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Suara Sri Andalas

Posted: 11 Aug 2015 12:03 AM PDT

Suara Sri Andalas


Prime Minister Needs to Walk the Talk

Posted: 10 Aug 2015 12:26 AM PDT

I read with much amusement of what Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak had addressed to his party members in Cheras, recently. He claimed so to speak that he is not a party president who wants all Umno leaders to behave as "yes man" to him.

("But I am a president who wants our party to be disciplined. To hold on to party principles")

"We can change our views or argue in a meeting; if we want to bang the table we can also do so, just do not throw the chairs. But when the party makes a decision, we have to stand behind the collective responsibility," he was quoted saying in a report by Bernama.

The Prime Minister said even though party leaders and members might disagree over a certain matter that had been decided, it could be renegotiated.

"I am not an autocratic person. Ask Ku Nan (Tengku Adnan), he also disagrees sometimes, but he remained as secretary-general," he said.)

However, I am inclined to ask what does he mean by his statements. 

This is because the recent cabinet reshuffling, saw Najib ousting his deputy Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin from the cabinet line-up.

It is a known fact that Muhyiddin had been critical of Najib's decisions and had questioned the controversial national investment fund 1Malaysia Development Bhd. So much so that even the Prime Minister's Office chided his decision to be outspoken about the matter in the days leading to his ousting from the Cabinet.

It is clear, Muhyiddin was not a "yes man". Why then was he removed from cabinet?

On the contrary, newly appointed Communications and Multimedia Minister Datuk Seri Salleh Said Keruak had been supportive of Najib over 1MDB issue right from the get go. The then-Sabah Speaker was tireless in his typing out his views and publishing them via his blog:http://sskeruak.blogspot.com/

Lo and behold, Salleh was appointed Minister instead.

I am not privy to Umno meetings chaired by Najib nor any other Umno meeting for that matter. However this still smells strongly of hypocrisy.

Despite Muhyiddin's disagreement over the matter, was the issue renegotiated to the point he had to lose his Cabinet post?

Or did Muhyiddin asked the wrong questions which cause himself and his allies posts in the Cabinet?

IT IS NOT ABOUT FINANCIAL TRANSPARENCY IN PARTIES
The RM2.6 billion issue in Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak's account has been taken out of context by the Umno president himself.

When details were furnished that the sum of monies were donated anonymous by someone by the Middle East for party expenditure, Najib was quick to turn the tables against the Opposition parties.

This by stating his willingness to reveal Umno's accounts and challenging PKR, DAP and PAS to do same. While each party has responded promptly with PKR deputy president Mohamed Azmin Ali and Selangor DAP chairman Tony Pua stating their respective parties willingness to do so, it amuses to know that the controversial amount of money discussed by the people today was unknown to many Umno members.

Following the expose by Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin and party vice president Datuk Seri Shafie Apdal who is also a member of the Umno Supreme Council that they too were clueless about the donation until it first surfaced has opened more scrutiny towards the Premier.

While PKR welcomes Najib's call to be transparent about Umno's account, perhaps he as a leader should emulate his call in being transparent on his personal bank accounts.

Afterall it was his personal account in Ambank that was exposed by the Wall Street Journal and not Umno's accounts instead. Answer the questions that has long bogged the minds of the rakyat including your No 2 in the party.

The ball is in your court, Prime Minister

YB Dr A Xavier Jayakumar
Vice President of Parti Keadilan Rakyat
Ahli Dewan Negeri Seri Andalas, Selangor

10 AUGUST 2015

Rally Against The Edge Suspension

Posted: 08 Aug 2015 03:00 AM PDT

Some 400 people, comprising journalists, lawyers, members of civil society groups and the public, rallied today against the three-month suspension of The Edge Weekly and The Edge Financial Daily, which have reported critically of debt-ridden state investor 1Malaysia Development Bhd (1MDB).

Marched from Central Market, carrying posters calling for press freedom and freedom of information.

The Edge is challenging the suspensions with a judicial review, and its move is said to be the first time a Malaysian media organisation has ever done so. The High Court has allowed its application for a judicial review but rejected a stay on the suspension.







Memberi Sokongan Kepada SPRM Isu Siasatan 1MDB

Posted: 06 Aug 2015 03:00 AM PDT

Lawatan ke Suruhanjaya Pencegahan Rasuah Malaysia (SPRM) bagi menunjukkan sokongan. DS Wan Azizah meminta seluruh rakyat Malaysia turut memberikan sokongan kepada badan pencegahan rasuah itu.

Antara wakil rakyat yang hadir ialah Ahli Parlimen Permatang Pauh, Datuk Seri Wan Azizah Wan Ismail, Ahli Parlimen Gelang Patah Lim Kit Siang dan Ahli Parlimen Shah Alam Khalid Samad.
Turut hadir ialah Pengerusi Gerakan Harapan Baru (GHB) Mohamad Sabu dan MP Pandan, Rafizi Ramli.

Pertemuan selama kira-kira 30 minit dengan Pengarah Komunikasi Strategik SPRM Datuk Rohaizad Yaakob.



Anwar Ibrahim

Posted: 10 Aug 2015 07:53 PM PDT

Anwar Ibrahim


SOLIDARITY STATEMENT FOR PRISONER OF CONSCIENCE ANWAR IBRAHIM

Posted: 10 Aug 2015 02:48 AM PDT

We, the undersigned human rights organizations, stand in solidarity with Anwar Ibrahim, condemn the politically motivated charges and trial that led to his imprisonment, and call for his immediate and unconditional release.

 

August 10, 2015, marks Anwar Ibrahim's 68th birthday and 182 days spent as a prisoner of conscience. Prior to his imprisonment, Anwar Ibrahim was the head of Malaysia's opposition and a prominent Muslim leader. The trial that led to his conviction was condemned as not meeting international standards for fair trials by numerous independent observers who monitored court proceedings.

 

Anwar Ibrahim's conviction on charges of sodomy on February 2015 raised serious doubts about the independence of Malaysia's judiciary. The irregularities in the proceedings appeared to chime with a long-­? standing effort by the ruling coalition to disqualify him from holding political office and from fulfilling his elected role as a Member of Parliament and leader of the opposition.

 

We also note with great concern Anwar Ibrahim's deteriorating health and the difficulties he continues to face in receiving proper medical attention in Sungai Buloh Prison, Selangor State. Anwar Ibrahim's poor detention conditions are indicative of wider problems within the Malaysian prison system.

 

We call on the Malaysian authorities to uphold the rule of law and human rights, in particular the right to a fair trial, including by ensuring that the judiciary is completely independent from the executive branch.

 

We also express our grave concern over the continued crackdown on freedom of expression and political dissent in Malaysia. The ongoing arrest, detention and criminal proceedings against dozens of government critics under repressive laws, such as the 1948 Sedition Act, and the increasing harassment and censorship of independent media, represent a major setback for human rights in the country. The rights to freedom of expression and peaceful assembly are enshrined in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and guaranteed by Malaysia's Constitution. The continued use of repressive legislation to suppress fundamental rights is severely damaging Malaysia's international reputation.

 

We therefore urge the Malaysian government to take immediate steps to repeal or amend all laws that impose unreasonable and disproportionate restrictions on the rights to freedom of expression and peaceful assembly. These laws include the 1948 Sedition Act, the 1959 Prevention of Crime Act, the 1984 Printing Presses and Publications Act, the 2012 Peaceful Assembly Act, and the 2012 Security Offences (Special Measures) Act. Instead, human rights, including the rights to freedom of expression and peacefully assembly, should be protected by law in accordance with international human rights law and standards.

 

In addition, we call on the Malaysian government to repeal Article 377 of the Criminal Code and abolish sodomy as a crime. This colonial-­?era provision, which bans private consensual homosexual acts, is blatantly discriminatory and has no place in a modern and rights-­?respecting nation. United Nations (UN) human rights mechanisms have repeatedly called for a repeal of such legislation because it violates a number of key human rights, including the rights to equality and to privacy.

 

We firmly believe that the Malaysian government must listen to the people's calls for reforms. Authorities must respect all human rights promote transparency and good governance and uphold the rule of law.

 

 

The International Federation for Human Rights (FIDH)

Amnesty International

Article 19

ASEAN Parliamentarians for Human Rights (APHR)

Suaram

Global Bersih

 

INTERNATIONAL CALL TO SEEK JUSTICE FOR ANWAR IBRAHIM AND RESTORE DEMOCRACY IN MALAYSIA

Posted: 10 Aug 2015 02:47 AM PDT

The Committee,

Recognises Anwar Ibrahim as a Malaysian statesman, Leader of the Opposition in Parliament and a prominent moderate Muslim leader who has dedicated his political life to defend democracy, uphold the rule of law and sought social justice for all.

Recalls that Anwar Ibrahim was finance minister and deputy prime minister of Malaysia when he was dismissed from government in 1998. Upon his dismissal, Anwar was arrested, beaten and jailed for six years on politically motivated and trumped up charges.

Recalls that Anwar Ibrahim led the opposition coalition to an unprecedented electoral success in Malaysia's general elections in 2013, winning 51% of the popular vote.

Recalls that Anwar Ibrahim's unjust imprisonment on 10 February 2015 based on politically motivated charges has been widely condemned internationally, and Amnesty International has adopted Anwar Ibrahim as a prisoner of conscience.

Believes that the conviction and imprisonment of Anwar Ibrahim was the outcome of an ongoing political conspiracy to end Anwar Ibrahim's political life and to deprive the opposition of its parliamentary leader in Malaysia.

Resolves to call on the international community to pressure the government of Malaysia to uphold the rule of law, and to respect human rights and fundamental freedoms of its citizens.

Demands the government of Malaysia to immediately and unconditionally release Anwar Ibrahim from prison.

Signatories,
The Honorable Dr. Bacharuddin Jusuf Habibie, Former President of The Republic of Indonesia

The Honorable Abdullah Gül, Former President of the Republic of Turkey

The Honorable Albert Gore, Former Vice President of The United States of America, Nobel Laureate

The Honorable Mayor Joseph Ejercito Estrada, Former President of the Philippines

The Honorable James Gordon Brown, Former Prime Minister of The United Kingdom

Sheikh Rashid al-Ghannushi, Intellectual leader of the Ennahdah Movement Tunisia

Global Call For The Release of Anwar Ibrahim

Posted: 10 Aug 2015 02:44 AM PDT

We the undersigned, stand in solidarity with Anwar Ibrahim, and condemn the politically motivated charges that led to his five-year prison sentence.

10 August 2015, marks Anwar Ibrahim's 68th birthday and his 182nd day as a prisoner of conscience. Prior to his imprisonment, Anwar Ibrahim was the Leader of Malaysia's emerging Opposition, and a prominent moderate Muslim leader who dedicated his political life to defend democracy, uphold the rule of law and sought social justice for all.

Anwar Ibrahim's trial took place after he led the opposition coalition to an unprecedented electoral victory in Malaysia's general elections in 2013, winning 51% of the popular vote. Many believe that this blow to the incumbent government's power prompted Anwar Ibrahim's conviction and imprisonment. The trial that eventually led to Anwar Ibrahim's conviction was seen as biased and unfair by the independent observers who attended the proceedings. The unfair trial, coupled with the political motivations behind it led Amnesty International to declare Anwar Ibrahim a prisoner of conscience.

As supporters of an independent and fair judicial system, we condemn such politically motivated convictions that serve those in power.

The political machinations behind Anwar Ibrahim's conviction are clear as Malaysian citizens who dared to criticise the outcome have been investigated and/or charged under the country's draconian Sedition Act. Many see Anwar Ibrahim's conviction as the beginning of an intense crackdown on freedom of speech and freedom of peaceful assembly in the country. The crackdown, which is ongoing, has even extended to social media. Numerous police investigations have been triggered over social media postings that are perceived to be critical of the government.

As believers in the right to the freedom of expression and the freedom of peaceful assembly, we call on the government of Malaysia to uphold the rule of law, and to respect the human rights and fundamental freedoms of its citizens.

We also note with great concern Anwar Ibrahim's deteriorating health, and the difficulties he has faced in receiving proper treatment. Anwar Ibrahim's treatment in prison is indicative of wider problems within the Malaysian prison system. We strongly urge the Malaysian government that touts itself as democratic country to immediately and unconditionally release Anwar Ibrahim from prison and uphold the principles of democracy.
John L Esposito
Georgetown University

Tariq Ramadan
Oxford University

Richard Falk
Princeton University

Noam Chomsky
Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Slavoj Žižek
University of London

Alfred Stepan
Colombia University

Francis Fukuyama
Stanford University

Larry Diamond
Stanford University

Nader Hashemi
Denver University

Avi Shlaim
Oxford University

Shahrough Akhavi
Columbia University

Charles Butterworth
University of Maryland

Louay Safi
Georgetown University

Emad El-Din Shahin
Georgetown University

Abdelwahab El-Affendi
University of Westminster

Saad Eddin Ibrahim
Egyptian Activist

Mohammad Fadel
University of Toronto

Ziauddin Sardar
Muslim Institute

Karen Armstrong
Author

Tariq Modood
University of Bristol

Farid Esack
University of Johannesburg

Christos Giannou
War Surgeon

James Reardon-Anderson
Georgetown University

Tamara Sonn
Georgetown University

Mohsen Kadivar
Duke University

Harry L. Roque
Center for International Law Philippines

Augusto N. Miclat Jr.
Initiatives for International Dialogue
Philippines

Herherson "Sonny" T. Alvarez
Phillipines Politician

Ricardo G. Recto
Philippines Politician

Luziminda C. Ilagan
Philippines Politician

Silvestre Bello III
Philippines Politician

General Jose T. Almonte
Philippines

Amado D. Valdez
Philippine Association of Law Schools

Fernando O. Peña
Ninoy Aquino Movement

Ferdinand S. Topacio
Lawyer Philippines

Margoux Salcedo
Philippines Journalist

Jarius and Marisa Bondoc
Columnist Philippines

Muslim Youth
Movement of
Malaysia (ABIM)

Networks Of
Democrats in the
Arab World

Center for Citizen's
Alliance

Intelektual dunia bersama tuntut Anwar bebas

Posted: 10 Aug 2015 12:48 AM PDT

Malaysiakini

Mungkin itulah hadiah hari ulang tahun paling bermakna buat Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim apabila sekumpulan intelektual dunia tampil bersama menuntut pembebasannya tanpa syarat.

Dalam kenyataan bersama itu, kumpulan itu antaranya mengutuk penjara lima tahun terhadap Anwar dan percaya ia sebagai sebuah "fitnah politik".

Antara nama-nama besar yang tampil menyatakan bantahan mereka termasuk, John L Esposito, Richard Falk, Noam Chomsky, Slavoj Žižek, Francis Fukuyama, Saad Eddin Ibrahim dan Karen Armstrong.

"Kami menggesa kerajaan Malaysia, yang seringkali menyatakan ingin menjadi sebuah demokrasi terbaik di dunia untuk membebaskan Anwar Ibrahim, dan mengangkat prinsip-prinsip demokrasi tanpa sebarang syarat," kata mereka.

Kenyataan bersama 33 orang itu, termasuk separuh tokoh pelbagai bidang Filipina, itu diedarkan oleh PKR hari ini sempena ulang tahun ke-68 Anwar hari ini.

Anwar memang terkenal mempunyai hubungan baik dengan tokoh-tokoh intelektual di pelbagai negara sebelum ini.

Bagaimanapun, mereka tidak pernah tampil dengan kenyataan bersama menyatakan sikap jelas sebelum ini.

Kenyataan itu dilihat sebahagian kempen berterusan penyokongnya bagi memberi tekanan kepada kerajaan Malaysia.

Anwar dipenjarakan lima tahun selepas didapati bersalah meliwat bekas pembantunya Mohd Saiful Bukhari Azlan.

Prison walls no barrier to Anwar’s birthday bash

Posted: 10 Aug 2015 12:47 AM PDT

Malaysiakini

Some 50 people gathered outside the Sungai Buloh Prison today to celebrate the 68th birthday of jailed former opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim.

Among those in attendance were Anwar’s wife and PKR president Dr Wan Azizah Wan Ismail and their five daughters.

Also present were PKR vice-presidents Tian Chua and Rafizi Ramli, and the party’s Wanita chief Zuraida Kamaruddin.

The crowd, who sang Happy Birthday and Allah Selamatkan Kamu (God save you) for Anwar from outside the prison gates, also brought three birthday cakes and a giant postcard signed by supporters.

The PKR de facto leader was on Feb 10 sentenced to five years’ jail by the Federal , which upheld his Court of Appeal conviction for sodomising his former aide Saiful Bukhari.

Critics have slammed the sentence as politically-motivated, a claim that Anwar’s family maintains till today.

Nurul Izzah Anwar said her father’s imprisonment, and the recent cabinet reshuffle that saw Umno deputy president Muhyiddin Yassin axed, are proof that Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak is a dictator.

“It is clear that Najib is a dictator who is misusing his powers to ensure that there is no separation of powers,” Nurul Izzah, who is the MP for Lembah Pantai, said.

Calls for Anwar’s release raised the world over

Posted: 10 Aug 2015 12:45 AM PDT

Malaysiakini

Former world leaders today urged the Malaysian government to release Anwar Ibrahim from jail unconditionally and immediately, in conjunction with his 68th birthday today.

The call was made, among others, by former Indonesian president Bacharuddin Jusuf Habibie, former president of Turkey Abdullah Gul and former US vice-president Al Gore.

Also making the call with them in a joint statement released today are former Philippines president Joseph Estrada, former British prime minister Gordon Brown and Tunisian Ennahdah Movement leader Sheikh Rashid al-Ghannushi.

The group believed that Anwar’s conviction and imprisonment are the outcome of an ongoing political conspiracy to end his political life and to deprive the opposition in Malaysia of its parliamentary leader.

“(We recall) that Anwar’s unjust imprisonment on Feb 10, 2015, based on politically motivated charges, has been widely condemned internationally and Amnesty International has adopted Anwar Ibrahim as a prisoner of conscience,” they said.

In a separate statement, a group of globally known activists, academicians and intellectuals declared their solidarity with Anwar and condemned the “politically motivated” charges against him.

Among the 38 signatories are Noam Chomsky (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), Tariq Ramadan (Oxford University, photo), John L Esposito (Georgetown University), Francis Fukuyama (Stanford University), Saad Eddin Ibrahim (Drew University) and British author Karen Armstrong.

“The political machinations behind Anwar’s conviction are clear as Malaysian citizens who dared to criticise the outcome have been investigated and/or charged under the country's draconian Sedition Act.

“Many see Anwar Ibrahim's conviction as the beginning of an intense crackdown on freedom of speech and freedom of peaceful assembly in the country.

“The crackdown, which is ongoing, has even extended to the social media. Numerous police investigations have been triggered over social media postings that are perceived to be critical of the government,” the statement by the group says.

The group went on to call on the authorities to release Anwar and uphold democracy in order for  Malaysia to continue touting itself as a democratic country.

In solidarity with Anwar Ibrahim – International Federation for Human Rights

Posted: 10 Aug 2015 12:44 AM PDT

TMI

We, the undersigned human rights organisations, stand in solidarity with Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim, condemn the politically motivated charges and trial that led to his imprisonment, and call for his immediate and unconditional release.

August 10, 2015 marks Anwar's 68th birthday and 182 days spent as a prisoner of conscience. Prior to his imprisonment, Anwar was the head of Malaysia's opposition and a prominent Muslim leader. The trial that led to his conviction was condemned as not meeting international standards for fair trials by numerous independent observers who monitored court proceedings.

Anwar's conviction on charges of sodomy on February 10, 2015 raised serious doubts about the independence of Malaysia's judiciary. The irregularities in the proceedings appeared to chime with a long-standing effort by the ruling coalition to disqualify him from holding political office and from fulfilling his elected role as a member of Parliament and leader of the opposition.

We also note with great concern Anwar's deteriorating health and the difficulties he continues to face in receiving proper medical attention in Sungai Buloh prison, Selangor. Anwar's poor detention conditions are indicative of wider problems within the Malaysian prison system.We call on the Malaysian authorities to uphold the rule of law and human rights, in particular the right to a fair trial, including by ensuring that the judiciary is completely independent from the executive branch.

We also express our grave concern over the continued crackdown on freedom of expression and political dissent in Malaysia. The ongoing arrest, detention and criminal proceedings against dozens of government critics under repressive laws, such as the 1948 Sedition Act, and the increasing harassment and censorship of independent media, represent a major setback for human rights in the country.

The rights to freedom of expression and peaceful assembly are enshrined in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and guaranteed by Malaysia's constitution. The continued use of repressive legislation to suppress fundamental rights is severely damaging Malaysia's international reputation.

We therefore urge the Malaysian government to take immediate steps to repeal or amend all laws that impose unreasonable and disproportionate restrictions on the rights to freedom of expression and peaceful assembly. These laws include the 1948 Sedition Act, the 1959 Prevention of Crime Act, the 1984 Printing Presses and Publications Act, the 2012 Peaceful Assembly Act, and the 2012 Security Offences (Special Measures) Act.

Instead, human rights, including the rights to freedom of expression and peacefully assembly, should be protected by law in accordance with international human rights law and standards.

In addition, we call on the Malaysian government to repeal Article 377 of the Criminal Code and abolish sodomy as a crime. This colonial-era provision, which bans private consensual homosexual acts, is blatantly discriminatory and has no place in a modern and rights-respecting nation. United Nations (UN) human rights mechanisms have repeatedly called for a repeal of such legislation because it violates a number of key human rights, including the rights to equality and to privacy.

We firmly believe that the Malaysian government must listen to the people's calls for reforms. Authorities must respect all human rights promote transparency and good governance and uphold the rule of law.

Amnesty International

Article 19

Asean Parliamentarians for Human Rights (APHR)

FIDH (International Federation for Human Right)

Global Bersih

Suara Rakyat Malaysia (Suaram)

Anwar still our choice for prime minister, says Kit Siang

Posted: 10 Aug 2015 12:43 AM PDT

TMI

Despite Pakatan Rakyat’s demise, Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim will still be the prime minister if the opposition manages to secure Putrajaya in the next polls, says DAP parliamentary leader Lim Kit Siang.

He said today the decision to retain Anwar as the choice for prime minister was based on the current political situation and that the former opposition leader was seen as having the ability to save Malaysia from the current crisis.

"Anwar has become the victim of persecution, he is detained (in prison) and obviously a political prisoner. It is important to have Anwar with us.

"It is vital for him to be the prime minister to uplift Malaysia, where it has never been in a very severe condition in terms of economic, politics… and the ringgit has plunged to its lowest in history," he said in his speech during the Hari Raya open house and Anwar's 68th birthday celebration at Sungai Buloh prison today.Lim later told The Malaysian Insider that he was confident that the decision to make Anwar prime minister would be well-received by new movement, Gerakan Harapan Baru (GHB), as it moved forward to form a new political party that rivalled PAS.

"Despite Pakatan Rakyat no longer existing, a new movement is being formed with the participation of a new political party. We believe there should be no problem with that,” he said.

On June 16, DAP announced that the seven-year coalition ceased to exist, after an irreconcilable rift between the party and former ally, PAS.

It came after PAS progressive leaders lost in the recent party's elections, which led former deputy president Mohamad Sabu to announce the formation of GHB, the group expected to form a new alliance with DAP and PKR.

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