吉祥诗杰,周一交锋


不要放飞机,周一准时亮相;议员摩拳擦掌,媒体苦笑陪战

近期紧咬巴生港口自由贸易区课题不放的行动党国会领袖林吉祥,预料可于下周一(22日),在国会内与交通部长翁诗杰正面交锋。

根据《马新社》引述翁诗杰助理的消息指出,交长将在下周一的国会会议中发表「部长声明」,并回答民联议员所提出的各项问题和指责,同时也交代政府所采取的各项措施。

交通部也将在当天分派普华永道的稽查报告以及相关的附件予所有国会议员,以履行透明度的承诺,以及满足国会秘书提出的要求。

上星期天(6月14日)国会开会前夕,翁诗杰曾通透过其部落格撰文表示,将在国会于6月15日分派稽查报告,惟国会议员等了4天依然没获得该报告。

一条汉子的翁诗杰,必然坦荡荡,也该秉持黄家定的堂堂正正做人,清清白白做官,踏踏实实做事原则。

一条汉子的翁诗杰,必然坦荡荡,也该秉持黄家定的堂堂正正做人,清清白白做官,踏踏实实做事原则。

根据国会下议院副议长旺朱乃迪指出,根据一般「部长声明」的国会惯例,部长发言时间不受限制,但是却不设有问答环节。

他说:「这将交由当天主持会议的议长和相关部长决定(是否允许问答环节)。『部长声明』肯定在周一早上的问答环节结束后11时30分进行。」

他指出,当部长发表「部长声明」时,意味着后者希望透过国会管道,清楚交代某件事情的来龙去脉,进行解释和厘清疑团。

预料翁诗杰和林吉祥将首次针对自贸区在国会内正面交锋,翁诗杰发表「部长声明」期间是否允许国会议员打岔和提问将成为关注的焦点,相信林吉祥和其他民联议员不放过任何质询机会。

与此同时,自贸区事件的另一焦点人物,即自贸区发展商KDSB大股东拿督斯里张庆信会否现身和反击各种指责也值得期待。目前张庆信是国阵后座议员俱乐部主席兼民都鲁区国会议员。

自5月28日,巴生港务局公布普华永道的稽查报告后,林吉祥和翁诗杰多次针对这课题在平面媒体和虚拟的互联网世界中交锋,以文告、提问和解答等,彼此隔空交战。

下定决心,不怕牺牲,排除万难,坚持到底,争取胜利

下定决心,不怕牺牲,排除万难,坚持到底,争取胜利

林吉祥多次指责翁诗杰飞往法国逃避问责,不愿亮相国会回答提问被视为「自贸区丑闻」事件,林氏不断催促交长亲自交代始末。

翁诗杰则在部落格中说:「林吉祥在政治上挣扎求存黔驴技穷、试图转移他人焦点,以及哗众取宠把戏被识穿、再也不能吸引群众目光后的真正面目。」

「也许他真的以为,高分贝的叫嚣可以掩饰他对事实的无知。他坚持把巴生港自贸区事件扣上『125亿元空前丑闻』大帽子的用心路人皆知。」
 
与此同时,自贸区事件也燃烧至互联网世界,先有巴生港务局将完整版的稽查报告内容(5月28日)上载至专属网站(目前已关闭),惟报告只对外公开至6月10日;同时所有与登入阅读的网友必须先注册,填写姓名、身份证号码和电邮地址后才能进入阅读45页的报告。

尔后,巴生港务局架设网站发布官方消息和解释疑点。随后,出现匿名的部落格揭发翁诗杰向时任首相兼财政部长的敦阿都拉施压。

最新成立的网站则是行动党设立的,让公众提供情报、游览、评论和下载自贸区报告。

PKFZ

翁诗杰成立以国际透明组织大马分会主席刘胜权为首的「巴生港口自由贸易区企业治理特设委员会」,结果遭林吉祥揭发刘胜权是马华终生党员,曾在敦林良实担任马华总会长期间出任马华策略分析与政策研究所主席。

刘胜权被迫解释和辞去马华党员,强调国际透明组织是不涉及政治的非政府组织,他将谨守操守和保持中立。

 

ONG VS KIT SIANG: SHOWDOWN IN PARLIAMENT ON MONDAY?
    By Alan Ting
    KUALA LUMPUR, June 20 (Bernama) — The battle between Transport Minister
Datuk Seri Ong Tee Keat and DAP veteran Lim Kit Siang over the Port Klang Free
Zone (PKFZ) is set to spillover into Parliament on Monday.
    The two politicians, who have been trading barbs and comments in the media
and cyberspace for the past weeks over the issue, are set to face each other
when Ong presents his ministerial statement on PKFZ.
    Lim has taunted the Transport Minister in Parliament for what he termed as
“failing to be in Parliament to take questions on the ongoing PKFZ scandal” as
he wants answers over how the project’s initial development cost of RM2 billion
could swell to over RM12.5 billion.
    The Ipoh Timur Member of Parliament even accused Ong of running away from
his duty to explain and “deliberately making travel arrangements to go abroad to
avoid a grilling in Parliament”.
    “Where in France have you gone to Tee Keat, that you dare not reveal to
Parliament and the Malaysian public your actual programme of activities in Paris
and your travel plans?” Lim asked in his blog.
    Lim also equated ministerial overseas visits as sheer pleasure or holiday
trips and escaping from answering to issues in Parliament.

   
    This warranted a strong rebuttal from Ong, who was on a week-long visit to
France, when he asked Lim whether he did not have better things to pursue rather
than dabble in cheap publicity stunts.
    “My present visit to France is to attend the prestigious Paris AirShow and
to meet up with my French counterpart. Its dismissal by Kit Siang is an insult
to his own credibility as well as the wisdom of all his blog readers,” Ong said.

pkfzreport

    However, Lim in his reply upped the ante by launching a website
www.pkfz-scandal.org to rival the official www.pkfznews.com.my, as part of the
party’s move to intensify its “assault” on the Barisan Nasional (BN) government.
    The website featured articles on PKFZ which was compiled from various
sources including press statements from DAP leaders on the issue to rival the
official explanations and reports of PKFZ by the Transport Ministry.
    The government has established three committees to deal with the PKFZ —
namely an ad-hoc committee on corporate governance, a special task force of
legal, accounting and project experts and a third team, called the executive
committee to take charge of PKFZ’s business development.
   
    However, this was not enough for Lim as he continued to raise the issue by
expressing his scepticism over the appointment of Transparency International
Malaysia (TIM) president Datuk Paul Low as head of PKA committee on corporate
governance.
    “Low is an MCA life member and former chairman of an MCA think-tank when Tun
Dr Ling Liong Sik was MCA president,” he said, referring to the fact that Ling
has also been linked to the scandal.
    Following that, Low has announced that he has left the MCA.
    Lim also tried to table an emergency motion to have a royal commission of
inquiry into the PKFZ but was rejected by Dewan Rakyat Speaker Tan Sri Pandikar
Amin Mulia, who said it was not urgent.
    His efforts did not stop there and Lim went on to demand Ong explain whether
he (Ong) “pressured the prime minister” to approve a RM1.2 billion payment as
variation of costs for the PKFZ.
    The demand was made after a website posted a letter dated May 10, 2008,
where Ong had apparently asked the then Prime Minister Tun Abdullah Ahmad
Badawi to approve RM1.2 billion payment as variation of costs for the PKFZ
project to its turnkey developer Kuala Dimensi Sdn Bhd.

kit
       
    Lim had asked why this information was omitted in the PricewaterhouseCoopers
(PwC) audit report on PKFZ.
    However, in his immediate response, Ong said he was merely relaying the PKA
board’s decision, which was made even before he became a minister to the then
prime minister.
    At that time, he said the PwC had not even started their position review
work and the variation order was approved by the PKA board in 2008 where they
had written to him, asking him to write to Abdullah to apply for the additional
funding.
    At that time, Ong said PKA was also at risk of defaulting payment as the
deadline to meet its financial obligations was approaching.
    Ong reiterated that he had nothing to hide on the matter and pointed out
that it was he who had directed PKA to commission an independent report and
asked for the findings to be made public.
    “It is unfortunate that there are quarters who are uncomfortable with this
and have chosen to spin unfounded lies about me. Many of them hide behind online
anonymity to tarnish and discredit me and even leak out official letters,” he
said.
  
    “It is deplorable that a mere representation made to convey the PKA board
decision to the prime minister could be spun by (Lim) Kit Siang as pressuring
the PM.
    “If this is not blatant spinning, what else would better befit this?” he
asked.
    Whatever it is, according to Ong’s aide, the Transport Minister will take
the opportunity on Monday to answer the points raised by opposition MPs on the
issue while outlining the measures taken by the government to save the project
when he delivers the ministerial statement.
    In fact, The Transport Ministry has even agreed to distribute the PwC audit
report, together with its appendices, to all Members of Parliament on Monday
following a request from the Parliament secretary.
    Deputy Speaker of the Dewan Rakyat, Datuk Wan Junaidi Tuanku Jaafar, said
the normal practice for a ministerial statement in the Parliament was that there
would be no limit of time for the presentation but there would be no question
and answer.
    “It’s up to the speaker and minister concerned. It will definitely start
after the question and answer session is  completed at 11.30am on Monday,”
he said, adding that it had been sometimes since the the last ministerial
statement had taken place in the Malaysian Parliament.
    A ministerial statement is made in order to tell the truth, to explain and
to clear the air, he added.
    — BERNAMA

2条回应

  1. 天下的父亲们:记住少抽烟,少喝酒,多运动,您的健康是全家人的幸福,祝父亲节快乐!

  2. 😀
    翁先生,你现在在学炒菜呀?

    :o
    我也在煮着“满汉全席”

    抱歉的是我的菜已经炒完了,
    ;)
    汤的材料早已入煲,而且也熬得七七八八,只待时间到,火候够了,就能上桌备用。

    现在我还欠最后“七道菜”的材料,
    材料备全,随后即烹。

    对了。请问你炒的是哪舍菜?
    闲来无事,我也想见识见识。

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