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What’s the deal on bridges, Musa?

Prime Minister Najib Tun Razak had announced two
bridges to be built in Tuaran for RM18 million,
but now it is RM16 million for one.
By Joseph Bingkasan
KOTA KINABALU: A Sabah pro-opposition MP is asking Chief Minister Musa Aman to explain why only now one of the two promised bridges is going to be built in Tuaran.
Wilfred Bumburing said there were supposed to be two bridges to be built along the Tuaran River both totaling about RM18 million but the Musa had only announced one.
“The announcement to build the sports complex and the RM16 million bridge connecting town and the villages around Sungai Damit areas is timely and most welcome. However, there are a few things that need to be clarified,” the former Barisan Nasional MP said in a statement yesterday.
He was referring to the RM16 million bridge and the construction of a multi-million ringgit sports complex in Tamparuli announced by Musa this week.
The bridge over the Tuaran River is meant to provide easy access to the people living around the Pekan Nabalu areas to reach Tuaran via Kiulu, besides providing an alternative route from Tuaran to Ranau.
The second bridge was to span the Kiulu River which would have connected Kiulu with Pekan Nabalu.
“Now there will only be one bridge, at a cost of RM16 million. Initially RM18 million for two bridges. Something is just not right here,” Bumburing pointed out.
The MP, who is well-versed with the projects having been the Pasok Momogun Kadazandusun Murut Organisation (Upko) deputy president while still in the BN, said he had personally handed over applications to the prime minister for these two proposed bridges in 2011.
“We (all BN MPs) were asked by the PM himself to submit to him two applications for major projects in every parliamentary constituency,” Bumburing added.
He said the Public Works Department had done their preliminary study on these two proposed projects and based on the assurance by the prime minister, the federal government would undertake to implement these projects.

Urgent need for better infrastructure
However, there is no news from the prime minister or any relevant authority on the said projects, he said.
“With the announcement by Musa, is the state government now taking responsibility by providing funds to undertake the implementation of the Sungai Damit bridge, and also what happened to the other Kiulu Bridge?” Bumburing asked.
The MP, who quit Upko and BN last year and formed pro-Pakatan Rakyat platform Pakatan Perubahan Sabah, also pointed to other infrastructure projects that were urgently needed in the district such as the Topokon-Gontung road which was in a poor state.
“I have personally brought Shafie Apdal on a drive along the Gontung road to see the condition of the road and the number of people that would benefit,” he said.
“Until today, even with the announcement by Musa, I still considered these as promises unfulfilled.”
“With regards to the sport complex; this should have been completed a long time ago. The project was approved when I was still the State Minister of Culture, Youth and Sports,” Bumburing disclosed.
According to him, a contractor has been appointed and RM1 million had already been spent but the projects was stopped soon after he left the ministry.
“We want to know the status of the contractor that was appointed and carried out the initial work. Along these lines, we call upon the government to implement these two projects with transparency, not by negotiated or direct tender,” Bumburing said.
He also questioned the timing of the announcement by Musa, saying that, this is an election promise as the general election is now just around he corner.

261 comments:

  1. The soon-to-be constructed concrete bridge at Sungai Damit has been described as a 'dream come true'.

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    1. Janji Janji BN Tidak Ditepati!

      Banyak duit rakyat kamu makan, kenyanglah perut keluarga kamu semuasampai ada yangmahu terburai nanti..

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    2. Janji pembangkang ditepati sangatkah??

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    3. Hope that the Sungai Damit bridge will help bring convenience to the people.

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    4. Janji pembangkang hanya janji kosong, suara sahaja kuat, tapi kosong.

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  2. the bridge would serve as an alternative route to motorists travelling to the northern part of Sabah, such as Ranau.

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    1. Baguslah. Rakyat berhak dapat kemudahan daripada kerajaan.

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    2. That will be convenient for the people to make their way to other places.

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    3. Apa yang di janjikan oleh kerajaan, pasti akan di tunaikan, ini adalah untuk kemudahan rakyat juga.

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  3. at the moment, the public depend on the suspension bridge to cross the river. "This will be the second longest bridge after the Tamparuli Bridge, and would benefit 16 villages in the district,"

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    1. Hopefully the bridge will soon be build so that the 16 villages in the area can benefit from it.

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  4. So what you mean about that?

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    1. What does who mean about what?

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  5. Bagi saya tiada insiden berlaku pun.

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    1. Bumburing only exaggerating the issue here.

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    2. Looks like this issue is being politicized for political agenda.

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    3. Bumburing hanya ingin mendapat nama, cuba membesarkan isu.

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  6. I think the oppositions have been thinking too much.

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    1. Pembangkang tidak akan pernah berhenti berfikir untuk memutarbelitkan keadaan.

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    2. Pala hotak mu lah putar belit fakta wahai Umpurno !

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    3. Just like usual, they're raking their brains to find issues to politicize.

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    4. Seperti biasa, kehabisan isu untuk di canangkan.

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  7. What this is all about? He brings so many things to Sabah, why has to be in doubt?

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    1. There was doubt as MA previously promised to built 2 bridges in Tuaran for the price of RM 18 million but now only 1 bridge were mentioned to be built with the price of RM 16 million. This matter is quite confusing. I hope the government could provide some explanation.

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    2. Hope that government can resolve this issue, perhaps providing more funds to build the second bridge as promised.

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  8. Hey Bumburing, stop being cynical.

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    1. Most of the opposition people are cynical.

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  9. Naysayers are getting their head off now.

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    1. Naysayers are only bringing negative vibes in to the scene, lets focus on the positive.

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  10. Isu ini hanya akan menimbulkan kontroversi.

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    1. Utu sudah tentu, harap pihak yang berkaitan cari jalan agar perkara ini dapat ditanggani dengan baik.

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    2. Diharapkan janji akan ditepati supaya pembangkang tiada alasan untuk mengkritik.

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    3. itulah yang pembangkang suka buat, menimbulkan kontroversi untuk agenda sendiri.

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  11. Isu ini p;astinya bertujuan menimbulkan ketegangan.

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    1. This issue is causing confusing in the people mind.

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    2. Harap rakyat tidak mudah terpedaya oleh kata-kata pembangkang.

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  12. Tapi jika tidak mahu kekeliruan timbul, ada baikknya penjelasan diberi:)

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    1. Diharapkan penjelasan lanjut akan dibuat mengenai isu ini supaya rakyat akan faham keadaan.

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    2. Kita tunggu sahaja penjelasan dari KM, tidak perlu dengar cakap-cakap pembangkang.

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  13. Pandai juga si WB ni cari peluang untuk mempopularkan diri.

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    1. There is nothing wrong for him to ask such question. THe people have the rights to know.

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  14. Kalau jambatan ni siap sempurna, pasti beri banyak manfaat kepada rakyat.

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  15. Harap siasatan dan juga penjelasan dapat dibuat mengenai perkara ini supaya tidak ada salah faham yang timbul.

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  16. This is too much.

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  17. Semoga usaha kerajaan untuk mebina jambatan itu berhasil.

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    1. Hopefully 2 bridges will be build as promised instead of only 1 bridge. These bridges will surely benefit the people.

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  18. Ada saja yang tidak kena, teruk betul

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    1. Sudah dekat dengan pru, jadi makin menjadilah isu yang ditimbulkan oleh pembangkang.

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    2. Kerajaan buat benda yang baik pun pembangkang akan kritik juga, memang begitu la tu.

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  19. Kalau Musa dah berjanji pasti akan ditunaikan. Tidak kira lama atau sekejap masa yang diambil yang pasti janji itu pasti akan jadi nyata.

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    1. Mestilah ditunaikan.

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    2. Janji ditepati!

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  20. The state government is care about the needs of the people.

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  21. And I dont understand why people have to politicize it.

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    1. isu ini tidak perlulah dipolitikkan.

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  22. Bikin malu la rakyat sendiri buat kecoh.

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  23. Janji Ditepati mah.

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  24. The bridge is for the people.

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  25. Musa pasti akan tunaikan janjinya, selama ini pn byk janji ditunaikan.

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  26. jambatan tersebut adalah untuk kepentingan dan kegunaan rakyat.

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  27. sebarang isu yang dimainkan untuk cari populariti baik abaikan saja.

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    1. People will need to evaluate wisely for each parties.

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  28. yang penting, setiap yang dilakukan baik untuk rakyat.

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  29. bila mahu dekat PRU ada sajalah isu dimainkan.

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    1. The more nearer the election day is, the more issue will be played by the opposition.

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  30. Sudah2 la nak burukkan kerajaan untuk kepentingan politik semata-mata.

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    1. Its the opposition strategy to bring down the government in order to win the election.

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  31. Tentu ada penjelasan Musa tentang isu ini.

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    1. Musa will need to provide a detail explanation to clear this matter.

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    2. Explanation can help clear the confusion surrounding the people.

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  32. Musa Aman should clarify this matter.

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    1. Just wait for the Chief Minister to give his explanation on this matter.

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  33. ada saja isu pembangkang nak mainkan.

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  34. In line with its growing support across the country, Barisan Nasional (BN) is planning to go all out to retain Sabah in the coming general election, Deputy Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin said

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    1. The Opposition has called Sabah the 'fixed deposit' of BN, but Muhyiddin pointed out that for BN the state is just as important as any other in the country.

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    2. "Sabah is very important to us. We cannot afford to lose Sabah. We must defend it at all costs," he declared at a meeting in Kota Kinabalu with members of the Sabah Council of Former Elected Representatives (Mubarak) and Umno veterans.

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    3. Muhyiddin called on Mubarak members to continue assisting the BN government to implement its reforms and development programmes at the grass roots level.

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    4. "The BN has been serving the people for over 50 years and the people have developed their trust in us. We cannot fail them now," he said.

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    5. BN has stepped up its efforts in the state, with Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak making it clear recently that he wants to be responsive to the concerns of all Sabahans.

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    6. In August he announced the terms of a Royal Commission of Inquiry (RCI) on illegal immigration, saying it would be given six months to complete its investigation on the influx of illegal immigrants in Sabah.

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    7. The RCI will investigate the number of immigrants in Sabah who were issued blue identity cards or citizenship, and whether this was issued to immigrants based on the law.

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    8. In political terms, Najib has stolen the Opposition's thunder yet again. By showing that he is listening to Sabahans, and by giving them what they have been asking for so many years, he has taken away the Opposition's biggest request and granted it to the people of Sabah.

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    9. Pakatan, meanwhile, predictably attacked the commission, claiming that the RCI was "toothless" and "too late". The Opposition is naturally upset that the RCI would rob Pakatan of one of its key demands in the lead up to GE 13. Yet Sabahans have Najib to thank for listening to their views and for making the RCI a reality.

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    10. The Prime Minister's strong political will to deal with this contentious issue is expected to gain the confidence and trust of the people, and the federal Government's seriousness in tackling the matter will help BN in maintaining its stronghold Sabah in GE 13.

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    11. Pakatan, on the other hand, is relying on empty promises and its failed defection strategy to get a toehold in the state.

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    12. Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim boasted that he would engineer a wave of defections from BN in Sabah – but unfortunately for Anwar and for Pakatan, the promised flood of defections turned out to be a minor trickle instead.

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    13. Only a couple of BN leaders of any note have signed up to Anwar's camp in the past few months. Perhaps he should realise that courting opportunistic defectors in Sabah is a negative approach to winning the people's support. Pakatan cannot 'buy' all the votes in Sabah, let alone Malaysia.

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    14. In July, Anwar was beside himself with glee over the defections to Pakatan of Wilfred Mojilip Bumburing and Datuk Lajim Ukin. This, Anwar cried, would be the key to Pakatan taking Sabah.

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    15. Sadly, the voters were less excited because they sensed that the two men had defected not because they were in tune with the aspirations of the nation, but because they sensed an opportunity for more power.

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    16. And the duo confirmed this within days when they revealed that rather than pledged their unqualified support to Pakatan they would both set up their own parties that will demand a big slice of the pie in return for their 'loyalty'.

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    17. With its defection strategy in shambles Pakatan Rakyat has turned desperate in its bid to find some support in Sabah and Sarawak. In September, it resorted to an ill-thought pledge, promising the moon to voters in these states that the coalition has no hopes of fulfilling.

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    18. Labelled as the important-sounding 'Kuching Declaration', the seven-point pledge appealed to voters' desire for autonomy without actually offering anything concrete.

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    19. Pakatan's attempt at getting some toehold in BN's bastions of Sabah and Sarawak will fail as voters prefer to choose on the basis of real policies and track record, not empty promises.

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    20. After all, Pakatan's abysmal track record in the states it rules is there for all to see. The coalition's desperate strategy will therefore have little or no impact on the growing wave of support for BN.

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  35. BUMBURING SOKONG PAKATAN RAKYAT YANG TERBUKTI GAGAL MENUNAIKAN 85% JANJI MEREKA KEPADA RAKYAT??

    Pakatan pembangkang gagal menunaikan lebih daripada 85 peratus janji kepada rakyat yang 'ditabur' mereka dalam manifesto Pilihan Raya Umum Ke-12.

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    1. PR banyak bberjanji tapi tidak pula menunaikannya.

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  36. BUMBURING SOKONG PAKATAN RAKYAT YANG TERBUKTI GAGAL MENUNAIKAN 85% JANJI MEREKA KEPADA RAKYAT??

    Naib Presiden UMNO, Datuk Seri Dr. Ahmad Zahid Hamidi berkata, berdasarkan kajian yang dibuat, kerajaan negeri di bawah kepimpinan pakatan pembangkang hanya berjaya menunaikan tidak lebih 15 peratus daripada keseluruhan janji yang dibuat.

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  37. BUMBURING SOKONG PAKATAN RAKYAT YANG TERBUKTI GAGAL MENUNAIKAN 85% JANJI MEREKA KEPADA RAKYAT??

    "Mereka sudah diberi peluang untuk memerintah negeri tetapi tidak dapat melaksanakannya, macam mana kononnya mereka mahu diberi peluang menuju ke Putrajaya?" katanya pada sidang akhbar selepas merasmikan Persidangan Perwakilan UMNO Pulai di Kompleks Tan Sri Mohamed Rahmat di sini hari ini.

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  38. BUMBURING SOKONG PAKATAN RAKYAT YANG TERBUKTI GAGAL MENUNAIKAN 85% JANJI MEREKA KEPADA RAKYAT??

    Ahmad Zahid yang juga Menteri Pertahanan berkata, kerajaan di bawah kepimpinan Barisan Nasional (BN) sehingga kini sudah berjaya menunaikan lebih daripada 87 peratus janji yang dibuat sejak pilihanraya umum pertama 1959 ketika di bawah Parti Perikatan.

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  39. BUMBURING SOKONG PAKATAN RAKYAT YANG TERBUKTI GAGAL MENUNAIKAN 85% JANJI MEREKA KEPADA RAKYAT??

    Beliau mengakui terdapat kelemahan sebanyak 13 peratus dalam menunaikan janji yang dibuat dan tidak mustahil pekara itu akan dibawa ke Pilihan Raya Umum Ke 13 tidak lama lagi dan meminta rakyat menilai sendiri serta menolak parti yang disifatkan sebagai pembohong kerana tidak menunaikan manifesto pilihan raya.

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  40. BUMBURING SOKONG PAKATAN RAKYAT YANG TERBUKTI GAGAL MENUNAIKAN 85% JANJI MEREKA KEPADA RAKYAT??

    Katanya, kerjasama tiga parti dalam pakatan pembangkang adalah ibarat perkahwinan mutaah yang bersifat sementara kerana mereka hanya memerlukan satu sama lain pada waktu pilihanraya dan hubungan tersebut tidak bertahan lama disebabkan agenda masing-masing yang berbeza.

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  41. BUMBURING SOKONG PAKATAN RAKYAT YANG TERBUKTI GAGAL MENUNAIKAN 85% JANJI MEREKA KEPADA RAKYAT??

    "Kita lihat seperti mana yang berlaku di Pulau Pinang, DAP cuba menguasai lebih daripada dua pertiga kerusi di sana selain mahu menjadi parti tunggal di negeri itu.

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  42. BUMBURING SOKONG PAKATAN RAKYAT YANG TERBUKTI GAGAL MENUNAIKAN 85% JANJI MEREKA KEPADA RAKYAT??

    "Adalah lebih baik PKR dan PAS meninggalkan DAP dan menjadi entiti berasingan kerana mereka tidak jujur dalam menterjemahkan kesepakatan yang terjalin dan kaedah yang sama juga akan dilakukan jika mereka menguasai Putrajaya," Katanya lagi.

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  43. BUMBURING SOKONG PAKATAN RAKYAT YANG TERBUKTI BERJAYA MENGGONDOLKAN HUTAN KEDAH DAN KELANTAN?

    Penyerahan beribu-ribu hektar tanah milik rakyat dan umat Islam Kelantan kepada syarikat-syarikat bukan milik orang Islam atau lebih tepat lagi, syarikat-syarikat milik kroni DAP, oleh PAS Kelantan, sememangnya sudah lama diperkatakan. Bagaimanapun, PAS yang bijak berselindung di sebalik doa dan solat hajat selain serban dan zuhudnya Nik Abdul Aziz sentiasa dapat mengelak daripada dilihat sebagai penyeleweng tanah terbesar.

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  44. BUMBURING SOKONG PAKATAN RAKYAT YANG TERBUKTI BERJAYA MENGGONDOLKAN HUTAN KEDAH DAN KELANTAN?

    Apatah lagi, PAS kerapkali menuding jari menyalahkan UMNO yang kononnya telah menjual tanah-tanah rezab Melayu kepada pihak asing, walaupun pada masa yang sama, mereka tidak menyebut langsung tentang tanah-tanah yang telah disediakan untuk menggantikan rezab Melayu yang telah diambil untuk tujuan pembangunan dan sebagainya.

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  45. BUMBURING SOKONG PAKATAN RAKYAT YANG TERBUKTI BERJAYA MENGGONDOLKAN HUTAN KEDAH DAN KELANTAN?

    Berbanding dengan PAS yang begitu rakus mengejar keuntungan besar dan tidak bermoral, UMNO dan Kerajaan Pusat menyediakan ruang dan peluang yang lebih baik untuk sesiapa sahaja yang menyertai program yang dibuat sepertimana KEDA, FELDA, FELCRA dan sebagainya.

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  46. BUMBURING SOKONG PAKATAN RAKYAT YANG TERBUKTI BERJAYA MENGGONDOLKAN HUTAN KEDAH DAN KELANTAN?

    Sedangkan sesiapa sahaja yang masuk ke dalam program PAS, mereka hanyalah dilatih untuk menjadi kader PAS dan mengorbankan apa-apa sahaja milik mereka atas nama PAS, termasuklah isteri yang perlu dikongsi.

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  47. BUMBURING SOKONG PAKATAN RAKYAT YANG TERBUKTI BERJAYA MENGGONDOLKAN HUTAN KEDAH DAN KELANTAN?

    Dek kerana itulah, PAS tidak malu walau sepicing pun, walaupun telah terdedah bahawa PAS menipu semata-mata, sepertimana dalam kes Tabung Derma Memali, KOHILAL, projek-projek Husam Musa di Kelantan, Ladang Rakyat dan sebagainya.

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  48. BUMBURING SOKONG PAKATAN RAKYAT YANG TERBUKTI BERJAYA MENGGONDOLKAN HUTAN KEDAH DAN KELANTAN?

    Menariknya, dalam kes Ladang Rakyat, tidak sahaja PAS Kelantan melihat prospek besar untuk untung berganda dalam rampasan tanah rakyat sebaliknya tindakan PAS memusnahkan alam sekitar seringkali mendapat perlindungan daripada pelbagai pihak termasuklah pihak berkuasa yang mudah kow-tim dan kow-tow kepada para pemimpin PAS.

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  49. BUMBURING SOKONG PAKATAN RAKYAT YANG TERBUKTI BERJAYA MENGGONDOLKAN HUTAN KEDAH DAN KELANTAN?

    Ladang Rakyat merupakan alasan di sebalik kerakusan penebangan balak dan kerosakan alam sekitar. PAS mewujudkan alasan Ladang Rakyat untuk mewajarkan tindakan mereka mengkayakan kroni-kroni mereka, terutama sekali dari DAP menerusi jalan memproksikan Melayu-Melayu bangang yang menjadi penyokong tegar PAS. Kerja-kerja tersebut diselaraskan dan dilicinkan oleh pemimpin-pemimpin utama PAS sepertimana yang berlaku di Kelantan.

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    1. yang menggondolkan hutan2 di kedah dan kelantan adalah kerajaan pas.

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  50. BUMBURING SOKONG PAKATAN RAKYAT YANG TERBUKTI BERJAYA MENGGONDOLKAN HUTAN KEDAH DAN KELANTAN?

    Ironinya, PAS gila menebang balak apabila mereka mula berbaik-baik dengan DAP bermula awal tahun 2000 dahulu. Dan kegilaan menebang balak itu yang kemudian dijenamakan sebagai LADANG RAKYAT itu kemudiannya, melarat kepada penjualan dan pemindahmilikan tanah kepada kroni-kroni DAP, sama ada dari Malaysia mahupun dari Singapura.

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  51. BUMBURING SOKONG PAKATAN RAKYAT YANG TERBUKTI BERJAYA MENGGONDOLKAN HUTAN KEDAH DAN KELANTAN?

    Masing-masing masih tidak terjawab, bagaimana PAS Kelantan boleh memindahkan hak milik beribu-ribu hektar tanah kepada kroni-kroni DAP yang bukan sahaja mentekedaghah balak dan tanah tetapi juga menjadikan orang Melayu yang menyokong PAS sebagai hamba abdi yang cukup dengan RM200 sebulan.

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  52. BUMBURING SOKONG PAKATAN RAKYAT YANG TERBUKTI BERJAYA MENGGONDOLKAN HUTAN KEDAH DAN KELANTAN?

    SPRM telah diberitahu tetapi entah mengapa, bagaikan ada hantu besar di dalam SPRM yang menghalang perlaksanaan siasatan terhadap transaksi tanah melibatkan Kerajaan Negeri di bawah PAS. Sekaligus menjadikan PAS seperti jin ekor tercanak yang begitu bangga kononnya mereka telah melakukan program pembalakan dan penebangan hutan secara betul dan mengikut prosedur. Dan di sebalik pelbagai pendedahan bukti yang menunjukkan perlanggaran undang-undang serta peraturan melibatkan Jabatan Hutan, Jabatan Alam Sekitar dan sebagainya, SPRM sehingga ke hari ini terus berdiam diri.

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  53. BUMBURING SOKONG PAKATAN RAKYAT YANG TERBUKTI BERJAYA MENGGONDOLKAN HUTAN KEDAH DAN KELANTAN?

    Justeru, seandainya siasatan terhadap penyerahan tanah milik rakyat Kelantan kepada syarikat-syarikat yang meragukan transaksinya, perlu amat untuk siasatan terhadap LADANG RAKYAT KEDAH dimulakan secepat mungkin.

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  54. BUMBURING SOKONG PAKATAN RAKYAT YANG TERBUKTI BERJAYA MENGGONDOLKAN HUTAN KEDAH DAN KELANTAN?

    PAS sehingga kini meneruskan kerja-kerja pembohongan mereka dengan begitu megah kerana tiada sebarang tindakan dari pihak berkuasa. Dan pada masa yang sama, pihak berkuasa pula dilihat bagaikan tikus kesejukan yang hanya berani apabila melibatkan pemimpin dan orang UMNO tetapi amat kecut perut apabila melibatkan PAS dan Pakatan Rakyat.

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  55. City Hall has identified some areas in the city to be lit by energy saving bulbs to help save on utility bills this year.

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    1. Mayor Datuk Abidin Madingkir on Wednesday said City Hall would begin the installation of such bulbs like Light Emitting Diode (LED) bulbs in a pilot project, to determine its viability, soon.

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    2. "Certainly the use of LED is much cheaper from the existing lamps É we will not replace them all at once, but the installation will be done gradually, in phases," he said.

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    3. Preliminary results of a pilot project in the peninsula, revealed LED bulbs used in 12 government buildings in Putrajaya showed average savings of 10.3 per cent or RM3.5million from January-October last year.

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    4. The move could help the Government save up to RM800 million from the RM2.7 billion it spends each year.

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    5. However, the cost of implementing the plan is costly, revealed Energy, Green Technology and Water Minister, Datuk Seri Peter Chin.

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    6. Madingkir said City Hall also plans to have multi-storey carparks to address the city's parking space constraints.

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    7. Admitting the city parking spaces are limited, he said construction of such car parks however, does not come cheap.

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    8. "So like I said beforeÉwe need the private sector to come forward and collaborate with City Hall."

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    9. Currently, City Hall is also in discussion with some parties to construct the multi-storey carparks, however its execution won't begin this year, Madingkir said.

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    10. Meanwhile, Abidin attributed the city's large population of close to half a million - to it having the highest number of drug abuse cases in the State.

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    11. He said he had heard the police talking about yearly increases in students involved in the drug menace and the State-level Drug Prevention Action Council, raising concern over the increase in drug abuse cases.

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    12. Madingkir added the council also said the city currently has the highest number of reported cases, compared to tother districts.

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    13. And in recent years, there have been instances of youths, especially young girls, being used as drug mules to transport drugs by dealers, he said.

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    14. "In spite of the harsh punishment, it does not deter some pushers from selling drugs," he said during the closing of a Pemadam programme, here.

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  56. Hence, Madingkir hoped City Pemadam will beef up their programmes and prevention measures and that their effort will be aided by other agencies.

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  57. Lima projek utama Petronas di Sabah, yang diumumkan pada 2011, akan mula beroperasi tahun ini, menandakan satu lagi kejayaan penting bagi industri minyak dan gas negeri.

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  58. Projek-projek itu ialah Terminal Minyak dan Gas Sabah (SOGT), Saluran Paip Gas Sabah-Sarawak (SSGP), Stesen Janakuasa Kimanis (KPP), Pusat latihan Petroleum Kimanis (KTC), dan pembangunan huluan Bukan Berkaitan Gas Kinabalu (NAG).

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  59. Pengerusi Petronas bagi Sabah dan Labuan, Joseph Podtung, memberitahu pemberita Sabah pada Khamis projek-projek tersebut berjalan dengan lancar, mencapai sasaran dalam pelaksanaan masing-masing.

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  60. "Projek-projek ini, kebanyakannya bertaraf dunia, merupakan sebahagian daripada rancangan keseluruhan Petronas untuk mengoptimumkan nilai sumber minyak dan gas yang ditemui di luar pesisir pantai Sabah," katanya.

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  61. Petronas pada 2011 mengumumkan pelbagai projek, huluan dan juga hiliran, melibatkan gabungan perbelanjaan modal sebanyak RM45 bilion. Pelan ini juga termasuk Loji Urea Ammonia Sabah (SAMUR) di Sipitang dan Terminal Pengegasan Semula Lahad Datu.

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  62. Ketua Menteri Datuk Seri Musa Aman mengingatkan rakyat Sabah, terutama penjawat awam supaya tidak terpengaruh dengan slogan 'tukar kerajaan' yang dimainkan pembangkang bagi meraih sokongan rakyat menjelang pilihan raya umum akan datang.

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  63. Sambil menepis dakwaan pembangkang bahawa kerajaan sedia ada "tidak membawa apa-apa pembangunan" kepada rakyat di negeri ini, Musa yang juga pengerusi Barisan Nasional (BN) Sabah berkata bahawa hanya orang buta dan tuli sahaja yang tidak mampu melihat kebenaran.

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  64. "Kalau mahu tukar (kerajaan) mudah sahaja...tapi adakah itu membawa kebaikan atau kemudaratan kepada rakyat dan negeri ini?

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  65. "Di mana-mana sahaja kita boleh melihat pembangunan yang dibawa oleh kerajaan BN. Saya yakin rakyat Sabah atau penjawat awam matang dan tahu menilai prestasi kerajaan BN yang banyak membawa pembangunan dan menolong rakyat dalam semua aspek tanpa mengira agama, bangsa dan keturunan," katanya.

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  66. Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim dilapor akan menaikkan royalti minyak Sabah daripada 5% kepada 20%.

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  67. Enggan mengalah, pemimpin pembangkang lain seperti Datuk Dr Jeffrey Kitingan pula menjanjikan 50%. Bagaimanapun, untuk menzahirkannya, Dr Jeffrey perlu bergantung kepada sokongan Anwar jika dan apabila beliau menjadi Perdana Menteri Malaysia.

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  68. walaupun Anwar mahu menaikkan royalti minyak, tiada jaminan peruntukan Sabah tidak akan dikurangkan, baik menerusi Belanjawan 2013 mahu pun RMKe-11 nanti.

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  69. Untuk makluman, kenaikan royalti bagi Sabah, Sarawak, Terengganu dan Kelantan dianggar berjumlah melebihi RM10 bilion setahun (harus diingat Sarawak dan Terengganu menghasilkan lebih banyak minyak berbanding Sabah).

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  70. Anwar menyedari hakikat bahawa tambahan lebih RM10 bilion yang akan diberi kepada empat negeri pengeluar minyak ini bermakna RM10 bilion perlu diambil daripada peruntukan kerajaan pusat kepada negeri yang tidak menghasilkan minyak di Semenanjung.

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  71. Besar kemungkinan Sabah akan menikmati royalti minyak lebih besar tetapi di akhirnya, ia juga mungkin mendapat peruntukan lebih sedikit daripada Kerajaan Pusat di bawah pemerintahan Anwar sebagai Perdana Menteri. Perlu diingat bahawa Anwar sebagai Perdana Menteri mempunyai kuasa mutlak menentukan berapa dan siapa yang akan dapat lebih atau kurang peruntukan Kerajaan Pusat.

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  72. setiap ringgit yang diberi kepada Sabah, Sarawak, Terengganu dan Kelantan mesti ada puncanya kerana duit tidak akan jatuh dari langit.

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  73. kemungkinan Anwar akan mengurangkan perbelanjaan dalam aspek keselamatan, kesihatan, pendidikan, infrastuktur, kemudahan awal, sosial di seluruh negara berikutan perlu membelanjakan lebih untuk royalti minyak.

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  74. Anwar mesti menjawab semua persoalan rumit ini supaya difahami dan dapat meyakinkan rakyat.

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  75. Harus juga diingat, Anwar mahu mengekalkan subsidi, enggan menaikkan cukai, menentang peningkatan hutang kerajaan dan sekarang ini bercadang mahu menambah royalti. Jadi bagaimana beliau mahu melakukan semua ini dari segi keupayaan kewangan?

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  76. LAJIM DAN BUMBURING SUDAH TIADA PILIHAN

    Sementara Pakatan Pembangkang Sabah amat mengharapkan akan timbul parti bumiputera sebagai "faktor pecah undi" tiba-tiba muncul Datuk Wilfred Mojilip Bumburing dan Datuk Lajim Haji Okin untuk mengisi harapan mereka. Pada dasarnya penyokong BN harus dan perlu "dipecahkan" bagi menumbangkan mereka. Tetapi dengan Bumburing dan Lajim sahaja, harapan itu akan hanya tinggal harapan.

    Pakatan Pembangkang TIDAK boleh terlalu ghairah dengan kemasukan Lajim dan Bumburing dalam Pakatan Pembangkang. Mereka belum pasti memecahkan "undi BN". Sebaliknya, mereka dilihat lebih berkemungkinan besar "memecahkan undi pembangkang".

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  77. LAJIM DAN BUMBURING SUDAH TIADA PILIHAN

    Bumburing mengatakan bahawa dia sudah "tiada pilihan". Ini adalah berkaitan dengan syarat dan janji Bumburing bercalon sebagai MP pada PRU12 bagi satu penggal sahaja menggantikan "incumbent UPKO" masa itu Datuk Wilfred Madius Tangau. Penggal berakhir..Jadi apa pilihan Bumburing? Meninggalkan UPKO untuk mencuri peluang bertanding!

    Lajim juga memang sudah tiada pilihan. Dia bakal tidak disenaraikan sebagai calon dalam PRU13. Dia sudah berulang kali memujuk PM yang juga Presiden UMNO namun UMNO Negeri Sabah hendaklah dirujuk. Jawabannya tentulah tegas bahawa Lajim tidak disenaraikan. Apa pilihan Lajim?

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  78. LAJIM DAN BUMBURING SUDAH TIADA PILIHAN

    Bumburing dan Lajim BUKAN faktor kekuatan BN di Sabah. Bumburing dan Lajim pernah bersama dalam PBS sebagai ADUN dan Menteri Penuh dalam Kabinet Negeri Sabah era PBS. Lajim sekali lagi menjadi Menteri Penuh selepas BN mengalahkan PBS dalam PRU11. Manakala Bumburing (BN-UPKO) KALAH di tangan Edward Linggu (PBS...kini menyertai STAR).

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  79. LAJIM DAN BUMBURING SUDAH TIADA PILIHAN

    BN Tuaran dan Beaufort sudah sedia menyusun semula strukturnya. Ketiadaan Bumburing dan Lajim BUKANlah penyebab lumpuhnya BN di Bahagian-Bahagian itu. Lebih jauh lagi, memberi impak terhadap BN di Bahagian-Bahagian yang lain.

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  80. LAJIM DAN BUMBURING SUDAH TIADA PILIHAN

    Pemimpin politik datang dan pergi. Apatah lagi seperti Bumburing dan Lajim yang SUDAH TIADA PILIHAN. Mereka ghairah sementara. Pembangkang di Sabah juga ghairah sementara sahaja. Bila rakan lama yang ditinggalkan menyusun semula Bahagian dan strategi, pasti pertembungan akan berlaku. Pemimpin yang RAPUH pasti mudah patah dan kecundang.

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  81. Ketua Menteri Sabah, Datuk Seri Musa Haji Aman, mengesa wakil-wakil rakyat barisan nasional menjelajah di kawasan masing-masing bagi memastikan semua janji-janji telah ditepati sebelum kerajaan meminta mandat semula daripada rakyat.

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  82. Selain itu, Pengerusi Perhubungan Umno Sabah merangkap pengerusi BN Sabah itu menggesa agar semua jajaran kepimpinan baik diperingkat negeri mahupun akar umbi mengelak sebarang sengketa, bagi menjamin kemenangan besar dalam pilihanraya yang menjelang tiba.

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    1. semua perlu sentiasa bersatu agar setiap matlamat tercapai.

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  83. Menurut Musa, jika semuanya berjalan baik dan hubungan antara komponen BN senantiasa terpelihara, maka tiada sebab, BN Sabah tidak mencapai kemenangan cemerlang pada PRU-13.

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  84. Ketua Menteri Sabah itu juga meminta, agar semua jajaran pemimpin bersatu sebagai satu pasukan yang mantap, demi menjamin kemenangan.

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  85. Kerajaan di bawah kerajaan Barisan Nasional menurutnya, senantiasa memenuhi keperluan rakyat sesuai dengan kemampuan kerajaan dari masa ke semasa.

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  86. Kerajaan di bawah kerajaan Barisan Nasional menurutnya, senantiasa memenuhi keperluan rakyat sesuai dengan kemampuan kerajaan dari masa ke semasa.

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  87. Pembangunan untuk rakyat akan terus berjalan tanpa henti

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  88. Kerajaan Barisan Nasional (BN) akan terus melaksanakan program pembangunan untuk rakyat mengikut kesesuaian dengan perkembangan semasa.

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  89. proses pembangunan sesebuah kawasan dilaksanakan tanpa noktah dan ia diatur bagi memastikan ia mencapat matlamat kepada golongan sasar.

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  90. Inilah usaha dan komitmen kerajaan selari dengan amanah yang diberikan oleh rakyat.

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  91. ntara program yang diperkenalkan oleh kerajaan untuk meringankan beban rakyat adalah Bantuan Rakyat 1Malaysia, Rebet RM200 membeli telefon pintar, Sentuhan Kasih dan 1Azam.

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  92. berbeza dengan parti pembangkang yang hanya pandai menabur janji tetapi tidak mampu melaksanakan apa-apa program untuk membantu rakyat.

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  93. Mereka hanya pandai bercakap kosong dan bohong seperti ‘Saudagar Ubat’ untuk meraih sokongan rakyat tetapi tidak mampu menunaikan janji yang mereka berikan.

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  94. parti pembangkang juga mempunyai rekod buruk dalam menunaikan janji mereka kepada rakyat.

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  95. Sebaliknya, BN mempunyai rekod baik untuk menunaikan janji dan melaksanakan program pembangunan untuk rakyat disebabkan mempunyai kemampuan untuk melaksanakannya.

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  96. Sabah berkembang menjadi sebuah negeri yang maju, makmur, aman dan stabil menerusi pendekatan yang dilaksana kerajaan Barisan Nasional (BN)

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  97. pertumbuhan ekonomi Sabah kekal teguh selain memiliki rizab yang kukuh.

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  98. harus ada kestabilan politik serta sokongan daripada semua komuniti agar kami boleh mentadbir negeri tanpa gangguan politik yang terlalu banyak.

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  99. Kestabilan politik penting untuk menarik pelaburan serta membolehkan perniagaan berkembang pesat,

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  100. PAS’ intention to make its president Datuk Seri Abdul Hadi Awang prime minister should the opposition pact win the general election shows that they are squabbling among themselves.

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  101. Even before forming the government, they are already squabbling, later (if) they form the government not only Hadi, Anwar (Opposition Leader Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim) and even Karpal Singh too would want to be PM.

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  102. the DAP would want Anwar to become prime minister, Dr Mahathir said the party wanted to win the trust of the Malay community in the country.

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  103. Anwar’s supporters not to become too obsessed and fanatical and to use their brain in evaluating all the actions of their leader.

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  104. The opposition’s struggle is simply to gain power, so much so they are willing to gamble on the principles of the party and the people

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  105. their struggle was often not focused and was always changing, moving from demanding free and fair elections to the environment, ‘hudud’, total equality and such.

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  106. Their struggle seems to be unsteady. In short, they will put up a fight whenever there is a chance and often put aside the real principles of the struggle

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  107. PAS and PKR seem to have given up their own struggles and had submitted to the DAP.

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  108. unlike Umno which had always adhered to its principles and struggled in the people’s interests

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  109. believe the people are wise enough to evaluate the unprincipled struggle of the opposition compared to the essence of the struggles of Umno and the Barisan Nasional which champion the people

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  110. Hope that both bridges that was promised to the Tuaran Folks will be fulfilled.

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  111. jambatan tersebut akan memudahkan orang ramai kelak.

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  112. Promises made must be fulfilled, hope that the government will start work on the bridge as soon as possible.

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  113. Tuduhan ini adalah semata-mata direka oleh pembangkang untuk mengelirukan pandangan rakyat.

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  114. Saya berharap rakyat tidak terpengaruh dengan propaganda pembangkang.

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  115. Sesungguhnya ia adalah satu permainan politik...

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