18 March 2015

Nurul Izzah saja kena,Mail Sabri & Mashitah cam mano...


Angkatan Belia Islam Malaysia (Abim) mengecam penahanan Nurul Izzah Anwar di bawah Akta Hasutan 1948 yang tersasar dari landasan keadilan dan adalah pencabulan keterlaluan terhadap proses demokrasi di Malaysia.

Presidennya, Amidi Abdul Manan berkata penahanan sedemikian menggambarkan bahawa Nurul Izzah adalah seorang penjenayah yang berbahaya, berkemungkinan untuk melarikan diri dan tidak bertanggungjawab.

"Langkah beliau yang secara berani menyahut notis panggilan ke Balai Polis Dang Wangi berkaitan himpunan Kita Lawan langsung tidak dihargai pihak polis," katanya dalam satu kenyataan.

Tambahnya, ia sekaligus menggambarkan kerakusan dan sikap angkuh pihak berkuasa terhadap seorang yang secara jelas memberikan kerjasama bagi membantu siasatan.

Katanya, persoalan layanan yang berbeza-beza di bawah akta yang sama juga amat memalukan.

"Kenapa langkah yang serupa tidak dibuat kepada YB Datuk Ismail Sabri dan Datuk Dr Mashitah Ibrahim?" tanya beliau.

Katanya, kenyataan mereka yang dibuat di luar parlimen, tanpa sebarang rakaman tidak perlu direman berbanding dengan kenyataan Nurul Izzah yang dibuat di dalam Parlimen dan dirakam melalui hansard Parlimen.

"Adakah ia terlalu rumit sehingga memerlukan tempoh reman ditambah?" soalnya lagi.

Justeru, ujar beliau ruang bersuara di Parlimen harus dihormati dan dibezakan dengan ucapan awam atau kenyataan di luar Parlimen.

Menurutnya, Parlimen adalah medan seorang wakil rakyat menyatakan sikap dan pendirian berprinsip mewakili rakyat yang memilihnya.

"Jika perkara-perkara berkaitan institusi dalam negara tidak boleh disentuh walaupun di dalam Dewan Rakyat atau Dewan Negara, maka timbul persoalan, di manakah perkara ini boleh diutarakan sedangkan Dewan Rakyat adalah satu korum yang sah dan mempunyai legitimasi tersendiri, dipelihara oleh Perlembagaan Persekutuan," katanya lagi.

Sehubungan itu, Abim menggesa agar pihak polis melepaskan Ahli Parlimen Lembah Pantai itu dari tahanan reman berpilih yang amat memalukan.

"Tindakan 'pendek akal' ini adalah satu provokatif yang boleh membuatkan rakyat semakin muak dan sekaligus serik untuk memberikan kerjasama kepada pihak berkuasa.

"Elemen-elemen provokatif seumpama ini harus dielakkan bagi memastikan keamanan Malaysia terpelihara," ujarnya. - harakahdaily

After Izzah, cops to quiz Nuha next...

Opposition Leader Anwar Ibrahim's second daughter, Nurul Nuha, is being sought by the police hours after her elder sister Nurul Izzah was released from detention.

Nurul Nuha told Malaysiakini that police approached her while she was at the Dang Wangi district police headquarters and informed her that they need to have her statement recorded.

"I was approached by them (police). They will inform (my lawyer) when they want me to head over to the police station," she said.

She added that the police wanted to question her on the March 7 Kita Lawan rally but no further details were provided.

Nurul Nuha has been at the forefront of the March 2 Freedom campaign to lobby for Anwar's release and has been a regular face at the Kita Lawan rally series every Saturday.

This comes as police arrest another PKR activist, S Jayathas, when he went to the Dang Wangi district police headquarters to give a statement on the rally.

"Based on information from his lawyer, he is likely to be released today," PKR said in an email.

Jayathas is the 10th person to be arrested over the rally, after Nurul Izzah yesterday.

Nurul Izzah was arrested over the rally and a speech by her father, which she read in the Dewan Rakyat o March 11 last week.

Former Kulim Bandar Bahru MP Zulkifli Noordin lodged a report against Nurul Izzah claiming that the speech was seditious.

The speech among others criticised the judges who convicted and sentenced Anwar to five years' jail on Feb 10.

Nurul Izzah was arrested despite voluntarily going to the Dang Wangi police district headquarters to have her statements recorded. - mk




Malaysian politics are moving down a dark path. A month after the country's highest court upheld the conviction of opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim on trumped-up charges of sodomy, police on Monday arrested Mr. Anwar’s daughter for violating the Sedition Act, a colonial-era law increasingly used to chill political debate.

Nurul Izzah Anwar’s apparent offense was to criticize the judiciary last week in Parliament, where she is opposition vice president. In addition to reading a statement from her father condemning his trial as a political conspiracy, Ms. Nurul Izzah condemned Malaysia’s Federal Court for “bowing to political masters” and being “partners in a crime that contributed to the death of a free judiciary.”

Western diplomats have also criticized her father’s prosecution. “The decision to prosecute Mr. Anwar, and his trial, have raised serious concerns regarding the rule of law and the independence of the courts,” the U.S. State Department said last month.

Mr. Anwar was convicted on similar sodomy charges in 1999, only to have the conviction overturned after six years in prison. This time his accuser met with senior government officials—including Prime Minister Najib Razak, then the deputy prime minister—days before the alleged incident, but judges blocked Mr. Anwar’s lawyers from questioning those involved.

Mr. Anwar is 67, so a five-year prison sentence and additional five-year ban from politics could end his career. His multireligious coalition won 53% of the popular vote in 2013 but never took power from the ruling United Malays National Organization (UMNO), which has controlled Malaysia during its nearly six decades since independence.

The persecution of the Anwar family is a further blot on UMNO’s reputation. Mr. Najib promised to repeal the Sedition Act in 2012 but has since used it against more than a dozen opposition politicians, academics and even cartoonists such as Zulkiflee Anwar Ulhaque, known as Zunar. In November he proposed strengthening the law with new provisions “to protect the sanctity of Islam and other religions.”

Creeping authoritarianism won’t slow UMNO’s rising unpopularity among young people, urbanites and ethnic minorities. Nor will it help Malaysia’s ties with the U.S., which are important for combating terrorism; Malaysian police arrested 19 Islamic State supporters plotting attacks around Kuala Lumpur last year. Nurul Izzah Anwar and Anwar Ibrahim should be released for their own sake and that of a democracy sliding into repression.- The Wall Street Journal


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Apa kegilaan ini pada ketika rakyat berdepan dengan Kelantan yg pemulihannya masih lagi belum selesai, ramai lagi yang duduk dalam khemah.. kita yang ada YAB Perdana Menteri naik taraf jet peribadi sedangkan sudah ada 6 kapal terbang utk digunakan.. -Rafizi Ramli

New jet to cost gov't half-a-billion ringgit...

The new executive jet ordered by the government, which PKR alleges is for the exclusive use of Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak, is costing the government RM465 million in hire-purchase costs, PKR secretary-general Rafizi Ramli claimed today.

At a press conference in Parliament, Rafizi showed reporters the purported hire-purchase document for the new Airbus ACJ320 jet from aircraft leasing company Jet Premier One.

The documentation states the cost of the jet would be RM465.4 million over a span of 15 years.

The document - which Rafizi said is part of a larger agreement yet to be revealed by him - also says the lease rental comes to RM399 million, the entry-into-service cost is RM1 million and pre-delivery payment, RM65 million.

This means the government had paid a total deposit of US$20 million for the jet, Rafizi said.

Rafizi also revealed that the government will pay RM 2.217 million a month over 15 years to service the hire-purchase.

Meanwhile, Rafizi also asked the government not to use Yang di-Pertuan Agong’s “good name” to justify the purchase of the jet.

He challenged the PM to detail all the jets owned by the government and also details over who have been using the jets for official trips in recent times.

He was referring to an explanation by the Prime Minister’s Office yesterday that the new jet was brought for the use of the ruler. - mk


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