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Khamis, 18 Julai 2013

The Spirit of Lubok Kawah/Semangat Lubok Kawah

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Emak Saudara yang tak pernah saya jumpa

Posted: 18 Jul 2013 09:43 PM PDT

Tak seberapa bulan saya berada di Kem Tahanan Kemunting, saya diminta ke luar ke bilik Recorder (bukan bilik pertemuan) kerana ada lawatan dari emak saudara saya.  Nama emak saudara saya itu diberikan kepada saya, tetapi saya tidak pernah dengar emak saudara itu.  Lagi pula emak saudara itu bukannya dari Temerloh, Pahang tetapi dari Kemunting, Taiping, Perak.

Saya keluarlah ke Bilik Recorder.  Saya memang sudah biasa ke Bilik Recorder ini.  Apabila saya menerima surat dari mana-mana pihak saya akan dijemput ke bilik Recorder untuk menandatangani menesahkan saya telah menerima surat itu. Atau pun apabila ada barang-barang yang dihantar kepada saya dan begitu juga duit, saya juga kena hadir ke Bilik Recorder.

Recorder, En Ishak, kadang-kadang tertanya-tanya kenapa saya menerima kiriman wang dari En Rahim Bakar, Bekas Menteri Besar Pahang  dan En Rahim Bakar juga menghantarkan kepada saya TV Warna.  Dia pernah tanya saya, "Eh, Mi, kan kau ni PAS kenapa pemimpin UMNO boleh hantar kat kau duit dan tv?"

Dia panggil saya Mi saja dan saya pun panggil dia Sahak saja, kerana dah sentiasa bertemu dan bermesra, samada di Bilik Recorder atau pun dia datang ke Dormitory saya.

"Aku berlawan dengan dasar sekular UMNO, bukan dengan orang UMNO, Rahim tu baik orangnya, dia adalah MB Pahang yang benar-benar disukai rakyat.  Kau tau tak, aku dilantik oleh Rahim menjadi Ahli Majlis Daerah Temerloh, selain dari pegawai kerajaan, aku sorang saja yang dilantik sebagai Ahli Majlis Daerah Temerloh?"

Dia senyum dan berkata, "Aku tak fahamlah orang politik ni."  Sebenarnya bukan Rahim saja yang ada hantar duit kepada saya tetapi seorang yang terbesar di Pahang (tak perlu sebut nama) juga ada hantar wang kepada saya.  Hanya orang politik, geng-geng saya sendiri sahaja yang tidak hantar.

Orang-orang PSRM juga ada datang melawat saya dan begitu juga peguam-peguam yang saya kenal.  Dari Temerloh hanya Pak Harun dan keluarganya selain keluarga saya sahaja yang datang.  Pak Harun ni orang Kedah, tapi dia tinggal di Temerloh, dan adalah diantara ahli vetran PAS, yang saya anggap sebagai orang tua saya dan didalam famili saya.  Semasa di Lubok Merbau, dia dan Man Kadir sajalah yang bersetia berada di rumah Markaz PAS menghadapi risiko serangan dari puak jahiliah UMNO.

Saya keluarlah ke Bilik Recorder untuk bertemu dengan Emak Saudara yang saya belum pernah kenal itu.

Apabila berjumpa di depan En Ishak, Emak saudara saya menerkam dan memeluk saya dan menangis.  Saya masih belum kenal siapa dia.  Seketika lamanya dia merenung kepada muka saya dan dia berkata, "Mi, kita tak pernah berjumpa, Mi, memang awak tak kenal Mak Alang ni.  Mak Alang adalah kakak tua dari Mak Cik, dan Mak Encik di Kuala Lumpur."

Mak Cik dan Mak Encik di Kuala Lumpur itu adalah pupu kepada emak saya, memang saya sangat biasa dengan mereka semasa saya mengaji di Maktab Mara dulu.  Tetapi Mak Cik dan Mak Encik tak pernah pun memberitahu akan kewujudan Mak Alang ni.  Teapi daripada ruas muka, memang ada sangat-sangat rupa Mak Cik.

"Ni, Mak Alang ada bawakan masakan kampung untuk Mi, Mi makanlah ya? Nanti tiap-tiap minggu Mak Alang akan hantarkan lauk kesini.  Sahak ni biasa sangat dengan Mak Alang."

Rumah Mak Alang ini betul-betul dipintu masuk ke Kem Kemunting, dan saya pernah beberapa kali melawat Mak Alang ini selepas saya di bebaskan dari tahanan, dan saya bawa Mak Itam (pupu Mak Alang) adik kepada emak saya, rupa-rupanya semasa mereka kecil-kecil dulu di Kg Berhala Gantang, mereka memang berkawan rapat selain dari mereka itu adik-beradik pupu. Mereka terputus hubungan setelah Mak Alang, Mak Cik dan Mak Encik merantau ke luar Temerloh.

Semasa saya menjadi Magistrate di Ipoh dapat saya pertemukan bapa saudara saya yang terputus keluarga, mereka tinggal di Pulau Pangkor; dan semasa saya berada di Kem Tahanan Kemunting, dapat pula saya menghubungkan emak saudara saya yang terputus keluarga.  Kami adalah keluarga Berhala Gantang dan Bintang.

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Anwar Ibrahim

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Anwar Ibrahim


Surat M. Jusuf Kalla kepada Ketua Pengarang Berita Harian

Posted: 18 Jul 2013 08:59 AM PDT

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Bring Back Egypt’s Elected Government

Posted: 18 Jul 2013 08:48 AM PDT

Project Syndicate

Putting an end to Egypt's deepening polarization and rising bloodshed requires one urgent first step: the reinstatement of Mohamed Morsi as Egypt's duly elected president. His removal by military coup was unjustified. While it is true that millions of demonstrators opposed Morsi's rule, even massive street protests do not constitute a valid case for a military coup in the name of the "people" when election results repeatedly say otherwise.

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There is no doubt that Egyptian society is deeply divided along sectarian, ideological, class, and regional lines. Yet the country has gone to the polls several times since the February 2011 overthrow of Mubarak's 30-year rule. The results have demonstrated strong popular support for Islamist parties and positions, though they also make clear the country's schisms.

In late 2011 and early 2012, Egypt held parliamentary elections. Morsi's Freedom and Justice Party, created by the Muslim Brotherhood, secured a plurality, and the two major Islamist blocs together received roughly two-thirds of the vote. In June 2012, Morsi defeated his rival Ahmed Shafik, Mubarak's final prime minister, by a margin of 52-48% to win the presidency. In a national referendum in December 2012, a 64% majority of those voting approved a draft constitution backed by the Muslim Brotherhood (though turnout was low).

The secular argument that Morsi's lust for power jeopardized Egypt's nascent democracy does not bear scrutiny. Secular, military, and Mubarak-era foes of the Muslim Brotherhood have used every lever at their disposal, democratic or not, to block the Islamist parties' democratic exercise of power. This is consistent with a decades-old pattern in Egyptian history, in which the Brothers – and Islamist political forces in general – were outlawed, and their members imprisoned, tortured, and exiled.

Claims that Morsi ruled undemocratically stem from his repeated attempts to extricate the popularly elected parliament and presidency from anti-democratic traps set by the military. After the Islamist parties' huge victory in the 2011-2012 parliamentary elections, the military leadership and the Supreme Court (filled with Mubarak-era judges) worked to derail the new parliament and prevent it from establishing an assembly to draft a new constitution.

The key action came in June 2012, when the Supreme Court, staffed entirely with Mubarak-era holdovers, nullified the results of the parliamentary elections on specious grounds. The military was set to reassert full legislative powers.

Morsi's subsequent victory in the presidential election therefore set up an epic battle over the future of the parliament and the constitution, as Morsi attempted to protect the democratically elected parliament while the military fought to dissolve it. In the end, Morsi insisted that the elected parliament create a constitutional assembly, which produced the draft approved in the December 2012 referendum.

As is typical of political revolutions, Egypt's economic situation has gone from bad to worse in the course of these power struggles. Revolutions tend to confront new governments with steeply rising social demands (for wage increases and higher welfare spending, for example) at a time of capital flight, financial turmoil, and deep disruptions of production. In Egypt's case, the crucial tourist sector contracted sharply after the revolution. Unemployment soared, the currency depreciated, and food prices rose dangerously.

None of this is surprising, and little of it can be managed by a new government that lacks experience, market confidence, and full control of the levers of power. Historically, outside parties have thus played a decisive role. Will foreign governments and the International Monetary Fund extend vital finances to the new government, or will they let it flounder and drown in a tsunami of currency depreciation and inflation?

Here, the feckless West – torn between its democratic rhetoric and its antipathy to the Islamists – showed its hand. The result was equivocation and delay, rather than commitment and assistance. The IMF has talked with the Egyptian government for two and a half years since Mubarak's overthrow without so much as lending a single cent, sealing the Egyptian economy's fate and contributing to public unrest and the recent coup.

It appears from press reports that the West finally gave the green light to the Egyptian military to overthrow Morsi, arrest the Muslim Brotherhood's leadership, and repress the Islamist rank and file. US President Barack Obama's unwillingness to stand up for Egypt's elected leaders, or even to label their overthrow a "coup" (thereby protecting the continued flow of US funds to the Egyptian military), shows that when push came to shove, the West sided with the anti-Islamists in subverting democracy. Of course, in classic Orwellian fashion, the West did so in democracy's name.

The coup and the West's complacency about it (if not complicity in it) could devastate Egypt. The Islamists are neither a marginal political group nor a terrorist force. They represent a large part of Egypt's population, perhaps half or more, and are certainly the country's best-organized political force. The attempt to repress the Muslim Brotherhood and to deny Morsi the presidency to which he was elected will most likely lead to massive violence and the strangulation of democracy, however the West and Egyptian anti-Islamists try to justify their actions.

At this point, the correct course for the West would be to call on Egypt's military to reinstate Morsi; to offer prompt financing to help stabilize the Egyptian economy; and to support true pluralism, not the kind that reverts to military coups when elections produce inconvenient results.

True pluralism means accepting the strength of Islamist political forces in the new Egypt and other countries in the region. Short of this, the West will most likely end up as an accomplice to Egypt's continuing downward spiral into violence and economic collapse.

Read more at http://www.project-syndicate.org/commentary/democracy-in-egypt-requires-reinstating-mohamed-morsi-by-jeffrey-d–sachs#hrJ27OEjLwtQgv8S.99

Malala’s message to Malaysia

Posted: 18 Jul 2013 04:06 AM PDT

Malaysiakini

Given the system of universal education it inherited from its former British colonial masters, Malaysia could and should be a model of learning and enlightenment for the Muslim-majority countries of the world.

God knows there's a crying need for such a model, considering how disgracefully most of them perform in global repression, corruption and social-justice rankings.

But thanks to 55 years of misrule by a regime that employs race and religion to perpetuate its power to plunder the nation's natural resources and other riches, Malaysia's formerly enviable educational system is far from a paragon of excellence, and appears to be getting progressively worse.

And no wonder. Teachers are routinely required to support and vote for the BN regime or else. Languages of instruction are confusingly changed at the will or whim of the powers that be. Public higher education places and scholarships are allocated according to ethnic quotas, not academic achievement. Universities are run by political appointees, and their students routinely penalised or outright expelled for supporting opposition parties.

And in its latest plot to appear sincere as the alleged 'protector' of Malaysia's majority race and religion, this robber-regime has elected to make the study of Islamic and Asian Civilisation studies (Titas), long compulsory in public universities, mandatory in private institutions as well.

Not that there's anything remotely wrong with the study of Islamic and Asian Civilisation per se. In fact I wish my own unfortunately Eurocentric, Christianity-biased education had been counterbalanced with much more Islamic and Asian content.

After all, Asian philosophers like Lao Tzu, Siddharta Gautama and Confucius have been as influential in human history as many of their ancient Greek contemporaries. And we have the then-tolerant and open-minded Muslim world to thank for preserving pre-Christian European thought from destruction at the hands of the Churchmen through the thousand or so years of Europe's 'Dark Ages'.

But nowadays Muslims are threatened with a dark age of their own by governments and fundamentalist groups dedicated to keeping theummah as poor, ignorant and powerless as possible and thus perverting the very religion they so hypocritically pretend to protect in their pursuit of power and plunder.

Demonising non-Muslims

And as "moderate" as it may be thus far compared with its counterparts in Taliban-infested Afghanistan, Pakistan and sundry other such Horrorstans, Malaysia's BN regime is similarly dedicated to demonising non-Muslims, through government-funded pressure groups like Perkasa, 'newspapers' like Utusan Malaysia and indoctrination posing as education as in this latest Islamic and Asian Civilisation studies initiative.

The fact of the matter is that the BN regime's influence on Malaysia and its every institution is not so much civilising as drivelising, as evidenced by the stupid, lying statements its spokespersons invariably make, the miserable state of its mendacious so-called "mainstream" media, and of course its lamentable efforts to "improve" the education system.

In any event, if this larcenous, low-brow regime had an even remotely sincere intention of making Malaysian higher education a more civilizing experience it would hardly be justified in limiting its efforts to imparting information about Islam and Asia.

As Malaysiakini quoted Catholic Bishop of Malacca-Johore Dr Paul Tan Chee Ing as commenting, this is an "unwarrantedly narrowed engagement with the best that has been said, thought and done in this world".

Granting that "Islamic and Asian civilisations have given much that is of value" to humankind, he said that additionally exposing students to Greek, Roman and Judeo-Christian thought would go a long way toward giving graduates some familiarity with "the good, the true and the beautiful".

Making the point that "universities ought to be citadels for the disinterested contemplation of truth," he added that "there's no freedom like that conferred by knowledge of the truth, and there's no bondage more enslaving than the truth's suppression in the interests of politics".

The good bishop knows what he's talking about here, as it was the church he represents that spent the interminable centuries of the aforementioned dark ages systematically suppressing every scientific and other truth that could possibly threaten its spiritual, political and economic stranglehold over the faithful.

And it was only relatively recently in historical terms that the sorely-needed Reformation and the philosophical and political Enlightenment finally forced the Catholic and other Christian religions to at least partially clean up their acts and devote themselves to the pursuit of truth somewhat more sincerely than hitherto.

The fact of the matter is that, unlike training or, God forbid, indoctrination, education should be about teaching us not what some religion or government wants us to think, but how to think for ourselves. Or as the great Immanuel Kant expressed the spirit of the enlightenment, to dare to think for ourselves.

Personification of such daring

And if there's one contemporary symbol and personification of such daring, it is Malala Yousafzai, the young Muslim girl who was shot by the Taliban last October for the "crime" of attending school.

In her recent address to the United Nations General Assembly on the occasion of her 16th birthday, Malala put the advocates and supporters of warring sectarian "truths" to shame by speaking of "the compassion I have learned from Muhammad, the prophet ofNONEmercy, Jesus Christ and Lord Buddha… the legacy of change I have inherited from Martin Luther King, Nelson Mandela (right) and Mohammad Ali Jinnah… (and) the philosophy of non-violence that I have learned from Gandhi, Bacha Khan and Mother Theresa."

Later in her eloquent and intelligent address, she criticised those who misuse Islam, "a religion of peace, humanity and brotherhood", for their own personal benefit, before closing with the clarion call for the world to use education "to wage a glorious struggle against illiteracy, poverty and terrorism."

And also, of course, against BN-style errorism, in which education is used as a weapon to divide rather than unite the people of Malaysia, and education departments are used as milk-cows for corruption on a massive scale, the latest of countless scandalous instances of which being the contract recently awarded to crony company YTL Corp for overpriced Chromebook laptop computers.

But unfortunately, as well all know only too well, the criminals who so cretinously misgovern and mislead Malaysia are extremely unlikely to hear, let alone heed, such enlightened and educational messages as Malela's. In fact, if their past practices are any indication, they're more likely to figuratively, if not yet like the Taliban literally, shoot the messenger.

 

PARTI KEADILAN RAKYAT NEGERI SEMBILAN

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KEADILAN tubuh pasukan khas siasat isu persempadanan semula

Posted: 18 Jul 2013 12:57 AM PDT

KUALA LUMPUR 17 JULAI: KEADILAN menubuhkan sebuah pasukan khas untuk mengkaji segala maklumat berhubung persempadanan semula kawasan pilihan raya.
Pasukan itu yang diketuai Ahli Parlimen Pandan, Rafizi Ramli dan Ahli Parlimen Kelana Jaya, Wong Chen akan menumpukan kepada seluruh sistem serta teori berkaitan persempadanan semula.
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Rafizi yang juga Pengarah Strategi KEADILAN berkata, kerajaan dan Suruhanjaya Pilihan Raya (SPR) sepatutnya perlu melibatkan Ahli Parlimen Pakatan Rakyat dalam rundingan untuk menambah kerusi sekiranya persempadanan semula dilakukan.

"Keadaan sekarang jauh lebih rumit kerana kerajaan memerlukan undi dua pertiga dari Pakatan sekiranya mahu menambah kerusi. Oleh itu SPR tidak ada pilihan lain selain merundingkan perkara ini dengan Pakatan," katanya kepadaKeadilan Daily.
"Sebab itu pasukan khas ini menumpukan perhatian segala aspek berkaitan persempadanan semula supaya bila rundingan bermula, kita sudah ada maklumat lengkap berhubung perkara itu," jelas Rafizi.
SPR sehingga kini dilaporkan belum dapat memastikan bahagian-bahagian pilihan raya yang terlibat dengan pertambahan kawasan Parlimen atau Dewan Undangan Negeri (DUN) kerana urusan kajian semula persempadanan masih di peringkat persiapan awal.
Menteri Di Jabatan Perdana Menteri, Datuk Seri Dr Shahidan Kassim pada 15 Julai lalu berkata, SPR akan menyiarkan syor kajian semula persempadanan bahagian-bahagian pilihan raya dalam warta dan juga dalam sekurang-kurangnya satu akhbar yang diedarkan dalam bahagian pilihan raya itu apabila SPR memutuskan untuk memulakan kajian semula persempadanan.
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Saman pilihan raya terhadap SPR tak langgar perlembagaan

Posted: 18 Jul 2013 12:53 AM PDT

Saman terhadap tujuh ahli Suruhanjaya Pilihan Raya (SPR) tidak melanggar perlembagaan, kata ahli parlimen Subang, Sivarasa Rasiah.
Beliau membidas kenyataan Timbalan Pengerusi SPR Datuk Wan Ahmad yang mengatakan cubaan mengetepikan seluruh keputusan pilihan raya umum ke-13 di Mahkamah Tinggi Kuala Lumpur bercanggah dengan Perlembagaan.
"Timbalan Pengerusi dan tujuh ahli SPR didakwa enggan dan dengan sengaja menyebabkan kegagalan dakwat kekal.
"Mereka bertindak menipu, memungkiri hak berperlembagaan plaintif," kata Sivarasa pada sidang media di lobi parlimen hari ini.
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Kata Sivarasa, sekiranya mahkamah menemui bahawa SPR curang dan melanggar hak perlembagaan, Pakatan Rakyat akan mendapatkan 'consequential reliefs' bahawa 222 kawasan parlimen tidak sah.
"Dan pegawai SPR sama perlu disingkirkan, manakala pilihan raya semua boleh dijalankan oleh anggota baru yang boleh dipercayai," katanya.
Sivarasa merujuk kes Union Bank of India lawan Association for Democratic Reform (2005) 5 SCC 294 di mana Mahkamah Agung India, dalam satu cabaran perlembagaan mengeluarkan arahan kepada Suruhanjaya Pilihan Raya.
"Kes tersebut tidak difailkan sebagai petisyen pilihan raya. India mempunyai peruntukan sama dengan Perkara 118 Perlembagaan Persekutuan kita yang membolehkan bahawa satu cabaran kepada satu pilihan raya boleh dibuat melalui petisyen pilihan raya.
"Pakatan Rakyat sedar bahawa kebebasan mahkamah akan berlaku kontraversi terutamanya melibatkan kes politik berprofil tinggi.

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Lebih RM20j kompaun AES dikutip, kroni kaya rakyat terbeban

Posted: 18 Jul 2013 12:52 AM PDT

KUALA LUMPUR 18 JULAI: Kerajaan berkongsi keuntungan hasil pelaksanaan Sistem Penguatkuasaan Automatik (AES) bersama kroni dengan cara membebankan rakyat, kata Ahli Dewan Undangan Negeri (Adun) Bandar, Azan Ismail.
Beliau mengulas jawapan bertulis Menteri Pengangkutan, Datuk Seri Hishammuddin Hussein di Dewan Rakyat semalam bahawa kerajaan berjaya mengutip sebanyak RM20,020,500 juta kompaun hasil AES bermula 11 Jun 2013 hingga 23 September 2012 dengan kutipan lebih kurang 10 peratus.
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Dinyatakan juga dalam tempoh yang sama, sebanyak 673,339 saman kesalahan AES dikeluarkan oleh Jabatan Pengangkutan Jalan (JPJ).

"Kerajaan masih belum merubah sikap suka memberi keuntungan kepada kroni dengan mengambil wang rakyat," kata Azan mengulas perkara itu.
Menurutnya, kerajaan sebelum ini menyatakan dalam Parlimen segala kos penyelenggaraan dan pemasangan AES akan ditanggung syarikat swasta dan kerajaan akan menerima sebahagian dari bayaran kompaun.
"Maknanya, sah kewujudan AES itu bermotifkan keuntungan berbanding keselamatan pengguna jalan raya. Sebab itulah kerajaan bersungguh mahu laksanakan sistem ini," jelasnya kepada Keadilan Daily.
Beliau turut mempersoal keterlibatan agensi penguatkuasaan seperti JPJ dan Suruhanjaya Pengangkutan Awam Darat (SPAD) dalam melaksanakan AES.
"AES dikawal oleh syarikat swasta tetapi menggunakan agensi kerajaan, bermakna mereka menggunakan khidmat pegawai kerajaan secara percuma. Hasil kutipan pula diambil bulat-bulat tanpa mengira gaji atau elaun pekerja yang terlibat," katanya.
"Sebab itu kita kata kerajaan dan kroni berkongsi keuntungan, rakyat pula dibebankan, syarikat kroni seolah-olah mendapat keuntungan atas angin. Produk tiada tetapi dapat wang berjuta-juta," jelas Azan.
Perkhidmatan AES dikendalikan syarikat Beta Tegap Sdn Bhd dan ATES Sdn Bhd. Sebanyak 14 kamera AES telah beroperasi di seluruh negara.
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'Beri peluang MP teliti RUU Akta Keharmonian'

Posted: 18 Jul 2013 12:49 AM PDT

MP Lembah Pantai Nurul Izzah Anwar berkata kerajaan memberi ruang kepada para MP untuk meneliti deraf Rang Undang-undang Akta Keharmonian Nasional terlebih dahulu sebelum ia dibentangkan dalam persidangan Dewan Rakyat.

Katanya, para MP wajar dibekalkan dengan deraf berkenaan memandangkan kerajaan mendakwa kandungannya sedang dirunding dengan beberapa pihak.


"Jawapan di Parlimen daripada menteri mengenai Akta Hasutan ialah kerajaan sedang buat rundingan dengan beberapa pihak berkaitan untuk ganti Akta Hasutan dengan Akta Keharmonian. 

"Jadi saya rasa wajib beri deraf pada semua ahli parlimen termasuk Pakatan Rakyat kerana kandungan akta ini tak siapa yang tahu. Bagaimana rundingan berlaku bila ahli parlimen tak dapat deraf. 

"Sesi akan datang ialah pada September dan tak ada alasan kerajaan tak beri salinan. Rakyat wajib tahu kerana undang-undang ini kerana beri kesan pada kita," katanya.



Beliau berkata demikian dalam sidang media di lobi Dewan Rakyat yang turut dihadiri dua lagi MP PKR, Tian Chua dan Shamsul Iskandar Mohd Akin. 

Perdana Menteri Datuk Seri Najib Razak pada 11 Julai lalu mengumumkan Akta Hasutan 1948 akan dimansuhkan dan digantikan dengan Akta Keharmonian Nasional. 

Rafizi ulang lagi, kait SPR dengan pembekal dakwat

Posted: 17 Jul 2013 11:25 PM PDT


MP Pandan Rafizi Ramli hari ini mengulangi dakwaan bahawa bahawa pemimpin tertinggi Suruhanjaya Pilihan Raya (SPR) mempunyai hubungan rapat dengan pembekal dakwat kekal yang digunakan semasa pilihan raya.


Rafizi mengulangi dakwaan tersebut di lobi Dewan Rakyat hari ini setelah diminta untuk berbuat demikian oleh Speaker Tan Sri Pandikar Amin Mulia.

Pengarah strategi PKR itu juga berkata beliau akan memfailkan satu usul khusus berhubung dakwaan tersebut.


Terdahulu Pandikar Amin berkata MP Pandan tersebut semasa berucap pada hari Selasa lalu menyebut ahli SPR yang tidak dapat mempertahankan diri di Dewan berkenaan.


Tindakan tersebut, menurut Pandikar Amin, melanggar peruntukan Peraturan Tetap 36(8) yang antara lainnya menghalang ahli Dewan daripada menyebut ahli SPR tersebut, kecuali dengan usul khusus bagi tujuan tersebut.

Pandikar Amin meminta Rafizi diminta mengulangi dakwaan tersebut di luar Dewan bagi membolehkan pengerusi dan timbalan pengerusi SPR, yang disebut oleh Rafizi, mendapatkan keadilan.

Ucapan MP di luar Dewan Rakyat tidak dilindungi kekebalan dari tindakan undang-undang.

Pandikar Amin meminta Rafizi berbuat demikian ketika memutuskan usul yang dikemukakan Datuk Seri Reezal Merican Naina Merican (BN-Kepala Batas) terdahulu yang mahu Rafizi dirujuk ke jawatankuasa hak dan kebebasan atas dakwaan tersebut.

Pandikar Amin menolak usul Reezal Merican yang mahu merujuk Rafizi ke jawatankuasa berkenaan berdasarkan Peraturan Mesyuarat 36 (12).



"Pandan yakin fakta dia betul. Sebelum itu dia suruh dedah tapi tak ada dedahan di buat. Cuma Pandan, untuk beri orang sana membela, kalau Pandan berani, dia ikhlas, dia ulang di luar," katanya. 

"Jadi atas sebab itu saya terpaksa mohon maaf menolak (cadangan usul) Yang Berhomat untuk merujuk Pandan pada jawatankuasa hak dan keistimewaan," kata Pandikar.

KJ: Najib tergugat jika BN tewas di K Besut

Posted: 17 Jul 2013 10:03 PM PDT

Ketua Pemuda BN Khairy Jamaluddin Abu Bakar menggesa pengundi muda di Kuala Besut supaya menyokong parti berkenaan kerana kekalahan BN akan menggugat kedudukan pengerusi gabungan parti itu, Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak.

Beliau yang juga ketua Pemuda Umno berkata keadaan akan menjadi tidak menentu sekiranya PAS berjaya merampas kerusi berkenaan apabila kedua-dua parti menguasai jumlah kerusi yang sama banyak.

"Sekiranya kita tewas di sini, dan kalau sekiranya ada pilihan raya negeri Terengganu dan DUN Terengganu dibubarkan, satu gelombang – bukan biru – tetapi suatu gelombang, suatu gerakan, suatu goncangan akan berlaku sampai ke Dewan Rakyat.
"Dan kita tak mahu melihat kedudukan BN, kedudukan Perdana Menteri Datuk Seri Najib Abdul Razak, pengerusi BN, presiden Umno digugat, oleh kerana apa yang berlaku di Kuala Besut.

"Oleh demikian saya merayu. Saya merayu dan saya mengajak anak muda Kuala Besut sepaya memastikan kemenangan, bukan hanya Kuala Besut, bukan hanya masa depan Kuala Besut, bukan hanya pembangunan Kuala Besut, tetapi memastikan BN terus memerintah Malaysia," katanya.

Beliau berkata demikian sewaktu menyampaikan ucapannya dalam Majlis Penyerahan Sukan NGO DUN di Dewan Sivik Kampung Baharu sempena kempem pilihan raya kecil Kuala Besut petang ini.

Kira-kira 300 pemuda dan pemudi yang majoritinya memakai baju-T berwarna biru hadir sewaktu beliau menyampaikan ucapan.

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Malaysia, syurga untuk penjenayah dari dalam dan luar negara

Posted: 18 Jul 2013 12:57 AM PDT



Guru mati ditembak di persimpangan lampu isyarat di Kulim
2013/07/18 - 15:22:55  
 
KULIM: Seorang guru sebuah sekolah berusia 40-an mati akibat ditembak di persimpangan lampu isyarat di Jalan Keladi, di sini, jam 12.15 tengah hari tadi.

Air sarang anai-anai makan 22 juzuk al Quran

Posted: 17 Jul 2013 11:27 PM PDT




Apa pandangan JAKIM serta Majlis Fatwa Kebangsaan terhadap air yang mengandungi sarang anai-anai (yang sudah makan 22 juzuk ayat al-Quran)?

Mudah, aman dan selamat untuk penjenayah ketika ini

Posted: 17 Jul 2013 11:17 PM PDT



6 lelaki rompak barang kemas RM3.2 juta

18 Julai 2013 - TEMERLOH: Enam lelaki bersenjatakan parang merompak barang kemas bernilai kira-kira RM3.2 juta dari sebuah kedai emas di bandar Mentakab, dekat sini hari ini. Timbalan Ketua Polis Daerah Temerloh Supt Zundin Mahmood berkata perompak berkenaan hanya mengambil masa tiga minit melarikan barang kemas itu dalam kejadian 9.30 pagi ini.  

Katanya kejadian berlaku ketika pemilik kedai dan beberapa pekerjanya baru membuka kedai untuk memulakan perniagaan. Secara tiba-tiba muncul enam lelaki berkenaan antaranya bertopeng dan bersenjatakan parang menyerbu masuk kedai dan mengarahkan pemilik kedai supaya berdiam diri.

Memalukan, tahanan warga emas boleh terlepas

Posted: 17 Jul 2013 05:57 PM PDT




Patutlah kes jenayah di negara ini semakin meningkat bukannya hari demi hari, tapi jam demi jam. Macamana seorang yang berusia 61 tahun boleh terlepas dari tahanan polis, dalam mahkamah pula tu.

Polis buru OKT warga emas lolos dari mahkamah

18 Julai 2013 - Polis melancarkan Ops Kesan bagi memburu seorang lelaki warga emas yang meloloskan diri dari lokap Mahkamah Majistret petang semalam. Suspek, Abdul Rashid Abdul Rahman , 61, yang direman mengikut Seksyen 12 (3) Akta Dadah Berbahaya 1952 bertindak meloloskan diri ketika proses membebaskan dan sambung reman tahanan dijalankan di sebuah sel di mahkamah berkenaan.

Ketua Polis Daerah Timur Laut, Asisten Komisioner Gan Kong Meng berkata, ketika proses membebaskan seorang tahanan, suspek mengaku dia individu yang dimaksudkan oleh majistret dan bertindak meloloskan diri selepas gari di tangannya dibuka.

Yang dah pergi haji, berilah laluan yang belum pergi

Posted: 17 Jul 2013 05:56 PM PDT



Sepatutnya yang dah pergi haji lah yang beri laluan kepada yang belum pergi haji, walaupun mampu bayar puluhan ribu ringgit atau ratusan ribu ringgit untuk pergi haji kali ke 2 , ke 3, ke 4 atau mungkin tiap-tiap tahun pergi haji kerana terlalu kaya atau sedikit kaya. Pengerusi Lembaga Tabung Haji yang baru patut menasihatkan golongan yang kaya-kaya dan sedikit kaya ini supaya beri laluan.

Jemaah Haji Uzur Dinasihat Beri Laluan Kepada Jemaah Haji Lain
18 Julai 2013

KUALA LUMPUR: Lembaga Tabung Haji menasihatkan jemaah haji yang uzur agar memberi laluan kepada jemaah lain untuk menunaikan haji berikutan pemotongan kuota sebanyak 20 peratus tahun ini.

Pengerusi Lembaga Tabung Haji (TH) Datuk Abdul Azeez Abdul Rahim berkata mereka juga dinasihatkan menangguhkan pemergian ke Tanah Suci memandangkan kerja pembesaran Masjidil Haram di Makkah masih dijalankan.

Bercakap kepada pemberita pada majlis sumbangan zakat Projek Ehsan TH di sini, Rabu, Abdul Azeez berkata kuota jemaah haji dari Malaysia kini dikurangkan kepada 25,000 berbanding 28,000 sebelum ini.

Pengurangan kuota jemaah haji itu berikutan arahan terbaru kerajaan Arab Saudi berikutan kerja pembesaran Masjidil Haram di Makkah.

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