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Tuesday, July 31, 2012

Agong consents to removal of Lajim as deputy minister



The appointment of Lajim Ukin as the deputy minister of housing and local government has been revoked with immediate effect.

A statement from the Prime Minister's Office today said that the Agong, Tuanku Abdul Halim Mu'adzam Shah, had given his consent to the revocation of the appointment.

The revocation was made under Clause (3) Article 43A which was read together with Clause (5) Article 43 of the federal constitution. 

Last Saturday, Lajim announced his resignation as a member of the Umno supreme council, Beaufort Umno division head, and chairperson of the Beaufort Barisan Nasional with immediate effect.

However, he remained as an Umno member.

When announcing his resignation in Likas Jaya, near Kota Kinabalu, Lajim was later reported to have left it to Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak to decide on his position as deputy minister of housing and local government.

Later at a function in Pekan, Najib was reported to have said that Lajim's position as deputy minister would be decided on Monday.

Lajim, 57, was elected as a Member of Parliament in the 2008 general election, replacing the incumbent for the Beaufort seat, Azizah Mohd Dun after defeating Lajim Md Yusof (PKR) with a majority of 10,914 votes.

He was later appointed as the deputy transport minister in 2008 before changing portfolio as deputy housing and local government minister in 2009.

- Bernama

8 comments:

  1. Once Lajim quits from BN, he is no longer has the power.

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  2. Once a backstabber will always be a backstabber.

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  3. Dah tak setia, buat apa lagi pegang jawatan tu kan. Tak pasal-pasal lain pula yang dibuatnya.

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  4. Kita nilai sendirilah hal ini dan buatlah keputusan secara matang.

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  5. Wajarlah keputusan tu lagipun Lajim memang akan sertai pembangkang. tidak layak sudah pegang jawatan tu.

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  6. Tidak lama lagi, Lajim pasti bukan ahli UMNO lagi. tinggal tunggu surat tunjuk sebab.

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    1. Lajim mmg berniat nak tinggalkan UMNO pun.

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  7. jawatan itu mmg tak sesuai lagi dgn Lajim.

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