19 October 2015

Tol punya pasai, 2 wakil DAP diarah keluar dewan...



Dua anggota parlimen DAP, Lim Lip Eng (Segambut) dan Gobind Singh Deo (Puchong) diarah keluar dewan hari ini.

Speaker Tan Sri Pandikar Amin Mulia mengeluarkan arahan itu selepas Lim campur tangan dalam prosiding parlimen, apabila bangun bertanya kenapa usul membincangkan isu kenaikan kadar tol ditolak.

Gobind pula diarah keluar selepas mengkritik Pandikar ketika cuba mempertahankan Lim.

Lim berhujah, usul itu tidak harus ditolak terdapat ruang untuk itu.

Pandikar bagaimanapun percaya Lim bertujuan mengganggu prosiding dewan.

Enggan duduk kembali di kerusinya, speaker mengarahkan pegawai parlimen untuk membawa beliau keluar.

Apabila Gobind bangun, Pandikar berkata usul itu tidak perlu disegerakan dan boleh dibincangkan dalam perbahasan belanjawan 2016 selepas ini.

Gobind kemudian berkata seseorang speaker mesti jujur ketika membuat keputusan menyebabkan Pandikar memarahinya yang didakwa mempersoal integriti beliau.

Dalam sidang media selepas itu, Lim dan Gobind berkata langkah speaker mengarahkan mereka keluar dewan boleh dipersoal.

Kadar tol naik sehingga 200 peratus di 18 tol di lebuh raya sekitar Lembah Klang bermula 15 Oktober lalu.- mk


Day One: Two DAP MPs told to take hike over tolls...

The final session of the Parliament sitting got off to a heated start, with war of words erupting in the House and two opposition lawmakers given the marching orders.

Lim Lip Eng (DAP-Segambut) was the first to be shown the exit for interfering with parliamentary proceedings, when he stood up to enquire why his emergency motion on toll hikes had been rejected.

Speaker Pandikar Amin Mulia then booted Gobind Singh Deo for offending him when the DAP-Puchong MP attempted to defend Lim.

Lim had argued that his motion should not have been rejected as there was room for one after Pandikar turned down Teresa Kok's (DAP-Seputeh) emergency motion on the disappearance of orang asli children in Gua Musang, Kelantan.

Pandikar, however, believed Lim had intended to disrupt the House proceedings.

When Lim refused to sit down, the speaker ordered parliamentary officers to escort him out.

When Gobind stood up, Pandikar explained that both motions were not urgent and could be debated during the budget.

Gobind rebutted, saying the speaker had to be honest.

"You have to honest and clear in the decisions you make," he said, angering Pandikar.

"The moment you said I have to be honest, you have questioned my integrity," the speaker shot back.

Gobind was then given the boot after continuously trying to defend his remarks and refusing to retract his statement.

At a press conference later, the ejected duo said the reason for the speaker to boot them out was questionable.

This was because the house had already rejected a motion brought by Kok.

"My motion was rejected as the speaker said there can only be one urgent motion per day," said Lim.

"The speaker said his decision is final. Before I can say my piece, I was kicked out," he said.

"The speaker said there is another motion by Kok that needed to be expedited," he said.

"But Kok said her motion was rejected too," said Lim.

"This made the reason for the speaker to reject Lim's motion questionable," added Gobind.
"I stated the principle that in arriving at a decision, a correct decision needs to be made so (that there is) no allegation of dishonesty," he said.

"I want him (speaker) to explain so that there is no perception of dishonesty on the part of the House," he said, adding that the speaker missed the chance to make the correct decision.

He denied that he had called Pandikar dishonest.
He urged the speaker to allow the lawmakers space to speak.

"With due respect, I find the speaker very angry this morning. You have to control your anger," he said.

"It's a shame; this is the first day of Parliament sitting. We have a lot to debate today," he said.

At a press conference later, the ejected duo said the reason for the speaker to boot them out was questionable.

This was because the house had already rejected a motion brought by DAP Seputeh MP Teresa Kok on the seven missing orang asli children.

"My motion was rejected as the speaker said there can only be one urgent motion per day," said Lim.

"The speaker said his decision is final. Before I can say my piece, I was kicked out," he said.

"The speaker said there is another motion by Kok that needed to be expedited," he said.

"But Kok said her motion was rejected too," said Lim.

"This made the reason for the speaker to reject Lim's motion questionable," added Gobind.

"I stated the principle that in arriving at a decision, a correct decision needs to be made so (that there is) no allegation of dishonesty," he said.

"I want him (speaker) to explain so that there is no perception of dishonesty on the part of the House," he said, adding that the speaker missed the chance to make the correct decision.

He denied that he had called Pandikar dishonest.

He urged the speaker to allow the lawmakers space to speak.

"With due respect, I find the speaker very angry this morning. You have to control your anger," he said.

"It's a shame; this is the first day of Parliament sitting. We have a lot to debate today," he said.- mk

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Najib bentang kertas putih 1MDB untuk elak undi tidak percaya...

Mungkinkah Perdana Menteri, Datuk Seri Najib Razak akan membentang kertas putih mengenai skandal 1MDB pada sidang Parlimen Isnin ini bagi mengelakkan usul undi tidak percaya dibuat terhadapnya?

Persoalan itu dibangkitkan Ketua Parlimen DAP, Lim Kit Siang berikutan pemberian notis mengejut kepada Ahli Parlimen untuk menghadiri sidang Dewan Rakyat, bukan seminggu seperti kebiasaan.

Menyatakan ia diterima semalam, Ahli Parlimen Gelang Patah itu pada kenyataan media hari ini, berkata kegagalan memberi notis seminggu itu pertama kali berlaku sejak beliau menyertai sidang Parlimen pada 1969.

Beliau tidak menolak kemungkinan Najib cuba mendapatkan usul keyakinan pada permulaan sidang dewan berbanding membiarkan usul undi tidak percaya dibuat terhadapnya yang mungkin digerakkan Ahli Parlimen Pakatan Harapan atau dari Umno BN.



“Namun, kajian Merdeka Centre yang menunjukkan sokongan orang Melayu terhadap Najib merosot kepada 32 peratus, pertama kali di bawah 50 peratus sejak 2012 mengubah suasana,” katanya.

Beliau berkata, hasil kajian itu sebagai peringatan kepada Najib dari berlengah-lengah memberi penjelasan mengenai skandal 1MDB, apatah lagi media antarabangsa kerap mengaitkan pembabitannya.

“Apakah Najib akan membentang kertas putih mengenai skandal RM50 bilion 1MDB pada sidang Parlimen Isnin ini?” kata Ahli Parlimen Gelang Patah itu. - roketkini

Najib was agonising over whether to seek a confidence motion come Monday

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Usul undi tak percaya terhadap Najib 
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UMNO's low-class ministers...

Racist and aloof; a Gerakan delegate has lamented that Umno’s ‘low-class ministers’ have led BN to become the laughing stock of the country.

Tanjong Gerakan division delegate Loo Jieh Sheng (photo) said that each year, various Umno division leaders would regularly become the talk of the country through their racist and extreme remarks.

He said the people have also associated groups and personalities like Mohd Ali Baharom, Perkasa, and Ikatan Muslimin Malaysia (Isma) with the coalition, leading to more ridicule.

“Basically people brand all of them as Umno and BN people, and unfortunately people whack us upside down because we are from the same camp […]

“And our prime minister has so many reasons, be it reasonable or not, why the annual racist festival cannot be stopped. The Malaysian political updates looks more interesting than the drama series in Astro Wah Lai Toi.

“However and unfortunately, we are the laughing stock in the eyes of people. I think some Umno ministers are living in their own world.

“I’m sorry but I call them the low-class ministers. These ministers and division leaders can still win their Parliament seat due to some demographic factors," he said at the Gerakan National Delegates’ Conference in Shah Alam today.

He said this when debating the party president’s policy speech.

Those targeted in Loo’s speech include Deputy Agriculture and Agro-based Industry Minister Tajuddin Abdul Rahman (photo), Rural and Regional Development Minister Ismail Sabri Yaakob, and Sungai Besar Umno chief Jamal Mohd Yunos, among others.

The Air Itam state assembly seat former election candidate said he had also asked many people on the street to name any ministers who have impressed them, but many simply struggled to do so.

However, he said it is not because BN ministers have not contributed to the country, but instead it is because people have a poor impression of the coalition.

Not on warpath

He also clarified that he is not on a warpath against Umno, and has in fact been advising Penang Umno on how to handle the DAP-led state government in the state assembly.

However, Loo expressed concern that Gerakan’s association with Umno could mean its downfall, as it becomes tarred with the same brush as its coalition partner.

He said although Gerakan has espoused multi-racial politics, Umno could not follow suit due to political reasons.

While he believes that Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak (photo) is a moderate but with ‘his hands tied’, he said, the voters will not be as considerate.

He said the party has to be more proactive in finding solutions to the people’s woes, even if it is just ‘one strong solution’ to convince them to vote for Gerakan. 

He added that in the current political climate, a multi-racial party like Gerakan can shine by being vocal against both Umno and DAP. - mk

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Ex-1MDB boss Shahrol Halmi must explain USD700m to Jho Low...

Former 1Malaysia Development Bhd (1MDB) chief executive officer Shahrol Halmi must tell Malaysian taxpayers why he allowed US$700 million to be misappropriated to Good Star Limited and why he should not be charged with criminal breach of trust, with the latest board minutes expose from the Sarawak Report.

The Sarawak Report exposed the minutes of the 1MDB board meeting on 3rd October 2009 which recorded that the board of directors (BOD) were furious with the top management team led by Shahrol.

The questions remain on why he willfully defied the Board of Directors of the Ministry of Finance (MoF)-owned 1MDB.

According to the minutes, 1MDB went ahead with the signing of the joint venture with Petrosaudi (PSI) without specific knowledge and approvals from the board. More specifically, the top executives of 1MDB transferred US$700 million of the proposed investment to an account unrelated to the joint venture company (JVco).

The minutes clearly stated that “the BOD was not consulted on the change of plans to remit US$700 million to PSI. The BOD’s understanding was for the full US$1 billion to be wired to the joint bank account under the name of the JVCo…”

The minutes of the meeting proved beyond reasonable doubt that the US$700 million of the proposed US$1 billion had been misappropriated by Shahrol. It beggars belief that despite the clear case for criminal breach of trust, Shahrol remains today a director of 1MDB.

Perhaps Shahrol’s performance is so impressive that Premier Najib Abdul Razak has also made him a director in the performance management delivery unit (Pemandu) of the Prime Minister’s Department.

In contrast, the BOD were so livid that they demanded for the US$700 million to be returned “so that the funds could be remitted through the originally agreed channel”.

Reprimanded for intransigence

The directors also openly reprimanded the top management for their intransigence. They specifically instructed Shahrol and his top management “not to deviate from the BOD’s instructions”. They further “advised Shahrol to seek clarification from the BOD if the CEO and management have doubts on any particular matter”.

Of course, based on information already available on the public domain, we know that the US$700 million was never returned to 1MDB. 

Instead of Shahrol being removed from office for his outrageous actions, it was the Mohd Bakke Salleh (photo) who quit as the chairperson of 1MDB two weeks later, presumably in absolute disgust.

With the 1MDB board minutes as the incontrovertible evidence, Shahrol Halmi must explain to all Malaysians why he signed the 1MDB Petrosaudi joint venture agreement in such haste.

He had agreed to invest US$1 billion in the joint venture within five days of meeting the Petrosaudi executives for the very first time in London.

He must also explain why he misappropriated US$700 million to Good Star Limited, a company unrelated to the joint venture, and why he subsequently disobeyed specific instructions by the Board to have the money returned to 1MDB.

He owes the explanation to Malaysians because 1MDB is a wholly-owned Ministry of Finance subsidiary. Today, 1MDB is in a desperate need of a multi-billion ringgit bailout with taxpayers' funds. It is also today a major cause of the collapse of confidence in Malaysia’s economy and its currency causing untold hardship to the man-on-the-street because of the scandal Shahrol ignited.

The question is, did he defy the BOD because of his own wilfulness, or did he dare to do so, because he had even more powerful personalities giving him instructions to carry out the misdeeds?

If he fails to explain himself, Shahrol must be charged with criminal breach of trust, fraud and even abetting embezzlement. He will then undoubtedly go down in the record books as the villain behind the single largest financial scandal in the history of Malaysia to be remembered for generations. - Tony Pua,mk

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Agaknya mungkin tok nenek moyang kita tak makan nasi kot 
pasai masa tu UMNO tak wujud lagi... Otak udang ...Ptuiiii!!!!



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