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A couple of years ago I had set up a wifi system around my house but it was down, I am thinking of making another one and I am going to name it "wifi republic".

I am going to re-organize my blogs too, now I am testing some templates, trying and testing them at this stage. I am trying to fully utilized the latest blogspot editor. Not doubt that they are better with many needs that are taken care of. However the new blogspot editor lack fluidity where we can used different blog templates for different categories of posts or entries.

However I had thought of this new format. Try
anak matlesen to see the new format. The present PERWI is slightly messy as I had attempted to master the new blogspot editor. I think by doing that I had taken extra "memories".

I am still in the learning curve and I may not proceed with the present idea for I have to evaluate either to follow the existing system that blogspot new editor provide or do the necessary such as amending the html on the free template that I had obtained satisfactorily to get a system that I want.

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PKR faces 3 for Penanti

PENANTI, May 23 — Parti KeAdilan Rakyat's (PKR) Dr Mansor Othman will face three independents in the Penanti by-election this May 31 after one was disqualified.

Independent candidate Aminah told reporters outside the nomination centre that she was contesting for justice and truth and that she left PKR because “it has lost its way”. The electorate comprises 72.68 per cent Malays, 24.22 per cent Chinese, 2.39 per cent Indians and 0.71 per cent others.[more]

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RPK : Sigh… Hafidz Baharom does not respect me

But they refuse to allow it to end there. They refuse to acknowledge that they can’t get me in spite of bending the rules and moving the goalposts so many times halfway through the trial. This is no longer even a kangaroo court. They have set new standards for what a kangaroo court should look like.

Then Gan was called to testify. He was not my witness but the prosecution’s witness. And he went into great detail relating how he arrived at the conclusion that I had lied -- and which was why he made that police report against me.

It was an open and shut case. Raja Petra Bin Raja Kamarudin lied in that article he wrote. So Gan was forced to make a police report against me. He was the investigating officer in the Altantuya murder. He knows the full details of the murder investigation. And he therefore knows very well that what I wrote are total lies. Then it came to our turn to cross-examin him. He had already testified for the prosecution. Now it was our turn to cross-examin him on his testimony he gave the prosecution. And that was when he changed his story.[more]

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Nizar, Sivakumar on hunger strike for fresh polls.

Datuk Seri Zambry Abd Kadir may have mentioned Mahatma Gandhi but it is Datuk Seri Nizar Jamaluddin who will walk the talk.

In its latest bid to force state elections, Pakatan Rakyat will organise a three-day hunger strike starting on Tuesday that will be led by the ousted Nizar and dumped state speaker V. Sivakumar.

The hunger strike was planned before the Court of Appeal yesterday unanimously overturned the High Court decision that Nizar is the rightful Perak mentri besar.[more]

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Notes of Decision in Zambry v Nizar Case (CoA)

These are the notes taken of the Court of Appeal’s Decision in the MB v MB matter delivered orally on 22.5.2009 by Raus Sharif JCA on behalf of the His Lordship, Zainun Ali JCA and Ahmad Maarop JCA. Any mistakes herein are mine.

Firstly, we would like to thank counsel in assisting us to arrive at our decision. The decision is unanimous and these are our views:

1. The granting or withholding of consent to dissolve the State Assembly is a royal prerogative to be exercised by His Royal Highness (HRH).

2. From the facts of this case, the request made by the Respondent (Nizar) to dissolve the State Assembly was made under Article 16(6) of the Perak Constitution, and not under Article 36(2).[more]

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RPK - Najib’s latest strategy: perception war

If they can’t get a three-zero verdict, then it must at least be a two-one verdict with Zainun ruling in favour of the opposition. Then the government would be seen as doing the ‘right’ and ‘fair’ thing and the opposition would no longer have any grounds to complain.


Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad is an expert at this game. That is why he is called the Grand Old Man of Malaysian politics. Politics is a game of perception. It does not matter what you really are. It is what people perceive you to be that matters. And no one can play this game better than the Tun. Does this sound like I am singing his praises? You can bet your sweet ninny I am. And I make no apologies for that. After all, credit should be given where credit is due.[more]

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Gerakan’s call on Chin Peng return slammed

The Ex-Policemen’s Association of Malaysia (PBPM) has protested against a call for former communist leader Chin Peng to be allowed to return to Malaysia.

PBPM acting president Ku Mohamad Khalid Tuan Ibrahim said the Communist Party of Malaya (CPM) had waged a reign of terror against the country during the Emergency where scores of policemen were slain.

The suggestion made by Penang Gerakan chairman Datuk Dr Teng Hock Nan is uncalled for, said Ku Mohamad.[more]

Foto : Abdullah C.D. dan Suriani bersama bekasmenteri Aziz Samsuddin di Kuala Lumpur pada 9/12/2007

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Quotes that illuminate the Perak impasse

What people say in the heat of the moment can sometimes be so deep, so cutting and so illuminating.

After the Court of Appeal unanimously overturned a High Court judgment and ruled that Datuk Zambry Abdul Kadir was the rightful mentri besar of Perak, both sides had much to say.

The Malaysian Insider examines some of the more colourful quotes.

  • Lawyer Sulaiman Abdullah was stunned after hearing the unanimous decision. He offered this gem dripping with sarcasm: “We have extraordinary judges with extraordinary ability.”[more]
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So the IPOH drama continues...Pt 5

Barisan National (BN) lawyer Datuk Hafarizam Harun today claimed triumphantly that there is no longer any crisis in Perak with the Appeals Court judgment that ruled in favour of Datuk Zambry Abdul Kadir as the state’s mentri besar.

“In accordance with other Commonwealth countries, the right to choose mentri besar and prime minister is the ultimate right of the sultan,” Hafarizam told reporters outside the courtroom in the Palace of Justice.

“So the result today shows that the action by the sultan to appoint Zambry is one which is in accordance with the law,” he added.[more]

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Zambry is MB, rules court .

The Court of Appeal today returned a unanimous decision that Barisan Nasional's Datuk Zambry Abd Kadir is the rightful Perak mentri besar, ruling that his Pakatan Rakyat rival Datuk Seri Mohammad Nizar Jamaluddinn had ceased to command the majority in the Perak state assembly.

The judges also ruled that the Sultan was right in appointing Zambry the MB and that there was no need for a vote of no confidence in the House against Nizar.

The three-member Bench comprising Justices Md Raus Shariff, Zainun Ali and Ahmad Maarop delivered judgment after hearing submissions from both parties yesterday.[more]

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Kelantan Speaker To Notify EC Of Vacant Seat Monday

Kelantan State Assembly Speaker Mohd Nassuruddin Daud is to notify the Election Commission of the vacant Manik Urai state seat on Monday.

He said that today and tomorrow were the weekend holidays in Kelantan and tomorrow and Sunday the weekend holidays in Kuala Lumpur.[more]

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Penanti poll likely to see four-cornered contest

The by-election in the Penanti state constituency, nomination for which is tomorrow, is likely to see a four-cornered contest, with a candidate from Parti Keadilan Rakyat (PKR) and three independents.

Nomination will take place at the Dewan Perdana of the National Youth Skills Institute (IKBN) in Penanti. Polling is on May 31.[more]

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My most sincere apology to the nation

The purpose for the phone call became clearer after our son handed the phone back to the police officer. They wanted to negotiate a settlement. The problem is small, we were told. This can be settled easily enough. They know we would rather bury this problem than let it become public knowledge. We are, after all, high profile. And bad publicity such as this would not help our image.

I made it very clear there would be no negotiations. How can I agree to bribing police officers to get my son off the hook after speaking out against crime, corruption, abuse of power and cover-ups of criminal acts by those who walk in the corridors of power? Sure, maybe no one would know about it. Once I pay up, the matter will be buried so deep no one would be the wiser. But I would know. My wife would know. My family would know. And the police officers who I had bribed would know.

How can I continue speaking out against what ails this country when I am not able to walk the talk? It is so easy to talk when you have nothing to lose, except maybe your freedom. But when it comes to a member of your family, you compromise your principles and violate the very thing that you speak out against.[more]

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Judgment day tomorrow in MB vs MB case

Nizar and his wife taking a break from the hearing. - Picture by Choo Choy May

The Court of Appeal will decide tomorrow if it agrees with the Kuala Lumpur High Court’s ruling that Datuk Seri Nizar Jamaluddin is the rightful Perak mentri besar.

A three men panel heard submissions today from lawyers representing Barisan Nasional’s (BN) Datuk Seri Dr Zambry Abd Kadir and Pakatan Rakyat’s (PR) Nizar, in what was a repeat of the protracted trial in the High Court.[more]

Read also Idham Lim reports

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Raja Petra does not turn up in court, again.

PETALING JAYA: Malaysia Today editor Raja Petra Kamarauddin failed again to appear for his sedition trial at the Sessions Court here on Friday.

DPP Shah Rizal Abdul Manan told judge Aslam Zainuddin that the arrest warrant issued on April 23, when he first did not turn up in court, had yet to be executed on him.

He also said a notice for the editor’s wife Marina Lee Abdullah to summon her to explain Raja Petra’s absence at the sedition trial was also not executed.[more]

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Gerakan and MCA split over Tsu Koon

Rivals for decades over the same Chinese voter base, Gerakan and MCA are now bickering again over the appointment of Tan Sri Koh Tsu Koon as Barisan Nasional (BN) head in Penang.

MCA grassroots members in Penang are said to be up in arms over Koh’s appointment by BN chairman Datuk Seri Najib Razak.

MCA has long eyed Penang since they lost the state in 1969 to Gerakan, then contesting in the opposition.[more]

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Zaid blogs, asks Najib to articulate his reforms

Maverick politician Datuk Zaid Ibrahim began blogging today, challenging Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak to articulate his economic reforms in the upcoming Umno special assembly or in Malay-language newspapers rather than in the English media.

Writing in his blog, the former law minister also cautioned the Prime Minister to watch out for his Umno warlords whom he said were fair-weather and have vested interests.[more]

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RPK : The name don’t maketh the man

The Muslim sense of values is totally warped. If you eat pork or drink liquor or gamble, at least you are doing it with your own money. But corruption and fraud involves other people’s money, in most cases the taxpayers’ money. So this makes it an even bigger sin. Why can’t Muslims see that a person who eats pork or drinks liquor or gambles is not harming anyone other than himself -- okay, maybe his family as well if he does all this in excess and it affects the family (for that matter, even excess ice cream or an overdose of multivitamins are bad for you). But when you cheat the taxpayers you are hurting 27 million Malaysians who that money belongs to.

My Tok Guru told me, when you sin against God, then it is up to God to forgive you. But when you sin against humankind, then God can’t forgive you. You must first beg for forgiveness from all those you have sinned against and only when they have all forgiven you will God forgive you.

Well, this is what my Tok Guru told me. But can you imagine seeking out 27 million Malaysians, one by one, and personally begging for their forgiveness? How would this be possible? I mean, how long will it take you to personally meet 27 million people, one by one?[more]

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DAP protests ‘doctored’ BN DVDs

Slamming Barisan Nasional (BN) for its attempt to “hoodwink” the people, Perak DAP chairman Datuk Ngeh Koo Ham said double standards are obviously being practised.

“When we showed the recording of the May 7 incident at a DAP dinner in Sitiawan, it was abruptly stopped by the police,” the Beruas MP said in a press statement.

“But MCA was free to show its distorted version of the incident at their dinner last Sunday in Ipoh.”[more]

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Umno not contesting in Penanti

May 19, 2009 - Alasan tak bertanding hanya dalih Umno-Nik Aziz

If March 8, 2008 marked the shattering of the myth of Barisan Nasionals invincibility, May 18, 2009 the day the once formidable coalition declined to contest a by-election may well go down in history as the beginning of the coalitions end.

This is the prognosis of PKR leader Anwar Ibrahim who in remarks made to Malaysiakini today expressed surprise that although BN had earlier signaled a reluctance to contest, it has elected to go with its instincts and sit out the by-election.

They say perception is everything in politics so this decision not to contest cannot avoid being perceived as the BN finally acknowledging it is beaten in what can be regarded as its heartland, opined Anwar.

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Dato' Seri Anwar Ibrahim,

di Petaling Jaya
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Anwar cabar kesahihan pemecatan TPM esok

Ketua Umum KeADILan Anwar Ibrahim akan mengemukakan rayuan bagi didengar di Mahkamah Persekutuan Putrajaya esok bagi mencabar keputusan berkaitan kesahihan pemecatan beliau dari jawatan Timbalan Perdana Menteri pada 1998.

Rayuan berkenaan akan dibuat pada jam 9 pagi di Putrajaya mencabar kesahihan pemecatan tersebut kerana ianya tidak menuruti lunas Perlembagaan[more]

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Khir Toyo digantung setahun dari sidang Dun

KUALA LUMPUR, 20 MEI (Suara KeADILan) -BEKAS Menteri Besar Selangor Dr Mohd Khir Toyo telah digantung dari menghadiri sidang Dewan Undangan Negeri Selangor selama setahun berikutan dengan beberapa pertuduhan keatasnya.

Keputusan berkenaan diambil oleh Jawatankuasa Hak dan Keistimewaan Dewan Undangan Negeri (DUN) semalam setelah Khir - yang juga Ketua Pembangkang Selangor didapati tidak menghadiri siasatan Jawatankuasa Pilihan Khas Mengenai Keupayaan, kebertanggungjawaban dan Ketelusan (Selcat) Selangor Mac lalu berhubung perbelanjaan dana agensi kerajaan negeri.[more]

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'Hishammuddin,asked to explain abuse of police powers'

May 20, 2009 - Serdang lawmaker Teo Nie Ching, one of 11 people arrested but denied access to their lawyers last night, has demanded that Home Minister Hishammuddin Hussein should explain the abuse of power by the police.

She directed the same question to Brickfields OCPD Wan Ahmad Bahari Wan Ahmad Khalid as his officers had invoked section 28A(8) of the Criminal Procedure Code. This allows the police to stop those arrested from contacting a lawyer.[video inside]

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BN leans towards fresh polls in Perak

The consensus that is emerging today among Barisan Nasional (BN) leaders is that even if the court of appeal rules in its favour this Thursday, it will still ask the Sultan of Perak to dissolve the state assembly to pave the way for fresh polls.

The Malaysian Insider understands that the Perak constitutional crisis was a major item on the agenda at today’s supreme council meeting of the ruling coalition.

The rationale for such a move is that the ruling coalition stands to lose more credibility and that perception that it is the villain in the Perak power grab would only grow.[more]

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Anwar Versus Anifah

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