Rang Undang-Undang Tambah Kerusi Tiada Kaitan Perebutan, Pembahagian Kerusi BN di Sarawak.

Rang Undang-Undang Dewan Undangan Negeri (Kompoisi Keahlian) 2014 bagi menambah bilangan kerusi DUN daripada 71 kepada 82 tiada kaitan dengan masalah perebutan dan pembahagian kerusi antara parti-parti komponen Barisan Nasional (BN).

Sebaliknya menurut Speaker DUN Datuk Amar Asfia Awang Nassar, ia bertujuan menampung pertambahan populasi penduduk yang semakin ramai sepanjang tempoh lapan tahun ini.

Katanya di bawah artikel 113 (2)(ii) Perlembagaan Persekutuan, selepas tempoh lapan tahun, kerajaan negeri boleh meminta Suruhanjaya Pilihan Raya (SPR) mengkaji semula dan menambah bilangan kerusi.

“Perkara ini adalah tidak benar. Pindaan ke atas rang undang-undang ini bagi membolehkan bilangan kerusi DUN ditambah bukan bertujuan untuk menyelesaikan perebutan dan pembahagian kerusi yang berlaku antara parti-parti komponen BN.

“Seperti yang telah saya jelaskan, kerajaan negeri boleh meminta SPR mengkaji semula pertambahan bilangan kerusi DUN yang mana kemudiannya memerlukan pindaan ke atas rang undang-undang berkenaan,” ujarnya.

Beliau berkata demikian pada sidang media selepas Mesyuarat Pra-Persidangan DUN di Ibu Pejabat Parti Pesaka Bumiputera Bersatu (PBB) di sini semalam yang dipengerusikan oleh Ketua Menteri merangkap Pengerusi BN Negeri Datuk Patinggi Tan Sri Adenan Satem.

sumber Utusan Borneo

6 thoughts on “Rang Undang-Undang Tambah Kerusi Tiada Kaitan Perebutan, Pembahagian Kerusi BN di Sarawak.

  • November 12, 2014 at 11:39 am

    peratus pertumbuhan penduduk setiap tahun bagi negeri sarawak lebih tinggi jika dibandingkan dengan negeri pahang maka sesuailah bilangan kerusi dun di negeri sarawak di tambah

  • November 12, 2014 at 12:10 pm

    Menteri UMNO Kelentong!
    In another about-turn, Deputy Finance Minister Datuk Ahmad Maslan has conceded that the federal government will step in to meet the US$3 billion (RM10.02 billion) obligations of 1Malaysia Development Bhd (1MDB) under the letter of support it gave.

    He said this in a text message reply to a question posed by The Edge Financial Daily yesterday on what Section 3 of the letter of support meant.

    Ahmad, however, said this will happen only if 1MDB itself has made all efforts, including restructuring, to raise money to pay its debt but is still unable to do so.

    He also explained that unlike a normal guarantee, obligations of the government via a letter of support are not listed as a contingent liability of Putrajaya.

    “The key difference between a guarantee and a LOS (letter of support) is that firstly, government explicit guarantee will mean it is contingent on the government’s balance sheet whereas a LOS is not contingent as it is implicit.

    “Secondly, an explicit guarantee will mean that borrowers have a direct claim to the government in the event that 1MDB defaults,” Ahmad wrote.

    “In LOS scenario, borrowers will have to wait for 1MDB to restructure its assets to remedy the default and only when the assets (RM51.41 billion) are not sufficient to cover, only then the government will step in,” he added.

    Ahmad came under fire in the Parliament last week when he said the government did not provide the LOS for the US$3 billion loans that 1MDB Global Investments Ltd, a wholly-owned subsidary of 1MDB, has borrowed.

    The deputy minister, however, on Monday admitted that the government had issued the LOS to 1MDB for its loans. However, he insisted that it was not tantamount to a guarantee.

    In a legal opinion by Tommy Thomas, a prominent lawyer specialising in corporate litigation and insolvency, and commercial and public law, the key issue in its interpretation is whether the parties intended the LOS to have legal effect.

    In answering this issue, one has to inquire whether the government is undertaking legal obligations and, conversely, whether the beneficiaries of the LOS viz, the other three parties and all the creditors, possess legal rights. In other words, can these beneficiaries sue the government if the latter breaches the LOS?

    According to Thomas, the following statements in the LOS “plainly and obviously establish that the government is undertaking legal obligations”:

    (i) The letter “is given to provide necessary financial assistance to the issuer to provide capital to the JV Co.” – Recital.

    (ii) The government “undertakes to provide necessary financial assistance to the Issuer in respect of the Debt as follows:

    (a) …

    (b) … Malaysia shall then step-in to inject the necessary capital into the Issuer or make payments to ensure the Issuer’s obligations in respect of the Debt are fully met.” – Paragraph 3.

    (iii) “Malaysia hereby agrees, as independent obligations,

    (a) subject to Paragraph 3, to subscribe for further debt or equity in the Issuer or to lend to the Issuer such amount(s) so that, at any time when the Issuer has a shortfall of internal funding, the Issuer has immediately available funds sufficient to pay…

    (b) “… if the Issuer fails to pay any sum owed under the Debt on the date specified for such payment to pay such sum to the Trustee.” – Paragraph 4.

    (iv) “The aggregate amount payable by Malaysia in total… shall not exceed the Principal Funds and the sum of the Interest Funds”. – Paragraph 5.

    (v) “Malaysia hereby agrees that this Letter of Support is irrevocable” – Paragraph 6.

    These words are clear and without any ambiguity, according to Thomas, Malaysia has undertaken legal obligations to ensure that the debt is repaid, and, if it is not, Malaysia will pay the shortfall.

    Thomas also pointed out that what is most worrying is the irrevocable and unconditional consent by Malaysia “to the enforcement of any order or judgment made or in connection with any proceedings and the giving of any relief in the English Court and the Courts of any other jurisdiction” under Paragraph 9 (iii).

    He commented that by this concession, Malaysia has given up its rights, recognised in public international law for over a century, as an independent, sovereign country of not having its assets seized by a Court to satisfy a judgment of that Court. – The Edge Financial Daily, November 12, 2014.
    – See more at: http://www.themalaysianinsider.com/malaysia/article/now-ahmad-maslan-says-govt-will-step-in-if-1mdb-defaults#sthash.qkwXUSxB.dpuf

  • November 12, 2014 at 12:11 pm

    Former information minister Tan Sri Zainuddin Maidin took at dig at CIMB chief executive Datuk Seri Nazir Razak for not advertising enough in Malay daily Utusan Malaysia.

    Zainuddin, in his blog, instead applauded its publisher, Utusan Melayu (Malaysia) Bhd, for signing a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with global IT company Cisco to explore possibilities on the use of Internet of Everything (IoE).

    He said in view of the social, political and economic pressure the publisher faced, the daily’s success was proven when it managed to gain the confidence of an international company like Cisco.

    Zainuddi added that this should open the eyes of all parties in Malaysia, especially those who were prejudiced towards Utusan.

    He also hoped that the signing of the MOU would tone down the prejudices and racism of media planners and advertising agencies that rarely encouraged big companies to advertise in the daily.

    Zainuddin also said that this attitude became even more apparent after the 2008 general election that saw big victories by Chinese-based parties, adding that most media planners were dominated by the Chinese.

    “This attitude is not new. They play down the significance of Utusan with various excuses even though the circulation of Utusan Malaysia reached almost 300,000 and Mingguan Malaysia did 600,000 in the 1980s.

    “CIMB which is controlled by Datuk Seri Nazir Razak, brother of prime minister Datuk Seri Najib, believe these people, and CIMB appears to spend their advertising money on non-Malay dailies,” he said, adding that this issue should be highlighted at the upcoming Umno general assembly.

    The former minister, who was the group editor of Utusan from 1983 to 1992, also lamented the decline of English daily New Straits Times, which he said chose the safe route for the sake of financial gains and did not have the fighting spirit.

    “The Malays have lost an English daily that could have been their active voice,” he wrote on his blog.

    He added that NST’s “cowardly” policy did not bring about any returns, instead their circulation continued to drop.

    The former minister praised Utusan saying that despite being isolated, sued and accused of being racist, the paper had grown as evident in its increasing circulation, making it the top Malay daily in Malaysia.

    “But what is perplexing is how media planners are not sensitive towards this and continue to block Utusan from getting advertisements when its circulation is on the rise.

    “Is this not racial prejudice?” Zainuddin wrote.

    He said even when the community was being challenged and oppressed, and the Federal Constitution was being scorned, Utusan shocked the nation with the question “Apa lagi orang Cina mau”.

    “In fact, groups within and outside the country that are seeking influence and political and social strength in Malaysia want Utusan on their side.” – November 12, 2014.
    – See more at: http://www.themalaysianinsider.com/malaysia/article/ex-minister-hits-out-at-nazir-razak-cimb-for-not-advertising-in-utusan1#sthash.EydpAB44.dpuf

  • November 12, 2014 at 12:13 pm

    BN nak kerusi sbb lebih kat Sabah & Sarawak, kerana ini FD mereka. sbb tu Kalimah allah boleh pakai kat sana.

    apakata Putrajaya pulak pindah kat KK. amacam??

  • November 12, 2014 at 2:26 pm

    bangsatlah si moo bodoh ni, selalu komen benda tak sama dgn tajuk. agaknya air kencing anwar dah penuh dlm otak.

  • November 12, 2014 at 4:28 pm

    Apa kau cerita ni Mooh???

    Bukankah DAP dan rakan sekutunya dalam PR ker yg mahu kalimah Allah boleh digunakan sbg kata ganti nama tuhan dalam Bible di Semenanjung Malaysia dgn tujuan dapat kuasai negara Malaysia!!!

    Udah2lah tu Mooh, org2 Sabah dan Sarawak mana ada undi parti Barisan Nasional sebab kalimah Allah boleh digunakan sbg kata ganti nama tuhan dalam Bible di Sabah dan Sarawak, tapi sebab mereka ini CERDIK memilih Barisan Nasional sebagai parti pemerintah di Malaysia.

    Hang tak percaya ka Mooh???? Cuba lihat apa budak FUCKUTAN RETARD ni tulis di MYKMU dahulu:

    Moohyideeeeen says:

    ”Org bodo jer yg do tolak ameno ni…Pak Cik2 tua, Mak Cik2, Kakak & awek2 yg rajin tgk drama2 kat TV”

    3:21 PM on October 4, 2013


    Hang jangan marah aku Mooh, hang marah diri hang sendiri ya Mooh!!!


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