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Selangor contributed nearly half of new jobs in Malaysia from 2014-2016

May 23, 2017

MalayMail Online, Tuesday May 23, 2017

In a statement quoting the figures, the Selangor government pointed out that in the two years, employment in Selangor rose from 2,912,300 jobs in 2014 to 3,217,600 in 2016. — Reuters

KUALA LUMPUR, May 23 ―Selangor’s 305,300 new jobs from 2014 to 2016 represented nearly half of Malaysia’s total employment gains from the period, official data by the Department of Statistics showed.

In a statement quoting the figures, the Selangor government pointed out that in the two years, employment in Selangor rose from 2,912,300 jobs in 2014 to 3,217,600 in 2016.

“Over the same period, employment in Malaysia as a whole rose by 631,600 jobs, meaning that Selangor’s employment growth of 305,300 jobs represented nearly half, or 48.3 per cent, of Malaysia’s total employment gains between 2014 and 2016,” Yin Shao Loong, strategic communications director from the Selangor Mentri Besar’s Office said.

The statement added that under MB Datuk Seri Azmin Ali’s leadership, women and highly-skilled workers have fared better in Selangor compared to Malaysia as a whole.

“Women have done particularly well out of the growth in employment in Selangor as they filled over half, or 55 per cent, of new jobs in Selangor compared to only 40 per cent of additional jobs nationwide.

“In line with this, the representation of women in Selangor’s workforce has risen from 40.3 per cent of the state workforce in 2014 to 41.7 per cent in 2016.”

The statement said that this meant that women are continually forming a major part of the workforce as employment in Selangor expands.

Highly-skilled employment in Selangor increased by over 16 per cent from 2014 to 2016, compared to a national gain of 13.5 per cent over the same period, based on official data.

As of 2016, nearly 40 per cent of Selangor’s 3.2 million-strong workforce could be considered highly-skilled, with a third of Malaysia’s highly-skilled workers employed in Selangor.

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Where is Malaysia-China relationship headed, asks Amanah

May 18, 2017

The party’s strategy director Dr Dzulkefly Ahmad says Najib needs to ensure the nation is not inadvertently compromised in his ‘desperate rush’ to seek China’s economic assistance.

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KUALA LUMPUR: Parti Amanah Negara strategy director Dr Dzulkefly Ahmad today asked where Malaysia is going with its relationship with China.

Saying this question bothered many discerning Malaysians on both sides of the political divide, he warned that Malaysia must not be inadvertently politically compromised, as a result of being lorded over economically by China.

Dzulkefly said in a statement that there were many questions regarding Putrajaya’s current wooing of China that Prime Minister Najib Razak had to answer.

This includes giving the contract to be a master builder for the Bandar Malaysia project to a China-Malaysia consortium and then withdrawing it, to seek other China partners.

“Coming close on the heels of the controversies surrounding the 1MDB-IPIC arbitration ‘settlement’, the PM’s unilateral decision in relying on one superpower to help build Malaysia is at best disconcerting, if not outrightly imprudent.”

He was referring to a dispute between 1MDB and Abu Dhabi’s International Petroleum Investment Company, or IPIC, over payments which IPIC said it did not receive but 1MDB said it had paid. It was later settled, but 1MDB now has to pay the money owed.

Malaysian taxpayers via the ministry of finance (MoF) now have to bear the burden of about RM26.4 billion in payments to IPIC.

Dzulkefly said: “The need for a wider debate or consultation from pertinent stakeholders, on pursuing such aggressive and excessive investment from China, has never been entertained, much less desired.

“What are Malaysians to make out of all these ‘wheeling and dealing’, especially with an economic super powerhouse like China, that they least understand? “

Describing Najib’s wooing of China as a “frantic move”, he said it appeared that the prime minister was in a “desparate rush” to “solve his immediate predicament but seems oblivious of the grave downsides of doing so, on a longer time-line”.

He suggested that an open tender be called for the development of Bandar Malaysia.

“Najib must be strongly reprimanded that while the nation is in dire need of foreign investment, we deserve a better and a longer range view of the nation’s sovereignty, dignity and destiny. Malaysia must not be inadvertently politically compromised, as a result of being lorded over, economically by the Peoples Republic of China.”

 

 

My original piece….is here

Where is Malaysia-China relationship headed?
1. Even before the dust could settle out of the whole fiasco of Bandar Malaysia’s unfortunate abrupt termination of the share sales agreement (SSA) with the consortium IWH-CREC, Malaysians continue to be confronted with unending questions that beg immediate clarity and purpose.
2. Coming close on the heel of the controversies surrounding the 1-MDB-IPIC’s arbitration ‘settlement’, the PM’s unilateral decision in relying one superpower to help build Malaysia is at best disconcerting, if not outrightly imprudent.
3. The need for a wider debate or consultation from pertinent stakeholders, on pursuing such aggressive and excessive investment from China, has never been entertained, much less desired.
4. What are Malaysians to make out of all these ‘wheelings and dealings’, especially with an economic superpowerhouse like China, that they least understand?
5. Where are we really heading with this relationship with China is surely a question that bothers many discerning Malaysians, and arguably on both sides of the political divides.
6. Unlike the bold step of his late father in pursuing unprecedented strategic diplomatic ties with a more-than-taboo Communist China then, Najib Razak’s frantic moves, pale in comparison, 4 decades later.
7. Meanwhile Najib courted Dalian Wanda Group, China’s largest property and entertainment group. Incidentally, Wikipedia has it that Wanda Group is the world’s biggest private property developer (The Economist, Feb 14, 2015).
8. The local media didn’t fail to report that as if Wanda’s Chairman and China’s richest man, Wang Jianlin was very keen on the ‘investment in Bandar Malaysia worth ‘US$10bilion (RM43billion)’. To the chagrin of Najib, Wanda was ostensibly non-committal.
8. Be that as it may, in his hurried (read desperate) ways of getting China to ‘heavily invest’ in Malaysia, Najib ostensibly depicts one Prime Minister, who is in a real rush to solve his immediate predicament but seems oblivious of the grave downsides of doing so, on a longer time-line.
9. Will we now see a revival of the cancelled deal of the SSA, with the consortium IWH-CREC, after the Chinese Prime Minister Li Keqiang told Najib that he wanted the SSA deal with the China Communist Party’s owned CREC ‘to remain unchanged’. If he succumbs, he will surely lose face as the head of a sovereign state. An open bidding is also in order should a Master Developer is to be found again for Bandar Malaysia.
10. Amidst intense speculation bandied about that the deals were undertaken with the aim of settling the outstanding debts arising from the scandal-ridden 1MDB project, the choice between a private company or a state run enterprise is arguably pertinent much as it is also sinister.
11. Najib must be strongly reprimanded that while the nation is dire need of foreign investment, we deserve a better and a longer range view of the nation’s sovereignty, independence, dignity and destiny.
Malaysia must not be inadvertently politically compromised, as a result of being lorded over, economically by the People Republic of China.
Time to make sense of where we are truly heading Mr Prime Minister!
Dr Dzulkefly Ahmad
Strategy Director
Parti Amanah Negara
16 May 2017.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ex-EC chief tells latest EC chief not to be BN’s lackey…….Do we need to say more?

May 18, 2017

 

MKini Published 17 May 2017, 8:08 pm    

Former Election Commission (EC) chief Abdul Rashid Abdul Rahman has warned current EC chief Mohd Hashim Abdullah not to allow the commission to become a BN lackey.

Abdul Rashid, who is now one of Parti Pribumi Bersatu Malaysia’s vice- president, said this in a joint-statement with PKR political bureau member R Sivarasa, Parti Amanah Negara information chief Khalid Abdul Samad and DAP’s Seputeh vice-chairperson Teresa Kok.

“We are aware the pressure EC is facing from the ruling coalition to ensure BN is returned to power during the 14th general election.

“But the EC, as a body responsible for a democratic election process, should and cannot be a BN lackey by violating the federal constitution which requires the commission to have the public’s trust,” they said.

The former EC chief and three MPs also were critical of Mohd Hashim for snubbing the opposition.

“All our written communication to him have been ignored.

“Clearly, he is being the most unprofessional election chairperson in the history of the EC and indirectly degrades the EC’s position as an independent and fair commission to a mere agency that complies to the prime minister’s directives.

“The EC chairperson refusing to engaged stakeholders, namely the opposition political parties, has reduced the EC’s credibility to its worst in the history of democratic elections in this country,” they said.

They also requested that Mohd Hashim meet a team led by Abdul Rashid to iron out several election issues, including the refusal of the EC to provide the supplementary electoral roll to political parties.

“This was done without consultation with political parties and we consider this as a violation of democratic rights which is a clear display of ill intent,” they said.

(In all fairness I must put on record…Despite having very serious critique and differences with EC and its Chairman then (ie TS Rashid Rahman), we, Pakatan Rakyat leaders then, were able to meet up with him on several occasions. TS Rashid was kind enough to not forget to serve Lunch after the many serious debate……if his time was bad, it is surely taking the worst turning now…when all power are usurped by the diabolical and kleptocratic PM that makes our democracy a total farce and now, completely dysfunctional…A Big Sigh!)

Also read: Eight-fold increase in new voters raises suspicion

The ABCs of a political break-up, explained

May 13, 2017
The ABCs of a political break-up, explained
PAS’ official break-up with PKR came as no big surprise, but the real test now comes in how the opposition will restrategise for the coming elections if it hopes to defeat BN. – The Malaysian Insight pic, May 12, 2017.
PAS has officially broken up with PKR, and that isn’t really news for anyone who saw it coming a while ago.

The break-up was inevitable after the Islamist party buried Pakatan Rakyat (PR) when it cut ties with ally DAP last July, and then last month when it declared new opposition party Bersatu as “leaderless” at a party assembly,  which also asked to break off with PKR.

So what happens now, as PAS insists that it is still in the Selangor government where its members, some 5,000 of them, still hold various positions in the state administration until the next general elections?

Can the party led by its firebrand president Abdul Hadi Awang still have its cake and eat it, by leaving the opposition pact and being a third force, albeit a growing cooperation with Umno?

Analysts polled by The Malaysian Insight explain the ABCs of the break-up and what will happen as Malaysia gets into gear for general elections which must be held by August 2018.

Three-cornered fights in the next polls can no longer be avoided

In the last two general elections, PR won more parliament seats, and also states, due to straight fights with Barisan Nasional (BN). That also led to BN losing the popular vote in the 2013 polls.

Not anymore. PAS is expected to defend its seats against former allies and also BN, particularly Umno as these parties eye the Malay vote. The likely outcome would be Umno winning the seat as PAS and other opposition parties battle for votes.

As Amanah strategy director Dr Dzulkefly Ahmad put it succinctly, voters will now have a clearer picture who are the ones rejecting the idea of straight fights in GE14: “that is the reality and the outcome of the Shurah Council’s decision today,” he said.

PAS will insist it remains in the Selangor government as it now controls mosques and suraus

The Islamist party might have “divorced” all its former allies in PR and snubbed Amanah and Bersatu but it knows that it cannot shed power so easily, especially when some 5,000 members are paid political appointees in municipal councils, mosque and surau committees and village security and development committees members.

“Going on principle, there is a clash between power and necessity. PAS will take this into account, so very likely it will stay in the government until Parliament is dissolved.” said pollster Ilham Centre’s executive director Hisomuddin Bakar.

He said the Selangor government could remain as it s as PAS needs the platforms to influence voters in the general election.

Pakatan Harapan (PH) risk bad results in early polls as component parties need time to adjust

The possibility of earlier polls without PAS will have an adverse effect on PH as it now has to re-distribute parliamentary and state seats, and more importantly, get its grassroots election machinery organised.

The fact that Selangor Menteri Besar Azmin Ali, who is PKR deputy president, has long kept PAS in the fold is to ensure full support going into the next polls with PAS members providing the canvassers for votes.

But time is running out to get its own act together for the Malay vote, despite being set up in 1999. It is also not certain if Amanah and Bersatu can get votes if polls are called earlier.

“PH’s winnability in Selangor needs simulation and right strategies. The narrative of success in Selangor under PH has to be presented to the people to keep up the offensive momentum,” said Hisomuddin.

PKR leaders need to find safer seats to replace those won with PAS help

PKR leaders,  such as Nurul Izzah Anwar, who won the Lembah Pantai federal seat in Kuala Lumpur and others who won in Selangor will have to consider safer seats as they won with help from PAS grassroots.

These grassroots are now the enemy in the next polls just as BN remains the rival, said Hisomuddin Bakar.

“If there are still those who doubt this, it will be hard to get the message across to voters in the polls. This dilemma must be sorted out before it is too late,” he told The Malaysian Insight.

PAS could fail at the polls

Despite talking up cooperation between Umno and PAS, the Islamist party will go it alone in GE14, aiming for 45 seats in the 56-seat Selangor assembly. And its chances of winning remain as slim as PH in a three-cornered fight.

That would leave Umno the clear winner in the state, and PAS the loser, leading Merdeka Centre director Ibrahim Suffian to question if PAS would be able to convince its supporters about cutting ties with PKR with GE14 in sight.

“PAS gained advantage in Selangor with the help of PKR,” he said, but the Shura council decision meant PKR would work with PAS splinter party Amanah.

To put it simply, the PAS decision yesterday is a major setback for PH and a great boost for BN to face the electorate after two consecutive major defeats at the ballot box. – May 12, 2017.

Baca versi BM……di sini.

Amanah: More to Bandar Malaysia deal collapse than meets the eye….

May 12, 2017

Dr Dzulkefly Ahmad asks if the collapse of the deal between TRX City and a Malaysia-China consortium has something to do with the unhappiness of Malays over the sale of too much land to China.

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KUALA LUMPUR: Is the abrupt termination of the share sale agreement (SSA) between TRX City Sdn Bhd and a consortium appointed as master developer of Bandar Malaysia a business decision or a political decision, asks an Amanah leader.

Dr Dzulkefly Ahmad, Amanah strategic director, asked if it had anything to do with talk that the government was selling off too much land to China.

On May 3, TRX City, which comes under the finance ministry, announced that the SSA with Iskandar Waterfront Holdings Sdn Bhd (IWH) and China Railway Engineering Corporation (M) Sdn Bhd (CREC) regarding the sale of 60% of the issued and paid-up capital of Bandar Malaysia Sdn Bhd had lapsed.

It said this was due to the failure of the purchasing parties to fulfil payment obligations. This was subsequently contested by the consortium which said it had fulfilled all the required payment obligations under the agreement.

Dzulkefly said the lack of a clear explanation for the collapse of the RM7.4 billion deal had given rise to much speculation.

He said in a statement: “Could taxpayers be better informed as to what is exactly the reason for such an ‘abrasive’ decision, especially when it involves China, an economic powerhouse that Prime Minister Najib Razak has courted to ‘save’ and ‘boost’ Malaysia’s foreign investment.”

He asked if the government had a better alternative for a master developer that will not be subjected to a regime imposing capital controls.

He was alluding to reports that the deal had collapsed because China refused to give permission to CREC to participate in the purchase of the Bandar Malaysia shares due to stringent capital controls.

Dzulkefly asked: “Or is it, after all, a political decision to allay the anxieties and concerns of the Malay constituencies that we are selling off too much to the Chinese Communist Party, a once-upon-a-time taboo of the highest order to the Malay-Muslim electorate?”

He said going by what had been said by TRX City and the consortium, there was surely “more than meets the eye” in the collapse of the deal.

TRX City, he said, should now anticipate a legal battle with IWH-CREC.

My original writeup is here…………..(this is an abridged version written in BM for Akhbar Amanah in this coming issue).
1. Granted, TRX City Sdn Bhd now owned by Ministry of Finance (MoF), has abruptly terminated the RM7.4 bilion share sale agreement (SSA) with the consortium IWH-CREC of Bandar Malaysia land.
2. Executed on the eleventh hour, when Executice Chairman of CREC had flown into Kuala Lumpur with a site visit of Bandar Malaysia with the Prime Minister arranged, doesn’t speak well and surely much to be regretted, as it could be better done as to avoid a lot of embarrassment.
3. That the sale of 60% stake of Bandar Malaysia to the consortium IWH-CREC, who won ln the back of a stiff competition of 40 odd international bidders, was a big relief for the debt-stricken MDB. The RM741 million deposited by the consortium was a short in the arm of sort.
4. Going by whatever have been communicated by TRX City and the consortium, surely there are more than meet the eyes.
5. While TRX City attributed the lapse because of the many failures of the  consortium to meet conditions precedent (CPs), the IWH-CREC on the other hand contested the assertion that they have failed in their key obligations. TRX City must now anticipate an ensuing legal battle by CREC and its local partner IWH.
6. Be that as it may, could the tax-payers be better informed as to what is exactly the reasons for warranting such ‘abrasive’ decision and especially not to China, an economic powerhouse that the PM Najib has courted to ‘save’ and ‘boost’ Malaysia’s foreign investment.
7. In the absence of an official explanation of the Bandar Malaysia’s collapse deal, speculations are rife and that is surely at the expense of our good will, given that we are suffering from a trust-deficit of sort from many unending predicaments.
8. Competing rivalries from other regional giants, namely Japan and South Korea are rife for other mega-projects associated with the Bandar Malaysia. The High Speed Rail is but one. Arguably TRX City would want the best offer but at what expense?
8. While TRX City may become the  beneficiary of this fiasco, not the least because the land would worth a lot more than what IWH-CREC paid for, other critical considerations must surely also be factored in.
9. So, just tell the rakyat why this dramatic u-turn is needed? Do we already have a better alternative of a Master Developer that will not supposedly be subjected to a regime that is now imposing a Capital Control? Or is it after all a political decision as to allay the anxieties and concern of the Malay constituencies that we are selling of too much to the Chinese Communist Party, a once-upon-a-time taboo of the highest order to the Malay-Muslim electorates?
Come clean and tell us the real truth, if you could Mr PM!

AMANAH minta KTMB dedah perbelanjaan 2013 hingga 2017

April 12, 2017
 

Pengarah Strategi Parti Amanah Negara (AMANAH) Dr Dzulkefly Ahmad meminta lembaga pengarah Keretapi Tanah Melayu Berhad (KTMB) mendedahkan perbelanjaannya dari tahun 2013 hingga 2017.

“Saya difahamkan, saban tahun kerajaan memperuntukkan secara purata RM2 billion untuk KTMB melalui program ‘Meningkatkan Keupayaan KTM’ yang disenaraikan dalam bajet tahunan kerajaan Persekutuan.

“Pada tahun 2013, kerajaan memperuntukkan anggaran RM3.25 billion, diikuti tahun 2014 (RM 2.17 billion), 2015 (RM 2.15 billion), 2016 (RM 1.76 billion) dan terbaru tahun 2017 sebanyak RM 2.36 billion.

“Saya dikhabarkan oleh pekerja KTMB bahawa sebahagian peruntukan KTMB yang termaktub dalam bajet kerajaan Persekutuan seperti subsidi tidak disalurkan terus kepada syarikat tersebut.

“Jika benar apa yang didakwa, ke manakah perginya peruntukan tersebut. Saya khuatir peruntukan kepada KTMB tidak disalurkan mengikut bajet yang diluluskan di Parlimen, atau kemungkinan wujudnya penyelewengan yang melibatkan pelbagai pihak,” katanya dalam kenyataan.

Baru-baru ini, Kementerian Pengangkutan memberi jaminan pekerja KTMB yang bakal terlibat dengan Perjanjian Akses Rangkaian Kereta Api (RNAA) tidak akan kehilangan pekerjaan.

Timbalan menterinya, Datuk Ab Aziz Kaprawi berkata, sebaliknya mereka akan diserap masuk ke dalam anak syarikat milik KTMB.

“Saya jamin gaji, faedah, dan apa-apa kelebihan yang dinikmati sebagai pekerja KTMB ketika ini tidak akan hilang mahupun berkurangan,” katanya dalam sidang akhbar di bangunan Parlimen.

Mengulas lanjut, Dzulkefly berkata, dalam tempoh lima tahun fiskal belanjawan, kerajaan memperuntukkan sekurang-kurangnya 11.69 billion ringgit kepada KTMB untuk meneruskan program berkenaan.

Peruntukan ini tidak termasuk dalam program-program KTMB lain yang diperuntukkan secara asing, seperti ‘subsidi tren tidak ekonomik’ dan ‘lintasan rata awam’, jelasnya.

“Dengan peruntukan yang banyak dalam masa lima tahun, saya juga tidak yakin dengan prestasi yang dipamerkan oleh KTMB.

“Orang ramai masih mengkritik keupayaan KTMB sebagai sebuah pengangkutan awam yang efisyen. Masalah kelewatan ketibaan tren dari mengikut jadual, sistem tiket yang tidak berfungsi dengan baik dan tahap kebersihan yang kurang memuaskan menyebabkan saya meragui ke mana peruntukan ‘Meningkatkan Keupayaan KTM’ dibelanjakan,” tambahnya.

Ia, ujar beliau, tidak termasuk harga tiket yang meningkat pada akhir tahun 2015 dan kerugian yang dihadapi oleh KTMB sebanyak 30 juta ringgit pada tahun 2015.

*JELASLAH RUU 355 HANYA MAINAN POLITIK UMNO BN*

April 3, 2017
*KENYATAAN MEDIA*
‘JELASLAH RUU 355 HANYA MAINAN POLITIK UMNO BN’
www.amanah.org.my
1. Kenyataan Perdana Menteri DS Najib Razak bahawa Kerajaan Persekutuan tidak akan membentangkan pindaan Akta Mahkamah Syariah 1965 (RUU 355) di Parlimen ekoran keputusan mesyuarat Majlis Tertinggi Barisan Nasional tidak mengejutkan kami dari Parti Amanah Negara (AMANAH). Hari ini terbukti bahawa segala-galanya hanyalah permainan politik Umno dan Barisan Nasional.
2. Sejak awal lagi kami mengambil pendirian jika benar-benar kerajaan ikhlas dan yakin bahawa isu RUU 355 sebagai keperluan penting perundangan dan isu substantif, pastinya kerajaan sendiri akan mengambil inisiatif memindanya.
3. Akan tetapi oleh kerana motif sebenarnya ialah kepentingan politik maka RUU 355 telah digunakan sebagai umpan untuk menarik Pas keluar dari muafakat Pakatan Rakyat. Lalu berlakulah apa yang berlaku sehingga kemudiannya Pas berpecah selepas berlakuknya pembersihan golongan progresif dan pro-PR.
4. Lalu Najib dan pimpinan Umno telah ‘melayani’ kehendak Pas seolah-olah menyokong RUU 355 ini. Sekarang seluruh rakyat jelas kedudukan perkara ini bahawa perhitungan kepentingan politik Umno-BN menentukan dan mengatasi segala-galanya.
*Takfiri dan pecah belah umat*
5. RUU 355 juga berjaya memecahbelahkan umat Islam sendiri sehingga mengheret ke kancah ‘takfiri’, lalu semua pihak yang mempertikaikan apa jua aspek cadangan RUU 355 itu atau menolaknya adalah dianggap telah ‘gugur aqidah’ dan menentang Syariah Islam.
6. Untuk ingatan, Pihak Pejabat Mufti Wilayah Persekutuan digunakan untuk menyatakan semua ahli parlimen ‘wajib’ sokong, sedangkan RUU 355 adalah proses legislatif (at-Taqnin) yang semestinya melalui proses perbahasan dan perdebatan untuk mencari langkah-langkah terbaik bagi mencapai cita-cita murni memperkasakan Mahkamah Syariah, bukan hanya sekadar mempertingkatkan jumlah hukuman semata-mata tanpa ianya tidak melalui kajian impak dan kemunasahan yang mendalam.
7. ‘Himpunan Ungu’ di Padang Merbok pula memperlihatkan terdesaknya Pas dan Umno mahu menggunakan sentimen Islam-Melayu sehingga menimbulkan kebimbangan kepada asas negara ini dibina iaitu permuafakatan dan perpaduan nasional antara kaum dan agama. Seperti didakwa sesetengah pimpinan Pas dan Umno, kononnya RUU355 adalah lambang “penyatuan umat Melayu-lslam”.
8. AMANAH, sejak awal lagi telah tegaskan bagaimana sebenarnya pandangan kami tentang perkara ini. Ahli-ahli Parlimen kami telah mengemukakan cadangan balas tentang RUU355 bagi ‘Memperkasakan Mahkmah Syariah’ secara substantif dan menyeluruh. Justeru itu saya menyeru umat lslam dan seluruh rakyat untuk kembali kepada isu besar yang sedang mengancam survival dan kelangsungan tanah air tercinta ini.
*Reformasi sistem dan masalah sebenar rakyat*
9. Rakyat perlu segera kembali memahami bahawa reformasi penting dan kritikal buat kesejahteraan dan kemakmuran seluruh negara adalah dengan menolak penguasa politik yang rasuah, tidak amanah, tidak kompeten, jenis balun, boros dan bolot kekayaan negara.
10. Bebanan kos sara hidup rakyat di segi pemakanan, pengangkutan, kesihatan, pendidikan, perumahan, peluang pekerjaan bagi penganggur khasnya belia dan graduan, kejatuhan nilai ringgit, impak cukai GST dan penarikan pelbagai subsidi untuk rakyat, adalah isu-isu sebenar yang cuba dialih pandang olih kerajaan Najib. Menolak pimpinan yang yang rasuah, merompak, mencuri wang rakyat dan membebankan rakyat adalah tanggungjawab semua pihak.
11. Hentikan dari dipermain dan diperbodohkan dengan polemik RUU 355 ini oleh golongan yang mahu mengekalkan kuasa Umno BN dan mereka yang menyokong penguasa politik yang rasuah dan tidak amanah ini.
#AMANAHDemiNegara
HAJI MOHAMAD SABU
Presiden,
Parti Amanah Negara
3 April 2017
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