10 March 2014

N25 Kajang - Wan Azizah ganti Anwar...

Mahkamah Rayuan Putrajaya membenarkan penangguhan hukuman kepada Anwar  dengan jaminan RM10,000.

Sementara itu, Wan Azizah berkata, beliau berterima kasih terhadap kepercayaan yang diberikan padanya.

"Ini sesuai dengan hari wanita sedunia untuk saya bawa suara rakyat," katanya.

Sementara itu Wan Azizah dengan hati terbuka menerima  keputusan  itu dan menyifatkan ianya bertepatan dengan Hari Wanita Sedunia.

"Saya akan bawa suara rakyat dan ajak bersama-sama saya untuk menolak Umno-BN. Marilah kita bersama-sama jangan tunduk dan kita teruskan perjuangan," kata Wan Azizah.

Malah katanya, inilah waktu yang terbaik untuk bersama-sama mengangkat keadilan bagi rakyat negara ini.

Ketika diajukan soalan mengapa Setiausaha PKR Datuk Saifuddin Nasution tidak dipilih bagi menggantikan Anwar di Kajang.

"Dia lebih cenderung untuk kerja-kerja setiausaha (agung)," tambah Anwar.

Anwar turut menjelaskan beliau akan berkempen seperti biasa sebagaimana kempen yang diadakan sebelum ini.

Sehingga hari ini, PRK Kajang bakal menyaksikan pertandingan di antara calon wanita PKR dan BN. Wan Azizah akan dicabar oleh calon BN daripada MCA, Chew Mei Fun.

Dalam perkembangan berkaitan, PAS  menyokong penuh pencalonan Dr  Wan Azizah sebagai calon PKR dalam PRK Kajang.

Dalam perkembangan berkaitan, PAS  menyokong penuh pencalonan Dr  Wan Azizah sebagai calon PKR dalam PRK Kajang.

Naib Presiden PAS, Datuk Tuan Ibrahim Tuan Man yakin pengundi di Dun Kajang akan memberi mandat yang besar kepada Dr Wan Azizah bagi menyatakan sokongan dan simpati kepada tragedi malang yang  menimpa Anwar.

“Para pengundi Dun Kajang diminta menzahirkan bantahan dan tekanan kepada BN yang menggunakan mahkamah bagi menghalang Datuk Seri Anwar daripada dicalonkan di Kajang,” tegas beliau.- malaysiakini/harakahdaily

Wan Azizah to replace Anwar in Kajang...

PKR today announced party president Dr Wan Azizah Wan Ismail as its new candidate for the Kajang by-election.
Wan Azizah will replace her husband Anwar Ibrahim, the PKR de facto leader, who was initially the party's candidate for the by-election, but is now disqualified from contesting following his five-year jail sentence for sodomy handed on Friday.

This was announced by Anwar at a press conference in Kajang this afternoon, who temporarily remains a free man after being granted a stay of execution by the Court of Appeal.

"As the judiciary was manipulated by Umno to prevent me from contesting, therefore PKR, in consultation with DAP and PAS, would like to announce the candidate (for Kajang) is Wan Azizah Wan Ismail," said Anwar.
The announcement was preceded by a solemn message for the families of 239 passengers on flight MH370 that went missing over the Vietnamese coast yesterday.

Speaking up for women
In her acceptance speech, Wan Azizah said her nomination was fitting of International Women's Day which was yesterday.
"I am thankful for the trust and responsibility given to me and it is fitting for International Women's Day.
"I call on all the rakyat to join me in sending a strong message that we cannot continue to be oppressed by injustices," she said.
Wan Azizah denied being a seat warmer for Anwar, stressing that she represented the values of the party as well as women.
Prior to the general election, it was speculated that Wan Azizah may contest a state seat in Selangor but this eventually fizzled out.
After the Court of Appeal sentenced Anwar to five years in jail on Friday, he had announced that 12 names were being short listed as his replacement in Kajang.

'Pakatan endorses Wan Azizah'
Among the front runner was rumoured to be PKR secretary-general Saifuddin Nasution, who was also present at the press conference.
Asked why Saifuddin was ultimately not nominated, Anwar said: "I was keen to have Saifuddin but he was reluctant and wanted to (continue as PKR) secretary-general.
"And in light of the current circumstances, Azizah was the suitable candidate - he (Saifuddin) was firm and adamant about that," he said.
Nomination day for the Kajang polls is fixed on March 11 and polling day will happen on March 23.
PKR deputy president Azmin Ali was notably absent at the announcement.
Also at the press conference were DAP supremo Lim Kit Siang and PAS' central committee member Dr Hatta Ramli.
The duo endorsed Wan Azizah's candidacy and expressed hope she can defeat BN's Chew Mei Fun by a larger majority, and if possible cost the ruling coalition its deposit.
They also expressed condolences to relatives of passengers on flight MH370 and urge the government to provide accurate information to the public.- malaysiakini

Malaysians shell-shocked over Sodomy II decision...

The judiciary did it!!! The Court of Appeal did not disappoint sceptical Malaysians who have always viewed the judiciary with suspicion. This guilty verdict was predicted even before the case appeared in the Court of Appeal.

Umno would be happy that Anwar was finally stopped from contesting in the Kajang by-election. What they could not achieve politically has now been realised through the judiciary.

The guilty verdict was delivered late and Anwar was sentenced to five years jail; nevertheless, a stay of execution was granted pending appeal with bail of RM10,000.

This may rule out Anwar from filing his nomination papers on Tuesday. But if Anwar presents the nomination papers on the day, which he is entitled to under the constitution, the Election Commission may not exercise its judicial discretion to allow him to contest.

The majority of Malaysians will have to endure this unjust and unfair outcome, which would kill off Anwar’s political career. But they must never, ever lose hope that perhaps this is what we needed to finally convince us that it is truly time to get rid of this corruption-ridden BN that has destroyed all that we value and love.

This burden of responsibility will begin in Kajang when polling takes place on March 23. Malaysian citizens in Kajang must reflect the abhorrence felt to the BN rule by overwhelmingly voting for the Opposition candidate whoever that may be.

Let this by-election be a referendum on Najib’s leadership and a public censure against BN’s policies. Let’s make it abundantly clear that we are opposed to the BN’s leadership and its divide-and-rule policies.

Napoleon remarked, “To be just is not simply doing right, the governed must be convinced that it is right”.

As far as caring Malaysians are concerned, what was done was not right and we are not convinced that it was so.- malaysiakini

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Di Seberang Jaya,P.Pinang...

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Photo: Biar gambar berbicara!!
Di Kajang...

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