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Thursday, July 22, 2010

3rd WUKF World Karate Championships Children, Cadets & Juniors

YB Sivarasa melihat sijil penyertaan yang diterima oleh peserta pertandingan

Pertandingan "WUKF World Karate Championships Children, Cadets & Juniors" kali ketiga telah diadakan di Sao Paulo, Brazil pada 03hb Julai 2010 hingga 14hb Julai 2010. Malaysia diwakili oleh Internasional Okinawan Shorinryu Seibukan karatedo Association of Malaysia (IOSSKAM) dan diwakili oleh tujuh orang peserta. Ini merupakan penyertaan mereka buat kali pertama.
Dalam pertandingan tersebut IOSSKAM memenangi satu pingat perak(Kogilanathan) dan dua pingat gangsa (Kalaiarasu dan Karthiga). Pasukan ini diiringi oleh Mahaguru
Dr. Pathamanathan dan dua orang tenaga pengajar iaitu En Tan Juan Kee dan Govindarajan.
Antara peserta yang bertanding adalah Minalochuni, Mugilan, Deeran dan Thanes. Mereka hadir ke Pejabat kami untuk menyatakan penghargaan kerana sokongan yang kami berikan terhadap usaha mereka.

Tuesday, July 20, 2010

CenPRIS Public Policy Forum:


CenPRIS Public Policy Forum:
The 10th Malaysia Plan: Policy, Politics and the New Economic Model

Panelists:
  • YB Dato Dr Awang Adek Hussin (Deputy Minister of Finance)
  • YB Sivarasa Rasiah (MP-Subang)
  • YB Dato Idris bin Jusoh (Chairman, MARA; former MB, Terengganu)
  • Dr Lim Teck Ghee (CEO, Center for Policy Initiatives)
Moderator: Prof Chan Chee Khoon
Date: July 28, 2010 (Wednesday)

Time: 2-5pm

Venue: Auditorium, Institute for Research in
Molecular Medicine (INFORMM), USM,
Penang

Enquiries & RSVP:

Thursday, July 8, 2010

Kampung Sri Indah A

By LIM CHIA YING chiaying@thestar.com.my

A NEW 400m-long drain is being constructed along Jalan 13 of Kampung Sri Indah A, Sungai Buloh, to help resolve flood woes on this street.

Costing RM235,000 to build, the allocation was made by Selangor New Village Development Committee chairman Ean Yong Hian Wah, who chairs this portfolio under the state government.
There was previously no drain on this street. Ean Yong said he hoped the water would be channelled out properly once the drain was ready.

“Work on the construction of the drain started in June and is expected to be completed in August,” said Ean Yong during a visit to check on the progress of the work.

Villagers staying along this row, such as Teo Kim Hua, would shudder every time it poured.

The rain water will wash the mud down from the nearby hill slopes thus inundating Jalan 13 that fronts Teo’s house.
The road, she said, would be flooded by the murky waters which flowed into at least three houses on the street and when the water receded the house compound was filled with a coat of mud.

Thus far, Teo’s house has not been flooded. However, she is fearful that sometime in the near future, her house too would be affected because the murky water had reached the main gate of her house.
“Since June last year, the flash floods have become worse as water would rise to over one feet. The water flows into three of my neighbours’ houses,” said Teo, 60.

Teo, who has stayed in the village for two decades, said the flood problem first started back in 2008, and at that time the villagers had lodged complaints to the MCA bureau.
“One of the developers was instructed to dig the earth to allow better flow of the water, and the situation was fine until June last year,” she said.

Ean Yong said Kampung Sri Indah A is not so much a new village but more of an organised village which was built after the Emergency Ordinance.
“Therefore, the basic infrastructure may not be that good.”

He added that Jalan 13 was also situated on lower ground which probably explained why the area was prone to flooding.

Kampung Sri Indah A Village Development and Security Committee (JKKK) chairman Wu Tat Choon thanked Ean Yong for looking into their plight and offering assistance.
He said it was unfortunate that there was no drain along Jalan 13, while many other drains in the village were also clogged up thus impeding the flow of water.

“When the drains are congested, they cannot cope with the earth and sand that are being washed down,” said Wu, 50.

He also complained about the constant burning of waste at one of the factories, polluting the air with a foul odour and endangering the health of the villagers there.
Ean Yong said in new and organised villages, infrastructure like drains were either damaged or missing. He aims to get these amenities replaced or repaired within the next four years.
Ean Yong also made a short stop at a reserve land where TNB high-tension cables ran through the village. He was shown four underground water pipes that were now left exposed, much to the horror of some residents there.

The villagers said slope erosion over the years with soil being gradually washed off by water had caused exposure of the pipes.
“As it is now left in the open, the villagers are concerned that the pipes will be exposed to damage and greater wear and tear that may cause it to leak and burst eventually, which will be very dangerous,” said Ean Yong.

“They are also concerned about their homes which are at risk of collapsing since the earth from the slopes is gradually eroding.
“I will ask for a dialogue soon with the Selayang Municipal Council (MPS) on this issue.”

Tuesday, July 6, 2010

Permit Suara Keadilan






Pakatan Rakyat akan memfailkan usul tergempar di Parlimen hari ini untuk membahaskan tindakan kementerian dalam negeri tidak memperbaharui permit akhbar Suara Keadilan.
Selain itu, PKR akan turut mempertahankan laporan akhbar itu yang mendedahkan kepincangan Felda di mahkamah dan tidak akan memohon maaf kepada Felda. Menurut TV Selangor, ahli parlimen Subang, Sivarasa Rasiah berkata pihaknya mempunyai cukup bukti untuk mempertahankan laporan Suara Keadilan itu.Justeru, beliau menggesa kerajaan menghentikan usaha untuk membisukan PKR serta akhbar miliknya itu.
Sivarasa (kanan, bertali leher merah) berkata, tindakan KDN tidak memperbaharui permit Suara Keadilan dilakukan dengan niat untuk membisukan lidah PKR daripada terus mendedahkan isu-isu kepentingan umum.Tindakan terbaru kementerian itu harus dibahas oleh parlimen kerana ia menyentuh isu-isu kebebasan hak bersuara dan media serta maklumat yang membabitkan kepentingan awam.“Usul isu Suara Keadilan ini difailkan untuk dibantahkan kepada pergantungan ini dan untuk mendesak Menteri meluluskan serta merta penerbitan ini yang tidak cuba menggugat atau menghalang suara kita daripada PKR.“Kita nampak pergantungan Suara Keadilan ini, khususnya Najib, Perdana Menteri sekarang khuatir tentang perkara itu berhubung isu Felda yang dibawa oleh Pakatan Rakyat dan mereka nampak Suara Keadilan telah membawa banyak isu dan fakta,” katanya.
Beliau berkata usul yang akan difailkan oleh ahli parlimen Gombak, Azmin Ali.Ditanya mengenai tindakan Felda menyaman Suara Keadilan bersabit laporan ini, Sivarasa berkata PKR akan mempertahankan segala laporan akhbar itu yang mendedahkan kepincangan dan salah urus wang Felda.“Peguam Felda telah menghantar satu surat kepada Suara Keadilandan PKR akan melantik peguam untuk menjawap dan kita sudah bagi jawapan iaitu kita sanggup mempertahankan apa jua yang diterbitkan oleh Suara Keadilan dan sebagai pandangan yang munasabah apabila rizab Felda merosot dengan merisaukan,” katanya.

Sunday, July 4, 2010

Siva: Megat making excuses for MACC's no-show

Wong Choon Mei, Malaysia Chronicle
http://www.malaysia-chronicle.com/2010/07/blog-post_2305.html

PKR vice president Sivarasa Rasiah slammed MACC adviser Megat Najmuddin Megat Khas for defending the commission’s last-minute decision not to interview private investigator P Balasubramanim, even though the latter may have key information that could break a high-profile murder-and-corruption case implicating Prime Minister Najib Razak and his wife Rosmah Mansor.

“If Megat Najumuddin is honest about this, then he should have considered all the facts including the final decision to go had already been approved after consultation with the MACC’s own advisers,” PKR vice president Sivarasa Rasiah told Malaysia Chronicle.

“Why then did they announce they were going but U-turn at the last minute? This dents the credibility of not only Najib and Rosmah, but Malaysia as a whole. The Altantuya murder is followed around the world and with the MACC’s withdrawal, the inference is that there has been political intervention from the very top, perhaps even Najib himself, and that one can get away with pretty much in this country so long as one has enough political pull.”

Damage control

Siva was referring to the latest development in the sensational murder case involving Mongolian translator Altantuya Shaariibuu, who was killed in Malaysia in 2006. She had threatened to blow the whistle on high-level corruption in the government's acquisition of two Scorpene submarines worth 1.34 billion euros or RM6.7 billion. The subs were ordered by Najib in his capacity as defense minister in 2002.

Najib has been accused of benefiting Perimekar, a tiny firm belonging to his friend Razak Baginda, with a side deal worth 114 million euros or RM570 million that civil rights groups insist was a kickback. Malaysian NGO SUARAM is trying to claim back on behalf of taxpayers the amount allegedly paid out by DCNS, the French vendor of the submarines, to the wrongdoers.

According to a sworn statement Bala made in 2008, Altantuya was trying to collect her US$500,000 share of the commission from Baginda, whom she helped to close the DCNS deal. But Baginda refused to pay up, and instead, hired Bala to stop her from harassing him.

“It is ridiculous to go over there. The process will involve a lot of cost and a waste of taxpayers' money," Najmuddin told the press on Saturday in a bid to help the MACC counter the storm of criticism that has erupted since its Wednesday announcement that it had been advised by the Attorney-General not to go.



No money for London trip but enough for Perimekar

The MACC has couried a list of questions to Bala and his lawyers, who have already gone to London ahead of the meeting scheduled for Monday and Tuesday at the Holiday Villa.

Bala has lashed out at the MACC for backtracking and vowed to go ahead with a press conference scheduled for July 7 despite the commission's no-show. He is expected to reveal further details and perhaps clarify some of the points he revealed in his 2008 statutory declaration (see below).

The former police officer is also scheduled to go to Paris where he has been invited by the French authorities to help in their corruption probe on the submarines acquired by Malaysia.

"We totally reject Najmuddin's argument. If the cost of air fare, board and lodging in London for three MACC officers is too exorbitant, then how did the government manage to find the billions to buy the Scorpenes and pay the hundreds of millions to Perimekar," said Sivarasa, who is also MP for Subang.

“The attitude of the French authorities and that of our MACC cannot be more contrasting. MACC should take a leaf from their foreign counterpart and insist on putting the people's interest first. They have to behave more professionally."