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Tahap Pendidikan Rendah Penyumbang Kepada Kemiskinan

Posted: 03 Jul 2012 02:15 AM PDT

SUBANG JAYA, 3 JUL : Tahap pendidikan rendah di beberapa lapisan masyarakat merupakan antara faktor utama yang menyumbang kepada peningkatan kemiskinan di kawasan bandar dan luar bandar di Selangor.

Exco Kesihatan, Pekerja Ladang, Kemiskinan dan Kerajaan Prihatin, Dr Xavier Jayakumar berkata, kemiskinan berlaku kerana kekangan wang seperti pendapatan keluarga kurang daripada RM1,500 sebulan dan saiz keluarga yang besar.

Beliau berkata, peluang pendidikan yang ditawarkan kerajaan pusat juga hanya tertumpu kepada golongan cerdik pandai dan yang berada, manakala golongan kurang berkemampuan seolah-olah diabaikan.

"Situasi yang dapat kita lihat sekarang ialah kalau seseorang pelajar itu mendapat keputusan cemerlang, secara automatiknya dia akan menerima pendidikan di peringkat yang lebih tinggi, secara percuma (kemasukan ke asrama penuh dan IPTA).

"Manakala anak-anak yang tidak mendapat keputusan cemerlang dipinggirkan.

"Sehubungan itu, Kerajaan Negeri akan memulakan usaha untuk membantu pelajar lemah ini supaya mereka juga dapat menerima pendidikan yang setaraf dengan pelajar-pelajar lain.

"Bagaimanapun ia hanya dapat dilaksanakan pada tahun depan," katanya.

Dr Xavier berkata demikian semasa membentangkan kertas kerja "Kemiskinan Isi Rumah Bandar dan Luar Bandar Negeri Selangor" sempena Dialog Bajet Selangor 2013 di Hotel Grand Dorsett di sini pagi tadi.

Dialog yang berlangsung selama dua hari ini bertujuan mendapatkan pandangan awam bagi menetapkan hala tuju Bajet Selangor 2013.

Thema Bajet Selangor 2013 adalah ke arah melestarikan Selangor sebagai negeri maju yang terus menerajui ekonomi Malaysia.

Sementara itu, pensyarah Ekonomi Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia (UKM), Dr Nor Ghani Md Nor menambah, insiden kemiskinan turut dipengaruhi faktor seperti pekerjaan makan gaji berproduktiviti rendah, ketua isi rumah atau ibu tunggal yang tidak berupaya bekerja.

"Kebanyakan mereka bergantung kepada bantuan yang diberikan oleh pihak luar, namun hanya sebilangan kecil yang menerima bantuan.

"Ekoran daripada ini, mereka akan menghadapi tekanan kewangan dan menjejaskan hubungan kekeluargaan dalam jangka masa pendek," ujarnya.

MB: 4 Juta Rakyat Selangor Terima Manfaat Langsung Dari MES

Posted: 03 Jul 2012 02:00 AM PDT

SHAH ALAM, 3 JUL: Lebih empat juta penduduk di Negeri Selangor menerima pelbagai manfaat secara langsung dari Program Merakyatkan Ekonomi Selangor (MES) yang dilancarkan Kerajaan Negeri sebaik sahaja mengambilalih pentadbiran dari kerajaan Umno-BN sebelumnya.

Demikian ujar Menteri Besar, Tan Sri Abdul Khalid Ibrahim ketika berucap di hadapan kira-kira hampir 500 peserta Dialog Bajet Selangor 2013 yang diadakan semalam.

"Dalam konteks agihan ekonomi kekayaan negeri menerusi program MES, lebih 200 ribu orang penerima individu mendapat manfaat setiap tahun dan itu tidak termasuk penerima bekalan air percuma 20 meter padu yang mencecah 1.277 rumah.

"Jika dihitung satu isi rumah sekitar empat orang, itu bererti lebih empat juta orang penerima manfaat daripada program tersebut," kata Abdul Khalid dalam majlis dialog bertajuk 'Selangor Peneraju Ekonomi Malaysia' yang diadakan di Hotel Grand Dorsett, Subang Jaya.

Beliau turut memberitahu, secara kasarnya, setakat April 2012, Kerajaan Negeri telah membelanjakan sehingga mencecah RM525 juta bagi memastikan rakyat negeri ini mendapat manfaat dari pentadbiran kerajaan Pakatan Rakyat Selangor.

Menurutnya kejayaan Kerajaan Negeri meningkatkan ekonomi negeri dan mengagihkan kekayaan kepada rakyat Selangor merupakan hasil usaha keras kakitangan awam negeri itu.


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Anwar Ibrahim

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Siri Jelajah Dato’ Seri Anwar Ibrahim Ke Parlimen Selayang, Selangor

Posted: 03 Jul 2012 12:58 PM PDT

Merdeka Rakyat
6 Julai 2012 (Jumaat)

1) 7.15 mlm – Solat & Tazkirah Maghrib
Lokasi: Masjid At – Taqwa, Jalan 11C, Selayang Baru

2) 7.30 – 12.00 mlm – Majlis Jamuan Makan Malam
Lokasi: Dewan SJKC San Yuk, Kampong Kenanga, Rawang

Penceramah:

i. YB Dato' Seri Anwar Ibrahim
ii. YB Dr Tan Seng Giaw
iii. YB William Leong Jee Keen
iv. YB Khalid Samad
v. YB Tian Chua
vi. YB Gan Pee Nee
vii. YB Dr Xavier Jayakumar

3) 9.00 – 12.00 mlm – Ceramah Perdana – Merdeka Rakyat
Lokasi: Padang Kampong Selayang Indah, Selayang Baru
(Belakang NSK Selayang)

Penceramah:

i. YB Dato' Seri Anwar Ibrahim
ii. YBhg Mat Sabu
iii. YB Sivanesan
iv. YB Tian Chua
v. YB William Leong Jee Keen
vi. YBhg Mohamad Abdul Rahman

Assange Show Final Episode: Anwar Ibrahim – ‘the voice of democracy’ in Malaysia

Posted: 03 Jul 2012 09:07 AM PDT

In the final episode, Julian Assange talks to Malaysia's opposition leader, who faced prison terms twice in what he calls politically-motivated cases. But he never gave up fighting for democracy in a country he brands less democratic than even Myanmar.

Klik here to Watch the full new episode of The Julian Assange Show exclusively on RT. 

When Anwar Ibrahim, the former deputy prime minister of Malaysia and currently leader of the opposition party, says democracy, he means "an independent judiciary, free media and an economic policy that can promote growth and the market economy."

However, at the same time, he told Assange that the people of Malaysia should understand what abuses all these elements of freedom may bring to their country.

"Arab Spring – one area clambering for freedom. Then we have Occupy Wall Street… and the limitations, the unbridled greed and the gap between the very rich and very poor, the complicity between the big business groups and politics – these we need to avoid," Ibrahim says.

 

From prison to parliament

Nowadays Ibrahim's opposition political party is gaining more and more support from the people. However, before his voice was heard, he went through six years in solitary confinement in prison and two criminal cases.

Ibrahim was first arrested for supporting land farmers in the north and demanding better treatment from the government. As a result he spent two years in detention without trial.

The activist was released after Mahathir Mohamad became prime minister, whose reforms he supported. He even became his deputy.

But in 1998 Ibrahim was imprisoned for six years 'for corruption and sodomy' after he fell out with his boss.

He was released in 2004 largely thanks to campaigning by his wife. Thousands of people went into the streets in his support.

In 2008, a significant year for Malaysian politics, Ibrahim tried to get elected to parliament. He maintains this was a real challenge because his opposition party was not given even a minute of air-time.

"We won 10 out of 11 parliamentary seats, and so I believe we are ripe for some sort of Malaysian Spring through the electoral process," he says.

And despite the fresh allegations of sexual harassment he faced in 2008 and the abuse he suffered on a daily basis at the hands of the national media, his party gained more support from people.

In January 2012 he won the case. But with Malaysian elections looming and Anwar tipped to win, he has recently been charged with unauthorized assembly.

On Monday he faced fresh charges over his part in a mass rally for electoral reforms.

If he is found guilty, Anwar might be sentenced to up to two years in prison and a fine. This will mean that he could be disqualified from standing in elections.

Assange Episode 11: Anwar Ibrahim – ‘the voice of democracy’ in Malaysia,exclusively on RT, starting Tuesday, 11:30 GMT

Posted: 02 Jul 2012 08:40 PM PDT

Link: http://www.rt.com/news/assange-show-malaysia-democracy-221/

Julian Assange talks to Malaysia's main opposition leader, who twice served terms in prison after what he calls politically-motivated criminal cases. But he keeps fighting for democracy in a country he brands less democratic than even Burma.

When Anwar Ibrahim, the former deputy prime minister of Malaysia and currently leader of the opposition party, says democracy, he means "an independent judiciary, free media and an economic policy that can promote growth and the market economy."

However, at the same time, he told Assange that the people of Malaysia should understand what abuses all these elements of freedom may bring to their country.

"Arab Spring – one area clambering for freedom. Then we have Occupy Wall Street… and the limitations, the unbridled greed and the gap between the very rich and very poor, the complicity between the big business groups and politics – these we need to avoid," Ibrahim says.

From prison to parliament

Nowadays Ibrahim's opposition political party is gaining more and more support from the people. However, before his voice was heard, he went through six years in solitary confinement in prison and two criminal cases.

Ibrahim was first arrested for supporting land farmers in the north and demanding better treatment from the government. As a result he spent two years in detention without trial.

The activist was released after Mahathir Mohamad became prime minister, whose reforms he supported. He even became his deputy.

But in 1998 Ibrahim was imprisoned for six years 'for corruption and sodomy' after he fell out with his boss.

He was released in 2004 largely thanks to campaigning by his wife. Thousands of people went into the streets in his support.

In 2008, a significant year for Malaysian politics, Ibrahim tried to get elected to parliament. He maintains this was a real challenge because his opposition party was not given even a minute of air-time.

"We won 10 out of 11 parliamentary seats, and so I believe we are ripe for some sort of Malaysian Spring through the electoral process," he says.

And despite the fresh allegations of sexual harassment he faced in 2008 and the abuse he suffered on a daily basis at the hands of the national media, his party gained more support from people.

In January 2012 he won the case. But with Malaysian elections looming and Anwar tipped to win, he has recently been charged with unauthorized assembly.

On Monday he faced fresh charges over his part in a mass rally for electoral reforms.
If he is found guilty, Anwar might be sentenced to up to two years in prison and a fine. This will mean that he could be disqualified from standing in elections.

Watch Anwar Ibrahim talking about Malaysian politics, opposition and his country's future in the latest episode of The Julian Assange Show, exclusively on RT, starting Tuesday, 11:30 GMT.

Anak Muda Kampung Nak Senang

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CERAMAH PENERANGAN

Posted: 03 Jul 2012 12:29 AM PDT


Parti KeADILan Rakyat, Gopeng * 务边人民公正党

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ISA: Isteri Sedih Suami Diseksa di Kemta

Posted: 02 Jul 2012 09:24 PM PDT

Harakah Isteri kepada tahanan Akta Keselamatan Dalam Negeri (ISA), Razali Kassan sedih dan kecewa apabila suaminya diseksa di Kem Tahanan Kamunting (Kemta) walaupun ahli keluarga mengikut arahan pihak berkuasa sebelum ini. Nunurheni Onim berkata, sebelum ini beliau dan ahli keluarga yang lain tidak bercerita mengenai penahanan suaminya kepada mana-mana pihak kerana berpegang kepada janji pihak [...]

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ALBUM CERAMAH SIRUSA-PD 30 JUN 2012

Posted: 02 Jul 2012 10:53 PM PDT

Ceramah Sdra. Rafizi mendapat sambutan rakyat di Sirusa-Telok Kemang. Kehadiran Sdra.Wfauzdin juga berjaya menarik minat anggota tentera untuk mendapatkan maklumat sebenar perkembangan politik dan isu-isu semasa tanah air.

Rakyat sudah mula menilai secara ilmiah dan fakta isu-isu yang berlaku dalam negara. Harga barang di bawah UMNO/BN meningkat naik serta membebankan rakyat sedangkan tawaran Pakatan Rakyat ialah menurunkan harga minyak dan pendidikan percuma. UMNO/BN menjawab bahawa kononya negara akan bankrab jika laksanakan pendidikan percuma. Mereka tidak sedar bahawa RM 28 bilion telah ketirisan di bawah pentadbiran UMNO/BN.

Jom Sokong Pakatan Rakyat!






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