USUL UNDI TAK PERCAYA DITERIMA SPEAKER, APA NASIB MUHYIDDIN?

Yahoooo…yahooo…yahooo….

Ramai yang kegembiraan sekarang ini berikutan keputusan Speaker Parlimen, Mohamad Ariff Md Yusof menerima usul undi tidak percaya terhadap Muhyiddin selaku Perdana Menteri dalam Sidang Parlimen pada 18 Mei nanti.

Usul tersebut dikemukakan oleh Ahli Parlimen Langkawi yang juga bekas Perdana Menteri, Tun Mahathir Mohamad.

Dengan usul tersebut, kedudukan Muhyiddin akan dapat dimuktamadkan pada 18 Mei akan datang ini sama ada beliau benar-benar mempunyai sokongan majoriti Ahli-Ahli Parlimen atau sebaliknya.

Apa nasib Muhyiddin dan apa kemungkinan-kemungkinan yang bakal berlaku selepas itu?

Tunggu ulasan selanjutnya selepas ini. (ShahbudinHusin 08/05/2020)

Updated: 8 May 2020 — 4:20 pm

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  1. MAHATHIRVSANWAR

    TOK MUDIN DAH SELAMAT KAN DIRI SENDIRI…..DIA TAK PERLU SELAMAT KAN PARTI…YANG PALING PENTING SELAMAT KAN NEGARA TAPI BELUM TERBUKTI……DIA MUNGKIN BERGABUNG DENGAN MN UNTUK PARTI……

    Pribumi, Umno And PAS Are Fishing In The Same Pond………

    PPBM has a short shelf-life, only until GE15. Once GE15 is announced, the future is so uncertain for PPBM. Pakatan Harapan wants PPBM to ‘come home’. PPBM may need to consider that unless they can make the marriage with Muafakat Nasional work. And currently the Muafakat Nasional-PPBM marriage is not very stable.

    “With his political future unclear, is Azmin looking for support elsewhere?” wrote Zainal Epi in Malay Mail Online (READ HERE).

    And this what a pro-DAP portal said in its article “Gay Senior Minister Azmin Slaughtered Like A Pig – A Slap In The Face For Muhyiddin & Mahathir”:

    Some may not realize that during the period of MCO (movement control order), there has been a quiet – but lethal – competition between two senior ministers to prove their leadership and legitimacy. The two senior ministers were Minister of International Trade and Industry Azmin Ali and Defence Minister Ismail Sabri Yaakob. Mr. Azmin is from Bersatu and Mr. Sabri is one of UMNO warlords.

    When the backdoor Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin announced his Cabinet, his Bersatu party greedily gobbled up 2 of 4 Senior Minister posts. On top of that, the premier had also announced that while the four senior ministers are all “equal”, Azmin will chair Cabinet meetings whenever he is absent. That was as good as saying that Azmin is the de-facto Deputy Prime Minister.

    Azmin, who had not only toppled his own Pakatan Harapan government, but also betrayed his own party PKR to join Bersatu after a political coup, is easily the most hated politician in the country. In fact, people hate him more than UMNO crooks Najib Razak and Zahid Hamidi combined. And the voters can’t wait for the next general election to teach the biggest traitor a lesson.

    And yet another pro-DAP portal said this:

    National Higher Education Fund Corporation (PTPTN) chairperson Wan Saiful Wan Jan is attempting to please his new friends in Umno and once again blaming some leaders of DAP for the fall of Pakatan Harapan government.

    In fact, it was the treachery of those like Wan Saiful that caused the fall of the Harapan government, not the criticisms of DAP leaders. These Bersatu members not only betrayed the voters, but they also betrayed Bersatu’s founder, former prime minister Dr Mahathir Mohamad, by joining hands with the very people the nonagenarian rejected as corrupt.

    Wan Saiful is now conveniently blaming vocal DAP leaders, namely Ronnie Liu and P Ramasamy for the collapse of the Harapan government when the fact is that it was people like Muhyiddin and Azmin Ali who caused the collapse with their treachery against the coalition and Mahathir.

    Muafakat Nasional is building a strong marriage that will bring Umno and PAS to victory in GE15
    Actually, Jews, Christians and Muslims with aqidah would say it was God who brought down Pakatan Harapan because without the will of God it would not have happened. But then how many people nowadays have aqidah? So, they will always look for a scapegoat to blame for the collapse of Pakatan Harapan. Hence the reason for this finger-pointing orgy by the Pakatan Harapan leaders and portals. Everyone else except themselves are to blame.

    What these people should focus on is what happens now rather than wasting time conjuring excuses as to why Pakatan Harapan fell. We know why Pakatan Harapan fell and it is not for all those excuses mentioned above. Plain and simple: Pakatan Harapan fell because they plotted to oust Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad and replace him with Anwar Ibrahim, so Mahathir brought the government down to block Anwar from becoming PM8.

    Of course, none of the Pakatan Harapan people will admit this. They will say this person or that person betrayed them. These Pakatan Harapan people are so dumb, or maybe they think we are the dumb ones. What next? Are they now going to say if we die for Pakatan Harapan there will be 88 virgins waiting for us in heaven?

    Pakatan Harapan refuses to admit the real reason why the government collapsed
    Anyway, the current dilemma facing Perikatan Nasional is that Pribumi, Umno and PAS are all fishing in the same pond. That is the same dilemma that MCA and Gerakan faced, both were fishing in the same pond and there was only one fish to catch.

    It is not so bad for Umno and PAS. The Islamists will vote for PAS while the Nationalists will vote for Umno. And about 60% of the Malays put Islam first while 40% put race first. That was proven in Terengganu and Kelantan where PAS won two-thirds of the 99 state/parliament seats and Umno won one-third.

    In fact, in Terengganu and Kelantan, the 99 state/parliament seats faced three-corner or more contests because PKR, Parti Pribumi Bersatu (PPBM) and Parti Amanah also contested. But PKR, PPBM and Amanah did not win a single seat and Umno-PAS shared out the 99 seats.

    And that is going to be the scenario in GE15 — except this time Umno and PAS will not be going head-to-head but will contest as Muafakat Nasional. So, this mean where Umno is contesting PAS will not contest and vice versa.

    Mahathir had to block Anwar at all costs even if it meant the collapse of the government
    Okay, that settles the matter of Muafakat Nasional. But where will PPBM come in? While Umno will contest where the Malay voters are more nationalistic and PAS will contest where the Malays are more religiously-inclined, where is PPBM going to contest?

    Basically, Muafakat Nasional will have to sedekah (donate) some seats to PPBM — or else PPBM will have to contest in non-Malay areas or where the Malays make up less than 70% of the voters. This will make PPBM a charity case and they will only be able to survive on handouts.

    Can PPBM win in constituencies where the Malay voters are less than 70%? Then there are PKR and Amanah to worry about as well who will contest in those constituencies where the Malay voters are not the kingmakers.

    Yes, PPBM is not multiracial enough to contest in non-Malay constituencies or where the Malays are not predominant. And PPBM is also not Malay or Muslim enough to contest against Umno and PAS.

    Then PPBM faces the problem of many of their leaders are involved in sex scandals. You may say the Umno leaders are involved in corruption scandals but to the Malays that does not matter. Did ex-Selangor MB Harun Idris not win a seat on the Umno Supreme Council while serving a jail sentence for corruption in Pudu Jail?

    PPBM suffers from a serious lack of credibility problem
    Mahathir knows this, which was why he used the sodomy charge against Anwar instead of the many corruption charges he could have used. The corruption charges would not have destroyed Anwar. The sodomy charge did. And that is the same dilemma facing many PPBM leaders (some PPBM leaders who used to be PKR leaders).

    PPBM has a short shelf-life, only until GE15. Once GE15 is announced, the future is so uncertain for PPBM. Pakatan Harapan wants PPBM to ‘come home’. PPBM may need to consider that unless they can make the marriage with Muafakat Nasional work. And currently the Muafakat Nasional-PPBM marriage is not very stable……

  2. Yelaaa.. Bagi PH ada harapan lagi mengambil tampok kepimpinan negara jika ramai MP berpaling tadah. At least UMNO kena tunggu PRU15 barulah solid penentuannya. Kalau PH menang balik bagi DSAI jadi PM. Bukan Tun M lagi. Rakyat nak tengok mandat dapat ditunaikan 100%. Kalau tak rakyat akan sokong UMNO semula demi bangsa Melayu. Rakyat dah serik dengan DAP.

  3. ngape mesti rakyat bergembira dgn undi tdak percaya yg di usualkan oleh mahathir….

    biarkan Moo dan kesundalan2 melayu2 islam terus memerintah, agar rakyat di perlihatkan sundal2 politik yg musFUCKat lakukan hingga pru 15

    tak kemana pun, berlegar2 dlm kolam kecil bak buaya ketandusan sj…

    yg mereka perolehi hanya gahdimah utk menerus menambahkan kilang2 puki dan membiak ‘melayu2 islam’ yg serba kecacatan serba serbi sj.

    walau pun speaker membenarkan usual di bahasakan, tapi kertas kerajaan akan di pentingkan, hingga usul undi tidak percaya tidak ada masa utk di bahas….

    PH patut mencari alternative, focus di sarawak, dan perletakan Voon, Naib Wanita PKR, bermakna Voon mengikut BB utk perkukuhkan PSB. PH patut memulakan perbincang secara positive bersama PSB utk menghadapi pilihan raya negeri….

    ngape di biarkan mahathir utk menjenamakan PH?

    sementara itu, rakyat teruskan melihat kesundalan2 ‘melayu2’ menyundalkan ‘islam’ yg mereka anuti….

  4. MAHATHIRVSANWAR

    PENUNGGANG AGAMA ADALAH MUNAFIK MELAYU YANG UNDI PAKATAN DAPIG PRU-14 HINGGA MENJARAH ASET2 NEGARA…….PEMBANGSAT DAN SESAT SOKONG BAPAK ILLUMINITY MAHA KLEPTOKRAT SKANDAL BERTONG2 SEHINGGA MISKIN KAN NEGARA DENGAN JATUH TERUK NILAI RINGGIT…..

    After Decades Of Abuse Petronas May Finally Be Dying……..

    Petronas has provided a convenient cash drawer for successive administrations over the years in cleaning up financial scandals, including Bank Bumiputra, Malaysian Airlines and the Proton national car project and was used to get Malaysia out of an RM31.5 billion forex scandal perpetrated by Mahathir.
    By: Murray Hunter, Asia Sentinel

    The ability of Malaysia’s national oil company Petronas to continue as a major revenue provider to the national budget is quickly waning, raising the specter of reduced spending, which in turn would mean cancellation of infrastructure works and health and education services, as well as trimming the bloated civil service, as potential nightmare options.

    Oil and gas contributions to federal government revenue through petroleum income taxes, dividends and royalties averaged RM53.7 billion (US$12.1 billion at current rates), or 31.6 percent of the total between 2005 and 2015, peaking at 41.3 percent in 2009. This fell to 23 percent in 2019 and is expected to fall much further with both demand and the price of oil dropping below the floor due to the Coronavirus crisis.

    In addition, Petronas has provided a convenient cash drawer for successive administrations over the years in cleaning up financial scandals, including Bank Bumiputra, Malaysian Airlines and the Proton national car project. Petronas provided the money to build some of former Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamed’s most grandiose projects, including the KL Twin Towers, the Putra Jaya administrative capital and bring Formula One racing in Malaysia.

    Petronas was used to get Malaysia out of an RM31.5 billion forex scandal perpetrated by Mahathir
    Petronas was used to get Malaysia out of an RM31.5 billion forex scandal perpetrated by Mahathir in the early 1990s in which the financier George Soros outfoxed Bank Negara, making billions and earning Mahathir’s eternal antagonism. It paid off US$800 million in losses from Mahathir’s ill-fated Perwaja Steel project. In 1998, it bailed out Mahathir’s eldest son Mirzan, purchasing his Konsortium Perkapalan for US$226 million and assuming debts of more than US$324 million. It also awarded in 2012 an RM700 contract to a firm in which Mahathir’s other son Mokhzani was a vice president.

    The energy giant, which would become a world player in petroleum markets, was established just after the New Economic Policy (NEP) was crafted in 1971 to enhance bumiputra involvement within the economy. Petronas wrenched control of Malaysian oilfields from Royal Dutch Shell under nationalistic fervor. Through political maneuvering led by the inaugural chairman and UMNO politician Tengku Razaleigh Hamzah, it took control over the rights to Sabah and Sarawak’s oil reserves in exchange for a 5 percent oil royalty, which has been a subject of controversy for years.

    Today, however, the pride and financial backstop of the federal government is suffering from the sudden crash in demand for oil and gas caused by the reaction to the advent of the coronavirus. This is on top of other issues facing the company, including delays in the rollout of projects, and lackluster downstream activity performance.

    Petronas purchased Mirzan’s Konsortium Perkapalan for US$226 million and assuming debts of more than US$324 million
    In the federal government, Petronas also now faces a principal stakeholder that has been used to a steady revenue stream. This is particularly the case when Malaysian national budgets of late have been in deficit. Public debt has grown to 52.5 percent of the nominal gross domestic product as of December 2019. Finance minister Tengku Zafrul Tengku Abdul Aziz just announced that Malaysia’s 2020 budget deficit will rise to 4.7 percent of GDP because of the RM260 billion package to counter the economic effects of the coronavirus crisis.

    This figure could be expected to further blow out as growth and revenue projections are not met due to economic contraction resulting from the extended time of the Movement Control Order (MCO). The government, realizing this, is now very quickly trying to get the economy operating once again to prevent further financial stress upon the national budget.

    Petronas has a number of serious issues to contend with, which cannot be ignored in the uncertain coronavirus environment. Oil and gas reserves are quickly depleting. Former economic affairs minister Azmin Ali last year, in answer to a parliamentary question, stated that Malaysia’s oil reserves are expected to last based on current production, only for another 10 years. This is probably a pessimistic estimate, particularly when Petronas is cutting production by half from May, and any return to previous demand levels may take a long time. This will eat deeply into the company’s revenue for months, if not years to come.

    Petronas has been expanding its production capacity through the purchase of a stake in Brazil’s Petroleo Brasileiro SA oil production, Argentina’s Vaca Muerta shale oil fields, a future oil drilling contract in 10 offshore fields in Mexico, and existing fields in Vietnam.

    In recognition of the need to diversify, Petronas over the last decade and a half attempted to develop its retail presence across the ASEAN region. The Petronas foray into retail petrol kiosks led to a disappointing start-up and sell-off in Cambodia, Indonesia and Thailand. The company has also skirmished into property, mainly local Malaysian developments, and entered and exited the private hospital industry with its sale of Putra Place Medical Centre a few years ago to Khazanah.

    Mahathir’s many scandals revealed by Lim Kit Siang which Petronas covered
    Petronas entered the lubricants business in 2008, producing and distributing motor, agricultural, and ancillary oils, distributing them across 27 countries. Although Petronas lubricants are the title sponsor of the F1 Mercedes-AMG Petronas motorsports team, the brand is still within the ruck of brands, far out of reach of market leadership within a highly competitive market. Although the downstream business grew by 11 percent in sales value last year, it represents only 8 percent of group revenue.

    Petronas is not experiencing a smooth rollout in its development projects. A venture into Canada to build a pipeline to exploit natural gas reserves, after purchasing Progress Energy Resources for US$6 billion back in 2012, has been met with delays over native titles and environmental impact studies, drawing out costs without incoming revenues. It has also caused local controversy in Canada by offshoring rig construction to China. Green advocates, Ecojustice and Sierra Club have taken Petronas Canada to court over environmental assessments.

    The Pengerang Integrated Complex in Johor recently experienced an explosion, fire, and death of five workers. Repairs to this plant are delayed due to the current difficulty of getting replacement parts from China, thus delaying the rollout of this recently commissioned plant to full production.

    Perhaps one of the most fundamental problems with Petronas is the lack of ethnic diversity of the board of directors and senior management. All top positions within Petronas, excepting one person, are Malays. It is a group that is the cream of the Malay business elite, who are recruited and nurtured through a scholarship scheme that recruits those connected with the Malay elite circles and from professional middle-class family backgrounds.

    Although one could congratulate Petronas as being one of the success stories of the NEP, the resulting conservative management establishment is more akin to a civil service rather than a corporation. This weakness will be very challenging in a time where the evolution of the coronavirus crisis will dictate uncertainty well into next year. Even core drilling operations within Malaysian waters are under potential threat from the Chinese Coast Guard as recently reported in Asia Sentinel.

    Petronas has slipped from 68th in the Global Fortune 500 during 2012-14, to 158th last year. The company has also slipped from being the largest producer of LNG to fifth. Racial politics has slipped into business decision making within distributorships, trading, and retail, sheltering management from experience necessary to deal within open business environments.

    Perwaja was a disaster from the word go
    During the last few months of Mahathir’s second stint as prime minister, he tried to look at possible ways Petronas could raise funds. One of his ideas was to break up Petronas into smaller business units, the Petronas Chemicals Group, Petronas Carigali, and Petronas Gas, selling equity off to Sabah and Sarawak state governments.

    As the US-based Energy International Administration (EIA) forecast that demand for oil would drop to 95.5 million barrels per day from the 105 million average during 2019, Petronas has just raised USD $6 billion in two bond issues to refinance subsidiaries, capital expenditure, working capital, and general corporate expenditures.

    In Kuching, the High Court ordered Petronas on May 5 to pay RM1.3 billion in state sales taxes from 2018 on sales to the Sarawak government, following the dismissal of Petronas’ application to stay the implementation order, issued by the Comptroller of state sales tax. Petronas tried to suspend this payment on the grounds that it would suffer financial hardship, and that its ability to pay dividends to the federal government would be affected.

    Financial performance within the international oil and gas industry looks uncertain and fragile. ExxonMobil reported its first quarterly loss since 1999, Shell has cut its dividend to preserve cash, announcing austerity measures aimed at increasing liquidity. With crude prices around $20 plus per barrel, the oil market is almost totally at the mercy of the pandemic, with a glut of oil in storage to keep prices depressed for some months into the future.

    With tourism, air transport, and logistics depressed, national governments, including Malaysia will have to go deeper into deficit financing to pump their respective economies.

    This is a dilemma for Petronas which will be under extreme pressure to pay some form of dividend to help the government manage the forthcoming budget. Without help from Petronas, the finance minister will have to canvas a reintroduction of the GST, maybe even at a higher rate than previously, increases of income and corporate tax, and even the introduction of new taxes. The company has been a major contributor to Malaysia’s wealth. However, times are changing where it may not be a dependable lifeline for much longer…..

  5. A gullible Muhyiddin who unsuspectingly bought Azmin the deserter’s well thoughtout plan to free himself from the claws of Anwar and get banded himself with robbers and religious peddlers to grab power only to face the harsh realities and the truths.

    As regard his fate, he reaps what he sows.

  6. MAHATHIRVSANWAR

    MASIH ADA LAGI PERCAYA PHD4PIG MAKHLUK PEROSAK DAN PENJARAH HARTA NEGARA…… MEREKA TAK SERIK WALAUPUN DAH DITUNJUK PHD4PIG AKAN TARING DAN KUKU SERTA MUKA HODOH SEBENAR MEREKA…… BAGAIKAN GADIS CINTAKAN PEROGOL……

    Parti Politik Perlu Bermuafakat, Kasihanilah Rakyat…….

    Tidak bolehkah kita semua tunggu sehingga perang menentang Covid-19 dimenangi atau sekurang-kurangnya sehingga krisis pandemik ini berjaya dikawal. Kemudian, usulkanlah apa pun yang mahu diusulkan di Dewan Rakyat. Apa yang ditakutkan? Jika berasa ada cukup sokongan untuk mengubah kerajaan, adalah sokongan itu.

    Mohd Hisham Malek

    Ketika perang menentang pandemik Covid-19 masih berterusan, muncul kembali terma ‘usul percaya’ dan ‘usul tidak percaya’ menjelang persidangan Dewan Rakyat pada 18 Mei ini.
    Satu usul sudah dikemukakan Ahli Parlimen Semporna, Datuk Seri Mohd Shafie Apdal yang juga Presiden Parti Warisan Sabah, mendakwa Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad mempunyai sokongan majoriti ahli Dewan Rakyat untuk menjadi Perdana Menteri.

    Namun usul itu dilaporkan ditolak oleh Speaker Dewan Rakyat, Tan Sri Mohamad Ariff Md Yusof berikutan penjelasan yang dinyatakan tidak selari dengan Perkara 43 Perlembagaan Persekutuan kerana mempertikai kuasa Yang di-Pertuan Agong dalam urusan jawatan Perdana Menteri.

    Bagi penulis, isu usul percaya atau tidak percaya bukan persoalan ketika ini.

    Persoalannya adalah adakah tindakan itu wajar dilakukan semasa negara masih dibelenggu masalah dan krisis lebih besar berbanding siapa yang lebih layak menjadi Perdana Menteri.

    Adakah perang melawan Covid-19 yang sudah meragut lebih 100 nyawa di Malaysia dilihat sebagai perkara enteng?

    Adakah terdesak benar negara kita mahukan seorang pemimpin baharu ketika Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin dilihat berjaya melaksanakan tanggunjawabnya dengan berkesan dalam memimpin kerajaan dan mengetuai ‘perang’ melawan virus maut ini?

    Penulis tertanya-tanya kenapa isu usul percaya atau tidak percaya berkaitan kepemimpinan negara tidak ditangguhkan seketika, tunggulah sehingga krisis Covid-19 reda.

    Ketika jentera kerajaan bergerak lancar di ‘medan perang’, kenapa tumpuan mereka mahu diganggu dengan isu politik yang tidak berkesudahan sejak dua tahun perubahan kerajaan.

    Adakah rakyat peduli siapa pun jadi Perdana Menteri andai ancaman Covid-19 menjadi-jadi semula nanti akibat ketamakan kuasa orang politik yang lebih pentingkan diri sendiri?

    Bagaimana pula nanti dengan dasar-dasar ekonomi andai kerajaan tidak stabil akibat gangguan-gangguan yang tidak perlu, sedangkan usaha terbaik perlu digerakkan bagi memulihkan ekonomi yang terjejas akibat Covid-19.

    Dalam menghadapi krisis, keputusan penting berkaitan dasar atau apa sahaja yang perlu harus dibuat secepat mungkin, tidak boleh dibebankan kepada pegawai-pegawai kerajaan atau bertawakal mengharapkan keajaiban.

    Sebab itu, penulis melihat cubaan pihak-pihak, sama ada PH atau blok tertentu yang mahu menyingkirkan Perdana Menteri melalui usul di Dewan Rakyat sebagai tindakan pentingkan diri sendiri.

    Sekali lagi, penulis mahu bertanya. Tidak bolehkah kita semua tunggu sehingga perang menentang Covid-19 dimenangi atau sekurang-kurangnya sehingga krisis pandemik ini berjaya dikawal.

    Kemudian, usulkanlah apa pun yang mahu diusulkan di Dewan Rakyat.

    Apa yang ditakutkan? Jika berasa ada cukup sokongan untuk mengubah kerajaan, adalah sokongan itu.

    Apa yang dikhuatirkan adalah tindakan sebegini boleh menyebabkan Parlimen tergantung dan mungkin memaksa pilihan raya umum diadakan lagi walaupun baru dua tahun rakyat mengundi.

    Andai itu berlaku, apa akan jadi kepada rakyat?

    Andai ia berlaku ketika perang menentang Covid-19 masih berlanjutan, bagaimana dengan kos rawatan perubatan, pembelian peralatan serta lain-lain keperluan.

    Buat masa ini, cubalah bermuafakat, kasihanilah rakyat.

  7. Cannot understand why Dr M is keen to take back the government. At the rate the oil prices are falling and how ridiculous the PN government is in giving GLC posts to MPs without qualifications and experience, the ship will tenggelam even faster. Malaysia can only be saved if we go back to meritocracy otherwise it will be a failed state. PASUMNO can only syiok sendiri for awhile….

  8. Selepas gagal mengisytiharkan diri sbg pm8, dia telah berjaya mengistiharkan diri sebagai ketua pembangkang. Tahniah.

    Kihkihkih

    1. Pembetulan. Dia tidak isytiharkan diri dia PM8 tapi diisytiharkan qkH2uoleh Majlis Presiden PH. Dia masih dlm penjara masa tu.

  9. Kalau dah memang tabiat semulajadi saka tua ni suka menjatuhkan PM, bila dia sendiri jd PM, kerajaan dia sendiri pun dia sanggup jatuhkan.

    Kihkihkih

  10. Selagi saka tua tu ada dlm parlimen, selagi tu negara tak aman tenteram. Halau masa PRU, barulah muktamad.

  11. Tolak kerajaan PHDAP komunis

    Support TSMY .. pemimpin yang boleh dipercayai. Jangan percayakan PHDAP dan Tun serta Anwar..

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      Sah Mahdzir terajui TNB, Tajuddin ketuai Prasarana

      Haspaizi Zain

      Diterbitkan 47 minit lepas
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      Dikemas kini dengan laporan penuh.
      Naib Presiden Umno Mahdzir Khalid hari ini diumumkan sebagai Pengerusi Tenaga Nasional Berhad (TNB).

      Anggota Majlis Tertinggi Umno, Tajuddin Abdul Rahman pula dilantik sebagai pengerusi Prasarana Sdn Bhd.

      Depa dua ni pun pecaya muhyiddin…very good

    2. Kau nak Percaya raja pelahap duit 1mdb ke?? Atau nak pecaya semburit?? Atau percaya lebai ahli tetap syurga??

    3. PH mungkin tak mengundi bersama TunM.

  12. Selagi PAN/DAP & Atok ada dlm parlimen, selagi itu rakyat tak senang. Hanya dgn PRU shj boleh keluarkan mereka dari parlimen.

  13. Mudah-mudahan parlimen dibubarkan
    Rakyat tak sabar nak tunjuk kuasa
    Rakyat dah tak sabar nak halau PH
    Org Islam tak sabar nak halau PAN

    1. Kerajaan tebuk atap nak rakyat simpan lagi ke?? Xada pun rakyat undi geng tebuk atap suh jadi kerajaan

      Ade ke??

    2. Dah penat berbaris untuk mengundi. Kalau ditakdir PRU15 berlaku dalam tempuh PKP tentu perbarisan sangat panjang jarak satu meter seorang just imagine. Bila menang lompat. Ada tak terfikir calon bertanding hanya guna parti tertentu sebab dia rasa boleh menang, bila menang kalau tak dapat jawatan menteri atau apa ka asal gaji besar lompat, janji banyak masyuuk.

  14. MAHATHIRVSANWAR

    PATUT BAPAK KAPITALIS SOKONG PN TAPI DIA LEBIH CONDONG KEPADA PH….DIA LEBIH SUKA REGIME DAJJAL YAKJUJ MAKJUJ……BIAR CEPAT BUBAR PARLIAMEN SUPAYA TIDAK TIMBUL LAGI BANYAK TOHMAHAN……

    PH Cutting Its Nose To Spite Own Face…….

    What is the justification to spend hundreds of millions for a snap poll that not only sucks up our resources at a time of national economic crisis, but also exposes voters to unnecessary health risks when they take part in the electoral process?

    Randhir Singh, Free Malaysia Today

    Like millions of others, I voted for Pakatan Harapan (PH) during the last general election. So, I was naturally upset when Perikatan Nasional (PN) robbed away the voters’ duly-elected government to form a backdoor one.

    Now, as the country is in the thick of fighting this Covid-19 pandemic, there’s talk of yet another coup from PH to snatch back power during the May 18 Dewan Rakyat session by way of a no-confidence motion against the prime minister.

    Malaysian Covid-19 patients are dying, jobs are lost and the economy is going to tank, and all the politicians can think of is their self interests.

    I am all in favour of testing the legitimacy of the Muhyiddin Yassin administration in Parliament, but does it have to be now?
    The movement control order (MCO) is not even over yet and the knives are already out. Don’t we already have enough drama since the Sheraton Move followed by the pandemic blowing up in our face?

    Shouldn’t the welfare of our citizens take precedence over the interests of power-grabbing politicians?

    Even if the move fails, it is already an unnecessary distraction. If it is able to remove Muhyiddin as PM, we will have a period with no policy guidance on health and the economy during this unprecedented national crisis.

    While bureaucrats like Health director-general Dr Noor Hisham Abdullah is doing a sterling job, there are some decisions that require policy intervention, which is beyond the ordinary job scopes of the civil service.

    Can we afford to have the country on “standby” mode just to fulfill the lust of a few?

    God forbid if the move ends up with the dissolution of Parliament. What is the justification to spend hundreds of millions for a snap poll that not only sucks up our resources at a time of national economic crisis, but also exposes voters to unnecessary health risks when they take part in the electoral process?

    PH’s recklessness in wanting to regain Putrajaya by any means has only revealed their true colours.

    Spoiling for a fight when your political enemies have their hands full taking care of the people you pledge to represent is ironic bordering on the hypocritical.

    There is a time to fight and there is a time to hold back. There is no need for PH to cut its nose to spite its own face.

    Because if they do, it’s a face voters will remember to punish at the ballot box, whether in a matter of weeks or years to come.

  15. Cuma sandiwara…

  16. mintri undang2 awal sudah menggelupur takot jawatan hilang…usul kerajaa. tebuk atap lebih penting katanya tp sidang nk wat sehari…lawak la plak mintri oiii

  17. Elok sgt lah. Biar pru15 menentukan. Biar rakyat senang halau PH terutama barua2 dr PAN, PKR, ppbm & DAP secara terhormat.
    Sokong bubar parlimen.

    1. Maka ramailah yang tidak dapat tidur malam. Elok juga sebab boleh buat qiamu ramadan dan berdoa banyak-banyak.

  18. Semoga berbahagia mat min…

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