24 March 2015

Orang jahat bawa atuk ke mahkamah & Jet peribadi - Macam cerita Scorpene aje...

Reformasi, cries Anwar's 3 year-old grandson...

Chants of "Reformasi" and "Lawan tetap Lawan" are common whenever Anwar Ibrahim is present.

But at the Kuala Lumpur Syariah Court of Appeal today, the chants came from a child, the opposition leader's three-year-old grandson.

Upon hearing this, Anwar could not resist smiling. He then approached the boy and carried him.

Even in his grandfather's embrace, the toddler, believed to be the son of Nurul Nuha, continued to chant the slogans much to the amusement of all those present outside the courtroom.


Speaking to reporters, Anwar, who is serving a five-year prison sentence, said he has been spending a lot of time reading in his cell.

"I finished reading the Quran twice. I also read William Shakespeare and Bertrand Russell's 'A History of Western Philosophy'," he said before being escorted out by prison authorities.

This was Anwar's second appearance in court after the Federal Court upheld his sodomy conviction on Feb 10.

He seemed to be in high spirits when he met his family, including his wife Dr Wan Azizah Wan Ismail. He chatted with them for about 10 minutes.

The opposition leader was accompanied by about 10 Prison Department officers.

Earlier, before the start of today's proceedings, one of Anwar's lawyer had asked the prison officers, who were carrying firearms, to leave to court room, to which the judges agreed. - mk


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Sebelum ini, saya telah mendedahkan kos sebanyak RM465 juta yang akan ditanggung oleh Kerajaan Persekutuan selama 15 tahun untuk membayar pembelian jet peribadi baru ACJ320. Saya juga telah mendedahkan kos naiktaraf kabin sebanyak RM28 juta yang telah dimasukkan di dalam harga keseluruhan jet peribadi ini. Sehingga kini, tidak ada satu penafian pun dari Perdana Menteri mengenai maklumat kos ini.

Saya ingin menyatakan pada hari ini bahawa kos RM465 juta itu sebenarnya lebih tinggi dari harga sebenar yang sepatutnya ditanggung oleh Kerajaan Persekutuan jika jet peribadi ACJ320 itu dibeli terus oleh Kerajaan Persekutuan tanpa melalui syarikat swasta.


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Malangnya, Kerajaan Persekutuan telah menggunakan khidmat sebuah syarikat swasta iaitu Jet Premier One (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd (“JPO”) untuk membeli jet peribadi ACJ320 yang kemudiannya dijual pula kepada Kerajaan Persekutuan.

Maklumat harga dan nilai pasaran jet peribadi ACJ320 ini boleh diperolehi dari perunding penerbangan antarabangsa iaitu Ascend Flight Global Consultancy. Maklumat mengenai takrifan dan kaedah penilaian harga sesebuah jet atau helicopter boleh diperolehi di lamannya iaitu http://www.ascendworldwide.com/2014/03/the-ascend-approach-to-aircraft-valuation.html

Dalam siasatan oleh National Oversight & Whistleblowers (NOW) mengenai kes ini, NOW telah berjaya mendapatkan nilaian harga semasa jet peribadi ACJ320 ini seperti yang dipaparkan di laman Ascend Flight Global Consultancy seperti berikut (capaian kepada maklumat ini hanya terhad kepada syarikat atau individu yang melanggan khidmat Ascend):

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Berdasarkan maklumat dari Ascend Flight Global Consultancy ini, nilaian harga ACJ320 oleh Ascend Flight Global Consultancy adalah seperti berikut:

1. Harga pasaran (“half life market value”) berdasarkan urusniaga terkini bagi jet sama model dan sama umur – USD70.4 juta atau RM246.4 juta (pada kadar tukaran RM3.50 kepada USD1)

2. Harga asas (“half life base value”) berdasarkan nilai ekonomi yang boleh dijana oleh jet sama model dan sama umur – USD62.86 juta atau RM220 juta

Ini bermakna harga sebenar jet peribadi ACJ320 ini adalah di antara RM220 juta hingga RM246 juta.

Melalui salinan perjalinan jual beli di antara JPO dan Air Luther AG, saya boleh mengesahkan bahawa JPO bersetuju membayar USD89 juta iaitu USD19 juta lebih mahal dari harga maksima mengikut nilaian semasa. Dari harga USD89 juta itu, USD8 juta adalah bagi naiktaraf kabin seperti yang saya dedahkan semalam dan baki USD11 juta (bersamaan RM39 juta) adalah bayaran yang melebihi harga pasaran semasa.

Tidak cukup dengan pembayaran yang melebihi harga pasaran ini, JPO kemudiannya menjual pula jet peribadi ACJ320 ini pada harga sewa beli yang menyebabkan Kerajaan Malaysia terpaksa membayar lebih tinggi dari kos sekiranya ia membeli sendiri jet peribadi tanpa melalui JPO.

Dengan menggunakan harga ACJ320 pada USD89 juta seperti yang dijual oleh Air Luther AG, sekiranya Kerajaan Persekutuan membeli sendiri jet peribadi ini terus dari Air Luther AG, jumlah bayaran bagi tempoh 15 tahun pada kadar faedah 4% setahun (iaitu kadar pinjaman yang biasa dibuat oleh Kerajaan Persekutuan) adalah RM395 juta.

Jumlah ini adalah RM70 juta lebih murah dari jumlah perjanjian sewa beli di antara Kerajaan Persekutuan dan JPO.


Maka, Dato’ Seri Najib Tun Razak perlu menjawab soalan-soalan ini:

1. Kenapa Kerajaan Persekutuan bersetuju membayar harga yang RM39 juta lebih mahal dari harga pasaran mengikut nilaian harga sebenar ACJ320?

2. Kenapa Kerajaan Persekutuan tidak membeli terus ACJ320 dari Air Luther sedangkan itu lebih murah? Tindakan membeli dari JPO menyebabkan Kerajaan Persekutuan membayar RM70 juta lebih mahal berbanding jika Kerajaan Persekutuan membeli terus dari Air Luther.

Keseluruhannya, bukan sahaja pembelian jet peribadi baru ACJ320 ini adalah membazir, ia juga dibuat pada kos yang jauh lebih tinggi dari harga nilaian maksima jet itu.

Berdasarkan perkiraan saya, Kerajaan Malaysia membayar RM109 juta lebih mahal dari harga sebenarnya (iaitu RM39 juta harga yang lebih mahal dari nilaian maksima harga pasaran dan RM70 juta melalui perjanjian sewa beli yang lebih mahal berbanding jika Kerajaan Persekutuan membeli terus). - RAFIZI RAMLI

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Govt overpaid RM109 million for a new jet...

PKR secretary-general Rafizi Ramli today pointed out that the government overpaid for the prime minister’s new private jet by having Jet Premier One (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd (JPO) acquire the aircraft first before selling it to the government at a marked-up price.

The Pandan MP, who admitted to making it his personal hobby to expose the government’s wastage said, “Today, I wish to state that the RM465 million that the government paid (for the PM’s private jet) is much higher than it was supposed to, if the aircraft ACJ320 was bought straight from the seller.

“However, unfortunately the Federal Government instead used the services of a private firm, Jet Premier One, to acquire the private jet ACJ320 and then sell it to the government.”

By transacting the purchase in this manner, the government overpaid for the aircraft by RM109 million, Rafizi pointed out.

He also said that according to Ascend Flight Global Consultancy, a group of international aviation consultants and key valuer of aircrafts, the private jet’s ‘half life market value’ based on the latest appraisals of similar jets, was around USD70.4 million only.

The ‘half life base value’ meanwhile was USD62.86 million, which prompted Rafizi to speculate that the true value of the prime minister’s jet was only between RM220 million and RM246 million.

Based on the purchase agreement between JPO and Air Luther AG, the original seller, JPO paid USD89 million, USD19 million more than the market value, of which USD8 million went towards upgrading the already lavishly furnished plane, Rafizi said.

“As if paying above the market value is not enough, JPO then sold the private jet to the Malaysian government at a higher price, meaning the government paid more than it would have if it had bought it without JPO.

“The mark-up of the price, happened twice, first when JPO acquired the jet and then when the Malaysian government bought it from JPO.

Rafizi explained that if the Federal Government were to have bought the plane from AG Luther, with the maximum market valuation of USD89 million, the total payment for a 15-year lease at 4% interest per year, would have totalled up to RM395 million.

“The sum is RM70 million less than the hire purchase agreement between the Federal Government and JPO.

“And thus, Dato Seri Najib has to answer why the government agreed to purchase the plane at RM39 million higher during the initial purchase from AG Luther?

“Why didn’t the government buy directly from Air Luther when it was much cheaper? The purchase from JPO cost the government to pay RM70 million more,” Rafizi said.

Rafizi lamented that, not only was a new jet a total waste of taxpayers’ money, the fact that it was done at a higher price was especially more stinging.

“Based on my calculation, the Malaysian Government is paying RM109 million more than the actual price, where RM39 million was paid to AG Luther and RM70 million was paid via the hire purchase agreement with JPO,” he concluded. - fmt




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4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Baik2 kau Rafizi. Dulu kes Scopene Altantuya jadi mangsa C4 sampai bersepai. Ni kes Jet peribadi sapa pulak akan jadi mangsa C4 ke2.

Anonymous said...

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Anonymous said...

Typical of UMNO to do just that, else how they are going to line up their pocket and what will be happening next after this exposure, will MACC spring up or just buat bodoh, walaupun mata terbuka, buta buta, walaupun telinga ada, tetapi buat pekak sahaja.

Anonymous said...

The extra money simpan di Cayman Island for bik mama's hari raya and christmas shopping 2015 nanti!!!