Deputy Prime Minister & Women, Family and Community Development Minister Dr Wan Azizah Wan Ismail: We have failed to protect children. What an indictment of the BN government!

14 June 2018

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20,000 case of child sexual abuse cases were kept secret by BN for 10 years. Twenty thousand…. 😢

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We have failed to protect children, says Wan Azizah


Gan Pei Ling

MALAYSIAN laws and society as a whole have failed to protect children, whether from malnutrition or abuse, said Deputy Prime Minister Dr Wan Azizah Wan Ismail, adding that making the country a safer place for minors will be one of her top priorities.

But the 65-year-old, who is also women, family and community development minister, admits she has her work cut out for her.

Dr Wan Azizah, who has nine grandchildren, said she has been particularly affected by what she sees as a lack of policies to protect children from sexual abuse.
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Dr Wan Azizah said she was shocked when she was shown a study by Protect and Save the Children, which found a high prevalence of sexual abuse cases amongst 20,000 children, and that offenders were often adults close to the children, including family members and religious teachers.

The study, which was classified under the Official Secrets Act by the previous Barisan Nasional government, was conducted more than 10 years ago.

“I was alarmed. The ministry is (re)looking this. We have to get to the bottom of this. I have been told it’s under police investigation.

“The victims would have grown up by now. We need an update,” said Dr Wan Azizah, who is working at getting the study declassified.

https://www.themalaysianinsight.com/s/54614

Jun 14

We have failed to protect children, says Malaysian Deputy Prime Minister Dr Wan Azizah Wan Ismail when she saw a study by on sexually abused children. READ MORE HERE:

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Lim Guan Eng and the MCA…

15 June 2018

How Guan Eng became the nail in MCA’s coffin

June 15, 2018

Former Central Committee member Lee Hwa Beng says MCA has no chance of surviving outside BN, even more so with Pakatan Harapan putting Chinese in positions of power.

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PETALING JAYA: The appointment of DAP secretary-general Lim Guan Eng as finance minister was the “nail in the coffin” for MCA, according to a former MCA Central Committee member, Lee Hwa Beng.

“They are finished,” Lee told FMT today. He said MCA would not be able to survive on its own if it left Barisan Nasional.

“Right now, their only hope for survival is Malay support. They are no match for DAP and PKR, where both are well represented with Chinese MPs in the states now governed by a Pakatan Harapan-led state government.”

After last month’s general election, MCA has been left with only one MP, its deputy president Wee Ka Siong who was narrowly elected in Ayer Hitam, Johor, and two assemblymen, in Titi Tinggi, Perlis, and Cheka, Pahang.

All other candidates lost their contests, including party president Liow Tiong Lai in Bentong.

MCA has since faced calls to leave BN. Critics of the party have said that MCA had lost Chinese support by not speaking up for the Chinese community.

Lee, who was sacked by the party in 2013, said the MCA could only rebuild if component parties within BN merged into a single multiracial party.

“This is the only way it can survive in the current political landscape. BN’s best survival ticket would be to merge all component parties into a multiracial party. Only then does it stand a chance to put up a fight against Pakatan Harapan,” he said.

However, Umno and MCA both held too much in terms of assets which they were unwilling to let go.

http://www.freemalaysiatoday.com/category/nation/2018/06/15/how-guan-eng-became-the-nail-in-mcas-coffin/

 

21 May 2018

May 21

so good to have LGE as Finance Minister. Shame on you MCA to have threatened the Chinese.

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18 March 2018

Mar 18

“How can MCA be trusted to deliver promises made to Malaysians, when the party could not even get the Cabinet to take sterner action against RPK?” – LGE.(Adm).

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26 Februay 2018

“Break off ties with Umno and Barisan if Umno and MIC fail to apologise over baseless allegations against Robert Kuok and the DAP” – LGE challenges MCA and Gerakan.(Adm).
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JOHOR DOES NOT NEED MALAYSIA BUT MALAYSIA NEEDS JOHOR By MalaysiaToday

16 June 2018

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JOHOR TIDAK PERLUKAN MALAYSIA TETAPI MALAYSIA PERLUKAN JOHOR

Dari MalaysiaToday

Baca dan fahami betul-betul wahai Bangsa Johor.

Kerajaan Persekutuan atau Putrajaya tidak boleh membuli Johor atau mengenepikannya, Johor secara sukarela menyertai Negeri-negeri Melayu Bersekutu pada tahun 1914 dan Persekutuan Tanah Melayu pada tahun 1948 dengan syarat-syarat tersendiri. Oleh itu, Johor tidak memerlukan Malaysia tetapi sebaliknya Malaysia memerlukan Johor. Johor boleh dengan mudah meninggalkan Malaysia dan membentuk ‘blok ekonomi’ bersama Singapura dan Brunei. Dan apakah yang akan dilakukan oleh Mahathir? Adakah beliau akan melakukan apa yang dilakukan oleh Saddam Hussein ke Kuwait?

Setiap tahun kerajaan negeri Johor telah menyumbang berbillion-billion ringgit kepada kerajaan persekutuan tetapi hanya 3 ratus juta sahaja yang diberikan semula kepada kerajaan negeri untuk mentadbir dan menjaga rakyat Johor. Adakah lebih baik sekiranya berbilion ringgit tersebut hanya kekal di bumi Johor untuk menjaga rakyat bangsa Johor?

Sultan Johor: Setiap sen elaun Sultan disalurkan untuk membantu mereka yang memerlukan sejak tahun 1899

(The Star) – Kesultanan Johor, sejak zaman pemerintahan sultan kedua, Almarhum Sultan Sir Ibrahim Ibn Almarhum Sultan Abu Bakar pada tahun 1899, sering menyumbangkan elaun dari pemerintah negeri untuk membantu orang yang memerlukan.

Kenyataan dari Royal Press Office yang dipaparkan di halaman Facebook rasmi Sultan Ibrahim mengatakan bahawa amalan ini berterusan pada masa Almarhum Sultan Iskandar Ibni Almarhum Sultan Ismail, di mana elaun itu disalurkan kepada Yayasan Sultan Iskandar.

Ia menyatakan bahawa Almarhum Sultan Iskandar sewaktu menjadi Yang di-Pertuan Agong kelapan dari tahun 1984-1989, elaun yang diterima baginda dari Kerajaan Persekutuan turut disalurkan kepada yayasan.

Yayasan Sultan Iskandar bukan sahaja membantu golongan miskin, tetapi juga menyediakan bantuan sewaktu berlaku bencana alam dan juga menyediakan dana untuk pendidikan.

Peruntukan yang diterima oleh yayasan ini, Yayasan Sultan Ibrahim, telah diperolehi daripada elaun yang diterima oleh baginda.

Sekarang anda saksikannya. DYMM Sultan Ibrahim ibni Almarhum Sultan Iskandar, Sultan Johor, telah memperbetulkan pembohongan Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad yang telah diputarbelitkan sejak lebih dari 30 tahun yang lalu pada awal 1980-an bahawa sepuluh Raja-Raja Melayu adalah ‘lintah’ yang menyedut wang rakyat sehingga kering.

Saya, secara peribadi, tahu bahawa Sultan Johor dan Selangor kaya dengan hak mereka sendiri dan terlibat dalam pelbagai aktiviti korporat. Dan pelaburan ini bukanlah monopoli beras, monopoli gula, monopoli tepung, AP import, kuota, hubungan kerajaan, konsesi penswastaan, dan sebagainya, seperti kroni-kroni kepada mereka yang berada di koridor kuasa telah nikmati sejak Tun Mahathir memegang jawatan sebagai Perdana Menteri pada 1981 dan Anwar Ibrahim menyertai Umno pada tahun 1982.

Mungkin kerajaan membayar gaji sepuluh Raja-Raja Melayu. Tetapi sebagaimana yang dimaklumkan oleh DYMM Sultan Johor, sejak tahun 1899 Sultan Johor telah mendermakan wang itu kembali kepada rakyat sebelum Tanah Melayu masih wujud pada tahun 1948 dan ketika British masih berkuasa di Kepulauan Melayu.

Kebanyakan rakyat Malaysia jahil mengenai sejarah dan kemungkinan besar tahun 1899 tidak bermakna apa-apa kepada mereka. Kenapa Kebawah Duli Yang Maha Mulia Sultan Johor memetik tahun 1899? Nah, sebabnya adalah seperti berikut.

Sebelum tahun 1826, kehadiran British di Kepulauan Melayu adalah melalui Syarikat India Timur yang berpusat di India. Pada tahun 1826, Syarikat India Timur membentuk Penyelesaian Negeri Selat yang terdiri daripada Melaka, Pulau Pinang dan Singapura dengan ibu pejabatnya di Singapura.

Pada 1 April 1867, Britain mengambil alih dan menempatkan Negeri-negeri Selat di bawah pemerintahan British secara langsung sebagai Colony Crown.

Pada tahun 1895, British membentuk Negeri Melayu Bersekutu Selangor, Perak, Negeri Sembilan dan Pahang dengan Penasihat British untuk membantu ‘memberi nasihat’ kepada empat Raja-Raja Melayu. Ringkasnya, ia adalah campurtangan British di empat negeri Melayu dan Raja-Raja Melayu menjadi boneka. Sekiranya mereka tidak bersetuju dengan apa yang diinginkan oleh British maka mereka akan dibuang dan digantikan dengan Raja Melayu baru.

Johor secara sukarela menyertai Negeri-negeri Melayu Bersekutu pada tahun 1914 dengan istilahnya sendiri dan bukannya pada istilah Inggeris.

Sepuluh tahun yang lalu, pada tahun 1885, Johor bersetuju untuk berada di bawah ‘perlindungan’ British. Ini seperti bagaimana triad Cina beroperasi. Triad Cina menawarkan perlindungan, yang perlu anda bayar dengan cara ‘wang perlindungan’, dan jika anda menolak perlindungan mereka, mereka memukul anda atau membunuh anda dan / atau membakar kedai anda.

Oleh itu, pihak British juga menawarkan perlindungan kepada Johor, tetapi datang dengan sebuah harga. Seperti yang dikatakan oleh Don Corleone dalam filem yang terkenal itu, Godfather, “British memberi anda tawaran yang anda tidak boleh menolak.” Jika tidak, anda akan dapati kepala kuda kesayangan anda di atas katil anda – dan Istana Johor mempunyai banyak kuda untuk dipilih.

British ‘menawarkan’ perlindungan kepada Johor terutamanya supaya mereka dapat melindungi ladang-ladang opium milik China di Johor yang sangat penting bagi ekonomi Singapura dan Hong Kong

Pada tahun 1909, British menandatangani Perjanjian Bangkok dengan Siam dan kawalan Kelantan, Terengganu, Kedah, dan Perlis dipindahkan ke British. Keempat negeri Melayu-negeri ini dikelompokkan di bawah Negeri-negeri Melayu Bersekutu. Oleh itu kita kini mempunyai tiga negeri Negeri-negeri Selat, empat Negeri Melayu Bersekutu dan empat Negeri Melayu Bersekutu. Dan kemudian kita mempunyai Kesultanan Johor yang bebas.

Tidak sampai tahun 1914 Johor menawarkan diri untuk menyertai Negeri-negeri Melayu Bersekutu tetapi pada istilah Johor dan bukan pada istilah British.

Tiga Negeri-negeri Selat (Singapura, Pulau Pinang dan Melaka) adalah jajahan British. Empat Negeri Melayu Bersekutu (Selangor, Negeri Sembilan, Perak dan Pahang) adalah pelindung negara British. Keempat Negeri Melayu Bersekutu (Perlis, Kedah, Terengganu dan Kelantan) adalah pelindung Siam yang dipindahkan ke kawalan British. Dan Johor adalah sebuah Kesultanan yang bebas.

Umno dibentuk oleh DYMM Sultan di Istana Johor pada tahun 1946 untuk menentang rancangan British bagi membentuk Kesatuan Tanah Melayu dan dengan itu Persekutuan Tanah Melayu dibentuk pada tahun 1948

Ketika British membentuk Malayan Union pada tahun 1946, Umno dibentuk untuk menentang rancangan British. Dan Umno terbentuk di Istana Johor di Johor Bahru. Tanpa pembentukan Umno pada tahun 1946, Persekutuan Tanah Melayu tidak akan pernah wujud pada tahun 1948. Kerana Istana Johor dan negeri Johor kemudian malaysia terbentuk

Kredit artikel http://www.malaysia-today.net/…/johor-does-not-need-malays…/

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JOHOR DOES NOT NEED MALAYSIA BUT MALAYSIA NEEDS JOHOR

By MalaysiaToday

Hence the Federal Government or Putrajaya cannot bully Johor or push it around. Johor volunteered to join the Unfederated Malay States in 1914 and the Federation of Malaya in 1948 on its own terms. Hence Johor does not need Malaysia but Malaysia needs Johor. Johor can easily leave Malaysia and form an ‘economic block’ with Singapore and Brunei. And then what is Mahathir going to do? Is he going to do what Saddam Hussein did to Kuwait?

Every year, the government of Johor contributes billions upon billions of ringgit to the federal government but only gets a three hundred millions back for the state government expenditures and the welfare of the people of Johor. Wouldn’t it be better if those billions stay in Johor and be used to take care of Bangsa Johor?

Johor Ruler: Every sen of Sultan’s allowance channelled to aid needy since 1899

(The Star) – The Johor Sultanate, ever since the time of its second ruler, Almarhum Sultan Sir Ibrahim Ibni Almarhum Sultan Abu Bakar in 1899, has always donated allowances from the state government to aid the needy.

A statement by the Royal Press Office posted on Sultan Ibrahim’s official Facebook page said that this practice continued during the time of Almarhum Sultan Iskandar Ibni Almarhum Sultan Ismail, where the allowance was channelled to Yayasan Sultan Iskandar.

It said that even when the late Sultan Iskandar was the eighth Yang di-Pertuan Agong from 1984-1989, his allowances from the Federal Government were channelled to the foundation.

Yayasan Sultan Iskandar not only helped the poor, but also provides aid during natural disasters and even provides funds for education.

Allocations for this foundation, Yayasan Sultan Ibrahim, were donated from allowances received by His Majesty.

Well, there you have it. His Majesty Sultan Ibrahim ibni Almarhum Sultan Iskandar, the Sultan of Johor, has corrected the lie that Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad has been spinning since more than 30 years ago in the early 1980s that the ten Raja-Raja Melayu are leeches who suck the rakyat’s money dry.

I, for one, know that the Sultans of Johor and Selangor are wealthy in their own right and are involved in all sorts of corporate activities. And these investments are not rice monopolies, sugar monopolies, flour monopolies, import APs, quotas, government contacts, privatisation concessions, and so on, like what the cronies to those who walk in the corridors of power have been enjoying since the time when Mahathir took over as Prime Minister in 1981 and Anwar Ibrahim joined Umno in 1982.

Maybe the government does pay the ten Raja-Raja Melayu a salary. But as His Majesty the Sultan of Johor said, since 1899 the Johor Sultans have been donating that money back to the rakyat long before Malaya even existed in 1948 and when the British were still ruling the Malay Archipelago.

Most Malaysians are jahil (ignorant) regarding history and most likely the year 1899 means nothing to them. Why did His Majesty the Sultan of Johor quote the year 1899? Well, the reason is as follows.

Prior to 1826, the British presence in the Malay Archipelago was through the East India Company that was based in India. In 1826, the East India Company formed the Straits Settlements that consisted of Melaka, Penang and Singapore with its headquarters in Singapore.

On 1st April 1867, Britain took over and placed the Straits Settlements under direct British rule as a Crown Colony.

In 1895, the British formed the Federated Malay States of Selangor, Perak, Negeri Sembilan and Pahang with British Advisers to help ‘advise’ the four Raja-Raja Melayu. In short, it was British intervention in the four Malay States and the Raja-Raja Melayu were reduced to puppets. If they did not agree to what the British wanted then they would be removed and replaced with a new Raja Melayu.

Johor voluntarily joined the Unfederated Malay States in 1914 on its own terms and not on British terms

Ten years earlier, in 1885, Johor agreed to come under the ‘protection’ of the British. This is just like how the Chinese triads operate. The Chinese triads offer you protection, which you have to pay for by way of ‘protection money’, and if you refuse their protection they beat you up or murder you and/or burn down your shop.

So, the British also offered Johor protection, which came at a price. As Don Corleone said in that famous movie, Godfather, “The British made you an offer you can’t refuse.” If not, you would find your favourite horse’s head in your bed — and the Johor Palace has many horses to choose from.

The British ‘offered’ Johor protection mainly so that they could protect the Chinese-owned opium fields in Johor that were very crucial to Singapore’s and Hong Kong’s economy

In 1909, the British signed the Bangkok Treaty with Siam and control of Kelantan, Terengganu, Kedah, and Perlis were transferred to the British. These four Malay-heartland states were grouped under the Unfederated Malay States. So we now had the three Straits Settlements states, the four Federated Malay State and the four Unfederated Malay States. And then we had the independent Sultanate of Johor.

It was not until 1914 that Johor volunteered to join the Unfederated Malay States but on Johor’s terms and not on British terms.

The three Straits Settlements states (Singapore, Penang and Melaka) were British colonies. The four Federated Malay States (Selangor, Negeri Sembilan, Perak and Pahang) were British protectorates. The four Unfederated Malay States (Perlis, Kedah, Terengganu and Kelantan) were Siamese protectorates transferred to British control. And Johor was an independent Sultanate.

Umno was formed in His Majesty the Sultan of Johor’s Palace in 1946 to resist the British plan to form the Malayan Union and with that the Federation of Malaya was formed in 1948

When the British formed the Malayan Union in 1946, Umno was formed to resist the British plan. And Umno was formed in His Majesty the Sultan of Johor’s Palace in Johor Baru. Without the formation of Umno in 1946, the Federation of Malaya would have never come into being in 1948. It is because of the Johor Palace and Johor, later Malaysia, happened.

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PKR’s Rafizi Ramli and Amanah’s Datuk Mujahid Yusof Rawa: Returning power to the country’s constitutional monarchs as a check and balance of the ruling coalition is not viable…

16 September 2016

Mahathir hands over Citizens’ Declaration to Agong

Parti Pribumi Bersatu Malaysia (Bersatu) chairperson Dr Mahathir Mohamad met with the Yang di-Pertuan Agong Tuanku Abdul Halim Mu’adzam Shah yesterday to hand over the Citizens’ Declaration.

A source told Malaysiakini that the meeting took place at the Istana Anak Bukit in Kedah yesterday evening.

The source said Mahathir had brought with him the Citizens’ Declaration, as well as photos of the 1.3 million documents that the Save Malaysia group claimed were signed by the public.

https://www.malaysiakini.com/news/355887?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter

9 May 2016

Empowering monarchs to curb Putrajaya not viable, opposition MPs says

KUALA LUMPUR, May 9 — Restoring the lost powers of the Malay Rulers is not the way forward to check alleged excesses by the federal government, two opposition lawmakers said today.

PKR’s Rafizi Ramli and Amanah’s Datuk Mujahid Yusof Rawa disagreed with calls from both the Johor sultan and former minister Datuk Zaid Ibrahim to return power to the country’s constitutional monarchs to check and balance the ruling coalition.

“Power corrupts and unaccountable power obviously has a higher exposure to corruption,” Rafizi told Malay Mail Online, emphasising that the existing constitutional monarchy system is best for the country.

Sultan Ibrahim Iskandar of Johor wants the Rulers to have more say in passing legislation instead of merely providing their royal assent as is the current practice, after the Mahathir administration effectively stripped them of powers, including their legal immunity.

Zaid, a former Umno minister and ex-PKR leader has also backed the Johor Ruler’s call, saying “some powers” can be restored due to the opposition’s alleged failure to act as an effective check and balance mechanism.

The PKR secretary-general lashed out at Zaid for changing his “framework of reforms”.

“I totally disagree with his view and I think Zaid should make up his mind on what exactly is his framework of thinking to bring reforms to the country, because he seems to be shifting a lot,” the Pandan MP said.

Amanah vice-chairman Mujahid also disagreed with arming the monarchy with powers, saying reforms should be through a democratic process.

“Rulers are non-political, any changes should be done by the aspiration of the rakyat through a democratic process which is political by nature,” he told Malay Mail Online when contacted.

“The Rulers only endorse the people’s choice and remain the supreme protector symbolically and constitutionally,” he added.

https://www.malaymail.com/s/1116257/empowering-monarchs-to-curb-putrajaya-not-viable-opposition-mps-says

8 May 2016

Johor Sultan calls on Malaysia’s government to ‘restore powers of Rulers’

JOHOR BARU (THE STAR/ASIA NEWS NETWORK) – Johor Ruler Sultan Ibrahim Sultan Iskandar has said he hopes the Malaysian government will rectify the amendments to the Federal Constitution involving the powers of the monarchy.

Sultan Ibrahim said the amendments to remove their immunity had been made for political or individual interests.

“I hope that this could be rectified,” said Sultan Ibrahim in his royal address at the opening of the three-day 2016 Conference of Parliamentary and State Assembly Speakers of Malaysia at Persada Johor International Convention Centre in Johor on Saturday (May 7).

Sultan Ibrahim said that under the Federal Constitution and State constitutions, the legislature is made up of two components – the King and Parliament at the federal level and the Sultan and state legislative assemblies at the state level.

“It is not proper to limit or abolish the power of the King or the Sultan in examining and giving their Royal Assent for laws. This just reduces the role of the King and the Sultans to mere rubber stamps for laws passed by the Parliament or the state legislative assemblies.”

But now a Malay political party has limited the power of the King to consider new laws, said Sultan Ibrahim. Worse was the amendment forcing the King to accept the advice of the Cabinet, he added.

http://www.straitstimes.com/asia/se-asia/johor-sultan-calls-on-malaysias-government-to-restore-powers-of-rulers

Mahathir hands over ‘The Citizens’ Declaration’ to The Agong: 1.3 million signatures.

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The Yang di-Pertuan Agong: The royal institution should not be taken lightly, not a mere symbol but has a crucial role to play during times of crises.

14 June 2018

Agong: Royal institution not mere symbol, crucial in times of crises

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Yang di-Pertuan Agong Sultan Muhammad V, in his Hari Raya Aidil Fitri message delivered today, reminded Malaysians that the royal institution should not be taken lightly, stressing that it is not a mere symbol but has a crucial role to play during times of crises.

“The royal institution in the practice of a constitutional monarchy, particularly the Yang di-Pertuan Agong, cannot be taken lightly and treated in a whimsical manner as it is an institution clearly outlined in the Federal Constitution.

“The institution of the Yang di-Pertuan Agong, in my opinion, should not be seen as a mere symbol as it plays a crucial role in stabilising the situation when crises occur so that the people and the country do not suffer,” he said.

He said the drafters of the federal constitution had made this clear in writing.

“But more importantly is what is not clearly written but is implied which is courtesy and morality as taught by our ancestors and which should be carefully appreciated by all,” he said.

As easterners, the ruler said Malaysians should not abandon such values.
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In his address, Sultan Muhammad urged Malaysians to foster unity and visit one another’s homes during the Hari Raya.

The ruler’s Hari Raya address over RTM was broadcast back-to-back with Prime Minister Dr Mahthir Mohamad’s Hari Raya address.

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Does the Masjid India ‘Mafia’ control the bazaar? Did they collect the RM5,000 per lot?

18 June 2018

Bersatu man in Ramadan bazaar controversy wants accusers probed

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Bukit Bintang Bersatu Youth chief Mohd Noorhisyam Abd Karim wants authorities to investigate those who accused him of misusing his political connections to secure rights to Ramadan bazaar lots and rent them out for exorbitant prices.

Noorhisyam lodged a police report to that effect at the Dang Wangi police headquarters around 1.30pm today.

“I am making this report to reject and deny these accusations which were made viral, and also to enable the authorities to investigate these claims made by certain parties, including the media.

“This is so that my name is cleared, along with Bersatu and also Bukit Bintang MP Fong Kui Lun’s name,” he said in the report sighted by Malaysiakini.

Noorhisyam also said that he was willing to cooperate with the police, MACC and Kuala Lumpur City Hall in their investigation.

The division Bersatu secretary Abdul Razak Zabir and information chief Azrul Feisal Abdullah also filed their own reports to clear accusations about their involvement in the Ramadan bazaar lot rentals.

Previously, Bersatu Youth had requested authorities to investigate the matter.

https://www.malaysiakini.com/news/430209

17 June 2018

Masjid India ‘mafia’ controls bazaar, say traders

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Ameer Ali Mydin, head of the local business association, tells of physical threat when he ‘made noise’ about the problem.

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A mess left behind by the Ramadan bazaar traders in Jalan Masjid India. (Ameer Ali Mydin pic.)

PETALING JAYA: A “mafia” has been in control of the yearly Ramadan street bazaar in the Masjid India area of Kuala Lumpur, say local businessmen, urging that the authorities take action against them.

Ameer Ali Mydin, head of the Masjid India Business Association, said: “There is a mafia there. If anyone lodges a report, they’ll be finished.” He said he had been threatened with physical harm in the past “just because I made noise over the matter”.

He told FMT: “Nothing was done. Everyone just wants to be a hero and deny their inaction during the crisis. So what is the difference between Barisan Nasional and Pakatan Harapan? It seems no one can stop this nonsense.”

Ameer said he had urged Bukit Bintang MP Fong Kui Lun to come to the area urgently to better understand matters at hand, as an “association” had been selling stall lots for years.

Fong has been embroiled in a controversy after news reports alleged that PPBM Youth member Noorhisyam Abd Karim had profited from the bazaar by charging hawkers as much as RM5,000 rent for one of the 80 lots licensed by City Hall (DBKL), although the city licensing fees and other charges amounted to only about RM6,000 in total.

Fong had said that the only reason he issued a letter of support for Noorhisyam was because he wanted to help traders who didn’t have a licence to set up stalls at the Ramadan bazaar.

Ameer said he had received feedback that “rentals” for the stalls could reach as high as RM18,000 during the last week of Ramadan.
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He said DBKL had managed the bazaar poorly, leading to traffic jams and littering.

http://www.freemalaysiatoday.com/category/nation/2018/06/17/masjid-india-mafia-controls-bazaar-say-traders/

16 June 2018

Bukit Bintang MP to lodge MACC report over Ramadan bazaar controversy

KUALA LUMPUR: Bukit Bintang MP Fong Kui Lun is expected to lodge a report with the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) over the Ramadan Bazaar scandal in Jalan Masjid India involving a Parti Pribumi Bersatu Malaysia Youth leader.

This comes following news report that Pribumi Youth leader Mohd Noorhisyam Abd Karim was accused of allegedly misusing political connections to secure 80 bazaar lots and renting it out for as high as RM5,000 per lot.

Fong’s special assistant Sally Sian said he would be filing a report once he returns from an overseas trip.

“Also, we have asked the traders, who had paid any fee in order to get the Bazaar Ramadan lots, to come to our service centre and clarify the matter.

“However, none have come forward so far but we still welcome them.

“There should not be any middleman handling the Ramadan Bazaar lot and this is a serious matter.

“If the allegations about Mohd Noorhisyam are true, we will leave it to MACC to investigate,” she said during a press conference held at Taman Wahyu, Kepong on Saturday (June 16).

Kepong MP Lim Lip Eng, who was also present at the press conference, said the letter of support by Fong was given in good faith.

“This is to help the poor hawkers to get a lot in the Ramadan Bazaar, but there are culprits who use it for their own gains instead,” said Lim.
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Read more at https://www.thestar.com.my/news/nation/2018/06/16/bukit-bintang-mp-to-lodge-macc-report-over-ramadan-bazaar-controversy/#qkeIQtug1RE1wEzH.99

IS THIS A TRUE COPY OR A FAKE?

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https://m.malaysiakini.com/news/429819

15 June 2018

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Ramadan bazaar row: DAP MP admits writing support letter, denies pocketing rent

KUALA LUMPUR, June 15 — Bukit Bintang MP Fong Kui Lun today admitted writing a letter to City Hall (DBKL) to support the application of a Parti Pribumi Bersatu Malaysia (PPBM) Youth member at the centre of controversial corruption claim concerning the rental of Ramadan bazaar stalls here.

However, the veteran lawmaker, who is also DAP treasurer, denied that he had received any monetary benefit from additional charges allegedly collected from stall traders in the Masjid India area as “rental” by his Pakatan Harapan (PH) colleague, who has been named as Mohd Noorhisyam Abd Karim.

“On June 5, Mohd Noorhisyam asked me for help to issue a letter of support with the intention to help traders who failed to get a licence from DBKL so they could set up shop at Jalan Masjid India during Ramadan.

“I issued the support letter on the condition that no rental charges be imposed by anyone other than DBKL,” he said in a statement.

https://www.malaymail.com/s/1642312/ramadan-bazaar-row-dap-mp-admits-writing-support-letter-denies-pocketing-re#.WyN1aztRDis.twitter

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Laporan polis oleh saya mewakili Biro Integriti, Anti-Rasuah & Salah Guna Kuasa ARMADA Nasional terhadap isu dakwaan Ahli ARMADA/ PPBM memeras ugut bayaran tambahan dari para peniaga Bazar Ramadan di Jalan Masjid India, KL.
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DBKL: We were forced to approved Bersatu youth leader’s application

Thursday, 14 Jun 2018

KUALA LUMPUR: Kuala Lumpur City Hall (DBKL) Licensing and Petty Traders Development Department director Anwar Mohd Zain said he was forced to approve

Bersatu youth leader Mohd Noorhisyam Abd Karim’s application for bazaar lots after receiving a support letter from Bukit Bintang MP Fong Kui Lun.

“We said no initially, but he (Noorhisyam) kept pestering us and we only gave in after receiving Bukit Bintang MP’s  support letter,’’ Anwar said.

Anwar was responding to a report pertaining to a Ramadan bazaar scandal in Jalan Masjid India involving Mohd Noorhisyam, who is accused of misusing political connections to secure 80 bazaar lots and renting it out for as high as RM5,000 per lot.

“We also agreed after he claimed that he was only doing it to help poor people earn some money for Hari Raya,’’ he said.

Anwar said that DBKL also made it clear to Noorhisyam that he must ensure that he received the co-operation from the shop owners along Masjid India.

“There was no more space for new lots there, but we allowed them to put up stalls near the Maybank area as long as it did not interfere with traffic,’’ he said.

Anwar said that DBKL scrapped its old system of allocating bazaar lots to political parties in 2014.

The system prior to 2014 has been mired in controversy, with various parties alleging  corruption and nepotism.

Read more at https://www.thestar.com.my/news/nation/2018/06/14/dbkl-we-were-forced-to-approved-bersatu-youth-leader-application/#VRxSqEIFVW3C7OTg.99

Masjid India traders back claims of rent-seeking by ‘Pakatan’ members

KUALA LUMPUR, June 14 — Several traders at Jalan Masjid India here claimed people dressed as Pakatan Harapan members demanded inflated fees to ensure that lot allocations for a Ramadan bazaar were not revoked.

During a walkabout organised by PKR Youth Setiawangsa Treasurer Muhammad Arif Safruddin today, the traders expressed anger and disappointment over the demand for up for 56 times the official rental rates stated by Kuala Lumpur City Hall (DBKL).

Muhammad Arif said he took the initiative to gather evidence from affected traders to be presented to the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC), after Parti Pribumi Bersatu Malaysia (PPBM) Youth chief Syed Saddiq Syed Abdul Rahman released a statement earlier regarding the alleged abuse of power by a local party member.

“In the police report I lodged on Sunday, I met with the leader of the group going around demanding payment from the traders after I received a tip-off from my relative who was one of the victim.

“When I asked their leader, an individual by the name of Man Berong, to produce a letter of authority giving them the rights to collect the rental fees, they could not produce such documents and instead threatened the traders who refused to pay,” he told Malay Mail.

Earlier today, a letter purportedly sent by DBKL informing a Federal Territories Bersatu Youth member of his successful application for 80 lots at the bazaar was circulated online.

Clothes trader Rafidah Mohd Noor, 41 said a group of individuals wearing red shirts commonly associated with PPBM came last Saturday to demand another RM3,000 for her to remain at her present lot.

“I straight up protested saying it was not fair because I paid RM4,000 for the period of four weeks before Ramadan to secure the trading spot and cover my capital within the entire period,” she told Malay Mail.

Rafidah said the same group of five people then returned on Tuesday and reduced their demand to RM2,000 for three days until Friday.

This time, Rafidah caved and paid them off.

https://www.malaymail.com/s/1642068/masjid-india-traders-back-claims-of-rent-seeking-by-pakatan-members?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=facebook

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Ketua Pemuda PPBM Bahagian, Mohd Noorhisyam buat untung RM 400k atas 80 tapak bazar Ramadhan di Jalan Masjid India. Apa ni ? Kasihan peniaga-peniaga Melayu kena tipu dgn PPBM.

 

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Utusan and Lim Guan Eng…

LIM GUAN ENG AND UTUSAN MALAYSIA HAVE GONE TO COURT SEVERAL TIMES.

These are the three cases that Utusan has lost:

1. In March 2017, in a consent judgment, the newspaper apologised for its article titled “Guan Eng tarik balik saman Shaik Hussein” (Guan Eng withdraws summons against Shaik Hussein). It would also compensate Lim with an undisclosed amount for the article that Lim claimed was “distorted news”.

2.  In June 2012, The High Court ordered Utusan Malaysia to pay RM200,000 in damages to Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng over a word used in an article in 2008. Lim’s defamation suit was over the article dated March 12, 2008, under the heading Tiada Lagi DEB’ (No More DEB).

3. In December 2012, the High Court awarded Lim Guan Eng RM200,000 in general and aggravated damages for defamation suit against Utusan Melayu (M) Berhad. High Court judge Varghese George Varughesie also ordered Utusan to pay RM25,000 in costs. Lim had sued Utusan for allegedly defaming him in an article entitled ‘Kebiadaban Guan Eng’ (Guan Eng’s insolence) published by the Malay language daily on Dec 20 last year.

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https://dinmerican.wordpress.com/2011/12/14/36215/

2017

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Utusan apologises to Guan Eng in court settlement

Susan Loone  |  Published on

Utusan Melayu (M) apologised to Penang Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng in a defamation suit he filed over an article published in Utusan Malaysia on Aug 20 last year.

This came after both parties reached a settlement at the High Court in Penang today.

Utusan Melayu is the printer, publisher and distributor of Utusan Malaysia.

In a consent judgment, the newspaper apologised for its article titled “Guan Eng tarik balik saman Shaik Hussein” (Guan Eng withdraws summons against Shaik Hussein).

It will also compensate Lim, with an amount that was not disclosed, for the article that Lim claimed was “distorted news”.

Judicial Commissioner Azmi Abdullah presided over the consent judgment, while Lim was represented by Simon Murali.

Utusan Malaysia’s legal executive Siti Norzulaikah Ibrahim read out the public apology in court.

Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng withdrew the case filed against (then) state Umno Youth chief Shaik Hussein Mydin (photo) three years ago, after Shaik Hussein willingly and without conditions withdrew his allegation of corruption against Lim Guan Eng on Oct 5, 2012.

“We apologise to Lim Guan Eng for the inconvenience and confusion caused by the wrong facts on our part by publishing the original article,” the apology note states.

On Oct 5, Shaik Hussein had alleged that Lim was corrupt over the Taman Manggis state land deal, which the CM had strongly denied.

Murali said the apology would be published on Page 2 of Utusan Malaysia, within seven days.
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Lim said Utusan Malaysia had reported that he withdrew his defamation suit against Shaik Hussein without conditions.

“In actual fact, I did it only after he withdrew his allegations of corruption against me,” Lim told reporters outside the court.

“When Shaik Hussein withdrew his allegations of corruption against me, it was not reported in Utusan Malaysia, so I am happy that I can clear my name and claims of corruption against me by the Umno leader.

“Because of their wrongful report, Utusan again apologised to me. At least I have got back some justice,” Lim added.

https://www.malaysiakini.com/news/375784

Utusan says sorry to Guan Eng over ‘corrupt’ story

March 15, 2017

Apology follows a settlement between Utusan Malaysia and the Penang chief minister on three mutually-agreed terms.
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GEORGE TOWN: Utusan Malaysia will publish an apology to Penang Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng over a news report that was deemed “factually distorted”.

The said report, which appeared in Utusan’s Aug 20, 2015 edition, was based on Lim’s defamation case against former Penang Umno Youth chief Shaik Hussein Mydin.

Shaik Hussein had called Lim “corrupt” in 2012. When Shaik Hussein was sued by Lim, Shaik Hussein apologised to Lim in chambers. Lim then withdrew the suit against him.

However, when Utusan carried a report on the withdrawal titled “Guan Eng tarik balik saman Shaik Hussein” (“Guan Eng withdraws suit against Shaik Hussein”), it left out the fact that the withdrawal of the suit followed an apology.

Shaik Hussein is now Bagan Umno chief.

Today, a consent judgement was reached between Utusan and Lim at the High Court here on three mutually-agreed terms.

The terms were a public apology before the court, an apology to appear on page 2 of Utusan (which must match the size of the original report) in the next seven days and compensation to Lim.

Utusan’s legal executive Norzulaikah Ibrahim read an apology before Judicial Commissioner Azmi Abdullah this morning.

The apology read:

“Behubung berita bertajuk ‘Guan Eng tarik balik saman terhadap bekas Ketua Pemuda Umno Negeri’ yang disiarkan oleh akhbar ini pada 20 Ogos 2015, artikel tersebut sepatutnya dibawa dengan fakta bahawa:

“Ketua Menteri Pulau Pinang Lim Guan Eng menarik balik saman yang difailkan tiga tahun lalu terhadap bekas Ketua Pemuda Umno Negeri Datuk Dr Shaik Hussein Mydin setelah Shaik Hussein menarik balik tanpa sebarang syarat dan dengan penuh kerelaan hati dakwaan rasuah yang dibuat olehnya terhadap Lim Guan Eng pada 5 Oktober 2012.

“Kami memohon maaf kepada YAB Lim Guan Eng atas kesulitan yang dialami beliau ekoran daripada kekeliruan dan kesilapan fakta di pihak kami dalam penyiaran berita asal tersebut.”

The parties involved refused to reveal the settlement amount.

Lim then withdrew the defamation suit he took against Utusan over the story.

http://www.freemalaysiatoday.com/category/nation/2017/03/15/utusan-says-sorry-to-guan-eng-over-corrupt-story/

2012

Utusan Malaysia to pay RM200,000 to Guan Eng for defamation


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  • Friday, 22 Jun 2012

    GEORGE TOWN: The High Court has ordered Utusan Malaysia to pay RM200,000 in damages to Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng over a word used in an article in 2008.

    Lim’s defamation suit was against Utusan Melayu (M) Sdn Bhd over the article dated March 12, 2008, under the heading Tiada Lagi DEB’ (No More DEB).

    Judicial Commissioner Nurmala Salim said there was malice when the newspaper published something that Lim had not said during a press conference.

    Lim had testified on Jan 11 that he did not say he was going to abolish or menghapuskan’ the NEP but that he would run the government administration free from the NEP that breeds cronyism, corruption and systematic inefficiency.

    On Dec 13 last year, Utusan Malaysia was also ordered to pay RM200,000 in damages to Lim for publishing a defamatory article concerning the latter. (Guan Eng wins suit against Utusan).

    Justice Varghese George Varughese said seven paragraphs containing the defamatory words were malicious, had intention to mislead readers and was written in bad faith.
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    Read more at https://www.thestar.com.my/news/nation/2012/06/22/utusan-malaysia-to-pay-rm200000-to-guan-eng-for-defamation/#HPlMsCcZwKsqUzH9.99

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Guan Eng wins suit against Utusan

GEORGE TOWN (Dec 14, 2011): The High Court today awarded Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng RM200,000 in general and aggravated damages after he won a defamation suit against Utusan Melayu (M) Berhad.

High Court judge Varghese George Varughesie also ordered Utusan to pay RM25,000 in costs and fixed interest at four per cent per anum from the date of judgement until full settlement.

Lim, who is also DAP secretary-general, had sued Utusan for allegedly defaming him in an article entitled ‘Kebiadaban Guan Eng’ (Guan Eng’s insolence) published by the Malay language daily on Dec 20 last year.

Judge Varghese said the article was hatched in bad faith and the publication was motivated by spite and malice to subject Lim to contempt and scorn to the public at large, and malign him as the Chief Minister and elected representative.

He said the writer had admitted during trial that he did not undertake to verify the information in the article nor made attempts to do so.

Judge Varghese said the article was hatched in bad faith and the publication was motivated by spite and malice to subject Lim to contempt and scorn to the public at large, and malign him as the Chief Minister and elected representative.

He said the writer had admitted during trial that he did not undertake to verify the information in the article nor made attempts to do so.

“(The writer) proffered an excuse that a boycott of Utusan by the Penang state government had prevented him from doing so. To me that excuse was a lame one and not acceptable,” he told a court room packed with reporters and members of the state government.

Judge Varghese said the basic requirement of journalism was to verify information and its disregard to do so in this case showed that the defendant was wholly motivated by malice.

“It is solely evident that the article written and published was outright malicious and intentionally made to malign the plaintiff (Lim) without cause and unfairly,” he said.

Judge Varghese also noted that the defence use of qualified privilege under Common Law failed to apply as the plaintiff had established malice.

UPDATED @ 06:29:12 PM 14-12-2011

December 14, 2011

http://www.themalaysianinsider.com

UPDATED @ 06:29:12 PM 14-12-2011

Utusan Malaysia guilty of defamation against Penang Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng

By Shazwan Mustafa Kamal

The High Court today found Utusan Malaysia guilty of making “malicious”, defamatory and untruthful statements against Lim Guan Eng, and ordered the UMNO daily to pay him RM200,000 in damages and RM25,000 in costs.

Justice G.V Varughese, in an hour-long judgment delivered in Penang, outlined seven paragraphs in an Utusan article titled “Kebiadapan Guan Eng” in which the paper had “maliciously defamed Lim, and made him and the DAP look as if they are anti-Malay and anti-Islam.”

“The judge ruled that the defendant showed selective vendetta against DAP and the plaintiff,” Lim’s lawyer Jagdeep Singh Deo told The Malaysian Insider.

“The ruling stated that Utusan had shown disdain for the highest standards of responsible journalism,” added Jagdeep.

The lawyer said, among other things, the article had accused the Penang Chief Minister of “attacking Malay institutions, being racist, being opposed to Malays, demolishing Malay stalls and villages, and cancelling the state’s Maulidur Rasul celebration.”

“The learned judge, after listening to witnesses brought in by both sides, ruled that Utusan’s allegations were malicious and not factually true,” added Jagdeep.

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The Merdeka Centre for Opinion Research FAILED its Biggest Test: It predicted a Najib-BN win in GE 14… LMAO.

The Merdeka Centre for Opinion Research’s failure to predict the result of GE 14 correctly:  Was it poor research that led to poor analysis?

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AFTER ITS MONUMENTAL FAILURE TO PREDICT THE GE 14 RESULTS, IT MAKES ANOTHER PREDICTION THAT MANY WILL FIND DIFFICULT TO SWALLOW…

14 June 2018

Still believe in Merdeka Center? They predicted an overwhelming victory for BN ! To say only 30% Malay support for PH ???

Report: 95% Chinese but less than 30% Malays voted for PH

June 14, 2018

Straits Times daily says the roughly equal split in Malay votes among PH, PAS and BN will have major implications in future elections.

KUALA LUMPUR: About 95% of Chinese voters chose Pakatan Harapan (PH) in the May 9 general election, more than the 85% who supported the now-defunct Pakatan Rakyat coalition in 2013, the Straits Times (ST) reported today.

However, only 25-30% of Malays voted for PH, the report added, citing figures from Merdeka Center. It said 35-40% of Malays voted for Barisan Nasional (BN) while 30-33% supported PAS.
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The paper warned that the split in Malay votes would have major implications in future elections as PH, BN and PAS fight it out for their support.

It quoted Merdeka Center’s research manager Tan Seng Keat as saying that while many traditional BN supporters were unhappy with former prime minister Najib Razak and his goods and services tax, they did not trust PH, either.

This was because some Malays believed PAS and BN propaganda that PH was controlled by the Chinese-dominated DAP.

“Propaganda indoctrination over all these years cannot change in just a few days of campaigning, even with Dr Mahathir Mohamad there. For them, Umno is a Malay party, a Muslim party. They feel safe,” Tan told ST.

The report, quoting analysts, said the split Malay vote meant that PH leaders must tread carefully in framing issues deemed sensitive to Malays if they wanted to gain their trust.

And Umno and PAS would try even harder to woo the Malays by using the familiar baits of race and religion, they said.

This, according to the report, could be seen in the Malay backlash over PH’s appointment of non-Malays as finance minister and attorney-general (AG). DAP’s Lim Guan Eng is finance minister while Tommy Thomas has been appointed as AG.

Analysts also cautioned PH against any “fast moves into sensitive areas”.

http://www.freemalaysiatoday.com/category/nation/2018/06/14/report-95-chinese-but-less-than-30-malays-voted-for-ph/

2 May 2018

Malaysia PM likely to win election but opposition could win popular vote — survey

KUALA LUMPUR (May 2): With just a week to go to a general election, Malaysia’s main opposition bloc is making gains and will likely win the popular vote, but Prime Minister Najib Razak is expected to retain power, according to a survey by pollster Merdeka Center.

Malaysians vote on May 9, with Najib going up against his former mentor turned critic Mahathir Mohamad, a former long-serving prime minister now leading the opposition.

Najib is facing his toughest election yet as he grapples with public anger over rising costs and a financial scandal at a state fund.

Mahathir’s Pakatan Harapan coalition is likely to win 43.7% of the popular vote, as of May 1, up from a forecast of 42%, as of April 9, Merdeka Center director Ibrahim Suffian said on Wednesday.

Najib’s Barisan Nasional (BN) coalition is expected to win 40.3% of the popular vote, as of May 1, down slightly from an April 9 forecast of 40.8%, Ibrahim said.

The Merdeka Center is one of Malaysia’s few independent pollsters.

The poll was conducted in west Malaysia, which accounts for nearly 75% of parliamentary seats. It did not include the Malaysian part of Borneo island.

http://www.theedgemarkets.com/article/malaysia-pm-likely-win-election-opposition-could-win-popular-vote-%E2%80%94-survey

26 April 2018

GE14 to see 8% Malay vote swing to Pakatan in peninsula, but BN will prevail, says Merdeka Center

KUALA LUMPUR (April 26): Almost 8% of Malay votes may swing to the opposition in the 14th general election (GE14), the latest survey by opinion pollster Merdeka Center shows.

The survey indicated that Malay sentiment against the ruling coalition is likely to cause a 7.9% swing in the May 9 polls, Merdeka Center programme director Ibrahim Suffian said at a seminar on the election outlook tonight.

“Yes (there will be a Malay tsunami), but (it will be) diffused across state and contesting parties. Each state has its own unique dynamic reflective of local political history, contemporary condition and developments, and relative strength of the local political actor,” he said.
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“Despite going it alone, PAS continues to hold on to core Malay supporters. Due to the split in Malay opposition votes, the Pakatan Harapan and PAS face an uphill challenge to win seats as the BN block of voters is fairly solid,” he said.

“The split in opposition votes appears to prompt some undecided voters to go back to BN in some states as they are loyal to none of the parties, but may be more pragmatic in their choices or want to be inspired by (BN) leaders. BN will prevail despite a lower vote share,” he said.

http://www.theedgemarkets.com/article/ge14-see-8-malay-vote-swing-pakatan-peninsula-bn-will-prevail-says-merdeka-center

7 January 2018

Najib will win GE14, regain two-thirds majority, says survey


The Malaysian Insight

DR Mahathir Mohamad’s mission to drive Prime Minister Najib Razak out of Putrajaya in the 14th general election will fail, a nationwide survey has shown.

The Merdeka Centre for Opinion Research poll conducted in December finds that although Barisan Nasional’s (BN) share of the popular vote is likely to shrink further, a combination of three-cornered fights and redelineation could enable the coalition to regain a two-thirds majority in the Dewan Rakyat.

Pakatan Harapan’s (PH) fractious nature could also drive the opposition’s failure, concludes the the survey, which results were presented at the CIMB Malaysia Corporate Day last week.

“BN is just 13 seats short of regaining a two-thirds majority in Dewan Rakyat. With an intra-opposition deal looking increasingly remote, BN is in a position to regain its two-thirds,” said Merdeka Centre director Ibrahim Suffian.

“The opposition’s prospects range from slim to zero as PAS leaders appear keen to prevent a PH victory. PAS seems ready to assist Umno on the grounds of preserving Malay political hegemony.”

https://www.themalaysianinsight.com/s/31212/

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Breaking the 7th and 11th Commandments…

The 7th Commandment: You shall not commit adultery.

The 11th Commandment: Do not get caught.

13 June 2018

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‘Cheating husband’ is caught ‘having an affair with housemaid after getting STUCK inside her while having sex’

A husband accused of cheating was ‘caught’ after becoming stuck inside his lover while they were having sex in a hotel room in Kenya, it has been reported.

Guests at the hotel in Kitale town, Trans-Nzoia County, heard screams coming from one of the rooms and raised the alarm.

On arrival police reportedly found the couple ‘stuck together’ and doctors had to be called in to free them.

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Nairobi News reports that the man was in Kitale for business and had left his wife at the home in Lodwar town.

The wife later claimed that her husband had been having an affair with his landlady in Lodwar.

Officers were called to the hotel and arrested the lovers, who were taken to a nearby police station, the reports say.

According to local media, a large crowd gathered as news of the bizarre situation emerged. Police were forced to fire shots in the air to disperse the onlookers.

Reports suggested that the wife had asked a witch doctor to help catch her husband out. A shaman was reportedly seen trying to separate the couple.

It is not clear why exactly the couple became stuck together in this way, but they may have been the victims of a rare occurrence known as ‘penis captivus’.

This is when the muscles of the vagina clamp down on the penis much more firmly than usual.

When the penis is in the vagina it becomes increasingly engorged, Dr John Dean, a UK-based sexual physician, told the BBC.

He said: ‘The muscles of the woman’s pelvic floor contract rhythmically at orgasm. While those muscles contract the penis becomes stuck and further engorged.’

Finally the vaginal muscles relax, the blood flows out of the penis and the man can withdraw.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5838543/Cheating-husband-caught-having-affair-getting-STUCK-inside-lover-Kenya.html?ito=social-twitter_mailonline

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The latest FAKE Cabinet List: BN Cybertroopers’ dirty work…

13 June 2018

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Dari Mana Dapat Sumber Anggota Kabinet Baharu? Ahli Parlimen Seputeh, Teresa Kok menafikan beliau bakal dilantik sebagai Menteri Wilayah Persekutuan seperti yang dilaporkan dalam portal The Malaysian Insight. Selanjutnya:

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This is Dr Mahathir’s full cabinet


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DAP veteran Teresa Kok and newbie Yeo Bee Yin are among the party’s candidates set to be inducted into the 26-member cabinet of Prime Minister Dr Mahathir Mohamad, highly placed sources said.
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https://www.themalaysianinsight.com/s/54393

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