Thursday, 27 September 2012

PAKATAN’S NEW DEAL FOR SABAH, S’WAK





PLEDGE.....The Pakatan 2013 Budget is also a pledge for a New Deal for Sabah and Sarawak, comprising five elements.

By : LIM KIT SIANG

The Pakatan Rakyat’s 2013 Budget recognises and addresses the three “Cs” of corruption, crime and competitiveness – the trio of problems which are the bane of the Malaysian economy.

If unresolved, will condemn the country to  mediocrity and even towards the direction of  a failed state. The Pakatan 2013 Budget is also a pledge for a New Deal for Sabah and Sarawak, comprising five elements:

Reaffirmation of the Kuching Declaration of Pakatan Rakyat of Sept 16, 2012 to fulfil the hopes and aspirations of the people of Sabah and Sarawak in terms of infrastructure development and protection of their fundamental rights in forming Malaysia 49 years ago in 1963;

Pakatan Rakyat pledge to honour the increase of petroleum royalty to Sabah and Sarawak (as well as to Terengganu and Kelantan, the other  oil producing states) from 5 to 20%;

Establishment of state-owned second-tier oil and gas companies for Sabah and Sarawak (as well as Terengganu, Kelantan and other oil producing states) to benefit from the financial investments made into marginal fields through risk-sharing contracts (RSCs). The state-owned oil and gas companies will be nurtured to be able to compete internationally in the future in anticipation of reduced reserves in Malaysia;

A complete and upgraded Pan-Borneo Highway connecting Kuching to Kota Kinabalu and the east coast of Sabah to bring development in Sabah and Sarawak to be at par with Peninsular Malaysia; and

Assess the financial impact and viability of upgrading and extending the rail network in Sabah and Sarawak.

27 comments:

  1. So to all people to read and also review what the opposition are saying about our government. All of that just a rumours actually.

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  2. PR is not necessary to provide a variety of promises to the people of Sabah and Sarawak. They actually know what is best for them.

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  3. We can see now with different promises given by DAP to Sabah and Sarawak. All of this just to attract people to support DAP.

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    1. Janji yang bertujuan untuk menambat hati rakyat harus dielakkan.

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  4. Dasar-dasar kerajaan yang berdasarkan merit dan keperluan dan bukannya bangsa. Undi dengan bijak orang.

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  5. Ini hanyalah gimik untuk mendapatkan orang-orang yang mengundi untuk mereka. Tidak dinafikan lagi mengenai perkara ini. Maka berhati-hatilah dengan pembangkang ini.

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    1. jgnlah mudah percaya, kena bijak menilai.

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  6. 20% saja? kalau rakyat sabah mahu 100% macamana? sebab memang hak rakyat sabah pun...

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  7. janji pakatan ni tidak menarik minat rakyat sabah...

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    1. Macam nampak sangat untuk pancing undi:P

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  8. Rakyat janganlah mudah terpengaruh. Pastikan kita berfikir secara matang sebelum membuat sebarang kesimpulan.

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    1. Rakyat harus bijak menilai sama ada janji yang dibuat dapat ditunaikannya.

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  9. Prime Minister showed the world how his country can spend big and yet cut fiscal deficit as he presented a 251.6-billion ringgit budget for next year amid a weakening global economy

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    1. Najib is confident that higher income can be expected from economic growth that will be able to fund populist spending such as cash handouts to the poor.

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    2. Government revenue is expected to rise to 208.6 billion ringgit from this year’s 207.2 billion ringgit on optimism that the economy will grow between 4.5% and 5.5%. This year’s growth is expected at between 4.5% and 5%.

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    3. Najib can trim next year’s fiscal deficit by half a percent to 4%, beating most economists’ forecasts including the 4.2% forecast by the United Overseas Bank. In so doing, he has shown that his government will keep to its target of reducing the budget deficit to 3% by 2015.

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    4. About 4.3m poor households will receive a second cash handout of 500 ringgit each and 2.7m single people will get 250 ringgit each. These cash handouts will cost the government 3 billion ringgit.

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  10. Najib looks set to deliver more if his party is retained as he is a leader with a very strong will to lead

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    1. Najib, who is also Finance Minister, announced perks to boost investments designed to further advance the Economic Transformation Programme (ETP) and achieve the objectives of Malaysia becoming a high-income nation.

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    2. one-and-a-half month bonus for civil servants showed the willingness of the government to allocate substantial funds for the benefit of civil servants, especially those low and middle income earners.

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    3. Many people welcomed the government’s initiative to narrow the development gap between East and West Malaysia.

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    4. Datuk Seri Shahrizat Abdul Jalil has described the 2013 Budget as well rounded and in line with the needs and aspiration of the people from all stratas of life.

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    5. UMNO Sabah semakin dicabar parti lain.

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  11. janji PR hanya untuk dptkan sokongan penduduk Sabah dan Sarawak.

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  12. The Pakatan 2013 Budget is also a pledge for a New Deal for Sabah and Sarawak

    Janji pakatan pembangkang merupakan satu janji yang dibuat semata-mata bertujuan menarik populariti dan meraih undi walaupun sebenarnya ia tidak akan dilaksanakan oleh pembangkang,janji dulu pun tak tertunai ada hati tabur janji baru.

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  13. The Pakatan 2013 Budget is also a pledge for a New Deal for Sabah and Sarawak

    penghapusan cukai untuk kereta akan mengurangkan cukai negara sebanyak RM4.6 bilion setahun.

    Tidak mengapa, kita boleh korbankan RM4.6 bilion daripada segi cukai tapi kalau kita tambah pula dengan janji-janji untuk hapuskan tol, untuk dapatkan pendidikan percuma, janji royalti minyak tambahan ke Sabah dan Sarawak, janji untuk hapuskan Perbadanan Tabung Pendidikan Tinggi Nasional, janji nak bagi gaji minimum RM4,000 setiap keluarga, semua janji ini bukankah akan bankrapkan negara kita??

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  14. The Pakatan 2013 Budget is also a pledge for a New Deal for Sabah and Sarawak

    Nik Aziz sendiri pun mungkir janji, macam mana yang lain2 tu tak mengikut? ingat lagi dulu janji Nik Aziz kalau Tun Mahadhir meletak jawatan besoknya dia akan letak jawatan tapi sampai sekarang tak letak jawatan.. ingatlah manusia wajib berpegang pada janji..

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