Saturday, December 15, 2007

BEKAS TUKANG MASAK JADI CANSELOR UNIVERSITI / So What with Royal Commission?

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DPP Bukit Katil
BEKAS TUKANG MASAK JADI CANSELOR UNIVERSITI
KUALA LUMPUR: Isteri Perdana Menteri, Jeanne Abdullah semalam dimasyhurkan sebagai Canselor kedua Universiti Terbuka Malaysia (OUM), sempena Konvokesyen Kelima universiti itu di Pusat Dagangan Dunia Putra (PWTC), di sini.

Jeanne menggantikan Allahyarham Datin Seri Endon Mahmood, yang meninggal dunia akibat barah payu dara pada 20 Oktober 2005.

Sebagai rekod, sebelum Jeanne menjadi isteri perdana menteri Abdullah, beliau adalah seorang tukang masak di kediaman rasmi perdana menteri. Dikatakan bibit-bibit percintaan di antara bekas tukang masak ini dengan Abdullah mula berkembang sejak kematian Endon.

Bekas tukang masak ini menerima watikah pelantikan daripada Presiden yang juga Naib Canselor OUM, Prof Tan Sri Dr Anuwar Ali. Hadir sama, Pro Canselor OUM, Tan Sri Azman Hashim dan Menteri Pengajian Tinggi, Datuk Mustapa Mohamed.

Bekas tukang masak ini menjadi isteri perdana menteri yang mengamalkan ajaran "Islam Hadhari" tidak menutup aurat sedangkan isteri Abdullah Gul (perdana menteri Turki) memakai tudung walaupun memerintah di sebuah negara yang masih kuat akar umbi sekularnya.

Negara Sekular Turki tentu berasa bertuah sekiranya mendapat seorang wanita tidak bertudung persis bekas tukang masak ini menjadi 'First Lady' mereka. Sangat bersesuaian dengan prinsip sekular dan anti Islam mereka.

Malaysia pula tentu berasa bangga mendapat seorang 'First Lady' yang bertudung; bersesuaian dengan pengisytiharan Malaysia sebagai negara Islam ……selayaknya seorang muslimat memakai tudung kepala dan menutup auratnya.

Menjadi persoalan apakah kelulusan akademik bekas tukang masak ini sehinggakan diangkat menjadi Canselor OUM. Ramai juga bertanyakan sekiranya bekas tukang masak ini tidak hebat dari segi kelayakan akademiknya, namun apakah pula sumbangannya kepada negara selama ini, atau hanyalah sekadar memberi sumbangan besar kepada Abdullah Badawi.

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Cakap Tak Serupa Bikin
So What with Royal Commission?
Today, we learn yet another doctrinal disaster.

The Parliament unveils the much awaited Independent Police Complaints and Misconduct Commission (IPCMC).

But, what the Royal Commission had recommended was not that was presented. Instead, the Independent Complaint Commission has now being modified, altered, substituted, amended, added and omitted, and has become no more IPCMC but SCC, ie Special Complaints Commission.

It is something entirely different from what was recommended by the Royal Commission and something creative and innovative that pleases the police and makes the minister popular for himself, and his colleagues. They now celebrate because the parliament consists of YESMEN and they can pass any law, make any law, as they wish. That's the parliament we had, we had chosen, we chose to elect them there with the 92% majority, such that we stand at their perils. We deserve what we sow, we reap what we sowed.

So, what's the point of having a Royal Commission?

Why make noise about whether it is Royal Commission or merely Commission of Inquiry?

Tun Dzaiddin said he was "VERY DISAPPOINTED" that the proposed SCC was not what the 2005 Royal Commission had recommended. It was entirely different.

Cakap tak serupa bikin.

Setting up Royal Commission is but for fun? It stills goes back to the minister to creatively redraft something that satisfy their own needs and then make it as law? And then punish the victim? Let's celebrate the arrival of Tengku Goh Doctrine.


Didn't the PM said he was Duty-Bound to act?

Wasn't he duty bound to act according to the Royal Commission?

Then why the need for royal commission if their recommendations will never be followed.

The cabinet pick and choose, or is it the minister-in- charge pick and choose the part and then jig-sawed the other parts from elsewhere to framed-up the new silent commission?


Tan Sri Lee Lam Thye:

"The IPCMC was meant to be independent body to deal with police misconduct. I did not expect it to be watered down."


Tunku Abdul Aziz:

"...If the new bill is watered down, obviously we are not going to achieve this purpose."


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