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Friday, April 19, 2013

Improve administration & service of KL City Hall

Deputy Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin says that Barisan Nasional looks after Kuala Lumpur city folks. On the other hand, Pakatan Rakyat insists that the administration & service of Kuala Lumpur City Hall must be improved & the Mayor  elected by the people.

Tuesday, April 16, 2013

Leakages in transformation projects

The Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib has a Transformation Task Force, to explain to  people the meritorious service. Malaysians are concerned with transformation projects including economic programme valued at RM444 billion. They want to know the total cost, the performance and the leakages.

Sunday, April 14, 2013

Look at a person's health, not just age.

A person's ability should be assessed by his or her health, not just by the age. Deng Xiaoping became the supreme leader of China at 74, spearheading the 4 modernisations. He died at 91. Lim Kit Siang is contesting the Gelang Patah parliamentry seat at 73,

Friday, April 12, 2013

The type of change in government needed

The Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib reiterates that a change within the Government is good enough, not necessary to  change the Government totally. Let the 13 million Malaysian voters decide on May 5, the type of change of Government needed.

Monday, April 08, 2013

BN's anti-corruption record

The Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib is quoted by the media as saying that he will fight graft if re-elected. In the past four years,  Malaysians had the opportunity of assessing BN's record on anti-corruption.

Sunday, April 07, 2013

Justice & service?

The Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib revels in BN manifesto on TV for over one hour, eliciting the principles of justice & meritorious service. This is followed by hours of comments & repeated showings of the event. On the other hand, PR was offered 10:minutes to present its manifesto on TV. Such is the reality of BN's principles of justice &:meritorious service.

Meritorious service?

Datuk Seri Najib expresses BN manifesto as providing meritorious service. 3 weeks ago, PR presented its manifesto. Malaysians can look at both manifestoes to find out whether PR is more able to give this type of service, or vice versa.

PR and BN policies are different.

Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib describes BN manifesto as promises.3 weeks ago, PR presented its manifesto, listing policies on various fields. Malaysians assess PR and BN policies before making a decision.

Saturday, April 06, 2013

Compare PR & BN policies

Today, the Prime Minister describes BN manifesto as promises. 3 weeks ago, PR presented its manifesto with policies in various fields. Malaysians compare PR & BN policies before making a decision.

Assess ETC: who get the benefits?

The Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib says that he requires 4 years to see through his policies before dissolving parliament. For example, Economic Transformation Programme. Malaysians assess the programme: Open tender? Effective implementation? Who benefits? Leakages?  Real value?

Friday, April 05, 2013

MACC and steadfast action

The action of MACC must be steadfast, no matter who the suspect is, whether Prime Minister or Chief Minister. It should not be affected by threats or attractions. Nobody is above the law.

EC must Malaysians overseas to be voters

There are over 700, 000 Malaysians overseas. Now, only 6, 298 persons have registered for postal voting. The Election Commission (EC) should help them to be voters, showing that it is not partial to any political party.

Wednesday, April 03, 2013

Two-party system, for example, PR replacing BN

Two-party system, for example, PR replacing BN

Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib talks about politics of polarization because of the wind of change. We believe that this country is moving towards a new political direction: a healthy two-party system. Since Malaysians feel that BN Government has done badly in many fields such as corruption, they can choose PR. Once the voters support PR to run the Federal Government, they can assess its performance. If PR goes against their wishes, they will be able to choose BN.

The Election Commission must be seen to be fair

The Election Commission must be seen to be fair

After the Prime Minister has dissolved parliament, we hope that the Election Commission is seen to be fair in holding the 13th General Election. We look forward to a peaceful campaign with all concerned following the rule of law.