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Hari ini adalah perbicaraan kes penahanan ISA saya di Mahkamah Tinggi di Jalan Duta. Saya saman Ketua Polis Negara, Menteri Dalam Negeri, Inspektor E (yang menahan saya) dan kerajaan Malaysia kerana mereka menahan saya di bawah ISA pada 12 September 2008, dan saya ditahan selama 7 hari.

Saya telah memberi kenyataan saya pada dua bulan yang lepas. Hari ini Mahkamah mendengar kenyataan daripada para pegawai polis yang terlibat dalam penahanan saya.

Saya berpeluang berjumpa dengan pegawai polis daripada Cawangan Khas yang terlibat dalam penahanan saya 6 tahun yang lepas. Mereka telah pun naik pangkat dan kelihatan lebih tua berbanding dengan 6 tahun yang lepas.

Dalam perbicaraan hari ini, peguam saya Sankara Nair tanya Inspektor E yang tangkap saya di hadapan kondominium saya samada saya kelihatan takut apabila ditahan oleh beliau, beliau berkata dia tidak nampak ketakutan saya tapi dia nampak kemarahan saya :-))

Perbicaraan akan disambung besok pagi di mahkamah lagi.

 

PKR president Dr Wan Azizah Wan Ismail has majority in the Selangor state assembly to become the next menteri besar after two PAS state assemblypersons expressed their backing for her.

PAS’ Morib rep Hasnul Baharuddin (left) and Hulu Kelang rep Saari Sungib were both present at the Empire Hotel in Subang where Wan Azizah held a press conference this afternoon.

Support from the two PAS reps would mean that Wan Azizah now has 30 state assemblypersons backing her in the 56-member assembly, following all PKR and DAP assemblypersons declaring their support earlier.
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A Form 5 student in Penang is being investigated under the Sedition Act after he “liked” a Facebook page titled “I Love Israel”.

State police chief Datuk Abdul Rahim Hanafi said the case is being probed under Section 4 (1) of the Act.

The student attends a school in Taman Tasek Mutiara, where he is now embroiled in a controversy after his liking of the page became known to one of his teachers.

The teacher shared it on her Facebook page, criticising the student, attracting criticism and threats from other Facebook users.

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It was reported in today’s Chinapress Daily that Malaysia Pineapple Industry Board ( MPIB) director general Sahdan Salim said that if China continues to delay the import of Malaysia pineapples in next month’s bilateral negotiations, Malaysia may ban the import of mandarin oranges from China early next year.

He said that due to bureaucratic issues, export of pineapples to China has not materialized after 4 years of talks between Malaysia and China.

While there is a need for both nations to iron out the bureaucratic issues, the talk or idea of banning import of China’s mandarin oranges as a counter measure should not have been considered for two reasons.
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SHAH ALAM, Aug 12 — Tan Sri Khalid Ibrahim said today he has sacked all six state executive councillors from PKR and DAP, purportedly for refusing to cooperate with him as Selangor mentri besar.

He said the Selangor Sultan has given his consent on the matter, and that official letters have been sent to five out of six state executive councillors this evening.

“These excos have made several statements and signed a letter for a bloc to be made for the purpose of decreasing the effectiveness of the exco.

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Press Statement By DAP Secretary-General Lim Guan Eng In Kuala Lumpur On 12.8.2014.
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PAS Has To State Whether They Support UMNO’s Position In Giving Unconditional Support To Tan Sri Khalid Ibrahim To Continue As Selangor Menteri Besar.

August 17th’s PAS central leadership meeting has often been cited as the decisive date for the fate and future of Pakatan Rakyat that comprises PAS, DAP and PKR. If PAS refuses to endorse a change of the Selangor Menteri Besar, by replacing Tan Sri Khalid Ibrahim with PKR’s choice of PKR President Datuk Seri Wan Azizah Wan Ismail, this will immediately lead to a break-up and end of PR both in Selangor and nationally.

However PAS can no longer wait until 17 August following the statement by Deputy UMNO President Tan Sri Muhyidin Yassin, that UMNO’s 12 Assemblymen will give full and unconditional support to Khalid to continue as Menteri Besar. Instead PAS has to immediately state whether they support UMNO’s position in giving unconditional support to Tan Sri Khalid Ibrahim to continue as Selangor Menteri Besar.
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Lim Kit Siang has called on Pakatan Rakyat Selangor assemblymen to state whether or not they supported Tan Sri Abdul Khalid Ibrahim, following Barisan Nasional’s declaration of support for the embattled menteri besar.

The DAP parliamentary leader said that it was “urgent and imperative” that the 43 assemblymen, including 15 reps from PAS, who have yet to decide on the issue.

“With the declaration by Deputy Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin that the 12 Barisan Nasional Selangor representatives will give their unconditional support to Khalid to continue as the Selangor MB, it is urgent and imperative for all 43 PR Selangor assemblymen from PKR, DAP and PAS to state their stand on the issue,” he said in a statement today.

Time, the DAP adviser said, was of the essence as the Selangor MB crisis and political situation had developed at a rapid pace.

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PKR today expelled Tan Sri Abdul Khalid Ibrahim for disobeying party orders to make way for party president Datuk Seri Dr Wan Azizah Wan Ismail as the new Selangor menteri besar, raising the question if there is a Pakatan Rakyat (PR) government in Selangor.

The party leadership council met at 3pm to deliberate the issue. Khalid is not a member of the top decision-making body in the party but he had earlier tried to stop any discussion on his position.

The Port Klang assemblyman and also Bandar Tun Razak MP had sent a legal letter demanding that PKR not discuss his position as Selangor mentri besar until he had a chance to defend himself at the party’s disciplinary committee meeting.

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