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Saturday, May 26, 2018

DPM: Harapan, rakyat should address weaknesses of administration

Pakatan Harapan leaders and the people have been reminded to keep on improving weaknesses in the administration of the country to give true meaning to their election victory, says Deputy Prime Minister Dr Wan Azizah Wan Ismail.
She said towards this end, the country needed to rebuild through the foundation of true democracy and Malaysians have the joint right and responsibility to build the nation.
“The victory has given us the freedom. We have changed the government and expectations are very high.
"We have become the body and soul but there is intellect element to differentiate us from others. Intellect is important for us to free humans from the clutches of men against men,” she said when speaking in a Santai Sahur session at the UEFA Champions League Final programme by Pandan Youth Movement in Kuala Lumpur last night.
In the event, about 300 Liverpool and Real Madrid supporters had gathered to watch the match beamed from NSC Olimpiyskiy Stadium in Kiev, Ukraine at 2.45am.
Dr Wan Azizah, who is Pandan MP also touched on the roles of the younger generation as the future leaders to continue the leadership of the country in future.
Taking football as an example, Dr Wan Azizah who is also Women and Family Development Ministry said the people should know how sports could bring colours to life as well as the importance of team spirit, and how it could help create awareness and direction in life.
Like a football match, there will be winners and losers, so Dr Wan Azizah reminded
supporters to appreciate human values and not to be too fanatical over a win or loss as it is the outcome of any competition.
"Watch and support but do not go overboard. It is important to instil human values, team spirit and in victory or loss, be gentleman,” she said.

Over 250 Lunas villagers hit by flash floods

More than 250 residents of 10 villages in Lunas have been affected by flash floods due to heavy rain from 2 pm to 8 pm yesterday.
Lunas state assemblyman Azman Nasrudin said all the victims were placed at two flood relief centres opened at the Sungai Seluang Mosque and Taman Sang Kancil Surau.
"The main road connecting Padang Serai and Lunas was also flooded, denying access to two villages, namely Kampung Nagalilit and Kampung Permatang Durian," he said during a briefing session last night.
The 10 affected villages are Kampung Sungai Seluang Atas, Kampung Sungai Seluang Bawah, Kampung Paya Serdang, Kampung Bukit Sarang Ayam, Kampung Balik Bukit, Kampung Batu 7, Kampung Permatang Durian, Kampung Permatang Tok Dik, Kampung Naga Lilit and Kampung Sungai Limau - Taman Kancil.
"We have planned a range of measures, including providing immediate relief assistance such as food supplies, blankets and mats to the victims," Azman said.

Gobind orders action on leak of 36mil phone users’ data

Communications minister says investigations into bot attacks and blocks on news sites will be carried out, and calls for proposals on amending the communications law.
Communications minister Gobind Singh wants action on a massive leak of personal phone data.
KUALA LUMPUR: The communications ministry has been ordered to follow up and take action on a breach of personal data of 36 million mobile phone users that has been linked to a contract with an Umno-linked company.
The minister, Gobind Singh Deo, in a statement today, also called for action to investigate bot attacks against mobile phones that took place on polling day, as well as the Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission’s actions to block some online news media while election results were being called.
Gobind also said the Communications and Multimedia Act would be reviewed, and called for public proposals on amendments.
“I welcome suggestions from all concerned and I will be in touch with Mr Eric Paulsen from Lawyers for Liberty and the Bar Council for discussions in this process,” he said.
The data breach was reported in a posting at the popular chat site Lowyat.net in October last year, which said there had been an attempt to sell the mobile numbers, unique phone serial numbers, as well as home addresses and personal data from multiple Malaysian public sector and commercial websites.
A huge amount of private customer information had been taken from at least 12 Malaysian mobile operators.
The leak was said to have stemmed from a public cellular blocking service operated by a company linked to Umno personalities.
In 2014, former Bukit Bintang MP Wee Choo Keong raised questions about the contract for a personal cellular blocking system, issued to Nuemera Sdn Bhd in 2009.
In a series of blog articles, he questioned how a dormant company whose directors were related to an Umno minister had been issued the contract, which he said would result in estimated revenue of more than RM80 million a year collected from phone companies.
Following the news reports about the attempted sale of leaked data, the government ordered an investigation. -FMT

Time is running out for playboy financier Jho Low

Pressure begins to mount after finance minister orders tax officers to investigate Penang-born Low and his family.
The government has ordered tax officers to investigate Jho Low and his family. (AFP pic)
KUALA LUMPUR: Baby-faced playboy Jho Low, the financier at the centre of Malaysia’s 1MDB mega-scandal, may find his days of hobnobbing with celebrities and splurging on property and art are numbered as the new government pledges to bring him to justice.
Suspected of being a key figure in one of the world’s biggest frauds, along with ousted leader Najib Razak and his cronies, the chubby, bespectacled businessman has become a lightning rod for public fury at the controversy.
He led a high-rolling lifestyle after allegedly stealing huge sums from 1MDB. He hung out with celebrities such as Leonardo DiCaprio, partied with Paris Hilton, and reportedly spent vast sums in New York’s hottest nightspots.
As investigations into the controversy accelerated, the Malaysian took to a luxury yacht allegedly bought with stolen cash and sailed around Asia, until the vessel was seized off Bali recently as part of 1MDB-linked probes.
The Wall Street Journal reported that he was on the Thai holiday island of Phuket earlier this month awaiting the election results. His current whereabouts are unclear.
But time could be running out for the flamboyant 36-year-old after Najib’s scandal-mired coalition suffered a shock defeat at the May 9 poll in large part due to public anger at 1MDB.
The new government, headed by Najib’s ex-mentor Mahathir Mohamad, has reopened probes into the sophisticated fraud and wants to haul Low, whose full name is Low Taek Jho, back to Malaysia.
Abdul Razak Idris, a former senior officer from the anti-graft agency which led probes into the scandal until they were shut down under Najib, said he believed Low was the mastermind.
“He must be arrested and brought back to Malaysia so that we can bring back all the money parked abroad,” he told AFP.
Low, who held no official positions at 1MDB but is believed to have exerted great influence over the fund, has previously denied any wrongdoing. He could not be contacted for this article.
Precarious position
In a first move aimed at pressuring him, Finance Minister Lim Guan Eng instructed tax authorities on Friday to probe Low and his family, many of whom remain in Malaysia, over 1MDB.
Malaysian social media lit up with delight at the prospect that a man who allegedly plundered state coffers was now being aggressively pursued.
“Jho Low is the key to all this 1MDB debacle,” read one post on Facebook. “Catching him is like catching the one ring that rules them all.”
Low’s current precarious position is a far cry from the image he once projected of an urbane, well-connected investment manager.
He was educated at elite British school Harrow, and during his time in England befriended Riza Aziz, Najib’s stepson, a friendship that helped him get close to Malaysia’s former ruling family.
He studied in the US and moved to New York, where reports of his profligate spending began to multiply.
The Justice Department, which has launched lawsuits to seize assets allegedly bought with stolen 1MDB cash in the US, alleges $400 million from the fund was sent to America “for the personal gratification of Low and his associates”.
This is just one part of the vast fraud. The DoJ claims that some $4.5 billion was stolen from the fund, which was set up in 2009 and overseen by Najib. Najib and 1MDB deny any wrongdoing.
As well as the yacht, Low is alleged to have used stolen cash to buy artworks by Monet and Van Gogh, high-end real estate and to give gifts to celebrities including DiCaprio and Australian model Miranda Kerr.
They have both turned the gifts over to US authorities and are not accused of any wrongdoing.
In a rare media interview with The Star newspaper in 2010, Low complained of being depicted as someone who led “an excessive kind of lifestyle”. He said: “Ultimately, I am Malaysian. I am one who does not forget my country and I think there is a lot we can do for Malaysia.” -FMT

Mukhriz agrees to be Kedah FA president again

Menteri Besar agrees to take up the post after receiving huge support from the public.
Mukhriz Mahathir has agreed to be president of the Kedah Football Association.
ALOR SETAR: Kedah Menteri Besar Mukhriz Mahathir has agreed, by popular demand, to assume the presidency of the Kedah Football Association once again.
He said the decision was made after taking into consideration the reaction and feedback of Kedah ‘Lang Merah’ supporters via surveys done on social media.
“There was a huge request from the supporters for me to assume the post. Although some feel otherwise, my current inclination is to accept the offer of KFA president and to give my best to ensure our team can return to winning trophies,” he told reporters here last night.
He said that for the time being, he would be leading the KFA unless there were others who wished to contest the post at the annual general meeting to be held later this year.
On May 15, former Kedah Menteri Besar Ahmad Bashah Md Hanipah resigned as KFA president. Honorary secretary Aminuddin Omar and treasurer Yusof Ismail quit the following day.
Also on May 16, KFA deputy president Syed Unan Mashri Syed Abdullah and members of the KFA executive committee met with Mukhriz Mahathir, requesting that he lead the association.
Mukhriz said he and the other members of KFA had a huge responsibility on their shoulders to shape a strong and steady team.
“All of this cannot be done alone. It requires the cooperation of all parties to make it happen. It also requires high commitment and huge expenses, but so far it’s all good, so I hope it can be translated into victories on the pitch.
Asked about the remaining vacant posts in KFA, Mukhriz said there was already a list of candidates and an announcement would be made once the review was finalised. -FMT

Stop ‘Islamist thuggery’ Siti Kassim urges Muslim MPs, Ministers

What are our Muslim elected reps or ministers scared of, asks activist lawyer after seeing an FMT video of young men in Manjoi forcing a shop worker to empty out a cabinet of alcoholic drinks.
Siti Kassim has criticised Muslim MPs and ministers for being silent about the actions of a group in Manjoi. (Facebook pic)
PETALING JAYA: Activist lawyer Siti Kassim has urged all Malaysians to speak out against “ISIS behaviour” and the “Islamist thuggery” of a group of young Muslims who forced an all-night shop in Perak to empty out a liquor cabinet. She criticised Muslims MPs and ministers for remaining silent.
“This kind of Islamist extremism need to be halted and nipped at the bud before it become a plague, a cancer throughout Malaysian society,” she said in an online posting today.
“I am disappointed that we have not heard a single word against it from our elected Muslim representatives or Muslim Ministers especially. what are they scared of or waiting for? Or do they agree with this behaviour?” she said.
The young Muslims in Perak, from a group known as Jabat, had posted a video showing the group in action in a shop in Manjoi, and the shop worker emptying the cabinet.
Siti Kassim said their action was “the result of more than two decades of Islamist influence in our education system and civil administration”.
She urged all right-thinking Malaysians, Muslims and non-Muslims alike, to speak out against such “Islamist thuggery” and ask the government to act decisively against it.
The group had lodged a police report, declaring their success in campaigning against the sale of alcoholic drinks.
One young man was shown saying that, “as long as there are alcoholic drinks in the shop, then we can’t buy something else, can we?”
In another video, the group was shown at Manjoi police station after lodging a report, saying they intended to prevent the sale of alcoholic drinks throughout Manjoi, where most of the population is Muslim and Malay. -FMT


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Datuk Seri Jamal Md Yunos claiming  his 'escape' from police custody a "misunderstanding" cannot be accepted. It is very clear an offence has been committed by Jamal to jump police custody until formal bail documents were executed.

Rather than surrendering to police, Jamal has the guts to release an audio recording on WhatsApp at around 1.50am on Sunday(May 27) claiming that he did not intentionally escape police custody.
“I thought I could leave because my remand order was over and that my bail had been granted. I did not realise that I had to sign some documents before the bail could be finalised,” he said in the recording.
Jamal claimed that he had left the Ampang Puteri Specialist Hospital around 3.15pm on Friday to go to Tabung Haji so that he could withdraw cash to settle his bail payment..
Jamal was under police remand at the Ampang Puteri Specialist Hospital's premium ward, where he was undergoing treatment for back pain when he escaped from police custody on May 25.
Jamal who is 48-year-old and a veteran was charged earlier that day under Section 290 of the Penal Code with breaking bottles of alcohol in public to protest the Better Beer Festival 2017.
The offence carries a fine of RM400.
According to the charge sheet, Jamal is said to have broken a number of alcohol bottles using a hammer, causing danger and public distress.
Jamal is said to have committed the offence at the exit gate of Pos (1) Darul Ehsan State Government Secretaries building (Bangunan SUK Darul Ehsan) at 10.15am on 5 October 2017.
He pleaded not guilty in the premium ward in front of magistrate Raja Noor Adilla Raja Mahyaldin.
The court granted bail of RM3,000 in one surety and set June 8 for mention at the Shah Alam magistrate's court.
Selangor CID chief Senior Asst Comm Fadzil Ahmat said: "However, before the bail was processed, he went missing."
On 22 May 2018, Jamal was arrested at about 1.15pm at the hospital over investigations into a case under Section 34 of the Firearms Act 1960.
Jamal now claims that “I am resting now due to my health condition and I will cooperate fully with the police soon,”  is UNACCEPTABLE and should immediately surrender himself to police and be charged in Court with a severe penalty for escaping from police custody.
Claiming ignorance of the law is no excuse since he had demonstrated that he is very capable individual by gathering people to show their bum to Ambiga, wearing towel in public at the Selangor State Secretariat over water woes, giving valuable gifts to induce voters to vote for the BN regime and many more.