7 September 2008

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(Laporan wartawan Kompas.com Inggried Dwi Wedhaswary | 6 September 2008)

JAKARTA, SABTU — Pemimpin oposisi Malaysia, Anwar Ibrahim, berjanji akan menarik UU yang menerapkan hukuman cambuk bagi TKI ilegal jika ia berhasil menggulingkan pemerintahan Abdullah Ahmad Badawi. Anwar menetapkan batas waktu 16 September untuk bisa merebut kursi perdana menteri.

Sebab, menurutnya, hukuman cambuk tidak manusiawi dan melanggar perikemanusiaan. Isu TKI, menurut Anwar, merupakan isu mendesak untuk disikapi. Hal itu dikatakan Anwar dalam jumpa pers seusai silaturahmi dengan ICMI di Menara Bank Mega, Jakarta Selatan, Sabtu (6/9). “TKI itu isu yang mendesak. UU hukuman cambuk akan kita tarik, kita hapuskan karena bagi saya itu tidak berperikemanusiaan,” kata Anwar. (more…)

7 September 2008

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From The New Nation

Ruling combine in Malaysia has got another setback when a prominent opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim got elected to parliament recently. Resurgent after the lifting of a ban on holding office expired in April, Anwar Ibrahim, Malaysia’s opposition leader and former deputy Prime Minister won a resounding victory, despite facing fresh accusations of sodomy, in a by-election on 26 August in a seat vacated by his wife and his success to date has rattled the ruling coalition and undermined Badawi’s leadership.

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7 September 2008

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From AFP

Malaysian opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim said Saturday he is on track to meet a mid-September deadline to recruit enough members of parliament to topple the government.

The opposition is confident it will secure the defection of at least 30 members from the ruling Barisan Nasional government — the number needed to unseat the government of Prime Minister Abdullah Badawi, Anwar said.

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7 September 2008

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Dari Malaysiakini

Bekas Pengerusi Gerakan Wilayah Persekutuan, Datuk Dr Tan Kee Kwong, 61, menyertai PKR kerana hilang kepercayaan kepada Barisan Nasional (BN), Gerakan dan Umno.

“Ini bukan keputusan yang senang tetapi saya percaya parti satu kaum seperti MIC, MCA dan Umno sudah tidak relevan lagi.

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6 September 2008

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Di dalam memenuhi kepadatan jadual yang disusun bersempena bulan Ramadhan al Mubarak dan Hari Malaysia 16hb September di tanah air, saya berkesempatan bersilaturahim dengan sahabat-sahabat dari Indonesia. Majlis yang dianjurkan oleh Ikatan Cendekiawan Muslim Indonesia itu diadakan di Menara Bank Mega, Jakarta Selatan.

Hadir sama ke majlis ini adalah sahabat-sahabat saya seperti Muslimin Nasution, Marwah Daud Ibrahim (Presiden ICMI seIndonesia), Fahmi Idris (Menteri Industri yang mewakili Dewan Penasihat ICMI), AM Fatwa, dan Adi Sasono (Wakil Ketua Dewan Pakar ICMI). Kami juga bertukar-tukar pandangan mengenai peranan demokrasi, pemimpin negara, dan etika politik di negara masing-masing. Sudah tentu prospek perubahan 16 September di sentuh!

Ternyata banyak sekali dapatan-dapatan baru yang saya peroleh setiap kali saya ke Indonesia. Mungkin ahli parlimen BN perlu ke sini terlebih dahulu sebelum menimba sesuatu di Australia?

ANWAR IBRAHIM

6 September 2008

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From Jakarta Post

Malaysia’s opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim and select members of the Association of Indonesian Muslim Intellectuals (ICMI) gathered together on Saturday to exchange views on democracy, leadership and Indonesia’s upcoming election.

“Ethics are often neglected when trying to achieve an aim or to attain an (political) appointment,” ICMI president Muslimin Nasution said at the meeting, as quoted by Kompas.com.

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6 September 2008

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Mstar Online

PETALING JAYA: Pengerusi Gerakan Wilayah Persekutuan, Datuk Dr. Tan Kee Kwong yang digantung keahlian dua bulan lalu hari ini secara rasmi menyertai Parti Keadilan Rakyat (PKR).

Bekas Ahli Parlimen Segambut itu mengumumkan perkara tersebut di ibu pejabat PKR di Kuala Lumpur pada sidang media yang turut dihadiri Presiden PKR, Datuk Seri Dr. Wan Azizah Wan Ismail.

Beliau mengadakan sidang media di Ibu Pejabat PKR pukul 1 tengah hari tadi.

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5 September 2008

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5 September 2008

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By YB Khalid Samad, Member of Parliament for Shah Alam

I received an sms yesterday with questions which I think are worth answering/discussing. The sms had 7 or 8 concerns if you will and is repeated below:-

Please seriously consider the following in the future Pakatan:

1. The implication of Anwar’s over promised populist approach to the non-Malays, which may carry negative implications to PAS Malays thresholds.

2. DAP and PKR extremists, liberalists within the administration that might create social insecurity among the Malay PAS supporters.

3. The mass defection of UMNO MPs with their corrupt culture into PKR that takes lead in Pakatan direction.

4. The Islamic social welfare policies versus drastic fiscal policies that piggy back on budget deficits that subsidies populists at the expanse of future generation

5. Where is PAS in the whole process? Where are we heading? We may have destroyed the evil UMNO, but invited the Satan that bow to US and foreign super power.

6. Malay unity is very crucial to the Malaysian social, economic stability. Please mirror Indonesian’s reformasi. The people still struggle since 1998, while national economic resources are gang raped by super power.

7. Why not PAS take the leading role in forming the next government and unite Malays?

Don’t know what is best? The survival of PAS is at stake. It’s definitely sure US is behind Anwar to destroy NEP which is our social engineering insurance for stability. Now our country is heading towards anarchy situations!

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5 September 2008

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Malaysiakini | 4 September 2008

Dr Mohd Osman Abdul Hamid dari Hospital Pusrawi yang memeriksa Mohd Saiful Bukhari Azlan, muncul hari ini untuk mempertahankan hasil pemeriksaannya yang tidak menemui sebarang bukti yang menunjukkan Mohd Saiful telah diliwat.

Dr Osman telah mengambil cuti lebih sebulan lalu selepas kebocoran laporan perubatannya ke atas Saiful itu, pada 28 Julai lalu.

Doktor tersebut, yang ditemani peguamnya – M Puravelan dan Yusri Kamaruddin – mengadakan sidang akhbar di Majlis Peguam pada jam 12 tengahari ini.

Beliau mengesahkan bahawa akuan berkanunnya, yang disiarkan oleh Malaysia Today memang ditandatanganinya.

“Saya tidak terbabit dalam politik, saya akan sentiasa bercakap benar,” kata Dr Osman yang kelihatan agak gementar. (more…)

4 September 2008

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[kemaskini jam 8.00 malam]

Al Fatihah.

Pak Samad telah kembali ke rahmatullah pada jam 5.58 petang tadi di Hospital Pantai Kuala Lumpur. Jenazah Allahyarham akan dibawa pulang ke rumahnya  di No 2 Jalan 16/7C, Petaling Jaya dan akan dikebumikan pada hari esok, selepas solat Jumaat.

Semoga Allah SWT mencucuri rahmat ke atas roh Allahyarham.

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Perkhabaran diterima memaklumkan Tan Sri A. Samad Ismail kini sedang tenat.

Ahad lalu, saya, Azizah, Izzah dan Shahrir sempat menziarahi beliau yang kini sedang terlantar di Hospital Pantai. Sabelum daripada itu, sahabat beliau, Dr. Syed Husin Ali turut meluangkan masa melawatnya.

Jika disorot kembali sejarah era penjajahan, tidak boleh dinafikan sama sekali perjuangan beliau menentang penjajahan Jepun dan British melalui Kesatuan Melayu Muda, disusuli peranan beliau mendrafkan Perlembagaan Rakyat bersama-sama Pak Sako dan Ahmad Boestamam.

Saya mendoakan agar beliau terus dikurniakan kekuatan oleh Allah SWT untuk melawan penyakit. Buat keluarga Pak Samad, diharapkan terus cekal memanjatkan doa ke hadrat Ilahi. Semoga barakah Ramadhan ini membuahkan kerahmatan buat semua.

ANWAR IBRAHIM

3 September 2008

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From The Malaysian Insider
SEPT 2 — A decade ago today, Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim was dismissed by the then Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad. From the halls of power, as Anwar puts it in one of his earliest prison letters, he descended into “the labyrinths of incarceration”.

From the ruins of Anwar’s previous political life, however, a Reformasi generation arose. Throughout the long decade, despite being jailed the first six years and spending a considerable amount of time overseas in the immediate two years after release, Anwar aroused passionate support and devotion from many, some out of sympathy while others felt that he embodied the national quest for change and maturity.

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