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    Nizar: Pakatan risks Malay support in state secretary dispute

    This will show up UMNO's evil designs and prove to the people that UMNO cannot be trusted. Khalid must stand firm even at the risk of losing public popularity.

    Nizar: Pakatan risks Malay support in state secretary dispute

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    Settle state secretary dispute in court, law expert tells Khalid.


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    Selangor State Secretary: KHIR TOYO MELANGGAR PERLEMBAGAAN, KSN PULA MENGABAIKAN PENGURUSAN PENTADBIRAN YANG BIJAK.

    KENYATAAN AKHBAR

    3 JAN 2011

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    KHIR TOYO MELANGGAR PERLEMBAGAAN, KSN PULA MENGABAIKAN PENGURUSAN PENTADBIRAN YANG BIJAK.



    Datuk Seri Dr Mohamad Khir Toyo telah melanggar Perlembagaan apabila beliau membiarkan dirinya dibelakangi dalam urusan pelantikan Setiausaha Kerajaan Negeri yang terdahulu.



    Beliau telah mengizinkan Ketua Setiausaha Negara (KSN) melantik Dato’ Ramli Mahmud sebagai Setiausaha Kerajaan Negeri tanpa berunding dengan Menteri Besar seperti yang disyaratkan Perlembagaan.



    Beliau telah membina acuan yang bahaya dan sekarang senario ini berulang semula apabila KSN melantik Datuk Khusrin Munawi sebagai Setiausaha Kerajaan Negeri Selangor yang baharu tanpa berunding terlebih dulu dengan Menteri Besar.



    Kerajaan Selangor enggan meneruskan ketidakpedulian Khir Toyo terhadap Perlembagaan kerana ini akan membolehkan KSN menyalahguna Perlembagaan dan Nota Amalan Perkhidmatan Awam dalam pelantikan Setiausaha Kerajaan Negeri.



    KSN telah mengabaikan kebijaksaan pengurusan yang mana tanggungjawab perlu disertai dengan kuasa. Ini kerana, KSN melantik Khusrin dengan tidak mengambil kira kelayakan serta kredibiliti dan tanpa berunding dengan Menteri Besar.



    UMNO/BN telah mengeluarkan kuasa Sultan ketika meminda Perlembagaan Negara pada 1993 tetapi sekarang mereka cuba bersembunyi di sebalik Istana untuk meneruskan agenda politik jahat.



    Seperti dalam isu-isu lain, Khir Toyo tidak memiliki moral dan kelayakan untuk mengkritik Kerajaan Selangor termasuk Jawatankuasa Pemilihan yang bertanggungjawab menemubual pegawai kerajaan bagi mengisi jawatan Setiausaha Kerajaan Negeri.



    Kami mengulangi kenyataan bahawa jawatankuasa ini dibentuk kerana Menteri Besar mahu memastikan jawatan Setiausaha Kerajaan Negeri diisi oleh pegawai kerajaan yang berkelayakan dan mampu menjalankan tugas dengan berkesan.



    Jawatankuasa ini juga mahu memastikan pelantikan dilakukan secara profesional dan adil. Ini juga bagi membolehkan pegawai kerajaan bertindak secara profesional tanpa rasa takut atau menyokong mana-mana parti kerana kenaikan pangkat dibuat berdasarkan prestasi mereka.



    Hanya kerana kerajaan negeri sebelum ini tidak mempunyai rasa hormat terhadap ketelusan dan kebertanggungjawaban, tidak bererti kerajaan sekarang perlu mengikut acuan lapuk dan tidak profesional yang mereka tinggalkan.



    FAEKAH HUSIN

    SETIAUSAHA POLITIK KEPADA MENTERI BESAR SELANGOR






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    Selangor State Secretary: TUANKU TITAH PERBINCANGAN SELANGOR – SPA UNTUK PENYELESAIAN TERBAIK

    KENYATAAN AKHBAR

    3 JANUARI 2011

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    TUANKU TITAH PERBINCANGAN SELANGOR – SPA UNTUK PENYELESAIAN TERBAIK



    Saya telah mengadap DYMM Sultan Selangor hari ini bagi membincangkan isu pelantikan Setiausaha Kerajaan Negeri.



    DYMM Sultan Selangor telah berpandangan bahawa Baginda tidak mempunyai kuasa untuk menerima atau menolak calon-calon yang dicadangkan oleh Suruhanjaya Perkhidmatan Awam (SPA).



    Ini kerana kuasa itu telah ditarik balik pada 1993 iaitu selepas krisis Perlembagaan berlaku yang mana Undang-undang Tubuh Negeri Selangor turut dipinda bagi memusatkan kuasa persekutuan.



    DYMM Sultan Selangor mencadangkan supaya kerajaan negeri mengadakan perbincangan dengan SPA untuk mencari penyelesaian terbaik. Saya mengucapkan terima kasih kepada DYMM Sultan atas nasihat dan pandangan baginda.



    Justeru itu, demi kebaikan Negeri Selangor dan menjunjung titah Tuanku, Kerajaan negeri akan menulis surat kepada SPA bagi membincangkan semula calon yang layak, sesuai dan berkebolehan untuk mengisi jawatan tersebut.



    Sehingga penyelesaian muktamad dicapai antara kerajaan negeri dan SPA, maka kerajaan negeri tidak mahu terlibat dalam sebarang bentuk majlis atau keraian berkaitan jawatan Setiausaha Kerajaan Negeri.



    Ini bermakna majlis angkat sumpah di hadapan Menteri Besar tidak akan diadakan dan Dato’ Khusrin Munawi tidak akan hadir pada sebarang Majlis Mesyuarat Kerajaan Negeri dan Majlis Tindakan Ekonomi Negeri Selangor sebagai ex-officio.



    Pada masa yang sama, Kerajaan Negeri akan mencadangkan kepada Dato’ Speaker untuk mengadakan sidang Dewan Negeri Selangor tergempar bagi meminda Undang-undang Tubuh Negeri Selangor untuk mengembalikan kuasa pelantikan tiga pegawai eksekutif iaitu Setiausaha Kerajaan Negeri, Pegawai Kewangan dan Penasihat Undang-Undang Negeri kepada Sultan dan Menteri Besar.





    TAN SRI ABDUL KHALID IBRAHIM

    DATO’ MENTERI BESAR SELANGOR




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    Selangor State Secretary: Ex-judge cautions against court action in state secretary tiff

    UMNO was set up to oppose the British over the Malayan Union in 1946. What we have today is THE Malayan Union, except that today it is under UMNO Control!

    Ex-judge cautions against court action in state secretary tiff
    By Debra Chong
    January 03, 2011




    Chan said the only possible challenge to the state secretary’s appointment is that he was not appointed by the appropriate service commission. — File pic
    KUALA LUMPUR, Jan 3 — The Selangor government may find itself in a deeper mess than a stalemate if it heads to the court to resolve the controversial appointment of its new state secretary, says retired judge Datuk N.H. Chan.


    Pointing to section 52 of the Selangor state constitution, Chan stressed the law clearly states that the state secretary is appointed by a service commission and not the mentri besar or even the Sultan as some parties have argued.

    “As you can see, section 52(1) is definitive; it says specifically that the appointment of the state secretary shall be made by the appropriate service commission from amongst members of the relevant public services.

    “He is not to be appointed by anyone else; not even by the Sultan, not even the prime minister but solely by the particular service commission of whom the candidate state secretary is a member of that public service,” he told The Malaysian Insider.

    “Therefore, the only possible challenge to the state secretary’s appointment is that he was not appointed by the appropriate service commission,” he stressed.

    The former Court of Appeals judge told The Malaysian Insider that Selangor Mentri Besar Tan Sri Khalid Ibrahim must be very careful to identify the appropriate service commission before initiating any court action to settle the controversial appointment.

    “If they sue the wrong service commission, they will lose 100 per cent. Their case will be dismissed immediately,” he explained over the phone from his home in Ipoh.

    Another retired judge, from the Federal Court, had told The Malaysian Insider that the appropriate service commission stated in the Selangor constitution referred to the Public Service Department (PSD), headed by the Chief Secretary to the Malaysian Government, Tan Sri Sidek Hassan.

    Chan was reluctant to comment on that view.

    “I do not know because I’m not a practising lawyer; I do not have the suitable law books to refer to with me,” he replied when asked his opinion on the appointing authority.

    “I read that Karpal Singh is helping. They must do their homework and identify the appropriate commission,” he stressed.

    Constitutional law lecturer Professor Dr Abdul Aziz Bari, from the International Islamic University, had said that the Selangor MB’s best chance to settle the escalating row was through the courts.

    “I believe there are several ways, but quo warranto, like in the Perak crisis case; or just ask for a declaration to that the court can declare the law on the issues,” Abdul Aziz replied when asked how the dispute could be settled in court.

    “Since the Sultan is still immune in ordinary court, then like in Perak, sue Khusrin,” he added, referring to the 2009 landmark case over who was the state’s lawful mentri besar that went all the way up to the nation’s highest court.

    The country’s richest state has been in turmoil for the past week since Sidek named Datuk Mohd Khusrin Munawi to the post, to replace Datuk Ramli Mahmud who left on December 31.

    The Pakatan Rakyat (PR) state government has rejected Mohd Khusrin, and insists it has the right to name its own person for the job.

    The conservative former director of the Selangor Islamic Religious Department (Jais) is known to be at odds with Khalid’s state administration.

    The Sultan of Selangor overrode the MB’s objection and approved Mohd Khusrin’s appointment.

    The state Ruler has also fixed the civil officer’s oath of loyalty ceremony for January 6, which is expected to be boycotted by the state’s PR lawmakers.

    Khalid has also indicated that he will not accept Mohd Khusrin’s oath of secrecy before him, which is required of all top state civil officers before they can start their duties.

    The tension between the state’s chief executive officer and the state secretary could lead to a breakdown in Selangor’s daily administration.

    Several parties have claimed that the federal Barisan Nasional (BN) coalition has been engineering to sabotage Selangor’s administration from within the civil service in its bid to retake the country’s richest state.

    Chan firmly stated that the Selangor situation was different from the Perak constitutional crisis that triggered the collapse of Datuk Seri Nizar Jamaluddin’s Pakatan Rakyat (PR) state administration in February 2009 because of a different set of laws.

    The retired judge also advised Khalid from taking a belligerent stand against accepting Khusrin’s oath of secrecy.

    “I am of the view that it is unwise that he should be prevented from taking the oath of secrecy under subsection (4),” Chan said.

    “Otherwise, it can be argued that he is not bound by any impediment or stricture not to reveal anything that happened at the State Executive Council,” he added.

    He pointed to section 52(3) of the Selangor constitution that read: “Once a State Secretary has been appointed by the appropriate Service Commission, he shall have the right to take part in the proceedings of the State Executive Council and the Legislative Assembly.”

    Chan said the state law also allowed for Khusrin to be appointed to any committee set up by the exco and the legislative assembly, but did not see it happening in the current circumstances because “most probably he will be treated like a pariah”.

    “But it is important to note that the subsection also says that he ‘shall not have any vote in the State Executive Council or the Legislative Assembly or any such Committee’,” Chan stressed. TheMalaysiaInsider....
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    Selangor State Secretary: Kushrin report for work. Aliran and Kim Quek's take.

    Khusrin begins duties as Selangor state secretary, Monday, 03 January 2011.



    Aliran: Rule of law must prevail.


    Under the state constitution (Article 52 Clause 1), the appointment of the state secretary “shall be made by the appropriate Services Commission” - not by the Sultan. So, both Sidek and Munir have falsely invoked the name of the Sultan to over-rule objection from PR.

    Next, the state secretary must take his Oath of Secrecy “in the presence of the Menteri Besar” before he can attend meetings of the Exco, according to Article 52 Clause 4 of the same constitution.

    With these two provisions, it is apparent that arrangement of Kushrin’s oathing-taking in the palace is not an orthodox constitutional practice of the state, but an expedient political machination devised to outmaneuver PR.

    As for which is “the appropriate Services Commission” mandated by Article 52 Clause 1 for this appointment , Menteri Besar Khalid contended that the state’s own Public Services Commission should have been involved in accordance with services practice notes prepared by the Commission. Kim Quek: Khusrin’s appointment violates nation’s founding principles.
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    Selangor State Secretary: Selangor Has No Authority Over State Secretary's Appointment

    Selangor Has No Authority Over State Secretary's Appointment

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    (Bernama) - The state civil service commissions in the federated Malay states, namely Selangor, Perak, Pahang and Negeri Sembilan, have no authority over the appointment top division civil servants as the executive power is vested with the Public Service Commission, said a lecturer.

    Prof Dr Ahmad Atory Hussein of Universiti Sains Malaysia's School of Social Sciences said it was different with the unfederated Malay states (Johor, Terengganu, Kelantan, Perlis and Kedah) where the state civil service commissions were vested with the power to appoint the state secretary, state legal adviser and state financial officer.

    He said Selangor Menteri Besar Tan Sri Abdul Khalid Ibrahim should be aware of this and stop questioning the appointment of Datuk Mohamad Khusrin Munawi as the state secretary as announced by the Chief Secretary to the Government Tan Sri Sidek Hassan recently.

    "Questioning the appointment is a futile exercise as the executive rights to appoint top division officers falls under the jurisdiction of the federal government as enshrined in Federal Constitution," Ahmad Atory told Bernama today.

    He was commenting on the Selangor government's plan to call for an emergency state assembly meeting to amend the state constitution so that it can have a say in the appointment of the state’s top three civil servants.

    Ahmad Atory said the proposed amendment would worsen the legal crisis as any attempt to amend the state constitution would be void if it is against the Federal Constitution as stipulated in Article 75.

    Universiti Teknologi Malaysia fellow Prof Salleh Buang said it would not be possible for the state government to amend the state constitution as a two-thirds majority or 37 votes from the state assembly was required to enable this to happen.

    Currently, the opposition led state government has 35 seats in the House (14 from Parti Keadilan Rakyat, 13 from DAP and eight from PAS) while the Barisan Nasional has 21 seats.

    Salleh said even if the amendment was passed by the state assembly it would not affect Mohamad Khusrin's appointment as any amendment to the state constitution would not be retrospective in nature.

    On Abdul Khalid's decision not to allow the state secretary to attend the state executive council meeting, Salleh said it could be construed as attempts to deny Mohamad Khusrin's rights and disregard the state constitution. Malaysia-today....
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    Selangor State Secretary: Selangor Sultan maintains Khusrin’s appointment lawful

    Selangor Sultan maintains Khusrin’s appointment lawful

    By Shazwan Mustafa Kamal
    January 06, 2011



    Khusrin (left) shakes the Selangor Sultan’s hand at the palace in Shah Alam, January 6, 2011. — Picture by Choo Choy May
    SHAH ALAM, Jan 6 — Sultan Sharafuddin Idris Shah today said Datuk Mohd Khusrin Munawi’s appointment as state secretary was legitimate, despite protests by the Selangor government.


    The Sultan of Selangor stressed today that he remained apolitical in the current row over the state secretary’s appointment, saying there was no need to politicise Khusrin’s selection.

    “I want to stress that the appointment of Datuk Mohd Khusrin Munawi as state secretary is according to the laws and procedures stated by the state constitution as well as the federal constitution.

    “I do not want this issue politicised, sensationalised and blown up until it causes confusion to the rakyat. My wish is that the new state secretary will be able to conduct his duties and responsibilities diligently and in an excellent manner,” said the Sultan today.

    The state’s Ruler added that he was saddened his previous remarks had been “manipulated” by “irresponsible quarters” and had confused the people of Selangor.

    “I would like to state here, as I have mentioned [to] the State exco members before... that I do not take sides or support any political parties,” the Sultan continued.

    Selangor Mentri Besar Tan Sri Khalid Ibrahim, who has opposed the appointment, said today that his administration continued to not “recognise” the new state secretary’s appointment.

    Khalid added that he had already informed the Sultan of his administration’s bid on Monday to protest Khusrin’s appointment to the Public Services Commission (SPA).

    “The state has sent a letter to the SPA informing them of our displeasure in the appointment of the new state secretary. We stress that their actions have contravened the spirit of the constitution.

    “The attendance of the whole state exco for today’s ceremony... is proof of our affection and loyalty to His High Royal Highness, the Sultan of Selangor, as well as His Highness, the Selangor Regent.

    “Seeing as today coincides with Datuk Mohd Khusrin’s swearing-in ceremony, it does not mean that we are willing to accept SPA’s arbitrary actions against our administration. We stand by our argument that the state secretary appointment is not final and needs a proper solution,” said Khalid. TheMalaysiaInsider....
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    Selangor State Secretary: KENYATAAN AKHBAR 7 JAN 2011: Kronologi pelantikan Setiausaha Kerajaan Negeri untuk perhatian media

    KENYATAAN AKHBAR 7 JAN 2011: Kronologi pelantikan Setiausaha Kerajaan Negeri untuk perhatian media


    KENYATAAN AKHBAR

    7 JAN 2011



    Berikut adalah kronologi pelantikan Setiausaha Kerajaan Negeri untuk perhatian media



    26 Oktober 2010

    PSM memberi Nota Amalan kepada Dato’ Menteri Besar tentang prosedur pelantikan Setiausaha Kerajaan Negeri. Nota ini menyatakan bahawa:



    i) Suruhanjaya Perkhidmatan Awam (SPA) akan menghantar senarai calon yang difikirkan layak ( Gred 54 ke atas ) kepada Dato' Menteri Besar.

    ii) Dato' Menteri Besar kemudiannya memilih calon atau calon-calon yang
    sesuai dan menyerahkan senarai pendek kepada DYMM Sultan Selangor.

    iii) Setelah Tuanku berkenan memilih nama yang dicadangkan Dato' Menteri Besar akan menyerahkan semula nama tersebut kepada SPA untuk tujuan penyediaan dokumentasi lantikan.


    26 Oktober 2010

    Pusat Sumber Manusia memberi nota amalan kepada Pejabat Dato’ Menteri Besar tentang prosedur pelantikan Setiausaha Kerajaan yang baharu dan menyenaraikan 8 nama yang dicalonkan untuk pelantikan.


    8 November 2010

    Pejabat Menteri Besar menubuhkan Jawatankuasa Pemilihan untuk memilih calon yang paling layak daripada 8 nama pegawai yang telah dicadangkan.




    22 November 2010.

    Jawatankuasa memulakan proses menemubual semua calon .






    1 Disember 2010.

    Mesyuarat EXCO bersidang. Dato’ Ramli Mahmud tidak membuat apa-apa kenyataan atau perbincangan mengenai pelantikan Setiausaha Kerajaan yang akan menggantikan beliau.


    2 Disember 2010

    Mesyuarat MTES bersidang Dato’ Ramli tidak membuat apa-apa kenyataan atau perbincangan mengenai perlantikan setiausaha kerajaan yang akan mengganti beliau.


    3 Disember 2010

    Jawatankuasa telah memaklumkan kepada pejabat Dato’ Menteri Besar bahaa 3 nama telah dipilih untuk dilantik serta memberitahu bahawa 2 calon tidak mahu mengambil bahagian


    8 Disember 2010

    Mesyuarat EXCO bersidang. Dato’ Ramli Mahmud tidak membuat apa-apa kenyataan atau perbincangan mengenai perlantikan setiausaha kerajaan yang akan mengganti beliau.


    9 Disember 2010

    Mesyuarat MTES bersidang Dato’ Ramli tidak membuat apa-apa kenyataan atau perbincangan mengenai perlantikan setiausaha kerajaan yang akan mengganti beliau.



    15 Disember 2010

    Mesyuarat EXCO bersidang. Dato’ Ramli Mahmud tidak membuat apa-apa kenyataan atau perbincangan mengenai perlantikan setiausaha kerajaan yang akan menggantikan beliau.


    16 Disember 2010

    2pm: Mesyuarat MTES bersidang Dato’ Ramli tidak membuat apa-apa kenyataan atau perbincangan mengenai perlantikan setiausaha kerajaan yang akan menganti beliau.

    9pm: Majlis Persaraan untuk Dato’ Ramli Mahmud dan dihadiri oleh Dato’ Menteri Besar serta Setiausaha Politik. Dato’ Ramli tidak membuat apa-apa kenyataan atau perbincangan mengenai perlantikan setiausaha kerajaan yang akan mengganti beliau




    17 Disember 2010

    Dato’ Menteri Besar menulis surat kepada Istana untuk memaklumkan DYMM Sultan Selangor tentang prosedur pemilihan yang dijalankan Kerajaan Negeri dan tiga calon akhir telah dipilih dan Dato’ Menteri Besar terbuka untuk mengadakan perbincangan dengan DYMM Sultan untuk pandangan dan nasihat. Ini selepas pemeriksaan teliti terhadap tiga calon ini.





    20 Disember 2010

    Dato’ Menteri Besar menulis surat kepada Pusat Sumber Manusia untuk memaklumkan Menteri Besar telah menghantar tiga nama calon kepada DYMM Sultan Selangor dan belum menerima maklum balas. Surat berkenaan juga memberitahu Dato’ Menteri Besar akan bercuti sehingga 30 Disember dan sebarang pengumuman mengenai Setiausaha Kerajaan Negeri perlu dirujuk kepada Dato' Menteri Besar.


    21 Disember 2010

    Istana menerusi Setiausaha Sulit kepada DYMM Sultan Selangor, Dato’ Muhamad Munir Bani menulis surat kepada Setiausaha Sulit kepada Dato’ Menteri Besar, Haji Mustapha. Bersama surat itu dilampirkan surat bertarikh 10 Disember 2010 yang dialamatkan kepada Dato’ Ramli Mahmud sebagai balasan surat yang dihantar Dato’ Ramli bertarikh 3 Disember. Surat 3 Disember itu memaklumkan kepada DYMM Sultan Selangor tiga calon yang layak. Manakala surat 10 Disember memaklumkan kepada Dato’ Ramli bahawa DYMM Sultan Selangor telah berkenan dengan pelantikan Dato’ Muhamad Khusrin Munawi. Surat itu juga menyatakan Dato’ Ramli boleh membuat pengumuman pada 16 Disember 2010.





    24 Disember 2010

    Pejabat Menteri Besar menjawab surat bertarikh 21 Disember dari Dato’ Mohamad Munir bahawa Dato’ Menteri Besar tidak pernah diberitahu keputusan yang telah dibuat bertarikh 10 Disember 2010 itu. Sehubungan itu, Pejabat Menteri Besar memohon perkenan untuk mengadap DYMM Sultan untuk perbincangan.


    27 Disember 2010

    Dato’ Menteri Besar menerusi surat memohon untuk menghadap DYMM Sultan untuk perbincangan.



    3 Januari 2011

    Dato’ Menteri Besar menghadap DYMM Sultan Selangor. Dato’ Menteri Besar juga menulis kepada SPA menyatakan Kerajaan Negeri menolak pelantikan Dato’ Mohamad Khusrin dan tidak mengadakan majlis angkat sumpah menyimpan rahsia sehingga perkara ini selesai.



    4 Januari 2011

    Pejabat Dato’ Menteri Besar menulis surat kepada DYMM Sultan memohon supaya majlis angkat sumpah ditangguhkan sehingga Kerajaan Negeri dan SPA menyelesaikan perkara ini.



    6 Januari 2011

    Dato’ Menteri Besar dan barisan Exco hadir ke majlis angkat sumpah di Istana Bukit Kayangan sebagai taat setia dan kasih kepada DYMM Sultan dan DYTM Raja Muda tetapi tetap tidak menerima pelantikan Dato’ Mohamad Khusrin.



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    Selangor State Secretary: The way we play our politics (sakmongkol AK47)

    Wednesday, 12 January 2011

    The way we play our politics

    The BN MPs and especially the UMNO ones are nervous. They are not confident of retaining their seats anymore. That, despite the almost daily onslaught of black propaganda from the mainstream media.

    That despite in 2011, the government will issue bonds totaling RM 87 billion. That despite the government announcing a slew of economic initiatives spending 400 over billion so that we get an economy of over 1 trillion.

    With money seemingly flooding, our MPs are nervous? It shows no money can buy confidence and trust. Confidence and trust in the benevolence of the present national government.
    It prompted the MPs to suggest the PM meet up with the MPs. Read carefully- it's not a meeting for the PM to analyze or the MPs being asked what projects do they want. The MPs are actually sizing up the PM- what he plans to do in order for the BN and UMNO MPs to stay in power. But the pesky fake royalty appeared and sounded more spoon that spade. ( lebih camca pulak dari sudu).

    The MPs are also weighing their options too. If they thought the PM is wishy washy, they will desert him. Nothing personal, just business.
    Because the MPs can almost see the writing on the wall. They stand to lose power. The people, the masses do not just on one fine morning, make an impromptu decision to not vote BN or just out of spite they voted for Anwar, Nik Aziz, Lim Kit Siang and others. The decision was deliberate. It happened then, it could happen again.

    The only line of defiance and defence now seems to be race card. Malays will be finished if UMNO is finished. The Malay Sultans are finished if UMNO is finished. UMNO doesn't seem to get it- UMNO is no longer automatically associated with the protection of Malay interests.
    It has lost the mandate to even represent the majority of Malays. I repeat this again. In the 2008 elections there 5.7 million Malay voters and UMNO candidates who must be Malay for sure, only secured 2.38 million votes. Those votes did not come solely from Malay voters which meant maybe UMNO got only around 2 million votes. What did that show? It showed more Malays didn't choose UMNO. So which group of Malays is UMNO representing? It represents the minority.

    All those screaming banshees claiming to be pro UMNO just don't get it. What they wanted to get is the money the Ministry of Goebbelsian Propaganda promises to give which somehow it reneged. What they wanted was to get paid hiding behind the false claim that somehow they are performing a vital service to the nation. Why don't they just shut up and not write and see whether the world stops?

    Who does UMNO represent really?

    It represents the reactionary Malays who opposed the rule of law, those who opposed ethical politics and those who don't respect the legitimacy of a legally elected government.
    Consider the case of the appointment of the Selangor state secretary. We can hide all we want behind the niceties of government servants are more or less permanent and that politicians despite being the political masters, are transitory. But still, that doesn't excuse us from doing what is ethical and proper.

    The ethical thing is to respect the legitimacy of a properly elected government. In Selangor, it happens to be a PKR government. Let's face it, the BN and UMNO lost the tasted (states) precisely because people are just fed-up at the incompetence, callousness and arrogance of the previous government. We can't defend incompetence and arrogance.

    Now, we are trying to subvert the legitimacy of an elected government by throwing a spanner in the wheel. It is a common practice and the civil thing to do, to suggest names of the highest government officials that are compatible with the political leadership. The sole purpose being, so that administrative work and the job of managing the government of the day is smooth.

    There is only one way to change a government which is through election and the ballot box. A sitting government can also lose power if it invites a successful vote of no confidence. The sole authority to eject a government must come through a sitting state assembly or parliament. It never rests with a unilateral decision by a monarch.
    Please be reminded that we are a parliamentary democracy and our monarchy is a constitutional monarchy.
    py

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    Major rally next week against Khusrin's posting
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    Friday, 14 January 2011 Super Admin

    (Malaysiakini) - A new pressure group is planning to host a rally next Sunday (Jan 23) to protest the appointment of Mohd Khusrin Munawi as the new Selangor state secretary.

    Hormati Suara Rakyat Selangor (HSRS) is hoping to attract at least 10,000 people for the rally, that will be held at the MPPJ stadium in Kelana Jaya.

    The group's spokesperson, Haris Ibrahim (left), said the rally is aimed at pressuring federal state secretary Mohd Sidek Hassan to declare Khusrin's appointment null and void.

    “Khusrin's appointment is a culmination of the relentless attempts by the BN federal government to frustrate the Selangor administration in carrying out their policies and programmes,” he said at a press conference at the KL-Selangor Chinese Assembly Hall today.

    Consultation is 'simple courtesy'

    Bersih 2.0 chairperson Ambiga Srineevesan (below) pointed out that HSRS was mooted as a united movement amongst various civil society groups to demand that all parties respect the choice of the people in such matters.

    She said the controversy surrounding Khusrin's appointment could have easily been avoided if the parties involved had simply consulted and sought the consent of Selangor Menteri Besar Khalid Ibrahim.

    "We think it's an infringement of our rights. Ultimately that's what it translates to, 'you may have voted for X, but I don't care'.

    "Whenever we see our elected representatives being undermined, when there is an attack on our elected representatives, it is an attack on the voters as it does not respect the choice of the voters.

    "Ultimately it boils down to courtesy, convention and the right thing to do," said Ambiga.

    HSRS involves 12 civil society groups including Bersih 2.0, Jerit, Pertubuhan Jemaah Islah Malaysia (JIM) and the Malaysian Civil Liberties Movement (MCLM).

    Haris said they plan to host a series of speakers for the event, including at least one representative from the Selangor government, to tell the public "how the (state) government is being sabotaged".



    Both Haris and Ambiga assured that the organisers will do all they can to work with the police in maintaining safety and security during the rally, that will be held for three hours from 4pm to 7pm. Malaysia-today....
    py

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