#kerajaangagal29 – Time for the worst Prime Minister and worst government in 63 years to step down and give way to Anwar Ibrahim to be the ninth Prime Minister to fight the Covid-19 pandemic

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The senior minister for security, Ismail Sabri has an early Hari Raya ‘gift’ and Malaysia has been hit with almost 5,000 daily cases of Covid-19 a week before Hari Raya.

He said two days ago that Malaysia could be reaching 5,000 new infections daily after the Hari Raya festivities if the public failed to adhere to the SOPs.
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#kerajaangagal28 – Ban on outdoor exercise under MCO 3.0

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Yesterday, in my hashtag #kerajaangagal27 media statement, I said that Malaysia is suffering from having the worst Prime Minister and the worst government in its 63-year history!

As if keen to establish the truth of my statement, the Muhyiddin government banned outdoor exercises under MCO 3.0.
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#kerajaangagal27 – Will the Speaker, Azhar Harun, henceforth strike out all lewd jokes in Parliament to honour Ain Husniza for her courage and leadership in speaking up against lewd jokes in class?

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Will the Speaker of Parliament, Azhar Harun, henceforth strike out all lewd jokes in Parliament to honour Ain Husnuiza Saiful Nizam for her courage and leadership in speaking up against lewd jokes in class?

This is because Parliament has seen its fair share of offensive utterings against female MPs.
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#kerajaangagal26 – How many more Malay leaders will emulate Rafidah who always thought herself a Malaysian first although she is a Malay

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For former Minister of international trade and industry, Rafidah Aziz, she always thought herself a Malaysian first though she is a Malay.

How many more Malay leaders will emulate Rafidah who always thought herself as Malaysian first although she is a Malay? Read the rest of this entry »

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#kerajaangagal25 – If there is a secret ballot in the bloated Cabinet whether Hamzah Zainuddin should be removed as Home Minister, the unanimous verdict would be a ‘Yes’!

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If there is a secret ballot in the bloated Cabinet whether Hamzah Zainuddin should be removed as Home Minister, the unanimous verdict would be a ‘Yes’!

It is very significant that apart from the PAS Secretary-General and Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department (Law and Parliament) Takikyuddin Hassan, no other Cabinet Minister, including the Prime Minister, had spoken up for Hamzah since he was embroiled in the “CPO interference” scandal a week ago. Read the rest of this entry »

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#kerajaangagal24 – Reaching half-a-million mark for cumulative total of Covid-19 cases and delay in 3rd phase of National Covid-19 Immunisation Programme will be double whammy for Malaysia’s war against Covid-19 pandemic

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Malaysia has a cumulative total of 424,376 Covid-19 cases, overtaking Saudi Arabia which has 422,316 cases, and is now ranked No. 42 among nations in the world with most number of Covid-19 cases.

The country recorded 3,744 new cases yesterday. At this rate of increase, we will reach half a million mark for cumulative total of Covid-19 cases by the end of this month. Read the rest of this entry »

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#kerajaangagal23 – Allahabad High Court rules that death of Covid patients from non-supply of oxygen criminal act, not less than genocide

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Yesterday, I said one of the signs of kakistocracy and justification for the hashtag #kerajaangagal was the disastrous manner in which the government handled communication in the war against Covid-19 pandemic, with the left hand not knowing what the right hand is doing.

This is again illustrated with the imposition of a movement control order (MCO) for six districts in Selangor for 12 days from May 6 to 17.

Although the DAP MP for Bangi and DAP Assistant Director of Political Education, Ong Kian Ming, had cautioned on 1st May that the authorities should not announce any MCO 3.0 in the Klang Valley at the last minute without confirming the SOPs, this blunder was again repeated, resulting in confusion and anxiety all-round. Read the rest of this entry »

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#kerajaangagal22 – Hamzah would have been forced to resign as Home Minister if Malaysia is a normal functioning democracy

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If Malaysia is a normal functioning democracy, Hamzah Zainuddin would have been forced to resign as Home Minister as happened to John Profumo in the United Kingdom in 1963 as Secretary of State for War for the Christine Keeler scandal or Abdul Rahman Talib as Minister for Education in Malaysia in December 1964 when he lost the defamation suit to the People’s Progressive Party leader, D.R.Seenivasagam.

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#kerajaangagal21 – Education Minister should end the denial syndrome over period spot checks and teachers making rape jokes and should appoint officers to launch a campaign to wipe out such practices in schools

Malaysiakini has submitted names of 15 schools where female students were subjected to period spot checks to prove they were menstruating, while a few NGOs have called on students and teachers to stage a walkout of class on May 6 or 7 to demand school reforms over the issue of a teacher making rape jokes to students.

I agree with Saiful Nizam Ab Wahab, the father of a 17-year-old teen, Ain Husniza Saiful Nizam, who exposed a teacher for making a rape joke to students, who doubted that a walkout by teachers and students to protest sexual harassment in schools is the best way of protest. Read the rest of this entry »

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#kerajaangagal20 – Communication a disaster In the war against Covid-19 pandemic in Malaysia

Malaysia is struggling between bringing the third Covid wave – the longest in the world – under control by reducing the daily increase of new Covid-19 cases to triple-digit and then double-digit figures and the full flaring of the fourth Covid wave.

Everybody is scared that Malaysia may go the way of India, where a second wave has created apocalyptic horrors, with grim scenes of people dying in hospital corridors, on roads and in their homes and where car parks have been turned into cremation grounds while desperate families scramble to find oxygen, medicines and hospital beds.
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#kerajaangagal19 – Call on all the seven living ex-IGPs to speak up whether they had faced political interference in appointing State CPOs

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There is now controversy whether the Inspector-General of Police has unfettered power to appoint State Chief Police Officers (CPOs) and whether it is the Home Minister, Hamzah Zainuddin, in his capacity as chairman of the Police Force Commission, who is politically interfering in the matter by usurping the powers and functions of the IGP on the appointment of the State CPOs.

In a recorded phone call, which the Home Minister Hamzah Zainuddin has admitted was his voice and that there was nothing wrong with the phone call, Hamzah reiterated his position that as chairperson of the Police Force Commission, he is responsible for the promotion and placement of police officers, including the appointment of State CPOs. Read the rest of this entry »

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#kerajaangagal18 – Is there a fourth Covid wave in Malaysia, which returned to the dangerous level of daily increase of 3,418 new Covid cases while the highly-infectious Indian double-mutant coronavirus is detected in the country?

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The national sigh of relief because the daily increase of new Covid-19 cases had fallen below the 3,000-mark after three straight days above 3,000 and 13 straight days above 2,000 lasted briefly for a day, when it sprung back to 3,418 cases.

Is Malaysia facing the fourth Covid wave before the third Covid wave – which is already the longest in the world lasting nine months as it started last September – could be fully brought under control by first reducing the daily increase of new Covid-19 cases down to triple-digit and then to double-digit figures? Read the rest of this entry »

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#kerajaangagal17 – If an emergency cannot suspend the Judiciary, how can it suspend Parliament which is the other branch in the tripod of Executive, Legislature and Judiciary in the doctrine of separation of powers?

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The Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department (Parliament and Law) Takiyuddin Hassan has advised heads of services in the government to be more careful when speaking about the law and to refrain from making interpretations based on emotions.

Shouldn’t this apply to Cabinet Ministers, and in particular, to he himself as the Minister in the Prime Minister in charge of law and Parliament?

I want to ask Takiyuddin if an emergency cannot suspend the Judiciary, how can it suspend Parliament which is the other branch in the tripod of Executive, Legislature and Judiciary in the doctrine of separation of powers? Read the rest of this entry »

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#kerajaangagal16 – Musa Hassan should know that just because a wrong was committed in the past, it should not be allowed to continue and the simple truism that two wrongs do not make a right

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I do not know what the former Inspector-General of Police, Tan Sri Musa Hasan is trying to do or say.

He said there was nothing new in politicians interfering with police affairs as it has happened even during his tenure as Inspector-General of Police which disrupted police operations. Read the rest of this entry »

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Call for public inquiry into the shocking allegation of “prison inmates being pepper-sprayed on their privates during quarantine”

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I call for a public inquiry into the shocking allegation of “prison inmates pepper-sprayed on their private parts during quarantine”.

The families of 10 prison inmates have filed police reports after their incarcerated relatives claimed to have been abused while being quarantined at the Jelebu Prison in Negeri Sembilan.
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#kerajaangagal16 – In failing to establish a RCI on IGP Hamid Bador’s serious allegations about corruption and interference with police independence and professionalism, is Muhyiddin a worse Prime Minister than Abdullah Badawi who set up a RCI on Lingam Tapes with regard to illegal fixing of judicial appointments?

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The Inspector-General of Police, Tan Sri Ahmad Hamid Bador is ending his tenure as the No. 1 Policeman in the country on Tuesday with more than a flourish as his farewell press conference on Friday outlined what prevented the Royal Police Force from being an independent, professional and world-class police force and what afflicted the Malaysian society, viz:

1. Political intervention in the police force.
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Deputy IGP Acryl should instruct police to open investigation into IGP Hamid Bador’s various allegations of police corruption and interference with police independence and professionalism if he is not to assume the IGP office on May 4 with the greatest trust deficit

Deputy Inspector-General of Police Acryl Sani Abdullah Sani should instruct police to open investigation into the IGP, Abdul Hamid Bador’s various allegations of police corruption and interference with police independence and professionalism.

Deputy IGP Acryl was reported by Berita Harian as saying that Federal Police have opened an investigation paper into the case of a newsreader who had allegedly made slanderous remarks on television under Section 504 of the Penal Code for intentionally insulting any person with the likelihood that such provocation will break the public peace. Read the rest of this entry »

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#kerajaangagal15 – Covid-19 pandemic: why are we looking at India which set a new world record of daily increase of 402,110 new Covid-19 cases yesterday instead of the successful nations like Thailand, Vietnam or even Singapore?

For the past four days, the Prime Minister, Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin’s speech in his constituency in Bukit Gambir had stuck in my throat.

Speaking at the Gambir State Assemby-level Tahlil ceremony and presentation of Ramadan Al-Mubarak contributions at Masjid Jamek Simpang Lima Darat, Muhyuiddin said he had watched video footage of the current Covid-19 situation in India, which was quite horrific due to the spread of the more aggressive variant, that has claimed more lives. Read the rest of this entry »

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For fifty years, nobody was bothered about the DAP Johore party election but now it is the top national news and focus – that is what Liew Chin Tong has achieved

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For 50 years, nobody was bothered about the DAP Johore party election but now it is the top national news and focus – that is what Liew Chih Tong has achieved.

From the political backwaters as the bulwark of a conservative regime that thrives on the politics of race to a front-line state for change and reform in pursuit of the Malaysian Dream to realize Malaysia’s potential as a world-class great nation – that is what Liew Chin Tong had accomplished in his ten years of political life in Johore! Read the rest of this entry »

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Call on all contending candidates to close ranks and rally behind the leadership of Liew Chin Tong and Teo Nie Ching to take Johore DAP to new heights – which is to be the front-line state for DAP and Pakatan Harapan to win the 15th General Election to begin to fulfil the Malaysian Dream

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I will not be able to attend the Johore DAP State Convention in Batu Pahat on Sunday, May 2, 2021 as I am in Covid-19 quarantine for 10 days from April 30 to May 9.

I would therefore be unable to cast my vote at the Johore DAP State Elections.

I have no Covid-19, but I was in contact with someone tested positive for Covid-19. Read the rest of this entry »

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