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Posted: 12 May 2012 03:04 AM PDT

MEDIA Rakyat MALAYSIA


DS ANWAR MEMANG PRORAKYAT DI BKT BERUNTUNG

Posted: 11 May 2012 10:54 PM PDT

Suara Sri Andalas

Posted: 11 May 2012 11:23 PM PDT

Suara Sri Andalas


FELDA Settlers’ Windfall Is Only 9% Of The Total Gains To Be Made By FELDA from FGVH’s IPO; Settlers Should Be Given a 50-50 Share of the Gains

Posted: 11 May 2012 12:00 AM PDT

PKR has completed the financial analysis of the gains receivable by FELDA from the planned Initial Public Offering (IPO) of FGVH. Our review shows that FELDA stands to gain about RM18.7 billion from FGVH's IPO. The gains are in three parts:

  1. Cash from share sale of 1.2 billion FGVH: RM5.6 billion
  2. 40% equity stake in FGVH: RM6.8 billion
  3. RM500 million a year lease payment for 99 years; net present value @ 8% discount rate:  RM6.2 billion
The windfall payment of RM1.7 billion (RM15,000 x 112,635 settlers) is a dismal 9% of the gains to be enjoyed by FELDA. A share of 9% is unfair and inadequate. We wish to remind the Prime Minister, Dato' Seri Najib Tun Razak, that one of FELDA's primary objectives, is to strive to ensure the settlers are able to enjoy a decent level of prosperity.  

We are also aware of "market talk" that FELDA will be transferring Felda Asset Holdings Company (FAHC) to Koperasi Permodalan Felda Malaysia Berhad (KPF). At the moment FAHC is a wholly owned company of FELDA and at IPO it will own 17% of FGVH. If indeed FAHC is transferred to KPF in the coming weeks, the windfall plus the FAHC equity will amount to RM4.6 billion. The sum appears to be large, but in percentage terms, the settlers may get only 25% of FELDA's total gains (inclusive of potential transfer FAHC) from FGVH's IPO.

So we ask yet again: Why is FELDA keeping the bulk (75 or 91%) of the gains? Why are settlers consistently being offered a bad deal?

We reiterate our belief that the windfall for settlers ought to be around RM50,000 per household; to be more precise, RM53,000 per household. With the payment of RM53,000 per settler household plus ownership of FAHC, our analysis shows that the settlers would get a more fair 50-50 deal from FELDA. A 50-50 deal is fair. We challenge PM Najib to be fair to the settlers. He should stop favouring an over-politicised FELDA, run by Tan Sri Isa Samad. FELDA needs to be freed of politics and politicians; and settlers need to be treated with respect and fairness.

WONG CHEN
CHAIRMAN, INVESTMENT & TRADE BUREAU
11 MAY 2012

Anwar Ibrahim

Posted: 11 May 2012 07:12 PM PDT

Anwar Ibrahim


Pakatan Rakyat Federal Government Pledges to Resolve The Issue of Indians, Dayaks And Others Born in Malaysia Without Documentation (Birth Certificate/Identity Cards)

Posted: 11 May 2012 07:26 AM PDT

Pakatan Rakyat pledges upon forming federal government, to use all necessary and required resources available to resolve the long outstanding problem of Malaysians without documentation, primarily birth certificates and identity cards (MyKads).
 
I categorically state that this will be a priority of our government; we will urgently, expediently and comprehensively complete the documentation exercise for them.  
 
Hundreds of thousands of Indians, Dayaks and others born in Malaysia are living without documentation because government process failed them. Without documents they are denied schooling, employment, healthcare, travel, social security, government aid, public office and voting rights.
 
They predominately are from economically challenged backgrounds and regions, and without documents they are further disenfranchised, falling into the fringes of society and remaining impoverished. They are effectively removed from contributing to the country's economy.
 
It is widespread and acute in the Indian and Dayak community, and despite repeated promises from Barisan Nasional (BN) leaders and elected representatives, their plight continues.
 
Citizenship is the most important right in a democratic society.
 
Part 3 of the Federal Constitution contains provisions ensuring no person shall be rendered stateless in Malaysia. Yet hundreds of thousands are stateless because a BN government has long forgotten them.
 
Further, most of these victims are citizens by operation of law under Article 14 of the Federal Constitution, since they were born and raised in Malaysia. They are either without documents or forced to accept MyKads designated for non-citizens.
 
One case has triggered the conscience of Malaysians over the last fortnight. A Form 5 student Reshina Batumanathan was born and raised here, yet she has been repeatedly denied a MyKad. The National Registration Department has only issued her a non-citizen permit so that she can continue her schooling. Her future is bleak and uncertain without the MyKad she is entitled to. Reshina is a symbol and example of the stateless Malaysians.
 
The issue of undocumented Malaysians is a moral issue, central to social justice. Reshina and the hundreds of thousands like her are living lesser lives in their own country. Pakatan Rakyat will champion these Malaysians and gain them their constitutionally guaranteed rights when we form government.
 
DATO' SERI ANWAR IBRAHIM
LEADER OF THE OPPOSITION

KENYATAAN MEDIA: Kerajaan Persekutuan Pakatan Rakyat Berikrar Akan Menyelesaikan Permasalahan Masyarakat India, Dayak Dan Lain-Lain Yang Tidak Mempunyai Dokumentasi Pengenalan Diri (Sijil Kelahiran/Kad Pengenalan)

Posted: 11 May 2012 07:20 AM PDT

Pakatan Rakyat berikrar, sebaik menubuhkan kerajaan persekutuan kelak, kami akan menyelesaikan permasalahan yang telah sekian lama diabaikan, iaitu masalah sebilangan besar rakyat Malaysia yang tidak punya dokumen pengenalan diri, terutamanya sijil kelahiran dan kad pengenalan.

Saya nyatakan disini bahawa isu ini akan menjadi keutamaan Pakatan Rakyat dan kami akan berusaha sesegera mungkin dalam menyelesaikan permasalahan ini.

Terdapat ratusan ribu masyarakat India, Dayak dan lain-lain yang lahir di Malaysia hidup tanpa dokumentasi pengenalan diri yang sah kerana prosedur kerajaan itu sendiri yang menggagalkan mereka. Tanpa dokumen tersebut, mereka dinafikan hak untuk bersekolah, bekerja, mendapat perkhidmatan kesihatan, keselamatan, bantuan kerajaan dan juga hak mengundi.

Kebanyakan dari mereka adalah daripada latarbelakang yang sangat miskin dari segi ekonomi. Tanpa dokumen tersebut, mereka akan terus dipinggirkan dan dipandang hina oleh masyarakat setempat. Mereka juga disisihkan secara total dari menyumbang kepada peningkatan ekonomi negara.

Jumlahnya sangat besar dalam komuniti India dan sebilangan kecil dalam masyarakat Dayak; pelbagai janji telah ditabur oleh Barisan Nasional dan pemimpin-pemimpin mereka, namun ternyata ianya hanya retorik politik yang memualkan.

Hak kerakyatan adalah hak yang paling fundamental dalam sebuah negara yang demokratik.

Bahagian 3 dalam Perlembagaan Persekutuan dengan jelas memperuntukkan bahawa, tiada seorang pun boleh dinafikan kerakyatannya di Malaysia. Namun, masih ramai yang dinafikan hak tersebut kerana sejak sekian lama mereka telah diabaikan kerajaan Barisan Nasional (BN).

Tambahan pula, kebanyakan mangsa adalah warganegara, melalui kuatkuasa undang-undang di bawah Perkara 14 Perlembagaan Persekutuan dan mereka dilahir dan dibesarkan di Malaysia. Mereka ini, samada tanpa dokumentasi atau dipaksa untuk menerima MyKad yang ditetapkan untuk bukan warganegara.

Satu kes telah mencetuskan kebimbangan rakyat Malaysia dua minggu lalu. Reshina Batumanathan, seorang pelajar Tingkatan 5, lahir dan dibesarkan disini telah berulangkali dinafikan MyKad. Jabatan Pendaftaran Negara telah mengeluarkan permit bukan warganegara kepadanya supaya beliau boleh menyambung persekolahannya. Masa depannya kabur dan tidak menentu tanpa MyKad yang sepatutnya dimiliki beliau. Reshina adalah contoh rakyat Malaysia yang dinafikan kerakyatannya.

Isu ini adalah isu moral, yang paling utama dalam keadilan sosial. Reshina dan ratusan ribu yang lain yang tidak punya dokumentasi pengenalan diri dipinggir di negara sendiri. Pakatan Rakyat akan menjuarai permasalahan ini dan akan mengembalikan hak mereka yang dijamin Perlembagaan Persekutuan apabila menubuhkan kerajaan persekutuan kelak.

DATO’ SERI ANWAR IBRAHIM
KETUA PEMBANGKANG

Bar Council’s Final Report on Bersih 3.0: APOLOGIZE AND PAY COMPENSATION

Posted: 10 May 2012 08:42 PM PDT

Malaysia Chronicle

Motion in relation to the events of and surrounding the BERSIH 3.0 public assembly on 28 April 2012, and matters in connection therewith, proposed by Lim Chee Wee (Chairman, Bar Council), on behalf of the Bar Council, dated 4 May 2012

Whereas:

(A) A public assembly was called for and organised by BERSIH 2.0, a coalition of 84 NGOs, on 28 April 2012 for electoral reforms. The public assembly was commonly known was BERSIH 3.0;

(B) Dewan Bandaraya Kuala Lumpur refused to allow the assembly at Dataran Merdeka, as chosen by the organisers, and insisted on the use of alternative venues;

(C) Despite the Minister of Home Affairs having twice asserted that the BERSIH 3.0 assembly was not a security threat, the police obtained an ex parte order from the Magistrates' Court on the evening of 26 April 2012 restraining Dato' Ambiga Sreenevasan, the organisers of the BERSIH assembly and members of the public from gathering at Dataran Merdeka;

(D) The police announced, after obtaining the court order, that participants were permitted to gather at various points in Kuala Lumpur, except Dataran Merdeka;

(E) It has been reported by various news agencies that there were between approximately 30,000 to 250,000 people gathered for the assembly in Kuala Lumpur on 28 April 2012. The Malaysian Bar monitoring team estimated the crowd to be at least 100,000 people;

(F) The crowd that gathered that day reflected a broad cross-section of Malaysian society, and was peaceful;

(G) There were police barriers set up at every point/road leading to Dataran Merdeka, most of which consisted of metal gates, water-filled dividers and razor wire;

(H) There was massive police presence: approximately 14,000 personnel were reportedly deployed (including personnel from the Federal Reserve Unit) together with water cannons. It was observed that a substantial number of police personnel did not display their police identification numbers on their uniforms;

(I) At approximately 2:35 pm the organisers of the assembly, through its Co-Chairperson Dato' Ambiga Sreenevasan, announced that the assembly had concluded and requested that the crowd disperse;

(J) The police were initially restrained. However, this changed at approximately 3:00 pm, when there was a breach of the perimeter barriers set up at the junction of Jalan Tun Perak and Jalan Raja;

(K) The police then responded by unleashing water cannon and firing successive volleys of tear gas directly into the crowd gathered at that junction, and along Jalan Tun Perak, Jalan Tuanku Abdul Rahman and Jalan Raja Laut. Similar police action was reported at other points where crowds had gathered;

(L) The Malaysian Bar's monitoring teams reported witnessing the use of heavy-handed tactics by the police, including the indiscriminate discharging of multiple rounds of tear gas directly into the crowds, without any obvious provocation, and the arbitrary use of water cannons;

(M) The police also directed their use of water cannon and firing of tear gas to box in participants rather than allowing them to disperse quickly. As participants retreated, the police should have re-established their barriers and given sufficient time to the crowd to disperse in an orderly and safe manner, instead of chasing participants and persistently shooting water cannon and firing tear gas on them. It appeared that the purpose of the police was not to disperse, but to attack, the crowd;

(N) Random, widespread and wanton physical assault and brutality by the police on members of the public and media professionals have been reported. It has further been reported that there was confiscation and/or destruction of photographs and video recordings made by members of the public and media professionals, and damage caused to their recording equipment;

(O) There were unwarranted arrests of members of the public and media professionals. The police also arrested Members of the Bar who had participated in the public assembly. Whilst in the care and custody of the police, at least three of these Members were physically assaulted and beaten, and suffered serious injuries;

(P) In response to the use of force by the police, sections of the crowd resorted to retaliatory acts, including the throwing of stones and bottles. The police responded like for like. These skirmishes between the police and sections of the crowd carried on until approximately 7:00 pm;

(Q) The police have failed to display the maturity, discipline and restraint required of a professional force. Instead of acting to calm the situation, they aggravated it and contributed to its escalation;

(R) It has been reported that the organisers of the BERSIH 3.0 assembly had not made sufficient efforts to manage the crowds or to resolve the impasse between the police and the crowds;

(S) It has been reported that between 388 and 513 persons were arrested and taken to Pusat Latihan Polis ("PULAPOL"), Jalan Semarak, Kuala Lumpur. The Malaysian Bar's urgent arrest team, comprising members of the Bar Council Legal Aid Centre (Kuala Lumpur) and volunteer lawyers, were present at PULAPOL to assist and represent the arrested persons. However, the police refused to allow them access to the arrested persons despite repeated requests by both the lawyers present and the arrested persons. This denial of access to legal representation is a violation of Article 5 of the Federal Constitution and section 28A of the Criminal Procedure Code;

(T) The right of every citizen to freedom of speech and expression, and to assemble peaceably, is enshrined in Article 10 of the Federal Constitution as well as Articles 19 and 20 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights;

(U) The right of every person to life and liberty, including the right not to be assaulted or harmed, is enshrined in Article 5 of the Federal Constitution as well as Article 5 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights; and

(V) The Malaysian Government, as a member of UNESCO, is aware of the Medellin Declaration on Securing the Safety of Journalists and Combating Impunity, adopted at the UNESCO Conference on Press Freedom, Safety of Journalists and Impunity on World Press Freedom Day 2007;

Now it is hereby resolved that:

(1) The Malaysian Bar views with grave concern, and condemns:

(a) the excessive, indiscriminate and wrongful use of water cannons and tear gas by the police on participants of the assembly;

(b) the action of the police in not allowing the crowd sufficient time to disperse in an orderly and safe manner, and instead chasing the participants and attacking them by persistently shooting water cannon and tear gas on them;

(c) the tactics of the police in trapping and attacking the participants with water cannon and tear gas instead of permitting them to disperse;

(d) the random, widespread and wanton physical assault and brutality by the police on members of the public and media professionals;

(e) the unwarranted arrests of members of the public, media professionals and Members of the Bar, and the physical assault and beating of at least three arrested Members;

(f) the unjustifiable and unlawful confiscation and/or destruction of photographs and video recordings made by members of the public and media professionals, and damage caused to their recording equipment; and

(g) the lack of discipline and professionalism of the police;

(2) The Malaysian Bar calls for the police to identify their personnel involved in the misconduct and unlawful acts and surrender all the wrongdoers, in particular those who assaulted members of the public, media professionals and lawyers, for prosecution;

(3) The Malaysian Bar renews our call on the Government to give effect to the recommendation of the Royal Commission to Enhance the Operation and Management of the Royal Malaysia Police to set up the Independent Police Complaints and Misconduct Commission recommended therein, without further delay;

(4) The Malaysian Bar calls for the Minister of Home Affairs and the Inspector General of Police to issue a public apology for the actions and conduct of the police, including the excessive, indiscriminate and wrongful use of water cannons and tear gas;

(5) The Malaysian Bar calls for the Minister of Home Affairs and the Inspector General of Police to issue a public apology to members of the public, media professionals and lawyers who were assaulted or beaten by the police;

(6) The Malaysian Bar calls for the setting up of an independent commission to recommend and formulate proper guidelines or operating procedures governing conduct of police in the control and management of public assemblies, and the use of non-lethal and lethal weapons, which would be in accordance with internationally-accepted standards, in particular the Code of Conduct for Law Enforcement Officials (adopted by United Nations General Assembly resolution 34/169 of 17 December 1979) and the Basic Principles on the Use of Force and Firearms by Law Enforcement Officials 1990;

(7) The Malaysian Bar calls on the Government to pay just and proper compensation to members of the public, media professionals and lawyers who were assaulted;

(8) The Malaysian Bar condemns the police for denying lawyers access to arrested persons and calls upon the police to abide by and give effect to Article 5 of the Federal Constitution and section 28A of the Criminal Procedure Code;

(9) The Bar Council will look into how it can assist those denied their constitutional rights and those who were assaulted to pursue claims against the relevant parties for just and proper compensation;

(10) The Malaysian Bar calls on the Government, in line with the Medellin Declaration, to:

(a) prevent crimes against media professionals, investigate and penalise such crimes, provide witness protection for those testifying about them and ensure that the perpetrators do not go unpunished;

(b) promote awareness and train Malaysian law enforcement agencies to respect and promote the safety of media professionals, and ensure that they are able to work in full security and independence; and

(c) take resolute action for the safety of media professionals and ensure respect for their professional independence;

(11) The Malaysian Bar calls on Dewan Bandaraya Kuala Lumpur to uphold freedom of assembly and the right of all to utilise Dataran Merdeka for public assemblies; and

(12) The Malaysian Bar reaffirms the right of individuals to participate in public assemblies. Such right must however be exercised in a peaceful and responsible manner. The Malaysian Bar reminds organisers of public assemblies of their responsibility to take all reasonable action to ensure a peaceful assembly.

The above Final Report is due to be discussed at Bar’s EGM slated for Friday, 11th May 2012 at 3pm

Hanif Must Step Down as Panel Chief in Bersih 3.0 Probe

Posted: 10 May 2012 07:36 PM PDT

The Malaysian Insider

PETALING JAYA, May 11 — Tun Mohammad Hanif Omar must step down as head of Putrajaya's independent panel probe on the Bersih 3.0 violence, Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim said last night.

The PKR de facto leader said this was necessary to ensure the panel was completely fair and neutral in its investigations into incidents surrounding the April 28 rally.

Former Inspector-General of Police Hanif was delusional in thinking Bersih 3.0 would bring a resurgence of communist threat, said Anwar (picture).

"Tun Hanif still thinks he is the Inspector-General of Police fighting the communists, need to fight Chin Peng to the end… eh it (the communist threat) is already over," Anwar said at a Pakatan Rakyat (PR) ceramah attended by over 1,000 supporters.

"I am asking that Tun Hanif withdraw as chairman. Do not fool the people. You know you are not neutral, insulting Bersih… the other panel members should also step down," Anwar demanded.

DAP parliamentary leader Lim Kit Siang echoed Anwar's remarks, saying that Hanif's appointment was the "worst" decision the Najib administration had made in three years.

"Tun Hanif should be a star witness in the enquiry, not the chairman… save the enquiry from embarrassment," the Ipoh Timor MP said to loud cheers from people at the ceramah.

"Tun Hanif says Bersih 3.0 was a plot to overthrow the present government… where is the proof?

"Rational Malaysians won't accept this explanation… that there were pro-communist elements during the rally," said Lim.

The DAP has maintained Putrajaya's independent panel probe on the Bersih 3.0 violence would return biased findings following Hanif's appointment as its head.

DAP secretary-general Lim Guan Eng had said that Hanif had already made clear his opposition to Bersih and his former position as IGP would serve as a conflict of interest when the panel probes allegations of police brutality.

As such, he said, it was a "forgone conclusion" that the panel would absolve all police personnel from blame over the violent incidents during Bersih 3.0 last month.

Home Minister Datuk Seri Hishammuddin Hussein announced the names of the six-man panel tasked to investigate allegations of police violence against Bersih 3.0 protesters on April 28.

Apart from Hanif, the other panel members include former Chief Judge of Borneo Tan Sri Steve Shim, Sinar Harian managing director Datuk Hussamuddin Yaacub, Media Chinese International legal adviser Liew Peng Chuan, Petronas corporate affairs senior general manager Datuk Medan Abdullah and Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia psychology Professor Dr Ruszmi Ismail.

Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak had pledged last week that "credible, experienced and respectable" individuals would form the independent panel to probe the violence during Bersih 3.0.

Najib said that he along with the entire government and members of the public are keeping a close eye on investigations into the allegations that journalists, both local and foreign, had been roughed up during the rally for free and fair elections.

But Najib has come under fire for his administration's selection of Hanif to head the panel, even after the latter had agreed with the prime minister's claim that Bersih 3.0 was an attempt to overthrow the government and even claimed that communist sympathisers were involved in the event.

Chaos reigned on the streets of Kuala Lumpur for over four hours after 3pm on April 28 when police fired tear gas and water cannons and chased protesters down the streets to disperse what had initially begun as a peaceful protest calling for free and fair elections.

The Bar Council has said that its observers found that police brutality at the rally was "magnified" compared to already chaotic scenes during a similar gathering for free and fair elections last July 9.

Six local pressmen and 12 photographers and journalists from the foreign media were reportedly assaulted during the fracas on April 28.

Both local and foreign media groups have condemned the hard-handed tactics used on the media, whom they pointed out were merely doing their job.

Police had begun firing the tear gas and water cannons after some demonstrators breached the barricade in front of Kuala Lumpur City Hall (DBKL) and rushed into Dataran Merdeka, which the court had barred the public from entering that particular weekend.

They fired as far as the DBKL premises, which are across Jalan Parlimen, and the move broke up the crowd who fled helter-skelter but police chased them down at Jalan Tun Perak and Jalan Raja Laut.

Wee Choo Keong

Posted: 11 May 2012 03:54 PM PDT

Wee Choo Keong


The Voyage Report on the scandalous “Nanny” Danny

Posted: 10 May 2012 09:35 PM PDT

Please read in HERE, HERE & HERE. Tagged: Danny, Deputy Group CEO of MAS, MAS, MH122, Mohammed Rashdan Yusof

Anak Muda Kampung Nak Senang

Posted: 11 May 2012 11:03 AM PDT

Anak Muda Kampung Nak Senang


Bob Lokman di Paroi 14 Mei 2012

Posted: 11 May 2012 06:44 AM PDT


CERAMAH UMUM
Tarikh : 14 Mei 2012, Isnin
Masa : 9 mlm
Tempat : Pasti Al Hikmah, Tmn Tuanku Jaafar Fasa 3, Senawang
Bersama :
YB Hj Mohamad Taufek Abd Ghani
Ustaz Nor Azman Mohamad
Bob Lokman
Blank Gamma

BULETIN RAKYAT

Posted: 11 May 2012 11:03 AM PDT

BULETIN RAKYAT


PASCA BERSIH 3.0 @BKT BERUNTUNG 11MEI'12 JUMAAT 9 MLM~ BERSAMA DS ANWAR IBRAHIM

Posted: 11 May 2012 01:04 AM PDT

Kepada teman-teman sila ke Padang Bolasepak Bkt Beruntung (belakang stesyen minyak ESSO) selepas tol Bkt Brtg ambik kanan dan terus kekiri selepas Petronas dan Esso....



Himpunan malam ini adalah gerakerja kaum India yang menjadi penyokong dan pendokong PKR dari tahun 2002 lagi... Insyallah selepas pertemuan dgn penyokong di Dataran Sg Tenggi, DS Anwar akan bersama dgn seluruhh warga Bukit Beruntung, Bkt Sentosa, dari Sg Choh hingga ke Batang Kali, Kalumpang, Hulu Bernam.... Sila datang beramai-ramai...Parlimen Hulu Selangor adalah milik Pakatan Rakyat! Pengundi baru 15000 telah dikenalpasti... Pilih lah calon tempatan kita !

PASCAL BERSIH 3.0 DI BUKIT BERUNTUNG 11 MEI 2012 JUMAAT ~ 9MLM

Posted: 10 May 2012 01:14 PM PDT


AMK BATU

Posted: 11 May 2012 09:44 AM PDT

AMK BATU


Pelantikan Tun Haniff Omar: AMK mengajak rakyat Malaysia untuk tolak hasil siasatan panel Bersih 3.0

Posted: 11 May 2012 08:29 AM PDT


Kenyataan Media
Angkatan Muda Keadilan Malaysia

11 Mei 2012
Sejarah perundangan dilengkapi dengan penegasan bahawa 'keadilan itu bukan sekadar perlu dilaksanakan, tetapi mesti dilihat dilaksanakan'.
Memperlihatkan kepada prinsip ini, Angkatan Muda Keadilan Malaysia (AMK) berpandangan bahawa pelantikan mantan Ketua Polis Negara, Tun Haniff Omar selaku Pengerusi Panel Siasatan Bebas Bersih 3.0, adalah satu langkah terkebelakang, menempangkan proses keadilan dan membuktikan kerajaan BN terdesak untuk memulihkan keyakinan rakyat.

Malah, AMK berpandangan pelantikan ini sebenarnya hanyalah satu strategi mainan media Umno-BN. Ini bertujuan untuk terus-menerus mengalihkan pandangan rakyat daripada menekankan soal reformasi sistem pilihanraya, dengan memfokuskan kepada isu siasatan yang 'bebas' di bawah panel yang diketuai oleh individu yang 'tidak bebas'.

AMK menggariskan tiga (3) sebab mengapa kredibiliti Tun Haniff selaku Pengerusi Panel ini boleh dipertikaikan:

1.  Sebagaimana yang telah disiarkan oleh media beberapa hari lepas, sikap prejudis beliau kononnya Bersih 3.0 didalangi oleh pihak pro-komunis, adalah satu kenyataan yang sangat tidak bertanggungjawab malah keluar daripada norma realiti politik negara. Kenyataan tanpa fakta, digembar gembur secara bersistematik, memperlihatkan Bersih 3.0 seolah-olah satu gerakan yang 'kotor'. Dan inilah persepsi awal yang diperlihatkan oleh beliau sebelum memimpin panel yang akan dinanti-nantikan oleh rakyat apakah resolusi lanjut yang bakal dihasilkan.

2.  Tun Haniff juga tidak pernah kita lupakan dengan kalimah keramat beliau di mana beliau tidak pernah menjumpai ayat di dalam Al-Quran yang mengharamkan judi. AMK tidak berminat untuk tahu apa iktiqad pegangan beliau, tetapi dalam keadaan prinsip keadilan asas di dalam Al-Quran pun masih gagal beliau fahami, bagaimana beliau mampu mengemudi sebuah panel yang bertanggungjawab menyiasat gerakan Bersih yang menuntut keadilan dalam sistem pilihanraya Malaysia?

3.  Bersih 3.0 menyaksikan keganasan pihak polis berada pada tahap yang paling parah dalam sejarah penyuraian perhimpunan aman yang berlaku di Malaysia. Bagaimanakah seorang mantan Ketua Polis Negara, mampu mengheret institusi yang pernah beliau pimpin selama 20 tahun ke kancah pengadilan? Ini persepsi dan realiti yang sedang membelenggu rakyat ke atas kredibiliti beliau kini.

AMK berharap Tun Haniff boleh kembali menyemak artikel tulisan beliau di dalam The Star pada 12 Februari 2006, tatkala beliau memberikan respon balas mengenai cadangan penubuhan IPCMC :

The IPCMC must have the confidence not only of the public but also of the police. Thus, appoint the right people to be commissioners; this is absolutely vital.
Dalam kes siasatan Bersih ini, Panel harus meraih keyakinan rakyat, bukan keyakinan polis. Maka, melantik pihak yang tepat sebagai Pengerusi adalah sesuatu yang maha penting. Terbukti, Tun Haniff bukan individu yang sesuai. Maka AMK berpandangan, sewajarnya beliau, atas integriti selaku bekas Ketua Polis Negara, mengundur diri secara terhormat. Begitu juga dengan ahli-ahli panel yang lain. 

 
AMK dengan tegas mengajak rakyat Malaysia untuk menolak hasil siasatan Bersih 3.0 sekiranya Pengerusi dan ahli-ahli panel yang tempang kredibilitinya terus dikekalkan !

Shamsul Iskandar Mohd Akin
Ketua
Angkatan Muda Keadilan Malaysia

Parti KeADILan Rakyat, Gopeng * 务边人民公正党

Posted: 11 May 2012 09:22 AM PDT

Parti KeADILan Rakyat, Gopeng * 务边人民公正党


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