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Wednesday, January 5, 2011

Perlantikan SUK Wajib Dapat Kebenaran Menteri Besar - Perlembagaan

NOTA EDITOR: Membaca kenyataan pakar Perlembagaan, Lawyer Tommy Thomas, Tulang Besi tertarik dengan satu kenyataan beliau:

Thomas said the MB’s role in the appointment process can be seen clearly in Article 52(4) of the Selangor Constitution, that states: “Before any such official (including the State Secretary) first attends a meeting of the State Executive Council, he shall take and subscribe in the presence of the Menteri Besar the following Oath of Secrecy.”


Dengan kata lain, mengikut Artikel 52(4) Undang Undang Tubuh Negeri Selangor, sebelum mana-mana pegawai kerajaan menghadziri mesyuarat Exco, beliau haruslah mengangkat sumpah kerahsiaan di hadapan Menteri Besar.

Sekiranya Menteri Besar menolak untuk hadir di majlis tersebut, maka pegawai itu tidak langsung boleh menghadiri mesyuarat Exco. Dengan kata lain, Khusrin hanya akan menjadi SUK pada nama sahaja, tapi tidak boleh berfungsi sebagai SUK kerana beliau tiada kelayakan menghadiri mesyuarat Exco.

Ini bererti perlantikan Khusrin Munawi:

1.0 Menunjukkan betapa bodohnya Ketua Setiausaha Negara kerana tidak mengetahui peruntukan Undang-Undang Tubuh Selangor ini.

2.0 Menghabiskan duit rakyat kerana terpaksa membayar gaji Khusrin dan elaun beliau

3.0 Mensabotaj kerajaan negeri untuk memalukan kerajaan negeri dengan niat yang sangat jahat. Ya Allah, makbulkan doa laknat aku ke atas Khusrin Munawi dan KSN sewaktu aku mencium kaabah tempohari. AMIN!!!!!

Di sini juga saya ingin menunjukkan KEBODOHAN ZUL NORDIN. Lawyer cabuk bernama Zul Nordin kata:

Perlantikan ke jawatan Setiausaha Kerajaan Negeri Selangor adalah kuasa mutlak Suruhanjaya Perkhidmatan Awam. Tidak saperti Kedah dan Johor yang mempunyai Suruhanjaya Perkhidmatan Negeri, bidangkuasa perlantikan SUK Selangor adalah khusus dibawah SPA. Malah dinegeri dimana ianya terletak dibawah SPN, Menteri Besar langsung tiada kuasa mengenai perlantikan SUK, ianya antara SPN dan Sultan yang memerintah negeri


Maknya Zul Nordin tak baca Undang-Undang Tubuh Selangor Artikel 97(1) yang membuktikan wujudnya Suruhanjaya Perkhidmatan Negeri.

Dah nama pun lawyer cabuk. Apa nak harapkan dengan Zul Nordin ni?

Hahahahaha

Tulang Besi

PSC can end Selangor stalemate by talking to MB, says lawyer
UPDATED @ 09:15:18 PM 04-01-2011
By Debra Chong
January 04, 2011


KUALA LUMPUR, Jan 4 — Constitutional lawyer Tommy Thomas has advised the Public Service Commission (PSC) to discuss with the Selangor governmet on resolving the ongoing deadlock over Datuk Mohd Khusrin Munawi’s appointment as state secretary.

The senior lawyer said the PSC, headed by Chief Secretary to the federal government, Tan Sri Sidek Hassan, appeared to be the right body to decide who becomes Selangor’s No. 1 civil servant; but added that it must first consult the state.

Referring to both the federal and Selangor constitutions, Thomas noted the laws provided for two separate bodies to be set up to deal with the appointment of civil servants.

“Article 52 (1) of the State Constitution of Selangor states that the State Secretary shall be appointed by the appropriate Service Commission from amongst members of any of the relevant public services,” he said.

“Article 132 (1) of the Federal Constitution lists seven different types of public services,” he pointed that it included the general public service of the Federation of Malaysia — as the country is officially called — and the public service of each state.

“Article 139 (1) of the Federal Constitution states that there shall be a Public Services Commission which shall extend to the general public service of the Federation.

But he said the “ambiguous” language made it difficult to decide which of the two bodies had real power to appoint the state’s No. 1 civil servant.

“Article 97(1) of the Selangor Constitution establishes a State Service Commission which shall extend to all members of the public service of the State.

“In essence, federal civil servants belong to the Public Services Commission, while Selangor state civil servants belong to the Selangor Services Commission,” the lawyer said.

“Let me therefore assume for the purposes of discussion, that the ‘appropriate’ appointing authority of Selangor’s State Secretary under Article 52(1) of the Selangor Constitution is the Federal Public Services Commission,” he said in an email to The Malaysian Insider today.

“It does not however follow that the PSC has a free hand in appointing whoever it wishes, and, particularly, a person against the wishes of the State,” he added.

“Accordingly, the PSC (if it is the appropriate appointing Service Commission) must constitutionally consult the mentri besar of Selangor and secures his consent before nominating a candidate.

“What the PSC cannot constitutionally do is to ‘thrust’ or ‘impose’ a state secretary upon an unwilling mentri besar,” he continued.

Thomas said the MB’s role in the appointment process can be seen clearly in Article 52(4) of the Selangor Constitution, that states: “Before any such official (including the State Secretary) first attends a meeting of the State Executive Council, he shall take and subscribe in the presence of the Menteri Besar the following Oath of Secrecy.”

The lawyer said that if Selangor MB Tan Sri Khalid Ibrahim was not happy with the PSC’s pick, he could “frustrate the appointment” by refusing to attend the state secretary’s oath-of-secrecy ceremony as required under Article 52(4) of the state constitution.

By doing so, the state secretary would lose his membership in the state executive council, which is the highest executive decision-making body in the state.

“Further, for practical purposes, a state secretary who does not enjoy the trust and confidence of a mentri besar will be sidelined, and will just fade away,” he added.

But Thomas noted that the Pakatan Rakyat (PR) state government would be going against its own principles if it refused to negotiate with the federal body.

“The fact that the federal and Selangor state governments are in the hands of opposing political coalitions should not foreclose such cooperation and consultation, which is vital for the system to work properly.

“The people of Selangor deserve nothing less,” he said.

Some parties, including Umno lawyer Datuk Hafarizam Harun, have warned that the stalemate could effectively jeopardise the administration of the state, and the effect would be felt on the ground.

The crisis in Selangor started last month when Sidek named Mohd Khusrin as the new state secretary to replace Datuk Ramli Mahmud who left the post on December 31.

Khalid refused to accept the former director of the Selangor Islamic Religious Department (Jais), with whom he and his executive council had clashed with previously.

The first-term mentri besar insisted that he had the right to decide on a person he could work with and was still working on the final name list.

24 comments:

SiamangBukit said...

What I see is that suk has been appointed, And mb has to ensure that this suk will swear an oath of secrecy in front if him. If he refuses, thus constitute an act of insubordination to the state and the sultan n therefore has failed to perform his duties due to him n the sultan can remove him as incompetent.

Anonymous said...

What I see is that suk has been appointed, And mb has to ensure that this suk will swear an oath of secrecy in front if him.

Where does it say, the MB HAS TO ENSURE the swearing of oath of secrecy in the State's Constitution?

Please show me?

Grand Marquis said...

Alamak TB, hang ni erti ke baca oiiii?

“Article 97(1) of the Selangor Constitution establishes a State Service Commission which shall extend to all members of the public service of the State.

“In essence, federal civil servants belong to the Public Services Commission, while Selangor state civil servants belong to the Selangor Services Commission,” the lawyer said.


Masalahnya SUK ni federal civil servant atau state civil servant? Hang jawab ni betul-betul dah cukup untuk membuktikan spin hang tak menjadi.

Anonymous said...

This Siamang Bukit is no more than UMNO's clown.

Firdaus Shahnaz said...

Who said SUK's appointment must with the MB's permission?
gila?

Anonymous said...

Yg bangang dlm kes ini adalah mb khaled brahim...lembap dan cipap...dia tak kan tak tahu yg SUK akan bersara dan perancangan awal patut beliau buat utk menghadapi masalah yg patut sudah dijangka...well nasi dah jadi bubur...tak guna meroyan sakan terpekik melolong atas kebodohan dan ketololan MB dan barisan exco monyet selangor yg langsung tidak cekap dlm menangani hal ini...MB khaled patut letak jawatan dari terus melalak tak tentu pasal rujuk mcm mcm buku undang2 tubuh...semua geng PKR dan DAP dah jadi lawyer waktu ini tunjuk teror baca undang undang termasuk lah empunya blog bangang ni mcm tulang besi...bila ada sajer isu maka mereka ini boelh jadi lawyer, ekonomist, pakar bedah, pakar liwat dan mcm mcm lagi...inilah politik sempit PR...apa pun mudahnya keajaan PR selangor sah bakal tumbang bukan kerana khusrin ...tetapi kerana raja dan rakyat menolak mereka pada PRU 13 sedikit masa lagi...percayalah! Amin

Anonymous said...

Bro,Zul is a monkee..wat he knows bout undang2?Its so clear that MB has the authority..but Malaysia is a 1st class pariahtullah yg dah bangkrup..and Najubori n his arse lickers r getting more desperate to rampas S'gor..

Anonymous said...

Btw,this khunsa khusrin looks lil bit like Mona Fendi..kihkikihkih

watever it is..Royal Stout has exposed himself once gain..that he is as extension of the pariah brigade..

Anonymous said...

inilah masalahnya kalau burung kakak jadi menteri beso.. si khalid ni bkn tau apa pun.. semua nya kena suruh baru nak buat.. nasib badanlah rakyat selangor.. dpt MB mcm burung kakak tua.. yg dia tau angguk dan ikut jer lah ckp pencacai2 kat belakang dia tu...

Anonymous said...

Google jer Khusrin Kavita

Ekoran daripada amukan siber SteadyAku47 berhubung isu pelantikan Khusrin sebagai Setiausaha Kerajaan (SUK) Negeri Selangor, saya telah menggoogle kata-kunci 'khusrin-kavita' dan berjaya menemui beberapa perkara menarik di beberapa blog dan forum sosial. Dan antara yang menarik ialah satu entri dalam sebuah blog yang dibuat pada 30 Disember 2010 oleh seorang suri rumah tangga.

Suri rumah tangga yang sudah muak dengan pelbagai tahap penyelewengan, rasuah serta pelaksanaan undang-undang caca-marba yang membelenggu dirinya (dan kita juga) telah memasukkan entri yang dibuat dalam bahasa Inggeris. Saya telah terjemahkan semula untuk tatapan dan pertimbangan pembaca. Masing-masing boleh fikir dan lakukan analisis sendiri.

Anonymous said...

How the Sultan of Selangor protect his whore

Terjemahan:

Sejak Pilihan Raya Umum ke-12 banyak pihak yang menyuarakan ketidakpuasan hati mereka secara terbuka terhadap UMNO, Gerakan, MCA, MIC, Rosmah dan warga istana yang melibatkan bekas-Sultan Kelantan, Sultan Perak dan Sultan Selangor.

Ada kepercayaan lama mengatakan bahawa jika seseorang dikutuk dan dicerca pada setiap waktu akhirnya kutukan itu akan menjadi kenyataan dan orang tersebut akan menerima akibat kutukan dan celaan sebelum saat-saat kematian dan 'kehidupan selepas mati yang seterusnya' akan menjadi lebih azab. Tetapi jika ia meninggal sebelum menerima hukuman maka tiga generasi berikutnya, yang merupakan anak-cucu-cicitnya akan menanggung dan mewarisi akibatnya.

Terdapat tiga orang yang telah dan sedang menerima kutukan; Lee Kuan Yew, Mahathir dan Daim. Mereka telah pun menerima 'hukuman' apabila terdapat ahli keluarga mereka yang cuba membunuh diri. Dari empat orang yang diketahui telah cuba membunuh diri, hanya seorang telah meninggal dunia iaitu menantu perempuan kepada Lee Kuan Yew.

Kita telah pun mendengar dan melihat melalui pelbagai berita dan media mengenai keadaan malang dan mendukacitakan yang menimpa bekas Sultan Kelantan. Itu adalah contoh yang tidak mudah hendak kita ketepikan begitu sahaja.

Apa yang telah Sultan Perak lakukan terhadap kemahuan dan keinginan Rakyat negeri Perak akan menjadi contoh yang baik kerana tiga generasi seterusnya akan menanggung derita akibat tindakannya. Gelaran Sultan tidak memberikan seseorang hak menjual negara untuk kepentingan diri dan wang.

Anonymous said...

Dalam Wilayah Persekutuan, PKR memenangi semua kerusi kecuali Putrajaya tetapi kerajaan yang diterajui UMNO yang menentukan kaedah mengumpul kekayaan dan menjual hartanah dalam WP. Hanya di Malaysia, apa pun boleh dilakukan selagi polis, tentera, Peguam Negara, Kehakiman dan pihak istana yang bergantung ehsan kepada UMNO, akan menyokong tindakan tersebut.

Keributan wujud baru-baru ini atas isu pelantikan Mohd Khusrin sebagai Setiausaha Kerajaan Negeri Selangor oleh pihak Kerajaan Persekutuan. Pelantikan SUK yang dibuat tanpa berunding dengan Kerajaan Negeri Selangor merupakan tindakan tidak hormat dan egois beberapa pihak terhadap Kerajaan Negeri Pakatan Rakyat.

Bukan lagi menjadi rahsia kerana ramai yang telah tahu bahawa Mohd Khusrin ketika menjadi Pengarah Jabatan Agama Islam Selangor (JAIS) telah bertindak melindungi Sultan yang bukan setakat mempunyai hubungan istimewa dengan peragawati Kavita Kaur, tetapi telah melanggar batas-batas hukum agama Islam. Dan untuk mengelak diri, Sultan Selangor mengambil jalan keluar yang mudah dengan pergi bercuti bersama Kavita dan mengabaikan pertemuan dengan Khalid yang merupakan Menteri Besar Selangor.

Diperhatikan setiap kali apabila timbul masalah dengan pihak Kerajaan Negeri, Sultan Selangor melarikan diri dengan pergi bercuti bersama pelacur Punjabi dan membiarkan Kerajaan negeri terlopong. Sultan Selangor perlu menghentikan tindakan mengarut seperti itu mulai sekarang kerana lebih ramai orang mula mengutuk dia kiri, kanan dan tengah.

- Suri Rumah yang punyai 'suara' (A Homemaker with a voice)

Anonymous said...

Sultan has no executive powers, say law experts
By Clara Chooi
January 05, 2011

KUALA LUMPUR, Jan 5 — Legal experts disputed today the Selangor palace’s claim over executive power, declaring that it is the mentri besar — and not the Sultan — who is the state’s chief executive.

They claimed that in the Sultan’s role as the constitutional monarch, the Ruler should be viewed as a “figure of unity” and any attempt by him to wade into state administrative matters could be misconstrued as a political move.

Lawyer Chan Kok Keong said that the Sultan had no executive power and maintained that the mentri besar was the prime authority in any matter concerning the state administration.

Chan, who was one of the central figures during the 2009 Perak constitutional impasse, also pointed to provisions within the Federal Constitution to back his assertion that the Sultan could not act on issues such as the appointment of a state secretary without accepting the advice of the mentri besar.

“He does not also reserve the right to withhold his consent in such a case, only arguably in deciding on the dissolution of the state assembly, as it was in the Perak case.

“If he can withhold, then where is no need to stipulate that he must act on advice. The advice of the mentri besar must override any other advice given by any service commission,” he told The Malaysian Insider when contacted.

On this note, Umno lawyer Datuk Hafarizam Harun agreed that the palace’s claim yesterday that the Sultan held executive power would cause public alarm as citizens would take it to mean that Malaysia had become an “absolute monarchy”.

But he pointed out that the purpose of the statement, issued by Sultan Sharafuddin Idris Shah’s private secretary Datuk Mohamad Munir Bani, was to point out that the Ruler reserved the power to grant consent over the appointment of the state secretary.

Anonymous said...

The Selangor government is at loggerheads with the federal administration over the Public Services Department’s (PSD) selection of Datuk Mohd Khusrin Munawi as the state’s new secretary.

Despite the Sultan’s subsequent consent to the appointment and the impending loyalty oath-taking ceremony at the palace tomorrow, the Selangor government helmed by Mentri Besar Tan Sri Khalid Ibrahim has insisted on attempting to amend the state constitution by month’s end.

The amendment, which will empower the mentri besar to determine such appointments, requires a two-thirds majority from the House and the Pakatan Rakyat government has also claimed it will have a retrospective effect.

“There are two ways of viewing Munir’s statement. One, is through the eyes of the rakyat who will take it to mean that the Sultan has executive power and can decide on administrative matters,” Hafarizam said.

“Two, is from the viewpoint of the palace, and what they mean here is the Sultan’s power to grant consent or withhold it. Strictly speaking, however, executive power lies with the mentri besar but the Sultan’s power is whether he can consent to the appointment of one of the three names given to him for the state secretary post,” he added.

He noted, however, that the Sultan did not reserve the right to identify his own candidate for the post and had to rely on the names presented to him by the PSD.

“The MB can also propose the names, as the state’s chief executive officer, but ultimately, the Sultan gives the consent and decides on the final candidate.

“In a nutshell, the Sultan has the power to withhold consent to the appointment of the state’s top three officers — the state secretary, the state legal adviser and the state financial officer — but that does not mean he can come up with the names or act beyond his powers in the Selangor Constitution,” he said.

Law professor Dr Abdul Aziz Bari said, however, that Munir had been inaccurate in claiming the Sultan held executive power as while the Ruler commanded state authority in the Constitution, state power could only be exercised by elected representatives.

“This is important for they have to be made accountable to the people through their representatives in the House,” he said in a statement today.

Abdul Aziz said that the Ruler’s role was to provide check and balance and to remind the ruling administration not to use the public service for political interests.

In the ongoing Selangor saga, he said the Sultan had “gone too far” by allegedly asking the state government to put up with a candidate embroiled in many past controversies, some of which he claimed were clear examples of insubordination.

“While a government servant has no duty to be loyal to the sitting government, [he] has a duty to carry out government orders so long as these are all legal,” he said.

Anonymous said...

The Selangor government is at loggerheads with the federal administration over the Public Services Department’s (PSD) selection of Datuk Mohd Khusrin Munawi as the state’s new secretary.

Despite the Sultan’s subsequent consent to the appointment and the impending loyalty oath-taking ceremony at the palace tomorrow, the Selangor government helmed by Mentri Besar Tan Sri Khalid Ibrahim has insisted on attempting to amend the state constitution by month’s end.

The amendment, which will empower the mentri besar to determine such appointments, requires a two-thirds majority from the House and the Pakatan Rakyat government has also claimed it will have a retrospective effect.

“There are two ways of viewing Munir’s statement. One, is through the eyes of the rakyat who will take it to mean that the Sultan has executive power and can decide on administrative matters,” Hafarizam said.

“Two, is from the viewpoint of the palace, and what they mean here is the Sultan’s power to grant consent or withhold it. Strictly speaking, however, executive power lies with the mentri besar but the Sultan’s power is whether he can consent to the appointment of one of the three names given to him for the state secretary post,” he added.

He noted, however, that the Sultan did not reserve the right to identify his own candidate for the post and had to rely on the names presented to him by the PSD.

“The MB can also propose the names, as the state’s chief executive officer, but ultimately, the Sultan gives the consent and decides on the final candidate.

“In a nutshell, the Sultan has the power to withhold consent to the appointment of the state’s top three officers — the state secretary, the state legal adviser and the state financial officer — but that does not mean he can come up with the names or act beyond his powers in the Selangor Constitution,” he said.

Anonymous said...

Law professor Dr Abdul Aziz Bari said, however, that Munir had been inaccurate in claiming the Sultan held executive power as while the Ruler commanded state authority in the Constitution, state power could only be exercised by elected representatives.

“This is important for they have to be made accountable to the people through their representatives in the House,” he said in a statement today.

Abdul Aziz said that the Ruler’s role was to provide check and balance and to remind the ruling administration not to use the public service for political interests.

In the ongoing Selangor saga, he said the Sultan had “gone too far” by allegedly asking the state government to put up with a candidate embroiled in many past controversies, some of which he claimed were clear examples of insubordination.

“While a government servant has no duty to be loyal to the sitting government, [he] has a duty to carry out government orders so long as these are all legal,” he said.

Perak DAP MP Datuk Ngeh Koo Ham, a lawyer by profession, said that the Sultan’s involvement in the matter only opened up avenues for public dissent against the Ruler.

“This is the reason why the Sultan should be a figure of unity and not be partisan or be seen as taking sides in the freedom to administer the state.

“We are now treading on a situation where the palace is trying to reassert executive powers and this is dangerous for once one makes a decision in a Federal or state administration, you are bound to get criticised,” he said.

He claimed that the Sultan’s role in granting consent or blessing the appointment was merely “symbolic” in nature.

Bar Council constitutional law committee chairman Edmund Bon agreed and said that in the state secretary issue, the Sultan’s role was “negligible”.

“If compared to his role in the dissolution of a state assembly, his role here is negligible. It is not in the Selangor Constitution that he can decide, yes or no, to these appointments but yet, he is taking an active role,” he said.

Bon also claimed that according to his interpretation of provisions in both the Selangor and Federal Constitutions, the power to appoint a candidate as the state secretary was vested in the Selangor State Service Commission and not the Public Service Commission (PSD).

“This is the primary issue here. Since the state commission has not made the appointment, then it can quickly act now.

“This is because we cannot find any law that extends the PSD’s jurisdiction in Selangor. We need to focus on these details and not political rhetoric,” he said, adding that this meant there was no need for the Selangor Constitution to be amended.

Anonymous said...

Law professor Dr Abdul Aziz Bari said, however, that Munir had been inaccurate in claiming the Sultan held executive power as while the Ruler commanded state authority in the Constitution, state power could only be exercised by elected representatives.

“This is important for they have to be made accountable to the people through their representatives in the House,” he said in a statement today.

Abdul Aziz said that the Ruler’s role was to provide check and balance and to remind the ruling administration not to use the public service for political interests.

In the ongoing Selangor saga, he said the Sultan had “gone too far” by allegedly asking the state government to put up with a candidate embroiled in many past controversies, some of which he claimed were clear examples of insubordination.

“While a government servant has no duty to be loyal to the sitting government, [he] has a duty to carry out government orders so long as these are all legal,” he said.

Perak DAP MP Datuk Ngeh Koo Ham, a lawyer by profession, said that the Sultan’s involvement in the matter only opened up avenues for public dissent against the Ruler.

“This is the reason why the Sultan should be a figure of unity and not be partisan or be seen as taking sides in the freedom to administer the state.

“We are now treading on a situation where the palace is trying to reassert executive powers and this is dangerous for once one makes a decision in a Federal or state administration, you are bound to get criticised,” he said.

Anonymous said...

He claimed that the Sultan’s role in granting consent or blessing the appointment was merely “symbolic” in nature.

Bar Council constitutional law committee chairman Edmund Bon agreed and said that in the state secretary issue, the Sultan’s role was “negligible”.

“If compared to his role in the dissolution of a state assembly, his role here is negligible. It is not in the Selangor Constitution that he can decide, yes or no, to these appointments but yet, he is taking an active role,” he said.

Bon also claimed that according to his interpretation of provisions in both the Selangor and Federal Constitutions, the power to appoint a candidate as the state secretary was vested in the Selangor State Service Commission and not the Public Service Commission (PSD).

“This is the primary issue here. Since the state commission has not made the appointment, then it can quickly act now.

“This is because we cannot find any law that extends the PSD’s jurisdiction in Selangor. We need to focus on these details and not political rhetoric,” he said, adding that this meant there was no need for the Selangor Constitution to be amended.

Anonymous said...

bodoh ..ada ke pergi kaabah boleh doakan yg tak baik utk sesama islam ..manusia spesis apa kau ni ...itu ke akhlak islam ..

Grand Marquis Salai Babi said...


“Article 97(1) of the Selangor Constitution establishes a State Service Commission which shall extend to all members of the public service of the State.

“In essence, federal civil servants belong to the Public Services Commission, while Selangor state civil servants belong to the Selangor Services Commission,” the lawyer said.

Masalahnya SUK ni federal civil servant atau state civil servant? Hang jawab ni betul-betul dah cukup untuk membuktikan spin hang tak menjadi.
.

Ni lah masaalah bila nak tunjuk pandai tapi tak jadi.

Bangsa bahlol macam FGrand Marquis Anak Babi ni eksyen selalu konon pandai.

Bahas Omputih senang pun tak paham

GM Anak Babi, ko gheti ke makna "State Service COmmission"?

Maknaya Suruhanjaya Perkhidmatan Negeri yang duduk bawah NEGERI.

Ko apasal benak sangat? Ko makan hati babi banyak sangat sampi otak lembab macam babi.

Bodoh tahap maksimum mamat GM Anak Babi ni

Anonymous said...

1. Khalid admitted the appointment is legal but he is not agreeable

2. And several idiots said it's not according to Undang-Undang Tubuh Negeri.

3. Now why the heck this Undang-Undang Tubuh Negeri need to be amended? MB proposing new law ? So the current appointment will not be legal? Is he smart or showing stupidity?

4. Even more stupid, Pakatan Haram ( because it's not legally registered - see who's talking about legality ) has no mandate mathematically to change to amend the constitution .

Today we can see how extremely gagap Khalid became in trying to spin the situation.

Now that is clearly PRICELESS!!!!

Anonymous said...

Selangor has been practicing this procedure for ages and now Pakatan says it is not correct and need to amend the state constitution to their favour.
So what exactly need to be amended mr MB?
SS appointment by you?
You mean the current appointment is correct lah?
But you don't like it. So must change the constitution to your liking.

Good luck


Btw who says the Sultan has no executive power legally?
If the Sultan says no, what do you do? Tell the Sultan to fly kite?

Just like a father telling his kids "no, you can't go out at night" . Will the kids say , " daddy, it's not illegal to go out. You have no executive power to stop us!"

Lawyers only talk about the law. Respect does not exist I guess.

Anonymous said...

//1. Khalid admitted the appointment is legal but he is not agreeable

2. And several idiots said it's not according to Undang-Undang Tubuh Negeri.

3. Now why the heck this Undang-Undang Tubuh Negeri need to be amended? MB proposing new law ? So the current appointment will not be legal? Is he smart or showing stupidity?

4. Even more stupid, Pakatan Haram ( because it's not legally registered - see who's talking about legality ) has no mandate mathematically to change to amend the constitution .

Today we can see how extremely gagap Khalid became in trying to spin the situation.

Now that is clearly PRICELESS!!!!//
Uh halo..ur brain is full of fart gas..me oso thinks u have run out of money,n ur credit card dah kena cancel,so u come online to f*k the pc's screen..

Anonymous said...

anon January 6, 2011 10:00 AM

I think you're describing yourself. Cos your brain unable to compute any objective argument.

I'm a Mac User btw. Don't get infected with crap virus like you.

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Kami amat berbebsar hati jika tuan/puan dapat menghulurkan sumangan kepada kami. Segala sumbangan diserahkan kepada pemegang amanah ARiF Melaka.

MOHD AZWAN AHMAD
a/k Maybank : 104013154427

Hantarkan makluman bank-in melalui SMS/WA ke 016-981 1315 (H.ANUAR)

Semuga Allah membalas segala jasa baik tuan/puan semua.