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Edra sale a bid to clean up the books? Amanah’s Dzulkefly demands an answer from the PM’s Department.

November 28, 2015


Amanah’s Dzulkefly demands an answer from the PM’s Department.


PETALING JAYA: Parti Amanah Negara Strategy Director Dzulkefly Ahmad has demanded an assurance from the government that the sale of 1MDB’s 13 power assets was not an attempt to “clean up the books” and to let off those responsible for the state-owned company’s losses when it acquired those assets.

Speaking to FMT, he said the government had yet to answer the question of whether the accounting involved in the recent sale would be done in such a way as to write off the losses.

Addressing Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department Mah Siew Keong, he said, “Would the minister be able to promise the rakyat that the wrongdoings of all the perpetrators will not be forgotten when the accounting is made?”

Dzulkefly congratulated Mah for his prompt response to a question he had posed earlier on whether the government had promised nuclear power projects to China General Nuclear Power Corp (CGN) with its takeover of 1MDB’s Edra Global Energy Bhd.

Mah’s response was that the RM9.83 billion deal signed by 1MDB and CGN had nothing to do with any nuclear power project in Malaysia.

“But only time will tell,” Dzulkefly said.

“While I commend his immediate response to my inquiry, the test of the pudding is in the eating. So let’s wait and see. The rakyat will be more than willing to give the government a big applause if that is truly the case.”

He also commented on 1MDB’s statement about the Edra sale being a “vote of confidence” in the Malaysian economy. He said 1MDB had no reason to be so “elated” because it should remember that it failed to list Edra on the stock exchange.

Call to explain ‘higher than normal’ cost of Edra Global…’original perpetrators’ scot free again?..’writing-off’ investment losses!

November 27, 2015

Published Today 1:39 pm  MKini    Updated Today 3:48 pm

1MDB and Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department Mah Siew Keong have been asked to explain the “higher than normal” cost of purchasing Edra Global Energy Bhd.

Is it because the high cost is the result of the exorbitant fees it paid to Goldman Sachs and to International Petroleum Investment Company (IPIC), Parti Amanah Negara’s strategy director Dr Dzulkefly Ahmad is asking.

Dzulkefly said 1MDB paid Goldman Sachs RM1.3 billion and another RM4.35 billion to IPIC, which acted as co-guarantor for the bonds raised by Goldman Sachs and other ‘”toxic financial instruments”, despite being a “sovereign entity, entitled to a sovereign rating” in borrowing excercises.

He added that while he commended Mah for denying the possibility of China General Nuclear Power Corp (CGN) being roped in to build a nuclear power plant following its purchase of Edra for RM9.83 billion, the minister still needed to explain the cost of the purchases by Edra Global.

“The higher cost of acquisition of such assets would not have allowed 1MDB’s Edra Global to profit in this sale and in fact, it would definitely suffer massive losses. As I am not privy to the latest report, I am therefore not able to determine, with any precision, all these numbers.

“1MDB or Arul Kanda Kandasamy should not be too elated about the sale after a failed IPO earlier, calling the sale as a ‘vote of confidence’ in the Malaysian economy,” Dzulkefly (photo) said in a statement today, adding that while he applauds Mah’s assurance on the nuclear plant, “let us wait and see on this”.

The former Kuala Selangor MP also noted that the bid for Edra Global by Tenaga National Bhd was 20 percent lower than the price offered by the CGN, or by about RM2 billion, and that an analyst from Hong Leong Investment opined that any price higher than what it deserves would tantamount to TNB “bailing out” Edra.

Govt bailing out 1MDB with sale?

Dzulkefly said it would also not be too presumptuous for discerning Malaysians to allude that a foreign party “bailing out” 1MDB in this way must surely have more “upsides” to this venture and investment in Edra.

This comes as the government is willing to waive the 49 percent limit on equity ownership of strategic assets, which include power plants, by foreign bodies. In fact, he noted, allowing 100 percent foreign ownership of the Edra assets underscores that perception of getting them to purchase a “distressed sale”.

“So asking the question on any further promise, especially on nuclear power projects, was a natural extension and quite guided by many precedents before.

“Be that as it may, could Mah equally be prompt, and kind enough, to offer his comment on my equally ‘presumptuous’ inquiries regarding all the ‘higher than normal’ cost of the purchasing of this asset?” he asked Mah.

Dzulkefly also asked how 1MDB would handle all the accounting, whether the sovereign fund company would conveniently commit it as a method of “writing off” its investment losses through the difference between the purchase and resale values, and hence cleaning up 1MDB’s books.

“We have yet to wait and see. Would it be also the case that the ‘original perpetrators’ as some may say, “could have got away with this ‘crime’ again”,” he asked in requesting Mah to explain this matter as well.

Mah was quoted in several media reports as saying that no decision has been made on having a nuclear power project in the country, despite CGN getting the right to purchase Edra.

Dzulkefly had suggested two days ago the possibility of a trade-off with CGN purchasing Edra with the prospective of CGN being offered to run a nuclear project.

Rationalisation or monetisation, more to 1MDB’s Edra sale than meets the eye…

November 25, 2015


Published: 25 November 2015 Dzulkefly Ahmad (TMI)

Call it rationalisation or monetisation, the fact remains that no one doubts that the sale of Edra Global Energy Berhad to a Chinese consortium, led by China General Nuclear Power Corp (CGN), was meant to cut 1Malaysia Development Berhad’s (1MDB) heavy debt burden. Bloomberg alluded that 1MDB is getting ready to wind down its operations.

Granted, in many instances the 1MDB’s debt burden were evidently self-inflicted. Paying for assets hugely in excess of market prices and finally getting into a situation where so-called “strategic assets” are incapable of generating revenues and cash-flow to service for its debt, does not speak very well of “a strategic investment fund” of the government.

So what is so “strategic” about the purchases of the power assets in the first place from either local players and others, spanning five countries. 1MDB wanted to earlier consolidate them all and be a long-term player in the energy sector and to enhance shareholders value. Many doubted that they have achieved any of these corporate targets.

Selling it all as a “distressed sale” of 100% of its ownership in energy assets to a foreign party, after a failed IPO, smacks of sinister motives. Waiving the 49% limit on foreign ownership of strategic asset underscores it all. The failed IPO of Edra did not speak well of its financial state.

So the foreigner was ostensibly willing to pay 20% more than our Tenaga Nasional Berhad. Tenaga was however dead sure of not wanting to pay for anything more than what it is worth. An analyst at Hong Leong Investment quipped that Tenaga does not want to be accused of bailing out 1MDB, hence was not willing to contest CGN’s offer. Whether this sale has far-reaching consequences on the issue of “energy sovereignty” of the nation is now open to debate.

But all the more puzzling is why CGN was willing to do it. We shall address that issue later. 1MDB group president Arul Kanda Kandasamy was visibly very elated as he is reported to have said that the sale is “a significant foreign direct investment committment to Malaysia and a clear vote of confidence in the Malaysian economy”.

After all that has happened to 1MDB, Arul does not have to be overly condescending. Some may fall off their chairs, amused and others bemused.

Let us look at some ballpark numbers cursorily.

1MDB purchased the Edra assets totalling RM12 billion, and as well inherited a debt of RM6 billion…

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Siapa yg perlukan kursus2 Perkahwinan ini..YaPEIM/JAWI ke atau Pelajar2..?..Ratusan Ribu Ringgit ini guna dana Anak Yatim/Miskin!!! Fikir2lah sikit..Jangan ikut ‘Aqal Takok Lama’ kita saja! WAJIB semua baca tulisan X-Birokrat ini…

November 21, 2015


Saturday, November 21, 2015


            Membaca tentang berbagai laporan mengenai kisah YAPEIM mengadakan berbagai kursus perkahwinan untuk pelajar di luar negara, terpanggil pula aku untuk mempersoalkan beberapa perkara yang berbangkit. Sebagai ‘orang tua’ yang pernah terlibat dalam ‘hal-hal sebegini’ suatu ketika dahulu amat memerlukan penjelasan. Sekurang-kurangnya untuk dapat dimengertikan oleh rakyat yang agak dangkal tentang isu-isu yang sebegini.

  • Membaca tentang laporan-laporan dan kenyataan yang diberikan oleh YB Menteri di Jabatan Perdana Menteri (DS Jamil Khir Baharom) dan kenyataan oleh Pengarah Jabatan Agama Islam Wilayah (JAWI), Paimuzi Yahya menampakkan bahwa seolah-olah hal ehwal pelajar luar negara telah berada dibawah YAPEIM dan bukan lagi di bawah Kementerian Pendidikan Malaysia. Atau apakah aku tidak sedar tentang pertukaran tanggungjawab ini?
  • Dari laporan-laporan yang dipaparkan menunjukkan bahawa kursus perkahwinan adalah amat penting diberikan kepada pelajar-pelajar. Aku tidak menafikan hakikat itu tetapi apakah kursus yang sedemikian menjadi keutamaan sehinggakan sanggup berbelanja ratusan ribu ringgit semata-mata untuk mengadakan kursus sedemikian rupa.

            Izinkan aku memetik kenyataan Pengarah JAWI, Encik Palmuzi Yayaha yang mengatakan bahawa, “Dari segi ekonomi memang jimatkan bajet pelajar di luar negara untuk kursus perkahwinan……Apabila (kursus) dibuat di luar negara kita kumpulkan 150 orang dan penceramahnya dua atau tiga orang di mana belanjanya memang sedikit…..Itulah keuntungan yang akan diperolehi pelajar luar negara (tanpa perlu balik ke Malaysia untuk hadir kursus),”

            Aku tidak menafikan kepentingan kursus-kursus perkahwinan sedemikian tetapi soalnya hendaklah mengikut ‘tertib’nya. Mengikut keutamaannya. Kita harus faham bahawa keutamaan yang diberikan tumpuan kepada pelajar ialah untuk lulus dengan cemerlang dalam bidang-bidang yang diceberu oleh mereka dan bukan memikirkan soal kahwin. Aku yakin jikalau ditanyakan keutamaan ibu bapa pelajar di Malaysia, pasti mereka mahukan anak mereka lulus dengan cemerlang dalam bidang-bidang kejuruteraan (Perancis dan German)

            Dan yang ‘memeningkan’ kepala kebanyakan takyat Malaysia ialah kenyataan ‘Tuan Pengarah Jawi’ yang mengatakan bahawa, ‘…..Itulah keuntungan yang akan diperolehi pelajar luar negara (tanpa perlu balik ke Malaysia untuk hadir kursus)”. Apakah sampai begitu sekali pentingnya kursus perkahwinan sehinggakan sanggup memanggil pulang pelajar semata-mata untuk mengikuti kursus perkahwinan. Mungkin agaknya pemikiran aku sudah amat jauh menyimpang dari norma sebenar. Mungkin.

            Timbul pula pertanyaan lain yang ‘menendang dan menerajang’ benak aku ia itu tentang apakah JAWI dan YAPEIM juga mengadakan kursus perkahwinan di pusat-pusat pengajian tinggi awam dan swasta di Malaysia. Apakah seluruh pelajar Islam di UITM atau di Taylors College di Subang Jaya itu telah mengikuti kursus perkahwinan? Dan aku yakin tidak dan mungkin belum lagi diadakan kursus sedemikain. Dan apakah bezanya pelajar Islam di pusat pengajian tinggi tempatan dengan pelajar Islam di Paris atau di Chicago?

            Dan yang paling malangnya lagi ialah perbelanjaan untuk menjalankan kursus berkenaan berjumlah ratusan ribu ringgit. Lebih menakjubkan lagi kononnya Kursus program yang dinamakan ‘Simposium Perdana Paris membincangkan Isu Perkahwinan, Kekeluargaan, Keusahwanan dan Pengurusan’. Persoalannya ialah apakah kepakaran YAPEIM dan JAKIM sudah boleh mengendalikan kursus-kursus yang berkaitan dengan keushawanan dan pengurusan dan tidak lagi terbatas dalam hal-hal yang berkaitan dengan agama Islam sahaja.

            Dan dinyatakan juga bahawa tujuan diadakan program berkenaan di Perancis, “ bagi memastikan pelajar Malaysia di negara itu tidak terpengaruh dengan LGBT” Aku tidak pula menafikan tentang kepentingannya untuk disampaikan kepada pelajar-pelajar. Tetapi soalnya apakah perlu satu program khas yang dinamakan ‘Simposium Perdana Paris’ untuk membincangkan isu berkenaan yang mana para peserta simposium perlu didatangkan dari Malaysia dengan perbelanjaan ratusan ribu ringgit. Apakah pegawai kedutaan di Paris tidak boleh diminta kerjasama untuk memberi penjelasan yang sedemikian. Ataupun mungkin boleh diarahkan Attache Agama Islam dari Jabatan Penuntut Malaysia di London untuk bekerjasama alam hal sedemikian.

            Aku merasakan sudah begitu lama kerajaan Malaysia membelanjakan wang yang begitu banyak untuk perkara-perkara yang bukan keutamaan. Sudah berbillion ringgit wang negara digunakan untuk perkara-perkara yang bukan ‘keutamaan’ ( yang semestinya bukan tidak penting). Para menteri dan pegawai tinggi kerajaan haruslah berhemah dan ‘bertimbang rasa’ dalam menetukan keutamaan yang perlu dilaksanakan.

            Sudah terlalu lama kita membincangkan isu-isu remeh yang kadang-kadang dirasakan kurang berfaedah dan membuang masa.


21 November 2015

Selangor PAS has taken the right path…

November 18, 2015
Selangor PAS has taken the right path, otherwise they will be ‘dead meat’ in the next 14 GE>

A former party leaders says the state PAS leadership understands that the Islamic party cannot stand alone

KUALA LUMPUR: Selangor PAS’ decision to stay put in the running of the state is testament that the Islamic party needs to stand with the other opposition parties to stay relevant.

Parti Amanah Negara (Amanah) strategic director Dr Dzulkefly Ahmad said the state PAS leadership’s decision to stay with the state government showed that it leaders were far sighted.

The former PAS central committee member said that his former party’s colleagues in Selangor feel that the party would fare poorly should they remain solo at the next general election.

“To me, they (Selangor PAS leadership) are far sighted and possess leadership principles as they know the consequences of staying out of the opposition pact.

“As leaders who are closer to the grassroots, they have predicted the worst for the party. The party is not consistent with its stand,” Dzulkefly told Berita Daily when contacted.

PAS is not in Pakatan Harapan, an opposition coalition consisting of PKR, DAP and Amanah. The fallout was after PAS insisted on its hudud agenda which was vehemently opposed by DAP.

Amanah meanwhile is a splinter of PAS, made up of leaders who lost their positions at the party elections in June this year.

Dzulkefly, the former Kuala Selangor MP, said previously PAS had wanted to replace the Barisan Nasional ‘dynasty’ but now had changed its stance, becoming cosy with Umno, the backbone of the ruling government.

“Selangor PAS wants to send a message to the PAS leadership which is, if you go this way, we will suffer and we will all be down,” he added.

Despite the Islamic party having its own non-Malays support in the form of PAS Supporters Congress (Dewan Himpunan Penyokong PAS), Dzulkefly said PAS would lose the Chinese and Indian support which had backed Pakatan Rakyat, the former opposition coalition.

“There are no two ways about it. Unity among opposition political parties is key to toppling the BN,” he said, adding that PAS shouldn’t reject a pact (or an electoral understanding) with Pakatan Harapan due to it sentiments towards DAP.

He however declined to speak his mind on the Permatang Pauh PAS division’s move to sever all ties with Permatang Pasir PAS assemblyman Salleh Man. The division has also asked Salor state assemblyman Husam Musa to quit the Islamic party and join Amanah.

“It’s not my business to tell them what to do and what not to do because they must think hard since whatever they say will create a perception,” he said.

The Permatang Pauh PAS division severed ties with Salleh for his open support towards the Pakatan Harapan DAP led government in Penang while Husam was told to quit PAS after his stinging attack on PAS President Abdul Hadi Awang.

Selangor PAS has taken the right path, otherwise ‘dead meat’ – Amanah

| November 17, 2015

Amanah man says PAS insists on being a part of Pakatan Rakyat as they know that many seats were won previously with the coalition’s support.


PETALING JAYA: Dr Dzulkefly Ahmad of Parti Amanah Negara (Amanah) has claimed that PAS Selangor is adamant on being a partner in Pakatan Rakyat as they are aware that many of their Parliament and state seats could not have been won in the last general elections had it not been for the coalition’s support.

Speaking to FMT, Dzulkefly, who is strategic director of Amanah, said PAS Selangor was concerned they would lose seats if their central leaders insisted on backtracking and “flip-flopping” on their commitment to uphold a coalition platform for the Opposition.

“Because of PAS’s antics in wanting to be an adviser to BN (Barisan Nasional) and embracing Perkasa – I think these Selangor leaders feel that by the 14th GE (general elections), they will be ‘dead meat’ meaning that PAS will be back to its 12th GE baseline results of ‘zero seats’ in Selangor in both the state and federal levels,” he said.

“Maybe not zero but close to it in the 14th GE if this situation persists so they are understandably very wary.”

He added that there was growing resentment amongst PAS state leaders like Husam Musa in Kelantan and Salleh Man in Penang because they too were wary of the latest developments in PAS and the changing attitudes and trends of the top leadership.

“Their resentment and dissenting voices are a reflection of the feelings of the grassroots of PAS as well, particularly in Kelantan and Penang,” he said.

“In Kelantan, a survey by Ilham Centre last week revealed that more than 50 per cent of PAS grassroots are not with the central leadership,” he said, attributing this specifically to the PAS government’s failure to deliver on promises made.

He cited allegations of mismanagement of logging tender procedures and cronyism with some leaders already having been investigated and apprehended by the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission.

When asked why he felt PAS Selangor – although being at odds with their central leadership – refused to join Pakatan Harapan, Dzulkefly said, “That’s the RM2.6 billion question.

“We welcomed them into Amanah but that’s a judgement call, after all they are our old friends and some are still good friends and most of them are also professionals,” he said.

“They have to liberate themselves and find true honour and dignity.”


If PAS can’t defend Kelantan, Amanah will come in to defend the legacy of Tok Guru Nik Aziz

November 17, 2015

KUALA LUMPUR: Parti Amanah Negara (Amanah) hopes that it does not need to replace PAS to govern Kelantan but is prepared to do so if the need arises.

According to Amanah strategic director Dzulkefly Ahmad, his party is ready to go all out to defend Kelantan if PAS shows that it is incapable of retaining the state in the next general election.

Dzulkefly was responding to recent attacks by PAS that Amanah aspires to topple PAS rule in the state which has been in the hands of the Islamic party since 1990.

PAS leaders have attacked Amanah president Mohamad Sabu whom they claimed had expressed his desire to plant his party’s influence in Kelantan despite first saying it was not going to interfere with PAS.

“I’ve spoken to the Amanah president and (Amanah Kelantan Chief) Wan (Abdul Rahim Wan Abdullah) about this.

“What had been said is that if Kelantan PAS is not ready to defend the state due to circumstances, Amanah will come in to defend the legacy of Tok Guru (Nik Abdul Aziz Nik Mat).

“Amanah is ready to take over rather than let the state fall to Umno and BN,” he told Berita Daily.

Dzulkefly said Amanah would gauge PAS’ readiness to defend Kelantan through its own research.

“If our research finds that PAS is solid in Kelantan, we have no business to be there.

“But the point here is we must ensure that Kelantan doesn’t fall. If there is a possibility of losing, we will come in strong with our candidates, but we don’t want that to happen,” he added.

Previously, Mohamad was reported to have said that Amanah was ready to replace PAS in governing Kelantan after the next general election while Wan Abdul Rahim contradicted his party boss by saying that Amanah was not looking to topple the PAS state government in the state.

Amanah, which was formed by former PAS leaders, draws its biggest support from Kelantan.

Kalau Benar…Jamil Khair Segera Letak jawatan! Guna Wang YaPEIM RM410,978..Main Golf, Beli Belah?

November 13, 2015



 National Oversight and Whistleblowers (NOW) hari ini tampil dengan pendedahan yang paling mengejutkan berkaitan skandal melibatkan Yayasan Pembangunan Ekonomi Islam Malaysia (YaPEIM) dimana wang yang sepatutnya digunakan untuk amal jariah telah disalah gunakan oleh Menteri Hal Ehwal Islam, Y.B Dato’ Seri Jamil Khir Baharom.

Mengikut dokumen yang NOW perolehi, Dato’ Seri Jamil Khir Baharom bersama isteri beliau Datin Seri Fatmawati Saidin dan seorang lagi individu bernama Cik Biby Haslinda telah mengikuti satu rombongan ke Amerikat Syarikat bagi tempoh perjalanan 21 Mei 2014 sehingga 29 Mei 2014.

Lawatan Dato’ Seri Jamil Khir Baharom bersama isteri dan rombongannya dikatakan melewati bandar Washington D.C, Minnesota dan Iowa.

Walaupun perjalanan tersebut dikatakan untuk tujuan ‘Pemantapan dan Pemerkasaan Kelab Santun YaPEIM’, berdasarkan perbelanjaan-perbelanjaan yang dicaj dan dibayar oleh YaPEIM adalah bersifat bersuka ria dan langsung tiada unsur amal jariah.

Di antara pembayaran yang telah dibuat adalah seperti berikut:-

  1. Golf – keraian Menteri
  2. Jamuan Promosi / keraian VVIP ( flower Chocolates and Fresh Fruits)
  3. Jamuan Makan – keraian Menteri
  4. Cenderahati Menteri
  5. 22, 23, 26 & 27 Mei 2014 (GROUP: VVIP) USAGE TO LEESBURG OUTLET + OT

Berdasarkan semakan kami, Leesburg Corner Premium Outlet merupakan sebuah Pusat Membeli-belah “upscale outlet” barangan berjenama yang terletak di Washington DC yang dikunjungi oleh rombongan Menteri Hal Ehwal Islam sebanyak 4 hari dimana perbelanjaan pengangkutan sahaja mencecah RM 5,908.35.

Lebih mendukacitakan lagi, pembayaran bagi perbelanjaan-perbelanjaan oleh Menteri dan rombongannya ini dibuat melalui institusi dibawah kawalan YaPEIM iaitu Yayasan Pembangunan Anak Yatim/Miskin (PEMANGKIN) yang mana duit tersebut adalah khusus untuk kegunaan bantuan anak yatim dan miskin.

Lembaga Pengarah PEMANGKIN adalah Datuk Hajjah Siti Jeliha @ Zaleha Binti Hussin iaitu pemimpin Wanita UMNO yang berpengaruh di YaPEIM manakala Dato’ Haji Abd. Malek B. Awang Kechil merupakan pengerusi PEMANGKIN. Kedua-dua individu inilah yang dilantik oleh Dato’ Seri Jamil Khir sebagai Presiden dan Pengerusi serta Timbalan Presiden dan Timbalan Pengerusi Lembaga Pemegang Amanah YaPEIM.

Jumlah keseluruhan perbelanjaan yang diambil daripada tabung anak yatim dan miskin bagi menampung perjalanan Dato’ Seri Jamil Khir Baharom bersama isteri dan rombongannya dianggarkan sebanyak RM 410, 978. 56.

Saya pasti pendedahan ini menjangkau imaginasi rakyat Malaysia bagaimana satu badan Yayasan berkaitan Islam yang terletak di bawah YAB Perdana Menteri boleh disalah gunakan untuk aktiviti-aktiviti Menteri seperti golf, ke pusat membeli-belah dan sebagainya.

NOW dengan ini mendesak agar satu siasatan secara menyeluruh dijalankan dimana setiap perbelanjaan YaPEIM dan institusi-institusi dibawah YaPEIM disemak dan diaudit secara terbuka kerana rakyat terutamanya pencarum berhak mengetahui setiap perbelanjaan yang dibuat.

Siasatan ini juga perlu mengesan jumlah wang yang hilang akibat ketirisan, kebocoran dan salah guna kedudukan.

Buat Dato’ Seri Jamil Khir Baharom, jika beliau masih mempunyai maruah, beliau sewajarnya meletakkan jawatan dengan serta-merta dan tampil memohon maaf secara terbuka kepada rakyat Malaysia kerana telah menyalahgunakan duit anak yatim dan miskin yang diperoleh daripada hasil sumbangan orang ramai.

NOW juga menuntut agar Dato’ Seri Jamil Khir Baharom, Datuk Hajjah Siti Jeliha @ Zaleha Binti Hussin dan Dato’ Haji Abd. Malek B. Awang Kechil memulangkan kembali setiap sen yang diambil daripada YaPEIM termasuk gaji, elaun dan juga perbelanjaan perjalanan luar negara.

Kita sama-sama doakan agar ketiga-tiga individu ini akur dengan kesilapan mereka dan memulangkan kembali wang kepada YaPEIM, pengurusan YaPEIM perlu dirombak dan pengurusan baru perlu memastikan setiap wang tersebut diagihkan kepada mereka yang benar-benar susah dan turut melaporkan kemajuan agihan secara berkala dan terbuka.


13 NOVEMBER 2015



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