Wednesday, January 30, 2013

RCI proves govt commitment to resolve illegals problem

Posted by Smookiekins On 1/30/2013 05:22:00 PM

The willingness of the government to set up the Royal Commission of Inquiry (RCI) on illegal immigrants in Sabah is a reflection of its commitment to really to look into and find workable solutions to the problem, said Deputy Chief Minister Datuk Seri Panglima Yahya Hussin.

Yahya, who is also Sabah Umno secretary, said the government was looking forward to the conclusion of the ongoing inquiry and would implement any recommendations presented by the commission.

“The attorney-general has said that should the commission find any wrongdoings, action will be taken against those involved. The government will also take recommendations from the RCI accordingly to effectively address the problem.

“This shows that the BN government is committed and sincere in dealing with the illegal immigrant issue and other related problems,” he said when met after officiating at the SALT Seminar here yesterday.

Yahya also expressed hope that the opposition would not spin the AG’s remarks and urged the public not to make their own assumptions before the RCI could complete its investigations.

“The AG did not say Project IC, he said any recommendations from the RCI will be considered. Don’t misinterpret or abuse (this statement),” he said.

The Petagas assemblyman also rejected the opposition’s claim that the Prime Minister’s interest in helping the Palestinians was just a political gimmick to gain Malay votes.

He said Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak had always been concerned and sympathetic towards Palestine. In fact, previous Malaysian leaders had also showed the same stand on the Gaza conflict.

“They are saying this because it is them who wanted to play up this issue politically. We understand that the PM, like his predecessor, is sincere. In fact, we do not allow visiting passport to Israel to show our protest against their action towards Palestine,” he said.


Source: Borneo Post
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12 comments:

  1. Penubuhan RCI bagi menyiasat masalah pendatang asing tanpa izin di Sabah merupakan manifestasi jelas membuktikan keikhlasan BN menyelesaikan masalah itu.

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  2. Perdana Menteri Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak yang juga Pengerusi BN berkata RCI perlu dilihat secara positif dan kredit harus diberikan kepada BN atas usaha tersebut.

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  3. "Kita tidak boleh melihat hasil berdasarkan seorang saksi. Terdapat seramai 167 saksi yang akan dipanggil. Oleh itu, jangan kita membuat kesimpulan. Biarkan prosiding dijalankan," katanya.

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  4. Najib berkata memberi kerakyatan asalkan mengikut undang-undang bukan satu kesalahan, malah banyak negara lain juga memberikan kewarganegaraan.

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  5. "Jangan beritahu saya anda tidak tahu, anda tahu. Biarlah Suruhanjaya menjalankan kerja dan menyelesaikannya," katanya ketika diminta mengulas mengenai RCI dan pendatang asing tanpa izin di Sabah. Ditanya sekiranya, RCI akan menjejaskan pilihan raya umum akan datang, Najib berkata: "Selagi rakyat tidak putar belitkan dengan cara yang salah."

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  6. "Sila terima RCI sebagai usaha ikhlas untuk menyelesaikan masalah ini yang menjadi kebimbangan ramai rakyat Sabah. Kami telah memutuskan untuk menyelesaikan masalah ini."-Najib

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  7. "Permintaan terhadap RCI telah dibuat parti komponen BN di Sabah dan sebagai pengerusi BN, saya menghormati permintaan itu," tambah Perdana Menteri.

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  8. Semua pihak perlu meneliti keseluruhan siasatan Suruhanjaya Siasatan Diraja (RCI) terhadap masalah pendatang tanpa izin di Sabah sebelum membuat sebarang kesimpulan,

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  9. Jangan polemikkan sesuatu tanpa mendapat pengesahan terlebih dahulu,"

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  10. angan ambil peluang ini mempolitikkan isu itu untuk mencetuskan kebencian rakyat terhadap kerajaan kerana ini tidak akan membantu mana-mana pihak pun termasuk rakyat Sabah sendiri,

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  11. keputusan kerajaan menubuhkan RCI bagi mencari langkah terbaik menangani masalah kebanjiran pendatang tanpa izin ke negeri itu menunjukkan keikhlasan kerajaan pusat.

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  12. Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak had always been concerned and sympathetic towards Palestine. In fact, previous Malaysian leaders had also showed the same stand on the Gaza conflict.

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