27 June 2013

Bila Anwar memperlekeh Annuar...

Keghairahan Ahli Parlimen Ketereh, Tan Sri Annuar Musa mencelah ketika perbahasan Titah Yang di-Pertuan Agong oleh Ketua Pembangkang, Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim, akhirnya terkena diri sendiri.

Beliau pada mulanya bangkit mempersoal ketidaksepakatan Pakatan Rakyat ekoran gagal mengemukakan satu logo mewakili ketiga-tiga parti dalam PRU13 lalu.


Bagaimanapun dakwaan beliau itu terus dibantah oleh beberapa ahli parlimen Pakatan Rakyat termasuklah Ahli Parlimen Kuala Langat, Abdullah Sani, Ahli Parlimen Petaling Jaya Utara, Tony Pua, dan Ahli Parlimen Sepang, Hanipa Maidin.

Mereka mengutuk Annuar Musa kerana tidak mendapatkan maklumat yang betul sebelum membuat tuduhan.

Sehubungan itu, Anwar menyindir Annuar yang hanya mendapat maklumat daripada Utusan Malaysia.

"Yang Berhormat Ketereh ambil maklumat daripada Utusan!

"Dua tahun setengah Pakatan Rakyat mengemukakan pendaftaran Pakatan Rakyat sebagai satu parti, sampai sekarang tidak diluluskan," tegas Anwar sambil menepuk meja dan diikuti tepukan barisan ahli parlimen Pakatan Rakyat.

Bagaimanapun Annuar kelihatan tersengih-tersengih setelah diejek oleh barisan ahli parlimen Pakatan Rakyat.

Sebelum itu, Annuar beberapa kali bangun mencelah dan beliau kelihatan seperti tidak berpuas hati dengan Anwar Ibrahim.-harakahdaily



 Dua menteri miliki ijazah palsu...

DAP hari ini mendakwa dua menteri kabinet memiliki sijil ijazah yang palsu.

MP Serdang Ong Kian Ming mendakwa, kedua-dua menteri tersebut memperolehi ijazah dari "kilang ijazah" di Preston dan Wyoming, Amerika Syarikat.

"Adakah ini transformasi apabila ada dua menteri yang mempunyai tanggungjawab yang besar terhadap  pembangunan modal insan dalam negara kita?

"Ia sangat mengecewakan kerana pada hari pertama Parlimen bersidang, rakyat Malaysia perlu menerima hakikat yang Perdana Menteri Datuk Seri Najib Razak telah melantik dua menteri yang memiliki ijazah palsu daripada institusi yang menjadi pengilang ijazah," katanya dalam sidang media di Dewan Rakyat hari ini.

Ong mendakwa, seorang dari menteri tersebut memiliki ijazah bacelor dari Chartered Institute of Business Administration (Ireland), Teoranta dan ijazah sarjana dalam pentadbiran perniagaan dari Preston University.


Katanya, beliau tidak menemui apa-apa laman web yang dimiliki Chartered Institute of Business Administration Ireland.

Preston Universiti pula sememangnya dikenali sebagai universiti yang palsu, dakwanya.

Seorang lagi menteri berkenaan, dakwanya memiliki ijazah kedoktoran dalam pentadbiran perniagaan dari Golden State University di Wyoming.

Menteri tersebut juga memiliki ijazah sarjana dalam pentadbiran perniagaan dari Universiti Terbuka Komanwel yang berpusat di kepulauan Virgin, dalam jajahan Britain, dakwanya. 

"Kedua-dua institusi ini disenaraikan sebagai universiti yang tidak tidak bertauliah dan ijazah yang tidah sah oleh kerajaan negeri Oregon dan Maine," katanya.

Sehubungan itu, Ong berkata, kedua-dua menteri tersebut perlu meletakkan jawatan bagi melindungi integriti dan kredibiliti kabinet yang diketuai oleh Najib.-malaysiakini

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Two ministers have 'fake' degrees...

Two cabinet ministers have “fake” degrees, DAP’s Serdang MP Ong Kian Ming has alleged.

Speaking to reporters during a press conference outside the Dewan Rakyat today, Ong said that the two ministers have degrees from degree mill universities in Preston and Wyoming, both in the United States.

NONE“Therefore, to entrust two ministers with serious responsibilities on human capital development is most ironic for a prime minister who has made transformation as his clarion call,” he said.

Ong (right) said that it is "disappointing" that Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak has appointed two Ministers with two "dodgy" degrees each from institutions which are alleged "degree mills".

According to Ong, one minister holds a Bachelor's Degree from Chartered Institute of Business Administration (Ireland), Teoranta and a Masters in Business Administration in Preston University.

"Not only could we not find any website belonging to Chartered Institute of Business Administration (Ireland), Preston University is a well-known bogus university," he claimed.

The other minister, he claimed, holds a Doctor in Business Administration from the Golden State University in Wyoming.

'Unauthorised schools, invalid degrees'

Ong claimed that second minister had obtained his Masters in Business Administration (MBA) from the Commonwealth Open University which is based in the British Virgin Islands.

"Both of these institutions are listed down as unauthorised schools and invalid degrees by the state governments of Oregon and Maine in the United States," he said.

Ong said that the both these ministers must immediately be asked to resign by Najib in order to protect the "integrity and credibility" of Najib's cabinet.

NONEIn an immediate reaction, Human Resources Minister Richard Riot (left) - one of those named by Ong as being a minister with a 'fake' degree - has refuted the allegations by the DAP parliamentarian.

"As a responsible minister, I am duty bound to explain. I strongly rebut this statement," he said at a press conference in the parliament lobby.

He added that he had acquired his degrees from the University of Hertfordshire, London, and not where Ong had claimed.

Viewing the allegation as "serious" and "defamatory", Richard noted that as the statement was made outside of Dewan Rakyat, he is instructing his lawyers to look into the matter.

Asked if he is going to sue Ong, Richard only said that he is "leaving it to my lawyers".

Malaysiakini is withholding the name of the other minister pending their reply regarding the allegation.


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By-election critical for Pakatan, says Anwar...

The looming by-election for the Kuala Besut state seat in Terengganu is "critical" for Pakatan Rakyat, Opposition Leader Anwar Ibrahim said today.

NONESpeaking to reporters outside the Dewan Rakyat today, Anwar, however, noted the challenge that would await Pakatan in order to wrestle the state seat away from Umno, as the late Umno assemblyperson, Dr A Rahman Mokhtar (left), had won the seat in the May 5 general election with a 2,434-vote majority against PAS' Napisah Ismail.

"Umno has a pretty impressive majority for the seat, but I'm sure PAS and PKR will work together to challenge for this seat," he said.

When asked whether it was too soon to talk about a by-election given that Rahman had only passed away early this morning, Anwar agreed but at the same time stressed that the seat was up for grabs.

"Yes, yes, it is (too soon). I wish my condolences and hope his soul is blessed. But there is a seat that is empty.


"I'm sure PAS will have a meeting soon to decide about this matter," he added.

Should Pakatan Rakyat win this state seat, it could lead to a hung state assembly in Terrengganu.

Currently, BN has 17 seats to Pakatan's 15 in the state.-malaysiakini




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