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Friday, July 31, 2015

Pembiayaan Politik: Menangani Realiti oleh @mpkotabelud


31 Julai 2015
Datuk Abdul Rahman Dahlan
Pengarah Komunikasi Strategik Barisan Nasional

Pertamanya, mari kita berbincang mengenai fakta. Sumbangan untuk politik adalah sah dari segi undang-undang Malaysia.

Jika anda mempunyai kecenderungan terhadap sesebuah parti politik dan meyakini perjuangannya, anda boleh membantu mereka mencapai matlamat dengan menyumbang wang dan/atau aset. Sebetulnya, anda boleh menyumbang seberapa banyak yang dimahukan: RM10, RM1,000 atau sejuta ringgit  - malah satu bilion ringgit sekalipun - jika mampu berbuat demikian.

Political Funding: Addressing a reality by @mpkotabelud



31 July 2015
Datuk Abdul Rahman Dahlan
Director of Strategic Communication, Barisan Nasional

First, let’s talk facts. Political donation is legal in Malaysia.

If you have special preference for a political party and believe in their struggle, you can help them achieve their goals by donating your money and/or assets. Truth be told, you can donate any amount you like: 10 ringgit, 1000 ringgit or even a million – or a billion ringgit for that matter – if you have that kind of amount to spare.

Ucapan @IsmailSabri60 di Kementerian Baru


Ucapan pertama YBM  Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob kepada warga pengurusan tertinggi KKLW.

Pertamanya, saya bersyukur kehadrat Allah kerana diberi amanat dan tanggungjawab sebagai menteri di kklw.

#Malaysia Attorney General Slams @Sarawak_Report for fabricating & doctoring documents


STATEMENT BY ATTORNEY GENERAL MALAYSIA

30 July 2015

1. These allegations by foreign national Clare Rewcastle Brown in political blog Sarawak Report are false. 

Thursday, July 30, 2015

Peguam ragui "kertas pertuduhan" yang dikeluarkan Sarawak Report #Malaysian


Sarawak Report Buat Fitnah Lagi

Portal yang berpangkalan dari London itu sekali lagi memaparkan cerita palsu tentang waran tangkap Dato Seri Najib Razak. 

COLLISION OF COALITIONS IN MALAYSIAN POLITICS

Yang Razali Kassim, The Straits Times
Malaysian politics is at an inflection point. Indeed, it is no exaggeration to say it is in a mega-crisis.
Prime Minister Najib Razak has just countered his critics over the massive 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB) scandal by sacking his vocal Deputy Prime Minister and the Attorney-General who led a high-level probe. This latest twist has left many bracing themselves for a backlash and uncertainty.
Yet, it is not just the ruling Umno-led Barisan Nasional (BN) government that is in trouble. The opposition coalition is also grappling with its own survival.
It is significant that both sides of the political divide are reeling under unprecedented pressure or in disarray simultaneously.
What will come out of this?

#MH17 : Malaysia Tidak Pernah Lupa @liowtionglai Bentang Resolusi Bagi Tribunal di PBB



UNTUK SIARAN SEGERAKENYATAAN AKHBAR 
OLEH YB DATO' SRI LIOW TIONG LAI 
MENTERI PENGANGKUTAN

Malaysia Bentang Resolusi Bagi Tribunal MH17 Di Majlis Keselamatan PBB 

Saya akan mewakili negara di New York pada hari Rabu, 29 Julai 2015, di mana Malaysia bersama-sama dengan empat lagi anggota Pasukan Siasatan Bersama (JIT) untuk MH17 iaitu Belgium, Australia, Belanda dan Ukraine akan berusaha bagi mendapatkan sokongan dari kesemua ahli Majlis Keselamatan PBB (UNSC) bagi penubuhan sebuah tribunal jenayah antarabangsa khusus untuk MH17.

Wednesday, July 29, 2015

PDRM confirms no important document destroyed, urges people to stop speculating


Only unimportant documents were destroyed in the fire at the Police Headquarters in Bukit Aman, says Inspector-General of Police Tan Sri Khalid Abu Bakar (pic).

"The fire has been put out.

Kini Pemuda UMNO Sokong Tindakan @NajibRazak , Tetap Hormat Muhyiddin Yassin

KENYATAAN PERGERAKAN PEMUDA UMNO MALAYSIA

Pergerakan Pemuda UMNO Malaysia menghormati kuasa prerogatif Perdana Menteri untuk menentukan anggota pentadbiran kerajaan. Atas prinsip tersebut, kami akur dan menghormati keputusan Dato' Sri Mohd Najib Tun Razak untuk membuat rombakan jemaah menteri semalam. 

Malaysia’s mess is Mahathir-made


29 July 2015
Author: Dan Slater, University of Chicago

At least embattled Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak is right about one thing. The current mess in Malaysian politics is the making of his greatest nemesis, Mahathir Mohamad, who led the Southeast Asian nation with an iron fist from 1981–2003. What Najib fails to fathom is that Mahathir has not produced this mess by criticising his leadership, but by paving Najib’s path to power in the fashion he did during his decades in office. Mahathir may believe that he can end the crisis by bringing Najib down. But history should judge Mahathir himself as the author of a long national decline that has culminated in this latest crisis.

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