Sunday, August 31, 2014
I agree with Syed, Kak Wan will go down in Malaysia History as the woman who got rejected for the MB post by the Sultan of Selangor. But Syed is very arrogant and bold to claim that the Sultan rejected Kak Wan because she is a woman. Till today I have never seen or heard any indication from the Royal House that gender was the reason for the rejection. What I do know is that the Sultan of Selangor does not want a remote control person to be the MB. Secondly from other source it was indicated that Kak Wan was born in Singapore. Thirdly what policy has Kak Wan proposed and achieve since she became MP. Fourth - Can Kak Wan really run Selangor when she cannot even handle her own children messy marriage and allowing her children to live in sin. Fifth - the only difference between Kak Wan and Rosmah is the tudung. When it comes to greed, they are alike in so many ways.
PEOPLE LIKE SYED ARE COMMON AMONG THE PARIAH DOGS, SO IT IS OKAY FOR THEM TO WANT TO PLEASE THEIR MASTERS.
MY GIFT TO SYED FOR MERDEKA WILL BE REVEAL SOON.
WHEN A GOVERNMENT IS RACIST, ARROGANT AND SELFISH THIS HAPPENS.
AT THE END OF THE DAY IT IS MALAYSIA LOSS AND ANOTHER COUNTRY GAIN.
Saturday, August 30, 2014
Firstly, I do not know who gave the title “Constitutional Expert” to Professor Aziz Bari. The fact that he used to lecture at the law faculty of the International Islamic University does not make him one. It is like saying every soldier is a demolitions expert. However, everyone can safely deduce that he leans more towards Pakatan Rakyat, especially PKR, politically.
Probably every Tom, Dick and Harry might have responded to Aziz Bari’s claim that the Sultan of Selangor has no right to ask for more names for the latter to choose as the next Menteri Besar of Selangor. He said this as reported by Malaysiakini’s Pakar: Sultan Tiada Kuasa Minta Banyak Nama(27th August 2014). In his statement, Aziz said that in a Parliamentary system, the (state) government is responsible to the state assembly, not to the Sultan. He added that the Sultan only has to agree to appoint the candidate with the most support in the state assembly as the Menteri Besar.
“Majority,” he said to Malaysiakini, “is the only (appointment) criteria, therefore the Sultan has no right to request for more names since there is already majority.”
Perhaps our “Constitutional Expert” does not know much on the history behind the Constitution. The Rulers may be Constitutional Monarchs but ours is not the same as the Westminster Monarch that they have in England. In England, the monarchy was reinstated with the installation of King Charles II by Parliament after the failure of Oliver Cromwell’s Republic that followed the decapitation of King Charles I. All laws are passed by Parliament without the Queen’s Consent (or King’s Consent if the Ruler of England is male) save for four things: bills affecting the royal prerogative (whatever the royal prerogatives are, are quite shady due to the nature of the uncodified Constitution in England). The second is bills affecting the hereditary revenues of the Duchy of Lancaster or the Duchy or Cornwall. Third, bills affecting the personal property of the monarch, and lastly, bills affecting the “personal interests” of the monarch.
To understand the role of the Rulers in Malaysia one must take several steps back in the history of this nation. The mistake made by the government since those days is to instill the spirit of nationalism into every Malaysian. The simplest way is to say that we were colonised by the British, and that we gained independence for them – which would only be true for Pulau Pinang, Melaka and Singapore. When Malaya gained “independence” only Pulau Pinang and Melaka rejoined Malaya while Singapore remained a British colony. The British were here by virtue of the various treaties made with the respective Malay rulers. British advisers were appointed and were paid by the Sultan who appointed them to administer the state on behalf of the Sultan. They basically administered everything except for matters that affected Islam and the Malay customs, which remained the Sultan’s sole prerogative. When the British administration left in 1957, this role was taken over by the Menteri Besar and the state executive assembly that form the administration part of the state government through elections. The executive power remains with the Sultan. This is evident in Article 181(1) of the Federal Constitution that says:
“Subject to the provisions of this Constitution,” the “sovereignty, prerogatives, powers and jurisdiction of the Rulers…as hitherto had and enjoyed shall remain unaffected.”
The same was noted by Mark R Gillen of the Faculty of Law, University of Victoria (Gillen 1994:7). In the words of the late Sultan of Perak, Sultan Azlan Shah, former Lord President, it is:
“a mistake to think that the role of a King, like that of a President, is confined to what is laid down by the Constitution, His role far exceeds those constitutional provisions” (Azlan Shah 1986:89)
On Aziz Bari’s claim that the (state) government is answerable to the state assembly and not to the Sultan, may I remind Aziz Bari that in Article 50 of the Selangor Constitution, 1959, it says;
“The executive authority of the State shall be vested in His Highness and exercisable, unless otherwise provided by the Federal Constitution or this Constitution, by him or by the State Executive Council or any member of the State Executive Council authorised by the State Executive Council, byt executive functions may by law be conferred on other persons or authorities.”
You cannot form a government without the consent of the Sultan; hence the need for the Menteri Besar and members of the Executive Council to take an oath of office before the Sultan to administer the State on behalf of the Sultan.
On Aziz Bari’s claim that the Sultan is only to appoint as Menteri Besar whoever has the support of the majority in the state assembly, Aziz Bari should go back to where he read law and ask for his money back. The Selangor State Constitution explicitly states in Articles 51 and 53(2) that the appointment of the Menteri Besar is the prerogative of the Sultan. The person to be appointed as Menteri Besar is a person, IN HIS MAJESTY’S JUDGMENT is likely to command the confidence of the majority of the members of the Assembly. Therefore it is right for His Royal Highness to ask for more than two names to be submitted by each political party that has the majority command of the state assembly.
The same happened in Terengganu when UMNO wanted Idris Jusoh to continue on as the Menteri Besar after the 2008 General Election but the Sultan overruled and insisted on Ahmad Said instead.
The above is the form of democracy with the Sultan having the right to choose whom to head the executive branch of his government to administer the state on His Majesty’s behalf. What is not democratic is Rafizi Ramli’s instruction to Selangor State Assemblymen under PKR except Wan Azizah and Azmin Ali to decline if nominated as the Menteri Besar by the other parties.
This is to choose a state government FOR THE PEOPLE, not for PKR. Rafizi should just shut up and hide behind his boss, while Aziz Bari ought to ask for his law school fees back, find a better law school and stop this masquerade.
Friday, August 29, 2014
Thursday, August 28, 2014
Khalid Samad is telling PAS members to leave PAS if not happy working with Pakatan.
In my personal opinion I think Khalid Samad should leave PAS instead.
Knowing how the mechanism works inside PAS, people like Khalid Samad who are unhappy with the system should pack up instead of creating disharmony within the party. Who is Khalid Samad to change PAS? Wasn't PAS formed before Khalid Samad was even born.
People who think of themselves being right all the time should be man enough to leave and form his own party or join PKR, DAP or UMNO. Why complain and complain like a frustrated old man.
Me think Khalid Samad got monetary gain in his heart.
Wednesday, August 27, 2014
Why do you think DAP is sticking its neck out for PKR?
Is it because DAP cannot do without PKR or is it because of the coalition pact or is it because of the 3 in 1 formula?
Today the ball is not in PKR's court but DAP.
Today DAP has become the Hero in making.
DAP WILL BECOME THE NEXT GOVERNMENT OF SELANGOR.
Like I have said many times, DAP has learnt its lesson since 13th May 1969.
Today if given a chance DAP will take over from MB Khalid but......
Yes DAP is stuck for the time being of not having a MELAYU in Selangor.
But is definitely ready for GE 14th.
This is DAP's plan but along the way PKR had to be the trouble maker.
This crisis in Selangor might spoil the plan for Tony Pua to be the next CM of Penang if it goes wrong.
The breakdown of PKR is real.
The King and Queen Troublemakers will die in existence.
Azmin Ali will join PAS or UMNO.
Nurul future is with DAP if she plays her card well.
Rafizi will join DAP as his ambition to be the MB of Selangor is greater.
The plan is very simple.
First DAP got to be seen as obedient to PR pact.
Second knowing Kak Wan and Azmin cannot be MB, DAP will support going against the Royal Decree using the First as an excuse to please Selangorians who hate the Sultan. Whatever happens it is definite Kak Wan and Azmin will not be able to call the shot come GE14th because of this crisis.
Third - once the path is clear, DAP is confident the party can be seen as trustworthy enough to rule Selangor by all Selangorians and get out from the PR Coalition without a scar.
REMEMBER THIS WELL.
DAP DAPAT SEMUA
PAS PAU HABIS
PKR PERGI KELUAR RAMA-RAMAI
PKR CLAIMED TO HAVE 500,000 MEMBERS.
YET KAK WAN IS THE ONLY CANDIDATE FOR THE MENTERI BESAR SEAT IN SELANGOR.
SO THIS IS PROOF THAT PKR DOES NOT TRUST ITS OWN MEMBERS TO BE EVEN A CANDIDATE FOR THE MENTERI BESAR POST.
SO BASICALLY WHAT PKR IS SAYING THAT ALL IT MEMBERS MUST BE KISSING DOGS ONLY.
WAH! PKR AND DAP ARE VERY, VERY DESPERATE WHEN THE GOING HIT A WALL.
THIS WAR AGAINST THE ROYAL DECREE IS BOLD AND RISKY.
WITH THE MOST NUMBERS OF LAWYERS AS PKR AND DAP SUPPORTERS THIS IS GOING TO BE VERY, VERY INTERESTING.
TODAY IS TWO MOON DAY AND IF YOU THINK YOUR ARROGANCE AND GREED IS GREATER THAN DESTINY, I PITY YOU.
LIKE I HAVE SAID MANY TIMES, WE SELANGORIANS WILL TEACH KAK WAN AND ANWAR A LESSON IN REAL POLITIC.
THE TROUBLE WITH KAK WAN AND ANWAR, THEY DO NOT CARE FOR THEIR DIGNITY BUT ONLY THE RM3 BILLION.
MY ONLY ADVICE TO DAP IS TO LOOK AT THE FUTURE INSTEAD OF IMMEDIATE GAIN.
Tuesday, August 26, 2014
Time and again you have cross the line.
You stopped Unisel Students from starting their term.
You make the poor suffered by not getting their money on time.
You stopped contractors from collecting the rubbish.
You sabotage the water for all Selangorians.
There are many other illegal activities you have started.
You never cared for the Rakyat.
Everything is about YOU, YOU AND ONLY YOU.
TODAY, WE SELANGORIANS HAVE GATHERED TOGETHER TO PUNISH YOU.
TODAY WE TEACH YOU WHAT POLITIC IS ALL ABOUT.
TODAY WE SELANGORIANS SAY 'ENOUGH IS ENOUGH'
IT IS TIME FOR YOU TO LEAVE.
Monday, August 25, 2014
WHERE IS YOUR SO-CALLED LIST TO SUPPORT KAK WAN?
WHEN THE SULTAN WAS NOT HOME, EVERYONE CAME OUT TO PLAY, PLAY.
SINCE SULTAN RETURNED, NOT A SINGLE ONE CAME OUT TO PLAY.
WHY BEHAVE LIKE A MOUSE.
BEFORE LIKE TIGER WANTING TO EAT THE FLESH OF MB KHALID.
WE, SELANGORIANS WILL GIVE PKR, PAS AND DAP TILL MIDNIGHT TO SHOW THEIR COURAGE TO CHANGE THE SELANGOR STATE CONSTITUTION.
TOMORROW WE WILL SHOW YOU HOW IT SHOULD BE PLAY.
Nurul Izzah VS Raja Nong Chik selesai diluar mahkamah
Rafizi Ramli VS Zahid Hamidi selesai diluar mahkamah
Rafizi Ramli VS Shahrizat Jalil selesai diluar mahkamah
Shamsul Iskandar VS Jamil Khir selesai diluar mahkamah
Shamsul Iskandar VS Jamil Khir selesai diluar mahkamah
MB KHALID VS BANK ISLAM selesai diluar mahkamah
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