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Monday, October 29, 2012

Noh Omar seleweng fakta, satu lagi kes melobi Najib


Oct 27, 2012 | Dato’ Seri Noh Omar, Menteri Pertanian dan Industri Asas Tani yang sememangnya diketahui umum, sangat kuat melobi untuk menjadi calon Menteri Besar Selangor kini terus-menerus mengesahkan ketidak mampuan beliau untuk mentadbir dan mengurus negeri paling maju di dalam negara.
Tindakan Noh yang menuntut penjelasan Menteri Besar Khalid Ibrahim di atas keputusan Lembaga Pengarah PKNS menjual 5 aset komersil jelas merupakan satu manipulasi fakta dan menunjukkan bahawa beliau tidak mampu memberi arah tuju ekonomi yang mantap sebagai pemimpin malah bersikap penipu.
Fakta yang sengaja disembunyikan oleh Noh adalah 5 aset milik PKNS iaitu Menara Worldwide, Kompleks PKNS Shah Alam, Kompleks PKNS Bangi, Wisma Yakin dan SACC Mall bernilai RM321 juta hanya dipindah milik kepada sebuah anak syarikat baru milik penuh PKNS iaitu Private Real Estate Company (PREC).
Namun sebaliknya, aset-aset ini masih kekal milik penuh PKNS dan tidak pernah dijual kepada pihak luar. Bagi pemain industri dibahagian korporat melihat indakan Noh Omar ini sebagai satu tindakan politik yang terdesak dan menunjukkan ‘ignorance’ Noh dalam hal-hal ekonomi dan perniagaan.
Urusan pindah milik aset-aset tersebut akan membolehkan PKNS menjana pendapatan berterusan (recurring revenue) dengan inisiatif penyelarasan aset-aset Kumpulan PKNS. Kesemua ini akan terus menjadikan PKNS berdaya saing dan merealisasikan potensi nilai aset-aset yang dimiliki.
Noh Omar sebenarnya tidak layak untuk menjadi Menteri hatta Menteri Pertanian sekalipun kerana kelemahan beliau dalam urusan pentadbiran dan pengurusan ekonomi.
Bala akan menimpa rakyat Negeri Selangor jika pemimpin sebegini diangkat menjadi Menteri Besar.
Dalam perkara yang sama, tindakan Noh ini juga mengesahkan pergelutan hebat di dalam UMNO untuk memenangi hati Perdana Menteri untuk menjadi calon Menteri Besar Selangor dalam PRU 13 yang akan datang. Kem-kem Noh, Ezam Md Noor, Khairy Jamaludin dan FD Iskandar sedang giat melobi PM.
Pergelutan ini akan berterusan menjelang PRU 13.

Saturday, October 6, 2012

No time like tomorrow

Another budget, more cash handouts and more dithering over an election date

Similarly, Mr Najib took over after an internal party coup in April 2009 against the then prime minister, Abdullah Badawi. Talk of an early election for Mr Najib to secure his own mandate first surfaced towards the end of 2010. He himself began to talk up his chances the following June. Then an election was expected towards the middle of this year. All along, Malaysia has been on an election footing, with the cautious Mr Najib ponderously cultivating the voters.

He has crafted new policies for Malaysia’s younger, unaligned citizens while giving away plenty of money to retain his party’s traditional supporters, especially among the ethnic-Malay (and Muslim) majority. In the budget in late September more cash handouts went to poorer households and a one-month salary bonus to all government workers. They usually vote for Mr Najib’s United Malays National Organisation (UMNO).

Would that there were more to show for all the shadow electioneering. Opinion polls conducted by the respected Merdeka Centre (the latest were for June) gave the prime minister an approval rating of 64%, down from the high point of his popularity in the middle of 2010. Still not bad, you might think, but the popularity of the ruling coalition, the Barisan Nasional (BN), is much lower than the prime minister’s own. So now Mr Najib’s options are diminishing fast. He is required to call an election by April at the latest. In the process he has acquired a reputation for dithering, and now has the regrettable distinction of being Malaysia’s second-longest-serving unelected prime minister, just behind his own father, the country’s second prime minister.

Given UMNO’s deep pockets and its practice of gerrymandering constituency boundaries, winning a simple majority has always looked relatively easy for Mr Najib. After all, the ruling coalition, made up of UMNO and several smaller parties, has achieved that in every election since independence in 1957. Yet Mr Najib’s real aim is to win back the two-thirds majority that the BN lost for the first time at the last election, in 2008. In so doing the BN lost its power, among other things, to tinker with the constitution. That failure led directly to the coup against Mr Badawi and the elevation of Mr Najib. The prime minister knows that if he fails to reverse the humiliation of 2008, a genuinely hard task, then he could go the same way as his predecessor. (His chief protection is that personally he remains more popular than the BN.)

Mr Najib has also been spooked by a series of political setbacks. His government mishandled a couple of huge rallies by a coalition of NGOs called Bersih (meaning “clean” in Malay) campaigning for fair elections. And poring perhaps too closely over the minutiae of local-election results, the BN has fretted over a fall in support among Chinese voters. They form the largest minority in the country’s complex ethnic mosaic.

The problem for Malaysia is that the rival parties have been at such a high pitch of combat-readiness for such a long time that the resulting partisanship is poisoning national politics. Pretty murky at the best of times, politics is becoming dirtier by the day. UMNO and its friends in the press and television have been relentless in their assaults on any organisation, such as Bersih, that is deemed to be sympathetic to the opposition. Another target has been an excellent independent website called Malaysiakini. All the old canards about these sorts of groups being in the pay of Zionists, America or George Soros, a foreign financier, have been trotted out. It is not clear whether such slanders still impress Malaysia’s voters, especially its Muslims. They are certainly a sign of desperation.

Original source here | Singapore 6 Oct 2012


In Kelantan, money does grow on trees


Oct 5: Who says money does not grow on trees? This age-old warning against extravagance appeared to be challenged by the creativity shown by 32 Buddhist monasteries in Kelantan.

The monasteries recently came together to help the PAS-led state government with the construction of the 'People's Highway', the stalled Federal government project which the state took over earlier this year.

The various Buddhist Wats creatively decorated ringgit notes of various denominations to resemble plants, and presented them to Menteri Besar Tuan Guru Nik Abdul Aziz Nik Mat at a special ceremony today (pic).

The contribution was the result of efforts by the monasteries to get the Kelantan-Siamese community involved in the construction of the RM73 million highway linking Kota Bharu and Kuala Krai.

Wat Machimaran from Tumpat presented a 'money tree' worth RM5,510 while the Keng Choo Temple in Tanah Merah handed over RM2,000, all in a compact work of art.


Phrak Khru Vithat Thammarat, the senior Buddhist monk from Wat Machimaran in Tumpat, said the donation drive was motivated by the Buddhist community's desire to do good.

“Good deeds are rewarded and bad deeds are punished. So we must together do good. Ask our teacher [Nik Aziz]. Let us not waste time talking like empty vessels," he said.

Kelantan's plan to take over the highway project had been heavily criticised by UMNO leaders, who last June organised a protest outside the state administration building in Kota Bharu, where several people turned up with spades and hoes to poke fun at the state's ability to fund the project.

The project had been proposed as early as 1986 under the 5th Malaysia Plan. When completed, the highway will boast of nine flyovers and two rest areas.

Meanwhile at the ceremony today attended by state leaders, Nik Aziz also presented land ownership approval letters to 12 Buddist Wats in Tumpat.
 
Original here  >>>
 
 
 

Thursday, October 4, 2012

Bubar SPR sebelum bubar Parlimen - SAMM



KUALA LUMPUR: Sebelum Parlimen dibubarkan, Solidariti Anak Muda Malaysia (SAMM) mendesak supaya Suruhanjaya Pilihan Raya (SPR) dibubarkan terlebih dahulu.



(Laporan akhbar Daily Ekspress yang melaporkan pengakuan pembelian Mykad)

Ini berikutan pengakuan terbuka seorang warga asing di mahkamah bahawa beliau mendapat Mykad dengan harga RM1,000.

Akhbar Daily Express bertarikh 29 September 2012 melaporkan, seorang warga asing bernama Hassannuddin Bin Manna memberitahu mahkamah bahawa dia telah membeli Mykad palsu dengan harga RM1000. 

Mahkamah juga telah memutuskan Hassannuddin didenda dan dipenjara kerana memiliki dokumen palsu, sekaligus mengesahkan Kad Pengenalan yang diperolehi Hassannuddin adalah palsu. 

"Namun setelah disemak nombor kad pengenalan milik Hassannuddin (741029125463), SAMM mendapati nombor Kad Pengenalan palsu tersebut wujud dalam pangkalan data SPR dan juga merupakan pengundi yang sah," kata Edy Noor Reduan, Pengarah Propaganda Solidariti Anak Muda Malaysia (SAMM) dalam satu kenyataannya.

SAMM sebelum ini telah membuat pendedahan kerjasama SPR dan JPN untuk menutup kerja kotor penipuan pilihanraya.

"Persoalannya, bagaimana seorang warga asing yang telah didapati bersalah oleh mahkamah kerana memiliki kad pengenalan palsu didapati layak untuk mengundi?


"Kad Penganalan yang dikenalpasti tidak sah, tetapi sah untuk mengundi mengikut bancian senarai pengundi SPR? Bagaimana ini berlaku?" soal beliau.


(Nama Hassannuddin Manna ada dalam daftar pemiolih)

Kad pengenalan ini juga didapati mempunyai rekod di JPN dengan status 'telah diambil'. 

Ini bermakna Kad Pengenalan palsu ini telah diluluskan di JPN.


rencana asal disini : 01 Okt 2012 >>



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