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    Buku Jingga garis program Pakatan perintah negara

    Buku Jingga garis program Pakatan perintah negara
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    Buku Jingga (English) pdf in the attachment.

    KUALA LUMPUR, 20 Dis: Pakatan Rakyat (PR) mengeluarkan Buku Jingga yang mengariskan rancangan berbentuk jangka pendek dan jangka panjang dalam mentadbir negara sekiranya mengambil alih pemerintahan dalam pilihan raya akan datang.

    Buku Jingga yang merupakan dasar bersama dipersetujui parti-parti dalam PR itu dikeluarkan melalui Konvensyen Ke-2 PR di Pulau Pinang pada 19 Disember dan disebut sebagai rencana dasar serta kebijakan untuk membela rakyat berlandaskan empat kerangka.

    Kerangka pertama digariskan dalam buku itu ialah demokrasi yang telus dan tulen untukmemperkasakan ketuanan rakyat.

    Kedua, memacu ekonomi berprestasi tinggi yang mampan untuk mem jana kemakmuran dan kebajikan kepada semua secara adil.

    Ketiga, keadilan sosial bagi menjamin pembangunan insan secara menyeluruh.

    Keempat, Hubungan persekutuan-negeri dan dasar luar negara yang adil-setara.

    "Dasar Bersama ini menggariskan iltizam kami untuk mengalih hala tuju negara dan bangsa ke landasan yang betul setelah berdekad diruntun salah guna kuasa, rasuah dan politik perkauman," kata buku tersebut yang ditandatangani oleh Ketua Umum Parti Keadilan Rakyat, Dato’ Seri Anwar Ibrahim, Preiden PAS, Dato’ Seri Abdul Hadi Awang dan Penasihat DAP, Lim Kit Siang.

    Selain itu tiga perkara pertama diangkat dalam dasar bersama PR meliputi komitmen mempertahankan Perlembagaan Persekutuan, Islam sebagai agama bagi Persekutuan dan agama-agama lain boleh diamalkan dengan aman dan damai di mana-mana di negara ini serta melindungi kedudukan istimewa orang Melayu dan anak negeri mana-mana antara Negeri Sabah dan Sarawak dan kepentingan sah kaum-kaum lain sejajar dengan Perkara 153.

    Diikuti pula dengan Komitmen mempertahankan peranan dan tanggungjawab institusi raja berperlembagaan.

    Dan seterusnya Komitmen memartabatkan penggunaan Bahasa Melayu selari dengan Perkara 152 Perlembagaan Persekutuan dan memperluaskan Bahasa Melayu sebagai lingua franca serantau, melindungi dan memperkukuhkan penggunaan bahasa ibunda semua kaum.

    Program 100 hari memerintah

    Buku tersebut turut mengariskan program 100 hari PR yang dilihat sebagai rancangan jangka pendek selepas berjaya mentadbir negara yang disebut sebagai permulaan kepada reformasi iaitu:

    Memansuhkan Akta Keselamatan Dalam Negeri (ISA).

    Mengarahkan Khazanah Berhad, Kumpulan Wang Simpanan Pekerja (KWSP) dan lain-lain badan milik kerajaan yang memiliki konsesi lebuhraya untuk menyempurnakan ambil alih aset lebuhraya oleh kerajaaan dengan tujuan menghapuskan tol.

    Merombak struktur subsidi negara bagi mengurangkan subsidi kepada pihak swasta (seperti subsidi gas sebanyak RM19 bilion kepada penjana bebas) dengan memindahkannya bagi menampung perbelanjaan subsidi rakyat.

    Menghargai peranan guru sebagai pendidik bangsa dengan Menaikkan memperkenalkan imbuhan perguruan sebanyak RM500 sebulan setiap seorang.

    Menjadikan air sebagai hak rakyat dengan mengembalikan semua konsesi pengurusan air yang diuruskan swasta kepada kerajaan.

    Menyediakan perkhidmatan internet wifi percuma kepada semua rakyat di kawasan bandar dan separa bandar.

    Membatalkan Felda Plantations bagi tujuan membuka ladang-ladang yang kini diuruskannya kepada generasi kedua dan ketiga Felda.

    Menaikkan royalti minyak kepada Sabah dan Sarawak kepada 20%.

    Menubuhkan Suruhanjaya Diraja bagi memulihkan sistem kehakiman.

    Menubuhkan Suruhanjaya Diraja bagi menyelesaikan kemelut pendatang tanpa izin dan kerakyatan di negeri Sabah.

    Jawatankuasa Parlimen Pakatan Rakyat

    Selain itu buku itu juga menyebut bidang-bidang yang akan diberi tumpuan khusus PR dalam usaha menterjemahkan dasar bersama ialah membebaskan institusi Negara, mewujudkan kemakmuran Melalui Pengagihan ekonomi yang adil dan meningkatkan pendapatan boleh guna rakyat.

    Dalam usaha membebaskan institusi negara PR akan meneruskan konsep pentadbiran yang kompeten, bertanggungjawab dan telus seperti yang telah diamalkan di negeri-negeri Pakatan Rakyat; sebagai gambaran sebuah pentadbiran yang membebaskan institusi-institusi negara dari cengkaman campur tangan politik.

    PR juga akan mewujudkan Council of Experts dalam isu-isu utama negara seperti ekonomi, politik dan sosial untuk merangka dan mengemaskini dasar sedia ada agar bertepatan dan mujarab menangani kemelut negara dan masyarakat.

    Seterusnya memperkukuhkan Jawakatankuasa Parlimen Pakatan Rakyat yang memantau fungsi dan keberkesanan Kementerian-kementerian, dengan penerbitan laporan Jawatankuasa Parlimen Pakatan Rakyat setiap enam bulan sekali.

    Dan akhirnya memperhebatkan proses pendidikan politik melibatkan golongan sasaran yang lebih besar mengenai peri penting keutuhan institusi-institusi negara yang berintegriti; dengan kerjasama NGO dan masyarakat sivil/madani disamping istiqamah dalam kempen dan gerak kerja politik untuk memberi tekanan kepada pentadbiran sedia ada agar membebaskan institusi-institusi negara dari campur tangan politik.

    Pendapatan isi rumah RM4000 sebulan

    Dalam aspek pengagihan ekonomi yang adil, PR akan menukar aliran pemikiran rakyat supaya beralih dari tumpuan kepada persoalan ekuiti yang sering ditimbulkan lawan kepada langkah-langkah khusus meningkatkan pendapatan isi rumah rakyat.

    Dalam masa yang sama PR akan membongkarkan penyelewengan harta rakyat atas nama menjaga hak Melayu/Bumiputra termasuklah skandal kehilangan RM52 bilion saham yang diperuntukan kepada golongan elit dan kroni pemerintah atas nama Melayu/Bumiputra serta meneruskan skim bantuan terus kepada rakyat tanpa diskriminasi.

    PR juga akan mempertahankan hak rakyat untuk mendapat bantuan kerajaan dalam bentuk subsidi minyak dan barangan keperluan asas selain membela golongan termiskin berpendapatan isi rumah di bawah RM1,500 tanpa mengira kaum dengan mensasarkan matlamat menjamin pendapatan isi rumah minima RM4,000 setiap keluarga dalam tempoh 5 tahun Pakatan Rakyat berkuasa.

    Dalam aspek pengagihan ekonomi yang adil itu, PR juga menjamin kelangsungan bekalan makanan negara pada harga yang tidak membebankan negara dengan langkah-langkah drastik dalam tempoh dua tahun memerintah di peringkat persekutuan untuk mengurangkan pergantungan kepada import makanan.

    Air dan rawatan percuma

    Bagi meningkatkan pendapatan boleh guna rakyat, Buku Jingga itu menyebut PR akan menyempurnakan pengambilalihan pengurusan industri air di Lembah Klang demi menjamin tarif air yang berpatutan untuk rakyat dan meneruskan Skim Air Percuma yang telah dinikmati rakyat serta menjamin tidak ada penswastaan sektor kesihatan bagi memastikan khidmat kesihatan yang bermutu dan percuma dapat terus disediakan kepada rakyat terbanyak.

    Perkara lain yang turut digariskan di bawah program untuk meningkatkan pendapatan boleh gunarakyat ialah:

    Mewujudkan Perbadanan Perumahan Negara sebagai badan induk yang mengawal, membangunkan dan mengurustadbir skim pembangunan rumah rakyat untuk menjamin setiap keluarga di Malaysia mampu memiliki kediaman yang selesa pada harga yang berpatutan dengan pendapatan mereka.

    Menyelesaikan kes-kes projek perumahan terbengkalai yang menekan rakyat dengan apa jua kaedah yang difikirkan sesuai oleh kerajaan-kerajaan negeri Pakatan Rakyat pada kadar yang segera.

    Meneruskan dan meningkatkan skim mikrokredit yang diperkenalkan untuk memberi bantuan khusus kepada golongan termiskin melonjakkan kedudukan ekonomi mereka, melalui bantuan kewangan, latihan dan pemantauan. Setakat ini, RM70 juta telah diperuntukkan untuk skim mikrokredit di negeri-negeri Pakatan Rakyat. harakahdaily.
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    Pakatan's 100-day reform plan: Malaysia unbound

    Pakatan's 100-day reform plan: Malaysia unbound

    Terence Netto
    Dec 27, 10
    8:50am

    COMMENT You could call it 'Malaysia Makeover Phase 1' – this Pakatan Rakyat 100-day reform plan, enunciated a week ago at its second annual convention in Kepala Batas.

    You could also call it by more grandiloquent terms like 'National Recovery Plan' or 'Malaysia Revival Programme', as both are appropriate to the necessity of the task and its gravity for our future.

    Definitely, the latter two labels have got more oomph if less alliteration.

    But they suffer for reason of their ready comparison to such monikers as 'Great Leap Forward' and 'Marshall Plan' - the former a misnomer for a murderously disastrous plan that brought much grief to China, and the latter a programme of economic aid that helped western Europe revive after the devastation of world war.

    No, Pakatan's 100-day reform plan is less hubristic in its goals, though surpassingly vital for the reform of the Malaysian polity.

    Malaysians above 40 years of age know the fear the abuse of the ISA by the government had caused the people from their recall of Operation Lallang in 1987 when more than a hundred political and social activists were detained without trial.

    They also know what the police force was before the sharp surge in shooting deaths of suspects 14 years ago led to public expressions of concern that reached a tipping point when Anwar Ibrahim emerged with a black eye while in ISA detention in September 1998.

    Thus the rescinding of a baleful statute and the restoration of freedom from executive interference for the police would be a radical departure from the status quo under Umno-BN.

    Revitalisation of the teaching profession

    One is not saying that with these two steps, all would begin to be well with what ails the country; only that, absent these two measures, the rest of the list of reformatory acts – there is a raft of them that begs attention, ranging from reform of the judiciary to revival of academic standards in public universities – would take more time and could not be as adequately sustained, minus ISA nullification and police independence.

    The latter two actions are germane to 'Makeover Malaysia Phase 1', which is really all about the country's essential rescue from Umno-BN's decades' old deformations.

    Other measures are not as equally critical to the makeover of this country, but they indicate the flight path of a Pakatan administration though Deputy Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin has already accused Pakatan pilots of ignoring the constraints of gravity.

    Giving teachers a RM500 raise across the board is just an early signal of how significant the revitalisation of the teaching profession would be under a Pakatan administration.

    We need not advert to what HG Wells said about education as being the race between civilisation and catastrophe for us to recognise that good teachers remain the blood plasma of a country.

    Hence the RM500 raise is like an emission from instruments that pick up seismic activity under the sea that warn of an impending tsunami.

    Our education system is due for a tsunami of change and the teaching profession will early be primed for the task under the initial propulsions of a Pakatan administration.

    Society needs impartial arbiters

    The other reforms, outlined in the Pakatan 100-day programme, are necessarily ancillary to the radical two steps of ISA rescinding and restoration of independence to the police.

    Without so much as indicating that other agencies for good governance would be similarly freed under a Pakatan administration, the latter two steps would cause peer pressure and generate a healthy sense of competitive rivalry to make the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission and the Election Commission to follow suit as impartial arbiters.

    That Pakatan has indicated that they would indeed free these two agencies in the first flush of their reformatory ardour only serves to underscore the urgency of their intentions and their certainty that the public would back them unreservedly.

    The Pakatan 100-day reform plan is the opposition coalition's response to Malaysian society's urgent hunger for change in areas where such change matters the most.





    TERENCE NETTO has been a journalist for close on four decades. He likes the occupation because it puts him in contact with the eminent without being under the necessity to admire them. It is the ideal profession for a temperament that finds power fascinating and its exercise abhorrent. Malaysiakini. Subscription required.
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    Pakatan 100-day Programme: Najib draws laughter for attacking Pakatan plan on 'financial' grounds

    Under UMNO, it will be too good to be true. With their stealing of RM 28 billion per year, Pakatan's programs is unattainable. But without the corruption, it can be done.

    As shown in the charts below, with UMNO, we are headed for bankruptcy by 2014. Our Debt/GDP is projected to exceed 90% then, which is higher than Ireland's 83% when they needed a bailout from the EU and IMF in Dec 2010. Who is going to bail us out - ASEAN?

    Greece collapsed in May 2010 with a Debt/GDP exceeding 120%. We will reach that level in 2017 but long before that, the bond traders and hedge funds will have eaten us up.





    Change! What have got to lose?

    http://www.themalaysianinsider.com/m...ue-says-najib/

    At the very least, we won't have to put up with UMNO and the civil service's arrogance anymore. For that, anything will be worth it.

    Comparatively, according to Najib, the present federal government under BN was a “responsible” one, which did not make any promises which the coalition could not deliver.

    Let us look at history to see whether we can trust UMNO's claims.

    1. 1957: Special position of Malays under Article 153 to last for 15 years, after which it will be reviewed.

    They reviewed all right. In 1969, they inflicted May 13 on the Chinese and make it the 20-year NEP, to expire by 1990.

    1990 came. NEP morphed to NDP. Now it's the Never Ending Plan and become a right and special privilege.

    2. Islam as an Official Religion: Initial promise to be used for Ceremonial Purposes only. Now Islam is part of a program of psychological warfare on the other faiths.

    3. 1960 ISA replaced 1948 Emergency Act. Solemnly promised by Tun Razak: To be used against Communists only. In practice, it was used against all the opponents of UMNO. Today, it's 22 years since the peace agreement with the Communists, but the ISA is still around.

    4. 1963 Local Council Elections suspended due to Confrontation by Indonesia. It was promised by the Tunku (1st PM) that it will be reinstated the moment Confrontation ended. It ended in 1966. Till today, UMNO/BN is blocking all attempts to have local council elections.

    5. 1980's Privatisation: Mahathir promised that it's purpose is to reduce the civil service. Today our civil service is the largest in South East Asia at 5% of the population. Including RELA, it's 14% of the population!
    Summary: UMNO cannot be trusted with power. Once they get it, they never give it back to the people. The only solution is to kick them out of power. And we reform the Constitution.

    Anwar said: Among the instant reforms promised by the PR coalition, within the first 100 days of taking over Putrajaya, is acknowledging the role and sacrifices of civil servants by studying the current pay schemes and increasing the incentives for teachers by RM500 a month.

    PR leader Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim has claimed that a PR federal government could afford to pay for a proposed allowance for teachers — projected to be RM3.2 billion annually — by eliminating the “wastages” of the BN administration.

    I think we should do more than that. Educators are the gardeners' of our children's minds. They should be at the top of society, highly-paid and respected, just as in Taiwan. In 1970, Taiwan came to learn from us. Today, they are so far ahead, we can't smell their dust.

    ...............................

    Monday, 10 January 2011 11:47
    Najib draws laughter for attacking Pakatan plan on 'financial' grounds
    Written by Wong Choon Mei, Malaysia Chronicle



    Not in the same league as main political rival Anwar Ibrahim in terms of mental agillity, it finally occurred to Prime Minister Najib Razak it might be a good idea to lash out at the Pakatan Rakyat's 100-day reform plan that has worried his ruling BN coalition since it was unveiled a month ago.

    "It is quite silly to call Pakatan populist and irresponsible just because he has no answers of his own. Can Najib promise to repeal the ISA, abolish the Publications and Printing Presses Act, restore confidence in the judiciary and institutions like the Election Commission, anti-graft agencies by making them independent and not at the beck and call of the ruling elite? Najib would never dare," PKR vice president Tian Chua told Malaysia Chronicle.

    "The power is already is in his hand to reform Malaysia. But he is not doing anything and he cannot deny he has failed to do anything."

    Najibnomics

    Indeed, Najib's main rationale for rejecting the Pakatan reform plan was that it did not take into account the limitations of the "country’s finances".

    “We cannot take such a populist approach to the point where we sacrifice our country’s future. We cannot afford to do that, it would be irresponsible to the point where our children and our grandchildren will pay the price and suffer. As a matter of fact, we do not even have to wait for our children or grandchildren, according to our calculations, if these promises are implemented without taking into account the country’s finances, it would just take two years,” Malaysian Insider reported Najib as saying.

    Yet, his own administration has projected bankruptcy for Malaysia within 8 years or by 2019 if he did not cut government subsidies on consumer essentials.

    Economic experts have pointed out it made more sense to save Malaysia and restore investors' confidence by tackling the real problem, which was large-scale high-level government corruption and wastage that had caused billions of ringgit to be leaked out from the financial system and siphoned out of the country.

    BN has lost and Pakatan deserves a chance

    At the Pakatan Rakyat national congress last month, the three partners - DAP, PAS and PKR - had unveiled a new 10-point manifesto that they promised would be executed within 100 days of their wresting control of Putrajaya - the administrative capital of Malaysia's federal government.

    The 100-day promises are:

    1. A restructure of institutions including the Elections Commission (EC), the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC), the Attorney-General’s Chambers and the Royal Malaysian Police. During a debate on the policy framework, DAP’s Anthony Loke said PR bring the MACC under the purview of Parliament.

    2. A repeal of the Internal Security Act (ISA)

    3. Instruct Khazanah Berhad, Employees’ Provident Fund (EPF) and other government bodies to take over highway assets from the concessionaires in order to abolish the toll system.

    4. A restructure of the country’s subsidies, to lessen subsidies given to the private sector (such as the RM19 billion in gas subsidies given to independent power producers) and transferring these to subsidies for the man on the street.

    5. Acknowledging the role and sacrifices of civil servants by studying the current pay schemes and increasing the incentives for teachers by RM500 a month

    6. Transferring private water concessions to the government

    7. Offering free wireless Internet access to those in urban and semi-urban areas

    8. Cancelling Felda Plantations and opening up its farms to second- and third generation Felda settlers.

    9. Increasing oil royalty payments to Sabah, Sarawak, Terengganu and Kelantan to 20 per cent from 5 per cent currently.

    10. Formation of a Royal Commission to solve the problem of illegal immigrants and citizenship issues in Sabah and Sarawak.
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    Pakatan 100-day Programme: BN is already turning M'sia into another Greece

    BN is already turning M'sia into another Greece

    Responding to Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak's challenge for Pakatan Rakyat to show how it would finance its 100-day reform plan, PKR's strategic director Rafizi Ramli has said the issue of whether there would be enough to pay for the programme doesn't exist.
    It's simply a matter of whether the government wants to exercise the political will to reverse its lopsided preference for crony-companies in favour of subsidies and other forms of direct assistance for the people, said the opposition politician.

    “In the past, the kind of massive state assistance now implemented in Selangor and Penang would have been unthinkable under BN, as they claimed the government lacked money.

    “Since taking over, the Paktan Rakyat government in Selangor has spent approximately RM150 million per annum giving back to the people, in the form of free water scheme, one off bursary for university students, micro-credit etc.

    “The reason why Pakatan could do it and BN never had done (is) because we plugged the leakages caused by rampant corruption,” said Rafizi in an immediate reply to Najib's challenge issued earlier today.

    Najib had lambasted today Pakatan's 100-day reform plan unveiled last month, describing it as populist and irresponsible.
    He also said the plan was unrealistic because it did not state the source of funds to finance the undertaking.

    Rafizi said the leaks caused and perpetuated by the BN government by themselves provide a significant pool of resources by which Pakatan's welfare promotion policies can be funded.

    He cited the auditor-general's report estimating the loss of RM28 billion due to “shoddy procurement practices, incomplete projects, massive cost escalations,” and other corrupt practices.

    Likewise, putting a stop to “excessive and wasteful spending” such as the RM77 million payment to Apco Worldwide for its public relations services and consultancy works and the RM66 million set-up of the Pemandu unit will also free a significant amount of resources for use by the government.

    “BN may argue this amount is small, but it's a reflection of careless and carefree spending culture that ignores the plight of the people.

    “These amounts are real, it is the money lost each year to cronies. This amount should go back to the people,”Rafizi added.

    He also noted that RM19 billion is forked out by Petronas each year to subsidise the independent power producers (IPPs), while RM4 billion is spent to compensate politically-linked highway concessionaires.

    “This amount can easily be reverted to people if the toll system is restructured, as promised in Buku Jingga,” said Rafizi in reference to the Pakatan publication released to outline its reform programme for the management of the country, economy and education.

    These include asking government bodies Khazanah Nasional Berhad and the Employees' Provident Fund to facilitate the takeover of highway assets by the government to abolish tolls, revamping the subsidy structure to reduce subsidies for the private sector and shifting it to cover subsidies for the public, increasing teaching allowances to RM500 per month and allowing farms to be managed by Felda's second and third generations.

    These subsidies and allowances and the proposal for Khazanah and EPF to take over the assets and operations of Plus highway (totalling RM7.5 billion after taking into account 67.3 percent of Plus is already owned by Khazanah and EPF) comes up to only RM18.7 billion, said Rafizi.

    “This amount is a small sum compared to the RM51 billion available from restructuring of subsidies and elimination of corruption,” he added.

    “It's clear that the issue of whether we can afford to pay does not exist. It's whether there is a political will, especially when BN is so determined to dismantle fuel subsidy but did not lift a finger on gas subsidies for IPP.”

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    100-days reform plan: Anwar challenges Najib to national debate

    Tuesday, 11 January 2011 10:52
    100-days reform plan: Anwar challenges Najib to national debate

    Written by Wong Choon Mei, Malaysia Chronicle



    UPDATE3 Opposition Leader Anwar Ibrahim has called for a national debate over how Malaysia should be governed following claims by Prime Minister Najib Razak that the Pakatan Rakyat's 100-days reform plan was "irresponsible" and would set Malaysia down the road of financial ruin like in Greece.

    "Let the people decide. Let us have a national debate so that the people can hear the two separate styles of governance practised by Pakatan and BN," Anwar told a press conference on Tuesday.

    The former star finance minister urged Najib to confront what he said was a central issue of great interest and concern to all Malaysians.

    "I stand ready to personally debate with Najib for the good of transparent discourse. He should have the courage and responsibility to have this debate. It is not just to clarify the accusations he has made against Pakatan but to allay the concerns the public has over what affects their lives," said Anwar.

    All eyes on Najib and the excuses he will offer

    At its national congress last month, Pakatan had unveiled a 10-point plan which will form its new manifesto in the next general election. The coalition made of PKR, PAS and DAP promised to implement all 10 points within 100 days of their wresting control of the federal government.

    At that time, the plan drew mixed reactions from the BN, with Deputy Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin saying his coalition would look for ways to counter the proposals outlined by Pakatan. Even disgraced Selangor mentri besar Khir Toyo advised his Umno party not to dismiss it lightly.

    Nonetheless on Monday, Najib suddenly attacked the plan. His main criticism was that the proposals would bankrupt the nation within two years. Najib's own department had forecast Malaysia would be bankrupt in 8 years or by 2019 if steps were not taken to slash subsidies on consumer essentials, such as sugar, petrol, cooking oil and other necessities.

    "Of what use is a government that cuts subsidies to help the poor so that they can maintain the subsidies they give to the wealthy crony companies. Look at the Independent Power Producers, the government is subsidising them to the tune of RM19 billion, the toll road concessionaires RM4 billion. The Auditor General himself has estimated the loss due to leakage and corruption is RM28 billion," Anwar said.

    "That is the real shame to use the term subsidy for what is really 'assistance' to the billionaire crony companies. How can it be that a Pakatan federal government would not be able to afford to pay a mere RM500 per month for teachers' allowance to improve education standards and quality. Surely we want education to be a priority and for it to be accessible to all."

    He was referring to some of the economic benefits the Pakatan has said it would offer in its shadow budget.

    Nonetheless, despite the challenge, the chances of Najib - often criticised for his lack of political courage - acceptng is slim. Even so, all eyes are now on the PM's response and the excuses he will offer for backing out.

    National debt worsened under Najib

    Anwar also said the entiire cost of the Pakatan's 100-days package would cost only RM19 billion. According to him, the BN's own policies were the reason for the national debt to hit RM362.39 billion or 53.7 percent of the gross domestic product.

    He added that by tackling corruption, leakages and cutting subsidies for IPPs and toll concessionaires, Pakatan could help the country save RM51 billion.

    "It is a bit presumptious of the Prime Minister to claim that Pakatan's 100-days reform program will bankrupt the country since it is the Umno-BN government that has borrowed excessively each year. The Auditor-General's report released on October 25, 2010, cautioned Putrajkaya that national debt breached the 50 percent mark for the first time in our history," said Anwar.

    "The level of national debt has in fact worsened under the stewardship of the current Prime Minister. The government undertook 19 bond programmes with a combined value of RM58.1 billion in 2010." Malaysia-Chronicle....
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    Pakatan 100-day Programme: A Greek tragedy awaits us but it would be due to BN not Pakatan

    Tuesday, 11 January 2011 09:36

    A Greek tragedy awaits us but it would be due to BN not Pakatan

    Written by Mariam Mokhtar, Malaysia Chronicle

    Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak attacked Pakatan Rakyat's 100-day reform plan, which was unveiled last month and described it as populist and irresponsible.

    He called the plan ‘unrealistic’ because it did not state the source of funds to finance the undertaking.

    He said, “We should not be too populist to the extent of pawning the country's future. We should not act that way; it's irresponsible and will cause our children and grandchildren to suffer.

    “In fact, it won't take that long; in just two years, according to our estimates, our country will become like Greece if the plan is implemented without regard to the country's means to implement it.”


    Admin: Najib claims we are headed for Greece within 2 years if under Pakatan. We can see from the trend that we are headed for default in less than 2 years under BN. The trigger point is 75% Debt/GDP and we will be nowhere near Greece which needed a bailout at a Debt/GDP of 136%! The orange line shows the alternative debt path under Pakatan. Growth of debt is about 1%, well within our capacity to absorb under a normal growth regime. See the numbers in the next thread on Anwar's Press Release.
    Isn’t it a bit rich coming from our Prime minister that Malaysia under Pakatan “will become like Greece…”?

    First. He is correct. Malaysia will be another Greece but the cause of it is Umno/BN.

    It is Umno/BN that has wasted 53 years of our time and bankrupted the country. It is BN’s empty promises and spendthrift ways that have failed the rakyat, every year.

    Second. Successive BN administrations dared not tackle the twin problems of corruption and incompetence.

    The agency which is supposed to go after graft, only seems to be interested in low-level corruption. It allows the big fish to escape, presumably with Najib’s approval.

    Who knows? These might be Umno cronies. Those who are corrupt may have damning information that could bring his government down. Of course we cannot get any proof. How can we? There is no transparency in the way this government conducts its business.

    If Najib is condemning Pakatan for its ‘unrealistic’ plan without ‘proper funding’, does he think he can perform better?

    When the opposition pressed him for details into the funding of his mega-projects which included the 100-storey Warisan Merdeka, Najib was coy.

    How about the questions that were raised by the Opposition about the 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB)?

    Najib managed to evade, side-step and duck at every opportunity, rather than provide answers.

    Last July, Nurul Izzah Anwar asked when the company’s annual report would be tabled in Parliament.

    Najib said the government would not table the 1MDB annual financial report in Parliament because it was not required by law. He said that ‘1MDB was a corporation set up under the Companies Act 1965’ and “It is not like other statutory bodies governed by the Statutory Act (Annual Accounts and Reports) 1980 that needs their annual report tabled in Parliament. 1MDB only needs to file its annual report to the Companies Commission of Malaysia (CCM).”

    In September, Anwar Ibrahim raised doubts about the earnings and performance of 1MDB and that the company's audited accounts ending March 2010 have yet to be finalised.

    He pointed out that 1MDB was allocated RM5 billion in 2009 via government bonds, and was expected to be issued another RM10 billion loan through state-backed bonds, for a grand total of RM15 billion in liabilities held by the company by 2013.

    Anwar said, “This is four times the value of bonds issued for the PKFZ, which are valued at around RM3.685 billion.”

    Anwar also ran parallels with the government's formation of Value Cap in 2002, which he claimed was so covertly run that it could not help but raise concerns that it was merely formed as a vehicle to bail out crony companies on Bursa Malaysia.

    Thus, Najib’s tirade against PKR for its 100-day reform is all the more startling when he said, “I'm always of the opinion that if it's too good to be true, then it probably is. If we believe in something that is too good to be true, then we are deceiving ourselves and we will be taken in by our own errors.”

    Perhaps, Najib has been deceived by his own idiotic mega-projects. What is the point of skyscrapers that reach out to the sky, when they are only projects to appeal to his vanity? Some fools will always believe that bigger is better.

    Najib compares Pakatan’s plans with buying a better or bigger house based on one’s means to finance the purchase.

    So, how does he justify the RM 65 million taken from the public purse, to renovate his official residence, Seri Perdana?

    All around the world, it is always the despots who have the most gaudy, ostentatious and pretentious residences which mirrors their own inferiority complex. Malaysia-Chronicle....
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    Pakatan 100-day Programme: PRESS RELEASE DATO’ SERI ANWAR IBRAHIM, LEADER OF OPPOSITION

    PRESS RELEASE
    DATO’ SERI ANWAR IBRAHIM, LEADER OF OPPOSITION


    UMNO/BN REQUIRES RM51 BILLION TO KEEP CRONIES FAT, PAKATAN ONLY NEEDS RM19 BILLION TO IMPLEMENT 100-DAY REFORM PROGRAMS


    Prime Minister’s repudiation of Pakatan’s 100-day reform programs on financial ground will further highlight UMNO/BN’s reluctance to spend the national wealth for the people.

    It is a bit rich for the Prime Minister to claim that Pakatan’s 100-day reform program will bankrupt the country, since it is UMNO/BN-led government that had borrowed excessively each year. The Auditor General’s Report released on 25 October 2010 cautioned Putrajaya that the national debt to GDP ratio has breached the 50% mark for the first time in our history.

    Malaysia government’s debt for 2009 rose to RM362.39 billion or 53.7% of GDP - this took place under the stewardship of the current Prime Minister. The government undertook 19 bond programmes with a combined value of RM58.1 billion in 2010.

    As if this is not alarming enough, on 14 December 2010 Bank Negara Malaysia announced that the government will launch 29 additional bond programmes in 2011. RHB Research Institute estimates that this will involve a combined value of RM83 billion of new debts to be undertaken by the Federal Government.

    Admin: RM 83B is 11% of GDP!
    Therefore, the Prime Minister’s excuse in rejecting Pakatan’s 100-day reform program should be viewed in this perspective. Malaysia is en route to bankruptcy at the rate that it is raising debts – but it is not due to Pakatan’s 100-day program. It is due to UMNO/BN’s addiction to wasteful spending and corruption that is endemic in the crony capitalism structure that it props.

    The examples of these excesses are well known to the people. Instead of providing homes to the poor and young people, the Prime Minister is more obsessed with his 100-storey tower costing RM5 billion. Putrajaya will scream bankruptcy each time Pakatan fights for better pay for the teachers, yet it has no qualms to pay RM77 million for a one year contract to APCO. The list is endless.

    Thus, the first action of a Pakatan Federal government is to announce an all out war against corruption at all levels in the government, starting with the political leadership. This will save an amount of RM28 billion for the national treasury as estimated by the Auditor General, believed to have been lost each year due to corruption.

    Next, a Pakatan Federal Government will restructure the national subsidy system to abolish corporate subsidies that had bled the people and enriched only a few cronies. The RM19 billion of subsidy to IPP borne by PETRONAS each year will be reverted to the national treasury. Similarly, we will undertake an overhaul of the toll concession system to return the RM4 billion’s worth of compensation paid to concessionaires back to the national treasury.

    These two quick actions will yield an additional RM51 billion financial muscle for a Pakatan Federal Government to implement our 100-day reform programs, whose cost is only a third of the amount:

    Admin: RM (51 - 19)B = RM 32 B. That will reduce the deficit to 1% of GDP. Meaning the annual growth of debt is only 1%, which can be easily absorbed within the normal GDP growth of the country.
    1. The new RM500 a month teaching allowance for teachers and educational officers will cost RM3.2 billion annually

    2. Our guarantee that fuel subsidies will be maintained for lower income group will involve a restructuring of the subsidy system, so that only the lower income group enjoys fuel subsidy. The cost estimate for maintaining fuel subsidy under a restructured subsidy system is RM4 billion annually

    3. Pakatan Federal Government will continue to subsidise LPG, at an estimated cost of RM4 billion annually

    4. The restructuring of the toll system under PLUS is expected to cost RM23 billion, based on the current offer made by Khazanah and EPF. The additional cost to acquire minority shareholders is approximately RM8 billion.


    The additional cost required to fund Pakatan’s 100-day programs is only RM19.2 billion, an amount equivalent to the existing corporate subsidies fed to IPPs each year. This is a pittance compared to the RM51 billion stolen from our national economy to keep the cronies afloat and fat.

    The other people-centric programs such as free water and free wi-fi schemes have been implemented in Pakatan states. This has been proven to be viable and sustainable.

    The onus is for the Prime Minister to come up with a complete explanation of his reluctance to implement these programs, when rakyat knows that we can afford it. It is utterly irresponsible to continue piling debts for future generations to bear but refuses to utilise the money for the welfare of the people.


    DATO’ SERI ANWAR IBRAHIM
    LEADER OF OPPOSITION
    11 JANUARY 2011
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    Paktan's 100-Day Programme: Pakatan to counter Najib’s ETP influx with econ summit

    Pakatan to counter Najib’s ETP influx with econ summit

    By Shazwan Mustafa Kamal
    January 14, 2011


    PKR’s Saifuddin Nasution brandishes a copy of the Pakatan Agenda in Kepala Batas, December 19, 2010. — file pic
    KUALA LUMPUR, Jan 14 — Pakatan Rakyat (PR) is banking on its first ever economic summit in March to expose the “sustainability” of the Najib administration’s Economic Transformation Programme (ETP), which has so far drawn RM67 billion in investments.


    Officials said the summit was also part of PR’s bid to disprove claims that the federal opposition had “unrealistic” economic reform plans.

    According to PR leaders, the upcoming meet will flesh out details of the opposition’s 100 day reform plans unveiled during the second PR convention last month, as economic experts from various fields would be invited to the summit to give “critical and honest” feedback on PR’s economic agendas.

    The Malaysian Insider understands that the PR secretariat had met this week to discuss the economic summit, although sources have so far declined to disclose key issues which will be raised then.

    Yesterday, Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim announced plans for the summit but similarly did not offer details.

    It is understood, however, that PR will likely use the economic summit to reveal “shadow policies” that the federal opposition would implement should it assume federal power.

    “Basically the economic summit will be a follow-up to the Pakatan convention as well as the 100 days reform agenda. Pakatan is going beyond ceramahs and talking politics, we are saying that yes, we have an idea of how to run the economy without spending exorbitantly like BN,” Rafizi Ramli, PKR’s strategy chief, told The Malaysian Insider.

    “With the projects under the ETP, what Najib is doing is pump-priming, and little on economic sustenance... the Pakatan economic summit will focus not only on growth, but also address the issue of growth distribution,” he continued.

    Rafizi added that the opposition pact would be distributing the “Buku Jingga” booklets containing the PR agenda nationwide throughout the month of February to create awareness on the upcoming summit.



    Najib has announced a slew of new investments under the ETP umbrella.
    Earlier this week, Datuk Seri Najib Razak said the ETP has kicked into high gear, boosting the stock market and stimulating RM67 billion in investment.

    The projects announced by the prime minister recently include RM15 billion in investments in the oil and gas sector by oil majors and a RM1.25 billion Health Metropolis in Petaling Jaya by Universiti Malaya.

    But it also included previously announced projects such as the RM36 billion KL MRT, the RM5 billion Pengerang oil storage facility, and the Talent Corporation.

    The PM also derided PR’s reforms plans, and said the proposals were “too good to be true” and would bankrupt the country.

    Anwar subsequently claimed that PR’s agenda would only incur RM19.2 billion, pointing out that this was lower than the federal government’s current expenditure.

    “We are contesting what he (Najib) said, we believe we can do a better job of running the economy... the convention or summit will articulate our economic programmes, as well as how we plan to implement our policies. I do not want to say more, because I want to save it for the summit itself,” Dr Dzulkefly Ahmad told The Malaysian Insider.

    Singling out PR’s plans in proposing a RM500 special allowance for teachers, the Kuala Selangor MP said the move would pave way for “recognition” of educators through a “compatible wage regime.”

    “This is not a populist move as it goes down a long way... we are inviting experts — researchers, key economic players and academics to come for the summit, to give their response and feedback to our agenda.

    “Investors, bankers — these people are non-partisan. They will support whichever government where its policy-makers are savvy as well as competent about running the country’s economy,” added the PAS central working committee (CWC) member.

    Among the other reforms the PR coalition promises to institute within 100 days of taking over Putrajaya are to repeal of the Internal Security Act (ISA), abolish the toll system by instructing Khazanah Berhad, Employees Provident Fund (EPF) and other government bodies to take over highway assets from the concessionaires, as well as offering free wireless Internet access to those in urban and semi-urban areas. TheMalaysiaInsider....
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