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Thursday, January 31, 2013

Pendatang Indonesia dakwa pegawai mahkamah Tawau berikannya MyKad biru untuk mengundi BN...



Seorang pendatang Indonesia memberitahu inkuiri Suruhanjaya Siasatan Di Raja (RCI) berkenaan pendatang haram hari ini seorang pegawai Mahkamah Adat Tawau memberinya kad pengenalan biru pada 1979 untuk mengundi kerajaan dalam pilihan raya.

Yuhanis Bira, 57, berkata beliau tiba di Sabah pada 1973 dan menerima kad pengenalan enam tahun kemudian dari pegawai mahkamah tersebut, yang tidak disebut namanya, tanpa sijil kelahiran.


"Dia (pegawai) kata boleh sokong kerajaan...jadi saya sokong kerajaan lah," kata Yuhanis kepada RCI hari ini.

"Mengundi?" tanya Datuk Ahmad Abd Rahman, dari Persatuan Undang-Undang Sabah.
"Ya," kata Yuhanis.

Yuhanis berkata beliau mendaftar sebagai pengundi sejak 1981 dan mengundi setiap kali pilihan raya selepas itu.

Parti Berjaya memerintah Sabah dari 1976 hingga 1985, di mana bekas ketua menteri Sabah Tan Sri Harris Salleh menafikan kewujudan "Projek IC".

Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad, perdana menteri paling lama mentadbir, dari 1981 hingga 2003, dituduh menjadi dalang kepada "Projek IC", dimana kewarganegaraan diberikan kepada warga asing untuk mendapatkan undi.

Yuhanis berkata beliau hanya membayar pegawai mahkamah itu sebanyak RM12, yang diterima pada 1979 selepas bertemu dengan pegawai mahkamah itu setahun selepas itu.

Menurut Undang-undang Kewarganegaraan 1964, mereka yang ingin memohon untuk menjadi warganegara Malaysia melalui penaturalisasian mesti menjadi seorang pemastautin tetap selama lebih daripada 12 tahun dan telah berada di Malaysia selama lebih daripada 10 tahun.

Seorang lagi pendatang dari Indonesia Berahim Abdullah mengaku rakannya membantu beliau mendapatkan kad pengenalan biru pada tahun 1990 tanpa sijil kelahiran, sepuluh tahun selepas beliau tiba di Sabah untuk mendapatkan pekerjaan.

Berahim, yang juga bekerja sebagai chef, berkata beliau mendaftar sebagai pengundi dan mengundi empat kali di Kunak.

Ditanya mengapa beliau mendaftar sebagai pengundi, Berahim berkata untuk menyokong kerajaan Barisan Nasional (BN).

Kedua-dua Yuhanis dan Berahim berkata kad pengenalan mereka tercatat tempat lahir mereka sebagai Sabah, walaupun mereka mengaku lahir di Indonesia. 

Beberapa pendatang Pakistan dan India telah memberi keterangan baru-baru ini tentang mendapatkan kad pengenalan biru - sama ada dari orang tengah atau dari JPN secara langsung dalam hanya beberapa tahun selepas tiba di Sabah.
 

Bekas hakim Sabah dan Sarawak Tan Sri Steve Shim Lip Kiong akan menyambung semula inkuiri pada 22 Februari.-malaysian insider



Indonesian told to back BN for his citizenship...

Indonesian national Yuhanis Bira, who was issued with a blue identity card within six years of arriving in Sabah, said the IC was given to him on condition he supports the then government.

The 57-year-old immigrant, who arrived in Sabah in 1973, said he met an officer at the Tawau Native Court, who conveyed this message to him.

This took place in 1978, when Yuhanis agreed to the officer's proposal and received his blue IC the following year.


NONE"He (the court officer) asked, so I supported the government," he told the RCI, which is sitting at the High Court complex in Kota Kinabalu.

Asked if this meant supporting through voting, Yuhanis replied: "Yes".

During this period, the BN government was in power in Sabah, led by Berjaya, which ruled from 1976 to 1985.


Yuhanis said he only paid RM12 for the blue identity card and did not need to  furnish any document. The identity card states he was born in Tawau.

He registered as a voter in 1981 and voted in the election that year, which saw Berjaya retain power, and has voted in every election since then.

The testimonies given today indicate that the arbitrary granting of blue identity cards to immigrants dates back further than initially thought, though it is unclear if this was done in an organised manner.

Another similar case is that of Indonesian national Berahim Abdullah, 54, who also testified today. He arrived in Sabah in 1980.

'Runner helped with ICs'


Berahim said a friend approached him in 1990 and said he could help him get a blue identity card, without the need for any document.

After providing only his photographs, Berahim said, he was informed by the runner friend to pick up his new blue identity card at the National Registration Department (NRD).

He said he has since then voted four times, in the state constituency of Kunak.

Asked by watching brief lawyer James Ghani why he had gone on to register as a voter, Berahim replied: "To support the Barisan government".

The Sabah government was at that time led by PBS, which was ousted in the 1994 state election.

A total of six witnesses testified today and to date 55 witnesses have taken the stand since the RCI began sitting on Jan 14.

This is the second session of RCI, which was supposed to end tomorrow but was adjourned today. It will reconvene for the third session on Feb 22.-malaysiakini








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