27 October 2014

Lebih daripada 4,000 masuk UM setelah pintu pagar terbuka & lampu padam...

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Suasana di pintu masuk pintu masuk UM...

Siswa, penyokong Anwar rempuh pintu UM...

Ribuan mahasiswa dan penyokong PKR merempuh pintu pagar Universiti Malaya membolehkan mereka memasuki kampus itu bagi mengikuti pidato Ketua Umum PKR Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim.

Mereka merempuh pintu pagar Kuala Lumpur yang berkunci dan dirantai oleh pihak keselamatan sambil melaungkan "buka, buka" dan kemudiannya memasuki kawasan kampus.

Kemudian, mereka berhentikan berarak ke Dewan Tunku Canselor kira-kira 200 meter dari pintu pagar bagi menunggu ketibaan Anwar.

Sementara itu, kira-kira jam 9.40 malam Anwar bersama keluarganya sampai dengan menaiki sebuah pacuan empat roda dan mereka mula berarak ke Dewan Tunku Canselor.

Menyampaikan ucapan atas pacuan empat roda itu di depan dewan itu, Presiden Persatuan Mahasiswa Universiti Malaya Fahmi Zainol mencerita sejarah perjuangan mahasiswa UM untuk rakyat.

Beliau juga bersedia berdepan tindakan displin daripada pentadbiran universiti selepas ini. 



Prof Madya Dr Azmi Sharom turut sama kelihatan cuba berunding dengan pengawal agar mereka dibenarkan masuk ke dalam universiti. – Gambar The Malaysian Insider oleh Afif Abd Halim, 27 Oktober, 2014.
Prof Madya Dr Azmi Sharom turut sama kelihatan cuba berunding dengan pengawal agar mereka dibenarkan masuk ke dalam universiti. 

"Saya tahu pihak UM marah dengan saya. Saya sedia menerima hukuman termasuk dibuang universiti," katanya.

Kemudian, Anwar pula memulakan ucapannya dengan mempersoal pentadbiran kampus mahu menghalang beliau berucap di kampus itu

"Saya dihina dan dikeji 16 tahun. Apa salah saya datang bercakap di sini?" katanya sambil mengucap terima kasih dan tahniah kepada Fahmi dan pelajar UM.

Dalam ucapannya juga Anwar yang juga ketua pembangkang berharap pertuduhan berhubung kes liwat terhadapnya dilucutkan

"Saya wajib dibebaskan dengan menggunakan undang-undang hak asasi yang ada. Sheikh Al-Qardawi utus kenyataan kepada Anwar supaya lucutkan pertuduhan ke atas saya.

"Saya masih menaruh harapan hakim lucutkan pertuduhan kepada saya," katanya sambil memuji Fahmi Zainol kerana memilih untuk melawan.

MP Permatang Pauh itu juga menyifatkan para mahasiswa sebagai "suara kesedaran" kerana berani menentang ketidakadilan.

Menyimpulkan ucapannya, kira-kira jam 10.30 malam, bekas timbalan perdana menteri itu memegang dan mengangkat tangan Fahmi sambil menyifatkannya sebagai harapan negara.

Peserta kemudiannya mulai bersurai dan kebanyakan mereka mengekori pacuan empat roda ke pintu pagar Kuala Lumpur

Sebelum itu, keadaan hujan rintik-rintik mereka berkumpul di situ memandangkan pihak keselamatan kampus menutup pintu masuk ke kampus perdana untuk sebarang lalu lintas.

Ada juga di kalangan mereka membuka payung masing-masing.

Pentadbiran kampus itu tidak membenarkan pidato anjuran Persatuan Mahasiswa Universiti Malaya itu kerana tiada permohonan dibuat.

Antara pemimpin yang dilihat hadir MP Petaling Jaya Selatan Hee Loy Sean bersama beberapa penyokong PKR menaiki sebuah kereta dan  memasang sistem audio.

Turut kelihatan ADUN Kuala Sepetang Chua Yee Ling, ADUN Rawang Gan Pei Nie, Ketua Solidariti Anak Muda Malaysia Badrul Hisham Shahrin, aktivis siswa Safwan Anang dan pensyarah Dr Azmi Sharom sebagai pemantau.

Mahasiswa dan penyokong Anwar turut melaungkan "student power" dan "hidup rakyat" sambil meminta pihak keselamatan membuka pintu pagar.

Ini kerana kelihatan sekumpulan pelajar dilarang meninggalkan kawasan kampus menyebabkan siswa yang di luar pintu pagar melaungkan:

"Lepaskan mereka, mereka juga mahu bersama dengan kami," kata mereka.

Pelajar yang awalnya dilarang keluar bagaimanapun dilepaskan selepas perbincangan diadakan. - mk


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Anwar jelaskan mengapa dia sanggup masuk penjara...

Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim addresses the crowd that has gathered at Universiti Malaya to hear him speak. – TMI/Afif Abd Halim pic, October 27, 2014.
Students storm locked UM gates for Anwar talk...

More than a thousand students and activists stormed Universiti Malaya's Kuala Lumpur gate to attend a talk by Opposition Leader Anwar Ibrahim there.

The students broke the gate, which was locked and chained by the university security personnel, while chanting "Buka, buka" (Open, open).

They then started marching to Dewan Tunku Canselor, where the talk that has been barred by UM is scheduled to be held.

The students marched alongside Anwar, who arrived at 9.40pm on a four-wheel drive vehicle with his family.

Speaking from the vehicle in front of Dewan Tunku Canselor, UM student council president Fahmi Zainol.

"I know UM is angry with me. I am willing to face disciplinary action, including expulsion from university," he said.

UM had earlier threatened the expel him, after the council refused to cancel the event.

Anwar meanwhile, started his speech by questioning his alma mater's decision to block him from speaking.

"I have been derided and maligned for 16 years. What's wrong with me speaking here?" he asked.

UM student affairs department had at 6pm today sent an email to students barring them from the talk titled 'Anwar Ibrahim: 40 Years from UM to Prison' organised by the student council.

Security had locked the gates and blocked entrance to the campus to all non-Universiti Malaya staff and students.

As a result, students on campus are barred from joining the crowd outside.

Spotted among the crowd is UM law lecturer Azmi Sharom, who said he is there as an observer. 


Anwar's final appeal against his Sodomy II charge will begin in the Federal Court in Putrajaya tomorrow. If he does not win his appeal, he will be sent to jail.

The one-time deputy prime minister has, prior to this, spent six years in prison for sodomy and corruption, but was released in 2004 when then corruption charges were overturned.


'Good sign for democracy'

Meanwhile, in Petaling Jaya, PKR deputy president Azmin Ali said the students' courage in standing up to university officials is a "good sign for the country to achieve democracy".

He was echoed by civil society group Negara-Ku patron Ambiga Sreenevasan (right) who said when youths stand up for their rights, it is a signal of "real change".

She said that the government likes to use "chaos" as an excuse for not exacting change, like not fulfilling its promise to repeal the Sedition Act.

Snidely, she said other "create" chaos by storming legislative assemblies and threatening to burn holy books so it seems that repressive laws are needed.

"Has there any chaos in this country? The answer is no. Only the government is using this line. If there is no chaos, there is no justification for sedition act."

The launch of the book 'Detention without Trial: The Ugly Side of the Draconian Law', on Saari's time detained under the Internal Security Act was also attended by PAS deputy president Mohamad Sabu and DAP secretary-general Lim Guan Eng.

Anwar was due to attend the event in Petaling Jaya, which is also a fundraising dinner for Gerakan Hapus Akta Hasutan (GHAH), but was represented by daughter and PKR veep Nurul Izzah Anwar instead.

Instead, the Permatang Pauh MP attended a rally in Stadium Mini 3k in Subang Jaya which attracted about 600 supporters.

Speaking at the rally, DAP's Subang Jaya assemblyperson Hannah Yeoh said that sending Anwar to jail for another five years for sodomy is not justice served.

In comparison, she said that former Selangor Menteri Besar Mohd Khir Toyo was sentenced to 12 months in jail for corruption.

"Even if Anwar goes to jail, the struggle does not end here. You put one person in jail, 10,000 will rise up."

Anwar's final appeal against his Sodomy II charge will begin in the Federal Court in Putrajaya tomorrow. If he does not win his appeal, he will be sent to jail.
The one-time deputy prime minister has, prior to this, spent six years in prison for sodomy and corruption, but was released in 2004 when then corruption charges were overturned.- mk








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Akhbar2 penjilat bontot UMNO cakap 50 orang saja tunggu letibaan Anwar...

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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Oh my university be a university spiritually and bodily. They are sane people.