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[WARKAH] Kepada Rakan-Rakan Permatang Pauh….

Posted: 28 Apr 2015 04:51 AM PDT

Assalamualaikumwarahmatullahiwabarakatuh,

Kepada rakan-rakan Permatang Pauh,
– dengan iringan doa agar usaha kita bersama diberkati Allah SWT.

Saya amat hargai dukungan dan doa selama ini. Insya Allah saya akan terus bersabar dan perkuat tekad berjuang.

Negara kini bergelut dengan pelbagai tindakan kezaliman dan mendera rakyat dengan beban cukai termasuk GST.

Sekali lagi saya mohon sokongan saudara-saudara meminta Dr Wan Azizah Ismail mewakili KeADILan dan Pakatan Rakyat untuk meneruskan perjuangan menegakkan keadilan dan membela nasib rakyat.

ANWAR IBRAHIM
27 April 2015
Mahkamah Syariah, Kuala Lumpur

 

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#KitaLawan tembus Permatang Pauh, Temerloh Sabtu ini (25 April)

Posted: 28 Apr 2015 12:13 AM PDT

Keadilan Daily

Anak muda #KitaLawan akan meneruskan jelajah ke Pahang dan Pulau Pinang pada Sabtu ini 25 April 2015 bagi membangkitkan semangat rakyat di kawasan utara dan pantai timur tanahair untuk melawan pelaksanaan GST dan seterusnya untuk turun beramai-ramai ke Kuala Lumpur pada Himpunan 1 Mei 2015.

Himpunan #KitaLawanGST versi Pahang

Selepas kejayaan Himpunan #KitaLawanGST di Johor Bahru pada 11 April 2015, Himpunan #KitaLawan di Pahang akan memberi tekanan dan peringatan secara langsung kepada Najib Razak bahawa kesabaran anak muda ada batasnya. Anak muda tidak gentar untuk berhadapan dengan beliau dan beraksi di negeri kelahiran beliau bagi menghentikan kerosakan dan kehilangan harta negara.

Ketika kewangan negara dalam keadaan tenat, dasar-dasar yang menindas dan menzalimi rakyat yang diperkenalkan oleh pentadbiran Najib Razak seperti pelaksanaan GST adalah amat menjengkelkan sedangkan beliau dan kroni terus hidup bermewahan.

Anak muda menyeru khususnya rakyat Pahang dan pantai timur yang ditekan dan diperdayakan oleh kepimpinan Najib Razak untuk bersama-sama menyuarakan kemarahan mereka pada Himpunan #KitaLawanGST #UndurNajib versi Pahang di hadapan Pasarayaku, Temerloh pada 25 April 2015.

Kayuh bantah #KitaLawan versi Pulau Pinang

Manakala anak muda #KitaLawan di Pulau Pinang akan meneruskan aksi Kayuh Bantah #KitaLawanGST #BebasAnwar pada Sabtu ini dengan mengelilingi Parlimen Permatang Pauh. Kami mengajak semua untuk bersama-sama kayuh atau bermotosikal sebagai tanda bantahan terbuka terhadap pelaksanaan GST.

Aktiviti berbasikal ini akan bermula dari Jalan Sama Gagah, DUN Permatang Pasir pada jam 4.00 petang dan seterusnya akan melewati DUN Seberang Jaya dan DUN Penanti bagi perjalanan sejauh kira-kira 20 kilometer.

Aksi kayuhan anak muda ini juga akan memperingatkan rakyat Permatang Pauh bahawa selepas 17 tahun sejak tercetusnya kebangkitan Reformasi, mereka kini sekali lagi dihukum kerana memilih jalan untuk menentang kerakusan UMNO.

Rakyat Permatang Pauh menjadi harapan rakyat Malaysia bagi mengangkat suara rakyat dan anak muda bersedia untuk bersama-sama dengan mereka bagi meneruskan perjuangan melawan penindasan dan kezaliman pemerintah terhadap rakyat Malaysia.

Lagi ditekan, lagi #KitaLawan!!

#1Mei1Juta #KitaLawanGST

Sekretariat Kita Lawan

Bekas banduan kongsi pengalaman sedih Anwar di penjara

Posted: 28 Apr 2015 12:12 AM PDT

Keadilan Daily

Di sebalik tirai besi, tiada siapa menyangka, kehadiran Ketua Umum KEADILAN, Saudara Anwar Ibrahim membuka lembaran baharu kepada penghuni-penghuni Penjara Sungai Buloh.

Sulaiman Ajik, 49 yang baru dibebaskan selepas dipenjara enam bulan hadir ke pejabat Suara Keadilan berkongsi cerita dan pengalamannya bersama Anwar.

"Kali pertama melihat Anwar di dalam sel waktu itu, saya cukup sayu dan sedih. Tidak dapat digambarkan bila seorang pemimpin seperti beliau meringkuk di penjara dalam keadaan sedemikian rupa.

"Tapi beliau tidak mudah patah semangat. Dalam penjara pun, beliau selalu beri kata-kata semangat pada semua banduan-banduan lain," kata Sulaiman menceritakan detik-detik awal ketika melihat sosok tubuh pemimpin berjiwa besar di hadapannya waktu itu.

Sulaiman berkata, masa Anwar banyak dihabiskan dengan mentelaah buku agama dan membaca Al Quran. Malah Anwar juga mengimamkan lebih 300 jemaah banduan dan petugas-petugas penjara serta menyampaikan tazkirah seusai solat.

"Beliau langsung tidak menyentuh isu politik, semua pengisian adalah berbentuk nasihat dan bagaimana mahu menjadi manusia yang baik dan berguna kepada manusia.

"Tetapi yang menariknya apabila Anwar memberi tazkirah, para banduan seolah-olah terpaku dan sentiasa ternanti-nanti pada esoknya apa yang ingin Anwar sampaikan," katanya yang tidak ralat gambarnya disiarkan Suara Keadilan.

Sulaiman dipenjarakan atas dakwaan memiliki barang curi selepas mendakwa dirinya diperdaya untuk membeli sebuah laptop daripada seorang pelajar.

Menceritakan pengalamannya lebih lanjut, Sulaiman berkata keadaan sel penjara sangat menyeksakan bagi individu seusia Anwar.Apatah lagi, bekas Ahli Parlimen Permatang Pauh itu turut menderita sakit belakang.

Mungkin selepas mendapat bantahan peguam, katanya, Anwar diberikan sebuah meja sebagai alas tempat tidur.

"Tetapi yang sedihnya hanya tilam nipis sebagai pengalas perbaringan. Untuk bantal pula atas inisiatif banduan-banduan yang lain yang mengumpulkan lipatan kain dan dimasukkan ke dalam sarung sebagai bantal untuk Anwar tidur," ceritanya sayu.

Dalam wawancara bersama Suara Keadilan, Sulaiman turut menceritakan kegemaran Anwar menyanyikan lagu Azizah dan berpuisi ketika berada dalam sel penjara. Malah beliau sempat mencatatkan puisi yang dibacakan Anwar.

Temubual penuh bersama Sulaiman boleh didapati menerusi keluaran terbaru akhbar Suara Keadilan yang kini berada di pasaran mulai hari ini.

BN’s Permatang Pauh cyber campaign draws flak from social media users

Posted: 27 Apr 2015 11:20 PM PDT

TMI

A sponsored Facebook post criticising Penang Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng and urging Malaysians to vote for Barisan Nasional (BN) in the Permatang Pauh by-election has apparently backfired, as social media users left comments mocking the ruling coalition’s own policies.

The page Pilihanraya Kecil Parlimen Permatang Pauh P44 (Permatang Pauh By-Election) posted an image of Lim with the words: “This is the example of a successful leader”.

Underneath his picture, it wrote, “Bed tax beginning to be enforced, water tariffs hiked three times, assessment tax raised, government-owned land almost half sold, affordable homes just rhetoric, market rent raised 100%, construction of luxury homes prioritised, massage parlours increased, flood problems unresolved”.

“Congratulations to the people of Penang. Enough… it’s our turn! #BN4 #PRKPermatangPauh,” the page administrators wrote in the post.But many Facebook users were quick to point out in the comments section that some of the claims were misleading, and that the issues were no different from those faced by states led by BN.

Sofian Hakem wrote, “I am not a supporter of political parties.. I am not trying to suck up.. I stay in Penang..my area used to be flooded badly, if it rained heavily for an hour, there were bound to be floods, but now there are no more floods.

“The mosque now has air-conditioning, the place where I run my business has been upgraded but the rental remains the same at RM7.50 a month.”

Dunia Orina commented that prices of houses and assessment taxes were rising in all states, regardless of the party that governed it, and urged the administrators to “check their facts before coming out with foolish statements”.

“Ouhhh, Malacca has no massage parlours? Johor has no massage parlours? Tax isn’t rising in Johor and Malacca?” wrote Khairil Rijal Khizhir.

Mohd Iskandar said, “the water tariff in Johor is the highest in Malaysia, doesn’t the admin know this? Don’t think that by staying in a BN state, Malays will have it easy. What happened to BN’s promises during the election?”

Other users said BN’s own sins, such as the 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB) scandal and the goods and services tax (GST) dwarfed any of the Penang government’s mistakes.

Remy Alamshah even blamed the rising taxes in Penang on the federal government’s enforcement of the GST.

Proton Putra Putri said none of the problems listed in the post were equal to that of 1MDB and its vanished money.

“So we should support BN now? No need. We’ll be worse off and get even more problems,” wrote Putra Razif Thessoullok.

Wan Paan wrote sarcastically, “I agree with admin..only BN can alleviate the people’s burden.. Do you want to know, admin? Now all the goods are cheaper.. before, top-up cost RM10, now it’s RM10.60..isn’t it getting cheaper?

“That’s why my friends love BN more and more. Only BN can alleviate our burden. Long live BN!!!!”

Mohd Yusoff Ariff, Seri Nurhayati Nordin, Iqmal Boy Zainal mocked the administrators for ignoring the failings of BN-led states, while Md Shari sung Penang’s praises.

Md Shari said a friend of his who worked as an Imam at a mosque in Penang for nine years was happy there.

“He said the entire time he has lived in Penang, there was no oppression of the Malays, in fact if the azan’s speakers sounded bad, they would provide funds to repair it so the azan sounded nice,” wrote Md Shari.

“In fact the state government increased the allocation for the surau and mosque where he worked each year. The mosque even has air-conditioning… do not defame others, the consequences are terrible in this world and the hereafter.”

Pakatan Rakyat is defending the Permatang Pauh parliamentary seat with PKR candidate Datuk Seri Dr Wan Azizah Wan Ismail.

She held the seat three times after winning it in the 1999 by-election and 2004 and 2008 general elections before her husband, Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim, returned to politics.

She is up against Barisan Nasional newcomer Suhaimi Sabudin, 43, a construction company managing director from Guar Perahu, Permatang Pauh.

The Permatang Pauh parliamentary constituency has 71,513 voters, of whom 70% are Malays with the rest made up of Chinese (20%), Indians (6%) and others (4%).

There are three state seats in Permatang Pauh. PKR holds Penanti and Seberang Jaya while PAS holds Permatang Pasir.

In the 2013 polls, Anwar retained the seat with 37,090 or 58.56% of the total 63,332 votes cast, with an 11,721 majority.

Barisan Nasional's Dr Mazlan Ismail garnered 25,369 or 40.06% of the total votes while independent candidate Dr Abdullah only received 201 votes (0.32%) and lost his deposit.

PKR criticises EC for citing law wrongly, says Anwar can vote

Posted: 27 Apr 2015 10:51 PM PDT

TMI

Election Commission (EC) is wrong in saying that Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim as a prisoner has no right to vote as the Federal Constitution only disqualifies an inmate from voting if he was already in prison at the time he applied to be a voter, says PKR.

The party’s political bureau member, N. Surendran, in a statement today said: "Article 119(3)(a) of the Federal Constitution disqualifies a person serving a prison sentence from voting only if he was already imprisoned at the time he applies for registration as a voter."

He added that the position taken by EC chairman Tan Sri Abdul Aziz Mohd Yusof in the opposition leader's case was wrong and breached the Federal Constitution.

Pakatan Rakyat on Sunday proposed that Anwar be allowed to cast his ballot in the Permatang Pauh by-election this May 7, and said the Home Ministry had even proposed plans since 2013 to allow convicts to exercise their right to vote in elections.Aziz subsequently told The Malaysian Insider that Anwar was not eligible to vote based on Article 119(3)(a) which states that “a person is disqualified for being a elector in any election to the House of Representatives or the Legislative Assembly if on the qualifying date he is detained as a person of unsound mind or is serving a sentence of imprisonment".

But, Surendran today said “the qualifying date” was explained in another provision, Article 119(4)(b), as being the date on which a person applies for registration as an elector in a constituency.

He added that the EC must make the necessary arrangements to enable Anwar to exercise his right, as he was registered as a voter in Permatang Pauh long before he was imprisoned.

“Failure to do so will be in breach of the EC’s statutory duties and a serious infringement of Anwar’s civil and constitutional rights.”

PKR vice-president Nurul Izzah Anwar yesterday said the EC’s decision not to let Anwar vote in the Permatang Pauh by-election showed it was biased.

“It is unfortunate that EC is unprofessional, not only does it reject a good suggestion but it justifies the EC in acting in the interest of Umno-BN,” she said in a WhatsApp message to The Malaysian Insider.

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