Wednesday, 19 June 2013

ADUN API-API PENDATANG INDONESIA?





         
Oleh :    NIGEL AW
           
BERLAKU pertengkaran dalam pendengaran Suruhanjaya Siasatan Diraja (RCI) berhubung isu pendatang di Sabah hari ini apabila pemimpin masyarakat Suluk berulang kali menegaskan bahawa seorang anggota Dewan Undangan Negeri (ADUN) negeri itu dilahirkan di Indonesia.

Mohd Zaki Harry Susanto berkata, walaupun lahir di republik itu, Christina Liew (kanan) daripada PKR berjaya menjadi Wakil Rakyat Api-Api.

Mohd Zaki berkata, mereka mendapat maklumat daripada warganegara Indonesia di Tawau yang mengesahkan Liew seorang Cina Indonesia.

Beliau mengetengahkan isu itu kerana hanya kumpulan Bajau dan Suluk disasarkan dalam RCI, jelasnya.

"Jangan hanya sasarkan satu atau dua kumpulan etnik sahaja," katanya lagi.

Bagaimanapun, seorang pesuruhjaya RCI Henry Chin berkata, beliau pasti Liew lahir di Tawau dan beliau mengetahuinya kerana menjadi Ketua Polis di daerah di Sabah itu pada masa itu. (MKINI)

34 comments:

  1. Pengerusi Suruhanjaya Pilihanraya (SPR) Tan Sri Abdul Aziz Yusof pada Rabu menafikan bahawa ramai pekerja asing dimasukkan ke dalam senarai daftar pemilih menggunakan kod pengenalan '71' yang merujuk kepada rakyat Malaysia lahir di luar negara.

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  2. Beliau berkata perkara itu tidak harus dipertikaikan kerana setakat ini hanya 171,023 pemilih berdaftar yang direkodkan mempunyai kad pengenalan di bawah kod itu.

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    1. Isu pendatang asing harus selesai dari akalnya ia itu kemasukan.

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  3. Sebelum tahun 2001, kod '71' digunakan pada nombor kad pengenalan individu rakyat Malaysia yang lahir di luar negara dan warganegara asing yang mendapat status pemastautin tetap (PR).

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  4. Bagaimanapun selepas 2001, semua warganegara asing yang mendapat PR tidak lagi dirujuk dengan kod '71', sebaliknya menggunakan kod berdasarkan negara kelahiran masing-masing, contohnya Singapura (66) dan Indonesia (61).

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  5. Abdul Aziz mengulas perkara itu kepada media kerana ada pihak mempertikai penggunaan kod '71' itu kononnya digunakan untuk mendaftarkan pekerja asing sebagai pengundi setelah beberapa nama yang mempunyai kod '71' di tengah-tengah nombor kad pengenalan mereka dikesan tersenarai dalam daftar pemilih.

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  6. Beliau berkata mengikut rekod Daftar Pemilih Induk (DPI) SPR, seramai 8,743 pemilih berdaftar di Sabah dan Wilayah Persekutuan Labuan mempunyai kod 71 dan Selangor mencatatkan jumlah tertinggi seramai 32,485 orang.

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  7. Please la, get your facts right.

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  8. Simply make an assumption won't help.

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  9. Even one of the panel members denied the allegation

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  10. Please don't make baseless allegation.

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  11. I am not against of anything, is just that no one ever queried her citizenship and somehow turned up like this.

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    1. Saluran manakah rasanya mereka ini mendapat kad pengenalan?

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  12. Whatever it is, we needs proof.

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  13. RCI kena siasat isu ini merangkumi semua aspek.

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    1. Siasatan harus dibuat ke atas Jabatan Pendaftaran dan Jabatan Imigresen.

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  14. Dont mess up with someone who know her close.

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  15. Sabah State Assembly Speaker Datuk Seri Panglima Salleh Tun Said yesterday sought to dispel bias worries among opposition assemblymen by pledging to carry out his duties professionally.

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  16. The former chief minister, who succeeded Tun Juhar Mahiruddin as the State Speaker on Jan 12, 2011 following the latter’s appointment as the Head of State, retained the Usukan seat in the 13th general election under the Barisan Nasional ticket.

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  17. Being an assemblyman himself, Salleh took his oath separately at 2.30pm before his two Deputy State Speakers – Parti Bersatu Sabah Information Chief Datuk Johnny Mositun and Parti Bersatu Rakyat Sabah Secretary General Datuk Johnson Tee.

    “We have rules and regulations and it does not restrict the appointment of the State Speaker, who can be from any political party. It happens in other states as well, such as in Selangor which has an active Democratic Action Party member who is appointed as the State Speaker,” he explained.

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  18. Salleh disclosed that the only difference between the Sabah and Sarawak State Speakers as compared to those in West Malaysia was that they were appointed by the Head of State in the respective states.

    “But in terms of carrying out the task entrusted to us, my deputies and I will perform our duties as good as possible in line with the existing Standing Orders set by the State Legislative Assembly.”

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  19. Asked whether he expected the sitting to be tough following the increased number of Yang Berhormats (Ybs) from the opposition camp, Salleh replied: “It does not make any difference because what is more important is that the sitting can be carried out in a orderly manner.

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  20. In a call by the opposition to appoint a leader in the House, Salleh said it was not stated in the Constitution of the meeting procedure.

    “If there is a leader (from the opposition camp), then it is based on convention selection. If they want to do so, they are free to submit a proposal to us and action will be taken according to their terms. But to date, they have yet to submit anything to us.

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  21. An argument broke out at the hearing of the royal commission of inquiry (RCI) on immigrants in Sabah today as a Suluk community leader repeatedly insisted that an opposition state assemblyperson was born in Indonesia.

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  22. "I got this information from the Indonesians in Tawau, they confirmed that she is Chinese Indonesian, but went on to become a leader of the opposition." claimed Mohd Zaki Harry Susanto

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  23. "I brought this up because people only target the Bajaus and Suluks when it comes to the RCI... Don't only target one or two ethnic groups," he said.

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  24. At this, one of the RCI's commissioner Henry Chin said he was certain that Liew was born in Tawau, Sabah as he was the OCPD of that district at that time.

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  25. "Liew's parents were from Hong Kong and she was born in Tawau, and when they grew up she married an Indonesian...." said HC

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    1. Isu kerakyatan ini memang rumit khas golongan yang berlahir di negara ini.

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  26. Beliau mengetengahkan isu itu kerana hanya kumpulan Bajau dan Suluk disasarkan dalam RCI, jelasnya.

    Sasaran harus merangkumi ethic lain juga.

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