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August 31, 2012

Royal Blunder! – William And Kate Are Set To Meet Musa In Sabah!

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“Oh No!” – Are the UK’s Royal Couple set for a Dirty Handshake?

Taken from Sarawak Report

Today’s confirmation by the Office of the Attorney General in Switzerland that it has opened a criminal prosecution against the banking group UBS, over suspected money-laundering on behalf of Musa Aman, looks set to cause an awkward diplomatic upset for the UK.

After all, the royal couple Wills and Kate are right now packing their bags to give Musa a friendly visit!

Sarawak Report first exposed back in May the evidence that the Sabah Chief Minister has taken tens of millions of dollars in kickbacks for issuing licences to chop down what remains of Sabah’s rain forests.

And we have laid out damning details of the money laundering operation conducted by the Musa and his associates through UBS accounts in a number of articles.

Details of bank statements and of the official investigations by the Malaysian Anti Corruption Commission and also the Hong Kong authorities into the affair were made public in our series of exposes and the evidence was sent to Switzerland, where the Bruno Manser Fund requested the prosecution against UBS.

Yet, despite this mounting evidence, UK officials have refused to heed warnings against the planned visit to the state by the British heir to the throne and his new wife.

The visit is due to take place between September 11-19th, as part of a Royal Tour of the Commonwealth in celebration of the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee, marking her 60th year on the throne.  They will also be visiting Singapore and the Solomon Islands.

Photo-opportunity?

Great publicity – but could it now all backfire?

To begin with the choice of Sabah might have seemed perfect publicity for the environment conscious Royal Family.  After all the trip is being promoted as an “exotic visit to the Borneo Jungle”.

Just in the past few hours the British press has printed exciting details of plans to feature the Prince and his wife looking daring in lush forest canopies and cuddling up to cute baby orang-utans.

Given Musa’s energetic ‘greenwash’ PR of recent months, the objective has been to praise Musa for ‘slowing’ Sabah’s rate of deforestation, according to UK officials.  They are accepting claims that he now wants to protect what is left of the jungle.

However, for months Sarawak Report has been warning the Royal Palace and the British Foreign Office against becoming associated with Musa Aman’s new campaign to present Sabah as an eco-friendly state, when in fact the Danum Valley Reserve which they will be visiting is a small oasis in one of the world’s worst environmental disaster zones and the Chief Minister is still selling concessions for kickbacks throughout the state.

Sarawak Report has also warned that proof of Musa Aman’s timber corruption is now in the public domain, showing how the destruction of Sabah’s jungle since the early 1990s has largely been driven by his own greed, first as the Head of Yayasan Sabah (The Sabah Foundation which is the trustee of its national forests) and then as the Chief Minister.

There is evidence that over US$90million dollars have been money-laundered through accounts associated with Aman and his key conspirators, a family friend Michael Chia and the Sabah lawyer Richard Christopher Barnes.

For these reasons Sarawak Report has repeatedly pleaded against the Royal Couple being encouraged to endorse a man whose criminality has ruined the jungle that they say they want to see protected!

This is a photo-opportunity that could go badly wrong.

Why endorse a suspected criminal?

Musa and his forest Chief Sam Manan altered the contour maps to allow logging of these once protected steep mountain areas of the state

Despite warnings from Sarawak Report just last week that Switzerland was about to launch its criminal prosecution over Musa’s money, the British High Commission is allowing this visit to proceed!

This opens the Royal Couple to charges of complete hypocrisy.  They will of course be staying in pure luxury in the jungle resort in Danum Valley (a project sponsored by the world’s largest palm oil company, Malaysia’s government-controlled Sime Darby, while all around them millions of hectares of oil palm plantations are still being rolled out by their corrupted hosts.

The questionable judgement of such a visit is made even more severe by its timing, just as Malaysia approaches a crucial election.

What business has Britain to give such an endorsement to a notoriously corrupted and autocratic government, which has remained in power for longer than almost any other in the world?

After 50 years, who can still argue that BN has not cheated or bribed its way to its various ‘election successes’? Furthermore, evidence shows that more money is being stolen from the public in Malaysia and secreted out to foreign bank accounts, like Musa’s, than in practically any other country in the world.

Yet, it seems the royal advisors on this tour are preferring to present a lie rather than cancel the trip or upset their corrupted host, the Chief Minister of Sabah. They would rather the Royal Couple shake the hand through which a hundred million dollars of timber corruption money has passed than take a stand against the forces of corruption that are destroying Borneo!

Eco-friendly? Musa has just signed over 1/3 of Sabah’s forest reserve to ‘mosaic plantations’. He is selling off the licences in return for kickbacks

Most of that money has been stolen from the poor people of the Borneo states of Sabah and Sarawak, whose natural resources have been filched by their politicians, while they have been left in the deepest poverty.

At a time when Malaysia is at last waking up to these shocking truths and when the opposition parties are defying persecution and abuses against them to present for the first time some kind of real challenge to BN’s forces of oppression, is it right for Britain to prop them up with such a high profile visit by its as yet untainted young royal couple?

The cries in Malaysia and even in Musa’s own BN party in Sabah are now becoming deafening for his removal and his position is more precarious than ever.

How he will thank William and Kate, for stretching out their hands and offering him just the lifeline he needed with this visit and their silly praises for his greenwash PR about the ‘eco-friendly’ policies of Sabah.

August 16, 2012

’99.7% of projects benefit Taib’s family’


’99.7% of projects benefit Taib’s family’

KUCHING: Some 99.7% of the bridges built in Sarawak were undertaken by Titanium Project Management Sdn Bhd, a company owned by Sarawak Chief Minister Taib Mahmud’s son Mahmud Abu Bekir.

The bridges which were designed and built by Titanium were collectively worth RM1.395 billion and funded by the state government, according to Sarawak DAP. Titanium is owned by Abu Bekir who holds 51% of the shares.

The other shareholders are Chung Soon Nam (41%) and Michael Ting Kuok Ngie (8%). Pointing this out, Sarawak DAP secretary Chong Chieng Jen said that for the past five years from 2007 to 2011, the state government had only awarded three contracts for bridges.

The design and construction of bridges and culverts to replace temporary and semi-permanent council and PWD structures worth RM1,178,410,000.00 was awarded to Titanium with no open tender.

The other two contracts which were awarded to Woodville were the construction of Sungai Sarawak Bridge at Isthmus Kuching worth RM213 million and the construction of Sungai Miri Bridge and associated works at Piasau worth RM4.5 million.

Chong, who is the Kota Sentosa assemblyman and Bandar Kuching MP, said the contract awarded to Titanium ought to have been broken down by individual bridges and shared with other contractors. “If you look at the value of the contracts given out in the five years, 99.7% goes to Titanium.

“It benefits the chief minister’s son only. The three contracts alone were worth RM1.395 billion

“The construction of Sungai Sarawak Bridge linking the Isthmus with Kuching also indirectly benefits the chief minister’s family as the whole of Isthmus of 275 acres is owned by CMS, which is owned by his family,” Chong said.

 

TITANIUM PROJECT MANAGEMENT SDN. BHD

A. Maklumat Syarikat: :
Company Name : TITANIUM PROJECT MANAGEMENT SDN. BHD.
Address : LEVEL 9, TITANIUM TOWER
  LOT 1, BRIGHTON SQUARE
  JALAN SONG
Postcode 93350
Town : KUCHING
State: SARAWAK
Telephone: 082-285 999
Fax : 082-285 888
Email : ti@titanium.com.my
B. Maklumat Pendaftaran :
CIDB :
i) No Pendafataran : 0120090616-SR124134
ii) Bumiputra : Tiada Maklumat
iii) Tarikh Luput Pendaftaran : 15-06-2013
iv) Gred : G7
v) Pengkhususan :
B04 KERJA AM BANGUNAN
CE21 KERJA-KERJA AM KEJURUTERAAN AWAM


PKK :
i) No Pendafataran :
ii) Kelas :
Nombor Pendaftaran Perniagaan/Syarikat/Lain-Lain:
ROB :
ROC : 485503
No Pendaftaran Lain:
No Lesen Berniaga Sabah:
Trading License: 431277
Status*: Aktif
C.Rekod Log Pendaftaran :
Bil Mula Tamat Catatan
1. 15-04-2010 15-06-2013 R4
2. 08-06-2009 15-06-2010 R1
D. Maklumat Ahli Lembaga Pengarah:
Bil Nama Warganegara Jawatan
1. CHUNG SOON NAM MALAYSIA PENGARAH URUSAN
2. MICHAEL TING KUOK NGIE @TING KOK KGIE MALAYSIA PENGARAH
E.Maklumat Pemegang Saham:
Bil Nama Warganegara Syer / Ekuiti
F. Taraf Bumiputera:
G.Modal Berbayar / Modal Terkumpul :
  a.Modal Dibenarkan (RM):
b.Modal Berbayar / Modal Terkumpul (RM): 9,000,000.00
H.Maklumat Projek:
Bil Tajuk Tarikh Anugerah Nilai (RM) Kilen
1. The Design, Construction And Completion Of Bridges And Culverts To Replace Temporary And Semi-Permanent Council Bridge And Some JKR Bridges 30-05-2012 RM 3,018,659.67 JABATAN KERJA RAYA SARAWAK
2. The Design, Const. & Comp. Of Bridges & Culverts To Replace Temporary & Semi-Permanent Council Bridges & Some JKR Bridges In Sarawak Package Ref.PWD/HO/B039/2008.11BKH.CB.62 (TPMSB Ref: 04B/14/PMC) 04-05-2011 RM 8,770,780.88 JABATAN KERJA RAYA SARAWAK
3. The Design, Const. & Comp. Of Bridges & Culverts To Replace Temporary & Semi-Permanent Council Bridges & Some JKR Bridges. Package Ref. PWD/HO/B039/2008.05BSM.CB61. (TPMSB Ref:01B/09/SMJDC) 23-03-2011 RM 1,843,175.33 JABATAN KERJA RAYA SARAWAK
4. The Design, Const. & Comp. Of Bridges & Culverts To Replace Temporary & Semi-Permanent Council Bridges & Some JKR Bridges In Sarawak Package Ref. PWD/HO/B039/2008.04BSM. CB60. (TPMSb Ref:02B/04/ASJDC) 18-01-2011 RM 2,585,232.94 JABATAN KERJA RAYA SARAWAK
5. The Design, C & C of Bridges & Culverts to replace Temp.& Semi-Permanent Council Bridges & Some JKR Bridges In Swk. Package Ref. PWD/HO/B039/2008.06SK.CB66. (TPMSB Ref: 03/03/MJDC) Sg. Sebatu 1& Sg. Sebatu 2;Sg. Lemayong, Sg. Strass in Meradong/Julau Dist., Sarikei Division 18-01-2011 RM 10,572,830.67 JABATAN KERJA RAYA SARAWAK
6. The Design, C & C of Bridges and Culvets to replace Temp. and Sem-Permenant Council Bridges & Some JKR Bridges In Sarawak. Package Ref. PWD/HO/B039/2008.04SK.CB64, (TPMSB Ref: -01/03/MJDC) Bridge over Sg. Uu Mador, Sg Mador & Sg Mador Melayu; in Meradong/Julau Dist. Sarikei Division 18-01-2011 RM 7,248,000.08 JABATAN KERJA RAYA SARAWAK
7. The Design, Const. & Comp. Of Bridges & Culverts To Replace Temp. & Semi-Permanent Council Bridges & Some JKR Bridges In Sarawak. Package Ref. PWD/HO/B039/2008.13KH.CB96. (TPMSB Ref:03/04/LDC) Jambatan Belian No. 1/Kpg. Keranji, Sematan 18-01-2011 RM 1,582,103.77 JKR SARAWAK
8. The Design, Const. & Comp. Of Bridges & Culverts To Replace Temp. & Semi-Permanent Council Bridges & Some JKR Bridges In Sarawak. Package Ref. PWD/HO/B039/2008.05BMK.CB56. (TPMSB Ref:02B/05/DLDC) Sg Pangin At Jalan Kpg. Baru Cina, Dalat 18-01-2011 RM 2,384,527.53 JKR SARAWAK
9. The Design, Construction And Completion Of Bridges And Culverts To Replace Temporary And Semi-Permanent Council Bridges And Some JKR Bridges In Sarawak. Package Ref.PWD/HO/B039/2008.18KH.CB87 18-01-2011 RM 4,731,409.61 JABATAN KERJA RAYA SARAWAK
10. The Design, Construction And Completion Of Bridges And Culverts To Replace Temporary And Semi-Permanent Council Bridges and Some JKR Bridges In Sarawak. Package Ref.PWD/HO/B039/2008.05SK.CB65 18-01-2011 RM 6,775,056.24 JABATAN KERJA RAYA SARAWAK
11. The Design, Construction And Completion Of Bridges And Culverts To Replace Temporary And Semi-Permanent Council Bridges And Some JKR Bridges In Sarawak. Package Ref.PWD/HO/B039/2008.21KH.CB89 18-01-2011 RM 6,335,353.44 JABATAN KERJA RAYA SARAWAK
12. The Design, Construction And Completion Of Bridges And Culverts To Replace Temporary And Semi-Permanent Council Bridges And Some JKR Bridges In Sarawak. Package Ref.PWD/HO/B039/2008.24KH.CB92 18-01-2011 RM 2,317,096.86 JABATAN KERJA RAYA SARAWAK
13. Package Ref.PWD/HO/B039/2008.11SM.CB98 – (TPMSB Ref:06/10/SDC) “The Design, Construction & Completion Of Bridges & Culverts To Replace Temporary And Semi-Permanent Council Bridges And Some JKR Bridges In Sarawak.” 18-01-2011 RM 1,843,175.33 JABATAN KERJA RAYA SARAWAK
14. Package Ref.PWD/HO/B039/2008.12SM.CB74. – (TPMSB Ref: 07/10/SDC) – “The Design, Construction & Completion Of Bridges & Culverts To Replace Temporary And Semi-Permanent Council Bridges & Some JKR Bridges In Sarawak. 18-01-2011 RM 4,419,136.11 JABATAN KERJA RAYA SARAWAK
15. The Design, Construction And Completion Of Bridges And Culverts To Replace Temporary And Semi-Permanent Council Bridges And Some JKR Bridges In Sarawak. Package Ref.PWD/HO/B039/2008.05BET.CB81. a) Bridge Over Sg. Malupa Along Jln. SRK Ng. Assam/Ng. Malupa b) Bridge Over Sg. Kara Along Jln. SRK Ng. Assam/Ng. Malupa 18-01-2011 RM 7,022,487.62 JABATAN KERJA RAYA SARAWAK
16. The Design, Construction And Completion Of Bridges And Culverts To Replace Temporary And Semi-Permanent Council Bridges And Some JKR Bridges In Sarawak. Package Ref.PWD/HO/B039/2008.03BMK.CB55. a) Bridge Over Sg. Ud Muara Along Jalan Kpg. Hilir/Kpg. Tengah Dalat In Dalat District, Mukah Division 18-01-2011 RM 9,198,741.83 JABATAN KERJA RAYA SARAWAK
17. The Design, Construction & Completion Of Bridges & Culverts To Replace Temporary & Semi-Permanent Council Bridges & Some JKR Bridges In Sarawak. Package Ref.PWD/HO/B039/2008. 04BET. CB80 (TPMSB Ref:03/03/BETDC) : Sg. Geraji & Sg. Bran, Jalan Berbangai In Betong District, Betong Division 18-01-2011 RM 4,400,781.00 JABATAN KERJA RAYA SARAWAK
18. The Design, Construction & Completion Of Bridges & Culverts To Replace Temporary & Semi-Permanent Council Bridges & Some JKR Bridges In Sarawak. Package Ref. PWD/HO/B039/2008.14SB.CB72 (TPMSB Ref:12/14/SRDC) : Sg. Latap, Sg. Naman 1 & Sg. Naman 2 In Sibu Division 18-01-2011 RM 5,765,997.94 JKR SARAWAK
19. The Design, Construction & Completion Of Bridges And Culverts To Replace Temporary & Semi-Permanent Council Bridges And Some JKR Bridges In Sarawak. Package Ref.PWD/HO/B039/2008. 03BET. CB79 (TPMSB Ref:02/03 BETDC) : Sg Pasa In Betong Division 18-01-2011 RM 1,843,175.33 JABATAN KERJA RAYA SARAWAK
20. The Design, Construction And Completion Of Bridges And Culverts To Replace Temporary And Semi-Permanent Council Bridges And Some JKR Bridges In Sarawak. 18-01-2011 RM 4,515,137.77 JKR SARAWAK
21. The Design, Construction And Completion Of Bridges And Culverts To Replace Temporary And Semi-Permanent Council Bridges And Some JKR Bridges In Sarawak. Package Ref. PWD/HO/B039/2008.01SA.CB99 18-01-2011 RM 23,563,600.93 JABATAN KERJA RAYA SARAWAK
22. The Design, Const. & Comp. Of Bridges & Culverts To Replace Temporary & Semi-Permanent Council Bridges & Some JKR Bridges In Sarawak Package Ref.PWD/HO/B039/2008.06BET.CB.82 (TPMSB Ref: 03/03/SRTDC) Sarawak. 18-01-2011 RM 4,223,568.96 JABATAN KERJA RAYA SARAWAK
23. The Design, Const. & Comp. Of Bridges & Culverts To Replace Temporary & Semi-Permanent Council Bridges & Some JKR Bridges In Sarawak Package Ref.PWD/HO/B039/2008.22KH.CB.90.(TPMSB Ref: 11/14/PMC). (TPMSB Ref: 04B/14/PMC) Sarawak 18-01-2011 RM 12,047,642.15 JABATAN KERJA RAYA SARAWAK
24. The Design, Construction And Completion Of Bridges And Culverts To Replace Temporary And Semi-Permanent Council Bridges And Some JKR Bridges In Sarawak. Package Ref. PWD/HO/B039/2008.18SM.CB78 a) Bridge At Jalan Sekedu Along Jln. Sekedu b) Bridge At Kpg. Sg. Lingkau No. 1 Along Jln. Kpg. Sg. Lingkau c) Bridge At Kpg. Sg. Lingkau No. 2 Along Jln. Kpg. Sg. Lingkau 18-01-2011 RM 10,939,696.45 JABATAN KERJA RAYA SARAWAK
25. The Design, Construction And Completion Of Bridges And Culverts To Replace Temporary And Semi-Permanent Council Bridges And Some JKR Bridges In Sarawak. Package Ref. PWD/HO/B039/2008.20KH.CB88 (TPMSB Ref:09/14/PMC) (a) Bridge over Sg. Tengah 1 along Jln. Taman Maliha/Kpg. Kolong 1 (b) Bridge over Sg. Tengah 2 along Jln. Taman Maliha/Kpg. Kolong 1 18-01-2011 RM 6,506,794.02 JABATAN KERJA RAYA SARAWAK
26. The Design, Construction And Completion Of Bridges And Culverts To Replace Temporary And Semi-Permanent Council Bridges And Some JKR Bridges In Sarawak. Package Ref. PWD/HO/B039/2008.12BKH.CB63 (TPMSB Ref: 05B/14/PMC) (a) Bridge over Sg. Abang along Jalan Benguh/Danu (b) Jamabatan Kpg. Stabut along Jalan Kpg. Stabut 18-01-2011 RM 9,489,074.60 JABATAN KERJA RAYA SARAWAK
27. The Design & Completion of Bridges & Culverts To Replace Temporary & Semi-Permanent Council Bridges & Some JKR Bridges in Sarawak. Package Ref.PWD/HO/B039/2008. 16KH. CB86 (Jamb. Kpg Begu No. 1 & Kpg Begu No.2) Padawan, Kuching Division 18-01-2011 RM 4,072,848.86 JABATAN KERJA RAYA SARAWAK
28. The Design, Construction And Completion Of Bridges And Culverts To Replace Temporary And Semi-Permanent Council Bridges And Some JKR Bridges In Sarawak. Package Ref.PWD/HO/B039/2008.28KH.CB94 (a) Bridge over Sg. Stenggang 2 along Jln. Kpg. Stenggang (b) Jambatan at Sibulung along Jln. Kpg. Sibulung 18-01-2011 RM 3,412,474.68 JABATAN KERJA RAYA SARAWAK
29. The Design, Construction And Completion Of Bridges And Culverts To Replace Temporary And Semi-Permanent Council Bridges And Some JKR Bridges In Sarawak. Package Ref.PWD/HO/B039/2008.16SM.CB77 (a) Bridge at Kpg. Moyan Laut No. 2 along Jalan Kpg. Moyan Laut 18-01-2011 RM 2,214,204.14 JABATAN KERJA RAYA SARAWAK
30. The Design, Construction And Completion Of Bridges And Culverts To Replace Temporary And Semi-Permanent Council Bridges And Some JKR Bridges In Sarawak. Package Ref.PWD/HO/B039/2008.04MR.CB67 (a) Bridge Over Sg. Tapan Kecil along Access Road to Tapan (b) Bridge Over Sg. Sebato along Access to SRK Sebato (c) Bridge Over Sg. Satap 1 along Access to Rh. Muking 18-01-2011 RM 6,748,296.26 JABATAN KERJA RAYA SARAWAK
31. The Design, Construction And Completion Of Bridges And Culverts To Replace Temporary And Semi-Permanent Council Bridges And Some JKR Bridges In Sarawak. Package Ref.PWD/HO/B039/2008.23KH.CB91 18-01-2011 RM 1,506,002.58 JABATAN KERJA RAYA SARAWAK
32. Contract No: PWD/HO/B039/2008 02MR.CB30 The Design, Construction And Completion Of Bridges And Culvert To Replace Temporary And Semi-Permanent Council Bridges And Some JKR Bridge In Sarawak – Padang Kerbau Bridge No.2 Along Jln Kampung Padang Kerbau 28-10-2010 RM 1,731,593.89 JABATAN KERJA RAYA SARAWAK
33. The Design, Construction And Completion Of Bridges And Culverts To Replace Temporary And Semi-Permanent Council Bridges And Some JKR Bridges In Sarawak. Package Ref. PWD/HO/B039/2008.08SM.CB37 01-10-2009 RM 4,515,137.77 JABATAN KERJA RAYA SARAWAK
34. The Design, Construction And Completion Of Bridges And Culverts To Replace Temporary And Semi-Permanent Coucil Bridges And Some JKR Bridges In Sarawak. Package Ref.PWD/HO/B039/2008.02BET.CB47 01-10-2009 RM 3,164,207.54 JABATAN KERJA RAYA SARAWAK
35. The Design ,Construction And Completion Of Bridges And Culvert To Replace Temporary And Semi-Permanent Council Bridges And Some JKR Bridges in Sarawak -Package Ref.PWD/HQ/B039/2008.05LG.CB26 (TPSMB Ref: 03/04/LGDC) 01-10-2009 RM 2,701,156.92 JABATAN KERJA RAYA SARAWAK
36. The Design, Construction And Completion Of Bridges And Culverts To Replace Temporary And Semi-Permanent Council Bridges And Some JKR Bridges In Sarawak. Package Ref.PWD/HO/B039/2008.10KH.CB42 01-10-2009 RM 7,563,537.78 JABATAN KERJA RAYA SARAWAK
37. The Design, Construction And Completion Of Bridges And Culverts To Replace Temporary And Semi-Permanent Council Bridges And Some JKR Bridges In Sarawak. Package Ref.PWD/HO/B039/2008.05SM.CB45 TPMSB Ref: 01/09/SMJDC 01-10-2009 RM 4,832,441.58 JABATAN KERJA RAYA SARAWAK
38. The Design, Const. & Comp. Of Bridges & Culverts To Replace Temporary & Semi-Permanent Council Bridges & Some JKR Bridges In Sarawak Package Ref. PWD/HO/B039/2008. 03BSM. CB43. (TPMSB Ref:01B/04/ASJDC) 01-10-2009 RM 1,582,103.77 JABATAN KERJA RAYA SARAWAK
39. The Design, Construction And Completion Of Bridges And Culverts To Replace Temporary And Semi-Permanent Council Bridges And Some JKR Bridges In Sarawak. Package Ref.PWD/HO/B039/2008.04MK.CB27 a) Jambatan Sg. Lintang Along Jalan Kpg. Lintang, Balingan 01-10-2009 RM 2,784,097.01 JABATAN KERJA RAYA SARAWAK
40. The Design, Const.& Comp. Of Bridges And Culverts To Replace Temporary & Semi-Permanent Council Bridges & Some JKR Bridges in Sarawak. Package Ref.PWD/HO/039/2008.05MK.CB.28 (TPMSB Ref:02/05/DLDC) Jln.Kpg.Baru Cina, Dalat 01-10-2009 RM 10,105,240.99 JABATAN KERJA RAYA SARAWAK
41. The Design, Const. & Comp. Of Bridges & Culverts To Replace Temporary & Semi-Permanent Council Bridges & Some JKR Bridges In Sarawak Package Ref. PWD/HO/B039/2008.12KH.CB53 (TPMSB Ref:05/14/PMC) 01-10-2009 RM 1,755,752.00 JABATAN KERJA RAYA SARAWAK
42. The Design, Construction And Completion Of Bridges And Culverts To Replace Temporary And Semi-Permanent Council Bridges And Some JKR Bridges In Sarawak. Package Ref.PWD/HO/B039/2008.11KH.CB52 01-10-2009 RM 6,870,600.61 JABATAN KERJA RAYA SARAWAK
43. The Design, Construction And Completion Of Bridges And Culverts To Replace Temporary And Semi-Permanent Council Bridges And Some JKR Bridges In Sarawak. Package Ref. PWD/HO/B039/2008.04SM.CB44 01-10-2009 RM 4,057,379.47 JABATAN KERJA RAYA SARAWAK
44. The Design, Construction And Completion Of Bridges And Culverts To Replace Temporary And Semi-Permanent Council Bridges And Some JKR Bridges In Sarawak. Package Ref.PWD/HO/B039/2008.07SM.CB36 TPMSB Ref: 02/02/SMDC 01-10-2009 RM 1,843,175.33 JABATAN KERJA RAYA SARAWAK
45. The Design, Construction And Completion Of Bridges And Culverts To Replace Temporary And Semi-Permanent Council Bridges And Some JKR Bridges In Sarawak. Package Ref.PWD/HO/B039/2008.02BT.CB24 01-10-2009 RM 3,646,802.02 JABATAN KERJA RAYA SARAWAK
46. The Design, Construction And Completion Of Bridges And Culvert To Replace Temporary And Semi-Permanent Council Bridges And Some JKR Bridges In Sarawak – PWD/HO/B039/2008.04LG.CB25 01-10-2009 RM 5,929,095.48 JABATAN KERJA RAYA SARAWAK
47. The Design Construction And Completion Of Bridges And Culverts To Replace Temporary And Semi-Permanent Council Bridges And Some JKR Bridges In Sarawak. Package Ref.PWD/HO/B039/2008.03MR.CB33 28-09-2009 RM 4,093,285.49 JABATAN KERJA RAYA SARAWAK
48. The Design, Construction And Completion Of Bridges And Culverts To Replace Temporary And Semi-Permanent Council Bridges And Some JKR Bridges in Swk-PWD/HQ/B039/2008.08KH.CB40 14-05-2009 RM 1,506,002.58 JABATAN KERJA RAYA SARAWAK
49. The Design, Const. & Comp. Of Bridges & Culverts To Replace Temp. & Semi-Permanent Council Bridges & Some JKR Bridges In Sarawak. Package Ref.PWD/HO/B039/2008.02SB.CB31 (TPMSB Ref:01/14/SRDC) Sg. Rongan & Sg. Naman at Sg.Assan Road, Durin 14-05-2009 RM 8,324,597.02 JKR SARAWAK
50. The Design, Construction And Completion Of Bridges And Culverts To Replace Temporary And Semi-Permanent Council Bridges And Some JKR Bridges In Sarawak. Package Ref.PWD/HO/B039/2008.07SB.CB48 14-05-2009 RM 7,839,479.50 JABATAN KERJA RAYA SARAWAK
51. The Design, Construction And Completion Of Bridges And Culverts To Replace Temporary And Semi-Permanent Council Bridges And Some JKR Bridges In Sarawak. Package Ref. PWD/HO/B039/2008.09SB.CB50 14-05-2009 RM 7,205,139.96 JABATAN KERJA RAYA SARAWAK
52. The Design, Construction And Completion Of Bridges And Culverts To Replace Temporary And Semi-Permanent Council Bridges And Some JKR Bridges In Sarawak. Package Ref.PWD/HO/B039/2008.08SB.CB49 14-05-2009 RM 8,080,587.53 JABATAN KERJA RAYA SARAWAK
53. The Design, Construction And Completion Of Bridges And Culverts To Replace Temporary And Semi-Permanent Council Bridges And Some JKR Bridges In Sarawak. Package Ref.PWD/HO/B039/2008.11SB.CB23 14-05-2009 RM 14,301,347.66 JABATAN KERJA RAYA SARAWAK
54. The Design, Construction And Completion Of Bridges And Culverts To Replace Temporary And Semi-Permanent Council Bridges And Some JKR Bridges In Sarawak. Package Ref.PWD/HO/B039/2008.10SB.CB51 14-05-2009 RM 8,849,531.27 JABATAN KERJA RAYA SARAWAK
55. The Design, Const. & Comp. Of Bridges & Culverts To Replace Temporary & Semi-Permanent Council Bridges & Some JKR Bridges In Sarawak Package Ref.PWD/HO/B039/2008.06SB.CB35 14-05-2009 RM 6,738,361.78 JABATAN KERJA RAYA SARAWAK
56. The Design, Const. And Comp. Of Bridges And Culverts To Replace Temporary And Semi-Permanent Council Bridges And Some JKR Bridges in Swk- PWD/HQ/B039/2008.09KH.CB41 14-05-2009 RM 1,506,002.58 JABATAN KERJA RAYA SARAWAK
57. The Design, Const. & Comp. Of Bridges & Culverts To Replace Temporary & Semi-Permanent Council Bridges & Some JKR Bridges In Sarawak Package Ref.PWD/HO/B039/2008.03SB.CB22 07-05-2009 RM 4,489,769.09 JABATAN KERJA RAYA SARAWAK
58. Pakage Ref.PWD/HO/B039/2008.01LG.CB14 (TPMSB Ref: 01/04/LGDC) Comfirmation Of Pakage Contract Price The Design Construction And Completion Of Bridges And Culvert To Replace Temporary and Semi-Permanent Council Bridges and Some JKR Bridges In Sarawak 23-12-2008 RM 14,208,548.28 JABATAN KERJA RAYA SARAWAK
59. The Design, Const. & Comp. Of Bridges & Culvets To Replace Temporary & Semi-Permanent Council Bridges & Some JKR Bridges In Sarawak. Package Ref. PWD/HO/B039/2008.03LG.CB18 (TPMSB Ref: 02/04LGDC) 20-11-2008 RM 5,269,660.16 JABATAN KERJA RAYA SARAWAK
60. The Design, Construction And Completion Of Bridges And Culverts To Replace Temporary And Semi-PermanentCouncil Bridges And Some JKR Bridges In Sarawak (Pakage Ref. PWD/HO/B039/2008.01MR.CB09) 20-11-2008 RM 6,739,780.99 JABATAN KERJA RAYA SARAWAK
61. The Design,Construction & Completion Of Bridges & Culverts To Replace Temporary & Semi-Permanent Council Briges & Some JKR Bridges In Sarawak-Package Ref. PWD/HQ/B039/2008.01 BET.CB20 20-11-2008 RM 4,045,410.80 JABATAN KERJA RAYA SARAWAK
62. The Design, Const. & Comp. Of Bridges & Culverts To Replace Temporary & Semi-Permanent Council Bridges & Some JKR Bridges In Sarawak Package Ref.PWD/HO/B039/2008.01SK.CB02 20-11-2008 RM 13,755,420.00 JABATAN KERJA RAYA SARAWAK
63. The Design, Const. & Comp. Of Bridges & Culverts To Replace Temporary & Semi-Permanent Council Bridges & Some JKR Bridges In Sarawak Package Ref.PWD/HO/B039/2008.01BT.CB08 20-11-2008 RM 12,852,292.98 JABATAN KERJA RAYA SARAWAK
64. The Design, Const. & Comp. Of Bridges & Culverts To Replace Temporary & Semi-Permanent Council Bridges & Some JKR Bridges In Sarawak Package Ref.PWD/HO/B039/2008.03MK.CB21 (TPMSB Ref: 01B/05/DLDC) 20-11-2008 RM 1,703,804.06 JABATAN KERJA RAYA SARAWAK
65. The Design, Construction And Completion Of Bridges And Culverts To Replace Temporary And Semi-Permanent Council Bridges And Some JKR Bridges In Sarawak. Package Ref.PWD/HO/B039/2008.01SB.CB05 20-11-2008 RM 19,871,501.85 JABATAN KERJA RAYA SARAWAK
66. The Design, Construction And Completion Of Bridges And Culverts To Replace Temporary And Semi-Permanent Council Bridges And Some JKR Bridges In Sarawak. Package Ref.PWD/HO/B039/2008.03KH.CB07 20-11-2008 RM 6,502,583.69 JABATAN KERJA RAYA SARAWAK
67. The Design, Const. & Comp. Of Bridges & Culverts To Replace Temporary & Semi-Permanent Council Bridges & Some JKR Bridges In Sarawak Package Ref.PWD/HO/B039/2008.02MK.CB16 20-11-2008 RM 14,794,718.41 JABATAN KERJA RAYA SARAWAK
68. The Design, Const. & Comp. Of Bridges & Culvets To Replace Temporary & Semi-Permanent Council Bridges And Some JKR Bridges In Sarawak. Package Ref. PWD/HO/B039/2008.02KH.CB06 (TPMSB Ref: 01/04/LDC) 20-11-2008 RM 4,938,235.81 JKR SARAWAK
69. The Design,Construction And Completion Of Bridges And Culverts To Replace Temporary And Semi-Permanent Council Bridges And Some JKR Bridges In Sarawak. Package Ref. PWD/HQ/B039/2008.02SM.CB19 20-11-2008 RM 5,724,367.78 JABATAN KERJA RAYA SARAWAK
70. The Design,Construction And Completion Of Bridges And Culverts To Replace Temporary And Semi-Permanent Council Bridges And Some JKR Bridges In Swk. Package Ref. PWD/HQ/B039/2008.01SM.CB10 20-11-2008 RM 5,087,930.94 JABATAN KERJA RAYA SARAWAK
71. The Design, Const. & Comp. Of Bridges & Culvets To Replace Temporary & Semi-Permanent Council Bridges & Some JKR Bridges In Sarawak Package Ref.PWD/HO/B039.2008.02SK.CBB03 & Package Sarawak. Ref.PWD/HO/B039/2008.03SK.CBB04, Sarawak. 20-11-2008 RM 31,454,526.19 TITANIUM MANAGEMENT SENDIRIAN BERHAD
72. The Design, Construction And Completion of Bridges And Culverts To Replace Temporary And Semi-Permanent Council Bridges And Some JKR Bridges in Swk- Package Ref. PWD/HO/B039/2008.01KH.CB01 20-11-2008 RM 17,396,486.95 KTA (SARAWAK) SDN BHD
73. The Design, Const. & Comp. Of Bridges & Culverts To Replace Temporary & Semi-Permanent Council Bridges & Some JKR Bridges In Sarawak Package Ref.PWD/HO/B039/2008.01MK.CB15 20-11-2008 RM 9,415,568.01 JABATAN KERJA RAYA SARAWAK

Opposition riles Taib with questions on contracts

KUCHING: Sarawak’s Chief Minister Taib Mahmud lost his cool in the State Legislative Assembly yesterday when an opposition assemblyman sought clarification over contracts awarded to his son Abu Bekir Mahmud’s company Titanium Management Project Sdn Bhd.

Kota Sentosa assemblyman Chong Chieng Jen hit a raw nerve in Taib when he stood up to raise a point of order, interjecting Taib’s winding-up speech during the final day sitting of the state assembly.Chong wanted to know from Taib himself the number of contracts given to Abu Bekir’s company.A visibly angry Taib challenged Chong to repeat the allegation outside the house. Chong, who has been exposing irregularities in the awarding of contracts by the state government, accepted the challenge.At a press conference later, Chong repeated what he said in the state assembly. He said Titanium Project Management had been awarded construction of a few hundred bridges worth RM1,178,410,000 without open tender.

The five-year contract for the bridges was awarded in 2008. In 2001, the government awarded the construction of 384 bridges to Titanium Management Sdn Bhd for RM500 million.

The company managed to complete 332 bridges or 80 percent of the job, but over the years the cost had spiralled. According to Chong, the government now has to pay the company RM948 million.

He reiterated that Titanium Management belonged to Abu Bekir. Chong had submitted questions on the awarding of the government contracts to Titanium Project Management, but Speaker Awang Asfia Nassar had rejected them.

October 30, 2011

SPRM : Saya Peminat Ringgit Malaysia, Saya Pun Rasuah Mah

Filed under: Barisan Nasional,Corruptions — Pengayau @ 9:21 am
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Harapkan Pagar, Pagar pula makan padi beginilah keadaan di Malaysia kini. Jabatan- jabatan penguatkuasa undang-undang bukan sahaja semakin berani memukul arus perubahan kehendak rakyat malah mereka sanggup menggadaikan Intergriti Negara.

Kita harap polis jaga keamanan Negara , tapi mereka pukul suspek sampai mati. Kita harapan Jabatan Penjara pulihan penjenayah tapi mereka dilatih menjadi mahir. Kita harapankan Suruhan Jaya Pencegah Rasuah Malaysia (SPRM) , tapi mereka kejar kes kecil-kecilan.

Ratusan Billion ringgit tidak ada sebarang tindakan,sebaliknya hanya -hanya kes rasuah beberapa ringgit dibawa ke muka pengadilan. Mungkinkan sebabnya kerana yang patut mengawal Korupsi itu sendiri Korup.

Tapi tiba-tiba Ketua Pengarah Suruhanjaya Pencegahan Rasuah Malaysia mahu mengundur diri dengan melantik timbalannya sebagai penganti, kenapa? Mungkinkah dia sendiri menyalah gunakan kuasanya?

Saya difahamkan bahawa :

a. Kementerian kewangan tidak membenarkan pemberian Kontrak dengan secara Rundingan Terus atau Direct Negotiation. Kelonggaran hanya diberi dalam keadaan berikut :

i. Peralatan yang hendak dibeli hanya dibuat oleh syarikat/pengeluar/pembuatberkenaan dan tidak boleh diperolehi di pasaran terbuka “open market” atau “off shelf”

ii. Peralatan yang hendak dibeli dibuat oleh syarikat/pengeluar/pembuat kepada spesifikasi kerajaan yang khusus atau “specific requirement” mengikut keperluaan pengguna

iii. Keperluaan kerahsiaan peralatan tersebut seperti alat komunikasi pasukan elite yang menggunakan frekuensi khas agar tidak berlaku ‘tapping’ atau ‘jamming’

iv. Lain-lainkeadaan yang mengambil kira keperluan kerajaan.

b. Pakaian Seragam Angkatan Tentera Malaysia, Kastam DiRaja Malaysia, Immigresen , BOMBO, JPA, Maritim Malaysia, RELA dan lain-lain diperolehi secara Tender terbuka dan Sebutharga terbuka bagi setiap jenis peralatan yang melengkapkan pakaian seragam.

Tidak pernah sehingga kini kita ketahui Badan-Badan beruniform di Malaysia member Kontrak perolehan Keseluruhan peralatan Pakaian Seragam kepada SATU SYARIKAT SECARA ‘HEAD to TOE’. Ini adalah kerana tidak ada satu syarikat di Malaysia yang membuat atau mengeluarkan semua jenis peralatan seragam dan kebanyakan peralatan tersebut boleh diperolehi dari berbagai sumber dan ada yang ‘of the Shelf’

Ketua Pesuruhjaya Suruhanjaya Pencegah Rasuah Malaysia telah memberikan Kontrak yang dianggarkan bernilai RM 7.5 juta ringgit melalui rundingan terus serta meluluskan pembelian HEAD TO TOE kepada hanya satu syarikat iaitu Syarikat Mariwasa Kraftangan Sdn Bhd yang beroperasi di Kuala Kangsar, Perak. Mariwasa Kraftangan Sdn Bhd adalah pengeluar barangan logam seperti Pewter, Tembaga, Perak dan Emas dan adalah pembuat barangan seerti cenderahati , pingat-pingat dan keperluaan peralatan pakaian seragam yang hanya dibuat dari logam seperti pip, crown, star, collor dot dan lain-lain.

Mariwasa Kraftangan telah memperolehi kontrak pembekalan HEAD TO TOE walaupun mereka tidak mengeluarkan peralatan-peralatan seperti berikut :
a. Topi Peak Lelaki
b. Bawler Hat Wanita
c. Songkok
d. Baju/seluar Istiadat
e. Baju/seluar Mess Kit
f. Baju/Seluar Bush Jacket
g. Baju/Seluar Kerja
h. Tali pinggang Kulit
i. Stokin
j. Tudung
k. Pelbagai jenis kasut
l. Handbag Wanita
m. Tali leher
n. Aggauletter
o. Serta Lain-lain Jenis Pakaian.

Juga di fahamkan Mariwasa Kraftangan telah menggunakan beberapa syarikat lain bagi mendapatkan keperluan-keperluan ini di mana diantaranya adalah bukan pembuat/pengeluar tetapi adalah hanya orang tengah . Diantara syarikat-syarikat yang digunakan adalah seperti BENA YAKIN ENTERPRISE. Diantara barangan yang diperolehi dari syarikat ini adalah seperti:

a. Topi Peak Lelaki
b. Bawler Hat wanita
c. Songkok
d. Berbagai Jenis Kasut
e. Barangan Sulama
f. Aggaulette

Bena Yakin Enterprise adalah sebuah Perniagaan jenis Enterprise dengan hanya nilai modal RM2.00, tetapi memperolehi tempahan bernilai hampir Sejuta Ringgit. Yang lebih menghairankan ialah Mariwasa Kraftangan , pembuat barangan logam juga diberi kontrak JAHITAN PAKAIAN. Syarikat yang menjahit iaitu MAROZ TAILOR berpusat di Kuala Lumpur adalah bertaraf ‘High Class’.
Bagi Peralatan seperti Kasut dan tali Pinggang Kulit , Kementerian Kewangan “Treasury” menghendaki bekalan diperolehi dengan syarikat yang ada ‘Central Contract’ dan bukannya diberi kepada pembuat barangan logam yang kemudiannya perolehi daripada sebuah lagi Perniagaan Enterprise.

Kini, tiba masanya Perdana Menteri menjelaskan kepada Rakyat Malaysia kenapa Ketua Pesuruhjaya SPRM ingin berundur serta :

a) Apakah Dasar sebenar Kementerian Kewangan mengenai perolehan Rundingan terus

b) Mengapakah kesemua perolehan oleh SPRM atau BPR sebelum ini tidak dibuat secara tender atau Sebutharga?

c) Apakan hubugan Isitimewa Mariwasa Kraftangan dengan Ketua Pesuruhjaya MACC /BPR

d) Bagaimankan Kementerian boleh meluluskan perolehan Rundingan Terus terutamanya ‘Head to Toe’ kepada satu syarikat .

Saya juga meminta Perdana Menteri agar dekelasifikasikan Perjanjian atau Kontrak-kontrak pembelian segala peralatan melibatkan Ketua Pesuruhjaya SPRM tersebut semasa beliau berada di BPR/SPRM.

Pihak Kerajaan juga tidak seharusnya melindungi Kakitangan Kerajaan terutamanya mereka yang berpangkat Tinggi yang didapati mengugat Integriti Negara. Sudah tiba masa Suruhanjaya Pencegah Rasuah Malaysia diletakkan dibawah pengawasan Parlimen.

Saya juga akan mencadangkan bahawa suatu Jawatankuasa Khas Parlimen ditubuhkan untuk menyiasat tuduhan –tuduhan rasuah/pecah amanah yang melibatkan pegawai-pegawai tertinggi Kerajaan Malaysia.

http://www.mpkapar.com/manikavasagam/posts/skandal-jutaan-ringgit-oleh-ketua-pesuruhanjaya-sprm/

GIATMARA bayar gula sekilo RM170!!!

Filed under: Barisan Nasional — Pengayau @ 9:15 am
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An excerpt taken from The Malaysian Insider

 

The Treasury said in its explanation to the Auditor-General’s findings made public yesterday that the Giatmara centre had mistakenly paid RM170 per kg instead of RM1.70 per kg for sugar for a poverty eradication programme last year.
The reply, found in the 2010 audit report, said that “the mistake was not detected … resulting in overpayment of RM25,245.”

It added that after Giatmara sent written requests to JD Works Enterprise to reclaim the surplus payment, the supplier “agreed to return the difference by instalments.”

JD Works Enterprise paid RM1,000 a month from July to September 2011, leaving a balance of RM22,245.

Mara management then ordered Giatmara chairman Datuk Shahiruddin Ab Moin to investigate the matter on September 23, 2011. Read more here

Ringkasan Laporan Ketua Audit Negara 2010 :


Ringkasan Laporan Ketua Audit Negara 2010 :

KEMENTERIAN PELAJARAN

RM160.7 JUTA telah diluluskan oleh Kementerian Pelajaran untuk membina 300 makmal komputer yang. Namun, sehingga kini, hanya 2 buah makmal yang siap. Peralatan ICT yang dibekalkan sejak 3 tahun lepas masih belum dapat digunakan dan masih tersimpan akibat makmal yang tidak sempurna.

Kata seorang kawan, beliau teringat sewaktu melakukan kajian yang di Sabah dulu. Rakyat Sabah kata komputer sedia, tapi elektrik tak ada! Aduhai.

KEMENTERIAN PERTAHANAN

Rak akhbar dan majalah : RM 1445
Ubahsuai katil : RM 950
Katil Bujang : RM 700
Kerusi Plastik : RM 761
Meja Kayu kecil : RM 950

KEMENTERIAN KEMAJUAN LUAR BANDAR DAN WILAYAH

55.2% atau 79 buah dari 143 buah Tabika tidak menepati menu dan piawaian makanan yang ditetapkan.Makanan tamat tempoh.Makanan disimpan dalam bilik air dan tempat beracun.

KEMENTERIAN SUMBER ASLI DAN ALAM SEKITAR (Jabatan Taman Laut Malaysia)

Pembelian alatan yang jauh lebih mahal dari harga tertinggi pasaran.
Laptop dan pencetak dengan RM 11 845 berbanding pasaran RM 3428 : 246% lebih mahal

LCD TV dan DVD Player dengan RM 16 100 berbanding pasaran 2182: 638% lebih mahal.

Radar X-Band dengan RM 47 725 berbanding pasaran RM 8 255 : 478% lebih mahal

Bushnell Binocular dengan RM 56 350 berbanding pasaran RM 2 827 : 1893% lebih mahal

Marine Binocular dengan RM 56 350 berbanding pasaran RM 1 940 : 2 805 % lebih mahal

Walkie-Talkie dengan RM 4 324 berbanding pasaran RM 1561 : 177% lebih mahal
JUMLAH KERUGIAN ADALAH : RM 172 501

Peralatan tidak mengikuti spesifikasi kontrak :

Enjin bot aluminium : Kontrak enjin 4 stroke RM 11 553, beri enjin 2 stroke RM 6549 : Rugi RM 5396

Peti sejuk : kontrak peti jenis Panasonic RM 1299, beri peti Mitsubishi RM 629 : Rugi RM 670
Dapur : Kontrak dapur Electrolux RM 6955, beri dapur TAIYO RM 2110 : Rugi RM 4855

LCD TV dan DVD Player : Kontrak jenama Toshiba RM 16 100, beri jenama Philips RM 195 : Rugi RM 15 905

GPS : Kontrak jenama SAMYUNG, RM 5080, beri jenama FURONO, RM1055 : Rugi RM 4025

CCTV : Kontrak jenama PARADOX RM5750, beri jenama Belco, RM 640 : Rugi RM 5110

Laptop dan Printer: Kontrak jenama Acer Aspire dan HP CP1518, RM 11 945, beri Acer Travelmate dan Canon Pixma RM 2137 : Rugi RM 9808

 

 

October 29, 2011

Ketirisan amat parah di Kementah

Filed under: 1Malaysia,Barisan Nasional — Pengayau @ 8:50 am
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Taken from Free Malaysia Today

Bagaimana anda rasa sebagai pembayar cukai jika seseorang memberitahu anda bahawa Kementerian Pertahanan (Kementah) membayar sebanyak RM7.55 bilion untuk membeli kereta perisai yang harga sebenar hanya seperempat dari jumlah itu?

Jika anda benar-benar tahu berapa nilai RM7.55 bilion (atau RM7,550 juta) itu, anda mungkin terperanjat dan sukar untuk mempercayai dan memekik: “Adakah kerajaan kita begitu teruk? Adakah mereka begitu berani?

Jawapannya ialah ia; dan tirai drama mula dibuka di parlimen kita, tidak seperti di setengah-setengah laman web yang membuat dakwaan yang tidak berasas.

Ahli Parlimen Petaling Jaya Utara Tony Pua menyoal Menteri Pertahanan Datuk Seri Ahmad Zahid Hamidi kenapa Kementah membayar harga yang sangat mahal, sebanyak RM7.8 bilion untuk 257 buah kereta perisai.

Zahid menjawab bahawa kementeriannya tidak tahu bahawa harganya RM7.8 bilion seperti mana yang didakwa oleh Pua dan harga kontrak muktamad ialah RM7.55 bilion.

Beliau juga menyatakan bahawa beliau tidak tahu menahu tentang urusniaga yang membolehkan pembekal mendapatkan kenderaan- kenderaan tersebut dari Turki pada harga seperempat dari harga yang dibayar oleh Kementah.

Namun penafian Zahid itu akhirnya terbongkar apabila Pua mendedahkan bahawa Zahid sendiri menyaksikan majlis menandatangani perjanjian urusniaga itu di Ankara, Turki pada bulan Februari lalu.

Perjanjian itu ditandatangani di antara syarikat pembekal Malaysia, Deftech dan pengeluar kenderaan pertahanan Turki FNSS, syarikat usahasama di antara BAE Systems Inc. dari United Kingdom dan Nurol Holding dari Turki.

Perjanjian ini dilaporkan dalam satu kenyataan akhbar bertarikh 3 Jun 2011 di laman web BAE System Inc. melibatkan kontrak bernilai USD559 juta yang diberi kepada FNSS untuk “merekabentuk, membangun dan mengeluarkan” sebanyak 257 DEFTECH AV-8 8X8 kereta perisai beroda dan Sokongan Logistik Berintergrasi untuk Angkatan Tentera Malaysia.

Kenderaan-kenderaan tentera yang diberi nama ‘DEFTECH’, sebenarnya direkabentuk oleh FNSS PARS 8X8, kenderaan serbaguna, pelbagai misi, kenderaan beroda lengkap dengan peralatan senjata.
Harga melambong

Ini bermakna Kerajaan Malaysia membayar Deftech sebanyak RM7.55 bilion (RM29.4 juta untuk sebuah), yang kemudian membayar FNSS sebanyak RM1.7 bilion untuk 257 buah kereta perisai itu (RM6.6 bilion sebuah).

Jika anda seorang pembayar cukai yang marah dengan ‘rompakan di siang hari’ melibatkan RM6 bilion dari dana awam, tunggu dulu sehingga anda mendengar harganya di pasaran, yang jauh lebih rendah dari yang ditawarkan oleh FNSS.
Pua dalam satu kenyataannya bertarikh 9 Mac 2011, dalam blognya melaporkan bahawa harga-harga berikut untuk kereta perisai yang setanding yang ditawar dan diurusniagakan dalam pasaran.

0 Pasukan tentera Portugal membayar RM4.4 juta sebuah untuk kereta perisai Pandur II 8X8 (EUR364 juta untuk 353 buah)

0 Model terbaru Pirahan III 8X8 kereta perisai beroda yang dikeluarkanoleh Swiss MOWAG GmBH bernilai RM3.9 juta (USD1.2 juta) untuk tiap-tiap sebuah.
Dengan harga-harga ini sebagai rujukan, adalah wajar untuk kita mengharapkan supaya Kementah membuat tawaran tender terbuka dan mencapai keputusan muktamad.

Kita boleh mengurangkan harga tidak melebihi RM4.5 juta dari RM30 juta untuk sebuah kenderaan pada ketika ini dan mengurangkan nilai kontrak kepada RM1.15 bilion dari RM7.55 bilion.

Ini bermakna kerajaan Barisan Nasional telah melambongkan harganya sebanyak enam hingga tujuh kali ganda mengikut dasar pembelian peralatan pertahanan yang sama sekali tidak bersifat telus dan bertanggungjawab.
Jumlah yang sebegitu tinggi amat memeranjatkan yang mungkin tidak pernah kita dengar walaupun dalam sebuah negara yang paling korup di dunia sekali pun.

Perbelanjaan yang menggila

Urusniaga ini adalah salah satu dari kes bagaimana Kementah membelanjakan wang berbilion ringgit untuk membeli bot peronda dan helikopter dengan harga yang begitu tinggi.

Sebagai contoh, Kementah membeli enam buah kapal peronda luar pantaidari Boustead Naval Shipyard Sdn Bhd pada harga sebuah RM1 bilion (jumlah RM6 bilion).

Harga yang dibayar ini adalah lima kali ganda dari apa yang dibayar oleh Royal New Zealand Navy untuk pembelian OPV, diperolehi pada harga hanya RM210 juta sebuah (NZ$90 juta) dari syarikat kedua terbesar di dunia, BAE Systems.
Begitu juga dengan pembelian helikopter jenis Eurocopter EC725 pada harga RM190 juta setiap sebuah (RM2.3 bilion untuk 12 buah) manakala Brazil membeli helikopter jenis yang sama pada harga hanya RM82 juta sebuah.
Melihat kepada tiga kontrak ini sahaja – kereta perisai, kapal peronda dan helikopter – menyaksikan ketirisan sebanyak RM12 bilion ekoran transaksi Kementah ini.

Dengan wang sebanyak ini, kita boleh membina rumah kos rendah untuk 250,000 keluarga, menyediakan kemudahan perumahan kepada sejuta rakyat yang tidak mampu.

Dasar pembelian pihak pertahanan melibatkan rasuah yang begitu bermaharajalela sememangnya diketahui ramai di kalangan para pegawai dan eksekutif pertahanan antarabangsa seperti mana yang didedahkan oleh Wikileaks.

Wikileaks mendedahkan kabel dari Kedutaan Amerika Syarikat tentang rakaman perbualan di antara saudara mara dan rakan-rakan ahli-ahli politik ketika pemerintahan Tun Abdullah Ahmad Badawi selaku perdana menteri dan Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak sebagai timbalannya pada sekitar tahun 2004 hingga 2009.

Di samping mendedahkan jenis rasuah secara spesifik, kabel Amerika itu juga mendedahkan bahawa rasuah menjadi sumber pendapatan utama sebagai dana politik bagi mengekalkan kuasa pihak pemerintah.

Melihat dari perspektif yang lebih besar, ketirisan akibat tiga kontrak ini merupakan sebahagian kecil sahaha dari ketirisan-ketirisan yang berlaku dalam sistem pembelian kerajaan Barisan Nasional, sebagaimana didedahkan oleh Laporan Ketua Audit Negara 2010.

Laporan-laporan tahunan seperti ini, yang mendedahkan amalan rasuah dan salah guna pengurusan (hingga ada yang sukar dipercayai) sering menjadi peringatan bahawa kita terperangkap dengan sistem tadbir urus yang buruk dan akibatnya akan terus menerus mengeringkan sumber dana negara.

Tetapi jika kita menyedari bahawa Laporan Ketua Audit itu adalah sebahagian kecil dari ketirisan yang berlaku setiap tahun, kerana ianya meliputi laporan sebahagian kecil sahaja dari jumlah ratusan jabatan-jabatan kerajaan yang ada maka tentu kita amat bimbang dengan keadaan ini.

Dan adakah perubahan terhadap institusi-institusi telah dan akan berlaku di bawah pimpinan politik sekarang?

March 17, 2011

Onn Mahmud and Australia’s Most Expensive Penthouse!


Stolen from Sarawak Report 

A breath-taking duplex penthouse with spectacular views in a top Sydney location.  The press leaped on the story when this apartment sold for a record Aus$20 million in 2008.  But who was the ‘undisclosed prominent businessman’ who had been able to afford Australia’s most expensive flat and who had sold it?  What we can be certain of is that the deal involved a certain ‘prominent’ family from Sarawak, more particularly Onn Mahmud, the brother of the Chief Minister.

Australia’s most expensive flat, who could find the money to pay $20 million on one appartment?

We know that Onn was involved in the development or purchase of what is known as Ten Wylde Street, located in the prime Sydney harbour location Potts Point,  because of the evidence that was brought out in a court case some months before the story broke.  Onn was being sued for millions of dollars by a consultant who included in the bill his fees for the “development and management” of Ten Wylde Street.

Spectacular and expensive – can the Taibs outbid the rest of Australia to gain Sydney’s most expensive flat?

The court case and resulting publicity came at a very difficult moment for Onn, because attention was at the same time being drawn to his vast and unaccountable wealth by the Japanese newspapers, who were following up a prosecution by their own tax authorities against local shipping cartels.  In 2007 the story was coming out that shipping companies had been paying un-declared timber kickbacks to a mystery company in Hong Kong that was plainly linked to Onn Mahmud.

Trendy, modern glass. A total of 530 square meters in prime downtown Sydney.

Onn has a base in Sydney and had developed a number of business interests in the name of Kesuma Holdings, a company involving himself and his wife, son and daughter, however this was to shortly close down in 2009.

Quite astonishing luxury – the product of timber corruption?

When this property was brought onto the market it was marketed expensively on the internet and sold off-plan.  In fact the development was part of a refurbishment of an existing rather more old-fashioned, brick serviced-apartments building and the work is still in progress.  Just a few days ago the enterprise hit the news again when newspapers reported that the original sale deal had quietly fallen through and the original developers have moved on, selling the entire project for just about same price that this one flat was originally supposedly bought for – around $17.5- 20 million.  Did somebody have more money than sense during the property boom?

This is all off-plan imaging! A dream that is losing someone a lot of money…

Sarawak Report’s on the ground reporters in Sydney have told us that Ten Wylde Street is still very much an on-going development.  The website that advertised these glossy pictures at the time of the Aus $20 million dollar deal has now been closed down.

Needless to say, Onn Mahmud’s name has never been publicly associated with the project.  Leaving some to question whether he was the developer of the whole building project or just the mystery buyer?

What Onn Mahmud failed to deny however, when this whole matter came to court in mid-2007 and 2008, was that there had been work done on his behalf regarding the “development and management” of Ten Wylde Street, Potts Point.  It has left the rest of us questioning, where did he get all that money?

March 13, 2011

BN’s Mega-Construction YB!


Taken from Sarawak Report

In a recent online interview YB Peter Nansian, an Assistant Environment Minister in Taib’s cabinet and State Assemblyman for Tasik Biru, wrote ”I went into politics to strive for the people..if you come to my area.. all the main roads and other infrastructure are already in place..I always think of how to further develop the area and its people”. 

However, what his readers and constituents might not have picked up on is just how much of such publicly-funded construction is carried out by the enthusiastic YB himself!  Indeed, after a hard day’s work in Taib Mahmud’s cabinet he must have to rush home to get on his hard hat in order to oversee the hundreds of millions of ringgit worth of public projects that his company, Juara Beetuah Sdn Bhd, has been commissioned to carry out. 

Perhaps it because of his over-loaded schedule that this minister seems to have forgotten that it is criminally corrupt for holders of public office to operate private companies that directly benefit from the awarding of contracts by their own government?

Massive contracts

Peter Nansian is clearly identified in Malaysia’s Construction Industry Development Board’s list of registered companies as a Director of Juara Beetuah, a construction company that has received numerous government contracts worth hundreds of millions of ringgit! [ http://www.cidb.gov.my/directory/local_contractor_details.php?cont_id=28898 ]     

Director of the company Juara Beetuah. Getting listed in the CIDB Directory is crucial for companies seeking government contracts.

 

Furthermore, the address and contact details for Juara Beetuah, as laid out in the CIDB website are the same as those given by YB Peter Nansian in his Wikipedia online entry.

This is where you can find me. YB Peter Nansen’s Wikipedia entry confirms he is based at ‘Champion Beetuah’, English for Juara Beetuah!

But it is the sheer scale of the public contracts that the YB has been awarded by his own BN ruling coalition that causes real astonishment.  Juara Beetuah is registered as having received a total of 10 public contracts since the year 2000 with a total worth of RM350 million !

YB Peter Nansen’s public construction projects! Total value of around RM350 million. Note that project No 9, which is a road from Oya to Balingian is worth RM256 million alone.

 Constituents, whom YB Peter Nansian has tried to assure he has been working hard to support, may care to notice that these projects do not include developments in his own area!

What construction company? 

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December 14, 2010

Missing Malaysia

Filed under: Books — Pengayau @ 4:36 pm
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BN Blunders and Plunders

“The article also contains long,long catalogue of crimes and incompetencies,though just the tip of the iceberg according to its author,including

1.The Bank Bumiputra scandals of the early 1980s (RM3.2 Billion)

2.Maminco’s 1980s attempt to corner the global tin market (RM1.6 Billion)

3.Bank Negara losses on foreign exchange futures in the 1990s (RM30 Billion)

4.Perwaja Steel losses (RM2.56 Billion)

5.Bank Islam scandal (RM700 Million)

6.Wang Ehsan from Terengganu Oil Royalty (RM7.4 Billion)

7.Shoring up of Valuecap Sdn Bhd with public funds (RM10 Billion)

8.Commissions to Perimekar Sdn Bhd and IMT Defence Sdn Bhd on Jet fighter and Submarine deals
(RM910 Million)

9.Unitemised IT equipment purchased for Schools (RM2.21 Billion)

10.Soft loan to PKFZ (RM4.63 Billion)

11.Customs,Immigration and Quarantine complex for cancelled
crooked bridge to Singapore (RM1.3 Billion)

12.Compensation to Gerbang Perdana Sdn Bhd for cancellation of crooked bridge contract (RM300 Million)

13.Two bailouts of Malaysian Airlines (RM7.9 Billion)

14.Bailout of Putra transport system (RM4.5 Billion)

15.Bailout of STAR LRT transport system (RM3.256 Billion)

16.Bailout of Kajian Makanan dan Gunaan Orang Islam (RM8.3 Billion)

17.Compensation paid to highway companies,as announced in 2006 (RM38.5 Billion)

I make that about RM126 Billion so far,or,according to my possibly somewhat suspect arithmetic,arround $4,680 for every man,woman and child in Malaysia.But we barely started yet

The roll of dishonour compiled,goes on to the list dozens more example of blunder or plunder or both,including the RM100 Million renovation of the Parliament building,the estimated RM500 Million per year for National Service Program,the National Astronout Program,the Eye on Malaysia,Le Tour De Langkawi,massive quantities of unused electoral indelible ink and bailouts of the National Sewerage System,Port Dickson Highway and Kuching Prison Project

Also included,though impossible for us innocent bystanders to cost,are the notorious Approval Permits (AP) scandal,the wholesale distribution of tens of millions of shares in Bursa Saham Malaysia under the guise of NEP and alienation of tens of thousands of hectares of commercial lands and forestry commissions to relatives of BN leaders and ministers”

Page 62-64

~Dean John~

 

Similar to what Barry Wain said in his Malaysian Maverick book.So Vote for BN equals to vote for more and more plunderings and corruptions !!!

Ps:To those who were interested to get a copy of this book,it is available at MPH Bookstore nearby.This is the latest addition to my books collection


November 9, 2010

Caught on Video ! Taib Admits Vast Wealth As He Bribes Voters!


Taken from Sarawak Report

Same old boasts and same old bribes – Taib had nothing new to offer in Sibu

Taib has not only been caught out bribing voters, but also admitting to his vast wealth!  The illegal act and the confession were both captured in a video recording of an election speech that has now come into the possession of Sarawak Report.  In the recording he tells his audience:

“I’ve got more money than I can ever spend, so I don’t worry about money.  All my children now look after [my money], so I am giving you something very nice”

Later he makes a direct offer to bribe the audience of longhouse voters, who he was visiting during the Sibu by-election:

“I am prepared to give you 600 ringgit per [longhouse] door, normal thing right, no change.  People have said that’s a lot of money.  I have many friends all over the world. They are in Germany, Japan, China. We can talk, ask them to invest here.”

The Bribe

His boast about wealth

“More money than I can ever spend” –  vindication of Sarawak Report

The footage was taken while Taib was doing the rounds of the longhouses during the recent Sibu by-election, where he in fact suffered a shock defeat.  It shows the aging politician employing his tried and tested method for winning seats, without realising that time and technology has moved on.  He should have known that what you say in public these days gets recorded!  In response, Sarawak Report would like to thank him for his statements, which we regard as a vindication of our accusations over the past weeks and a full confession of his corruption.

His remarks admitting he has accumulated ”more money than I can ever spend” out of abusing his position of power in Sarawak, were recorded on cheap equipment by observers in the audience, who say that he repeated the same claims and offered the same bribe of 600 ringgit per door (longhouse family) numerous times as he visited different communities.

In so doing he has demonstrated that while he officially disguises the fact that he is the real owner of his family’s fortune by using his siblings and children as nominees, he still thinks he can get away with bragging about it in public, especially when he is trying to impress voters he wants to bribe.

However, this time he did not get away with it.  In Sibu the voters knew full well that he was trying to bribe them with their own money, having stripped them of their lands and taken the profits.   Their message to the Chief Minister after this speech in June was that if he has more money than he can ever spend why is he still seeking to stay on in office and make yet more money out of Sarawak?  This message needs to be repeated by all the voters at the State Election and the Federal Election.  The opposition coalition wants to end Taib Mahmud’s illegal plunder of the State of Sarawak!

See for yourself

Sarawak Report has produced a transcript of what the Chief Minister said in the recording, which was spoken partly in Malay and partly in English with some Iban, in a speech to a crowded longhouse.  While the audio is not good, it is perfectly possible to make out his words.Read more here

Read also Taib’s family ‘Cheated’ Japanese Shareholders! Hard Evidence – Sanyan Scandal Exposes Taib! Bomoh Warned Taib To Step Down! – Part Two of our exclusive revelations

August 1, 2010

Same shit different day


 

Taken from The Malaysian Insider

KUALA LUMPUR, July 31 — Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) chief commissioner Datuk Seri Abu Kassim Mohamed today intends to push the Najib administration members to declare their assets publicly.The Cabinet members now declare their assets to Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak annually but it is not made public.

“Declaration of assets is very, very important,” Abu Kassim said at the 15th Malaysian Law Conference at the KL Convention Centre here.

The nation’s top graft fighter was responding to a suggestion from former Bar Council president Datuk Ambiga Sreenevasan that the assets of politicians — particularly those in the Cabinet — and the judiciary be made publicly available for the sake of transparency.

“I agree with you… Everybody — for example, the minister or the judiciary — has to declare,” he told Ambiga.

Following the thumping Barisan Nasional (BN) took in the March 2008 general election, then-Prime Minister Tun Abdullah Ahmad Badawi had directed Cabinet members to declare their assets in a bid to appease a public that was increasingly sceptical of BN’s capacity for reform.

Ministers, as well as deputy ministers, were required to fill in asset declaration forms with the MACC’s predecessor, the Anti-Corruption Agency (ACA), with the intention of making the information available online for public scrutiny.

However, Abdullah backed down from this plan after facing stiff opposition from ministers, who felt that it would be an invasion of privacy for the public to know their financial worth.

Abu Kassim earlier assured Ambiga that he was willing to investigate cases involving Cabinet members impartially without any regard to their political affiliation.

“I can assure you, if there is a case… against any Cabinet member and we didn’t investigate, I’m willing to go down,” he declared, by way of assurance.

He added that he was, in fact, already investigating Cabinet members for alleged corrupt practices but stopped short of elaborating.

MACC has come under sustained fire after its January 2008 start for what detractors claim is a poor record of prosecution and ineffective fight against corruption.Read more here

Pengayau comment

Im getting sick and tired of all this Rhetorics and Polemics.There is no need for me to keep on repeating the same comment and statement  for over and over again.I let it to the readers to decide.If MACC failed to get their job done,well,just wait for the Rakyat to take  some “Serious Action” in the next General Election.Brace,brace,brace for the IMPACT!!!!

July 30, 2010

Pakatan Rakyat challenged,but BN denied.After 4 years,same facts used to charge!Scorpene,Altantuya,Eurocopter?Oh ya,Taib?


 

Taken from Malaysia Kini

PKFZ: Ling hadapi tuduhan tipu kerajaan M’sia

Bekas menteri pengangkutan, Tun Dr Ling Liong Sik hari ini didakwa di Mahkamah Sesyen Putrajaya atas tuduhan menipu kerajaan Malaysia dengan memperdaya Jemaah Menteri berhubung pembelian tanah untuk projek ”Mega Distribution Hub” di Pelabuhan Klang.

 

 

 

Ling, 67, juga adalah bekas presiden MCA.

Beliau tiba di mahkamah pada jam 4.45 petang dengan ditemani isterinya, Toh Puan Ena Ling serta dua anak lelakinya.Ling kemudian mengambil tempatnya di kandang tertuduh.Beliau adalah presiden MCA yang kedua dihadapkan ke mahkamah selepas Tan Koon Swan.

Ling didakwa menipu kerajaan sekitar 25 September 2002 dan 6 November 2002 dengan memperdayakan jemaah menteri untuk memberikan persetujuan pembelian tanah di Pulau Indah untuk projek Mega Distribution Hub di Pelabuhan Kelang.

Dia juga didakwa dengan curang menyembunyikan fakta berhubung penilaian Jabatan Penilaian dan Perkhidmatan Harta, Kementerian Kewangan ke atas tanah seluas 43,538,200 kaki persegi yang dicadangkannya. 

 

 

Ling yang memegang jawatan Menteri Pengangkutan selama 14 tahun dari Januari 1986 hingga Mei 2000, didakwa atas satu pertuduhan utama mengikut Seksyen 418 Kanun Keseksaan dan satu pertuduhan pilihan mengikut Seksyen 417 kanun yang sama.

 Seksyen 418 Kanun Keseksaan yang membawa hukuman penjara sehingga tujuh tahun atau denda atau kedua-duanya sekali jika sabit kesalahan.

 Manakala pertuduhan alternatif mengikut Seksyen 417, Kanun Keseksaan, yang membawa hukuman lebih ringan iaitu penjara sehingga lima tahun atau denda atau kedua-duanya sekali.

 Beliau bagaimanapun mengaku tidak bersalah dan membayar ikat jamin RM1 juta dengan seorang penjamin.Read more here 

Pengayau comment

Reform” during Dollah Badawi Era,Tan Sri Kasitah Gadam,former Land Co-Operative Development Minister of Sabah,charged for cheating and corruption=ACQUITED!!

Tan Sri Eric Chia,former Managing Director of Perwaja Steel and a well known crony of Mahathir charged for Criminal Breach of Trust involving RM74.4 Million=ACQUITED!!!!

“Reform” during Najib Copperfield Era,Linggam Video Clip(Correct3x),Royal Commission has been set up to prove the Authenticity of the Video.It has been proven authentic by the Panel.Apa jadi lepas tue?No further action and no prosecution from Attorney General office.Alasan? “It is morally wrong but legally right”

PKFZ Scandal,RM12.5 Billion PKFZ debacle.Ling Liong Sik has been charged and release on bail of RM1 Million.Apa jadi lepas nie??Well,let us just WAIT and SEE the Drama!!

Scorpene Submarine?Atlantuya?Taib foreign properties?

Read also Pakatan ‘unconvinced’ by charges against Ling
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