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August 18, 2012

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“Undi lah Pembangkang jika anda setuju untuk jadikan Kristian sebagai Agama rasmi Persekutuan Malaysia”

The same tactics they use in Sarawak in the last state election whereby posters of YB Baru Bian (Sarawak PKR Chairman) implicating that Sarawak would become a Christian state if PKR won in Sarawak and that has scared away some Muslims voters

The fact is, Sarawak is a Secular State with no Official Religion vis a vis Point No.1 of our 20/18 Point of Agreement prior to formation of Malaysia in 1963 which read:

Point 1: Religion
While there was no objection to Islam being the national religion of Malaysia there should be no State religion in North Borneo, and the provisions relating to Islam in the present Constitution of Malaya should not apply to North Borneo

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/20-point_agreement

Of course, BN wont admit it. That is typical “Baling batu, Sembunyi tangan”

UMNO style/modus operandi is similar to NAZI propaganda in the 2nd World War, Racist to the core!

Khairy Jamaluddin said they have taken down that pic, and now investigating who’s that foolish site admin that uploading that image. The pic went viral in just few minutes. He does not know that, that FB page exist, could have been setup by anyone or fanboy. Well, damage is already done.

 

Excerpt from the Wikipedia :

Article 3 of the Constitution of Malaysia establishes Islam as the “Religion of the Federation”However, Malaysia’s law and jurisprudence is based on the English common law. Sharia law is applicable only to Muslims, and is restricted to family law and religious observances. Therefore, there has been much debate on whether Malaysia is a secular state or an Islamic state.

Originally, the draft Constitution of Malaysia did not specify any official religion for the state. This move was supported by the rulers of the nine Malay states, who felt that it was sufficient that Islam was the official religion of each of their individual states. However, Justice Hakim Abdul Hamid of the Reid Commission which drafted the Constitution came out strongly in favour of making Islam the official religion, and as a result the final Constitution named Islam as the official religion of Malaysia.

Nine of the Malaysian states, namely Kelantan, Terengganu, Pahang, Kedah, Perak, Perlis, Selangor, Johor and Negeri Sembilan have constitutional Malay monarchs (most of them styled as Sultans). These Malay rulers still maintain authority over religious affairs in states. The states of Penang, Malacca, Sarawak and Sabah do not have any sultan, but the king (Yang di-Pertuan Agong) plays the role of head of Islam in each of those states as well as in each of the Federal Territories of Kuala Lumpur, Labuan and Putrajaya.

On the occasion of Tunku Abdul Rahman (Malaysia’s first prime minister)’s 80th birthday, he stated in the 9 February 1983 edition of the newspaper The Star that the “country has a multi-racial population with various beliefs. Malaysia must continue as a secular State with Islam as the official religion.” In the same issue of The Star, Abdul Rahman was supported by the third Malaysian Prime Minister, Hussein Onn, who stated that the “Nation can still be functional as a secular state with Islam as the “Official Religion”

Although the constitution declares Malaysia to be a secular state, there is much confusion on this subject. Several Muslims have argued, especially after former Prime Minister Mahathir bin Mohamad’s declaration that Malaysia is an Islamic state, that Malaysia is in fact an Islamic state.

One Member of Parliament (MP), Badruddin bin Amiruldin, has stated in the Dewan Rakyat house of Parliament that “Malaysia ini negara Islam” (“Malaysia is an Islamic state”) and that “you tidak suka, you keluar dari Malaysia!” (“You don’t like it, you get out of Malaysia!”) Badruddin refused to retract his statement, and a motion to refer him to the House Committee of Privileges was rejected by a voice vote.

However, the first Prime Minister, Tunku Abdul Rahman, contradicted this stance in the 1980s, saying, “All talk on Islamic States is just an empty dream. No man in his right sense would accept a nation which bases its political administration on religion, and in a country like Malaysia with its multiracial and multireligious people, there is no room for an Islamic State.” In 1988, the courts rejected the argument that Malaysia was a theocratic state http://www.loyarburok.com/2010/01/09/criminalizing-liberty-second-segment/

Despite the Federal Government’s denial that Malaysia is an Islamic state, the previous administration under Abdullah Badawi have gradually furthered the agenda of Islamic supremacy at the expense of other religions. The spread of Christianity is a particular sore point for the Muslim majority. The Malaysian government has also persecuted Christian groups who were perceived to be attempting to proselytize to Muslim audiences. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Islam_in_Malaysia

October 30, 2011

Chart : How has the government managed the budget surplus in the last 16 years?

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Taken from PoliTweet.Org

This graph shows the budget surplus trend as a percentage of GDP from 1996 – 2012. Since 1998 there has been a budget deficit.

A budget deficit occurs when the government spends more than it receives in revenue. Deficits are financed by borrowing, which increases public sector debt. This is not necessarily a bad thing, as government spending can help stimulate economic growth and benefit society through welfare, healthcare and measures dealing with job loss and owning property. This can become necessary during a recession.

What is important for voters is ensuring that the government works to reduce the deficit, so it does not remain high or increase over a sustained period. This can be seen from 2000 – 2007. The original budget deficit estimated for 2009 was 3.6%. It ultimately turned out to be 7.0%. Why?

In 2008/2009 there was a global recession and Malaysia experienced negative GDP growth and lower projected revenue. The export-focused manufacturing sector was the hardest hit. The government implemented stimulus packages (RM 67 billion) and other measures to help the economy. This brought the economy from a negative GDP growth of -1.6% in 2009 to a positive growth of 7.2% in 2010 (5.4% when compared to 2008 GDP figure).

Barisan Nasional has allocated RM 232.8 billion for Budget 2012, and aims to bring the deficit down to -4.7% of GDP.

Pakatan Rakyat has allocated RM 220.5 billion for Budget 2012, and aims to bring the deficit down to -4.4% of GDP.

Ahmed Kamal
12 October 2011

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Figures used in this graph:

Format: Year – Deficit (% of GDP)

1996 : 0.7
1997 : 2.3
1998 : -1.8
1999 : -3.2
2000 : -5.8
2001 : -5.5
2002 : -5.6
2003 : -5.3
2004 : -4.3
2005 : -3.6
2006 : -3.3
2007 : -3.2
2008 : -4.8
2009 : -7.0
2010 : -5.6
2011 : -5.4
2012 : -4.7

Chart : Budget 2012, Pakatan Rakyat Vs Barisan Nasional

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Taken from PoliTweet.Org

(NOTE: Chart on the left is the Barisan Nasional budget, chart on the right is the Pakatan Rakyat budget)

How does the Pakatan Rakyat Budget compare with the Barisan Nasional Budget for 2012?

This graph shows the allocation in spending in both budgets across 7 different areas.

Barisan Nasional (BN) allocated RM 232.8 billion.
Pakatan Rakyat (PR) allocated RM 220.5 billion.
The previous 2011 Budget was 213.9 billion.

The percentage gap in spending priorities is greatest in National and International Affairs, Education, Talent and Employment and Community Wellbeing.

Pakatan Rakyat’s spending priorities are:

1. Education, Talent and Employment (25%)
2. National and International Affairs (21%)
3. Economics and Finance (16%)
4. Community Wellbeing (15%)
5. Security (11%)
6. Agriculture and Regional Development (8%)
7. Infrastructure, Resource Management and Environment (4%)

Barisan Nasional’s spending priorities are:

1. National and International Affairs (26%)
2. Education, Talent and Employment (22%)
3. Economics and Finance (16%)
4. Community Wellbeing (12%)
5. Security (11%)
6. Agriculture and Regional Development (8%)
7. Infrastructure, Resource Management and Environment (5%)

Despite similar priorities and a 5.57% smaller budget, Pakatan Rakyat has allocated more spending than Barisan Nasional in the following areas:

1. Education, Talent and Employment (54.3 billion vs 51.4 billion)
2. Community Wellbeing (32.8 billion vs 28.1 billion)

This was achieved by reducing the allocation in other areas, primarily National and International Affairs.

Ahmed Kamal
11th October 2011

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Government agencies for each area:

National and International Affairs
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Tanggungan
Parlimen
Pejabat Penyimpan Mohor Besar Raja-Raja
Jabatan Audit
Suruhanjaya Pilihan Raya
Suruhanjaya Perkhidmatan Awam
Jabatan Perdana Menteri
Jabatan Perkhidmatan Awam
Jabatan Peguam Negara
Suruhanjaya Pencegahan Rasuah Malaysia (SPRM)
Kementerian Luar Negeri
Kementerian Wilayah Persekutuan dan Kesejahteraan Bandar
Suruhanjaya Perkhidmatan Pendidikan
Kementerian Penerangan, Komunikasi dan Kebudayaan
Simpanan Luar Jangka
Kementerian Pembangunan Usahawan dan Koperasi
Kementerian Perpaduan, Kebudayaan, Kesenian dan Warisan
Kementerian Hal Ehwal Dalam Negeri

Education, Talent and Employment
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Kementerian Pelajaran
Kementerian Sumber Manusia
Kementerian Pengajian Tinggi

Economics and Finance
——
Kementerian Kewangan
Kementerian Perdagangan Antarabangsa dan Industri
Kementerian Perdagangan Dalam Koperasi dan Kepenggunaan
Kementerian Pelancongan

Community Wellbeing
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Kementerian Pengangkutan
Kementerian Kesihatan
Kementerian Perumahan dan Kerajaan Tempatan
Kementerian Belia dan Sukan
Kementerian Pembangunan Wanita, Keluarga dan Masyarakat

Security
——
Kementerian Pertahanan
Kementerian Dalam Negeri

Agriculture and Regional Development
——
Kementerian Perusahaan Perladangan dan Komoditi
Kementerian Pertanian dan Industri Asas Tani
Kementerian Kemajuan Luar Bandar dan Wilayah

Infrastructure, Resource Management and Environment
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Kementerian Sumber Asli dan Alam Sekitar
Kementerian Kerja Raya
Kementerian Tenaga, Teknologi Hijau dan Air
Kementerian Sains, Teknologi dan Inovasi

Chart : How does the Pakatan Rakyat Budget compare with the Barisan Nasional Budget for 2012?

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Taken from PoliTweet.Org

This graph shows the trend in spending by the Barisan Nasional government across 7 different areas from 2008 – 2012. The dotted lines indicate how the budget would be spent if Pakatan Rakyat was in control of the Federal Government.

Barisan Nasional (BN) allocated RM 232.8 billion.
Pakatan Rakyat (PR) allocated RM 220.5 billion.
The previous 2011 Budget was 213.9 billion.

The gap in spending priorities is greatest in National and International Affairs, Education, Talent and Employment, Economics and Finance and Community Wellbeing.

Pakatan Rakyat focused spending on increased Education, Talent and Employment and Community Wellbeing and a 20% reduction on National and International Affairs.

Barisan Nasional focused spending on increased Economics and Finance, Agriculture and Regional Development and Infrastructure, Resource Management and Environment.

Ahmed Kamal
10th October 2011

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Government agencies for each area:

National and International Affairs
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Tanggungan
Parlimen
Pejabat Penyimpan Mohor Besar Raja-Raja
Jabatan Audit
Suruhanjaya Pilihan Raya
Suruhanjaya Perkhidmatan Awam
Jabatan Perdana Menteri
Jabatan Perkhidmatan Awam
Jabatan Peguam Negara
Suruhanjaya Pencegahan Rasuah Malaysia (SPRM)
Kementerian Luar Negeri
Kementerian Wilayah Persekutuan dan Kesejahteraan Bandar
Suruhanjaya Perkhidmatan Pendidikan
Kementerian Penerangan, Komunikasi dan Kebudayaan
Simpanan Luar Jangka
Kementerian Pembangunan Usahawan dan Koperasi
Kementerian Perpaduan, Kebudayaan, Kesenian dan Warisan
Kementerian Hal Ehwal Dalam Negeri

Education, Talent and Employment
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Kementerian Pelajaran
Kementerian Sumber Manusia
Kementerian Pengajian Tinggi

Economics and Finance
——
Kementerian Kewangan
Kementerian Perdagangan Antarabangsa dan Industri
Kementerian Perdagangan Dalam Koperasi dan Kepenggunaan
Kementerian Pelancongan

Community Wellbeing
——
Kementerian Pengangkutan
Kementerian Kesihatan
Kementerian Perumahan dan Kerajaan Tempatan
Kementerian Belia dan Sukan
Kementerian Pembangunan Wanita, Keluarga dan Masyarakat

Security
——
Kementerian Pertahanan
Kementerian Dalam Negeri

Agriculture and Regional Development
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Kementerian Perusahaan Perladangan dan Komoditi
Kementerian Pertanian dan Industri Asas Tani
Kementerian Kemajuan Luar Bandar dan Wilayah

Infrastructure, Resource Management and Environment
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Kementerian Sumber Asli dan Alam Sekitar
Kementerian Kerja Raya
Kementerian Tenaga, Teknologi Hijau dan Air
Kementerian Sains, Teknologi dan Inovasi

Chart : How have government spending priorities changed for 2012?

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Taken from PoliTweet.Org

The 2012 Budget of RM 232.8 billion shows increased spending across most Federal government agencies. However, when compared with the 2011 Budget of RM 213.9 billion, it becomes apparent that some agencies received a reduced share of the budget despite an increase in spending.

For some allocations (e.g. Simpanan Luar Jangka/Contingencies Reserve) that is to be expected. But this visualisation helps analysts see which agencies experienced the biggest shifts in spending. It also serves to highlight any incongruity between the increases in dollar figures versus the proportional change in spending. Take Education and Security for example.

For Education, the total increase for the Ministry of Education (Kementerian Pelajaran) and Ministry of Higher Education (Kementerian Pengajian Tinggi) is RM 1.8 billion.

For Security, the total increase for the Ministry of Defence (Kementerian Pertahanan) and Ministry of Home Affairs (Kementerian Dalam Negeri) is RM 1.03 billion.

Looking at the dollar figures, it would seem that both spending areas have received substantial increases. While that is true, from the chart it is clear they have a lower priority.

How was this calculated?

For Education:

1) The Ministry of Education received an increase of 1.5 billion
2) The Ministry of Higher Education received an increase of 290 million.
3) The total increase is 1.8 billion.
4) In 2011 they took up 22.6% of the budget. For 2012 they have been given 21.55%.
5) Despite the increase of 1.8 billion, it’s a loss of -1.05% since 2011.

For Security:

1) The Ministry of Defence received a decrease of 108.9 million
2) The Ministry of Home Affairs received an increase of 1.1358 billion.
3) In 2011 they took up 10.92% of the budget. For 2012 they have been given 10.47%.
4) That is a loss of -0.45% since 2011.
5) Individually the Ministry of Defence has reduced -0.57%, whereas the Ministry of Home Affairs increased by 0.12%.

In summary, both areas have received a reduced share of the budget, and the allocation share for Education has reduced at a greater rate than the allocation for Security.

Ahmed Kamal
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Summary of the figures used in this chart:

(Agency – % change from 2011 to 2012)
Kementerian Kewangan – 1.243464
Kementerian Wilayah Persekutuan dan Kesejahteraan Bandar – 0.652124
Kementerian Kerja Raya – 0.56324
Kementerian Pertanian dan Industri Asas Tani – 0.50238
Kementerian Perusahaan Perladangan dan Komoditi – 0.442796
Kementerian Tenaga, Teknologi Hijau dan Air – 0.285943
Kementerian Pembangunan Wanita, Keluarga dan Masyarakat – 0.262252
Kementerian Perdagangan Antarabangsa dan Industri – 0.176616
Kementerian Kesihatan – 0.13168
Kementerian Dalam Negeri – 0.127052
Kementerian Sumber Manusia – 0.08036
Jabatan Perkhidmatan Awam – 0.019177
Kementerian Pelancongan – 0.015936
Kementerian Luar Negeri – 0.009734
Pejabat Penyimpan Mohor Besar Raja-Raja – (0.000024375)
Suruhanjaya Perkhidmatan Pendidikan – (0.00045)
Jabatan Audit – (0.00089)
Parlimen – (0.00115)
Jabatan Peguam Negara – (0.0014)
Suruhanjaya Perkhidmatan Awam – (0.00149)
Suruhanjaya Pilihan Raya – (0.00156)
Suruhanjaya Pencegahan Rasuah Malaysia (SPRM) – (0.00378)
Kementerian Penerangan, Komunikasi dan Kebudayaan – (0.00384)
Kementerian Perumahan dan Kerajaan Tempatan – (0.02464)
Kementerian Sains, Teknologi dan Inovasi – (0.02704)
Kementerian Belia dan Sukan – (0.03375)
Kementerian Sumber Asli dan Alam Sekitar – (0.03676)
Kementerian Perdagangan Dalam Koperasi dan Kepenggunaan – (0.05891)
Simpanan Luar Jangka – (0.07565)
Kementerian Pengangkutan – (0.09692)
Kementerian Pengajian Tinggi – (0.35214)
Tanggungan – (0.41076)
Kementerian Kemajuan Luar Bandar dan Wilayah – (0.50461)
Kementerian Pertahanan – (0.56966)
Kementerian Pelajaran – (0.70084)
Jabatan Perdana Menteri – (1.60688)

Chart: The size of Malaysia’s public debt

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Taken from PoliTweet.Org

The public debt is the total amount owed by the Federal Government, both domestic and external. Since 1997 the Federal Government debt (public debt) has steadily increased. The latest figure for June 2011 places the debt at RM 437 billion.

Not only has the total debt been increasing, but the rate of growth has for the most part remained high. It crossed RM100 billion in 1998. It crossed 200 billion in 2004. It crossed 300 billion in 2008. It crossed 400 billion in 2010.

In other words, the time taken for the debt to grow has been:

100 billion to 200 billion = 6 years
200 billion to 300 billion = 4 years
300 billion to 400 billion = 2 years

That is an exponential growth rate. The average growth rate from 2005 – 2010 was 10.6%/year. If the current growth rate holds steady at 10%, the public debt will cross RM 1 trillion by 2020.

Ahmed Kamal
19th October 2011

(*) Domestic debt is debt owed to creditors within the country (citizens). Examples are treasury bills, securities (e.g. EPF), and other borrowings by the government.

(*) External debt is debt owed to creditors outside the country. Examples are external market loans in foreign currencies, and external bilateral and multilateral project loans.

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Data used in this graph:

Format : Year – Amount

Domestic Debt (RM million)
1995 – 78038
1996 – 79211
1997 – 76968
1998 – 88197
1999 – 93750
2000 – 106805
2001 – 121396
2002 – 128680
2003 – 151483
2004 – 181970
2005 – 198670
2006 – 217220
2007 – 247120
2008 – 286121
2009 – 348600
2010 – 390356
June 2011 – 421016

External Debt (RM million)
1995 – 13331
1996 – 10470
1997 – 12952
1998 – 14924
1999 – 18368
2000 – 18821
2001 – 24328
2002 – 36283
2003 – 37284
2004 – 34654
2005 – 30000
2006 – 25005
2007 – 19602
2008 – 20316
2009 – 13786
2010 – 16745
June 2011 – 16166

Chart: The growth rate of public debt

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Taken from Poliweet.Org

The public debt is the total amount owed by the Federal Government, both domestic and external. Since 1997 the Federal Government debt (public debt) has steadily increased. The latest figure for June 2011 places the debt at RM 437 billion.

This chart shows the growth rate on a yearly basis from 1996 – June 2011. It is helpful for analysts to identify our worst and best years. From this it is easy to see that the 2008 – 2009 recession was the worst period, where the debt increased by 18.26%.

A lower growth rate can be achieved by the government either by increasing revenue or lowering expenses.

Not only has the total debt been increasing, but the rate of growth has for the most part remained high. It crossed RM100 billion in 1998. It crossed 200 billion in 2004. It crossed 300 billion in 2008. It crossed 400 billion in 2010.

In other words, the time taken for the debt to grow has been:

100 billion to 200 billion = 6 years
200 billion to 300 billion = 4 years
300 billion to 400 billion = 2 years

That is an exponential growth rate. The average growth rate from 2005 – 2010 was 10.6%/year. If the current growth rate holds steady at 10%, the public debt will cross RM 1 trillion by 2020.

Ahmed Kamal
19th October 2011

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Data used in this graph:

Format – Year : Percentage change from previous year

1996 : -1.847453732
1997 : 0.266500151
1998 : 14.6808274
1999: 8.724702049
2000 : 12.04802084
2001 : 15.99828061
2002 : 13.20235514
2003 : 14.42990246
2004 : 14.75734636
2005 : 5.560787355
2006 : 5.927756155
2007 : 10.11332439
2008 : 14.89003532
2009 : 18.25791272
2010 : 12.33905283
June 2011 :7.389075438

Chart: The possible future of public debt- RM1 trillion

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Taken from Poliweet.Org

The public debt is the total amount owed by the Federal Government, both domestic and external. Since 1997 the Federal Government debt (public debt) has steadily increased. The latest figure for June 2011 places the debt at RM 437 billion.

Not only has the total debt been increasing, but the rate of growth has for the most part remained high. It crossed RM100 billion in 1998. It crossed 200 billion in 2004. It crossed 300 billion in 2008. It crossed 400 billion in 2010.

In other words, the time taken for the debt to grow has been:

100 billion to 200 billion = 6 years
200 billion to 300 billion = 4 years
300 billion to 400 billion = 2 years

That is an exponential growth rate. The average growth rate from 2005 – 2010 was 10.6%/year. If the current growth rate holds steady at 10%, the public debt will cross RM 1 trillion by 2020.

This chart shows the size of the public debt from 1995 – 2020, based on an estimated growth rate of 10% per year from June 2011 onwards. This serves as an illustration of the possible future of the public debt based on recent trends.

While the debt ceiling ensures this will not happen easily, this chart should make it clear that recent trends are not sustainable for the future. Economic reforms are needed to drive up revenue, lower expenditure or both.

Ahmed Kamal
19th October 2011

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Data used in this graph:

Format : Year – Amount

Public Debt (RM million)

1995 – 91369
1996 – 89681
1997 – 89920
1998 – 103121
1999 – 112118
2000 – 125626
2001 – 145724
2002 – 164963
2003 – 188767
2004 – 216624
2005 – 228670
2006 – 242225
2007 – 266722
2008 – 306437
2009 – 362386
2010 – 407101
June 2011 – 437182
2012 – 480900.2
2013 – 528990.22
2014 – 581889.242
2015 – 640078.1662
2016 – 704085.9828
2017 – 774494.5811
2018 – 851944.0392
2019 – 937138.4431
2020 – 1030852.287

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

We are Rich but yet, We are Poor!!

Filed under: Sarawak — Pengayau @ 7:53 am
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Auditor’s General Report 2010 on Miskin and Miskin Tegar info taken from Sistem E-Kasih yang dilaksanakan oleh Unit Penyelarasan Pelaksanaan, Jabatan Perdana Menteri.

Sarawak 2008- 14,196(Miskin), 12,129(Miskin Tegar)

Sarawak 2009- 15,112(Miskin), 11,314(Miskin Tegar)

Sarawak 2010- 22,374(Miskin), 721(Miskin Tegar) 

Senarai E-Kasih for 2010.

1. Johor – 1814(Miskin), 8(Miskin Tegar)


2. Kedah – 3687(Miskin), 0(Miskin Tegar)


3. Kelantan – 6534(Miskin), 7(Miskin Tegar)


4. Melaka- 569(Miskin), 1(Miskin Tegar)


5. Neg. Sembilan – 461(Miskin), 0(Miskin Tegar)


6. Pahang – 1649(Miskin), 3(Miskin Tegar)


7. Perak – 3558(Miskin), 1(MiskinTegar)


8. Perlis – 971(Miskin), 3(Miskin Tegar)


9. Pulau Pinang – 947(Miskin), 0(Miskin Tegar)


10. Sabah – 29,375(Miskin), 1707(Miskin Tegar)


11. Sarawak – 22,374(Miskin), 721(Miskin Tegar)


12. Selangor – 2579(Miskin), 12(Miskin Tegar)


13. WP Kuala Lumpur – 146(Miskin), 1(Miskin Tegar)


14. WP Labuan – 160(Miskin), 0(Miskin Tegar)


15. WP Putrajaya – 0(Miskin), 0(Miskin Tegar)

October 24, 2011

Mara ditegur beli peralatan pada harga tinggi


Taken from Malaysia Kini

Di sebalik membelanjakan peruntukan RM54 juta untuk menyediakan kursus latihan bagi golongan miskin tegar, Majlis Amanah Rakyat (MARA) membelanjakan wang untuk mendapatkan peralatan tertentu – seratus peratus lebih tinggi berbanding harga pasaran.

NONELaporan Audit 2010, yang dibentangkan di Dewan Rakyat hari ini, menyatakan bahawa dana yang disediakan di bawah program rangsangan ekonomi kedua untuk membantu golongan miskin meningkatkan pendapatan mereka.

Berikut beberapa barang yang dilaporkan dalam laporan berkenaan:

  • Ketuhar berharga RM1,200 berbanding harga pasaran RM419, untuk membuat roti dan pastri bagi kursus di Kelantan
  • Katil Boleh Lipat berharga RM500 berbanding harga pasaran RM100
  • NONEDapur gas dua pembakar pada harga RM200 setiap satu, dan bukannya RM59.90
  • Mesin gunting rambut yang dibekalkan pada harga RM250 setiap satu, dan bukannya RM79
  • Pengisar pada RM140 dan bukannya sebanyak RM60

Katil boleh lipat itu digunakan untuk kursus urutan secara tradisional bagi ibu selepas bersalin dan mesin gunting rambut digunakan untuk kursus menggunting rambut.

NONELaporan tersebut mencatatkan bahawa sebahagian besar pembelian dibuat melalui rundingan terus, tidak melalui tender terbuka – dan tanpa kelulusan daripada Kementerian Kewangan.

Prosedur operasi standard tidak dibentangkan sebelum lembaga pengarah MARA meluluskannya, kata laporan itu.

Laporan itu juga memberi komen bahawa Giatmara perlu menyatakan prosedur operasi standard secara mendalam dan terperinci bagi program yang hendak dijalankan di seluruh negara.

Beli peralatan, bekalan eletrik tiada

Laporan itu turut mencatatkan pembelian beberapa peralatan untuk peserta kursus yang dibuat tanpa mengambil kira keperluan yang betul.

Sebagai contoh, di Kapit, Sarawak, ketuhar dan mesin jahit disediakan tetapi tiada bekalan elektrik di pusat latihan tersebut.

NONELaporan itu juga mencatatkan beberapa peralatan termasuk pengadun dan pengisar yang dibeli di bawah tahap keupayaan sebenar untuk digunakan mengadun kek dan oleh itu, ia tidak boleh digunakan.

Giatmara juga membeli pengisar untuk mencampur makanan ikan dengan spesifikasi yang rendah dan peserta kursus boleh secara mudah mendapat makanan ikan di Perak.

Laporan Audit Negara mencadangkan Giatmata membuat penilaian sesuatu peralatan yang hendak dibeli mengikut kapasiti dan kesesuaian bagi mencapai hasratnya.

August 10, 2011

Negeri2 Pakatan Rakyat Hari Ini Mengumumkan Bonus Kepada Kakitangan Awamnya

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Ketua Menteri Pulau Pinang Lim Guan Eng mengumumkan bahawa pentadbirannya akan memberi bonus setengah bulan atau minimum RM600 kepada kakitangan kerajaan negeri. Kadar minimum itu tambahan RM100 berbanding minimum RM500 diumumkan kerajaan pusat. Guru KAFA pula akan menerima RM300.

Menteri Besar Selangor, Tan Sri Abdul Khalid Ibrahim turut mengumumkan kerajaan negeri itu akan mengikut langkah kerajaan Persekutuan untuk memberi bonus setengah bulan gaji dengan bayaran minimum RM500 kepada kakitangannya pada tahun ini.

Kerajaan negeri Kelantan pula akan turut membayar bonus setengah bulan gaji kepada 6000 penjawat awamnya serta bayaran khas RM500 untuk para pesara, Kata EXCOnya Dato Husam Musa.

Manakala Kerajaan Negeri Kedah dijangka akan mengumumkan pemberian Bonus kepada kakitangannya dalam waktu terdekat

Persaingan yang sihat, Rakyat yang mendapat beruntung. Bayangkan jika di Malaysia kita tidak mempunyai gabungan Pembangkang yang Kuat dan Mantap, adakah KERAjaan BN akan mengambil langkah yang sama dengan memberikan Bonus kepada Kakitangan Kerajaan? Perlu di ingat kan bahawa sudah 2 tahun berturut2 kakitangan Kerajaan (Persekutuan) tidak mendapat Bonus

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