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Malaysian Constitution sessions with Dr Aziz Bari

April 1, 2010

The Idea of having such sessions is to create a competent pool of citizens who are well-versed with the basics of the Malaysian Constitution and applying the Articles of Constitution to current affairs.
The programme will continue in advancing the knowledge of Malaysian Constitution according to the needs and level of understanding of the participants.
It is also hoped that those engage and involve in human rights, politics and law will participate in the programme.
Members of the political parties and assistants to Members of Parliament and State Assembly persons are also urged to attend this programme.
Anyone interested is also welcomed.

Kuliah Perlembagaan Malaysia
oleh Dr Aziz Bari

Bermula : Jumaat 2hb April 2010
Waktu : Jam 8.00 – 10.30 malam
Bertempat di Dewan Pusat Khidmat Rakyat, Ahli Parlimen Gombak
No. 2 Lorong Perak Pusat Bandar Taman Melawati 53100 Hulu Kelang
(Rozaini: 0192676879)

Dalam Dwi Bahasa (Malay-English)
Penyertaan adalah percuma.

2 Comments leave one →
  1. Yeoh Leei Eng Hock permalink
    April 3, 2010 5:19 PM

    To: Chua Soi Lek
    From: Yeoh Leei Eng Hock
    Agenda: Please bring MCA to Sarawak to save the good people from organised chinese criminals.
    Subject: Ever since there were Chinese people on this earth there were gangsters who enforce their rules by an iron fist in the criminal business world.They made their fortunes from prostituition,gambling,illegal 4 Digits,loan sharking, smuggling,psychotropic drugs and others.By and large they do not touch the law abiding common people.
    In Sarawak it is totally different.They collect one ringgit frpm every tray of egg that the people consumed.They collected 50 cents from every gas tank that the populace used in their house.The victims can be a single mother with five kids or a poor mountain man.The gangsters do not show any mercy.All the old homeless people collecting scraps from the dustbins have to sell their materials to these gangsters at half price.If any of these people shows any resistence molotov cocktails would be thrown at either their million dollar house or card board shacks.They show no fear,favor or mercy to anybody other than their own big bosses.
    I have been to chinatowns around the world.There is no group of chinese gangsters that terrorise their own people in the same ways.
    Only a evil chinese emperor will tax their own chinese population in those methods. We, Chinese in Sarawak are in the hands of an evil chineses.
    Come and save us.,

  2. Bei Suu Lan permalink
    April 14, 2010 11:18 AM

    To: All Malaysians with a One Good Heart,
    From: Ms Bei Suu Lan, NGO for Natives, KK, Sabah,
    Subject: Help the poor natives of Sabah,
    I came from Kedah to settle down in Sabah twenty years ago.I have seen with my own eyes the natives descending from prosperity to the living in the sewers.The politicians grew from rags to riches.The natives descend from a decent simple work status to living to the sewers.
    Why?Why?Why?
    It is because illegal immigrants has been given Real Residential Documents.They have been made real citizens.
    This enables them to compete and take away the jobs from all the local natives.
    I am in the hotel IT management line.I found that all my hotel clients employs immigrates with real documents.When they conduct job interviews they will just talk to the natives as a goodwill gesture.Then they will throw away the documents into some big box in the store.They will give all the jobs to illegals.I have seen it a million times.
    Look this is what is happening to the Sabah youths of today and the Sabah leaders of tomorrow. The future of Sabah has been sold to the foreigners by today’s politicians,

    Thursday February 25, 2010
    Scores of Sabah youths living like beggars in KL after losing jobs
    By MUGUNTAN VANAR and JOSHUA FOONG

    newsdesk@thestar.com.my
    KOTA KINABALU: They sleep along roadsides, parks or buildings and have to forage for leftover food.
    About 400 homeless Sabah youths are loitering around Jalan Masjid India, the Dayabumi Complex, Klang bus station and Bukit Nanas in Kuala Lumpur.
    Most of them come from the interiors of Sabah. One of the youths, Apai John from Tenom, said he had been without a job for four years.
    Their plight has been highlighted by the Catholic church and NGOs like the Kechara Soup Kitchen Society (KSK) and Street Fellowship.
    The NGOs claimed that the Sabahans roamed the streets and relied on free meals after they lost their jobs or were cheated by bogus employment agents.
    Bleak future: Some of the Sabahans seen loitering nearby Dayabumi Complex. Picture courtesy of Kechara Soup Kitchen Society.
    “Most of them are young – 16 to 25 years old – and are hoping to seek employment in the Klang Valley,” said KSK treasurer Julia Tan who leads her group of volunteers to distribute food to the homeless every Saturday and Sunday.
    “Those who are still unemployed mingle with the homeless in the city,” she added.
    “When I ask them why they choose to stay on, they said there are more opportunities here for them to earn a living,” she added.
    Yang di-Pertua Negri Tun Ahmadshah Abdullah recently said the Sabah government should assist homeless Sabahans to return home if the cases were genuine.
    Chief Minister Datuk Musa Aman said state Community Development and Consumer Affairs Minister Datuk Azizah Mohd Dun and state Resource Development and Information Technology Minister Datuk Dr Yee Moh Chai would investigate the claims.
    “We will come out with some assistance to bring them home,” Musa said.
    “They can then find employment in the state,” he said.
    Musa advised Sabahans to be cautious about agencies offering jobs in other states or overseas.
    “They should only go to government-approved labour agencies.”
    He said some of these youths had become drug addicts.
    “As a result, they have lost their jobs,” Musa said.

    To all Malaysians,
    Please report all corrupted politicians,government officers and private people to the following agencies by phone and by emails,
    1) SPRM at Tel: 1800886000 and email: info@sprm.gov.my
    2) Prime Minister Office at Tel: 0388888000 and email: ppm@pmo.gov.my
    3) Bukit Aman Police at Tel: 0322626222 email: rmp@rmp.gov.my
    4)Registration office: pro@jpn.gov.my
    5)Customs: kastam@customs.gov.my
    6) Bank Negara: fiu@bnm.gov.my
    7)Income Tax: callcentre@hasil.org.my
    8)Home Affairs: pro@mois,gov.my
    9) MITI: webmiti@miti.gov.my
    10) Sabah local police: aduanawam@rmp.gov.my

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