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Lim Kit Siang

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Lim Kit Siang


Hassan Ali talking as if he got more than a screw loose in his head – impossible to get angry and outraged but only feelings of great pity at the gibberish pouring out from him

Posted: 31 Jan 2012 10:18 PM PST

Expelled PAS member and former Selangor state exco member Datuk Hassan Ali must have shocked his "masters" when he made the wildest and most preposterous of allegations in the first stop of his nationwide roadshow in Bangi yesterday, alleging that "once they take over Putrajaya", DAP will merge Malaysia with Singapore into a republic and [...]

Rebranding Rela into BN’s vanguard

Posted: 31 Jan 2012 09:09 PM PST

— Bob Teoh The Malaysian Insider Jan 31, 2012 JAN 31 — Under the Government Transformation Programme (GTP), Rela is to be rebranded as part of a police "omnipresence." But its massive build-up has raised suspicions that it may instead become Barisan Nasional's (BN) vanguard or even an additional vote bank. "When the chips are [...]

PM – when will Beng Hock’s case be given due attention?

Posted: 31 Jan 2012 07:58 PM PST

by Teoh Lee Lan (Sister of The Late Teoh Beng Hock) 18th January 2012 It's already 2012, could the PM please tell us when the Beng Hock case will be given due attention? We, the family of Teoh Beng Hock, will be in Putrajaya at 9 a.m., 2 February 2012 for a Court of Appeal [...]

Breaking up wealth concentration in Malaysia

Posted: 31 Jan 2012 06:51 PM PST

— Dr Lim Teck Ghee The Malaysian Insider FEB 1 — The past year has seen the government and the opposition unveil their respective economic reform policies. Even if these reform policies and their attendant programmes are implemented they will not be able to resolve the country's economic problems. This is because the policies advocated [...]

Malaysia: Why do I care?

Posted: 31 Jan 2012 06:34 PM PST

— Clive Kessler The Malaysian Insider Feb 01, 2012 FEB 1 — Part 1: The personal quest Now back in Sydney yet again, after two more months in Malaysia, I sigh from both exhaustion and relief. Exhaustion, since as I age I find it ever more punishing physically just to get around Kuala Lumpur and [...]

Beginning of a shift in racial politics

Posted: 31 Jan 2012 05:59 PM PST

Jan 31, 2012 YOURSAY Malaysiakini ‘What is happening today is a revolt against corruption, and by extension revolt against Umno. It is not about race.’ The fracturing of the Malay community Cala: S Thayaparan’s argument is surprisingly simple – that Umno due to its various weaknesses is slowly and steadily losing its grip on the [...]

Cuepacs steps up fight against new scheme

Posted: 31 Jan 2012 02:54 AM PST

Stephanie Sta Maria | January 31, 2012 Free Malaysia Today KUALA LUMPUR: Cuepacs has set up an action committee as its latest step in its fight against the Public Service New Remuneration Scheme (SBPA). A 15-member team, led by Cuepacs deputy president, Azih Muda, will present a paper on its recommendations to Prime Minister, Najib [...]

Umno parti rasuah

Posted: 31 Jan 2012 02:44 AM PST

— Sakmongkol AK47 The Malaysian Insider Jan 31, 2012 31 JAN — Kawan kawan saya dalam Umno bercakap mengenai rasa cemas bila kerajaan yang di pimpin oleh Umno menabur wang begitu banyak kepada rakyat. Bayaran RM100, RM200, dan sekarang ini RM500 sedang rancak di jalankan. Tapi apa yang hendak di risaukan? Bukankah ini hasil pejuangan [...]

Charles Santiago

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Charles Santiago


GST JEJAS RAKYAT BERPENDAPATAN RENDAH: CHARLES

Posted: 31 Jan 2012 10:22 PM PST

Source: Sinar Harian


Lokasi dikenal pasti

Posted: 31 Jan 2012 10:18 PM PST

Source: Sinar Harian

 


“班達馬蘭大團拜熱鬧‧9條龍迎接大臣”

Posted: 31 Jan 2012 10:14 PM PST

Source: Chinapress

 


“班達馬蘭大團拜熱鬧‧9條龍迎接大臣”

Posted: 31 Jan 2012 10:09 PM PST

Source: Chinapress

 


HAK KUMPULAN TERPINGGIR MESTI DILINDUNGI

Posted: 31 Jan 2012 01:55 AM PST

Source: SURUHANJAYA HAK ASASI MANUSIA MALAYSIA

SURUHANJAYA HAK ASASI MANUSIA MALAYSIA
HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSION OF MALAYSIA
TINGKAT 11, MENARA TH PERDANA,
JALAN SULTAN ISMAIL,
50250 KUALA LUMPUR

Tel: 603-2612 5600
Fax: 603-2612 5620
Email:humanrights@suhakam.org.my
Web:www.suhakam.org.my
"Hak Asasi Untuk Semua"
"Human Rights For All"
EDITOR, NEWS DESK FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
PRESS STATEMENT
THE RIGHTS OF THE MARGINALISED GROUPS MUST BE PROTECTED

 
The Human Rights Commission of Malaysia (the Commission) is of the firm view that enforcement agencies should not abuse their powers and, amongst other things, should respect the rights of the marginalised groups especially those of the Orang Asli and the natives. Reference is made to the incident involving the detention and arrest by the police of 13 Orang Asli in Gua Musang, Kelantan on 28 January 2012. Apparently, the Temiar tribe had staged a peaceful protest against the activities of logging companies, which have resulted in an encroachment into their land. Regrettably, it is alleged that the police, in dealing with the protest, had used force in dismantling the blockade by the Orang Asli, and in the process exhibited a lack of sensitivity, concern and understanding of the plight of our marginalized citizens. It is further understood that even after assurances by the state authority that the grievances of the Temiar tribe would be resolved by mid-January, logging activities are still going on, thus triggering off the protest by the Temiar.
The police had reportedly forced down the barrier and burned down the adjacent structures set up by the Temiar, who were merely expressing their stance in their struggle to claim back their rights to the native lands. The family members and friends were reportedly prevented from accompanying them to the detention centre and they were also denied legal representation before being released several hours later. The Commission calls upon the State Government to act expeditiously in resolving the plight of the Orang Asli in Kelantan and to protect their rights to their ancestral lands and livelihood. It also urges that all State Governments respect court decisions awarding the rights to land of the Orang Asli and hold more open consultations with the communities.
The Commission is currently holding its first ever National Inquiry into the land rights of the indigenous peoples with the goals to develop recommendations to the Federal and State Governments to review domestic land laws and policies to incorporate human rights elements and to formulate strategies and plan of action with the aim of protecting and promoting the indigenous peoples' rights to land.
-END-
"HUMAN RIGHTS FOR ALL"

 
TAN SRI HASMY AGAM
Chairman
The Human Rights Commission of Malaysia (SUHAKAM)
31 January 2012


HAK KUMPULAN TERPINGGIR MESTI DILINDUNGI

Posted: 31 Jan 2012 01:49 AM PST

SURUHANJAYA HAK ASASI MANUSIA MALAYSIA
HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSION OF MALAYSIA
TINGKAT 11, MENARA TH PERDANA,
JALAN SULTAN ISMAIL,
50250 KUALA LUMPUR

Tel: 603-2612 5600
Fax: 603-2612 5620
Email:humanrights@suhakam.org.my
Web:www.suhakam.org.my
"Hak Asasi Untuk Semua"
"Human Rights For All"
PENGARANG, MEJA BERITA UNTUK SIARAN SEGERA
KENYATAAN MEDIA
HAK KUMPULAN TERPINGGIR MESTI DILINDUNGI

 
Suruhanjaya Hak Asasi Manusia Malaysia (Suruhanjaya) berpandangan tegas bahawa agensi-agensi penguatkuasa tidak sepatutnya menyalahgunakan kuasa dan, antara lain, harus menghormati hak- kumpulan yang terpinggir terutamanya masyarakat Orang Asli dan Pribumi. Rujukan ini dibuat berhubung dengan kejadian penahanan dan penangkapan 13 Orang Asli di Gua Musang, Kelantan oleh pihak polis pada 28 Januari 2012. Jelas bahawa suku kaum Temiar telah mengadakan bantahan secara aman terhadap aktiviti-aktiviti syarikat pembalakan yang telah menceroboh ke atas tanah mereka. Malangnya lagi pihak polis telah didakwa menggunakan kekerasan dalam rombakan sekatan oleh masyarakat Orang Asli dan dalam proses tersebut telah menunjukkan sikap kurang sensitif, kurang mengambil berat dan kurang pemahaman tentang nasib rakyat yang terpinggir. Adalah juga difahamkan bahawa aktiviti pembalakan masih lagi diteruskan walaupun selepas jaminan diberikan oleh pihak berkuasa negeri untuk menyelesaikan ketidakpuasan suku kaum Temiar ini menjelang pertengahan bulan Januari, dengan itu telah mencetuskan bantahan suku kaum Temiar
Pihak polis dilaporkan telah merombak penghalang dan membakar struktur bersebelahan yang dibina oleh suku Temiar yang telah hanya menyatakan pendirian mereka dalam perjuangan untuk menuntut kembali hak mereka kepada tanah adat. Ahli keluarga dan rakan-rakan dilaporkan telah dihalang untuk mengiringi mereka ke pusat tahanan dan mereka juga telah dinafikan perwakilan peguam sebelum dibebaskan beberapa jam kemudian. Suruhanjaya menggesa kerajaan negeri untuk bertindak segera dalam menyelesaikan nasib masyarakat Orang Asli di Kelantan dan melindungi hak mereka kepada tanah nenek moyang dan hak kepada kehidupan. Adalah juga digesa agar semua kerajaan negeri menghormati keputusan mahkamah yang telah memberi hak tanah kepada Orang Asli dan agar dapat mengadakan lebih banyak rundingan terbuka bersama masyarakat ini.
Suruhanjaya kini sedang menjalankan Inkuiri Nasioinal buat pertama kalinya mengenai hak tanah masyarakat Orang Asli/Orang Asal yang bermatlamat untuk merangka syor-syor kepada Kerajaan Persekutuan dan Negeri untuk mengkaji semula perundangan domestik tanah dan dasar-dasar yang menerapkan pendekatan hak asasi dan untuk merangka strategi dan pelan tindakan dengan tujuan untuk melindungi dan mempromosi hak Orang Asli/Asal kepada tanah.
-TAMAT-
"HAK ASASI UNTUK SEMUA"
TAN SRI HASMY AGAM
Pengerusi
Suruhanjaya Hak Asasi Manusia Malaysia (SUHAKAM)
31 Januari 2012


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