Remaung6renjer

Nuffnang

Thursday, March 4, 2010

PKR says no to all-Muslim panel for Zul Noordin

KUALA LUMPUR
Thursday, 4th March 2010

PKR’s disciplinary board will not bend to the will of Kulim-Bandar Bharu MP Zulkifli Noordin’s demand for an all-Muslim panel and is expected to deliberate on his hearing despite today’s walkout, party secretary-general Saifuddin Nasution said today.
Saifuddin told The Malaysian Insider this evening that there was nothing wrong or disrespectful with the decision to maintain the present panel members instead of replacing them with only Muslim members.
Zulkifli had made the request for an all-Muslim panel in view of the fact that he was to answer to disciplinary charges involving his actions in the “Allah” row.
“He has to understand. He is not being tried for his stand on the word “Allah”. He is being tried for his act of lodging a police report against a fellow Pakatan Rakyat MP despite the party’s gag order on the matter,” Saifuddin said.
He added that the decision to reject Zulkifli’s request which was made by the party’s disciplinary committee would remain the same.
“We are trying him on his action of defying a party order, not about his stand. It is very different. That is why there is no need for there to be an all-Muslim panel,” said Saifuddin.
He added that Zulkifli was welcome to his beliefs on the “Allah” matter, whether or not it was in conflict with the party’s view. “But when you disregard a party order and lodge a report against a fellow MP, disciplinary action will have to be taken,” he said.
Zulkifli had lodged a report against Shah Alam PAS MP Khalid Samad over his disagreement in the issue. Saifuddin acknowledged that he had received a fourth letter from Zulkifli today, containing the same eight demands that the latter had made in view of his disciplinary hearing. He noted however that the decision would remain the same.
“The board will make their recommendations (of disciplinary actions) to the party’s supreme council for endorsement. This means that Zulkifli will have to make up his mind whether to concede to the board’s decisions, even though it was made by non-Muslim members, or leave the party.”
The maverick politician today staged a walkout when he was informed that his demands had not been met and the same panel who sat on Monday would be handling his case. Zulkifli had expressed disappointment that the panel comprised of only one Muslim member while the others were two Christian activists and one Hindu.
The muslim MP, Assemblyman and member of PKR must transformed themselves into this new entity of PKR 100%. They must understand that PKR struggle is for all Malaysians regardless of their races. If they feel that PKR should fight for the Malay and Muslim alone, they must make aright movement by resign from the party and join the racist Ibrahim Ali. PKR has no place for people like this Zulkifli Nordin! Bukittunggal.com
“I mean no disrespect to the members of the board but I refuse to recognise them for it is inappropriate for them to be passing judgement on a religion that they themselves do not understand.
“On this issue, I will not compromise. Who better to judge me then another fellow Muslim? I were to be punished by another Muslim for my involvement in this matter, I can accept it.
Justice requires for one to be tried by one’s own peers. Justice must not only be done, it must also be seen to be done,” he said in a press conference after the hearing.
Zulkifli is also facing the board for his open criticism of Penang Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng. He is expected to leave PKR and join former colleagues Datuk Seri Zahrain Hashim, Tan Tee Beng and Mohsin Fadzli Samsuri, who defected recently citing loss in the party’s leadership.
Zulkifli had told pressmen today that “as of now” he had no plans to quit and wanted to stay on to defend himself.
He noted that the board had a deadline to make a decisiob by next Tuesday on the matter. “Then I will decide,” he said, adding that if his demands were not met, it meant that the party had no respect for the Islamic religion.

Mupok Aku

Agi Idup Agi Ngelaban

Sarawak State Election As I predicted Earlier Is Very Near

KUCHING
Thursday, 4th March 2010

Based on what happened in Sarawak since late last month, Bukittunggal predicted that the state election will be held at anytime now.
This was further confirmed by Taib Mahmud when he asked his party party’s members to ready their election machinery for a state election which he said could be held at any time now.
“I may call it (the state election) sooner or later, depending on my inspiration,” he told reporters after the closing of the 12th PBB general assembly, here.
Abdul Taib, who is the Sarawak chief minister, said that based on the mood of the party members during the general assembly, they are motivated to face a state election.
Declining to say when the state election would be called, he said the party must be well prepared to face the election to ensure a thumping victory for the PBB candidates.
The term of the current government expires in July next year but many political observers and opposition parties believe the chief minister may call an early election to take advantage of the prevailing feel-good factor, with the economy recovering and the many goodies announced by Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak during his recent visit to the rural areas of the state.
Fuelling the speculation of an early state election are the constant visits of federal ministers to Sarawak once a month beginning last year.
The Barisan Nasional (BN) coalition won 62 of the 71 seats in the state election in May 2006, with the PBB winning 35 bumiputera-majority seats.
No matter what all the Barisan Nasional members in sarawak felt, being the member of the PKR, I am confident that this time BN will lost miserably. This is based on my observation and the survey that I conducted, majority of the dayak still angry with BN especially in matter involved their NCR lands and the development that until now still has not reaching about 95% of the longhouses. PBB and Taib might thought that what happened to PKR in Peninsular Malaysia will affect the strength of PKR in Sabah and Sarawak, he is wrong. Taib is digging his own grave.....BN will sure lose their grip in Sarawak!...Bukittunggal.com
Apart from the PBB, the other BN component parties in Sarawak are the Sarawak United People’s Party (SUPP), Sarawak Progressive Democratic Party (SPDP) and Parti Rakyat Sarawak (PRS).
On another matter, Abdul Taib said that during the PBB general assembly, delegates expressed the wish for all development projects planned by the federal government to be implemented as soon as possible.
He said many of the delegates wanted the projects to be implemented fast to propel Sarawak to be on par with the other states in the country

Mupok Aku

Agi Idup Agi Ngelaban
Blog Widget by LinkWithin

Chitika

BlogTopsites

Politics Blogs - Blog Top Sites

MyBlogLog

Google Rank

Alexa Ranking

Technorati

BlogSearch Engine

BlogRanking

Politics Blogs - Blog Rankings