4 September, 2009

Kepentingan Negara Sedang Dilelong

Posted in Bloggers-United, Malaysia, Pakatan Rakyat, Petronas, Reformasi at 3:50 am by Ketua Perusuh

Setelah kecoh isu pemilikan saham berkepentingan negara (BERNAS) kepada satu pihak di Hongkong yang tidak dipantau oleh Suruhanjaya Sekuriti dan Kerajaan Malaysia, kini satu lagi usaha sedang giat cuba dilaksanakan oleh pihak-pihak yang berkepentingan.

Pada artikel sebelumnya di laman blog ini, saya ada mendedahkan beberapa usaha pihak-pihak tertentu yang bersekongkol untuk dan telah menjual beberapa aset negara kepada negara asing. Malah saya pernah menjangka bahawa tindakan menggabungkan Guthrie, Sime Darby dan Golden Hope kepada Synergy Drive seperti yang diusahakan oleh pihak CIMB (Nazir Razak), adalah sebenarnya satu usaha untuk memilik peribadikan aset berkepentingan ini dan seterusnya akan memudahkan ianya untuk dijual kepada pihak ketiga (asing).

Kini apa yang saya jangkakan itu (Synergy Drive yang bertukar nama kepada Sime Darby) nampaknya sedang membuahkan kenyataan. Ada pihak yang sedang giat berusaha melobi pihak asing untuk membeli kepentingan saham dalam Sime Darby sekitar 10 ~ 15 peratus. Usaha-usaha ini nampaknya didalangi oleh pihak tertinggi didalam pentadbiran Kerajaan Malaysia yang mana dijangkakan hasil penjualan saham ini (jika berjaya) mungkin akan mencecah sehingga RM1 bilion.

Apa yang pasti tindakan menjual saham berkepentingan negara ini tidak akan disekat oleh Suruhanjaya Sekuriti dan Bank Negara kerana ianya dikhabarkan telah mendapat kelulusan Perdana Menteri Malaysia (Najib Razak).

Jika ini berlaku kepada Sime Darby (Synergu Drive), adalah tidak mustahil perkara yang sama akan berlaku kepada gabungan sektor peladangan yang lain yang juga telah dicadangkan oleh Najib Razak akan penggabungannya (Felda, Felcra dan Risda). Inilah bentuk penjajahan baru yang mungkin akan menyebabkan Malaysia terjebak dalam masalah yang besar dimasa akan datang.

Ada maklumat yang saya dapati menggariskan bahawa inisiatif ini sebenarnya digerakkan oleh pihak-pihak tertentu didalam Temasek Group yang memang terkenal berhajat untuk memiliki kesemua GLC dan syarikat utama berkepentingan didalam Malaysia dalam usaha mereka untuk meluaskan empayar Singapura.

Apa yang pasti, adalah tidak wajar kita membenarkan penjualan saham Sime Darby ini kepada pihak asing walau apa pun tujuannya. Sebagai rakyat Malaysia, kita berhak untuk memastikan bahawa tidak berlaku lagi penjualan entiti berkepentingan rakyat kepada pihak asing.

Ketua Perusuh
Bekas Felo Kanan
Institut Kajian Strategik Dan Antarabangsa – ISIS

3 Comments »

  1. ayamitik said,

    salam

    heh! mmg telah diduga… skrg ni proses pembersihan wang sedang dan akan berlaku dengan jaya jika rakyat tidak peka kpd pekara utama yg berlaku disebalik isu yg disensaikan..

    jika berlaku penjualan, maka satu lagi drama beli semula berlaku… kesilapan dlm pembikinan drama AGUSTA memberi pengajaran kpd mereka, lalu cube menggarab idea baru dgn jln cerita yg hampir sama dan sememangnya serupa

    ed
    felo atas bawah
    Institut Think Tank Persekutuan Malaysia

  2. ruyom said,

    A tragic yet hilarious court proceeding took place in the Ipoh high court on September 8 when the judge blatantly contradicts himself in dismissing a suit brought by Perak PR speaker against the state BN speaker.

    Judge Azahar rejected Sivakumar suit to seek damages from Ganesan for assault and false imprisonment during the chaotic and violent state assembly sitting on May 7. He said the court had no jurisdiction to hear the case due to Federal Constitution Article 72 stipulating that – the validity of any proceeding in any state assembly cannot be questioned in any court.

    And yet in the same breath he declared that – the decision of the legislative assembly to remove the plaintiff as speaker and to appoint the defendant was conclusive and had been fairly determined by the state assembly on May 7, 2009.

    Now, the crux of the entire contention between the two speakers is: who is on the right side of law in the violent tussle for the speaker chair on May 7?

    By declaring Ganesan as the rightful speaker, Judge Azahar is in fact making a legal judgment. Is that not a breach of Article 72? How come he has no jurisdiction to hear Sivakumar grievances but has jurisdiction to judge Ganesan as legal speaker? Is that not a contradiction of the highest order?

    Apart from this atrocious double standard applied by the judge, the main flaw of the judgment is the inability to differentiate between assembly proceeding and criminal behaviour. What Sivakumar is seeking is redress for the unlawful physical violence inflicted on him. And Article 72 covers only businesses conducted in the assembly – not unlawful and criminal act.

    Judge Azahar has therefore wrongly used Article 72 to come to his judgment. To make it very clear that this is the case, I will quote in full the relevant clauses in Article 72 (Clauses 1 & 2) and explain the reasons why.

    Clause 1: The validity of any proceedings in the Legislative Assembly of any State shall not be questioned in any court.

    Clause 2: No body shall be liable to any proceedings in any court in respect of anything said or vote given by him when taking part in proceedings of the Legislative Assembly of any State or of any committee thereof.

    Note the operative words “proceedings” in Clause 1 and “anything said or any vote given” in Clause 2.

    It is abundantly clear what Article 72 refers to are the speeches and resolutions made in the assembly, not any criminal or unlawful act.

    But what happened on May 7 was complete pandemonium and chaos in the assembly hall. There was no chance to conduct any business at all, least of all any resolution passed. In fact the only business done on that day was the address by the Perak Regent Raja Nazrin Shah.

    And how was Sivakumar replaced by Ganesan during that pandemonium?

    While Sivakumar was sitting in the speaker chair, hordes of police personnel entered the assembly hall, allegedly on Ganesan order, and physically lifted, carried, dragged and moved speaker Sivakumar into a room where he was forcibly detained until the assembly sitting was over.

    And as soon as Sivakumar was removed from the hall, police personnel escorted Ganesan into the hall and ushered him to the speaker chair, with police personnel making a line to stand guard in front of Ganesan to prevent any assemblymen from reaching the speaker chair.

    The entire tragedy-comedy was stage managed by the police, and it is therefore more appropriate to say that while Sivakumar was elected by the assembly through a reolution, Ganesan was physically planted into the speaker chair by the police. And that about sums up what happened on that tragic hilarious day.

    And since Judge Azahar appears to be so respectful of the constitutional principle of separation of power as demonstrated by his professed adherence to Article 72, is it not puzzling that he should have chosen to ignore completely the heinous violation of the doctrine of separation of power when hordes of police personnel invaded the assembly to physically replace one speaker with another?

    Is it not another shining example of double standard in the Malaysia Boleh tradition?

    After the series of judicial decisions that appear to wantonly trample the constitution and the law following the shameful power grab in Perak, the latest low represented by Azahar decision makes us wonder how much lower our judiciary can sink into, as many more judicial decisions in the same series are still pending.

  3. Salam perkenalan buat Tuan rumah. Apakhabar ? Semoga kita mendapat lebih barakah di bulan Ramadan ini.🙂


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