Saturday, 30 July 2011

Rosmah: I don't look like a liar, do I?

陈华贵:接手党务 年轻党员能胜任

北砂新闻


(本报美里29日讯)人联党中央组织秘书拿督斯里陈华贵并不担心,因美里没有联邦部长或党中央主席非来自美里,美里人联党务会陷入低潮。

他说,该党在416州选面对空前惨败后,在任领袖们退位并由年轻一代的党员接替,已是不可避免的趋势。

当记者询及人联党在位领袖退位后,党内是否会出现真空状态时,陈华贵强调,该党有许多高素质的年轻党员追随领袖服务多年。
这些年轻党员绝对有能力接下重任,继续带领人联党前进。

“我党美里区有许多跟随我们服务的年轻党员,他们绝对有能力带领党迈向未来。”
不影响党务运作

“新旧交替期间难免会需要过渡期,但这不会影响党务运作。”

此外,拿督斯里陈华贵坦言,他不会在即将到来的党选中寻求更上一层楼,角逐更高职位。

他说,组织秘书肩负极大的任务,特别是在党面对冲击的时候,更应该强化组织,培训高素质党员,带领党突围而出。

“我们可以看到,许多党员在416州选中并没有把票投给人联党候选人,这相信就是导致人联候选人败选的主要因素。我们必须深入了解并解决这个问题。”

“我已经服务太久了,是时候让新人接手,我不会角逐更高职位!”

50 members from PBB jump ship to join PPP

50 unhappy PBB members set to join PPP

Posted on July 30, 2011, Saturday

KUCHING: About 50 members of Parti Pesaka Bumiputera Bersatu (PBB) Batu Kawa branch are to jump ship to join the People’s Progressive Party.

According to a source, who is among those who have decided to join PPP, many of the party members are disillusioned with the party branch leaders.

“The leaders do not seem to know their limit for politicking … almost every issue is being politicised by
them which is not good for the party,” said the source.

The source added he and few PBB members would seek a meeting with the PPP state chairman John Lau to discuss their intention of joining the party.

“If PPP wants us to resign from PBB first before joining them, we are willing to do so,” said the source.

BN told to be more aggressive in facing opposition

Posted on July 30, 2011, Saturday

KUALA TERENGGANU: The Barisan Nasional (BN) can no longer be defensive when facing Opposition parties which were more aggresive when displaying its deeds to the public.

MCA president Datuk Seri Dr Chua Soi Lek said the opposition liked to use Penang and Selangor as examples of their success, especially concerning welfare but forgot that the performances of Kelantan and Kedah were unsatisfactory.

He said Penang Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng was proud of the allocation of RM100 a year for senior citizens when the federal government set aside RM300 a month to the poor to the tune of RM440 million a year.

He said, since taking over the administration of
Penang and Selangor, the opposition had not implemented low-cost housing projects to help the poor in the states.

“In terms of promotion, they are indeed competent, but in terms of working, they have a lot to improve upon,” he told reporters after opening the Terengganu MCA Youth/Wanita Convention 2011 here yesterday.

In this context, Dr Chua said MCA leaders must explain to the grassroots what the BN government did, and not just something which was carried out only during an election, in the interest the people.

He said the party was ready to face the 13th General Election and had mobilised its machinery nationwide.

“We are confident of the Chinese support for MCA but this differs in certain areas where the voters also evaluate the candidates, and not just the party,” he said. — Bernama

Tuesday, 26 July 2011

Dato' Sri Peter Chin Fah Kui : Retired


Chin to step down as SUPP organising secretary

Posted on July 26, 2011, Tuesday

KUCHING: Datuk Seri Peter Chin Fah Kui confirmed yesterday that he would relinquish his post as organising secretary of SUPP during the party’s triennial delegates’ conference end of this year.

“I will not hold on to that post. However, I will continue at branch level,” said the SUPP Bekenu branch chairman.

On whether he would seek re-election in the 13th general election, the Miri MP said he had yet to make up his mind.

He was, however, quick to point out that there would be no shortage of capable successors should he decide to call it a day after the current term.

“I have not really given it a thought. When the right time comes, I will make a call. But following the recent spate of speculations on elections, I may announce some news soon. To be honest, many people have been working closely with me and if I do retire soon, a lot of young people can take over from me anytime. There isn’t any problem,” he told reporters after attending a function here yesterday.

Chin who is Minister of Energy, Green Technology and Water has been Miri MP since 1990. His comrade, SUPP vice-president and five-time Stampin MP Datuk Yong Khoon Seng announced his decision not to seek re-election in the 13th general election some time last year. He presently holds the post of Deputy Minister of Works.

SUPP has five MPs. The others are Datuk Richard Riot Jaem (Serian), Ding Kuong Hiing (Sarikei) and Datuk Tiong Thai King (Lanang).

Sunday, 24 July 2011

陈康南:摆脱财团资助 人联冀设投资基金

北砂新闻

人联党中央领袖在交流会上交头接耳。

(本报美里24日讯)人联党必须在经济方面自力更生,希望可在今年内设立党投资基金,达致经济独立,并摆脱以往由一、两个财团资助党的开支经费。

砂人联党中央主席丹斯里拿督巴丁宜丹斯里陈康南,今日在美里卑骚支部党所举行党中央领导与北区13支部代表交流会后,接受媒体访问时如此表示。
透明化管理财务

他说,他们(人联党)会尽快,最好能在今年尾拟定投资基金,以更专业化和更规范管理党内的经济来源,以及所有开支,一切以透明化运作。

“但是,这必须交由金融领域的专家会拟定有关投资基金的管理细节。”

他强调,通过这种公开式的财务管理机制,党员可以清楚查询和了解党内一分一毫的收入来源和开支。透明化管理党的财务,也让党员能明白,党财务不能任意动用。

较早时,陈康南在交流会上致词时指出,他认同拿督斯里黄顺舸所言。他说,砂人联党在过去二、三十年确实获得一、两个财团无条件在经济上资助人联党。
停止资助经济死亡

他重申,这些财团都是爱党和认同人联党服务人群的理念。因此,在他们的资助下,州内的人联党党所建筑物在州内各个地区纷纷兴建起来。但是他们没有干预人联党的决策和制定的政策。

他称,如果单靠一两个财团维持人联党的开支和费用,这不是长远之计。虽然他们不干涉政党运作,但是亦非良策。

他说,因为政党不能只靠一、两个经济来源。一旦他们停止资助,这将令党面对“经济死亡”。如果是他们干预党内操作,这也会引致人民的诟病。

有鉴于此,他认为,人联党当务之急是必须走出依赖财团资助,在经济上自供自足。

SUPP needs a face-lift, fast

by Raymond Tan. Posted on July 24, 2011, Sunday

Party must move out to create an impact by working with the people and helping them resolve problems


GATHERING STRENGTH: Dr Chan (centre) leading party leaders in a symbolic summons of unity with the shouts of Sa’ati at Sibu SUPP Branch yesterday. From left are Chin, Wong, and Law.

SIBU: SUPP deputy secretary Dato Sri Wong Soon Koh has called on the party to undertake “thorough restructuring” in order to regain its political might.

Speaking at the statewide tour of the Central Working Committee (CWC) here yesterday, Wong, who is also the party’s Sibu Branch head, said this was necessary to rejuvenate the party to win back the support of the people.

He said the party must move out to create an impact by working with the people and helping them resolve problems.

“We must view this urgently. We must create a new image based on the aspirations and needs of the people. We must rise again.”

The CWC visit to Sibu was the first stop among the major branches in the state after the party suffered heavy losses in the April 16 polls.

It contested in 19 constituencies but lost 13 of them. Out of the six it managed to retain, only two were predominantly Chinese seats and the rest Bumiputera areas.

Meeting the CWC leaders, led by party president Datuk Patinggi Tan Sri Dr George Chan, were representatives from the 16 units of Sibu branch and leaders from Mukah, Kanowit, Bintangor, Dalat and Kapit. Absent were representatives from Song, Julau and Sarikei branches.

Wong, who is also Second Finance Minister and Minister of Environment and Public Health, said what he was suggesting was just preliminary, and the party must study it to introduce the measures.

He, however, stressed that it must be done fast.

The restructuring must involve significant improvement in administration, including a complete system that could shape the party’s organisation.

“We must promptly pump in new blood to give the party a young look.”

He also suggested that issues involving transparency, professionalism and democracy must be looked at.

“There must be a way for better communication between the members and the leaders.

There must also be a better and closer relationship among branch leaders and with party members.” Wong also called for the setting up of a SUPP Foundation, but he did not elaborate on this.

He merely said there must be an efficient management of finance for the party.

He also touched on the need to be a people-first party and resolve land lease-related issues.

“Land matter is important because it concerns the livelihood of every citizen. We must work with the people and give the matter priority attention.”

He said education was another area where the people needed help, like in matters pertaining to Chinese education, the setting up of a foundation to help poor students and matters related to entries into universities.

“There is also a need to help Chinese youths to get into the civil service and get loans for them from the federal government to help set up small and medium scale industries, etc.”

Other problems that Wong listed out were those related to security, welfare for the aged and juvenile delinquency.

Tuesday, 19 July 2011

‘Rally: Universities to decide fate of students’

Posted on July 20, 2011, Wednesday


CARTOONIST ART WORK: Rais receives a souvenir from Sohaimi (left) during a luncheon with cartoon industry players at Bangunan Sultan Abdul Samad. — Bernama photo

KULIM: The Higher Education Ministry has decided not to interfere and let university administrations decide what action to take on students who were involved in the Bersih rally in Kuala Lumpur on July 9.

Its minister, Datuk Seri Mohamed Khaled Nordin said any action to be taken on the students needed to follow the laws and regulations of their respective universities.

“The ministry will leave it to the universities to determine the appropriate punishment and I will wait for their reports,” he told reporters after a certificate and diploma presentation ceremony at the Tuanku Sultanah Bahiyah Kulim Polytechnic’s (PTSB) 6th convocation, here yesterday.

Mohamed Khaled was asked to comment on reports that 21 students from several institutions of higher learning were arrested by police during the illegal rally.

Of the number, 14 were students from public institutions of higher learning including two from polytechnics and one from the International Islamic University, Malaysia (IIUM).

Seven others were from private universities, including a student from Kolej Universiti Islam Selangor (KUIS) and two students studying in Egypt. — Bernama

Sunday, 17 July 2011

“How many times has Anwar lied to us?

State leaders say the PKR de-facto leader is day dreaming, and always has been

KUCHING: PKR’s prediction that they can win at least 15 seats in Sarawak in the 13th general election has been described as nothing more than a ‘day dream’.

Chief Political Secretary to the Chief Minister, Abdul Karim Rahman Hamzah, said he was not surprised by PKR de-facto leader Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim’s grandiose boast because it is his (Anwar) worthless signature tune.

“How many times has Anwar lied to us? He is a day dreamer. After the
12th general election in 2008, Anwar mentioned that Pakatan Rakyat (PR) would form the government by Sept 16, 2008 as BN MPs would be joining them. In the end, nothing materialised.

“Before the recent state election, Anwar also claimed that PR would win and even endorsed Baru Bian (state PKR chairman) as the next Chief Minister. In the end, nothing materialised.

“This prediction that they would win 15 parliament seats is nothing new. It’s Anwar and his dreams again,” he said when contacted yesterday.

Abdul Karim, who is also Barisan Nasional Backbenchers Club (BNBBC) chairman, Asajaya assemblyman and PBB Supreme Council member, was asked to comment on Anwar’s latest remarks when he came here last weekend.

During a gathering with PKR members and supporters from the Bidayuh community at a restaurant in Siburan last Saturday, Anwar said PKR would be committed towards winning at least 15 seats in Sarawak in its quest to enable PR to form the next government.

Anwar said the figure included the predominantly-Bidayuh constituency of Mambong.

“If we can win 15 seats in Sarawak, it will be a ‘home run’ for us (to win the election). That is why we must win in Mambong and in the other urban and rural areas.”

The gathering took place for about two hours, before Anwar left for two more functions in Kuching. Also present were PKR national vice president Datuk John Tenewi Nuek, Baru and state PKR information chief See Chee How.

Presently, PKR does not have any parliamentary seat in Sarawak. In the 10th state election, they contested in 49 seats and won three.

Meanwhile, PBB vice president Datuk Daud Abdul Rahman, who echoed Abdul Karim’s sentiments, said Anwar was “still in dreamland”.

He pointed out that PKR also spoke with a similar air of arrogance before the April 16 state polls when it predicted that it could romp home with 40 seats.

“In the last state election he (Anwar) said PKR could win 40 seats but you see what had happened,” said the Assistant Minister in the Chief Minister’s Department (Islamic Affairs) and Tupong assemblyman.

Yellow attire okay but no Bersih logo, says deputy IGP

Posted on July 18, 2011, Monday


Datuk Seri Khalid Abu Bakar

NILAI: There is no harm in wearing yellow attire but it should not have the logo of the Coalition for Clean and Fair Elections (Bersih) printed on it, Deputy Inspector-General of Police Datuk Seri Khalid Abu Bakar said.

He said the Home Ministry had declared Bersih an illegal organisation and that police were obliged to carry out their responsibility in enforcing the law.

“In fact you can wear anything yellow, even yellow socks or hat, but without the logo in support of an illegal organisation,” he told a media conference after launching the Community Policing Scheme and Crime Awareness Team (CAT) at Nilai Square here Saturday night.

Also present were Negeri Sembilan police chief Datuk Osman Salleh and his deputy Datuk Abd Manan Mohd Hassan.

Khalid said if any party was not happy with the restriction they could bring up the matter to the court.

“Whatever the court decides the police will abide,” he said.

On the establishment of CAT, he said, it was a programme to enlist the help of young people in the police’s crime prevention agenda and to enhance the people’s confidence about their safety.

The cooperation and involvement of the young people in CAT, which is under the Youth and Sports Department’s Rakan Muda programme, would enable various crime prevention activities to be organised from time to time, he added. – Bernama

Thursday, 14 July 2011

813: A Walk for democracy and reforms

Movement plans ‘red-shirt’ rally Aug 13

Posted on July 14, 2011, Thursday

KUCHING: Movement for Change Sarawak (MoCS) plans to hold a rally ‘A walk for democracy and reforms’, here on Aug 13 from 2pm to 5pm here and participants are encouraged to wear red T-shirts.

MoCS leader Francis Siah said the movement’s leaders had decided to tone down the event — originally planned as a protest against Chief Minister Pehin Sri Abdul Taib Taib to walk for democracy and reforms after a meeting in Kuala Lumpur recently.

He said MoCS would apply for a police permit for the event and assured the police that the rally would be peaceful.

Siah added the organisers would heed any reasonable advice and conditions from the police and extend its fullest cooperation to all law enforcement agencies.

“We hope to gather either at Padang Merdeka or Kuching Waterfront and then walk to either Reservoir Park or Museum Grounds where we will hold the rally.

“By 5pm, everyone should disperse. This is our commitment to the police,” he said.

The movement will issue a 10-point declaration at the rally.

MoCS stressed that the rally was solely a citizen’s initiative with no political affiliation or involvement.

Siah stressed that MoCS would not campaign for support from any established groups for the rally as they preferred spontaneous and voluntary support from those who earnestly wanted to help bring about genuine reforms.

MoCS also encouraged those who would not be able to come here and those living in other parts of the state to organise similar walks in solidarity with the movement.

2战将州选失利大冲击 人联支部员工或失业

北砂新闻


(本报美里13日讯)人联党战将在州选失利,支部党所员工将失业。

美里2名人联党战将在416州选举失利,首当其冲的便是在该两个支部工作,总计10多名受薪员工。他们是否会获得人联党续聘,和如何善后,迄今仍是未知数。

一般相信,他们极有可能工作至今年过后,将会失业。事实上,多名资深员工在州选过后已经表态,将在今年过后选择退休。

据了解,目前除了史纳汀支部工作的员工不受影响外,美里(卑尔骚)支部党主席拿督巴丁宜丹斯里陈康南在州选失利后,该支部拥有约10名员工将失业。

根据党内人士透露,目前美里支部向来被视作美里人联党党所的资产,目前只有底楼和二楼一单位出租给银行。不过,租金仍无法支付支部党所和二楼单位充作珠巴分部服务所的水、电、杂费及员工薪金。

美里人联党在2008年各自成立了5个支部和4个分部服务所。这些支部和分部服务所最终是否会缩小,节省庞大开支抑或索性关闭一些分部服务所,只能等到各支部的新届执委作出决定。

副市长:市局仅发执照 无权取缔黄色架步

北砂新闻


(本报美里13日讯)美里副市长莫哈末齐表示,娼妓当街猖狂拉客,引起本地一群关心社会问题的妇女发出强烈不满,他能理解她们的感受。

他坦言,当他在市区走动时,亦曾多次目睹娼妓当街拉客,所以,他亦非常赞成有关当局严厉检举这些不道德活动,免得令美里旅游城蒙上污名。

但是,他也希望公众明白,取缔娼妓或制止外国女郎,持着旅游证件入境,却在脚底按摩院或在酒廊非法工作,甚至进行不道德行为,市政局并没有权力去取缔她们。有鉴于此,他个人也赞成市长赖耀松之前发出的谈话,即当局解冻脚底按摩院,并非是纵容外国女子在按摩院工作,或是默许娼妓问题。
违规业者吊销执照

他认为,市政局仅赋予权力发出营业执照给脚底按摩院业者,如果业者雇用非法劳工或进行不道德运作,市政局不会姑息类似情况发生,只要拿出证据,当局将撤销有关业者的营业执照。

他一再强调,美里要打造成为旅游城,并不是要以经营黄色架步事业来吸引游客的旅游城市。

他表示,要遏制美里日愈猖獗的娼妓和外国女子非法工作的社会问题,应该交由警方和移民局及劳工部的执法官员展开严厉取缔行动,重重打击黄色架步才是关键。市政局肯定会配合这项扫黄行动,撤销所有涉及不法经营的脚底按摩院的执照。

美里人联5支部改选 或有黑马跑出

(本报美里27日讯)砂人联党美里5支部将于8月21日进行执委会改选,预料美里卑尔骚支部、蓝比尔支部与巴甘奴支部执委会将出现全新的领导层。

砂人联党主席陈康南于昨晚在美里卑尔骚支部主持支部执委会议后透露,美里5个支部将统一各部的提名与改选日期。美里5个支部属下各青年团与妇女组理事会 改选将于7月30日提名,8月7日投票,而理事会则于7月13日提名,8月21日投票。

一般推测,埔奕支部与史纳汀支部的主席依然为谢超发与李景胜,该2个支部的班底不会出现大变动。至于美里卑尔骚支部、蓝比尔支部与巴甘奴支部将由新人担任主席,其中以美里卑尔骚支部的执委会改选最备受瞩目。

美里卑尔骚支部主席陈康南已经表态退位,宣称来届执委会将出现许多新面孔与非华裔党员。目前,美里卑尔骚支部执委包括副主席赖耀松与涂庆福、署理主席陈超耀、秘书许聿全、财政沈弼顺及副财政林启钦等人。在众多人当中,以赖耀松、陈超耀与许聿全出任主席的呼声较高,但难保有黑马突围而出。

在蓝比尔支部方面,随着现任主席陈超耀转移至美里卑尔骚支部出任署理主席,目前悬空的支部主席将由其他人填补。同时,巴甘奴支部主席陈华贵曾多番表态有意卸下党职,故陈华贵很有可能不再提名竞选支部主席。

人联党中央领导层的任期将于今年年底届满,该党将举行党代大会与改选活动,在党大前,各支部将率先进行支部执委会改选。

赖耀松冀党组织团队 团结合作转型

(本报美里5日讯)市长赖耀松指出,在今次的党选中,他将角逐什么职位是言之过早,不过,他希望看到的是党组织的团队能团结及合作。

他今日接受访问时指出,该党目前正向转型步伐前进,主要是让出更多的机会予妇女及青年参与及学习。他说,转型也必须从基层做起,也就是把30%的机会让予妇女组及另外的30%予青年团成员,而之前只是让团长或是在青年团里超龄的党员上位,目前这些方法必须转型。

他强调,转型的时代里,必须让领导层年轻化,把许多要职让多些年轻一代去发挥及揣摩。

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赖耀松:他希望看到的是党组织的团队能团结及合作。卑尔骚人联青力挺 陈忻:续任团长
(本报美里5日讯)砂人联党美里(卑尔骚)支部青年团力挺之下,陈忻律师表态将接下重任,续任该支部青年团长。

陈忻今日受访时指出,该支部青年团吸纳不少青年入会,因此他会继续留下,协助培训新党员的工作,让新进的青年更了解他们所扮演的角色。

同时,他也会带领青年团,积极展开教育、福利、法律、公共服务工作。

实际上,有关服务一直都在进行中,唯仍人许多人似乎没意识到,所以他们也会在这方面加强改进。

陈忻表示,该支部的青年团员都很合作,他们会共同探讨改革方案,以加强人民对人联党的信心。

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党选竞选职位

沈弼顺暂不透露


(本报美里5日讯)砂人联党卑尔骚支部财政沈弼顺表示,目前不便透露在即将来临的党选时要竞选什么职位。

他今日接受《联合日报》记者访问时,以不方便为由,拒绝再对党选时是否将竞选高职发表看法与意见。

他说,距离人联党选提名日期还有很长的时间,目前尚未对党内各职位作出思量。

另一方面,针对该党内有人提名埔奕支部主席谢超发出任来届美里市长一事时,他表示,此事交由党领导作出决定,也不适合对此发表个人看法与意见。

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林启钦:要持服务的心 党员决定职位安排


(本报美里5日讯)党选举最终的决定权在于党员,由党员选出心中最有资格任职的人去担任有关职位,如此才能更为有效地协助推动党务,为人民服务。

人联党美里卑尔骚支部副财政林启钦受访时表示,只要真心为人民服务,任何党员都有资格提名竞选任何职位。他说,选举最终还必须得到党员的支持,是否能被推选担任有关职位,党员的支持率才是最终的决定权,并非是要担任什么职位,就可以担任有关职位。

他透露,无论如何,担任党的任何职位,都一定要持着服务的心,而他迄今并没有想担任任何职位,一切由党安排,由党员决定。

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是否争取更高职位

许聿全暂不表态

(本报美里5日讯)目前担任人联党美里卑尔骚支部秘书的许聿全对于是否角逐该支部的更高职位,不做任何表态,此外,他认为,年轻党员有对媒体发言的自由,但是切记勿作人身攻击及偏激言论。

针对日前人联党卑尔骚支部执委萧廷诚公开表示争取秘书职,他“只要发言不针对个人,也不涉及攻击及偏激的语言,在民主的社会中,任何人都有自由的权利表达自己的意见”

他表示,年轻的党员勇于对媒体发表看法,是个人的自由,不过要注意不得触及人身攻击或偏激的措辞。至于自己是否将会在即将来临的支部选举中,争取更高的职位,他则表示不予对此做出任何评论。

后陈康南时代 谁掌舵人联卑尔骚支部?

(本报美里3日讯)后陈康南时代,人联党美里(卑尔骚)支部由谁掌舵?

在州选中遭受挫败后的人联党不断出现“改革“声浪,砂人联党美里卑尔骚支部(2009至2011年)执委任期也将于今年底届满,定于今年8月21日进行改选。

担任该支部主席近30载的拿督巴丁宜陈康南已表态会退位让贤,至于人联党美里卑尔骚支部在面临后陈康南时代,将由谁掌舵、带领美里人联党,也格外令人关注。

虽然,人联党此番选举势必强调新面孔,以新的概念及新作风领导该党。该出线人选,除了必须具有活力及远见外,也必须有相当手腕及能力安内攘外,带领该支部突围前进。随着执委改选倒数计时,支部主席的热门人选也陆续浮上台面,党内近期的人事调整及变动,也特别值得玩味。

身为人联党第一副主席的美里市长赖耀松,自然被视为热门人选之一。虽然,他未正式表态会否参选,却也曾向媒体表示,人联党正步入全面改革和转型的最佳时机,并提出必须增加妇女组及青年团在党内的代表性。

另外,曾被陈康南钦点为接班人的支部秘书许聿全,为资深市议员,长期担任市政局市议员及小贩组主任,在民生及公共服务方面有一定的贡献,也顺理成章地被认为是接班人选之一。

早前甫从兰比尔支部转台,加入卑尔骚支部的拿督陈超耀,受该支部党员委任为支部署理主席,该举被视为替陈超耀在来届国选铺路,让他在美里国会选区上阵出师有名。转入卑尔骚支部的陈超耀,也为卑尔骚支部改选,增添另一个未知数。

此外,随着女性在政治上的地位提升,正值新陈代谢的人联党,也不排除会有女性冒出头。另一方面,坊间盛传,一名在美里颇负盛名的商界闻人,也可能出现在竞争人选之列。

人联党美里卑尔骚支部主席大旗由谁掌,会是资深市议员、华社领袖、商界闻人、市长、女性党员,还是另有黑马人选杀出重围,不仅为这次人联党美里卑尔骚支部执委改选增加不少话题性,更成了各界关注的焦点。

Wednesday, 13 July 2011

kata pepatah pukul dibadanmu, sakit dihati ku...

BERUK DAN TUAN BERUK (RAKYAT DAN KERAJAAN)
Posted on July 14, 2011 by Tea Tarik


AL KISAH……

Beruk nie memang terkenal dengan perangai nakalnya..tak boleh duduk diam,namun Tuan nya(kerajaan) tetap sayangkannya di sebabkan nak suruh panjat pokok ambil kelapa. Bawak beruk jalan naik motor 1st class dok di raga depan. Satu hari, beruk nie memulas throttle minyak ketika motor sedang berjalan….akibatnya mereka pun accident langgar kereta. Di sebabkan itu, Tuan Beruk cedera parah dan terima beberapa jahitan manakala beruk tiada langsung kecederaan.

Beberapa hari kemudian selepas Tuannya keluar hospital, sayang punya pasai, Tuan nya masih bawak lagi beruk nie jalan-jalan, cuma this time dok di belakang la.Oleh sebab perangai semulajadi beruk nie yg nakal ,kali nie Si beruk memusing helmet dan menutup muka tuannya. Tuan Beruk tak nampak jalan dan motor hilang kawalan maka sekali lagi mereka accident dan kali ini tuannya MATI!

Semenjak daripada hari itu BERUK a.k.a RAKYAT dah di hantar ke zoo dan tak dpt lagi panjat pokok kelapa atau merempit dengan tuannya malahan di kurung dalam kandang sampai MATI. MORAL OF THE STORY- Kerajaan sayangkan rakyat walaupun beberapa kali di sabotaj semasa pilihanraya, namun masih di beri keistimewaan. Tetapi apabila tumbangnya sebuah kerajaan yang perihatin maka MERANA LAH rakyat dan ketika itu menanggis airmata darah pun tidak dapat mengembalikan Tuan(Kerajaan)yang lama.Maka hiduplah dalam jajahan wahai kawanku. Pilihlah sewajarnya semasa PRU 13 nanti. BN SEMESTINYA..

Sedegil mana beruk, tuan nya tetap menyayangi nya walaupun pada awalnya tuan beruk marah atau memukulnya kerana kedegilan beruk. Namun demikian, kata pepatah pukul dibadanmu, sakit dihati ku...

Tuesday, 12 July 2011

穿黄衣被捕 案展下月审 朱海达否认两罪状

北砂新闻

左一起砂公正党中央妇女组委员朱海达、律师林思健以及阿文瑞。

(本报美里12日讯)人民公正党砂中央妇女组委员朱海达因身穿净选盟T恤而被控,今日在过堂时,控方高级联邦律师耶谷将所有相关调查文件、相片等提交予辩方律师。另外,此案定于8月15及16日审讯。

被告朱海达否认两项罪状,分别是拥有2件黄色的“BERSIH 2.0”T恤及穿上展示BERSIH 2.0T恤,而违反了1966年社团法令。

第一项控状是指她于7月4日下午1时45分,在美里机场被警方查获拥有2件印有“BERSIH 2.0”字眼的T恤,所以被警方扣押至警局。

第二项控状指她于7月4日下午1时45分,在美里机场被警方发现她身穿及展示黄色的“BERSIH 2.0”T恤。该件黄色T恤并无获得政府批准。

上述2项控状都触犯1966年社团法令第47条文。在该项条文下,一旦罪成,可被判2年监禁,或罚款不超过5000令吉,或两者兼施。

据了解,朱海达是于7月4日下午1时45分,从古晋乘搭飞机返回美里时,因身穿黄色净选盟T恤,及拥有2件黄色净选盟T恤,当场被警方逮捕,押回警局调查。

过后在隔天早上7月5日被警方押上法庭,并援引刑事程序法典第117条文申请延扣3天获准。

卑尔骚区州议员林思健今日向记者表示,美里警方应以西马709案件作为标准,因为当天很多支持净选盟活动的领袖及民众在被捕后,在录取口供后已获得释放。

他指出,惟美里警方却将朱海达扣留3天及提控,这对朱海达是不公平的。

他认为,国阵政府动用执法单位来打压、对付身穿净选盟黄色衣服者,是非常不明智的举动,这将成为国际笑柄。*

Few Words and Encouragement from Deputy Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin

We will not default — DPM

by Conny Banji reporters@theborneopost.com. Posted on July 12, 2011, Tuesday


TRADITIONAL BEAUTIES: Muhyiddin (second right) admires the colourful costumes of the Bidayuh, Iban and Orang Ulu maidens after launching ‘Rumah Terbuka Gawai Dayak Malaysia 2011’ at Wilson Begat Bakit longhouse at Penom Ulu Paku. Also seen are Deputy Chief Minister Datuk Patinggi Tan Sri Alfred Jabu Numpang (left) and Minister of Information, Communication and Culture Datuk Seri Utama Dr Rais Yatim. — Bernama photo

Muhyiddin stresses federal government will keep all election promises to Sarawak

BETONG: The federal government will honour all promises made to the state in the recent state election, Deputy Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin said in his speech at the national-level Gawai Dayak open house held at Rumah Wilson Begat Bakir in Penom, Ulu Paku here yesterday.

“We have promised to develop the state’s infrastructure and economy. We will fulfill all promises made by the Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak himself, myself and all cabinet ministers.” Muhyiddin added that the cabinet had appointed the Minister of Natural Resources and Environment Datuk Seri Douglas Uggah Embas to go through the list of projects promised.

“Uggah will go through the lists, look at the cost, decides the priority and when to call for tenders and other details. As a matter of fact some of these projects are currently being implemented,” he said.

Muhyiddin added that the government was serious about transforming the government and the country economy.

“Our Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak has initiated programmes like the Government Transformation Programme (GTP) and the Economic Transformation Programme (ETP).

“We will hold roadshows to explain and promote these throughout the country so that the people especially those outside the feFderal capital will know them better especially, effects and impacts to them,” he said.

Muhyiddin also called on the people to remain united to ensure peace and security in the country and took to task a small minority of the people in the country who disregarded the laws, the constitution, the King and the majority of Malaysians who wanted peace.

“They had taken to the street to demonstrate despite being repeatedly told not to do so as their actions would cause hardship and inconveniences to others.

They demonstrated because they wanted a fair and clean election but the opposition managed to win 16 seats out of the 71 in the last state election and this proved that our election had been fair and transparent, he said.

On the Gawai Dayak festival, Muhyiddin said it was not just a mere celebration based on belief or religion but one that was enjoyed by all Malaysians.

He also agreed with Information, Communication and Culture Minister Datuk Seri Utama Dr Rais Yatim’s earlier suggestion that traditional longhouses more than 50 years old be declared national heritage buildings.

“However, longhouse chiefs and the residents must first agree to the suggestion,” he said.

Meanwhile, the deputy prime minister announced the approval of a RM350,000 fund for the construction of the SIB church in Betong, and another sum of RM4.5million for a conservation and breeding programme involving the ‘terubok’ fish at five locations.

He also announced that 900 1Malaysia netbooks would be distributed to deserving students in the Betong parliamentary constituency.

About 3,000 people attended the Gawai celebration and among them were Deputy Chief Minister Datuk Patinggi Tan Sri Alfred Jabu Numpang, Minister of Information, Communication and Culture Datuk Seri Utama Dr Rais Yatim, Minister of Domestic Trade, Cooperatives and Consumerism Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob and Uggah.

Also present were Deputy Minister of Information, Communication and Culture Datuk Joseph Salang Gandum who is the joint organising chairman of the open house, members of the state cabinets and elected representatives.

Maverick politician Hii Tiong Huat

Politician Hii Tiong Huat released from detention minus yellow shirt

by Raymond Tan, reporters@theborneopost.com. Posted on July 13, 2011, Wednesday


FREEDOM AT LAST: Hii Tiong Huat (file photo) is released from detention but without his yellow shirt and shoes.

SIBU: Maverick politician Hii Tiong Huat was finally released from detention in Kuala Lumpur yesterday evening.

Hii was arrested wearing the yellow Bersih T-shirt in Kuala Lumpur on the eve of the Bersih rally last Friday.

While he walked out a free man from Dang Wangi police station the fate of his yellow T-shirt remains unknown.

Malaysia Election Observers Network (MEONet) coordinator Ong Boon Keong, who picked Hii up at the police station, laughed when he related to The Borneo Post Hii’s enforced change of attire.

“He is released alright, but the police detained his yellow T-shirt. So, Hii walked out a free man wearing a purple shirt from the police cell.”

Ong said the police would only release his shirt today.

At press time, Ong was looking for a shirt for Hii. He said the police also kept Hii’s shoes.

“Now, Hii is barefooted as well.” He said he would arrange for his overnight stay in the national capital.

“Tomorrow, Hii will pick up his yellow T-shirt and shoes.

I believe he will head home from there. He is not charged.” The MEO-Net coordinator said he had already met Hii yesterday at 10am.

“He was well and in high spirit. In the 15 minutes’ talk, he told me about how he wanted to sue the police for putting him in a cell not fit for humans.”

The arrest of Hii has remained mysterious.

Even Asian Forum For Human Rights and Development reported the 60-year-old lone politician missing.

After his arrest last Friday, Hii was detained at the Bukit Jalil Police Station and investigated under the Societies Act 1966.

“While in detention, he refused to have his statement taken. He wanted to speak to a lawyer first, but he was not given the privilege.”

He said his statement was finally taken on Monday.

Ong said he had kept Hii’s wife informed of her husband’s movement.

The MEO-Net man said after the video of Hii’s arrest was posted in the Internet, the popularity of the ‘lone-ranger’ politician soared.

“Our 13-minute video was viewed 270,000 times and it received about 2,000 comments.”

He said when news of his detention spread, there were people who brought food to the police station for him. Ong yesterday also brought in breakfast for Hii.

He brought him nasi lemak, steamed buns and others.

Back home here the locals are resigned to putting up with his eccentricities when he got back, especially his nightly drive in a van into crowded areas and honking for attention as he waved to the crowd.

On top of his van is a signboard of Gawai Dayak greeting and words introducing him as an independent candidate of Lanang parliamentary constituency for the coming General Election.

Meanwhile, after The Borneo Post published Hii’s page in the Facebook yesterday, more people have visited it.

From Monday noon 106 people “liked” it and the number hiked to 291 “likes” by 6.30pm yesterday.

Monday, 11 July 2011

陈华贵吁全民配合 减少浪费国家能源

北砂新闻


(本报美里10日讯)能源绿色科技与水务部长拿督斯里陈华贵强调,政府只有获得人民的积极配合下,所推介的“高效节能大致达致永续性”计划,方能达到预期的目标,减少国家的能源需求量。

他是今天下午在人联党卑尔骚支部召开新闻发布会时,向媒体如斯指出。

他说,政府要达到减少浪费国家能源的目标,必须获得全民配合。只有人民节约、不浪费电源之下,“高效节能大致达致永续性”计划才能够有效的推行。

陈华贵吁人们在选购电器时,必须选择获得国家规格检定局核准的节能电器,才真正具有节能的效果。

他劝请人们不要贪图便宜而购买二手电器。因为大部分的二手电器是高耗电能的电器。

消费者如有任何疑问,可以登入www.saveenergy.gov.my网站,了解“高效节能大致达致永续性”计划相关事宜。

709大集会结束 国民松了一口气

南砂新闻

副首相丹斯里慕尤汀及夫人潘斯里诺莱尼(右4)也参与跳“一个大马达雅舞蹈”。在旁者包括了新闻、通讯、文化和艺术部长拿督斯里莱斯雅丁(左3)、砂副首长拿督巴丁宜丹斯里阿弗烈查布(左2)及其夫人潘斯里恩比安查布(右2)。

(木中11日马新社讯)副首相丹斯里慕尤丁相信,大部分国民于709大集会结束后都松了一口气,并且不想再次出现。

“这是个我们不要的教训,因为由反对党或是非法组织净选盟支持者所支持的非法集会,非真正的马来西亚文化。”

慕尤丁是在木中出席一项全州性的达雅节开放门户活动后,回答记者提问。

询及大集会发生后,是否需要加强民众的思维时,慕尤丁说,大马是个奉行民主制度的国家,政府是根据法律和宪法的原则采取行动。

“很明显的是某些方面违反了法律,同时完全不尊重君主作为国家元首发出的劝告,即不要举行街头示威。”

慕尤丁说,如果各族合作的精神能根据社会团结的原则不停地进行灌输和加强,国家的繁荣与和谐也将继续存在。

Ambiga, Hadi Awang, Khairy arrested

Posted on July 10, 2011, Sunday

Demonstrators gathered at various locations in the capital city from noon yesterday in defiance of police order


RUNNING HELTER SKELTER: Protesters fleeing tear gas fired by police during a mass rally calling for electoral reform in Kuala Lumpur yesterday. The police arrested more than 400 people and used tear gas as a massive lockdown was imposed on the capital to thwart an opposition-backed rally demanding reforms to prevent some people being allowed to vote more than once in elections. — AFP photo

KUALA LUMPUR: Police yesterday arrested several political leaders and rally organisers including Datuk S Ambiga, who is the chairman of the outlawed group, Bersih, PAS president Datuk Seri Abdul Hadi Awang and Umno youth chief Khairy Jamaluddin for going ahead with yesterday’s rallies.

According to the police in their Facebook page, two vice-presidents of Parti Keadilan Rakyat (PKR), Fuziah Salleh and Tian Chua, were also arrested for taking part in the illegal rallies.

They were picked up at KL Sentral station as they were about to join the rallies.

PAS deputy presidents, Datuk Mahfuz Omar and Salahuddin Ayub, were also arrested earlier at the same place for the same reason.

PAS deputy president Mohamad Sabu, meanwhile, was arrested in Jalan Mahameru.

PKR advisor Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim was also at KL Sentral.

Khairy was leading a rally, by the group known as Patriot, in Jalan Bukit Bintang when he was apprehended by police alongside Umno supreme council member Datuk Abdul Azeez Abdul Rahim.

In his tweet, Khairy said Umno Youth executive council member, Datuk Ahmad Zaki Zahid, was hurt when police fired tear gas at them.

He tweeted at about 4pm: “Have been taken to Pulapol. FRU tear gas straight at us. Exco @zakizahid hurt.”

Police said, 924 people were arrested as at 5.30pm, 49 of them women.

Demonstrators gathered at various locations in the capital city from noon yesterday in defiance of police orders, forcing the police to fire tear gas and water cannons to disperse them.

The locations include Dataran Merdeka, Pasar Seni, Jalan Hang Kasturi, Maybank Tower, Jalan Tun Perak, Jalan Petaling and KL Sentral.

Police said security personnel had repeatedly ordered them to disperse but were ignored.

Several shops around Bukit Bintang were closed due to the rallies but reopened at 3.30pm when police put the situation under control.

Meanwhile, Datuk Abdul Rahman Abu Bakar, the deputy president of the Malay right-wing group, Perkasa, said the group abided by the orders of the authorities.

“We were supposed to take part in the rally but Perkasa president Datuk Ibrahim Ali received orders from the police asking the buses carrying our members from Johor Baharu, Pahang, Perak, Kelantan and Negeri Sembilan, to turn back,” he said.

He said Perkasa decided not to go ahead with its planned rally because it did not want to create trouble. — Bernama

Anwar the mastermind behind illegal rally – PM

Posted on July 11, 2011, Monday

KUALA LUMPUR: Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim is an opportunist who was the mastermind in organising the illegal rally on Saturday, said Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak.

The Prime Minister described the illegal rally organised by the outlawed group, Bersih 2.0, as a desperate plan by the opposition leader to manipulate the people to gain their support.

Najib, who is also the Umno president, said Anwar’s position was affected by the growing support of the people for the government following the various economic development policies that had been implemented.

Addressing 6,000 people who attended a briefing session at the Putra World Trade Centre, here yesterday, he said the member of parliament for Permatang Pauh was prepared to sacrifice his principles and put aside religion and race as long as he achieved his dream of becoming prime minister.

“He knows that if he does not do anything, we (the Barisan Nasional) will win in the 13th general election.

“This is the last chance for him. When people know that this is their last chance, they will do everything, good or bad,” he said.

Najib, who is also the BN chairman, said Anwar deliberately wanted to bring down the country’s image and show to the world that Malaysia was not democratic and instead tried to portray himself as a good person.

“This negative attitude has never changed from before until now,” he said. — Bernama

Sunday, 10 July 2011

Change LOGO (BERSIH to UBAH) hmm...

DAP reps used ‘Ubah’ to support Bersih’s cause

Posted on July 10, 2011, Sunday

KUCHING: The Sarawak DAP’s breakfast session here in connection with the Bersih 2.0 rally yesterday turned out to be a calm one.


The hour-long gathering saw the party release a 3-page declaration for clean, free and fair elections for Bersih 2.0, which the federal government had pronounced unlawful.

All its 12 elected representatives donned yellow shirts but not with the ‘Bersih 2.0’ words. Imprinted was the party’s famous mascot ‘Ubah’.

All in all only about 30 persons wore yellow shirts during the session in a coffee shop at Stutong Commercial Centre here.

Before 8.30am, some members of the public wearing yellow-coloured shirts filled part of the outlet while police in plainclothes were said to be among the so-called breakfast goers.

Members of the Special Branch were also dispatched to observe the gathering while a chopper rotated a few times before 10.30am.

A middle-aged man, who refused to be identified, claimed that it was the first time he witnessed such a gathering, which called for free and fair elections.

He felt it was imperative for some quarters to initiate efforts to “clean up the current election system.”

“It has been so many years that we endured the system. All we want is electoral reforms and, in fact, the Barisan Nasional can do it but are they doing anything about it?” quipped the man.

A couple of officers in plainclothes told the press that anyone caught wearing yellow shirt with ‘Bersih 2.0’ would be nabbed right away.

Among the declaration points, said state DAP chairman Wong Ho Leng, was to call on the Election Commission to address unfair constituency delineation.

“Some state constituencies are four to five times bigger than others, and some parliamentary seats are more than 10 times bigger than others,” pointed out the Sibu MP and Bukit Assek assemblyman.

In Sarawak, Wong said Ba’Kelalan recorded 6,958 voters while Pending had 29,488.

“The BN won 25 constituencies with less than 10,000 voters in each of them, and 10 seats won by the DAP came with voters exceeding 20,000.”

He stressed that a distorted and unbalanced weightage meant unfair representation.

A check with the April 16 election results confirmed the disparity. Kuching, Pending, Batu Lintang, Kota Sentosa, Padungan, Batu Kawah registered over 20,000 voters each while Satok and Demak Laut had 10,431 and 10,437 voters respectively.

For the central region, Bawang Assan had 16,743 voters while Bukit Assek, Dudong and Pelawan registered over 26,000 voters.

In Miri, whilst both Pujut and Senadin recorded more than 22,000 voters, Bekenu and Piasau had only 10,672 and 16,600 respectively.

Wong asserted that the media must remain neutral and be a bastion in upholding democracy.

“But the repressive requirement to renew publication licences annually and BN control means the media had little choice but to resort to unbalanced reporting against the opposition during election time.

“In some newspapers, there had even been a total blackout of news on Pakatan Rakyat during elections.”

Nabbed for wearing yellow ‘Bersih 2.0’ t-shirt

Posted on July 10, 2011, Sunday

MIRI: A man was arrested by police for wearing a yellow t-shirt bearing the word ‘Bersih 2.0’.

Miri police chief ACP Jamaluddin Ibrahim who confirmed the arrest yesterday said the man was arrested near a restaurant at Jalan Permaisuri here around 12.45pm.

The man, believed local, was brought to the central police station for further investigation and detention.

“We are going to investigate the offence which comes under the Society Act 1966. The suspect is likely to be charged under Section 47 of Society Act 1966 for promoting ‘Bersih 2.0’, an illegal society by wearing the t-shirt,” Jamaluddin told thesundaypost when approached at the Central Police Station here yesterday.

He said the remand order would be obtained from the court.

The suspect was the second person to be arrested and detained by police for wearing the Bersih t-shirt.

Parti Keadilan Rakyat (PKR) Youth secretary Zulhaidah Suboh was arrested on Monday on her arrival at Miri Airport from Kuching.

Zulhaidah faces two charges under Section 47 of the Society Act 1966 (Act 335) for displaying and promoting the rally by wearing the t-shirt and possessing two of them.

The 38-year-old aspiring politician claimed trial on both charges and was ordered by Miri Magistrate’s Court to be released on RM4,000 bail each with one surety.

The offences call for a jail term of not more than two years or fine of not more than RM5,000 or both upon conviction.

Although the situation in Miri is under control and orderly, they would still be monitoring it, Jamaluddin said.

“Action will be taken against those joining and organising the rally or gathering. We will be monitoring the situation to ensure there will be no illegal assembly or rally,” he added.

Police personnel were deployed in the commercial area along Jalan Permaisuri here yesterday.

Until yesterday, the police did not receive any application to hold a ‘Bersih 2.0’ gathering.

Meanwhile, Miri PKR chief Dr Michael Teo accompanied by Zulhaidah and party supporters took part in a walkabout to show their support for the reason ‘Bersih 2.0’ was held.

Bersih’s illegal rally fails to muster support

Posted on July 10, 2011, Sunday

KUALA LUMPUR: The illegal street demonstration planned in the city yesterday by outlawed group ‘Bersih 2.0’ led by Datuk S Ambiga failed to garner support from the people as only some 10,000 people turned up for it instead of the 100,000 people the group had targetted.

According to political analyst Dr Sivamurugan Pandian, the lack of support could have been due to the people realising that the group was not sincere in its stated objective of calling for electoral reform but instead the illegal assembly was more politically motivated.

He said besides this, careful preparation by the police in facing the illegal assembly also prevented any untowards incidents from happening.

“If it was really the case (Bersih 2.0 championing electoral reform), more people would have backed the group. However, it was the opposite. This was markedly different from the ‘reformasi’ illegal street demonstrations of 1998 and the Hindraf and Bersih rallies in 2007 which received widespread support,” he said when contacted by Bernama.

The Universiti Sains Malaysia (USM) political science lecturer from Penang, who has been in the federal capital since Wednesday to follow developments and see for himself how the rally would turn out, said the failure of the illegal assembly was also very much due to the police’s strategic actions to “check the group”.

He also said the strategy adopted by Bersih 2.0 to move in small groups from several locations in the city to their targeted venue (the Merdeka Stadium), was aimed at making their numbers look bigger than they actually were.

“I have to admit the strategy was very effective. The truth is, I hardly saw any Chinese among the demonstrators, most seemed to be PAS members,” he said, adding that Bersih 2.0 also failed create the “yellow wave” it had aimed to achieve as the police succeeded in confiscating yellow T-shirts with the word ‘Bersih’ on them, which were banned by the authorities, ahead of and during the illegal assembly yesterday.

Bersih 2.0 also admitted that it failed to meet its objective of handing over a memorandum to call for electoral reform to the Yang di-Pertuan Agong yesterday.

Its steering committee posted on its website www.bersih.org :”We will make appropriate arrangements to deliver the memorandum when the police have calmed down”.

“Yesterday’s gathering is not the end, it is but one more step in the long walk for clean and fair elections in Malaysia. The campaign continues, to work for electoral reform, the release of all detainees and an end to harassment by the authorities,” it said. — Bernama

Saturday, 9 July 2011

KERAJAAN YANG PRIHATIN, SYABAS!

Fasal 2 Perkara 10 , Seksyen 27 akta Polis

TIP MENAHAN PROVOKATOR PERUSUH BEERSHIT. KHAS UNTUK PATRIOT, PERKASA, PEMUDA UMNO NGO LAIN & ANGGOTA MASYARAKAT AWAM YANG CINTAKAN KEDAMAIAN BAGI MENUNJUKKAN YANG ANDA MEMBANTAH BEERSHIT.

SETELAH MENYAKSIKAN RAKAMAN KLIP VIDEO BETAPA BIADAPNYA PROVOKATOR PERUSUH BEERSHIT TERHADAP ANGGOTA KESELAMATAN (POLIS) SEOLAH-OLAH MEREKA LEBIH BERKUASA DARIPADA POLIS, DI ATAS KESEDARAN MENGENAI KELUHURAN PERLEMBAGAAN DAN KEDAULATAN UNDANG-UNDANG, SAYA TERPANGGIL UNTUK MENULIS ARTIKEL INI. ARTIKEL INI AMAT BERGUNA KEPADA MANA-MANA ANGGOTA MASYARAKAT YANG INGIN MEMBANTU PIHAK POLIS MENAHAN MANA-MANA PROVOKATOR PERUSUH BEERSHIT. KITA SUDAH JEMU DENGAN SIKAP DAN SIFAT BIADAP AGEN-AGEN PERUSUH BEERSHIT TERUTAMA SEKALI DARI DAP YANG BERSIFAT LEBIH SUDU DARI KUAH. 

PERLANGGARAN DI BAWAH FASAL 2 PERKARA 10 & KESALAHAN DI BAWAH KANUN KESIKSAAN.

Pertama, kita sudah maklum bahawa perhimpunan BERSIH adalah melanggar Fasal 2 Perkara 10 , Seksyen 27 akta Polis dan merupakan suatu kesalahan jenayah di bawah Kanun Kesiksaan yakni merusuh di mana ianya adalah :-

1. Diadakan TANPA PERMIT; 
2. Dianjurkan oleh sebuah persatuan NGO yang tidak sah berdaftar;
3. Merupakan cubaan merusuh di tempat awam; 
4. Ianya bersifat mengancam keselamatan negara; dan
5. Ianya bersifat mengancam keselamatan awam.

Mengetahui jenis kesalahan yang dilakukan oleh saspek merupakan langkah pertama untuk membuat penahan ke atas saspek. 

UNDANG-UNDANG BERKAITAN PENAHANAN / TANGKAPAN ( ARREST)


KANUN ACARA JENAYAH AKTA 593

Merupakan KANUN yang terpakai bagi prosedur dan cara-cara penahanan ke atas saspek dalam hal ini, mana-mana saspek yang hendak menyertai perhimpunan BERSIH. 














BAHAGIAN III
PERUNTUKAN AM

BAB III

BANTUAN DAN MAKLUMAT KEPADA MAJISTRET DAN POLIS DAN ORANG YANG MEMBUAT PENAHANAN.

Seksyen 11 

Seksyen inilah yang dijadikan asas kepada tanggungjawab dan duti sebagai orang awam yang membantu pihak polis dan majistret menahan mana-mana saspek yang disyakki melakukan kesalahan. Perenggan (a) (b) dan (c).

BAB IV.

PENAHANAN , MELARIKAN DIRI, PENAHAN SEMULA.

Seksyen-sekyen yang berkaitan.

Seksyen 15 - 
Cara penahan di buat.

Seksyen 27 - 
Penahanan yang di buat oleh orang awam yang bekerjasama dengan pihak Polis.

Seksyen 28-
Cara menangani orang yang di tahan dan penahanan selama 24 jam.

Seksyen 21.
Kuasa untuk merampas senjata merbahaya.


SEKSYEN 27. (1) 

PENAHANAN DI BUAT OLEH ORANG AWAM YANG PADA PANDANGANNYA SASPEK MELAKUKAN KESALAHAN YANG TIDAK BOLEH DI JAMIN DAN KESALAHAN BOLEH DI TANGKAP.

Contohnya seperti menahan mana-mana saspek yang menyertai perhimpunan haram BERSIH 2.0 yakni orang yang memakai baju T Kuning















BAB IV

CARA MENAHAN

Seksyen 15 (1)

Anda cuma perlu menyentuh atau memastikan saspek berada dalam keadaan tertahan tubuh badannya.

Seksyen 15 (2)

Jika saspek menggunakan kekerasan untuk melawan penahanan dan/atau cuba mengelak daripada di tahan, anda dibenarkan menggunakan kekerasan yang sewajarnya, maknanya janganlah anda mencederakan mana-mana anggota tubuh badan saspek, cukup anda menjadikan sasapek tidak berdaya bergerak dan melawan.


RINGKASAN.

Kepada mana-mana anggota PATRIOT, PERKASA, PEMUDA UMNO, NGO dan anggota masyarakat lain terutama yang menjadi rakan cop, adalah dinasihatkan anda mengambil tanggungjawab MEMBANTU anggota POLIS.

Jika anda berniat untuk membantu mana-mana anggota POLIS nanti, adalah dinasihati anda memohon kebenaran secara lisan dan. atau bertulis daripada KETUA BALAI POLIS, KETUA POLIS DAERAH dan mana-mana naggota Polis berpangkat Inspektor ke atas yang bertanggungjawab di dalam kawasan yang tertentu.

Jika kebenaran diberikan, barulah anda lebih selesa dan selamat membuat penangkapan ke atas mana-mana saspek yang menyertai perhimpunan BERSIH 2.0. 

Jika anda melakukan penangkapan ke atas mana-mana saspek, anda hanya perlu berkata seperti berikut :

SAYA, (NAMA PENUH) TELAH DIBERIKAN KEIZINAN SECARA LISAN OLEH ANGGOTA POLIS ( SEBUTKAN NAMA & NO ANGGOTA POLIS YANG MEMBERIKAN KEIZINAN KEPADA ANDA) UNTUK MEMBUAT TANGKAPAN / MENAHAN ANDA MENGIKUT SEKSYEN 27 KERANA SAYA SYAKKI ANDA MELAKUKAN KESALAHAN MENYERTAI PERHIMPUNAN BERSIH DAN MEMAKAI BAJU T SHIRT BERSIH .


Sebaik-baiknya anda berada dalam jarak 50 meter ke 60 meter dari mana-mana anggota Polis yang berdekatan dan anggota tersebut dapat melihat anda membuat tangkapan di bawah seksyen 27 Kanun Acara  Jenayah.

Sebaik saja anda membuat tangkapan, serahkan dengan seberapa segera saspek kepada mana-mana anggota Polis yang bertugas dan sebutkan perkataan ini dnegan jelas . 

"SAYA TELAH MENANGKAP SI POLAN-SI POLAN DI LOKASI INI DAN MENYERAHKANNYA KEPADA TUAN UNTUK TINDAKAN SELANJUTNYA. SAYA MEMBUAT TANGKAPAN DI ATAS SEKSYEN 27 KANUN ACARA JENAYAH"

ANDA BERHAK UNTUK MEMBUAT TANGKAPAN ATAS KAPASTI ORANG AWAM DI BAWAH SEKSYEN 27, DAN CARA TANGKAPAN MENGIKUT SEKSYEN 15 (1) (2) SERTA ANDA DIBENARKAN MENGUNAKAN KEKERASAN YANG MUNASABAH DAN WAJAR JIKA SEMASA ANDA MEMBUAT TANGKAPAN, SASPEK MELAKUKAN KEKERASAN DAN MELAWAN ANDA SERTA CUBA MENGELAK DARIPADA DI TANGKAP ASALKAN ANDA TIDAK MENCEDERAKAN SASPEK DAN/ATAU MENYEBABKAN KEMATIAN SECARA TIDAK SENGAJA. SENDIRI MAO INGAT LAH. PASTIKAN ADA ANGGOTA POLIS BERPANGKAT SARJAN KE ATAS, INSPEKTOR KE ATAS YANG BERDEKATAN DENGAN ANDA DALAM JARAK 50- 70 METER. 

BANTU MEMBANTULAH PIHAK POLIS MENJALANKAN TUGAS MENJAGA KEAMANAN DAN KENTENTERAMAN AWAM. ANDA MAMPU, INI AKAN MENUNJUKKAN KEPADA MASYARAKAT DUNIA BAHAWA PERHIMPUNAN BERSIH SEBENARNYA TIDAK DI SOKONG OLEH RAKYAT SERTA MERUPAKAN TINDAKAN MERUSUH DI JALANRAYA YANG MENYALAHI PERUNDANGAN NEGARA. 

INI KERANA MEREKA ( PERUSUH JALANRAYA, ANARKIS SUBVERSIF REVOLUSIONER DAPKRPASM MILITAN SUDAH TERLALU KURANG AJAR DAN SYOK SENDIRI, DEPA INGAT SEMUA RAKYAT SOKONG DEPA , KALI INI TUNJUKKAN KAT DEPA BAHAWA RAKYAT TAK SOKONG KECOH HURU HARA DENGAN MELAKUKAN TANGKAPAN DI BAWAH SEKSYEN 27 KANUN ACARA JENAYAH,) TAPI SILA IKUT PETUNJUK YANG TELAH DIBERIKAN, JANGAN MANDAI-MANDAI PLAK. APA-PAPA TANYA DAN MINTA IZIN TERLEBIH DAHULU KEPADA MANA-MANA PEGAWAI DAN ANGGOTA POLIS YANG BERTUGAS.

TEPUK DADA TANYA IMAN.

What happened to the WORLD ? ? ?

Thursday, 7 July 2011

FUYOO! A 'HOUSEWIFE" WANT TO CHALLENGE THE GOVERNMENT

PKR Youth sec charged with possessing, displaying ‘Bersih’ T-shirt

Posted on July 8, 2011, Friday

MIRI: The Youth secretary of Parti Keadilan Rakyat (PKR) Zulhaidah Suboh was yesterday charged in the magistrates’ court with two offences under Society Act 1966.

The case attracted supporters from the opposition parties who came together with Zulhaidah family members.

Also present were Pujut assemblyman Fung Pau Teck and PKR Miri chief Michael Teo.

Wearing an orange T-shirt with ‘Justice First — Truth Now and 1Mongolia’ printed on the back and black jeans, Zulhaidah waved and smiled to her father Hadie @ Suboh Salleh, mother and husband who were among the crowd as police escorted her to the dock.

The 38-year-old aspiring politician was charged with possessing two pieces of T-shirt printed with ‘Bersih 2.0’ wordings and displaying by wearing T-shirt with ‘Bersih 2.0’ printed on it.

Both offences under Section 47 of Society Act 1966 (Act 335) prescribed jail sentence of not more than two years or fine of not more than RM5,000 or both upon conviction.

Before magistrate Nasrul Hadi Abdul Ghani, she pleaded not guilty to both charges.

As she claimed trial, deputy public prosecutor Yaacub Haji Chik requested for the accused to be released on bail of RM5,000 with one surety for each charge.

Yaacub in his application contended that the amount must not be low as there was possibility that the accused may abscond and that she might take it lightly and attend court hearing at later stage.

Apart from that, the accused might commit the same offence in the future.

The large amount of bail will secure her attendance at the trial.

The accused’s counsel Piasau assemblyman Ling Sie Kiong said the bail amount of RM5,000 requested by Yaacub was too excessive as Section 47 of Society Act 1966 (Act 335) prescribed a fine of not more than RM5,000 upon conviction.

Ling said that the bail should not be a punishment for the accused.

On the ground that Zulhaidah might abscond, Ling said the chances were slim as she is a well-known figure in Miri for she had contested in the recent state election.

In a lighter note, Ling said his client is now becoming more famous and well known with the case.

She also has no criminal records prior to the case.

Two other counsels namely Majen Panyog and Abun Sui Anyit also represented Zulhaidah.

In requesting for the amount of bail to be reduced, Abun said the accused is just a housewife without income.

Magistrate Nasrul after hearing both parties ordered Zulhaidah to be released on bail of RM4,000 for each charge with one surety pending trial fixed for Aug 15 and 16, this year.

Zulhaidah’s father Hadie stand as her surety.

EVERYWHERE TALK ABOUT BERSIH 2.0

KUALA LUMPUR:  Rally participants will be arrested, IGP warns

Posted on July 8, 2011, Friday

KUALA LUMPUR: Police will arrest anyone who participates in any illegal rally planned for tomorrow, Inspector-General of Police Tan Sri Ismail Omar warned yesterday.

There would be no exception, he said, adding that the organiser of the rally, Bersih 2.0, had been declared an unlawful organisation.

“It is clear that it is not a registered organisation. They can apply for permit using other name and we will consider their request. The government has given them the opportunity (to hold the rally indoor); they should utilise it properly,” he told a news conference at Bukit Aman police headquarters, here.

Ismail said the district police chief would look into the application before referring it to the management of the place where the gathering would be held.

In the case of the rally planned by Bersih at the Merdeka Stadium, here, he said the stadium’s management had yet to approve any application for the purpose.

The organiser was previously reported to be planning to hold the rally at the stadium.

It had yet to submit any application for permit to hold the rally, however, claiming that it was not necessary because the government had given its green light for the group to gather at a stadium and not in the streets.

Ismail said that even if the rally was issued with permit, police would still arrest those who created trouble and undermined public order.

“This is important to safeguard the interest of the society who wants to see peace prevails.

“I called her (rally organiser Datuk S Ambiga) yesterday and reminded her about the importance of maintaining public safety and asked her to abide by the law, even more so that she is a lawyer,” Ismail said. — Bernama

Tiada permit untuk Bersih

by WILLIE JUDE JUNAIDI. Posted on July 8, 2011, Friday

Datuk Hamza Taib

Polis bertegas tidak layan permohonan, walaupun perhimpunan dalam stadium

KOTA KINABALU: Polis Sabah tidak akan melayan sebarang permohonan permit bagi mengadakan perhimpunan oleh Gabungan Pilihan Raya Bersih dan Adil (Bersih) di negeri ini walaupun pertubuhan itu berhasrat untuk membuat perhimpunan secara aman di dalam stadium.

Pesuruhjaya Polis negeri, Datuk Hamza Taib berkata kerajaan sebelum ini telah pun mengesahkan bahawa pertubuhan berkenaan haram dan tidak wajar bagi pihaknya untuk mengeluarkan sebarang permit.

“Semua permohonan atas nama Bersih kita tidak akan layan kerana ia merupakan pertubuhan haram, mana boleh kita benarkan aktiviti yang dilakukan oleh pertubuhan haram,” katanya.

Hamza berkata demikian ketika ditemui selepas menghadiri program Hari Bertemu Pelanggan Polis Diraja Malaysia (PDRM) Kontinjen Sabah, di Mess Pegawai Ibu Pejabat Polis Kontinjen (IPK) Sabah di sini kelmarin.

Menurutnya, polis bagaimanapun akan mengkaji terlebih dahulu sekiranya ada permohonan untuk melakukan sebarang perhimpunan oleh pertubuhan yang bukan menggunakan nama Bersih.

“Jika ada permohonan (permit perhimpunan), kita akan proses berdasarkan prosedur dan syarat-syarat tertentu sebelum diluluskan.

“Bagaimanapun, jika perhimpunan yang dipohon juga menjurus kepada ‘Bersih 2.0′, kita akan tolak…kita tidak mahu mereka memohon permit menggunakan nama pertubuhan lain tetapi menjurus ke arah itu (Bersih),” jelasnya.

Sementara itu, Hamza memberitahu setakat kelmarin belum ada sebarang pihak atau pertubuhan yang memohon permit untuk mengadakan sebarang perhimpunan di negeri ini.

Bagaimanapun, katanya, pasukan polis Sabah akan tetap bersiap-sedia bagi menghadapi sebarang kemungkinan perhimpunan haram dijalankan di sini esok.

“Semua kontinjen dan anggota dari Ibu Pejabat Polis Daerah akan turut serta, termasuk Unit Tindakan Rusuhan Awam (PORU), Pasukan Gerakan Am (PGA), unit udara dan unit anjing.

“Selain itu, anggota polis berpakaian orang awam juga akan ditempatkan di semua kawasan yang telah dikenal pasti bagi memantau keadaan dari masa ke semasa,” tambahnya.

Wednesday, 6 July 2011

Congratulations Larry, work smart for the Youths

Sng confirms appointment as youth advisor in CM’s Dept

Posted on July 7, 2011, Thursday


Larry Sng

KUCHING: Former assistant minister in the Chief Minister’s Department Larry Sng yesterday casually confirmed what Chief Minister Pehin Sri Abdul Taib Mahmud had told reporters.

When contacted Sng the former Pelagus assemblyman said he started helming the youth advisor post in the Chief Minister’s Department on July 3.

Happy with the appointment, Sng quipped: “I am now looking for an office before I can start work.”

He said the name of the new post might be different from the previous one but the role and function should be the same.

Planning ways to develop volunteerism among youths would be a good start in the appointment, as revealed in his facebook.

When approached by reporters on July 1, Taib confirmed their speculation that Sng would be going back into the government’s fold without giving any details.

Sng failed to get re-nominated to defend Pelagus for the Barisan Nasional (BN) in the last state polls because he was party less.

He was sacked by Parti Rakyat Sarawak (PRS) for insubordination prompting the Registrar of Societies to intervene in party affairs and concluded in April 2009 that (Tan Sri) Dr James Masing was the rightful president following a leadership crisis.

Taib, however, kept Sng in the government and even hinted to Masing and PRS that Sng’s rightful place was in BN by adding one assistant portfolio on top of the previous two.

The party’s stand to shut Sng out appeared costly because Pelagus now fell into opposition’s hand in the April 16 election.

The Borneo Post published a speculative story on June 30 about Sng’s possible appointment, who is now one of those who has made it into the list of major surprises by Taib.

The last of Taib’s major surprises was when Tan Sri Datuk Amar Adenan Satem became Special Advisor in the Chief Minister’s Department. Adenan, also Parti Pesaka Bumiputera Bersatu Information chief and Tanjung Datu assemblyman, is now Special Function Minister in the same department.

Top Cop says Everything is under control in Sarawak

Posted on July 7, 2011, Thursday


Dato Mohmad Salleh

KUCHING: State police commissioner Dato Mohmad Salleh said the security situation here is calm, unlike in the peninsula which is gripped by the highly-publicised Bersih 2.0 rally.

“Everything here is well under control,” he said on Tuesday when asked by reporters to comment on the situation here in relation to the July 9 rally.

Salleh, who had earlier closed the Sarawak contingent-level Al-Quran recital competition, confirmed that thus far only state PKR Youth secretary Zulhaidah Suboh had been arrested in connection with the rally.

She will be under remand until tomorrow to facilitate investigation.

Zulhaidah, who was wearing a yellow T-shirt and with the word ‘Bersih 2.0’ printed on it, was detained at the Miri Airport last Monday.

Salleh advised members of the public to stay away from any unlawful assembly which is organised in support of Bersih 2.0 as stern action would be taken against them.
It is understood that the opposition planned to hold rallies in all major towns throughout the country this Saturday in support of Bersih 2.0.

Bersih still illegal, says Hisham

Posted on July 7, 2011, Thursday

PUTRAJAYA: Home Minister Datuk Seri Hishammuddin Tun Hussein said yesterday that Bersih remains an illegal organisation although its leaders were granted an audience by Yang di-Pertuan Agong Tuanku Mizan Zainal Abidin on Tuesday.

He said the Registrar of Societies decided to declare Bersih an illegal organisation last Friday after receiving advice on the law from the Attorney General.

He told reporters here that Bersih would still require a permit although they had been allowed to hold a gathering in a stadium.

“Let them apply first. The process is for the police to consider the application. So, the quicker they apply, the quicker the police can process (and decide) on the place and time,” he said.

Bersih steering committee chairman Datuk S Ambiga said after the audience with the King that her group had decided to have the gathering inside a stadium.

Yesterday, Ambiga said that the organisers planned to hold the gathering in Merdeka Stadium, and gave an assurance of cooperation to ensure a peaceful event.

Asked why the government was willing to allow Bersih to hold the rally in a stadium, Hishammuddin said it was a matter of security.

He cautioned against irresponsible behaviour at the gathering.

“Those who said they want free and fair elections must prove they are responsible.

“They said before that they wanted to voice it (their views). Now we have given them space and opportunity at the stadium. So my advice to everybody is to just be responsible and work within the law,” he added. — Bernama

Mixed reactions to Bersih 2.0’s latest decision

by Cecilia B Sman, reporters@theborneopost.com. Posted on July 7, 2011, Thursday


Dennis Ngau


Peter Kallang


Alan Ling

MIRI: The people here have mixed feelings about the decision made by Bersih 2.0 organisers to go ahead with the July 9 rally but in a stadium and not on the street.

The decision was announced by its chairperson Datuk Ambiga Sreenevasan after an audience with the Yang di-Pertuan Agong Tuanku Mizan Zainal Abidin at Istana Negara on Tuesday.

Telang Usan assemblyman Dennis Ngau said he was always against illegal rallies because it could bring
about many negative consequences to the people and country.

“I thank God for His intervention through Yang di-Pertuan Agong Tuanku Mizan Zainal Abidin and Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak. They have prevented untold disaster from happening by getting the proposed Bersih 2.0 street rally off the street,” he told The Borneo Post yesterday.

Dennis, who is also Telang Usan PBB Youth chief and deputy information chief of PBB Youth, said he believed the rally organised must have thought they could achieve whatever agenda they might have on the streets.

“The aftermath of previous street rallies held in our country and in other counties is for all to see. Even when the organisers guaranteed that their rallies would be peaceful, untold destruction to properties and injuries to people often happened,” he said.

Dennis believed that the July 9 rally was politically motivated based on its timing and the people behind it.

“I’m also perplexed with the reason given in support of the street demonstration by Tan Sri Khalid Ibrahim, the Menteri Besar of Selangor. He said that the rally was to voice the demands of the people and it was for the future generation. What kind of example is there to be learned by our young generation with all the chaos created by illegal rallies?”

Dennis added that Telang Usan PBB Youth supported all initiatives taken by the government, and that include joining other BN Youth members to mount counter rallies if requested to do so.

Piasau assemblyman Alan Ling Sie Kiong, meanwhile, said he respected the decision of Bersih 2.0 to call off the street rally. It is a “positive step” and a clear show of respect for the Yang di-Pertuan Agong.
“The onus now lies with the Najib administration to lift the ban on Bersih 2.0. Up to now some 200 arrests have been made by the police based on unjustifiable grounds such as wearing Bersih t-shirts.

“The police must drop the charges immediately and release those under remand, such PKR’s Zulhaidah Suboh. The Home Minister should also release all six individuals detained under the Emergency Ordinance (EO), including Sungei Siput MP Dr. Jayakumar.”

Meanwhile, Peter Kallang, who is the chairman of Persatuan Kenyah Miri (PKM) and Orang Ulu National Association (Miri), described the eight demands by Bersih as “reasonable and necessary”.

This is because the eight points are some of the basic characteristics which are “justifiably expected of a country which is elected by and answerable to the civil society”.

“These demands are not new as they have been in the public arena for a long time, yet the responds could either be pending or not fulfilling. So I can well understand why the rally is the next step.”

Peter said Ambiga and her boys had clearly showed they are reasonable people and one who were willing to listen to reason by taking the rally off the streets and into a stadium after the audience with the King.

He added that holding the rally in a stadium is perhaps the best alternative to avoid irresponsible elements from hijacking the event for their own immoral objectives.

“My view is that we must keep the original objective of the even foremost in our mind. The objective of the event is inclusive and good for every Malaysian, irrespective of background, so that we will continue to progress as responsible society upholding justice for each one of us.

“An open, transparent and just society is vital to achieve developed nation status by 2020.”

Wear Yellow T-shirt this Saturday 09.07.2011 for illegal Rally, You will be arrested

Posted on July 7, 2011, Thursday


ACP Jamaluddin Ibrahim

MIRI: Police yesterday advised members of the public not to be involved in any local rally which support the Bersih 2.0 rally which is scheduled to be held in Kuala Lumpur on July 9.

Miri district police chief ACP Jamaluddin Ibrahim said unless they had a permit to stage the rally as required by law, stern legal action would be taken against everyone involved.

He also advised members of the public not to wear yellow T-shirts this Saturday as they might be subjected to scrutiny by his men.

“At the moment, Miri police have yet to receive any application for permit to hold the rally in support of the Bersih 2.0,” he told The Borneo Post yesterday.

He was asked to comment on recent news report that such rallies might be held here, in Bintulu, Sibu and Kuching.

State DAP chairman Wong Ho Leng told a press conference in Sibu on Tuesday that all its 12 assemblypersons in the state would assemble in Kuching this Saturday to lend support to the Bersih 2.0 rally which calls for fair and free elections.

On comments made by the opposition concerning the arrest and remand of state PKR Youth secretary Zolhaidah Suboh on Monday at Miri Airport, ACP Jamaluddin explained that the move was made under Section 47 of the Society Act 1966 to facilitate investigation.

Zolhaidah, 38, who was wearing a yellow T-shirt printed with the words ‘Bersih 2.0’, was arrested upon emerging from the arrival hall of the airport after a flight from Kuching.

Thus far no further arrest or criminal offences in connection with the rally have been made.

Meanwhile, Piasau assemblyman Alan Ling Sie Kiong told a press conference here on Tuesday that the remand was “unnecessary” and the grounds stated by the police were inadequate.

Ling, who is Zolhaidah’s counsel, said S. Manikavasagam was detained and investigated by the police under the same section but was
released four hours later after his statement was recorded.

Thus, he said, the police here should have the same capability and efficiency in completing their investigation fast in Zolhaidah’s case.

Saturday, 2 July 2011

INTERNATIONAL DANCE FOR HUMANITY HOSTED BY MALAYSIAN RED CRESENT MIRI BRANCH

8th International Dance For Humanity has been implemented on 26th June 2011, Sunday at 1pm-530pm at Miri Indoor Stadium.  Many supporters, volunteers and so on from various organization, background had also involved in this event. 

The organizing Chairman, Pn Juriah Morshidi, she said the dance charity have gained many supports from Public, this year we have 59 troupes had invloved themselves in dancing.  This may strenghten relationship between participants especially in exhanging the culture knowledge.  Nevertheless, All information regarding dance for humanity can be found through facebook and the information will be updated from time to time by our appointed webmaster.  Search MIRI DANCE FOR HUMANITY for details.


Official Ceremony by YB Datuk Lee Kim Shin accompanied by Mayor Lawrence Lai (5th from the left) & the organizing Chairman, Pn Juriah Morshidi (4th from the left)



Toastmasters offers their help  as Emcees


All the way From Philipines
Tarian 1 Malaysia
Cultural Dance
Tibetan Dance
Malay Dance
Indian Dance

Performance From Kindergarten Kids


Anak Borneo from Kuching Sarawak



Many more to come, to be continue...

Friday, 1 July 2011

Larian Serentak sempena Majlis Pelancaran Dasar 1Murid 1Sukan

Aktiviti berikut telahpun berlansung pada 02.07.2011, Sabtu dan dirasmikan oleh YB Datuk Lee Kim Shin. 




SNG IS WANTED

Chief Minister confirms that Sng would have a place in the state cabinet ‘because of his good performance’

by Antonia Chiam. Posted on July 2, 2011, Saturday


Larry Sng

KUCHING: A former assistant minister Larry Sng, who was dropped in the last election, will soon return to work in the Chief Minister’s Department.

Chief Minister Pehin Sri Abdul Taib Mahmud yesterday confirmed that Sng would have a place there “because of his good performance”.

“He will be in charge of youth affairs,” Taib said, confirming recent speculation in the political arena of the former Pelagus assemblyman’s possible return.

The Chief Minister told reporters this after he and his wife Puan Sri Ragad Kurdi Taib were spotted having tea at a hotel here.

Chief Minister does not specify Sng’s exact postTaib said the reason he wanted Sng back was because of the latter’s good experience working with the youths.

“He is a good guy and he did very well previously.”

However, the Chief Minister did not specify the exact post that Sng would be given or when he would officially begin work.

“Probably in two weeks’ time. He is on holiday now. It’s better if you ask him,” said Taib.

Sng could not be reached for comments.

He was not renominated by Barisan Nasional (BN) to defend the seat in the April 16 state election due to his party-less status, after Parti Rakyat Sarawak (PRS) terminated his membership in 2007 for insubordination.

Prior to the election, he held three portfolios as Assistant Minister in the Chief Minister’s Office, Social Development and Urbanisation Ministry (Youth Affairs and Training of Youth) and Industrial Development Ministry (Planning).