Berita panas terkini dun pas di sarawak!!!!

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Kemungkinan besar di lima dun sadong jaya,sebuyau,beting maro,tanjung datuk dan satu lagi???Akan diumumkan pada masa terdekat sebelum 4 april!!!Harapan pas sarawak rakyat sarawak dapat memenangkan calon pas dalam dun sarawak supaya suara rakyat dan gema ayat al-quran berkumandang dildalam dun sarawak dan supaya memberi keberkatan kepada bumi sarawak dan seterusnya memenangkan pakatan rakyat untuk perintah malaysia!!!!

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Taib is Quitting?

Taib Quitting? No!

It is reported that Taib will announce soon that he’ll step down after the Sarawak state election. BN needs him to deliver the state but they hope the announcement will take the wind out of the opposition’s sails in the state polls.

This guy helms the state for 30 years now. To me the report of his quitting is a gimmick to hopefully take the wind out of the opposition’a sail. Reason is simple. Taib has always said that he has not found a suitable successor yet. He has groomed so many successors. None has been suitable to him. He implied that much anyway. Don’t tell me that overnight he has found someone suitable?

If he means business he should step down now. Why after poll? He is trying to say that he is indispensable.

Would Taib announce his successor now before going to the poll? I bet he won’t.

I have known many Sarawak leaders clinging on to power until they are taken off by voters.

BN and Taib know that many Chinese oppose Taib and his policies. That is something that BN and Taib must be ashamed of. SUPP treats Taib as God incarnate. they still need Taib. So he has to lead BN into election. They have to create story that he will quit, to appease the bulk of the Chinese who oppose him.

Taib’s quitting after election is a gimmick that we had expected.

But whether he quits or not after state poll makes no difference. We can certainly expect the same lousy BN policies to continue. We can also confidently say that the corrupt BN government won’t improve, only getting worse. New crocodiles will come to shore and they will bite new chunks away.

Under BN, Sarawak has No Future. Korup didahulukan. Rakyat detepikan.

19.3.2011

New Own-Goal By BN ! – Fresh Expose

BN bloggers have been boasting that the State Secretary, Mohamid Morshidi bin Abdul Ghani, got a letter into the UK’s Sunday Times newspaper claiming “the rainforest is not devastated” and that ”logging licences are awarded after due process and are not in the personal gift of the Chief Minister”.

However, we can reveal Ghani’s own family are among the state’s top land-grabbers!  Not only that, they have been charged ridiculously preferential rates for the vast tracts of land, which they have been given (by the Chief Minister)!

Vested Interest of a top civil servant

Abdul Ghani is Sarawak’s top civil servant and should therefore remain strictly non-political.  However,  he is in fact known to be one of Taib’s closest allies and he leapt to his boss’s defence after a top Times journalist reported on Sarawak’s environmental catastrophes last week.

Echoing Taib’s own laughable claims, he announced that “70% of the country is under forest cover” (attempting to imply it was virgin jungle), a contention which has been dismissed as ludicrous by all respected international experts.

So it is all the more reprehensible that we discover that the State Secretary’s own brother, Mohamid Taufik Abdul Ghani, has walked away with over 14,000 hectares of plantation titles for the give away price of just RM 110,000!  No conflict of interest there?

“]The 2008 Land Registry records – 9 large plots of land amounting to over 14,000 hectares in Similajau all went to Mohamid Taufik Abdul Ghani through the companies Derawan and Sahua Enterprise [hectares in 5th column and premium charged in 7th column

Even more outrageously for a person, who claims to ensure “due process”, the land records show that Mr Ghani has been given the full 60 years of the lease before he has to pay up on the money ! What amazing leniency from the State of Sarawak to the brother of the State Secretary and key political ally of Taib Mahmud!

 

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Most of the plots were offered for no payment. For the others he was given 60 years to pay it back – [2008 Land Registry records

We will be fascinated to hear Mr Abdul Ghani demonstrate fully in this case how “due process” was followed.  Also, how this land could not be seen as having been “in the personal gift of the Chief Minister, Abdul Taib Mahmud”, given such a valuable asset was given effectively for free.  Perhaps he would care to do so in a follow-up letter to the Sunday Times?

The true value of these land titles has been proven

Our researches have shown the true value of the land that was handed to the State Secretary’s brother, because the two companies concerned Derawan Sdn Bhd and Sahua Enterprise Sdn Bhd (which are shown in the Land Records for 2008 as being controlled out of the same office with the same telephone number as that of Mr Ghani) were sold soon after to a subsidiary of Sime Derby called Austral Enterprises.

Details of the two purchases, available on-line via Alacra Store. Derawan went for RM5.15 and Sahua went for RM10.44!

Austral Enterprises Sdn Bhd bought the two companies back in the 1990s for a total of RM 15.5 million.  The Ghanis had therefore managed to make RM 15 million on the land half a century before they have to pay the RM 110,000 they were charged for it by the State of Sarawak!

Note the same address and phone number for both companies, demonstrating the link with Mr Ghani

Sarawak Report would suggest that the ordinary citizens and voters of Sarawak are entitled to feel very angry and outraged indeed at such blatant theft from the state, master-minded through the Land and Survey Office, which is directly controlled by the Chief Minister, on behalf of the family of his top civil servant.

How very objective the civil service must be under such circumstances!

Contributing to Sarawak’s pollution and environmental degradation

 

 

The State Secretary’ obedient letter to the Sunday Times – echoing his ‘boss’ the Chief Minister

In his letter to the Sunday Times the State Secretary continues to opine that the growth of the palm oil industry is “nothing to be frightened of”.  In this way he dismisses the environmental impact.

However, it is relevant to point out that the very company that is linked to his family, Derawan Bhd Sdn, was last October fined RM 20,000 after pleading guilty to “discharging effluent into inland waters” from its mill.,

Plantation pollution is, of course, one of the worst environmental problems faced by the people of Sarawak, who have found their drinking water contaminated and fish killed by the chemical effluents and mud erosion.  Yet Mr Ghani’s parting point in this letter to the Sunday Times, that:

”the growth of this industry will not affect the indigenous peoples and will bring the country significant prosperity”

smugly ignores these dreadful problems, along with the near starvation caused to so many tribespeople by the loss of their lands to this vast agro-business in which is family is engaged.

Who profits?

So once again BN’s top cheerleaders stand condemned by their own preposterous remarks.  As everyone can now perfectly well see, the ”significant prosperity” to which the State Secretary refers has not come to the ordinary people receiving RM 15 a day working on palm plantations, but to himself and his family – starting with the RM 15 million that was made selling on the land titles, which Taib Mahmud kindly handed to them!

So much for pompous pronouncements about “due process”!

Daim: BN boleh kekal di Sarawak tapi diramal hilang banyak kerusi

Oleh Yow Hong Chieh
March 31, 2011

KUALA LUMPUR, 31 Mac — Tun Daim Zainuddin berkata Barisan Nasional (BN) dijangka akan kehilangan lebih banyak kerusi di Sarawak kali ini tetapi boleh kekalkan majoriti “selesa.”

“Saya fikir Barisan Nasional akan menang tetapi lebih banyak kerusi akan pergi kepada pembangkang,” kata beliau pada syarahan awam di Universiti Tun Abdul Razak hari ini hari ini.

Pada akhir 2007, bekas menteri kewangan dan bekas bendahari agung Umno itu telah meramalkan Pulau Pinang, Selangor dan Kedah akan menerima nasib seperti Kelantan yang dikuasai PAS pada 1990.

Ramalan itu menjadi kenyataan dengan lima negeri dikuasai pembangkang termasuk Perak dan BN kehilangan majoriti tradisi dalam pilihan raya umum 2008 yang disifatkan sebagai tsunami politik.

Pilihan raya negeri Sarawak yang ke-10 akan diadakan bulan depan dengan hari pengundian jatuh pada 16 April manakala penamaan calon 6 April.

Wartawan Utusan mengeluh, hidup makin susah, Barang Naik?

Oleh: amkns

Kurangkanlah cukai pendapatan! – Utusan Malaysia 31 Mac 2011 – HARI ini kalau suri rumah pergi ke kedai runcit atau pasar, RM20 habis untuk belanja barang basah. Ayam atau ikan serta sayur cukup-cukup untuk hidangan makan tengah hari dan malam untuk perut lima orang satu keluarga.

Cuba bertanya kepada kaum wanita yang sering ke pasar atau kedai runcit. Jarang-jarang yang tidak merungut mengenai harga barangan sekarang.

Kalau ada kedai yang boleh jual barangan barang basah pada ‘harga runtuh’ setiap hari, mereka akan serbu.

Untung orang yang tinggal berdekatan pasar borong sebab hari-hari dapat harga murah. Tapi yang berjauhan, ‘hari-hari marah.’ Belanja dapur sahaja sudah melambung berkali-kali ganda.

Apalah nasib golongan pertengahan, belanjawan harian meningkat. Tinggal sebulan lagi, golongan ini juga perlu mengisi borang cukai pendapatan.

Banyak dapat, banyaklah kena cukai.

Ada yang mengeluh. Kalau boleh kita mahu rakyat Malaysia dapat menikmati kembali barangan keperluan harian pada harga murah.

Tiga atau empat tahun lalu, harga seikat pucuk ubi baru 50 sen, sekarang RM1. Dahulu ayam daging baru RM3.80 sekilogram, sekarang melambung lebih RM7 sekilogram. Cukuplah dua contoh yang menjadi makanan kegemaran orang Melayu.

Nampaknya tak ada usaha mana-mana pihak untuk memperlahankan kenaikan harga barang. Tak ada pihak peniaga yang hendak mengurangkan harga jualan mereka.

Kalau boleh mereka mahu menaikkan harga jualan lagi. Ini baru bab soal makan. Kalau masuk bab harga rumah, lagi menakutkan.

Dengan pergerakan dan kenaikan gaji bagi golongan pertengahan tidak naik mendadak seperti harga rumah dan barang keperluan, mereka kena pandai-pandai berjimat.

Wang gaji bulanan kadang kala tak cukup. Ansuran rumah sewa atau pinjaman rumah dan kereta sudah menelan tiga suku gaji bulanan. Tinggal suku lagi untuk belanja lain-lain.

Mengharapkan simpati peniaga turunkan harga barangan mungkin sukar, sebab mereka ada banyak alasan. Kerajaan pun sudah penat merayu.

Tinggal pada siapa lagi tempat mengadu!

Memandangkan setiap tahun Lembaga Hasil Dalam Negeri mengumumkan kejayaan mengutip berbilion cukai pendapatan, mungkin dalam pembentangan Belanjawan 2012 kerajaan boleh beri sedikit harapan baru.

Bagaimana kalau kerajaan menurunkan 50 peratus kadar cukai pendapatan individu. Cukai pendapatan individu walaupun banyak dipotong tapi tidak sampai menjejaskan pendapatan negara.

Nampaknya cara ini dapat membantu golongan rakyat yang kena bayar cukai pendapatan. Kalau dicongak-congak hampir satu bulan gaji dipotong untuk cukai pendapatan sahaja.

Jika cadangan ini dilaksanakan bermakna separuh sahaja dikenakan.

Mana-mana ruang jika boleh dikurangkan, lakukanlah.

Kerajaan tidak akan rugi, malah ‘beruntung’. Orang berbudi, ada balasannya. Percayalah…

Oleh Azman Anuar
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