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Malaysiakini: Usul tidak percaya terhadap PM

Posted on: June 18, 2008

Usul tidak percaya terhadap PM
Jun 18, 08 2:04pm
Ahli Parlimen Parti Progresif Sabah (SAPP) – salah sebuah parti komponen BN di negeri itu – akan mengemukakan usul undi tidak percaya terhadap Perdana Menteri, Datuk Seri Ahmad Badawi apabila Dewan Rakyat bersidang Isnin ini.

sapp sabah pc 180608Ini merupakan kali pertama dalam sejarah negara, usul tidak percaya akan dikemukakan terhadap perdana menteri.

“Sewaku sidang Dewan Rakyat mulai Isnin ini, 23 Jun, ahli-ahli Parlimen kita akan menyokong undi tidak percaya kepada PM.

“Sama ada usul itu akan dikemukakan oleh ahli Parlimen kita atau ahli Parlimen lain, akan diputuskan bila tiba masanya,” kata satu kenyataan yang dikeluarkan hari ini.

SAPP mempunyai dua ahli Parlimen – Datuk Dr Chua Soon Bui (Tawai) dan Datuk Eric Enchin Majimbun (Sepanggar) – dan empat ahli dewan undangan negeri.

sapp eric majimbunMajimbun (kiri) yang kini berada di luar negeri, telah menyatakan sokongannya terhadap keputusan parti itu dengan menandatangan kenyataan tersebut.

sapp dr chua soon bui

Chua (kanan), yang hadir di sidang akhbar tersebut di Kota Kinabalu memberi empat sebab mengapa beliau menyokong usul tidak percaya terhadap PM itu.

bullet buttonWalaupun seruan demi seruan dibuat oleh DAPP kepada perdana menteri berkaitan dengan isu pendatang tanpa izin, namun tidak ada tindakan konkrit yang telah diambil dan ia menyebabkan “kedaulatan kita terancam”.

bullet buttonKenaikan harga bahan api yang dibuat tanpa perancangan, telah membebabkan rakyat Malaysia, khasnya di Sabah (negeri termiskin di Malaysia) mengakibatkan 16 peratus kumpulan miskin, menjadi miskin tegar.

bullet button Merasa gagal dalam melaksanakan tanggungjawab selaku pemimpin yang dipilih oleh rakyat sekiranya ketidakpuasan hati rakyat Sabah terhadap sistem penyampaian yang tidak cekap, rasuah, pembaziran, tiada ketelusan dan akauntabiliti diketepikan. Perkara yang sama juga telah disuarakan oleh pemimpin Umno seperti Datuk Ghapur Salleh, Datuk Anifah Aman dan Datuk Bung Mokhtar.

bullet button Rakyat telah hilang kepercayaan terhadap kepimpinan kerajaan di bawah Datuk Abdullah Ahmad Badawi. SAPP juga berpendapat bahawa sekiranya pemimpin atasan tidak boleh melaksanakan tanggungjawab dengan berkesan, ia seharusnya berundur dan memberi laluan kepada pemimpin lain mengambil alih.

Manakala Majimbun pula dalam kenyataan berkata: “Memandangkan berlakunya percanggahan tarikh yang telah diputuskan dalam pembubaran Parlimen dan kenaikan harga minyak yang secara mengejut dan mendadak serta ketetapan terhadap isu-isu mengenai Sabah yang tidak diberi keputusan dengan jelas, maka dengan ini,s aya mengisytiharkan tidak mempunyai kepercayaan terhadap kepimpinan perdana menteri.”

Presiden SAPP, Datuk Yong Teck Lee berkata parti itu tidak akan keluar pada masa ini dari BN yang dipimpin oleh Abdullah, tetapi statusnya akan disemak pada hujung minggu ini.

Beliau mengkritik rekod BN di Sabah, dengan berkata negeri itu dikenakan undang-undang yang tidak adil dan cukai yang keterlaluan.

“Itulah sebabnya kita perlu membuat segera pengisytiharan tidak percaya kepada PM dan kerajaan, untuk memberitahu kerajaan BN bahawa kita tidak boleh lagi bertolak ansur dengan sikap mereka yang tidak sensitif terhadap isu-isu yang amat serius di Sabah,” katanya dalam satu sidang akhbar di ibupejabat parti itu pada jam 2 petang tadi.

Keputusan Jumaat ini?

Pengumuman hari ini dilihat sebagai satu tindakan pertama oleh parti komponen BN itu untuk meninggalkan BN.

“Hari ini hanyalah langkah pertama. Mungkin tidak ada yang melompat sekarang,” kata satu sumber.

Sementara itu, tinjauan pendapat dalam blog SAPP juga menunjukkan sikap di peringkat akar umbi mengenai perkara tersebut. Tinjauan itu bertanya kepada orang ramai sama ada parti itu perlu kekal dalam BN, meninggalkan BN tetapi menjadi parti bebas, atau menyertai Pakatan Rakyat.

Daripada 2,052 orang yang melayari blog itu sehingga tengahari tadi, seramai 85 peratus atau 1,749 orang, mahu SAPP menyertai Pakatan, 242 atau 11 peratus (tinggalkan BN dan jadi bebas) . Hanya 2 peratus (61) mahu SAPP kekal dalam BN.

Sapp MPs to move no-confidence vote
Jun 18, 08 10:44am
Sabah Progressive Party (Sapp) today announced that it would move a no-confidence motion against Prime Minister Abdullah Ahmad Badawi when Parliament resumes on Monday.

MCPX

sapp sabah pc 180608It is the first time in the history of the nation that a vote of no-confidence is to be moved against a prime minister.

“In the coming sitting of the Parliament session starting Monday, June 23, our MPs will support a vote of no confidence on the PM.

“Whether the motion will be tabled by our party MP or another MP will be decided in due course,” said a press statement released today.

Sapp has two parliamentarians – Dr Chua Soon Bui (Tawau) and Eric Enchin Majimbun (Sepanggar) – and four state assemblypersons.

sapp eric majimbunMajimbun, who is currently overseas, has expressed his support for the party’s decision by signing the press statement [click here for full press statements from both MPs].

Four reasons

sapp dr chua soon bui

Chua (right), who was present at the party’s 90-minute press conference in Kota Kinabalu, gave four reasons for backing the no-confidence vote.

They are:

  • No concrete actions have been taken on the issue of illegal immigrants in Sabah. “Our sovereignty is threatened,” said Chua.
  • Sabah, being the poorest state, is greatly burdened by the sharp hike in petrol prices. The government has failed to provide “holistic economic solutions”.
  • Sapp MPs would fail in their role as elected representatives as issues raised such as poor delivery systems, corruption, wastage of resources, lack of transparency and no sense of accountability are ignored.
  • People have lost confidence in the leadership of Abdullah. Sapp is of the opinion that if the top leadership can’t perform, then Abdullah should make way for other able leader to take over.

yong teck lee oldParty president Yong Teck Lee said Sapp would not immediately quit the coalition led by Abdullah, but that its status would be reviewed at the end of the week.

He attacked BN’s record in the impoverished state, saying that it had been subjected to unfair laws and excessive taxes.

“That is why we need an immediate declaration of no confidence in the PM and the government, to tell the BN government that we can no longer tolerate their insensitive attitude towards the Sabah issues that are real and serious,” he said at the press conference held at the party headquarters at 2pm.

Decision on Friday?

Today’s annoncement appeared to be the opening move by the BN component member which may see the Sabah-based party eventually leaving the coalition.

2008 election results for sabah 160608“Today is just the first step. There might not be any defections for now,” said a source.

A poll placed in Sapp’s blog also indicated the general feelings on the ground at the moment. The poll asked members of the public whether the party should stay on in BN, leave the coalition but remain independent, or join Pakatan.

At press time, there were 2,052 votes tallied, with 85 percent (1,749 votes) asking Sapp to join Pakatan. Another 242 (11 percent) want the party to leave BN and remain independent. Only 2 percent (61 votes) urged it to stay on with BN.

To a question of whether the party would be pulling out of BN, Yong said that he could only answer that question after the party’s Supreme Council meeting this Friday.

“We will have a press conference on Friday June 20 to announce this matter of Sapp’s membership in BN after our supreme council meeting,” he said.

Anwar needs 30 MPs

In recent weeks Sapp has been identified as the most likely party to leave BN and join forces with Anwar Ibrahim’s Pakatan Rakyat.

sapp mps and state assembly reps sabah 160608Sapp is led by outspoken former chief minister Yong, who in recent months has questioned Abdullah’s policies towards Sabah and the federal government’s inability to solve the illegal migrants’ problem in the state.

The party has two members of parliament and four representatives in the state assembly.

Political commentators point out that even if the party pulled out of BN to join Pakatan, the defection of the two MPs would not be sufficient to threaten Abdullah’s BN.

Anwar needs 30 MPs to derail Abdullah and BN from power.

However, Sabah sources claim that other BN coalition partners would follow Sapp out of BN if the party sparks the exodus.

4 Responses to "Malaysiakini: Usul tidak percaya terhadap PM"

what to do, no point to trust any dumb and weak leader. Just step down and let others that more capable to lead this country
If the BN government or any federal government think that they can easily make fool of Sabahan then they are tottaly wrong…see Sabahan always knows….unite we stand….

padan muka pak lah…step down is better than be fired by the citizen of Malaysia

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