Justice For All Malaysia

Posted on: February 5, 2009

Pertahankan Kuasa Rakyat

Defend People’s Power捍卫人民力量

Untuk merampas kuasa pentadbiran negeri Perak

daripada Pakatan Rakyat, Timbalan Perdana Menteri Najib Razak telah menunjukkan taringnya sekali lagi.

Taktik kotor yang digunakan oleh Najib Razak kali ini sebelum sampai ke pucuk pimpinan negara ini pada Mac nanti adalah ulangan:

Duit Submarine Hilang Duit Helipcopter Hilang

Altantuya Hilang Dr Osman Hilang Inspektor Bala Hilang

ADUN Perak Hilang


HRH Sultan Azlan Shah, Constitutional Monarchy, Rule of Law and Good Governance: Selected Essays and Speeches,

Thomson Sweet & Maxwell Asia, 2004:

Under normal circumstances, it is taken for granted that the Yang diPertuan Agong would not withhold his consent to a request for the dissolution of Parliament. His role is purely formal.

Translasi:

Dalam keadaan normal, pada kebiasaannya Yang diPertuan Agong tidak akan mempunyai halangan dalam persetujuan Baginda terhadap permintaan ke atas pembubaran Parlimen. Peranan Baginda adalah bersifat formal semata-matanya.

Mari rakyat bangkit dan bersatu Pertahankan Kuasa Rakyat

daripada terus HILANG dalam tangan Najib Razak.

Biar rakyat yang menentukan.

HRH Sultan Azlan Shah, Constitutional Monarchy, Rule of Law and Good Governance: Selected Essays and Speeches,

Thomson Sweet & Maxwell Asia, 2004:

Under normal circumstances, it is taken for granted that the Yang diPertuan Agong would not withhold his consent to a request for the dissolution of Parliament. His role is purely formal.

Translasi:

Dalam keadaan normal, pada kebiasaannya Yang diPertuan Agong tidak akan mempunyai halangan dalam persetujuan Baginda terhadap permintaan ke atas pembubaran Parlimen. Peranan Baginda adalah bersifat formal semata-matanya.

Mohon Tuanku Bubar Dewan Undangan Negeri Perak.

Kembalikan Kuasa Rakyat. Ampun Tuanku.

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February 04, 2009 23:15 PM

By: Ramjit

IPOH, Feb 4 (Bernama) — Perak Menteri besar Datuk Seri Mohammad Nizar Jamaluddin said today he was confident that the Sultan of Perak, Sultan Azlan Shah, would make a fair and just decision to resolve the state’s political crisis.

“I have no doubt that the decision will be fair to all… to the people and to the political parties,” he told reporters at the state Pas headquarters here tonight where he attended the party’s emergency meeting.

Mohammad Nizar, who had an audience with Sultan Azlan Shah to seek his consent after announcing the dissolution of the state legislative assembly early today, told reporters that the Sultan of Perak did not convey any decision whether he would grant consent.

“He said that he needed time to look into the matter. I will abide and accept whatever the decision,” he said.

He said the audience went well and that he had briefed the Sultan on the latest political development and also conveyed his request for the consent.

Mohammad Nizar said that since the Sultan of Perak had not made any decisions, “I will continue to run the state’s administration together with other Pakatan Rakyat (PR) assemblymen.”

“I will be working as usual,” he said, adding that it was better to hold a snap election to resolve the political impasse once and for all.

Should the Sultan decide not to grant consent, he said, the PR government could still function as a caretaker government.

“This government is valid and would function as a minority government… just like in Canada and India,” he said.

On Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak’s announcement that the Perak Barisan Nasional (BN) now had the simple majority to form the new state government, Mohammad Nizar said, he found the matter difficult to believe.

He said that the three Pakatan Rakyat assemblymen — Jamaluddin Mohd Radzi (Behrang), Mohd Osman Jailu (Changkat Jering) and Hee Yit Foong (Jelapang) — had not submitted any official statements on their decisions to become Independent assemblymen.

On Bota assemblyman Datuk Nasaruddin Hashim’s decision to rejoin Umno, Mohammad Nizar said Nasaruddin might have been forced to quit Parti Keadilan Rakyat (PKR), the party he defected to just over a week ago.

Najib said BN now had the number to take over the Perak state government following the move by the four PR assemblymen to leave their respective parties and express support to the BN.

Following the latest development, BN and PR now have 28 seats each.

However the three Independent assemblymen have expressed support towards the BN, including on the appointment of a new menteri besar from the national coalition.

— BERNAMA

February 04, 2009 21:09 PM

Seeks Mandate From People, Says Nik Aziz

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KUALA LUMPUR, Feb 4 (Bernama) — PAS spiritual leader Datuk Nik Abdul Aziz Nik Mat said the political quagmire in Perak should be resolved through a snap state election.

He said the people should be given the opportunity to decide which party should be given the mandate to rule the state.

“I will be happy if an election is held…I support the dissolution of the state legislative assembly,” he told reporters in Kota Baharu when asked to comment on the political development in Perak.

Barisan Nasional (BN) has claimed control over Perak as three Pakatan Rakyat assemblymen have left the coalition and become Independents and pledged their support for BN. Another assemblyman has also defected back to BN.

Nik Aziz, who is also Kelantan Menteri Besar, said a snap election would be the best solution to end the impasse.

“Definitely a snap election is better that defections. I do not understand the need to jump from one party to another.

“If you want to get the majority by enticing others to jump ship, there is no point of having elections,” he said.

Parti Keadilan Rakyat information chief Tian Chua said according to the laws, Datuk Seri Mohammad Nizar Jamaluddin was still Perak Menteri Besar.

“The Prime Minister said BN could form the state government but the government is a minority government and is weak. It is not a stable government.

“Morally a new election should be held to get a fresh mandate from the people,” he said when contacted.

— BERNAMA

February 04, 2009 20:09 PM

BN Ready To Form New Government In Perak, Says PM

By: Ramjit

PUTRAJAYA, Feb 4 (Bernama) — The Barisan Nasional (BN) is ready to form a new government in Perak following four assemblymen in the state quitting their parties to support the BN, said Prime Minister Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi.

“We wish extend our thanks if they have taken the decision to state their support for the BN, the BN accepts and we say thank you,” he told press conference here Wednesday.

The four are the assemblymen for Behrang and Changkat Jering, Jamaluddin Mohd Radzi and Mohd Osman Jailu respectively from Parti Keadilan Rakyat (PKR), Jelapang assemblywoman Hee Yit Foong from DAP, and Bota assemblyman Datuk Nasaruddin Hashim who joined PKR 10 days ago but returned to Umno today.

“If we (BN) have the numbers, of course we will take the step (to form the new government),” said Abdullah, who is also BN chairman, when commenting on the BN having a simple majority to replace the Pakatan Rakyat government in Perak following the development.

With this latest development, the BN now has 28 seats in the state assembly, Pakatan Rakyat also 28 and independents three seats.

Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak at a separate press conference earlier today, had said that although the BN had the same number of seats as the Pakatan Rakyat, it could form the government in Perak because the three independents had stated their support for the BN including in the choice of Menteri Besar from among the BN assemblymen.

On whether BN would consider holding a snap election in Perak, Abdullah said this came under the powers of the Sultan of Perak.

However, he said, Najib would be seeking an audience with Sultan Azlan Shah of Perak to inform the Sultan that the BN now had the majority in the State Legislative Assembly.

Asked if the BN would move a vote of no confidence in the present government, Abdullah said it had not been decided yet but remained an option.

Asked if the people of Perak would accept the BN re-administering the state, he said it was up to them.

He, however, believed what was more important for the people of Perak was having a government that could provide stability and progress.

Asked if the matter of the Behrang and Changkat Jering assemblymen who are facing charges of corruption would affect the image of Umno, he said so far they had not been found guilty.

Asked further if the BN had a candidate in mind for the Menteri Besar post in Perak, Abdullah said : “Be patient”.

Earlier, Abdullah had spoken to a group of civil servants on the importance of being delivery-oriented especially in the uncertain economic situation now.

He said the people were counting on civil servants to be the main facilitators to stimulate the economy.

“If before we have rose up to the challenge, why not now,” he said.

However, Abdullah said all parties including administrators and leaders must work together in facing the current challenges.

— BERNAMA

oleh Rozaini Mohd Rosli

Ia menjadi suatu rentetan peristiwa yang akan menjadikan Pakatan Rakyat lebih matang dan berwaspada dalam segala serbi dan sudut menjamin bahawa prinsip-prinsip kebenaran dan keadilan diawas utuh pada setiap masa dan ketika.

Setakat ini, pentadbiran yang telus, berjiwa rakyat dan yang mengamalkan kebaikan dan bersungguh terhadap kepentingan rakyat semata-mata tidak memadai untuk memperkukuhkan kuasa politik.   Para pejuang kebenaran dan keadilan perlu memiliki kebijakan memerangi kuasa-kuasa yang rakus dan ganas dalam merampas hak rakyat yang tidak ketahuan apa yang sebenarnya berlaku.

Kelalaian dan membiarkan diri dilalaikan dalam urusan-urusan yang tidak mengukuhkan kuasa rakyat akan menukarkan kemenangan kepada kegagalan.

Yang disangka titik bengik, yang diutarakan oleh sebahagian rakyat dan pemimpin kecil wajarlah didengari oleh para pemimpin besar.   Jika sebaliknya berlaku, akibat yang buruk dan teruk akan berlaku menimpa Pakatan Rakyat.

Urusan kerajaan negeri adalah urusan rakyat.   Rakyat Perak mesti bertanggungjawab menentukan siapakah yang wajar mentadbir negeri Perak.   Permainan politik golongan yang berkepentingan sempit mesti ditolak.   Apalagi sekiranya ada insinuasi sogokkan wang dan taktik ganas yang mesti disiasat.

Adakah wajar ahli-ahli politik menggunakan perlembagaan dan dan undang-undang semata-mata yang hasilnya bukan seperti apa yang dikehendaki rakyat?   Rakyat mahu Pakatan Rakyat terus mentadbir negeri Perak.

Adalah lebih adil untuk membenarkan rakyat memilih semula wakil-wakil rakyat mereka dan keputusan bukan ditentukan oleh semata-mata perlembagaan dan peraturan yang rohnya dihalakan hanya kepada kepentingan rakus segelintir ahli politik yang bukan sepenuhnya berlandaskan agenda kepentingan rakyat jelata.

Jika para pemimpin terus bersikap buta dan tuli terhadap kehendak rakyat, apakah mesti rakyat buat supaya pemimpin dengar dan celik terhadap apa yang dihasratkan oleh rakyat?

Mestikah rakyat mempamerkan kemarahan mereka secara terang-terangan?

Mestikah rakyat turun ke jalanan untuk mempamerkan hasrat mereka?

BN bentuk k’jaan baru Perak Feb 4, 09 3:51pm 5:06pm malaysiakini.com

BN mempunyai cukup jumlah Ahli Dewan Undangan Negeri (Adun) untuk membentuk kerajaan baru Perak selepas empat Adun melompat kepadanya secara terbuka dan rasmi hari ini. Tiga bekas wakil rakyat Pakatan termasuk Adun Jelapang dan juga bekas Timbalan Speaker DUN Perak, Hee Yit Foong akan kekal wakil rakyat bebas tetapi bersama kerajaan BN, kata timbalan perdana menteri. Datuk Seri Najib Razak berkata beliau akan menghadap Sultan Perak secepat mungkin. Adun Bota, Datuk Nasaruddin Hashim – yang mengumumkan melompat kepada PKR selama 10 hari – kembali semula kepada Umno. Nasaruddin menafikan beliau “diculik” seperti dakwaan menteri besar Perak, Datuk Seri Mohd Nizar Jamaluddin.