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Friday, 26 June 2015

SURAT RoS YANG MENGESAHKAN PRESIDEN MIC G.PALANIVEL BUKAN LAGI AHLI MIC.


Pendaftar Pertubuhan (RoS) semalam mengesahkan Datuk Seri G Palanivel bukan lagi ahli parti India dalam komponen Barisan Nasional (BN) itu iaitu MIC dan mengisytiharkan pesaingnya Datuk Seri Dr S Subramaniam sebagai pemangku presiden.

“RoS dalam surat yang dialamatkan kepada CWC 2009 hari ini mengenal pasti Datuk Seri G Palanivel bukan lagi ahli MIC mengikut Artikel 91 perlembagaan parti.

“RoS juga mengiktiraf akibat pengesahan itu Datuk Seri Dr Subramaniam akan bertindak atas kapasiti pemangku presiden memimpin CWC 2009 untuk menjalankan pemilihan semula MIC seperti yang diputuskan RoS,”

Subramaniam dan Palanivel berbalah mengenai kepimpinan MIC selepas pemilihan parti yang kontroversi pada November 2013, di mana keputusannya dibatalkan RoS dan kemudian mengarahkan parti itu mengadakan pemilihan semula.

Palanivel dan 4 yang lain mengambil tindakan undang-undang terhadap RoS dan semalam gagal memperoleh perintah interim terhadap keputusan mahkamah yang berpihak kepada arahan RoS supaya pemilihan semula diadakan.

Subramaniam juga sebelum ini mengisytiharkan Palanivel bukan lagi ahli, memetik perlembagaan MIC mengenai ahli yang mengambil tindakan undang0undang terhadap parti.

Subramaniam baru-baru ini juga mengumumkan RoS memberikan MIC tempoh lanjutan hingga Oktober untuk mengadakan pemilihan semula.

6 comments:

  1. APA lagi G18. Masuk MIC lah. Tak payah buat parti baru

    Phahrulnival
    Champion Pasmacha

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    1. Hahaha..betul-betul betul
      jimat belanja buat bendera baru senang pakai hok mic..

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  2. Gerakan harapan bau dlm English orang panggil New Hope Movement.

    Nama macam siri supernatural yg 2 beradik liigan hantu (jebon)

    HoneyPhah Mordent
    Supernatural fan
    Hunter of Hantu(Jebon)

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  3. To resolve Selangor crisis, Khalid says willing to be MB again

    By Shazwan Mustafa Kamal




    Friday June 26, 2015
    06:54 AM GMT+8




    Tan Sri Khalid Ibrahim was sacked from PKR last year in a leadership putsch that cost him the mentri besar post. ― File picKUALA LUMPUR, June 26 ― Tan Sri Khalid Ibrahim has offered to resume the post of the Selangor mentri besar to end the current uncertainty over Pakatan Rakyat’s (PR) rule in the state.

    Khalid, who was sacked from PKR last year in a leadership putsch that cost him the mentri besar post, said, however, that he would only consider making a comeback if he wins a vote of confidence in the state assembly with a simple majority.

    “Yes I am willing (to return) to ensure that Selangor is administered with transparency, accountability, competency and is free from corruption,” the Port Klang assemblyman told Malay Mail Online.

    Khalid added that he was not interested in petty politics, but wanted to do what he could to ensure that the needs of the people in Selangor are cared for.

    The three-party PR coalition currently holds the majority in Selangor with 43 state seats, with DAP and PAS each having 15 seats while PKR holds 13 more.

    Barisan Nasional (BN) has 12 seats in Selangor, while Khalid is the state’s sole independent lawmaker.

    Although PKR holds the least number of seats among PAS, PKR and DAP, the party’s deputy president Azmin Ali was picked to replace Khalid last September as Selangor mentri besar following a consensus agreement by all three parties.

    Apart from the hudud controversy, Khalid’s ouster has also been blamed for the souring of ties between PAS and DAP, which led to the former party’s decision earlier this month to end its working relationship with the latter.

    Although yet to be endorsed by PAS’s Syura Council, which is expected to meet this week, the fallout between DAP and PAS has thrown PR’s rule in Selangor into a state of uncertainty.

    Without PAS’s numbers, PKR and DAP’s assemblymen only occupy 28 seats or exactly half the 56-seat assembly and short of a demonstrable majority needed to govern the state.

    With his position as MB possibly in jeopardy, Azmin has since disagreed with DAP’s claim that PR is dead, insisting instead to stand by his party leadership’s assertion that although PAS and DAP have parted ways, the pact still exists in spirit.

    However, the Sultan has the authority to call for a state election should he find that Azmin no longer has the support of the majority in the state assembly.

    Aiding Azmin’s position is the fact that PR is ― or was ― an informal pact that exists only in name and is not an official entity in the same manner as BN.

    Last week, Khalid alleged that Selangor residents are being made to pay by PR whose political intrigue now puts the state at risk of snap polls.

    Khalid said the three parties were disregarding the interests of the state and its residents in the pursuit of their own.

    “Excessive political manoeuvring and shenanigans have again taken the priority over the wellbeing and welfare of the Selangor people,” he was quoted as saying by the New Straits Times.

    “Greed, insensitivity and lack of magnanimity all are ingredients for deep distrust, non-cooperation and finally a fallout. Sadly in the end, the rakyat are the biggest losers,” Khalid added.

    DAP and PAS, have been at loggerheads for nearly a year now, with the former accusing the Islamist party’s leadership of breaking ranks during last year’s Selangor mentri besar crisis and unilaterally pursuing the implementation of Islamic penal law or hudud in Kelantan
    - See more at: http://www.themalaymailonline.com/malaysia/article/to-resolve-selangor-crisis-khalid-says-willing-to-be-mb-again#sthash.GYFuUIEl.dpu

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    1. Hahahaaaaaaa.

      Ini berita baik buat OK.

      Tahniah OK kerana kerja keras anda sudah menampakan hasil.

      Sekian, terima kasih.

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