31 December 2013

Depa dah TURUN...

A masked man protesting the increase in the cost of living at Dataran Square, Kuala Lumpur. - The Malaysian Insider pic by Afif Abd Halim, December 31, 2013.


 Turun Bantah diambang 2014 laporan live sini dan sini...

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Amar Singh: Saya tak dak cakap itu NGO mau kasi bom...

Timbalan ketua polis Kuala Lumpur Datuk Amar Singh Ishar Singh berkata beliau tidak pernah menyebut bahawa empat NGO yang mendalangi perhimpunan membantah kenaikan kenaikan kos sara hidup pada 31 Disember merancang untuk membuat pengeboman pada malam sambutan tahun baru itu.

Laporan Utusan Malaysia yang memetik kenyataan Amar Singh menyebut, pegawai polis itu menjelaskan bahawa risiko pengeboman tersebut mungkin dibuat oleh peserta lain.

“Ketika sidang akhbar, saya menyebut tentang empat NGO itu dikenalpasti akan hadir dan berhimpun di situ. Perhimpunan itu pula salah di sisi undang-undang dan mereka tidak dibenarkan berhimpun kerana tidak memohon sebarang permit.

“Kenyataan saya tentang ancaman bom dan senjata berbahaya itu tidak menjurus kepada NGO terbabit sebaliknya berdasarkan kenyataan yang dikeluarkan oleh individu di laman Facebook sebelum ini,” katanya seperti dipetik akhbar tersebut. Baca seterusnya di sini.


 
Jika kita TAKUT maka mereka pun BERANI.Jika kita BERANI maka mereka lagi BACUL.

Hahaha..timbalan ketua polis KL tidak gentar..jika tidak gentar kenapa nafikan?

Cops deny claiming anti-price hike NGOs plan bombings

Tiba-tiba Najib umumkan langkah penjimatan. Kalau rakyat tak bising, ada semua ni nak difikirkan kerajaan BN? Kami mahu beban rakyat dikurangkan oleh kerajaan dengan menurunkan harga barang keperluan, bukan kurangkan elaun Menteri pasai kalu engko hapuskan elaun Menteri sekali pun, Menteri boleh dapat duit dari sumber2 lain dan dengan cara apa saja...anda pikiaq2lah dari sumber mana dengan cara apa. Baca di sini.

Najib trims ministerial entertainment allowances...

Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak will reduce the entertainment allowance of ministers, deputy ministers and top government officers by 10 percent.

According to Bernama, Najib said this policy is among 11 new measures that are to be introduced to reduce public sector expenditure.

The new policy will be implemented on Jan 1, 2014.


Other measures include:
  • Limiting civil servants below the grade of Jusa C to economy class on domestic flights;
     
  • Reducing electricity cost for all government premises by five percent;
     
  • Freezing fresh applications for renovation of government offices;
     
  • Tightening the appointment procedure for government consultants;
     
  • Cutting down on the use of event management companies and the giving of door gifts and souvenirs;
     
  • Cutting down on food and beverages, buntings and banners at government functions; and
     
  • Utilising the 1Malaysia Training Centre (1MTC) for training sessions and seminars.
These austerity measures were announced just a day before tomorrow's scheduled demonstration at Dataran Merdeka against government policies that have led to a recent rise in prices of essential goods.

Najib's Facebook page has also been recently inundated with messages condemning his government for failing to keep a lid on inflation and its expenditures.

Following Pak Lah's playbook?

It is believed that this is Najib's first ever austerity drive, but it appears reminiscent of measures announced by his predecessor Abdullah Ahmad Badawi in June 2008.

In fact, many of these measures such as trimming ministerial entertainment allowances, freezing of renovation work for government buildings, limiting travel perks for civil servants and limiting government functions to government facilities were announced by Abdullah before.

These measures - intended to reduce government expenditure by RM2 billion - were introduced after the Abdullah administration raised fuel prices shortly after the 12th general election.

Abdullah's austerity drive did not do much to save his career. He was ousted in a complicated succession plan and replaced by Najib.

As for Najib, he had raised fuel and sugar prices immediately after the 13th general election, which has led to a spiraling inflationary effect.

Next year, the costs of more essential goods and services - among others, highway toll charges, electricity and public transport fares - are scheduled to go up.

Currently, several civil society groups and opposition parties are planning a drawn-out campaign against the government's subsidy removal policies, culminating in the protest against the goods and services tax (GST), scheduled for May 1.

However, the government's response is that its opponents are moving to hold a Arab Spring-type of demonstration tomorrow, which is aimed at creating chaos to topple BN in Putrajaya.

However, critics have pointed out that there has been no concrete proof of this and have accused the federal government of trying to create a diversion from public anger over the rising cost of living.-malaysiakini



HOTLINE JUHAM KALU KENA TANGKAP DI HIMPUNAN TURUN...

JUHAM menyediakan 3 talian Hotline berikut bagi memudahkan urusan kepada sesiapa yang ditahan atau ditangkap sebelum, semasa atau selepas himpunan TURUN pada 31.12.2013.

016 6341133
016 6
345544
016 6346633


Untuk panduan kepada sesiapa yang ditahan atau ditangkap atau yang mengetahui orang sekeliling yang ditangkap, adalah dinasihatkan supaya menghantar SMS sahaja kepada kami bagi mengelakkan kesesakkan talian telefon dengan menyertakan butiran berikut.

1. Nama penuh
2. Nombor kad pengenalan
3. Nombor telefon
4. Lokasi tangkapan
5. Lokasi di bawa.


Talian Hotline JUHAM akan diaktifkan bermula pada 31.12.2013 jam 12.00 tengahari.

Sekian untuk makluman.

Yang Benar.
Noorazmir Zakaria
Pengarah JUHAM
Dewan Pemuda Pas Malaysia.


Ingat2 jangan gigit tangan yang suap hangpa...

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cheers.