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Thursday, January 30, 2014

Najib - Rekonsiliasi Nasional OK, Kerajaan Perpaduang NO...


Kabinet setuju rekonsiliasi nasional dengan Pakatan...

Putrajaya akhirnya menyambut pelawaan Pakatan Rakyat (PR) apabila bersetuju mengadakan rekonsiliasi nasional dengan gabungan pembangkang tersebut, kata Datuk Seri Najib Razak (gambar) hari ini.

Keputusan tersebut dicapai selepas perdana menteri selesai berbincang dalam satu mesyuarat Kabinet hari ini.

"Dalam mesyuarat Kabinet hari ini, menteri saya dan saya meneliti rancangan untuk menubuhn dan mempromosikan suasana yang kondusif dan membantu mempromosikan rekonsiliasi nasional menerusi perpaduan dan konsensus dalam negara," kata Najib dalam satu kenyataan  hari ini.

Najib menggariskan empat perkara dalam rekonsiliasi nasional tersebut dan akan bertanggungjawab sebagai ketua dalam mencapai matlamat demi kebaikan untuk negara.

"Rancangan rekonsiliasi nasional itu akan berasaskan empat kunci utama iaitu sosial, politik, kerajaan dan hubungan antarabangsa dan melihat pada masa depan, saya akan mengetuai pelaksanaan perubahan ini dengan harapan membawa semua rakyat Malaysia berada dekat antara satu sama lain," kata Najib.

Najib juga yakin PR akan menyambut cadangan tersebut terutamanya selepas Ketua Pembangkang Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim membuat tawaran sama baru-baru ini.

"Saya terharu dengan gesaan pembangkang yang mencadangkan satu konsensus dan saya yakin mereka akan mengalu-alukan perkembangan terbaru ini," katanya.

Bagi memastikan cadangan rekonsiliasi nasional tersebut dicapai, Najib menggesa semua pihak perlu bersedia berhenti daripada menyebarkan penipuan dan fitnah, serta menghentikan politik kebencian.

"Bagi semua mencapai ini, kita semua perlu berhenti menyebarkan penipuan dan fitnah, seterusnya menghentikan politik kebencian."

Selain itu, Najib juga berharap cadangan tersebut akan membawa hasil yang positif kepada generasi masa depan negara.

"Kita mesti bekerja ke arah Model Perpaduan Sosial bagi memastikan perpaduan kekal sebagai objektif bersama bagi generasi masa depan negara," katanya.

Bagaimanapun, Najib menegaskan rekonsiliasi nasional tersebut bukanlah sebuah pembentukan kerajaan perpaduan tetapi sebaliknya membuktikan keterbukaan kerajaan dalam mencapai kesepakatan dalam perkara tertentu.

"Ingin saya tegaskan di sini, rancangan ini bukan termasuk pembentukan apa-apa kerajaan perpaduan.

"Namun, kita mesti melihat untuk menjadi lebih inklusif dalam aktiviti dan majlis," katanya. - TMI. Baca seterusnya di sini

National reconciliation talks okay but no deal on unity government, says Najib


Are Najib’s days numbered...

A prominent Bloomberg columnist wrote today that judging from how Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad and his "people" are circling around Datuk Seri Najib Razak, it is hard not to wonder if the prime minister's days are numbered.

Man under pressure... Najib is currently facing the toughest period of his premiership. - The Malaysian Insider pic, January 29, 2014.
In a short comment headlined "Are Najib's days numbered in Malaysia?", William Pesek noted that nostalgia for Dr Mahathir's rule was gaining momentum in the country.

"For many, the age of the mercurial Mahathir Mohamad (1981-2003) was a golden one of rising living standards and strong stances against the lecturing ways of the US and the International Monetary Fund.

"The decade since saw one hapless prime minister after another pledge major change that didn't materialise, Najib Razak being the latest," Pesek said.

The columnist's comments came after biting comments against Najib's rule from Umno veterans and politicians who say subsidy cuts will shrink support for the ruling Barisan Nasional (BN) in the next general election due in 2018.

Najib is meeting his supporters in Kuala Lumpur tonight to address the criticisms and put word on the ground that he remains in charge and will see through his reforms.

Pesek also noted that Dr Mahathir led a campaign to oust Najib's predecessor Tun Abdullah Ahmad Badawi, who stepped down in 2009 after BN suffered historic losses in the 2008 general election.

"Are Najib's days numbered, too? Judging from how Mahathir and his people are circling, it's hard not to wonder," Pesek wrote.

The opposition party PKR had also cited the danger of Najib being unseated for their leader Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim to contest a controversial by-election in a state seat to "fortify" Selangor, the country's wealthiest state.

Anwar had said he would explain his reasons for running in the Kajang by-election although his critics say it is a move to remove popular Selangor Menteri Besar Tan Sri Abdul Khalid Ibrahim, who has had differences with the party leadership.-TMI

UMNO/BN mudah lupa...

Satu tamparan hinggap ke kepala Noh Omar

Ada beranikah...


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