not specified in the bill.

No gatherings would be permitted within 50 meters, or about 160 feet, of prohibited places including hospitals, schools or places of worship, and no one under the age of 21 would be permitted to organize a protest. The police would be able to impose conditions, including the date, time and place of the assembly.

During the march Tuesday, a police roadblock prevented most of the lawyers from reaching Parliament. However, 10 members of the Malaysian Bar Council were allowed to enter.

Mr. Lim, who handed copies of a draft alternative bill to V.K. Liew, a deputy cabinet minister, and to Anwar Ibrahim, the opposition leader, in the Parliament lobby, was cheered when he returned to the crowd of waiting lawyers.

"Today we have shown to the Parliament we can have a peaceful walk for freedom," he said, adding that the Bar Council would keep up its fight against the bill.

"We must continue to knock on the doors of Parliament to make sure this bill doesn't enter the statute books," he said.

Mr. Lim later said in an interview that the Bar Council would continue to lobby the government and senators against final approval. "The Bar will not give up hope in its objective of preventing this bill becoming law," he said.

International rights groups, including Amnesty International, had also called for the bill to be withdrawn, saying that it would further tighten the country's "excessive restrictions" on peaceful protests ahead of elections widely expected to be called early next year.

"If the Malaysian government is serious about holding free and fair elections, it needs to end this assault on the right to peaceful protest," Sam Zarifi, Asia-Pacific director at Amnesty International, said in a statement.

After meeting with Bar Council representatives, Mr. Anwar said that the law was more repressive than those found in Zimbabwe and Myanmar. "We cannot accept the bill as it stands," he said.

The outcry over the Assembly Act has largely overshadowed the government's announcement last week that it would repeal three emergency laws that allowed detention without trial and that it would permit students older than 21 to join political parties.

Mr. Najib's pledge to introduce a series of reforms came after the government was condemned for its handling of a July protest at which tear gas and water cannons were used to disperse thousands of demonstrators calling for greater transparency in elections.

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Ahmad Maslan Dan Kedangkalannya

Posted: 29 Nov 2011 05:44 PM PST

The Malaysian Insider
Oleh Sakmongkol AK47
Anggota Umno diminta tidak mendabik dada dengan kejayaan parti mendaftarkan 3.4 juta anggota setakat ini, kata Ketua Penerangan Umno Datuk Ahmad Maslan. Beliau berkata, jumlah sebesar itu belum menjamin kemenangan Barisan Nasional (BN) pada pilihan raya umum akan datang. "(Ini kerana) ahli Umno hanya satu per empat daripada 12 juta pengundi," katanya kepada pemberita selepas merasmikan Seminar Agenda Melayu ke-7 anjuran Alumni Kelab-kelab Umno Luar Negara, di sini hari ini. Beliau berkata setakat ini kira-kira tiga juta anggota Umno adalah pengundi berdaftar. Justeru katanya, semua anggota Umno perlu berusaha keras meraih sokongan pemilih lain, terutama yang 'di atas pagar'. "…..kita kena dekati dan tarik pengundi selebihnya untuk menyokong Umno dan BN," katanya.

Inilah kenyataan yang paling dangkal yang saya dengar dari Ahmad Maslan, ketua penerangan Umno. Nampak sangat dia malas membaca kerana kalau dia membaca dan faham apa yang dibaca, dia tidak mengeluarkan kenyataan yang bingung macam ini. Helo brader, semua orang dah tahu hal ini.

Lihat sahaja keputusan pemilu 2008. Jumlah pengundi Melayu semuanya 5.7 juta. Calun Umno mendapat 2.38 juta undi. Katakan lah 380,000 pengundi tersebut adalah pengundi bukan Melayu. Itu bermakna, dari 5.7 juta pengundi Melayu, calun Umno hanya mendapat 2 juta undi. Jika ahli Umno sahaja sudah ada 3 juta lebih, maka itu bermakna 1 juta lebih ahli Umno tidak mengundi calun Umno sama ada kerana mereka tidak mendaftar diri atau enggan mengundi calun Umno.

Umno tidak lagi boleh mendakwa mereka mewakili suara dan aspirasi bangsa Melayu. Umno dah hilang monopoli.Bolehkah orang Melayu yang merupakan 65 peratus penduduk Malaysia, hilang dominance mereka? Matematik mana Ahmad Maslan pelajari?

Ertinya, Ahmad Maslan tidak perlu mengulangi kelemahan Umno. Dia lebih perlu menjawab mengapa rakyat meluat melihat Umno. Sekurang kurangnya, presiden Umno lebih teliti dalam observasinya. Orang dah kenal sangat sifat-sifat orang Umno yang ek — baju linen, kereta besar, cermin mata hitam dan lain-lain lagi petanda2 luaran. Dan orang tahu, kebanyakan pemimpin Umno seperti Ahmad Maslan adalah tin kosong.

Ahmad Maslan ini sendiri semasa jadi ketua penerangan Umno akan sentiasa memulakan ucapannya dahulu dengan mencerita hal dirinya sendiri. Bagaimana dia yang tak tahu apa2 pun, tiba2 di angkat oleh Datuk Najib jadi pegawai yang in charge Felda, kemudian di lantik timbalan menteri dan terus ketua penerangan.

Boleh jadi kerana kamu, Ahmad Maslan sudah jampi Datuk Najib dengan serapah 7 petala langit dan 7 petala bumi dan apa apa lagi. Semua orang yang mendengar ucapan Ahmad Maslan pada masa itu tertanya-tanya, apa jadahnya kaitan cerita nasib baik kamu dengan tugasan yang mendepani organisasi Umno? Syukurlah kamu bernasib baik tapi jangan melembukan ahli Umno yang lain dengan cerita karut marut dan buah fikiran yang dangkal.

Belum sempat saya habis baca ulasannya mengenai Umno ada 3.4 juta ahli(yang semua mahu menunggang Umno) saya terbaca komennya dalam ucapannya di sebuah forum Melayu pasca PRU13. Ini satu lagi buah fikiran yang dangkal lagi.

Macam mana Melayu hilang kuasa dan kedudukan? Melayu akan hilang kuasa kalau mereka tidak ada pelajaran, kalau mereka tidak kompetitif dan sebagainya. Melayu tak hilang kuasa jika tidak bertali urikan Umno. Umno yang banyak menjahanamkan kepentingan Melayu. Tajuk forum yang terlebih baik ialah Melayu Umno pasca PRU13. Hari ini, kepentingan Melayu boleh di perjuangkan diatas wadah apa sekali pun, ianya bergantung kepada dedikasi dan kepandaian yang empunya diri.

Kita tanya Ahmad Maslan, bila Shahrizat bertindak sebabagi pemudah cara pemberian grant kepada Dr Salleh, ada dia fikir mengenai kepentingan bangsa Melayu? Apakah Dr Salleh akan senang dapat grant tersebut ketika rekodnya mengurus Technology Park Malaysia sangat buruk kecuali merit yang dia ada ialah dia suami Shahrizat Jalil? Tidak bukan. Sebab dia mahu melembukan semua orang Melayu. Setelah sebulan isu feedlot ini di bangkitkan baru sehari dua, Shahrizat kata, dia takde kena mengena dengan isiu feedlot?

Dan bila kita membayar pembelian kereta APC oleh Deftech dengan membayar RM6 billion lebih tinggi dari harga RM1.2 billion, duit RM6 billion itu untuk orang Melayu? Dan di mana Umno menghilangkan diri bila MAS yang sepatutnya menjadi kebanggan negara Malaysia, sedang di canibalise supaya beberapa orang membuat wang yang banyak.

Si Ahmad Maslan ini betul2 tidak membaca apa guruh yang sedang membuak di kalangan orang Melayu. Orang Melayu melihat Umno hari ini organisasi yang membenarkan perlanunan dan samun dan rompakan keatas orang Melayu sendiri. Dan kalau Ahmad Maslan membaca dengan teliti lagi, dia akan dengar orang ramai berkata Ahmad Maslan can shove his remarks up that part of his anatomy where the sun does not shine! — sakmongkol.blogspot.com

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MP Pakatan Keluar Dewan, Protes Akta Perhimpunan Aman

Posted: 29 Nov 2011 01:17 AM PST

Ahli Parlimen Pakatan Rakyat  keluar dewan rakyat beramai-ramai bagi membantah tindakan kerajaan yang enggan menarik balik Rang Undang-Undang Perhimpunan Aman yang dibahaskan hari ini.

Tindakan keluar dewan itu diketuai Ketua Pembangkang, Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim.

Mereka juga membantah keputusan Yang dipertua Dewan Rakyat, Tan Sri Pandikar Amin Mulia kerana hanya membenarkan ahli parlimen kanan pembangkang
untuk berbahas.

Ahli Parlimen Subang, R. Sivarasa berkata, Pakatan membuat keputusan berkenaan sebagai tanda protes, selepas menjangka rang undang-undang itu akan tetap diluluskan.

"Kita memilih tindakan keluar dewan kerana kita sudah menjangka akta ini akan diluluskan juga dengan mereka menggunakan undian majoriti.

"Malah Menteri Di Jabatan Perdana Menteri, Datuk Seri Nazri Aziz juga enggan memberi respon mengenai desakan kita agar rang undang-undang itu ditarik balik," katanya ditemui selepas Ahli Parlimen Pakatan Rakyat keluar dewan hari ini.

Menurutnya, jika undian belah bahagi diadakan sekalipun, Pakatan Rakyat tidak mampu menghalang rang undang-undang itu dari diluluskan kerana majoriti  dalam Dewan Rakyat ialah Ahli Parlimen BN.

Rang undang-undang itu dibahaskan Ketua Pembangkang, Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim (KEADILAN-Permatang Pauh), Abdul Rahman Dahlan (BN-Kota Belud), Lim Guan Eng (Dap-Bagan), Abdul Hadi Awang (Pas-Marang), Ibrahim Ali (Bebas-Pasir Mas) dan P Kamalanathan (BN-Hulu Selangor).

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Malaysian Lawyers Rally Against Street – Protest Ban

Posted: 28 Nov 2011 11:27 PM PST

From BBC News

Hundreds of lawyers in Malaysia have staged a rally against proposed laws that would ban street protests.

The government has promised to get rid of a rule requiring people to get a police permit to hold a demonstration.

But it wants to replace that rule with a ban on street protests and a ban on people under 21 demonstrating.

The lawyers say the new proposals are more repressive than the old laws, and they are calling on the government to ditch the plans.

Prime Minister Najib Razak, who is expected to call an election early next year, has been trying to boost his popularity by overhauling the country’s web of security laws.

But his government’s Peaceful Assembly Act has caused outrage among critics and rights groups.

‘Voice of the people’
About 500 lawyers marched to Parliament on Tuesday, hours before the law was due to be debated.

They chanted “freedom to assembly” and “freedom to the people”, before police stopped most of them from entering the complex.

They say the government is trying to rush through the law without proper consultation.

“We hope the government will listen to the voice of the people,” said Bar Council President Lim Chee Wee, according to the Associated Press news agency.

Last week, the government announced the repeal of three emergency proclamations providing for detention without trial.

Much of the legislation dates back to the 1960s and 70s when Malaysia was racked by tensions between Muslim Malays and the ethnic Chinese, which at one point exploded into bloody riots.

Thousands of people are being held under the proclamations, according to a report on arbitrary detention by the UN Human Rights Council last year.

Campaigners say that many of those being held are petty criminals who have been denied due process.

Mr Najib also promised in September to repeal another law, the Internal Security Act, which has its origins in the anti-Communist legislation of the British colonial period and has been used for decades to detain and intimidate government critics.

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Anwar Likens Assembly Area Restrictions To Mubarak’s Military Rule

Posted: 28 Nov 2011 09:18 PM PST

The Malaysian Insider

Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim said today the government was following in the footsteps of toppled Egyptian dictator Hosni Mubarak by barring protests from taking place on the streets and at least 20 other kinds of venues.

"The prohibition of places like kindergartens follows Hosni Mubarak's military rule," the opposition leader said when debating the Bill that has been criticised by several quarters as being more repressive than existing regulations.

Mubarak's 30-year presidency came to an end in February this year after hundreds of thousands of Egyptians gathered to demand his exit.

The PKR de facto leader was replying to his colleague and Kuala Kedah MP Ahmad Kassim who asked "what is the meaning" of the long list of prohibited areas.

The Bill prohibits assemblies from being held at dams, reservoirs, water catchment areas, water treatment plants, electricity generating stations, petrol stations, hospitals, fire stations, airports, railways, land public transport terminals, ports, canals, docks, wharves, piers, bridges, marinas, places of worship and kindergartens and schools.

Anwar questioned how the government intended to "become the best democracy in the world" when it was "making it more difficult to gather than in Zimbabwe and Myanmar."

He was referring to Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak's statement just days after his September 15 pledge of democratic reforms, including repealing the controversial Internal Security Act (ISA), that the move was to make Malaysia the world's best democracy.

But critics have said that the proposed law is more repressive than those in countries like Myanmar, which has one of the world's poorest human rights records.

Myanmar's military-dominated Parliament passed a law last week allowing street protests and a notice period of just five days, fewer than the 10 days required by the Peaceful Assembly Bill.

"The new law is even more repressive than Section 27 of the Police Act. Powers held by the police and the minister have not changed, only the timeframe for them to act," the Permatang Pauh MP said, referring to the provision that requires a police permit for all public gatherings.

Pakatan Rakyat (PR) has called for the Bill to be withdrawn and put before a parliamentary select committee.

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PARTI KEADILAN RAKYAT NEGERI SEMBILAN

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Dari Meja SU MPN

Posted: 29 Nov 2011 07:47 AM PST

Majlis Pimpinan Negeri KEADILAN Negeri Sembilan mengucapkan jutaan terima kasih kepada seluruh perwakilan dan pemerhati Negeri Sembilan yang telah memberi komitmen untuk hadir ke Kongres Nasional 2011 kali kelapan yang telah berlangsung di Pulai Spring Resort, Johor Bahru minggu lepas.

Semoga ia dapat membuahkan suatu harapan bagi mempertingkatkan semangat dan iltizam untuk mencapai kemenangan dalam PRU-13 yang akan datang.

Sekalung syabas dan tahniah kepada semua perwakilan dan pemerhati.

KE ARAH MENAWAN NEGERI SEMBILAN PRU-13

Anak Muda Kampung Nak Senang

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Monorel Melaka hadapi masalah lagi

Posted: 28 Nov 2011 05:03 AM PST



Monorel Melaka hadapi masalah lagi
Harakahdaily

KUALA LUMPUR, 28 Nov 2011 : Baru tiga hari operasi dimulakan semula, perkhidmatan Monorel Melaka sekali lagi terpaksa dihentikan berikutan masalah hujan lebat, lapor Malaysiakini.

Malaysiakini difahamkan, pada kejadian kira-kira jam 3.45 petang semalam, gerabak monorel berkenaan baru bergerak kira-kira 300 meter dari Stesen Hang Jebat di Pengkalan Rama sebelum ia berpatah balik ke stesen.

Akibat kejadian itu juga telah mengecewakan 18 pelancong Hong Kong kerana terpaksa membatalkan hasrat untuk menyaksikan keindahan bandaraya Melaka dengan menaiki perkhidmatan monorel.

Sementara itu, tambang RM10 setiap seorang untuk menaiki monorel berkenaan kemudiannya dikembalikan kepada pelancong terbabit.

Difahamkan juga keputusan membatalkan perkhidmatan berkenaan adalah berikutan ketiadaan sejenis cat thermal khas pada landasan yang membolehkan perkhidmatan dijalankan seperti biasa pada waktu hujan.

Tanpa cat berkenaan, roda monorel dikatakan tidak akan dapat mencengkam landasan dengan baik.

Sementara itu, Ketua Pegawai Operasi Suruhanjaya Pengangkutan Awam Darat (SPAD), Azhar Ahmad berkata, perkhidmatan monorel berkenaan tidak akan dapat berjalan seperti biasa pada waktu hujan, melain pihak pengurusan menggunakan cat thermal pada landasannya.

Menurutnya, keadaan basah yang disebabkan hujan akan mengurangkan cengkaman pada landasan dan roda monorel.

"Sebab itulah kita meminta pihak pengurusan Monorel Melaka supaya tidak mengendalikan perkhidmatan pada waktu hujan," katanya.

Selain itu, katanya, sepasukan jurutera SPAD akan turut dihantar untuk memeriksa monorel berkenaan hari ini.

Jumaat lalu, perkhidmatan Monorel Melaka memulakan semula operasi selepas digantung perkhidmatannya sejak awal bulan ini.

Kebenaran untuk pengendali perkhidmatan itu, Menara Taming Sari Bhd, memulakan semula perkhidmatan dikeluarkan SPAD setelah berpuas hati langkah diambil pengendali perkhidmatan terhadap beberapa isu ditimbulkan sebelum ini.

Bagaimanapun, syarat SPAD mengenai penggunaan cat khas itu masih belum dilaksanakan dan hanya akan dibuat apabila perkhidmatan monorel dihentikan seketika bagi menjalankan penyelenggaraan berjadual Januari depan.

Pada 2 November lalu, dua pelancongan Britain terperangkap selama 20 minit di dalam gerabak gara-gara perkhidmatan terhenti secara tiba-tiba.

Harakahdaily pada 24 November lalu melaporkan, selepas projek monorel Melaka berharga RM15 juta mengudang pembaziran berganda, kini projek bertemakan hiburan, permainan roller coaster pula mengalami nasib yang sama.

Merujuk kepada akhbar Sinar Harian, roller coaster yang bertempat di taman hiburan Sungai Melaka itu tidak pernah berfungsi sejak dua tahun lepas.

"Projek yang bernilai RM10 juta ini sehingga hari ini hanya bertindak sebagai hiasan," kata Ketua Penerangan Pemuda PAS Melaka, Muhamad Aizat Bahrudin.

http://bm.harakahdaily.net/index.php/berita-utama/6747-monorel-melaka-hadapi-masalah-lagi

Monday November 28, 2011
Malacca monorail stalls after rain, 18 HK tourists stranded

MALACCA: The problematic Malacca river tourist monorail has been stopped in its tracks again days after it resumed service.

The monorail had just moved from its Taman Rempah station for 300m before it stopped at 3.45pm yesterday, leaving 18 tourists from Hong Kong, their tour leader and guide stranded.

A sudden downpour earlier had affected the tracks, causing the monorail to stall.

It was eventually driven back to its station in Taman Rempah.

"A check with the counter found that the rain earlier had caused the tracks to be slippery and we could not complete the ride," said the tour guide who only wanted to be known as Low.

Low said the tour members were disappointed although their fares of RM10 per person were refunded.

The monorail service, which was suspended after a breakdown on Sept 30, was given the go-ahead by the Land Public Transport Commission (SPAD) to resume operations starting Thursday.

Describing the monorail as a new and attractive tourism product, Low said the authorities should do their best to ensure the smooth-running of the coach service.

SPAD chief operation officer Azhar Ahmad said the monorail could run smoothly, but on rainy days it required thermal paint to be applied.

"The wet condition reduces traction of the tracks and tyre. Therefore, we do not recommend the monorail to be operated during rainy days,'' he said.

A team of engineers, he added, would be sent to inspect the monorail today.

The RM15.9mil line had experienced 21 service disruptions since starting operations on Oct 20 last year until the suspension on Sept 30. The company suffered losses of more than RM74,180.

The line spans 1.6km from Taman Rempah in Pengkalan Rama to Kampung Bunga Raya Pantai.

http://thestar.com.my/news/story.asp?sec=nation&file=%2F2011%2F11%2F28%2Fnation%2F9987956

Nurul Izzah Anwar 2 Dis 2011 di Rantau, N.Sembilan

Posted: 27 Nov 2011 09:34 PM PST

CERAMAH PERPADUAN RAKYAT
Tarikh : 2 Dis 2011 , JUMAAT
Masa : 8.45 Malam
Tempat : Bilik Gerakan PKR DUN Rantau, Taman Delima, Pekan Rantau, N.Sembilan (depan Petronas)
PENCERAMAH :
YB Nurul Izzah Anwar ( Naib Presiden PKR )
YB Saifuddin Nasution ( Setiausaha Agung PKR )
Dr. Rafaie Abd. Malek ( MPP PKR )
YB Taufek Abd. Ghani ( ADUN Paroi (PAS) N.Sembilan )
YB Ravi ( ADUN Port Dickson ) CheGUBard (Ketua PKR Rembau )

Dato Mahfuz Omar di Tampin 3 Dis 2011

Posted: 27 Nov 2011 09:33 PM PST

CERAMAH UMUM
Sabtu 3 Dis 2011
Jam 9 mlm
Di No 11, Pkt4, Felda Bukit Rokan, Gemencheh (rumah YDP PAS Tampin)
Bersama Dato Hj Mahfuz Omar

ETS terkandas 10 jam

Posted: 27 Nov 2011 09:32 PM PST



ETS terkandas 10 jam
Kosmo 26 Nov 2011

SEBAHAGIAN penumpang perkhidmatan kereta api elektrik (ETS) yang terkandas di Ipoh, Perak semalam.

IPOH – Lebih 700 penumpang Perkhidmatan Tren Elektrik (ETS) Ipoh-KL Sentral terkandas di Stesen Keretapi Tanah Melayu (KTMB) di sini sejak semalam sehingga pukul 8.45 malam tadi.

Sementara menunggu perkhidmatan dipulihkan malam tadi, kebanyakan penumpang terus menunggu di stesen berkenaan dan membeli makanan serta minuman yang dijual di kantin stesen tersebut.

Kejadian tersebut berlaku apabila kabel dari Stesen Tapah Road sehingga ke Ipoh serta turut melibatkan stesen KTMB Kampar dan Batu Gajah, terputus bekalan elektrik pada pukul 10.14 pagi semalam.

Akibatnya, penumpang yang menaiki ETS bagi perjalanan pukul 2 dan 3 petang masih gagal menaiki tren.

http://www.kosmo.com.my/kosmo/content.asp?y=2011&dt=1126&pub=Kosmo&sec=Negara&pg=ne_01.htm

Angkatan Muda Parti Keadilan Rakyat Cabang Bukit Gantang, Perak

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Ucapan Pengulungan Ketua Umum Pada Kongres Nasional Ke-8

Posted: 28 Nov 2011 09:10 PM PST

Amanat penting yang disampaikan oleh Ketua Umum kepada semua perwakilan dan pemerhati Kongres Nasional ke-8. DSAI berucap dalam ucapan pengulunganya pada Kongres Nasional ke-8 di Pulai Spring Resort, Johor Bharu. Kongres yang terakhir sebelum kita semua bertempur di PRU 13. Wajib Tonton

Part 1

Part 2
Part 3
Part 4

Pimpinan

Angkatan Muda

Cabang