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Archive for June 25th, 2010

Change and transformationsThe CM had just admitted that the Sarawakians bumis are so poor that they have to look up to BN for help-yet in 10 years time they will start earning like they are already in a high income country? Is this report part of the coming election fever?

There’s no running away from change – Taib

June 25, 2010, Friday(Borneo Post)

KUCHING: Change and transformations are inevitable for anyone who wants to progress.Chief Minister Pehin Sri Abdul Taib Mahmud said the state needed to embrace the changes taking place so that it could continue to be on par with other nations globally.

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Sarawak’s 10th state election: Getting too crowded for comfort?

June 25, 2010, Friday(Borneo Post)

SIBU: If daily press reports are anything to go by, Sarawakians will be tempted to think that the coming state election is going to be a crowded one.

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巴贡水坝耗资逾73亿
李 文材斥仅图利朋党

作者/本刊记者 Jun 25, 2010 04:51:53 pm

【本刊记者撰述】人民公正党全 国副主席李文材揭露砂拉越巴贡水坝工程的花费将会超过马币73亿元,直斥该项工程惠及朋党,并称马币73亿元足以解决23.8%地区没有电流供应的问题。

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RM55 juta untuk 11 pilihan raya kecil
Idris Ahmad Jun 23, 10 10:34am(Malaysiakini)
Parti Islam Se-Malaysia (PAS) mahu pihak Polis DiRaja Malaysia (PDRM) membuat kajian terhadap wang rakyat yang digunakan mereka dalam 11 pilihanraya kecil sejak 2008.

PAS menganggarkan bahawa PDRM telah membelanjakan sekurang-kurangnya RM 55 juta bagi 11 pilihan raya berkenaan.

Tahun lalu, Dewan Rakyat mendedahkan bahawa PDRM belanjakan RM 31 juta untuk lima pilihan raya (Permatang Pauh, Kuala Terengganu, Bukit Gantang, Batang Ai, Bukit dan Selambau). Itu baru lima pilihan raya kecil.

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Pengadu tarik balik aduan terhadap KM S’wak
// <![CDATA[// Jimadie Shah Othman(Malaysiakini)
Jun 24, 10
3:28pm

Tiga rakyat Sarawak hari ini menarik balik laporan mereka kepada Suruhanjaya Pencegahan Rasuah Malaysia (SPRM) berhubung dakwaan “rasuah” ketua menterinya Tan Sri Taib Mahmud selepas pihak SPRM didakwa enggan memberikan salinan aduan kepada mereka.

Tiga pengadu itu – Ahmad Nazib Johari, James Wong Joon Min dan Ting Chek Ming – mendakwa selepas hampir tiga jam membuat laporan di pejabat SPRM Selangor di Shah Alam, mereka terpaksa pulang hampa selepas permohonan mereka bagi mendapatkan salinan laporan itu ditolak.

“Mereka memberikan alasan tiada peruntukan undang-undang bagi membolehkan salinan diberikan (kepada pengadu). Tetapi bila kami soal kembali mereka gagal menunjukkan peruntukan berkenaan,” kata Ahmad Nazib.
Ahmad Nazib, James dan Ting hadir di pejabat SPRM Selangor kira-kira jam 10.30 pagi tadi dan keluar kira-kira tiga jam kemudian bagi melaporkan dakwaan-dakwaan terhadap Taib yang tersiar dalam sebuah laman web beralamat www.sarawakreport.org.

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Finally the secrets are out: PBB  had a 5 day retreat to discuss about the 4 challenges to hold a state election-which must be held latest by July next year. The idea of an earlier state election to contain the mood in favour of the Opposition has not been generally accepted, so report the media (appended below). Another strategy is to synchronise the state and the general elections-which could enable Sarawak to escape from the concerted campaign by PR, including those from the West Malaysia. But there are reservation from the West Malaysia BN. Other strategies are heading towards expiry dates: development politics, anti-`outisder’ rhetoric. In a particular area Taib may meet his dead end: how to hide his anti-democratic desire for perpetuating his family `dynasty’: a strategy is to make Alfred Jabu a seat warmer before elevating a daughter of Taib to the CM position. But the daughter, now an MP,  has not even stood for a state seat yet…

Amid all these: where is the place for the voter’s voice?

S’wak BN meet to undertake four ‘arduous’ tasks

Filed under: corruption,keadilan,legal — hornbillunleashed @ 1:02 PM 24-6-2010
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By Joe Fernandez

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