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Kesavan Tak Keluar Parti, Kekal Adun KEADILAN

Posted: 04 Feb 2014 01:07 AM PST

KEADILAN telah menerima berita yang kononnya YB Kesavan A/L Subramaniam, ADUN Hutan Melintang, telah menghantar surat yang mengisytiharkan beliau keluar KEADILAN.

Setelah mendapat penjelasan daripada YB Kesavan, KEADILAN mengesahkan bahawa beliau tidak pernah menghantar surat tersebut dan tidak keluar parti. YB Kesavan juga dinasihatkan agar membuat laporan polis berkenaan surat palsu tersebut.
Sekian, terima kasih.

Fahmi Fadzil
Pengarah Komunikasi KEADILAN

Menghadiri Majlis Bersama Pemimpin Masyarakat Daerah Hulu Langat

Posted: 04 Feb 2014 12:22 AM PST

YB Dr Xavier Jayakumar hadir memberi sokongan dan kata-kata semangat pada Majlis Bersama Pemimpin Masyarakat Daerah Hulu Langat Bersama Dato' Seri Anwar Ibrahim, Tan Sri Khalid Ibrahim dan YB Azmin Ali di Taman Mesra Kajang pada 2 Februari 2014 bersempena persiapan PRK N25 DUN Kajang.

Menghadiri Sambutan Ponggal di Kajang

Posted: 03 Feb 2014 11:45 PM PST

Pada 1 Februari 2014 yang lepas, YB Dr Xavier Jayakumar telah menghadiri sambutan Ponggal di Kajang.

Program dianjurkan oleh West Country FC, Persatuan Pembangunan Masyarakat India Kajang. Turut hadir adalah YB Azmin Ali dan YB Amirudin Shari.

Berikut adalah gambar pada majlis sambutan tersebut:

Even Anwar Was Not Aware of Kajang Move

Posted: 03 Feb 2014 11:15 PM PST

PETALING JAYA: PKR's move to Kajang was so hush hush that even Anwar Ibrahim was not aware of the plans till the very last minute, so claims Rafizi Ramli.

The PKR strategy director Rafizi says that Anwar only spoke to former Kajang assemblyman Lee Chin Cheh an hour before he resigned.

"Lee stepped  down from his post on Saturday  (Jan 25) and Anwar only knew the plan for him to contest the seat on Monday (Jan 27)," Rafizi said to reporters at a press conference at PKR headquarters.

Rafizi says the move was masterminded by him and five other PKR leaders. He refused to say who the five are.

Rafizi said that Anwar is needed by Pakatan Rakyat (PR) in Selangor to thwart Umno's plans to unsettle the PKR-led government in the state by playing on racial and religions issues.

"The idea of Anwar coming to Selangor has been there all along. Things escalated in the last few months, the public may not feel it, but we don't under estimate how quickly the race, religions issues can escalate. All it take is just one flash point.

"Umno has done it in 1977 in Kelantan and its not even a race issue, when a few differences arose in the state government, Umno used Emergency Ordinance (EO) to suspend the state government," he said.

Rafizi said that they are preparing for the worst case scenario that Umno will use the racial and religions tension in Selangor to their advantage and step in using the EO again.

"That is why we feel that the problem in Selangor is not an administrative problem, it's about a political and that is why we need to counter it politically.

"I had been saying this all along and Khalid Ibrahim also admitted that sometimes political problems needs to be addressed by a  political maestro and we feel the best person is Anwar," he said.

Rafizi also said that the Kajang move not only will push Umno back to the drawing board, but also help cool down the racial and religious tension in the state.

"Umno has their plans, if they continue to hold demonstrations (on religions issues), it will confirm what we are saying that they are playing the racial and religious card.

"Another factor is Noh Omar the Selangor Umno liasion chief. Sparring with menteri besar Khalid Ibrahim is one thing but taking on Anwar is a differentissue.

When it comes to political issues and decisions Anwar is quicker is to react as he has been in the political scene longer than Khalid.

The Kajang state seat fell vacant following the resignation of incumbent assemblymen Lee of PKR on Jan 27 and the Election Commission has announced that it would meet on Feb 5 to discuss the by-election nomination and polling dates.

The state seat comprises 38,965 registered voters. At the last general election in May, 2013, the seat saw a voter turnout of 87.9% with 541 spoilt votes. It has 48% Malay voters, Chinese 41%, Indian 10% and others 1%.

In the 2013 general election PKR's Lee garnered 19,571 votes followed by Lee Ban Seng (Barisan Nasional-MCA) with 12,747 votes and Mohamad Ismail (Berjasa) 1,014 votes. The three independent candidates who contested the seat are Mohd Iwan Jefrey Abdul Majib (249 votes), Ong Yan Foo (85 votes) and Mohd Khalid Kassim (83 votes).

Lee won the seat with a comfortable 6, 824 vote majority.

Source: FreeMalaysiaToday

PKR Wants Anti-graft Body to be Given Prosecution Power

Posted: 03 Feb 2014 11:00 PM PST

PKR today weighed in on the dispute between the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) and the Attorney General's Chambers over the latter's decision to delay charging two former officers of a former minister.

The party's strategic director Rafizi Ramli said this clearly showed why it was important for MACC to be given the power to prosecute, to fight graft effectively.

Rafiz said it was pointless for the MACC to only have investigation powers when the decision to charge a suspect was left in the hands of the attorney general.

"The MACC may have a water-tight case but is frustrated when the discretion to prosecute is in the hands of the AG who is also the public prosecutor," he said at a news conference at the party headquarters today.

He said this in response to the MACC advisory panel, which expressed concern over speculation in the media regarding two former officers of a former minister who were not charged last week, despite an announcement earlier that the two will be charged with misappropriation of funds.

MACC consultation and corruption prevention advisory panel chairman Datuk Johan Jaaffar had said that it was concerned with this development as it could lead to public speculation or perception of outside interference.

In a statement to Bernama, the panel strongly felt that in the interest of transparency, the Attorney General's Chambers owed the public an explanation on why the two former officers were not charged.

Rafizi said Attorney General Tan Sri Abdul Gani Patail must come clean and give his approval that the suspects be charged without any delay.

"All eyes will be on Gani as the case has generated so much publicity and interest."

Rafizi, who is also Pandan MP, however, said the Federal Constitution needed to be amended to give MACC prosecutorial power as such authority currently rest only on the AG.

"I share the frustration of the MACC for I believe they have a good case to secure a conviction. That is why they made an announcement that two suspects will be charged but nothing happened after that."

He said the charges should be framed to allow the prosecution to reveal all evidence and for the accused to have their day in court.

Rafizi said the entire episode now gave the impression that the AG practised selective prosecution.

The Malaysian Insider reported yesterday of speculation of political intervention or selective prosecution over the delay in charging a former Umno political secretary arrested last Monday for misappropriating RM1.1 million from three foundations.

Quoting sources, The Malaysian Insider reported that the former political aide and a director of one of the foundations were linked to investigations that money for the poor had been diverted for political purposes.

In response to the article, the 11-member MACC panel further issued a statement strongly opposing any interference, political or otherwise, to MACC's efforts to fight corruption as this could erode public confidence in the commission or the AG's Chambers, as well as Putrajaya.

The MACC, in its statement last week,  had said the ex-political secretary with a datukship, and a director of one of the foundations headed by the Datuk, would be charged with criminal breach of trust involving more the RM1.1 million and another charge of alleged cheating involving RM1 million. They were to have been charged at the Kuala Lumpur's Sessions Court.

The duo were arrested by MACC and were released on RM50,000 bail each.

The three foundations which the duo was said to have cheated, were set up between the 1980s and 2011, but were not registered as welfare organisations or societies.

Instead, they were operating as companies with limited liability. MACC said both men held the positions of directors and members of the board and the funds were withdrawn from the accounts.

Source: TheMalaysianInsider

Lawatan Rumah Ke Rumah di Teluk Menegun dan Taman Maznah

Posted: 01 Feb 2014 03:00 AM PST

DUN Seri Andalas, 1 Februari 2014 - YB Dr Xavier  membuat lawatan dari rumah ke rumah di kawasan Teluk Menegun dan Taman Maznah.

Hadir bersama adalah Encik Nallasamy, Encik Manivanan dan Encik Kannan, sukarelawan yang bertanggungjawab untuk 16 buah rumah dikawasan tersebut.

Menyampaikan Bantuan Kepada Orang Ramai di Pejabat

Posted: 30 Jan 2014 01:00 AM PST

YB Dr Xavier Jayakumar pada pagi 30 Januari 2014 (Khamis) di Pejabat Khidmat ADUN Seri Andalas menyampaikan bantuan kepada seorang pelajar, Arvind yang akan melanjutkan pelajaran, menyampaikan 8 bantuan MUES dan 50 baucar RM100 Tahun Baru Cina.

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