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Sidang Media Ops Daulat (Jumaat, 8 Februari)

Posted: 07 Mar 2013 08:49 PM PST

IGP: Jeneral penceroboh yang terbunuh, bukan Azimuddie

Posted: 07 Mar 2013 08:29 PM PST


 
Ketua Polis Negara, Tan Sri Ismail Omar berkata seorang jeneral penceroboh bersenjata Sulu yang dibunuh pasukan keselamatan semalam, bukan Azimuddie Kiram- adik Sultan Sulu Jamalul Kiram III, yang mengetuai kumpulan tersebut di Sabah.

"Dia bukan (Azimuddie), Dia (mayat) salah seorang pemimpin mereka," kata Ismail dalam satu sidang akhbar di Felda Sahabat Residence pagi ini.

Ismail membuat penjelasan berhubung kematian seorang jeneral Sulu yang terbunuh bersama dengan 30 lagi anggota penceroboh yang lain, dalam pertempuran dengan pasukan keselamatan Malaysia pada malam Rabu di Tanjung Batu.

Ismail berkata, pasukan keselamatan membuat kesimpulan bahawa lelaki itu adalah salah seorang daripada pemimpin mereka, berdasarkan kepada pakaiannya, tetapi masih dalam proses mengesahkan identiti sebenarnya.

Jamalul tolak tuntutan serah diri, cadang tukar tawanan

Posted: 07 Mar 2013 08:29 PM PST



 
Sultan Sulu Jamalul Kiram menolak tuntutan di Kuala Lumpur supaya pengikutnya menyerah diri tanpa syarat dan sebaliknya beliau mencadangkan pertukaran tawanan.

Beliau mendakwa empat anggota polis Malaysia telah ditawan pengikutnya yang sedang berdepan dengan pasukan keselamatan Malaysia di Sabah, tetapi polis Malaysia telah menafikannya.

Menurut Philippine Daily Inquirer, Jamalul, selepas mengetahui Kuala Lumpur menolak tawaran gencatan senjata, mencadang pula "pemberhentian permusuhan", yang disampaikan dengan permintaan yang sama - menghentikan operasi pasukan keselamatan Malaysia terhadap penceroboh bersenjata di Sabah .

Beliau berkata, kesultanan itu "bersedia untuk menukar tawanan perang" jika Malaysia bersetuju menghentikan permusuhan.

Kesultanan itu sebelum ini mendakwa kumpulan bersenjata di Sabah, yang diketuai adik lelaki Jamalul - Azzimudie Kiram - menawan empat anggota polis Malaysia semasa serangan ke atas balai polis di kampung Simunul di Semporna pada malam Sabtu.

Pasukan keselamatan Malaysia menawan 10 lelaki anggota kumpulan Azzimudie, semasa pertempuran di Kampung Tanduo Jumaat lepas.

Bagaimanapun, pihak berkuasa Malaysia menafikan dakwaan bahawa empat anggota polis Malaysia telah ditawan puak militan itu.

Tiada bantuan terhadap militan Sulu di KK, Tawau, kata KPN

Posted: 07 Mar 2013 08:27 PM PST

 
LAHAD DATU, 8 Mac — Tiada bantuan tiba di Kota Kinabalu dan Tawau bagi membantu kumpulan militan Sulu untuk menuntut kembali Sabah, kata pihak berkuasa hari ini.
Tiada kecederaan terbaru atau penangkapan telah dillaporkan, kata Panglima Angkatan Tentera Jeneral Tan Sri Zulkifeli Mohd Zin (gambar) dalam sidang akhbar bersama Ketua Polis Negara (KPN) Tan Sri Ismail Omar hari ini.
"Terdapat khabar angin melalui SMS dan media sosial militan akan masuk ke Kota Kinabalu dan Tawau," kata Ismail.
"Berita ini bukan datang dari polis dan ianya tidak tepat," tambah beliau.
Moro National Liberation Front (MNLF) dilaporkan pada Selasa mengatakan beribu-ribu orang Sulu telah berlayar ke Sabah untuk membantu pemberontak dari Selatan Filipina itu.
Ismail juga mengatakan hari ini pasukan keselamatan masih belum dapat menangkap pemimpin kumpulan militan tersebut Agbimuddin Kiram semenjak 200 orang militan Sulu menawan Kampung Tanduo lebih kurang sebulan lalu.

No Sulu reinforcements in KK, Tawau, says IGP

Posted: 07 Mar 2013 08:23 PM PST

LAHAD DATU, March 8 — No Sulu reinforcements have arrived in Kota Kinabalu or Tawau to back their fellow militants in reclaiming Sabah, the authorities said today.
No new casualties or arrests have been reported here either, Armed Forces chief Gen Tan Sri Zulkifeli Mohd Zin said at a joint press conference with Inspector-General of Police Tan Sri Ismail Omar today.
"There has been news going around through SMS and social media that the militants will enter Kota Kinabalu and Tawau," said Ismail (picture).
"This news is not issued by the police and is not accurate," he added.
A Moro National Liberation Front (MNLF) activist reportedly said last Tuesday that thousands of Suluks have sailed to Sabah to help their fellow southern Filipino gunmen.
Ismail also said today that the security forces have yet to capture militant group leader Agbimuddin Kiram since some 200 Sulu militants invaded Kampung Tanduo here about a month ago.

Fresh explosions reported as Malaysian jets sighted heading to Lahad Datu

Posted: 07 Mar 2013 08:19 PM PST

A Malaysian military jet fighter flies over over Lahad Datu town in Sabau as operations continue against followers of the sultan of Sulu pressing their claim to the territory. (AFP)
Nearby villagers claimed they heard several new explosions after at least two fighter jets were seen heading towards the Ops Daulat operation zone in Lahad Datu.

NONE"We saw three jet fighters flying towards the Kampung Tanduo area and then we heard around eight explosions at around 7.30am," said Bikail Maheli Badal (right), 56 who was in Embada Budi.

This comes after security forces yesterday expanded their operations, which began on Tuesday, into Tanjung Labian from the initial areas of Kampung Tanduo and Tanjung Batu.

Another villager here, Ali Johan, 32 said he heard at least two explosions.

"I was inside boiling water when I heard the loud explosions," he said.

Embada Budi is about 10km from away from Tanjung Labian by road but the direct distance is less than that.
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Malaysia denies paying rent for Sabah: report

Posted: 07 Mar 2013 08:17 PM PST

MANILA - Malaysia's payment of nearly P70,000 to the sultanate of Sulu yearly is not for the rental of Sabah but cession money for the handover of the territory, a report from the New Straits Times said Friday.
Malaysian Foreign Affairs  Minister Datuk Seri Anifah Aman said the Malaysian government does not recognize any outside claims that Sabah does not belong to Malaysia.
He told Malaysia's TV3 that the 1878 agreement between Alfred Dent and Baron von Overbeck of the British North Borneo Company and the sultan of Sulu at that time stated that the sultan of Sulu ceded the region of North Borneo permanently, and the heir is entitled to receive annual payment of 5,300 Mexican Pesos.
"It is not payment for rent, but as cession," he said.
The report said Anifah and Philippine Foreign Affairs Secretary Albert del Rosario were also puzzled why the Sabah standoff occurred when both countries are facing elections.
The Malaysian foreign minister quoted a Reuters report that said followers of Jamalul Kiram III "had been invited to Sabah by a Malaysian opposition politician to discuss land issues."
Anifah said he had urged del Rosario to investigate the claim.
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Anwar Fail Saman RM100 Juta Terhadap TV3, Utusan Kaitkan Beliau Dengan Pencerobohan Lahad Datu

Posted: 07 Mar 2013 08:10 PM PST


KUALA LUMPUR: Ketua Pembangkang, Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim memfailkan saman fitnah RM100 juta terhadap TV3 dan Utusan Melayu (M) Bhd yang mengaitkan pencerobohan kumpulan bersenjata Sulu di Lahad Datu dengan beliau.
Saman itu difailkan di pejabat pendaftar Mahkamah Tinggi Sivil Kuala Lumpur di sini, Jumaat, menamakan Utusan dan TV3 sebagai defendan.
Peguamnya, N. Surendran berkata, mereka juga memohon injunksi untuk menghalang defendan daripada menerbit atau menyiarkan sebarang fitnah terhadapnya.
Pada Khamis, Anwar menafikan bertemu Sultan yang mendakwa dirinya Sultan Sulu atau mempunyai sebarang penglibatan dalam serangan di pantai timur Sabah, di mana pasukan keselamatan Malaysia telah menjalankan operasi penggeledahan dan operasi mencari selepas serangan habis-habisan terhadap kumpulan terbabit, Selasa.

Lahad Datu: Nasib Azzimudie Masih Belum Diketahui

Posted: 07 Mar 2013 08:08 PM PST

LAHAD DATU: Nasib pemimpin kumpulan bersenjata Sulu Azzimudie Kiram masih tidak diketahui ketika tentera Malaysia dan pasukan polis memasuki peringkat akhir operasi pencarian dan menggeledah di Kampung Tanduo dan Kampung Tanjung Batu dekat sini Jumaat. Azzimudie, yang mendakwa dirinya saudara kepada Jamalul Kiram III yang mendakwa diri sebagai Sultan Sulu gagal menghubungi keluarga Kiram di Manila dalam tempoh hari lepas dan pasukan keselamatan berharap dapat mengetahui apa yang berlaku kepadanya dalam satu atau dua hari ini.
Azzimudie dan orang kanannya dipercayai menjadi antara mereka yang berjaya keluar Kampung Tanduo pada Ahad, dua hari sebelum pertempuran pada hari Selasa. Azzimudie pada Rabu memberitahu The Star melalui telefon bahawa salah satu daripada anak bersama dengannya di Tanduo bersama-sama dengan 200 hingga 300 pengikut-pengikutnya, termasuk enam wanita.

‘Poorest’ sultan sent Sulu followers to Sabah for better life

Posted: 07 Mar 2013 07:59 PM PST

KUALA LUMPUR, March 8 — The self-styled Sultan of Sulu Jamalul Kiram III has declared himself as the "poorest" Ruler in the world, saying that he had consented to his brother leading a group of armed followers to move to Sabah in search of work and a better life.
"I'm the poorest sultan in the world," Jamalul told newswire Associated Press (AP) when interviewed in his tumble-down two-storey residence in a poor section of Manila, the capital city of the Philippines.
File photo of Jamalul with his wife Celia at their home in Manila. — Reuters picThe 74-year-old, who is one of nine claimants to the Sulu Sultanate, reportedly said that his sultanate's lack of power to help his followers had sparked off their move into Sabah's east coast over three weeks ago in what is seen as an intrusion by Malaysia and has resulted in deadly clashes with 52 Sulu militants and eight Malaysian policemen dead.
His wife Fatima Celia said that Jamalul's family is now in debt due to the costly expenses incurred when he campaigned to be a senator in 2007. He was supported by former Philippine President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo but did not win the position.
Jamalul was last year found to have kidney failure and had to go for dialysis, another costly burden which then caused his family to miss monthly payments for their house and almost had to give up the place if their friends had not assisted, Jamalul's wife reportedly said.
Jamalul, who also has a heart condition, now spends most of his time in his bedroom — where there are two oxygen tanks — which also doubles up as an office.
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TIGA CABARAN UTAMA DI LAHAD DATU

Posted: 07 Mar 2013 07:59 PM PST

Oleh : BARIS
SEMENJAK tercetusnya krisis pencerobohan di Lahad Datu sehinggalah pertempuran demi pertempuran yang berlaku di sana, ada sahaja rintangan yang terpaksa diharungi oleh pasukan keselamatan kita.
Menurut Pengerusi Persatuan Bekas Anggota Perisikan Malaysia (BARIS) Negeri Sabah, Syed Kamalrul Sufian Sekurang-kurangnya ada tiga cabaran utama yang terpaksa kita hadapi sepanjang tempoh genting ini.
Pertamanya tentangan dari pengganas Sulu yang mahir dalam peperangan bercorak gerila dan mirip kelakuannya seperti komunis yang gemar menggunakan pendekatan ganas bermatlamat untuk menjatuhkan moral dan semangat tempur lawan mereka.
Ini jelas dapat dilihat selepas dua pertempuran awal yang menyaksikan beberapa anggota keselamatan kita ada antaranya diseksa dan dizalimi, sementara yang lain ada yang dipenggal kepalanya.
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Anwar : 8hb.Mac- Genap 5 Tahun Tsunami Politik Malaysia

Posted: 07 Mar 2013 07:36 PM PST

PAS Sabah tuntut Najib jelas janji kepada Kesultanan Sulu

Posted: 07 Mar 2013 07:31 PM PST


SANDAKAN: PAS Sabah memandang serius kenyataan pemimpin Barisan Pembebasan Kebangsaan Moro (MNLF), Nur Misuari mengenai kedatangan 180 orang tentera Kesultanan Sulu dari Filipina ke Sabah pada 9 Februari lalu atas jemputan Perdana Menteri, Datuk Seri Najib Razak.

Berdasarkan kenyataan Nur Misuari, kedatangan tentera Kesultanan Sulu itu lebih kepada untuk menuntut janji daripada Perdana Menteri untuk diberikan tanah atau penempatan kepada mereka khususnya di Sabah.

Timbalan Pesuruhjaya PAS Sabah, Hamzah Abdullah berkata, namun di sebalik janji itu telah tercetus tragedi berdarah di Lahad Datu sehingga lapan orang anggota keselamatan negara kita maut pada 1 dan 2 Mac lalu.
"Perdana Menteri perlu jelaskan perkara ini kepada seluruh rakyat Sabah khasnya dan seluruh rakyat Malaysia amnya kerana tindakan yang dilakukan itu amat tidak disenangi oleh rakyat sebab amat membahayakan negara," ujarnya.

Lahad Datu debacle: Umno faces the WRATH OF THE WORLD

Posted: 07 Mar 2013 07:30 PM PST

The Lahad Datu situation raises many questions and leaves some more unanswered. Each day passes with more surprises, confusion and allegations while lives are massacred on both sides.
Meanwhile, what appears most evident is that the BN political party is fighting two battles.
Lahad Datu debacle: Umno faces the WRATH OF THE WORLDOne, it is taking various courses of action in the face of surmounting criticisms, allegations and suspicious curiosity coming in from three vantages. The Philippines, the Malaysian opposition parties, and the Malaysian citizens are expressing surprises, disagreement and criticisms on every action and in-action coming in from the BN leadership as well as the country's defense leaders.
The other battle that BN appears to be either embroiled in (or engaged in) – depending on which side of the fence you sit in, is that seeming strategic attempt to weaken the Malaysian opposition block.
Remember to be a govt of the people
In the long run we may all be doing a dangerous injustice to nation and King and perhaps in all likelihood to our neighboring friends as well.
Foremost, the government of the day needs to position itself as a government for and of the people, dedicated to safeguarding national sovereignty and not cloud itself with political party flavors or blinkered patronage in the process.
The Lahad Datu situation is not a turf-war to fight out political party priorities. It is an affront on a nation's independence. and that must be clear in the mind of the prime minister of Malaysia.
It must also be the top most priority of all those commissioned to lead in the safeguarding of the nation's defense.
The Lahad Datu debacle should not be exploited, taken advantage of or even screened as a political opportunity to helm the BN or push the PR into a corner.
The prime minister has that honorable and formidable duty to marshal both sides of the divide in defense of citizens and King. Anything less renders democracy dead and parliament a whitewash.
The universal truth is, profiteering from or entrenching political feuds in the face of an external affront on the sovereignty and liberty of a nation and its citizens, respectively, is tantamount to treason of the highest order.
Immediate review by Parliament needed
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Declare emergency in Sabah

Posted: 07 Mar 2013 07:29 PM PST

Malaysia must also severe all diplomatic ties with the Philippines for the moment and if necessary suspend trade and bilateral activities over Manila's failure to stop the Sulu invasion.

By R Kengadharan
The armed invaders may not corporate and surrender hence the full force of the law and military might must fall on them.
Malaysia cannot allow this situation to persist. There has been serious violation of both domestic and international laws that resulted in indiscriminate loss of life.
The current situation cannot guarantee the safety and well-being of the people of Sabah and any operation to flush out the invaders would require time and considerable effort especially when they have now melted away.
While all effort to identify must continue the government cannot compromise and must immediately establish a temporary safety corridor.
Every humanitarian help and assistance must continue and it is also the duty of the government to ensure that the unfortunate conflict does not arrive in Sarawak and to the Peninsular.
Thus there is an immediate and urgent need to beef up coastal and airport securities and eliminate domestic Suluk uprising.
For the moment the question of resolving and/or negotiating does not arise when the Sultan of Sulu and his gunmen has chosen the path of violence and deliberately and intentionally defied the sovereignty of Malaysia and its authorities.
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Jamalul refuses to surrender, proposes hostage exchange

Posted: 07 Mar 2013 07:27 PM PST



Self-proclaimed Sulu sultan Jamalul Kiram has refused Kuala Lumpur's demand to surrender unconditionally and instead proposed an exchange of hostages.

Malaysia fears World Court solution over Sabah claim, says columnist

Posted: 07 Mar 2013 07:22 PM PST


KUALA LUMPUR, March 8 — Proof showing that Sabah "clearly" belongs to the Sultanate of Sulu has caused Malaysia to be fearful of bringing the dispute to the International Court of Justice (ICJ) or to the table for talks, a columnist for a Manila-based paper has claimed.
In an opinion piece titled "Irony: Malaysian-trained Sulu fighters", Neal H. Cruz said both the Philippine and Malaysian governments could "persuade" the Filipino Muslim rebels in Sabah to leave the state that is part of Malaysia, by either entering into negotiations or going to the ICJ.
Self-style Sultan of Sulu Jamalul Kiram III claims Sabah belongs to his sultanate. — Reuters pic"That is for Malaysia to either agree to take the Sultanate of Sulu's claim to Sabah to the International Court of Justice (ICJ) or to negotiate with the Philippine government and the sultanate, with a definite date for the talks to start," he wrote yesterday.
But he said Malaysia is fearful of taking either option, saying that the country was holding on to Sabah by "sheer force of arms", possibly hinting at Malaysia's show of military muscle with its all-out strike on Tuesday on the Sulu gunmen who had intruded Sabah's east coast over three weeks ago to press the Sultanate of Sulu's claim on the land.
"Why is Malaysia afraid to do either? Because historical and documentary evidence clearly prove that Sabah belongs to the Sultanate of Sulu.
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Anwar files RM100mil suit against TV3, Utusan over allegations of links to Lahad Datu intrusion

Posted: 07 Mar 2013 07:17 PM PST

KUALA LUMPUR: Opposition leader Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim has filed a RM100mil defamation suit against TV3 and Utusan Melayu (M) Bhd for linking him to the intrusion by an armed Sulu group in Lahad Datu.
The suit was filed at the KL High Court civil registry here Friday, naming Utusan and TV3 as defendants.
His lawyer N. Surendran said they were also applying for an injunction to stop the defendants from publishing or broadcasting any defamatory words against him.
On Thursday, Anwar denied meeting the self-proclaimed Sultan of Sulu or having any involvement in the attacks on the east coast of Sabah, where Malaysian security forces have been conducting search and mopping up operations after an all-out attack on the group Tuesday.
He told Radyo Inquirer 990AM in an exclusive interview that he had "made it very clear" that he had not met with the Sultan of Sulu who he didn't know and that there were many claimants (to the throne).
Anwar said the presence of insurgents was "unacceptable" and blamed the local mainstream media for spinning the issue.
Last Friday, the Philippine Daily Inquirer ran a news piece based on Filipino army intelligence sources, which stated that a Sabah politician allied to Anwar had met with the armed intruders.

Initial talks with Kirams had gone smoothly, DOJ exec reveals

Posted: 07 Mar 2013 07:13 PM PST


File photo of ARMM Governor Mujiv Hataman. (Photo by Dennis Arcon, InterAksyon.com)

MANILA, Philippines - One of the emissaries sent by President Benigno Aquino III to the camp of Sulu Sultan Jamalul Kiram III talked to the media for the first time Thursday about his role in the government's initial attempts to negotiate with the Kirams.
Justice assistant secretary Zabedin Azis said talks between Kiram and his team, also composed of Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao Gov. Mujiv Hataman, had gone smoothly on February 18 and 19.
The talks took place at the Kiram residence in Taguig City.
Azis said during those talks, the Sultan's camp showed signs of being open to recalling their "Royal Army" already holed up at the time in the village of Lahad Datu, Sabah.
He said his team relayed President Aquino's message to the Kirams: call back the armed men to prevent bloodshed, then talks on the Sultanate's claim to Sabah will take place after.
Azis clarified at no point during the Feb. 18 and Feb. 19 talks did their team threaten the Kirams.
In fact, he said, the team told the Kirams at the time that no charges will be filed against their men should they heed the President's call.
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Sulu Sultan calls for ceasefire

Posted: 07 Mar 2013 07:10 PM PST

Sulu Sultan Jamalul Kiram III gets emotional as he announces a unilateral ceasefire from his house in Taguig City on Thursday. Kiram denounced the continuing military operations even as the United Nations called for a dialogue and an end to the violence.

Protest against stand on Sabah

Posted: 07 Mar 2013 07:08 PM PST

Protesters slip past the security cordon to hold a rally near Malacañan Palace against the Aquino government's position on the Sabah crisis. The group denounced the lack of support for the fighters from the Sulu sultanate who went to Sabah to assert their ownership of the territory.

Biro Siasatan Filipina hantar ejen ke rumah 'Sultan Sulu'

Posted: 07 Mar 2013 07:05 PM PST


eroboh Sabah: Pengikut Sultan Sulu enggan serah diri
Sultan Sulu, Jamalul Kiram dan pengikutnya tidak mahu berganjak dari Lahad Datu.
 
MANILA - Biro Siasatan Negara (NBI) Filipina mengesahkan pihaknya ada menghantar tiga ejen bagi 'mengunjungi' kediaman Sultan Jamalul Kiram III di Tabuig City, kelmarin.

Timbalan Pengarah NBI, Reynaldo Esmeralda berkata, operasi itu sah dan dibenarkan oleh biro tersebut.
Beliau berkata, kakitangan NBI dihantar bagi memantau keselamatan di kawasan itu.
Dipetik portalABS-CBNnew, beliau menafikan  salah faham beberapa pihak yang mendakwa NBI menghantar ejen bagi

Najib masih PM sementara yang tidak dipilih rakyat

Posted: 07 Mar 2013 07:03 PM PST

"Najib yang bercakap besar itu tetap dan masih seorang Perdana Menteri yang tidak dipilih rakyat,"

Pilihanraya umum tidak juga sampai sedangkan waktu tamatnya penggal ke-12 ini sudah hampir ke penghujungnya. Isu pencerobohan di Lahat Datu dan Semporna mungkin dijadikan sebagai isu yang menghalang pilihanraya tidak diadakan sampai ke penghujung penggal. Kita tidak nampak kenapa pilihanraya masih tidak nampak bayangnya akan tiba.

Kalau ada pun bayangnya ialah dengan melihat BN melakukan serangan terhadap pimpinan pembangkang dengan tidak beretika dengan sumpah seranah yang dibawa oleh media perdana setiap malam. Najib yang bercakap besar itu tetap dan masih seorang Perdana Menteri yang tidak dipilih rakyat.

Dalam isu Lahat Datu dan Semporna ini apa yang perlu dilakukan ialah untuk memberikan sepenuh kepercayaan kepada pasukan keselamatan, sama ada Polis mahu pun Angkatan Tentera Malaysia (ATM) atau pihak-pihak keselamatan yang lain. Kalaulah isu mempertahankan kawasan dan persempadanan kita diberikan pihak keselamatan untuk menyelesaikannya mengikut tata-cara yang sedia ada saya yakin isu ini telah selesai dengan lebih mudah lagi.

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Moral politik: Najib PM Sementara mulai hari ini

Posted: 07 Mar 2013 07:00 PM PST

KUALA LUMPUR: "Adakah Najib menerima konsep dan kebiasaan sebuah kerajaan sementara untuk pentadbiran harian kerajaan yang telah luput tempoh parlimennya, paling ketara di antara pembubaran parlimen dan pembentukan kerajaan baru selepas pilihan raya umum?" tanya Penasihat DAP Kebangsaan, Lim Kit Siang.

Katanya dalam satu kenyataan semalam, soalan itu amat penting dalam kes Najib yang bakal menjadi Perdana Menteri tidak diundi paling lama dalam percubaan tanpa mandatnya sendiri daripada pengundi untuk hampir empat tahun penuh.

Ahli Parlimen Ipoh Timur itu turut bertanya apakah Najib bersedia untuk menghormati dan mematuhi Konvensyen Kerajaan Sementara dan amalan terbaik di negara lain yang mempunyai demokrasi berparlimen yang berfungsi, termasuklah:
  • Tiada keputusan dasar yang utama boleh dibuat oleh Kerajaan Sementara melainkan dalam hal-hal mendesak dan selepas rundingan rasmi dengan Oposisi.
  • Tiada perlantikan signifikan pegawai awam utama, melainkan sebagai pemangku atau tempoh masa pendek.
  • Tiada kontrak atau akujanji sepanjang tempoh menjadi kerajaan sementara. Jika tidak mungkin untuk menangguhkan komitmen sehingga selepas tempoh pentadbiran sementara, untuk tujuan perundangan, komersil dan lain-lain sebab, akan terdapat rundingan dengan Oposisi untuk memastikan bahawa kontrak turut menyediakan fasal bagi menamatkannya jika kerajaan yang baru tidak mahu meneruskan. Syarat yang sama termasuk di dalam memberikan tender.
  • Tiada rundingan dan lawatan antarabangsa.
  • Tiada penglibatan penjawat awam di dalam aktiviti pilihan raya dengan penjawat awam mengambil pendirian neutral sementara terus menasihati Kerajaan.
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2 Orang Penyokong PR Cedera Di Kepala Kena Serang Samseng Umno

Posted: 07 Mar 2013 06:53 PM PST

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