巫统党报又被打脸!柔州苏丹狠批马来前锋报:UTUSAN是垃圾报纸,只适合拿去包NASI LEMAK!

全球华人大联盟     2017-05-10     检举

柔州政府于2014年提呈《2014年柔州房屋与产业局法桉》,因被指赋予王室权力引起争议,经修改后再通过;事隔3年,柔佛苏丹依布拉欣坚持原版的法案没错。

殿下说,王室在柔州法桉中的权力,是自1895年成立柔州政府时就存在,相关权力必须维持,以平衡政治力量,照顾柔州与人民利益。

因此,殿下提醒柔州政府,做任何决策时都要谨慎,不要因一些不懂柔州历史及治理方式的外来者的言论及压力,就受影响。

柔佛王储东姑依斯迈今早在新山皇家山的旧州政府大厦,为第十三届柔州立法议会第五季度会议主持开幕,代读柔佛苏丹依布拉欣的御词时如是指出。

殿下说,《2014年柔州房屋与产业局法桉》因外来者批评法桉赋予王室权力,就做出修改。

“相关法桉是依据柔州长久以来采用的法桉为模式,如1968年柔州机构法桉,而制定出的新法桉。”

此外,殿下也不点名批评巫统喉舌《马来西亚前锋报》,指该报当年甚至将其样子刊登在报章封面,大力反对法桉。

“在我看来,这种报章已没有任何价值,只适合拿来包椰浆饭。”

殿下也就近期发生的“柔州土地诈骗”桉,与上述法桉挂钩。

“看看近期发生什么事,就有政治人物因涉及柔州房屋课题及贪污而被控上法庭。”

然而,殿下也提醒在座州议员,由于此桉件已进入法律程序,他不希望大家在议会上辩论有关课题。

Johor ruler Sultan Ibrahim Sultan Iskandar today hit out at a daily for questioning the Johor Housing and Real Property Board bill, tabled three years ago in 2014, while calling for the original proposal in the bill, which had since been revised, to be restored.

In a speech read out by crown prince Tunku Ismail Sultan Ibrahim at the state assembly meeting this morning, he referred to a newspaper which questioned the sultan’s powers in the enactment.

“There are also shallow-minded media practitioners who question the ruler’s authority given in the enactment.

“To me, such newspapers are worthless and only good for wrapping ‘nasi lemak’,” he said.

Although he did not name the newspaper in question, Malay daily Utusan Malaysia had run an editorial piece on the issue at the time.

The front-page article had been accompanied by a picture of Sultan Ibrahim, under the headline “Wajarkah?” (Is it right?)

Among others, it questioned the enactment which would give the Johor sultan the power to hire and fire board members and oversee its accounts.

The bill came under fire from critics who said that it went against Malaysia’s constitutional monarchy system.

It was eventually passed with 10 amendments, including a provision for the sultan to act on the advice of the menteri besar.

In his speech today, Sultan Ibrahim said the ruler’s authority had been enshrined since 1895, when the state constitution was enacted.

“That power must be maintained to balance the political power and interests of the people and state of Johor.

“Therefore, I want the enactment reverted to the original proposal.”

Sultan Ibrahim also spoke on the recent corruption case involving former state executive councillor for housing and local government, Abd Latif Bandi.

Latif was charged on April 19 with 33 counts of graft with regard to Bumiputera housing.

“Look what happened just recently when a politician was charged with corruption on the power abuse over the issue of Bumiputera housing in Johor.

“MACC’s investigation of Johor civil servants should not be seen as undermining the state government. Instead, it should be viewed as a strength because integrity cannot be compromised.”