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Bersama Pegawai Tinggi Angkatan Tentera Malaysia

Posted: 12 Mar 2013 07:13 AM PDT


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Siri Jelajah Merdeka Rakyat Dato’ Seri Anwar Ibrahim Ke Perak

Posted: 12 Mar 2013 09:58 AM PDT

15 Mac 2013 (Jumaat)

1) 7.00 mlm – Solat & Tazkirah Maghrib
Lokasi: Surau An Nadzafah, Taman Mewah, Taiping

2) 9.00–12.00 mlm – Ceramah Perdana Pakatan Harapan Rakyat
Lokasi: Taman Kota Wira, Larut

3) 9.00 – 12.00 mlm – Ceramah Perdana Merdeka Rakyat
Lokasi: Taman Serai Perdana, Bagan Serai

4) Barisan Penceramah:
i. YB Dato' Seri Anwar Ibrahim
ii. Jeneral (B) Tan Sri Md Hashim Hussein
(Mantan Panglima Angkatan Tentera Darat)
iii. YB Dato' Seri Mohammad Nizar Jamaluddin
iv. YB Dato' Ngeh Kor Ham
v. YBhg Dr Mohd Nor Manuty
vi. YBhg Mohd Nasib Abd Rahim

Siri Jelajah Merdeka Rakyat Dato’ Seri Anwar Ibrahim Ke Pahang

Posted: 12 Mar 2013 09:57 AM PDT

14 Mac 2013 (Khamis)

1) 4.30 ptg – Sepetang Bersama Dato' Seri Anwar Ibrahim
Lokasi: Kampong Binjai, Kuala Lipis

2) 8.30–12.00 mlm –Ceramah Perdana Pakatan Harapan Rakyat
Lokasi: Markas PAS Darul Ansar, Kg Cempaka, Lancang

3) 8.30 – 12.00 mlm – Ceramah Perdana Merdeka Rakyat
Lokasi: Kuala Mai, Kuala Krau

4) Barisan Penceramah:
i. YB Dato' Seri Anwar Ibrahim
ii. YBhg Dato' Tuan Ibrahim Tuan Man
iii. YBhg Dato' Fauzi Abd Rahman
iv. YBhg Haji Abas Awang
v. YBhg Dr Jamaluddin Abdul Rahim
vi. YBhg Felicia Ling
vii. YBhg Ahmad Nizam Hamid
viii. YBhg Jusoh Darus
ix. YBhg Ustaz Sharil Azman
x. Lt. Jeneral (B) Dato' Abdul Ghafir Abdul Hamid
xi. Brig. Jeneral (B) Dato' Najmi Ahmad

[ Kenyataan Akhbar ] UMNO Menjadi Dalang Menggalakkan Keganasan, Ambil Kesempatan Dari Peristiwa Lahad Datu

Posted: 12 Mar 2013 04:41 AM PDT

Mewakili kepimpinan KEADILAN, saya mengutuk sekeras-kerasnya tindakan
ganas Umno dalam beberapa insiden terkini yang mengancam keselamatan
orang ramai dan pimpinan KEADILAN.

Rusuhan yang diadakan oleh pengikut-pengikut Umno berniat jahat dan
berunsur ganas dari awal, apabila mereka membaling telur, kayu dan kon
lalulintas ke arah ibupejabat KEADILAN yang turut mengenai beberapa
anggota KEADILAN yang berada di tempat yang sama. Keganasan ini adalah
terancang kerana mereka membawa telur, kayu dan kon lalulintas
semata-mata bagi tujuan ini.

Selain bertindak ganas, pengikut-pengikut Umno ini juga mengugut untuk
membakar bangunan yang merupakan satu ancaman jenayah.

Sepanjang kejadian ini berlaku, tidak ada seorang anggota polis pun
yang campur tangan untuk menghentikan perlakuan ganas yang melanggar
undang-undang. Sangatlah memalukan apabila Balai Polis Tropicana
hanyalah terletak dua pintu dari ibupejabat KEADILAN dan anggota polis
hanya berpeluk tubuh sahaja.

Perkara yang sama berlaku di Melaka (yang melibatkan Dato' Seri Anwar
Ibrahim) dan di depan pejabat Saudara Tian Chua di Jalan Ipoh
(termasuk ugutan untuk mencederakan Saudara Tian Chua); kedua-duanya
berlaku minggu lepas. Dengan perlakuan ganas yang mencederakan orang
ramai, anggota polis tidak pun diberi arahan oleh ketua mereka untuk
bertindak menahan pengikut-pengikut Umno yang biadap, melanggar
undang-undang dan menjejaskan keselamatan awam.

Sebab itu KEADILAN meletakkan sepenuh tanggungjawab ekoran
insiden-insiden keganasan ini di atas bahu Dato' Seri Najib Tun Razak
dan Umno/Barisan Nasional kerana ia sudah tentu mendapat restu dari
pimpinan Umno/Barisan Nasional. Sehingga kini tidak ada seorang pun
pimpinan Umno/Barisan Nasional yang tampil mengutuk kejadian keganasan
ini.

Siri keganasan ini dipertingkatkan kebelakangan ini bersempena kempen
fitnah yang cuba mengaitkan Dato' Seri Anwar Ibrahim dan kepimpinan
KEADILAN yang lain kononnya sebagai dalang peristiwa pencerobohan di
Lahad Datu. Selain propaganda di media perdana yang dimainkan saban
hari, kumpulan-kumpulan samseng Umno digerakkan untuk mengugut dan
menimbulkan kebencian melalui cara keganasan.

Saya yakin ini adalah perancangan tersusun Umno/Barisan Nasional yang
mengambil kesempatan dari peristiwa pencerobohan di Lahad Datu sebagai
modal politik untuk menimbulkan kebencian terhadap Dato' Seri Anwar
Ibrahim. Politik kebencian yang dimainkan Umno/Barisan Nasional ini
dijadikan alasan untuk mengancam keselamatan pimpinan KEADILAN melalui
siri keganasan yang berterusan.

Malah, saya tidak menolak kemungkinan politik kebencian atas
kesempatan peristiwa pencerobohan di Lahad Datu mungkin digunakan oleh
anasir tertentu di dalam Umno untuk memastikan Dato' Seri Anwar
Ibrahim sendiri ditahan, disiasat dan seterusnya didakwa di bawah
undang-undang keselamatan.

Saya menasihati pimpinan tertinggi Polis Diraja Malaysia (PDRM) supaya
mengambil berat kejadian-kejadian keganasan yang makin meningkat dan
mengenakan tindakan keras terhadap mereka yang terlibat dan menjadi
dalang. Pimpinan tertinggi PDRM juga wajiblah menolak sebarang anasir
yang cuba mengambil kesempatan dari peristiwa pencerobohan di Lahad
Datu untuk menekan lawan politik seperti yang berlaku sekarang.

RAFIZI RAMLI
PENGARAH STRATEGI

Policy clarity and Good governance of paramount importance

Posted: 12 Mar 2013 02:04 AM PDT

Remarks by Anwar Ibrahim at the opening of the Forum on Economic Management during Political Transition on March 12, 2013, Kuala Lumpur
 
The present UMNO-BN government of Dato' Seri Najib Razak is living on borrowed time. It doesn't want to admit it but its legitimacy is now totally in question because constitutionally, its full term has expired.

How long more do the people have to bear the 'whips and scorns' of this outrageous fortune? Indeed, the people's patience is tested to the limit here by the audacity of a government that goes on ruling without a mandate. 

A number of bogus analysts and self-appointed doomsday prophets, especially those driven by very personal agendas, have warned that Malaysia will descend into political and economic chaos in the event of a Pakatan Rakyat victory.

On the other hand, the more genuine and independent observers have expressed greater optimism. For instance, the original 'Dr Doom', Prof. Roubini says that our economy will stay robust even with a change in government.

We know that a mandate for change is not limited to the political sphere though it is true that without that mandate, economic management itself will be off to a false start. 

When Indonesia made that break from military autocracy to constitutional democracy, much of the focus of the free world was on how its economy would weather the transition. And in their case, transition would stretch for years and indeed the fruits of that initial process of political upheaval are for all to see.

In the case of the Arab Spring, the major worry remains the lack of clearly defined policies that would set the road map to economic recovery and growth. They are still finding their way and it won't be an easy way but that is no excuse for rejecting freedom and democracy.
Certainly, political stability is a key factor, and I might just emphasise the most crucial factor in setting the direction and objectives of economic management. But let me stress that this is not to be confused with the argument that, because political stability is so crucial, therefore there should be no change in government.
This is false logic because the test of political stability is in fact the ability of a nation to experience a change of government peacefully through the ballot box. In this regard, no matter what the UMNO-BN propaganda says, we, the Pakatan Rakyat believe in this peaceful process and we are confident that the people are matured and ready for this change. 
Now, the question that needs to be answered first is what are the likely economic consequences of a peaceful political transition?
I think the obvious response is that number one, the status quo may be maintained i.e. nothing exciting, the same policies are intact and no one wants to rock the boat. The economy may worsen or remain stagnant, or it may improve marginally but lacking in lustre.
Or number two, things could head south i.e. go downhill. The new government has no clue how to run the economy and throws caution to the wind. They try to outdo the previous government's fiscal irresponsibility and take the country down to even greater depths of deficit.

Or finally, a third scenario is possible: the new government seizes the day and carries out the economic policies and reforms it has laid out in its election manifesto. If things are done properly and with full commitment to achieve broad-based and sustainable growth, we may well see economic transformation. This is the road we will take.

In other words, a mere change of government will not lead to chaos in the economy. Certain conditions precedent must be met of course. There must be due democratic process and, to my mind, this is best translated as good governance and the rule of law.

No doubt the question of policy clarity takes precedence. Economic management must be based on sound policies – not knee jerk reactions. There must also be continuity but this is subject to a major caveat: only bona fide, above board undertakings, ventures and enterprises will be continued. Rent seeking and other crony driven schemes will meet their Maker sooner than later. 

We know that the Najib administration has been taking our economy down the deficit path. And now, as the elections draw nearer, with the kind of money that would have been doled out we would inherit an economy which would be in even greater deficit.

So, efforts must be geared towards arresting this trend with the longer term objective of finally turning it around.

There will be no continuity of the UMNO-BN model which has prevented Malaysia from attaining to higher-income status. What we have lost over the years in terms of "strategic advantage" we must strive to gain back. We are a nation blessed with resourceful people. We must not allow this to drain away.

In this process, it is of the greatest importance that there is good governance. We can talk till the cows come home (no pun intended) or till our faces turn dark blue (again no pun intended) or pay millions to consultants to come up with dazzling charts and models about transformation but, without good governance, that will just be public relations and empty rhetoric.
Failure in governance would include corruption in high office, lack of transparency in government dealings, and breakdown of accountability.
There must be meaningful structural reforms that will change the dynamics of how we want the nation's economic pie to expand.

Investments in new sectors must be encouraged but allowing this to be monopolised by the elite few is a definite 'no'. In other words, we will encourage fair competition and the spreading of the economic pie.
We have nothing against big corporations but the priority is job creation and how these corporations fare in the overall scheme of social justice which indeed will be inseparable from the principles of economic management.

Another crucial area of concern is the balance between state-dominated ventures and private investment. We have enough examples of private ventures particularly those in providing basic utilities which act more like oppressors of the people. Because they are protected by Putra Jaya they are not responsive to the people's call for better service, let alone for more reasonable rates.

In the international arena, our competitiveness must surely be another key area of focus for economic management not just in the transition period but for long-term sustainable growth.

The list is indeed long as to what we can do and what we must do at this crucial stage of our nation's destiny.

Suffice it to say that in these deliberations, we are not just looking at pie charts, numbers and data, important as they are, but at the fundamental issues of governance. In all these, we must remain steadfast in being guided by the safeguards and best practices of a vibrant constitutional democracy.

Economic management is not a game of one-upmanship but a duty of the highest calling to be discharged by those of the highest integrity for the well-being of the nation and the welfare of the people.
Thank you.

BULETIN RAKYAT

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bertindak bila sudah di tembak....

Posted: 11 Mar 2013 09:39 PM PDT

Saya merujuk kepada dua laporan dan kenyataan berasingan yang dilaporkan di Malaysia dan Filipina semalam yang memberi kesan besar kepada kedaulatan negara, disamping memberi gambaran beberapa tindakan pentadbiran Dato' Seri Najib Tun Razak dalam menangani pencerobohan di Sabah telah memburukkan keadaan.  Kenyataan Dato' Seri Najib yang mengakui bahawa pentadbiran beliau hanya mula bertindak mengambil jalan ketenteraan apabila lapan orang anggota Polis Diraja Malaysia (PDRM) terbunuh mengesahkan keraguan di banyak pihak sebelum ini bahawa beliau mengambil masa yang terlalu lama untuk berunding dengan penceroboh Sulu.  Read more »  http://bit.ly/Wac0hp RAFIZI RAMLI PENGARAH STRATEGI  8 MAC 2013   BIRO KOMUNIKASI PARTI KEADILAN RAKYAT A-1-09, Merchant Square No. 1, Jalan Tropicana Selatan 1 47410 Petaling Jaya
Saya merujuk kepada dua laporan dan kenyataan berasingan yang dilaporkan di Malaysia dan Filipina semalam yang memberi kesan besar kepada kedaulatan negara, disamping memberi gambaran beberapa tindakan pentadbiran Dato' Seri Najib Tun Razak dalam menangani pencerobohan di Sabah telah memburukkan keadaan.

Kenyataan Dato' Seri Najib yang mengakui bahawa pentadbiran beliau hanya mula bertindak mengambil jalan ketenteraan apabila lapan orang anggota Polis Diraja Malaysia (PDRM) terbunuh mengesahkan keraguan di banyak pihak sebelum ini bahawa beliau mengambil masa yang terlalu lama untuk berunding dengan penceroboh Sulu.

Read more » http://bit.ly/Wac0hp
RAFIZI RAMLI
PENGARAH STRATEGI

8 MAC 2013

BIRO KOMUNIKASI
PARTI KEADILAN RAKYAT
A-1-09, Merchant Square
No. 1, Jalan Tropicana Selatan 1
47410 Petaling Jaya

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NAJIB GUNA TENTERA BILA ANGGOTA POLIS KENA TEMBAK, LAMA SANGAT BERUNDING DGN PENCEROBOH APA HAL??

Posted: 11 Mar 2013 09:02 PM PDT

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