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Ban made Nurul a hero and Salleh the make-up artist -- BOPIM

KOTA KINABALU: The Borneo's Plight in Malaysia Foundation (BOPIM) had expressed disappointment in the 'high-handed' action of the State Government in denying the entry into Sabah of Nurul Izzah Anwar, PKR's Vice President and Member of Parliament for Lembah Pantai.

The President of the UK-based BOPIM, Daniel John Jambun, said it is true that the Chief Minister has the power to stop anyone from entering Sabah without giving any reason, but this case against Nurul Izzah was uncalled for and didn't make any sense.
 
"Obviously the state BN is teetering on the edge of fear of facing the opposition even after the general elections," Jambun said. "Such a fear must be because of Sabah BN's lack of confidence in its strength, or because of deep guilt due to what they have done during the recent election. If not, why else is the Chief Minister declining comment on the incident?"

He said the state BN should now feel ashamed that it had committed a political blunder with the surprising ban, because it only served to smear the reputation of the BN, and exposed its hidden fear and guilt.

"And worse for BN, it had made Nurul a hero and raised her to national sympathy and defense from all right-thinking Malaysians, including BN leader and Kinabatangan Member of Parliament, Datuk Bung Mokhtar.

BOPIM also condemned the statement by Datuk Salleh Said who supported the ban on Nurul, when he said “Sabah should ban any politicians from outside Sabah, irrespective of political affiliations, who come to our state with intentions to nurture mistrust and hatred amongst our people.”
Salleh who is also State Legislative Assembly Speaker also said Sabahans did not wish to subscribe to a political culture of divide and rule as practiced elsewhere, and "Sabah had always been a peaceful and harmonious state and we take pride in our unity in diversity. We cannot allow the interest of Sabah be compromised by selfish politicians from Peninsular Malaysia pursuing politics of self-glorification,”
Jambun said Salleh was lying about Sabahan not wanting Nurul, and was being hypocritical in his statement about BN not wanting do allow divide and rule tactic whereas this is exactly the political model being used by Umno in Malaysia and in Sabah.

"If Peninsular politicians are not allowed to so-called pursue self-glorification in Sabah, why allow Kuala Lumpur Umno leaders to do exactly that all the time?" Jambun demanded, adding that Salleh is now wellknown for being a "political make-up artist" for his habit and ability in making up nonsensical excuses for all sorts of things, including the illegal immigrants.

"If there is anyone who needs to be banned from entering Sabah, it should be Tun Dr. Mahathir for his sin in running the Project IC which brought in hundreds of thousands of foreigners to become citizens through the backdoor.

"Mahathir deserves to be banned from entering Sabah for fear that he will influence some Sabahans into supporting what he had done," he said. "His visit here will also embolden the Suluks in Sabah to step over the heads of genuine Sabahans, as has been proven by a recent case in which a policeman was threatened by a woman who arrogantly said, 'You don't mess with me. I'm a Suluk!'

"Today even small Filipino kids brag arrogantly to locals that they would soon take over Sabah," Jambun added. "And this is happening because of the irresponsible action of Mahathir and several federal leaders."

373 comments:

  1. IF SABAHANS DON'T TAKE HEED ABOUT THE WARNING OF ILLEGALS TAKEOVER ENGINEERED BY MALAYA, THEN THEY CAN ONLY BLAME THEMSELVES.

    ALL OUR RIGHTS WILL BE TAKEN OVER WITHIN 15 T0 20 YEARS BY THE STEALTHY TAKE OVER OF OUR VOTING RIGHTS.

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  2. PITY THEY DID NOT STOP UMNO, DAP, PKR & PAS FROM COMING INTO SABAH & SARAWAK!

    Now we are facing the total takeover by Malayans of our 2 countries with their illegal proxy voters!.

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    1. PATI pula digalak masuk ke Sabah, malah warganegara pula ditahan. Apa yang sedang berlaku?

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  3. You can puke all you want, the state of Sabah has the right to bar anyone entering the state including politicians out to cause mischief.

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    1. THANKS GUYS FOR DEFENDING SABAH SOVEREIGNTY AND CONTROL OVER IMMIGRATION!

      WE MUST MAKE SURE WE EXPEL ALL FOREIGNERS DEEMED UNDESIRABLE ESPECIALLY THOSE FROM UMNO BN MALAYA.

      IT IS UPLIFTING TO READ YOUR COMMENTS & DISPLAY OF PATRIOTISM!

      SAVE SABAH FROM MALAYAN INVASION!

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    2. Walter, would you like a paper bag if you feel unwell, sir?

      To take home to your kids?

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  4. Nurul Izzah and her father Anwar Ibrahim have shown to be rich repository for troubles, refused to accept the verdict that they have been defeated, cooked allegation of massive frauds by BN as reasons for massive rallies that they hope would inflame the people's anger and trigger a Malaysian Spring.

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    1. Bukannya Nurul membuat jenayah atau mengancam ketenteraman di Sabah.

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  5. The cows might have been cowed but they are not all that stupid. They were led to the watering hole but refused to drink. The Malaysian Spring that Anwar wanted so much to happen, didn't happen.

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  6. Malaysians are generally peace loving people and would not want to destroy this country for the sake of one man's greed for power.

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    1. Siapakah yang tamakkan kuasa?

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  7. Sabah shouldn't take chance and let her in freely to do what her father has done in West Malaysia. She played active role in the rallies in West Malaysia and could do the same in Sabah.

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  8. Prevention is better than cure. You can curse, swear and write shits or shit yourself all you want, the power lies with the state. Her father promised to give more autonomy to Sabah, why is she complaining, the state is only exercising its autonomous right.

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    1. WE SHOULD HAVE PREVENTED UMNO & PK FROM GETTING INTO SABAH PERIOD!

      LOOK AT THE DAMAGE THEY HAVE DONE TO SABAH!

      THEY HAVE TRASHED OUR HARMONIOUS SOCIETY WITH APARTHEID RACIAL POLITICS, UMNO PSEUDO ISLAMISATION & POPULATION RE-ENGINEERING ILLEGALS & INSTANT UMNO MYKAD MALAYS, MASS POVERTY!

      WHAT A WONDER 50 YEARS IN MALAYSIA & THIS WAS THEIR PROMISED "SECURITY & PROSPERITY"!

      MALAYSIA = MALAY + 2 COLONIES!

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  9. There was nothing unlawful about the state government’s decision not to allow Parti KeADILan Rakyat (PKR) vice president Nurul Izzah Anwar to enter Sabah, on Thursday. This is because the Sabah government has the right to allow or deny a person’s entry to the state.

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    1. WE SUPPORT SABAH SOVEREIGNTY & IMMIGRATION POWERS!

      WE SHOULD ALSO BAN THE BIGGEST MALAYAN MISCHIEF MAKER NAJIB ADUL RAZAK FROM COMING IN!

      HE HAS SO MANY COUSINS IN SABAH HE HAS IMPORTED FROM OVERSEAS AND HAS TO FEED!

      HE IS SUPPORTING ILLEGALS IN SABAH IN BREACH OUR THE LAND AND SOVEREIGNTY OF OUR LAND!

      APPLY THE LAWS FAIRLY!

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    2. Memang berhak, tetapi apakah sebabnya? Harus memberi penjelasan agar rakyat juga tidak membuat andaian negatif terhadap kerajaan.

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  10. Under our laws, immigration in Sabah is the state government’s right and I believe the state’s Immigration Department has its reasons for not allowing her (Nurul) to enter Sabah. So if they prevented her from entering the state, it is the state government’s right to do so (and) there is nothing unlawful about it..

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    1. WE SUPPORT SABAH SOVEREIGNTY & IMMIGRATION POWERS!

      WE SHOULD ALSO BAN THE BIGGEST MALAYAN MISCHIEF MAKER NAJIB ADUL RAZAK FROM COMING IN!

      HE HAS SO MANY COUSINS IN SABAH HE HAS IMPORTED FROM OVERSEAS AND HAS TO FEED!

      HE IS SUPPORTING ILLEGALS IN SABAH IN BREACH OUR THE LAND AND SOVEREIGNTY OF OUR LAND!

      APPLY THE LAWS FAIRLY!

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  11. In the first place Sabahans wanted this and it was enshrined in the 20 Points Agreement. After all we are one country (but) even for federal ministers, if they come here, they have to show their IC.

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    1. Perjanjian 20 perkara harus ditepati.

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  12. There is nothing to be ashamed of. It is a practice which was implemented since 1963 as it was promised that Sabah and Sarawak have their own immigration right..

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  13. We want the rakyat to be happy; we do not want any trouble. Elections are over so accept the results but as you all know they (opposition) have not accepted it and are having demonstrations all over the country, and it is a possibility that the state government feels that she is up to something here.

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  14. She can give many reasons but you know how the opposition is, they lie a lot, they are not telling the truth, they do everything that is wrong but they get away because they project themselves as the one that is being victimized, which they are not. They are actually victimizing and blackmailing the government..

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    1. Tipu atau tidak, serahkan kepada rakyat sendiri untuk menentukannya.

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  15. The public are advised to refrained from making any wild speculations over the recent banning of Parti Keadilan Rakyat vice- president Nurul Izzah Anwar from entering Sabah.

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  16. there must be a valid reason on the decision to issue a ban for her to enter the state, and it should be evaluated for the sake of protecting the existing peace and harmony.

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  17. I believe the ban was not just motivated by politics but is based on a valid reason before implemented by the Chief Minister’s Department (CMD).

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    1. Semua ini berkait dengan politik.

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  18. the people should also view the situation from a different angle such as the opposition’s tactic to purposely create tension and denying unity, peace and harmony which has long existed in the country.

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    1. YES PEACE & HARMONY CEASED WITH UMNO BN RULE FROM 1963.

      NOW WE GOT RACIAL POLITICS & APARTHEID RULE AS PART OF THE MALAYSIA DEAL!

      LIFE WAS BETTER BEFORE 1963!

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  19. Sometimes stern action must be taken to ensure that the action will not cause an unrest and discomfort among the people, and I believe that the CMD had looked into all aspects before making the decision..

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    1. GOOD IDEA!

      SABAH IMMIGRANT MUST GIVE NAJIB A FULL BODY SEARCH (I.E. INLCUDING A RECTUM SEARCH) NEXT TIME HE TRIES FORCE HIS WAY INTO SABAH.

      THIS IS TO FIND OUT WHAT DRUGS HE IS CARRYING WHICH HAS KEPT MANY SABAHANS NUMBED IN THEIR MINDSETS!

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    2. Tindakan ini amat tidak menyenangkan. Pasti banyak anggapan negatif terhadap Kerajaan.

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  20. Menyifatkan tindakan menghalangnya memasuki Sabah sebagai “penahanan anti demokratik”, Naib Presiden PKR Nurul Izzah Anwar akan mengambil tindakan perundangan terhadap kerajaan negeri barisan nasional (BN) Sabah atas tindakan mereka di mahkamah.

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  21. Ahli Parlimen Lembah Pantai itu menegaskan, beliau tidak mempersoalkan undang-undang di negeri Borneo berkenaan, sebaliknya hanya menuntut kerajaan pimpinan Ketua Menteri Sabah, Datuk Seri Musa Aman mengemukakan sebab-sebab kukuh larangan yang dikenakan terhadapnya.

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    1. Benar, sebab dan tujuan harus dikenal pasti terlebih dahulu.

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  22. Hindraf de facto leader P.Uthayakumar said it is ironic for opposition leader Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim to label Hindraf as a racist body when he had endorsed the movement and rode on its struggle in the 2008 General Election.

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  23. Saying the opposition coalition Pakatan Rakyat had even used Hindraf’s struggle and sentiment in the 12th General Election in 2008, Uthayakumar said Anwar should define what he meant by racism when mentioning Hindraf.

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  24. Uthayakumar was commenting on the remarks made by Anwar in Blackout 505 rally at Johor Baru where Anwar reportedly said that both Perkasa and Hindraf were “extremist parties”.

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  25. Commenting further on Anwar’s remarks, Uthayakumar said that he had equated us with Perkasa. Perkasa is for Malay supremacy while ours are different. If Anwar can point out on how our struggle is for the Hindu supremacy, then we can concede to it.

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  26. Anwar also said the newly re-elected Permatang Pauh MP was only trying to deny, distract and dilute Pakatan’s failure to address issues surrounding the Hindu community in the coalition-led states.

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  27. Uthayakumar stressed that the appointment of Waythamoorthy had nothing to do with Hindraf, saying it is the latter’s personal decision to join Barisan Nasional and not many people agree to it.

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  28. Whoever is aligned to BN and no necessarily against Pakatan Raayat is deemed to be the enemy. This is irregardless of whether it is good or bad for the country. He made use of everyone for his own agenda. He planned to create the Pakatan Raayat lynchpin for himself but it turned out that this lynchpin had became the coffin nail. Anwar has lost everything. He is just only a MP and nothing else. His blue eye boy is not even in the Selangor Exco and is now fighting against him. DAP and PAS has their own little kingdoms. Even PKR splinter Khalid has his own Selangor. What does Anwar have? ZERO.

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  29. Minister Musa Aman has come out to defend the state’s Section 66 Immigration laws and the decision to bar Lembah Pantai MP Nurul Izzah Anwar from Sabah. He said contrary to what was being spread in the social media, the ban on the PKR vice-president was not politically motivated.

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  30. “Other opposition leaders have come and moved freely throughout Sabah, especially during the run-up to the elections. They (Pakatan Rakyat) spread the same old recipe of lies, deceit and slander to hoodwink the people. We didn’t stop them. Now that the elections are over, their leader (Anwar Ibrahim) refuses to accept the verdict. It is a case of sour grapes and ungentlemanly conduct. He wants to rile up the masses to rally throughout the country to show his, and I repeat, his discontent,” he said.

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  31. Musa added that the government had reason to believe that Nurul Izzah’s visit was “not as innocent” as touted by the opposition.

    “We have reason to believe that Nurul Izzah’s intentions to come to Sabah, this time around, may not be as innocent as she or her fellow opposition members make it out to be,” Musa said.

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  32. “Enough is enough. The elections are over. We need to move on. The opposition has been politicking for the last five years. Are we going to get bogged down by more politicking in the next five? There’s work to be done. The country needs to be administered, the economy needs to grow and the people’s welfare, taken care of,” he said.

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    1. Harus menumpu perhatian ke atas isu yang jauh lebih penting.

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  33. “Sabah has always been a peaceful and harmonious state and we take pride in our unity in diversity. We cannot allow the interest of Sabah to be compromised by selfish politicians from Peninsular Malaysia pursuing politics of self-glorification, “ he said adding that he was fully supportive of the decision to bar Nurul Izzah.

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  34. He said the power to restrict persons from entering Sabah is outlined in Section 66 Immigration Act.

    “In any event, legal means by way of an appeal is always available to Nurul to consider,” he said adding that the state government as not obliged to explain its actions.

    Allowing entry is a Sabah government right. However, its blatant use against political opponents has raised eyebrows.

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  35. The Immigration Department has power to determine.

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    1. If they are conform to the rules and procedure.

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  36. Kuasa ada di tangan shiapa shiapa

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  37. Tourism Minister Datuk Seri Mohamed Nazri Abdul Aziz said Lembah Pantai MP Nurul Izzah Anwar's intention to sue the State Government and the Chief Minister over her entry ban is a stupid move.

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  38. Nazri is confident the Immigration Department acted within the provision of the law with valid and specific reason for the safety of Sabahans.

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  39. THANKS GUYS FOR DEFENDING SABAH SOVEREIGNTY AND CONTROL OVER IMMIGRATION!

    WE MUST MAKE SURE WE EXPEL ALL FOREIGNERS DEEMED UNDESIRABLE ESPECIALLY THOSE FROM UMNO BN MALAYA.

    IT IS UPLIFTING TO READ YOUR COMMENTS & DISPLAY OF PATRIOTISM!

    SAVE SABAH FROM MALAYAN INVASION!

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  40. "It has been a practice that the authority over immigration laws in Sabah belongs to the Sabah Government as stated in the agreement on the formation of Malaysia between the peninsula with Sabah and Sarawak. "

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  41. Hence, they have the right to allow or refuse the entry of any individual to Sabah.

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    1. Kenapa pula bertindak terhadap warganegara yang tidak berkuasa?

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  42. He said his Ministry will make efforts to balance the importance of cultural products to attract tourists with the need to preserve cultural heritage for the survival of race identity.

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  43. THE BEST BALANCE IS TO SEND ALL ILLEGALS TO MALAYA WITH THEIR UMNO BN MASTERS AT THE SAME TIME!

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  44. the combination of the cultural sector with tourism is very suitable as this can be developed and enhanced to generate economic income for the people and State.

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    1. YAH LAH!

      MILLIONS OF FOREIGN CULTURAL EXCHANGE IN THE FORM OF ILLEGAL TOURISTS IMPORTED INTO SABAH & SARAWAK BY UMNO!

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  45. Nazri also advised all parties to preserve indigenous arts and cultures to promote different products for tourists who visit Malaysia.

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    1. Marilah bersama membangunkan industri pelancongan di Sabah.

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  46. the creative industry including art and culture contributed 1.27 per cent or RM9.4 billion to the national Gross Domestic Product (GDP) in 2008 and 45,000 jobs were created.

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    1. Ohhh! Is that why we get the artistic Sulu invasion sandiwaras to show how UMNO BN failed so spectacularly with Sabah security and the mass invasion of new cultures with illegals to keep UMNO in power?

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  47. Nazri said the industry's contribution rose to 5.8 per cent to the national GDP involving 100,000 job opportunities.

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    1. YES IMPORTED LABOUR FROM MALAYA (WHO STUFFED UP THE CIVIL SERVICE) & CHEAP ILLEGALS LABORERS WHO GRAB THE JOBS.

      5.8% INCREASE GDP WENT INTO UMNO CRONIES' POCKETS....

      GOOD FIGURES hmmmm

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    2. Semoga perkembangan ekonomi memberi lebih banyak peluang pekerjaan khas belia yang baru masuk ke masyarakat.

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  48. “There is no reason why PKR can’t organise its own polls "

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    1. WHAT NOT BROTHER?

      UMNO BN HAS EXCELLED IN ORGANIZING ITS POLLS SUCCESS FOR 50 YEARS!

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    2. Everything happens for a reason.

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    3. BEING TO MAINTAIN MALAYA'S COLONIAL GRIP ON SABAH & SARAWAK!

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  49. : The government’s decision to shift its purview over the Election Commission (EC) to a special committee comprising members of parliament from both sides of the divide is to ensure that the regulatory agency’s credibility will no longer be questioned, said Second Finance Minister Datuk Seri Ahmad Husni Hanadzlah

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  50. the government felt it needed to duly effect this even though the 13th general election had just concluded in order to move on unhindered, towards progress

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  51. “There were various perceptions on the credibility of the EC during the last general election which had influenced the minds of the people despite the commission’s enhancement efforts,”

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  52. The Yang di-Pertuan Agong Tuanku Abdul Halim Mu’adzam Shah wants all quarters, regardless of race and belief, to support efforts by Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak to restore national understanding.

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    1. B.U.L.L.S.H.I.T!

      Najib wants national conciliation by calling doing the opposite in calling the anti-UMNO vote as "Chinese Tsunami" to cover up that Malays are voting by walking away from UMNO.

      A vote for UMNO is a vote for a double burden of apartheid and Malayan colonisation of Sabah and Sarawak.

      Go back to Malaya and take your illegals with you. They can help to keep UMNO in power in Malaya!

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  53. Restoring national understanding should be made a national agenda of priority by all quarters

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  54. Whether Malaysia continues to succeed and achieve the status of a high income developed country or a failed country, will depend on the understanding among us.

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    1. HOW DO YOU EXPLAIN SABAH SARAWAK'S 50 YEARS OF POVERTY IN MALAYSIA?

      2 richest countries in the region end up as the poorest Malayan colonies?

      And invaded by millions of UMNO assisted illegal invasion of these 2 countries?

      Where is the promised "security & prosperity" and equal partnership in Malaysia?

      Malaysia = Malaya + s colonies?

      Please explain?

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    2. Unsur yang mengancam ketenteraman dan ketegangan antara kaum harus dielakkan.

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  55. “If there are differences of opinions or dissatisfaction, use the existing court mechanism as provided in the Federal Constitution and the country’s laws,”

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  56. ASIDE FROM ALL THE GIBBERISH WE SHOULD CONSIDER DETAINING DR. SIN aka DR. MAHATHIR NEXT TIME HE PRESENTS HIS PASSPORT AT OUR DOORS.

    HE SHOULD BE CHARGED WITH CONSPIRACY TO FLAGRANTLY BREAK SABAH IMMIGRATION LAWS BY HIS HIRING THE ABU SAYAFF GANG TO SMUGGLED IN I MILLION INSTANT MAMAK STYLE MALAYS AS INSTANT VOTERS.

    HE SHOULD BE INTERROGATED AS TO WHERE HE STASHED THE $70 MILLION OF THE $100 MILLION GIVEN BY LIBYA TO PAY ABU SAYAFF.

    FURTHER HE MUST BE ASKED DID ABU SAYAFF GET PAID BY RIGGING UP A KIDNAP OF TOURISTS AND THE MONEY WAS HANDED OVER A S RANSOM?

    EVEN MUSA WANTS TO APPLY THE IMMIGRATION LAW FAIRLY!

    SO DR. SIN BE WARNED THIS CAN HAPPEN TO YOU.

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    1. P.S. He should be charged with conspiring to support and commit terrorism on the Philippines by giving safe haven and training to Filipino terrorists in Sabah.

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    2. AND p.s give him a full body search like the one for Najib in case he is carry banned items like drugs to keep Sabahans mentally colonised.

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  57. Tourism Minister Datuk Seri Mohamed Nazri Abdul Aziz said Lembah Pantai MP Nurul Izzah Anwar's intention to sue the State Government and the Chief Minister over her entry ban is a stupid move.

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  58. "But it is not surprising because she is not a legal expert and a young elected people's representative who is lacking experience as well as a novice in politics," he said, when met after visiting the National Culture and Arts Department (JKKN) Sabah here.

    Nazri is on a five-day working visit to Sabah to attend the State-level Harvest Festival held at the KDCA hall here on May 31.

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  59. Nazri is confident the Immigration Department acted within the provision of the law with valid and specific reason for the safety of Sabahans.

    "It has been a practice that the authority over immigration laws in Sabah belongs to the Sabah Government as stated in the agreement on the formation of Malaysia between the peninsula with Sabah and Sarawak.

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  60. "Hence, they have the right to allow or refuse the entry of any individual to Sabah," he said, adding the barring of Nurul from entering Sabah to celebrate Harvest Festival would not affect the State's tourism industry.

    Nurul was stopped upon her arrival at Terminal Two of the Kota Kinabalu International Airport (KKIA) near here at 6.45pm on May 30. It was reported that she flew in on the invitation of Penampang MP Darrel Leiking to celebrate Harvest Festival here.

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  61. Nazri believed the Sabah Government has security reasons to prevent the entry of individuals to the State so as to safeguard the interest of the people and State's stability.

    "Such refusal of entry to Sabah is not a first and I believe such decision was done to look after the safety and security of the Sabah people.

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  62. "While we are celebrating Harvest Festival, we want the people of Sabah to rejoice in this annual celebration, peacefullyÉwe do not want any trouble because the General Election is over and we must accept the result. But unfortunately the opposition does not accept it and has staged demonstrations all over the country," he said.

    Earlier, he said his Ministry will make efforts to balance the importance of cultural products to attract tourists with the need to preserve cultural heritage for the survival of race identity.

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    1. DID HE EXPECT A HARVEST UPRISING AGAINST MALAYAN COLONIAL OCCUPATION?

      KADAZANDUSUNS ARE NOT TOURIST OBJECTS!

      WHAT ROTTEN CULTURE ARE YOU SMUGGLING IN FROM MALAYA?

      FCUKOFF! BACK TO MALAYA!

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    2. AND TAKE YOUR ILLEGALS WITH YOU!

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  63. He said the combination of the cultural sector with tourism is very suitable as this can be developed and enhanced to generate economic income for the people and State.

    Nazri also advised all parties to preserve indigenous arts and cultures to promote different products for tourists who visit Malaysia.

    "Do not dilute our cultures with foreign elements so as to ensure the tourists experience true and unique Malaysian cultures," he said.

    He stated the creative industry including art and culture contributed 1.27 per cent or RM9.4 billion to the national Gross Domestic Product (GDP) in 2008 and 45,000 jobs were created.

    In 2010, Nazri said the industry's contribution rose to 5.8 per cent to the national GDP involving 100,000 job opportunities.

    Also present were State Tourism, Environment and Culture Assistant Minister Datuk Kamarlin Ombi and JKKN Director-General Datuk Norliza Rofli.

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  64. THE 2+ MILLION ILLEGALS ARE A LEGACY OF DR. SIN aka DR.MAHATHIR'S RICH CULTURAL CONTRIBUTION TO SABAH FOR POSTERITY.

    NAZRI made this absolutely accurate comment: ""Do not dilute our cultures with foreign elements so as to ensure the tourists experience true and unique Malaysian cultures," he said."

    Send all illegals and Malayans back to Malaya. That would surely restore the balance in Sabah!

    CM Musa has defended Sabah's sovereign right to control its immigration.

    Musa must now instruct his Attorney General to seek a warrant of arrest and extradition papers to be served on the foreign cultured Malayan government to arrest and deport Dr.Sin to Sabah to be tried for his crime of conspiring to swamp Sabah with foreign culture and upsetting the harmonious balanced society was before Malaya invaded Sabah.

    We are waiting....Musa prove your words with action!

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  65. A letter from the Sabah Chief Minister’s Office to the state Immigration Department has confirmed that apart from Nurul Izzah Anwar, her father Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim, Lim Kit Siang, Datuk Ambiga Sreenevasan and Rafizi Ramli are also on a blacklist barring them from entering the east Malaysian state.

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  66. The May 21 letter, which sports the letterhead from Datuk Musa Aman’s office, also says the list was given the Sabah Cabinet’s stamp of approval following its first meeting last month on May 15 — 10 days after the 13th general election.

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  67. “The Cabinet has agreed that the Chief Minister invoke his absolute powers under the Immigration Act and, in accordance with certification from the Sabah Royal Malaysian Police Special Branch chief, not to land these individuals to Sabah,” the letter said, before it listed out the names of the five politicians and the Bersih 2.0 co-chairman.

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  68. According to Sabah DAP chief Jimmy Wong, a reliable source from the Immigration Department had leaked a copy of the first page of the document to him.

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  69. From the single page, the duration of the blacklist or its reason was not stated.

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  70. Last Thursday, Nurul Izzah was barred from entering Sabah upon arriving in Kota Kinabalu to celebrate Pesta Kaamatan, or the Harvest Festival, in her personal capacity.

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  71. Explaining the ban on Saturday, Musa was reported as saying that those who pose a threat to the Sabah ideals of peace and harmony will not be welcomed to the state.

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  72. He added that state never restricted other opposition leaders before the polls, but believed Nurul Izzah had a different intention this time.

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  73. “Now that the elections are over, their leader refuses to accept the verdict. It is a case of sour grapes and ungentlemanly conduct. He wants to rile up the masses to rally throughout the country to show his, and I repeat, his discontent,” he said.

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  74. “We have reason to believe that Nurul Izzah’s intentions to come to Sabah, this time around, may not be as innocent as she or her fellow opposition members make it out to be,” he added.

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  75. Chief Minister Datuk Musa Aman tries to explain that it is not politically motivated.

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  76. “The people didn’t have to wait three days for the chief minister to explain what it is,” Wong said.

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  77. Yesterday, Nurul Izzah accused Musa of fabrication when he accused her of trying to incite hatred and mistrust among the people against the Barisan Nasional (BN) government.

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  78. “Clearly the allegations are fabrications, whatever he’s trying to paint against me,” Nurul Izzah told reporters during a thanksgiving open house here.

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  79. PR leaders have been protesting the results of the May 5 general election.

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  80. Claiming the ruling BN had emerged victors due to massive vote-rigging and other forms of electoral fraud.

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  81. Blasting it as undemocratic, PKR vice-president Nurul Izzah Anwar said today she will challenge the Barisan Nasional (BN) state government’s ban on her entry into Sabah in court.

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  82. The state constitution allows the chief minister to bar anyone from entering the state, it must do so with a valid justification

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  83. Nurul Izzah also claimed that more opposition leaders, including his father, PKR de facto leader Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim, and other activists have also been listed in the banning order which she claimed came from the Chief Minister Datuk Seri Musa Aman’s office.

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  84. “I am currently discussing with YB Darrell Leiking, the MP for Penampang, and other friends in Sabah’s legal fraternity to consider taking legal action against the chief minister that will be filed in Kota Kinabalu soon.”

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  85. We stopped Nurul Izzah for Sabah's peace and security, says Musa Aman

    KOTA KINABALU: The Sabah government banned PKR vice-president Nurul Izzah Anwar from entering the state on Thursday as her presence could affect the peace and security in the state.

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    1. Having Nurul not barred may pose a security threat to the state. Musa was only doing his job as the cm.

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  86. Chief Minister Datuk Seri Musa Aman said in a statement issued late Saturday that the government has had no problems with opposition figures entering the state as evident in the run-up to the recent general election.

    He said Sabah also welcomed those who "respect a civil society, whereby there is law and order to uphold the prevailing peace and harmony."

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  87. "However if we have reason to believe that your presence here will pose a threat to these ideals that Sabah has enjoyed all these while, you are not welcomed here," the statement said.

    "We have reason to believe that Nurul Izzah's intentions to come to Sabah this time round may not be as innocent as she or her fellow opposition members make it out to be," Musa said.

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    1. Nurul is not as innocent as she seem. So as the rest of the opposition members.

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  88. Nurul Izzah was barred from entering Sabah upon her arrival at the Kota Kinabalu International Airport on Thursday.

    PKR deputy secretary general Darrel Leiking who had been waiting for Nurul Izzah at the airport had said her one day trip was to among others attend the state level Kaamatan or Harvest Festival at the Hongkod Koisaan.

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  89. Musa said Sabah's doors were always open to those who wanted to see and embrace its ethnic and cultural diversities as well as participate in the state's festivities.

    He said contrary to what was being spread in the social media, the ban on Nurul Izzah was not politically-motivated.

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  90. "Other opposition leaders have come and moved freely throughout Sabah especially in the run-up to the elections. They spread the same old recipe of lies, deceit and slander to hoodwink the people. We didn't stop them," he said.

    "Now that the elections are over, their leader refuses to accept the verdict. It is a case of sour grapes and ungentlemanly conduct. He wants to rile up the masses to rally throughout the country to show his discontent," he said.

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  91. Musa said Sabah and its people do not need the endless propaganda by the opposition to incite hatred and mistrust among the people against the Barisan Nasional government.

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  92. "Enough is enough. We need to move on. The opposition has been politicking for the last 5 years. Are we going to be bogged down by more politicking in the next five?

    "There's work to be done. The country needs to be administrated, the economy needs to grow and the people's welfare taken care of," he said.

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  93. Nurul Izzah’s ban on entering Sabah not permanent, says state secretary

    KOTA KINABALU: The ban on the entry of PKR vice president Nurul Izzah Anwar to Sabah is not a permanent ban and was only a one off, said state secretary Tan Sri Sukarti Wakiman.

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  94. “The ban on Nurul Izzah was only for one occasion, which was on the eve of the closing ceremony of the state level Kaamatan celebrations (May 30), he said on Monday.

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  95. He said the decision to bar her from entering Sabah was done for security reason based on reports received by the state from security officials.

    “There is no permanent ban on her or any other Opposition leaders coming into Sabah as long as they do not pose a security threat,'' he said.

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    1. Such security threat may be the opposition leaders brainwashing the people into going against the government. .

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  96. Sukarti's statement comes in light of claims by Sabah DAP chairman Jimmy Wong over a May 21 official state letter ordering state Immigration Department to bar the entry of Opposition leaders Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim, Lim Kit Siang, Rafizi Ramli and Bersih chairperson Datuk Seri Ambiga Sreenevasan.

    Nurul Izzah was also in the list of five people in the purported letter that states that the decision to bar the entry of the five comes following a state Cabinet decision on May 15.

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  97. Sukarti said that in fact, Lim Kit Siang (who visited Sabah on May 22 for a party function) was allowed into the State less than two-weeks ago.

    Earlier, Wong asked the Chief Minister Datuk Musa Aman to clarify the status of the letter to the Immigration Department and wanted an explanation for the rationale to ban Opposition leaders to the state.

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  98. Nurul Izzah, who arrived to attend Kaamatan celebrations, was barred from entering Sabah on May 30 and put on the next flight back to Kuala Lumpur.

    Musa had said that the ban of Nurul was not politically motivated but was aimed at preserving the peace and harmony in the state when explaining that they had reasons to believe that her reasons to visit Sabah had other motives.

    Under the Immigration Act, Sabah Chief Minister can bar or declare non Sabahans person non-grata to stop their entry into the state.

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    1. Musa has the every rights to ban Nurul from entering sabah for the sake of preserving the peace and harmony in the state.

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  99. ALL AGREE THAT 20 POINTS AGREEMENT PRESERVES SABAH RIGHT OVER TERRITORIAL SOVEREIGNTY.

    What has been said in this page so far confirms one thing.

    All commentators agree that Sabah has the right control immigration into Sabah and its borders.

    This right is emebedded in the 20 Points Agreement which is Sabah's Charter of independence. The same goes for Sarawak with its 18 Points Agreement. Both signed by Malaya as conditions for formation of Malaysia.

    The right to control our borders is one important signposts of our 2 countries territorial sovereignty and integrity.

    Malaya accepts and applies this law if only by its abuse in using it against its political opponents.

    Sabahans must be vigilant and defend this law as proof of its sovereignty!

    Hidup Sabah!

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  100. penjelasan sudah diberikan oleh pemimpin Sabah berhubung dengan isu ini.

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  101. apa pun penjelasan yang diberikan pasti tidak diterima oleh pembangkang. malah mereka akan terus mainkan isu ini.

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    1. No point for Musa to provide any reason because the opposition would surely (as always) twist his excuse and make this issue even worse.

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  102. rakyat harus bijak menilai dan jangan dengar dari hanya satu pihak saja.

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    1. People should not be one sided only. They must listen to both side of the story.

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  103. pihak pembangkang juga haruslah menerima kekalahan mereka dengan hati yang terbuka dan terus bersedia untuk bersaing pada pru14 kelak.

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    1. Opposition lose because the people think opposition don't deserve to win and be the next government.

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    2. The opposition are glad that Nurul was banned into entering Sabah and I am pretty sure even Nurul is happy being ban. Because of this matter, she manage to gain more attention from the people.

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  104. isu ini harus dihentikan,,,masih banyak isu lain yang lebih penting.

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    1. Musa should clarify his reason to his action in calling for a ban made onto Nurul.

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  105. Because of Musa banning her entree into Sabah, Nurul became hero.

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  106. ALL AGREE THAT 20 POINTS AGREEMENT PRESERVES SABAH RIGHT OVER TERRITORIAL SOVEREIGNTY.

    What has been said in this page so far confirms one thing.

    All commentators agree that Sabah has the right control immigration into Sabah and its borders.

    This right is emebedded in the 20 Points Agreement which is Sabah's Charter of independence. The same goes for Sarawak with its 18 Points Agreement. Both signed by Malaya as conditions for formation of Malaysia.

    The right to control our borders is one important signposts of our 2 countries territorial sovereignty and integrity.

    Malaya accepts and applies this law if only by its abuse in using it against its political opponents.

    Sabahans must be vigilant and defend this law as proof of its sovereignty!

    Hidup Sabah!

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  107. SINGGAH SINI DULU!! INI KALI LAHHH!! Gagal Beri Pendidikan Percuma, Pakatan Pembangkang Sepatutnya Minta Maaf

    “Mereka yang sepatutnya minta maaf kerana mereka kata mereka nak bagi pendidikan percuma tapi akhirnya mereka tak bagi… Dan apabila mereka tak bagi pendidikan percuma, patutnya merekalah yang bersalah dan patut minta maaf.

    “Kita ni nak bagi peluang sekejap… Kita bekupun sekejap. Akhirnya kerajaan ambil keputusan cairkan kembali dan nampak jelas terbukti janji mereka adalah janji kosong dan mereka ini kita panggil sebagai ‘populis semberono’. Buat pengumuman-pengumuman popular tapi semberono. Tak fikir dengan detail, akhirnya mereka sendiri yang terjerat dengan janji palsu yang mereka sendiri nyatakan,” ujar Ketua Penerangan UMNO, Datuk Ahmad Maslan kepada UMNO-Online di sini.

    Beliau berkata demikian ketika diminta mengulas kenyataan Menteri Besar Selangor Tan Sri Khalid Ibrahim yang mendesak Kerajaan Pusat memohon maaf kerana bersikap ‘main-main’ terhadap isu pembekuan Tabung Pendidikan Tinggi Nasional (PTPTN) kepada Universiti Selangor (Unisel) dan Kolej Universiti Islam Antarabangsa Selangor (KUIS) .

    Tegas Ahmad Maslan, yang sepatutnya memohon maaf adalah pakatan pembangkang sendiri kerana gagal mengotakan janji mereka sendiri.

    Beliau yang juga Timbalan Menteri di Jabatan Perdana Menteri seterusnya berkata pakatan pembangkang gagal memanfaatkan peluang yang diberi oleh Kerajaan Pusat agar dapat membuktikan bahawa mereka mampu memberikan pendidikan percuma.

    “Disebabkan kegagalan mereka itulah, akhirnya pembekuan PTPTN dicairkan semula demi masa hadapan para pelajar.

    “Mereka gagal. Akhirnya kita isi kembali peluang yang diberi itu. Bukan nak aniaya pelajar yang miskin dan sebagainya. Itu perlu dijelaskan dan diberi pemahaman. Oleh sebab itu, tidak ada sebab mengapa kerajaan Pusat perlu minta maaf. Yang patut minta maaf adalah mereka sendiri,” tambahnya lagi.

    Sedar atau tidak, tegas beliau lagi penarikan pembekuan PTPTN adalah berdasarkan rasa tanggungjawab Kerajaan Pusat yang mengambil kira rayuan ibubapa pelajar yang mahu ianya ditarik balik.

    Jelasnya jika sekatan ini diteruskan, maka akan ramai pelajar dari Unisel dan KUIS terpaksa berhenti belajar kerana tidak mampu untuk menanggung kos pembelajaran di situ.

    “Ini jelas menggambarkan bahawa Kerajaan Pusat di bawah pimpinan Barisan Nasional (BN) amat prihatin terhadap masalah rakyat sekaligus membuktikan bahawa PTPTN yang didesak pembangkang untuk dimansuhkan amat diperlukan oleh para pelajar.

    “Jelas dan terbukti pakatan pembangkang tidak mampu untuk mengotakan janji memberikan pendidikan percuma dan laungan mereka selama ini hanyalah retorik menjelang pilihan raya untuk meraih undi semata-mata. Tindakan Khalid Ibrahim yang mahu mencairkan asset Unisel bagi menampung kos pembelajaran pula dilihat sebagai ‘jalan singkat’ menutup kelemahan mereka”, ujarnya.

    Tambah beliau lagi sekiranya perkara ini terjadi, maka asset dan harta kerajaan negeri Selangor akan terus hilang sebagaimana Selangor kehilangan Yayasan Selangor, Institut Kemahiran Yayasan Selangor dan Asrama Yayasan Selangor.

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  108. The Sabah Immigration Department decision preventing PKR vice-president Nurul Izzah Anwar from entering Sabah on Thursday was based on the law.

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    1. Tourism and Culture Minister Datuk Seri Mohamed Nazri Aziz said the Sabah Immigration Department had specific reasons to do so based on provisions of the law for the safety of Sabahans.

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    2. Under our law, the Sabah Immigration Department belongs to Sabah. As such, it has the right to prevent or allow anybody to enter Sabah," he said when commenting on decision preventing Nurul Izzah from entering Sabah to attend 'Pesta Kaamatan.'

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    3. Mohamed Nazri believed the decision would not affect Sabah tourism as any individual who enters the state should produce identification card as stated in the agreement between the Federation of Malaya, Sabah and Sarawak.

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    4. Mohamed Nazri said the Sabah government has good reasons to prevent any individual form entering to ensure the interest and stability of the state.

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    5. "While we all celebrate Pesta Kaamatan, we want the people to rejoice enjoy a peaceful life. We don't want any trouble as election is over and must accept the result but the opposition don't and hold demontration all over the country," he added.

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    6. Asked about Nurul Izzah's threat to sue the Sabah government and the Chief Minister, Mohamed Nazri said it was stupid and was not surprised as the Lembah Pantai Member of Pariament is not a legal expert and a novice in politics.

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  109. the state of Sabah has the right to bar anyone entering the state including politicians out to cause mischief.

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    1. Nurul Izzah and her father Anwar Ibrahim have shown to be rich repository for troubles, refused to accept the verdict that they have been defeated, cooked allegation of massive frauds by BN as reasons for massive rallies that they hope would inflame the people's anger and trigger a Malaysian Spring.

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    2. The cows might have been cowed but they are not all that stupid. They were led to the watering hole but refused to drink. The Malaysian Spring that Anwar wanted so much to happen, didn't happen.

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    3. Malaysians are generally peace loving people and would not want to destroy this country for the sake of one man's greed for power.

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    4. Sabah shouldn't take chance and let her in freely to do what her father has done in West Malaysia. She played active role in the rallies in West Malaysia and could do the same in Sabah.

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    5. Prevention is better than cure.

      You can curse, swear and write shits or shit yourself all you want, the power lies with the state.

      Her father promised to give more autonomy to Sabah, why is she complaining, the state is only exercising its autonomous right.

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    6. 66. (1) Subject to subsection (2) and to sections 67 and 68, a citizen shall not be entitled to enter an East Malaysian State without having obtained a Permit or Pass in that behalf unless—

      (a) he belongs to the East Malaysian State;

      (b) he is a member of the Federal Government, or of the Executive Council or Legislative Assembly of the East Malaysian State (or of any Council having similar functions in the State);

      (c) he is a judge of the Federal Court or of the High Court in Sabah and Sarawak, or is a person designated or nominated to act as such, or he is a member of any Commission or Council established by the Federal Constitution or by the Constitution of the East Malaysian State; or

      (d) he is a member of any of the public services of the Federation, or of the public service of the East Malaysian State, or of a joint public service serving the East Malaysian State, or is seconded to any such service.

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    7. (2) Where a citizen is entitled to enter the East Malaysian State under subsection (1), the citizen’s children under the age of eighteen years and (if he is a man) his wife, if entering the East Malaysian State with, or to be with, the citizen, shall not be required by subsection (1) to obtain a Permit or Pass in that behalf.

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    8. (3) Where a citizen is not entitled to enter an East Malaysian State under this section, Parts I to VI, in their operation as a special law for the East Malaysian State shall apply to him as if he were not a citizen:

      Provided that a citizen arriving in Malaysia in the East Malaysian State or in the other of the East Malaysian States, and proceeding to a part of Malaysia which he is entitled to enter, shall be entitled to such Pass as is reasonably required to enable him to do so.

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    9. (4) The burden of proof that a person is entitled to enter the East Malaysian State under this section shall lie on him.

      Right to enter East Malaysian State for exercise of political rights

      67. Subsection 66(1) shall not have effect in relation to a citizen entering the East Malaysian State for the sole purpose of engaging in legitimate political activity; but the burden of proof that a person is entitled to enter the East Malaysian State under this section shall lie on him.

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  110. The ban on the entry of PKR vice president Nurul Izzah Anwar to Sabah is not a permanent ban and was only a one off, said state secretary Tan Sri Sukarti Wakiman.

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    1. The ban on Nurul Izzah was only for one occasion, which was on the eve of the closing ceremony of the state level Kaamatan celebrations (May 30), he said on Monday.

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    2. He said the decision to bar her from entering Sabah was done for security reason based on reports received by the state from security officials.

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    3. "There is no permanent ban on her or any other Opposition leaders coming into Sabah as long as they do not pose a security threat,' he said.

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  111. The travel ban on PKR vice-president Nurul Izzah Anwar has been lifted, confirmed Sabah police today.

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    1. Sabah police commissioner DCP Datuk Hamza Taib did not elaborate on the reasons behind the lifting but also said that there were no other individuals declared in a Sabah state government’s persona non grata list.

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    2. As far as the police are concerned, we know that there are no other individuals banned except for Nurul. But her ban was lifted, For other leaders I think if they want to come in there is no problem as long as they follow the laws,” he added.

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    3. Meanwhile, Immigration Department director-general Datuk Alias Ahmad was unable to confirm that a purported new blacklist banning 11 opposition and civil society leaders from entering Sabah.

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  112. The public are advised to refrained from making any wild speculations over the recent banning of Parti Keadilan Rakyat vice- president Nurul Izzah Anwar from entering Sabah.


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  113. Puteri Umno chief Datuk Rosnah Abdul Rashid Shirlin in disclosing this said there must be a valid reason on the decision to issue a ban for her to enter the state, and it should be evaluated for the sake of protecting the existing peace and harmony.

    “I believe the ban was not just motivated by politics but is based on a valid reason before implemented by the Chief Minister’s Department (CMD).

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  114. “We have laws and it should be respected. Do not use it to purposely create conflicts or sensationalizing it irresponsibly,” she said when met after inspecting the landslip at Kilometre 21 near Kampung Timpoluon, along the Penampang-Tambunan route, yesterday.

    She was commenting on Nurul Izzah who was denied entry into Sabah upon arriving in Kota Kinabalu on Thursday. She had intended to attend a party event as well as celebrating Pesta Kaamatan, or the Harvest Festival, on a personal capacity.

    She was stopped by Immigration Department officers and was ordered to return home on the advice from the CMD.


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  115. Last April, PKR vice-president Chua Tian Chang was similarly barred from entering Sabah. PKR supreme council member R Sivarasa was also once denied entry.

    Rosnah said the people should also view the situation from a different angle such as the opposition’s tactic to purposely create tension and denying unity, peace and harmony which has long existed in the country.

    “Sometimes stern action must be taken to ensure that the action will not cause an unrest and discomfort among the people, and I believe that the CMD had looked into all aspects before making the decision,” she said.


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  116. When asked to comment on the call by Kinabatangan member of parliament Datuk Bung Mokhtar Radin for the CMD to issue a statement with regards to the matter to avoid confusion, Rosnah said it was up to the department to decide.

    “It is up to CMD on whether they think it is best to issue a statement over the matter or otherwise,” she said.

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  117. There was nothing unlawful about the state government’s decision not to allow Parti KeADILan Rakyat (PKR) vice president Nurul Izzah Anwar to enter Sabah, on Thursday.

    “This is because the Sabah government has the right to allow or deny a person’s entry to the state,” Tourism and Culture Minister Datuk Seri Nazri Abdul Aziz said.

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  118. “Under our laws, immigration in Sabah is the state government’s right and I believe the state’s Immigration Department has its reasons for not allowing her (Nurul) to enter Sabah. So if they prevented her from entering the state, it is the state government’s right to do so (and) there is nothing unlawful about it,” he said.

    Nazri who was met after inspecting Kompleks Jabatan Kebudayaan dan Kesenian Negara, Sabah, on Friday night said this when asked to comment on Nurul who was denied entry to Sabah on May 30.


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  119. Nazri explained: “In the first place Sabahans wanted this and it was enshrined in the 20 Points Agreement. After all we are one country (but) even for me if I come here I have to show my IC.

    “There is nothing to be ashamed of. It is a practice which was implemented since 1963 as it was promised that Sabah and Sarawak have their own immigration right,” he said and pointed out that this was not the first time an individual who asw felt might threaten the state’s security had been denied entry into Sabah.


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  120. He was of the opinion that Nurul not being allowed to enter Sabah was also because of the opposition’s reaction to the 13th general election results.

    “We want the rakyat to be happy; we do not want any trouble. Elections are over so accept the results but as you all know they (opposition) have not accepted it and are having demonstrations all over the country, and it is a possibility that the state government feels that she is up to something here.


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  121. “She can give many reasons but you know how the opposition is, they lie a lot, they are not telling the truth, they do everything that is wrong but they get away because they project themselves as the one that is being victimized, which they are not. They are actually victimizing and blackmailing the government,” he said.

    Nazri when asked if the incident would mar Malaysia’s image as a tourist destination replied: “No.”


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  122. Commenting on Nurul’s plan to take legal action against the Sabah government for barring her for entering into the state, Nazri said he asw not surprised by her response.

    He pointed out that the opposition files legal action against many things.

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  123. “They file everything, even on a free and fair election they file, so I am not surprised. Filing an action in court is something but she is not a lawyer – this is the right of the state government. This is the 20 Points that we have agreed upon in 1963.

    “She is a young girl- inexperienced, she doesn’t know anything; she doesn’t know the law and good luck to her,” he said.

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    1. MALAYSIA UNDER A DARK CLOUD

      - Lord Cobbold, Cobbold Commission

      "Looking back on the day when the Federation of Malaysia was formally proclaimed on Sept 16, 1963 the people of North Borneo and Sarawak leaving Brunei to continue to remain a British ‘Protectorate’ may have mixed feelings of their independence with the merger. Added questions may linger as to why Singapore on Aug 9, 1965 left the Federation to be an independent state. The proclamation by the then Prime Minister of Malaysia however may or may not over rule all such sentiments as they continue to battle their own future within the concept of the Federation of Malaysia."

      If Singapore can leave Malaysia why cannot Sabah and Sarawak???

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  125. Kerajaan Sabah melarang Naib Presiden PKR, Nurul Izzah Anwar daripada memasuki negeri itu pada Khamis itu kerana kehadiran beliau boleh menjejaskan keselamatan dan keamanan di negeri itu. Ketua Menteri Sabah, Datuk Seri Musa Aman dalam satu kenyataan pada Sabtu berkata, kerajaan negeri tidak mempunyai masalah dengan tokoh pembangkang untuk memasuki negeri ini seperti yang terbukti menjelang pilihan raya umum baru-baru ini. Beliau berkata, Sabah turut mengalu-alukan mereka yang “menghormati masyarakat awam, di mana ada undang-undang dan perintah untuk menegakkan keamanan dan keharmonian.” “Bagaimanapun, jika kita mempunyai sebab untuk mempercayai bahawa kehadiran anda di sini akan menimbulkan ancaman kepada apa yang dinikmati oleh Sabah selama ini, anda tidak dialu-alukan di sini,” katanya dalam kenyataan itu.

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  126. “Kami mempunyai sebab untuk mempercayai bahawa niat Nurul Izzah untuk datang ke Sabah kali ini mungkin tidak seperti tidak bermaksud apa-apa kerana beliau atau rakan-rakan pembangkangnnya akan menjadikan sebegitu,” kata Musa. Nurul Izzah dihalang memasuki Sabah sebaik sahaja tiba di Lapangan Terbang Antarabangsa Kota Kinabalu pada Khamis. Musa berkata, pintu Sabah sentiasa terbuka kepada mereka yang mahu melihat dan menerima kepelbagaian etnik dan budaya serta mengambil bahagian dalam perayaan di negeri ini. Beliau berkata, bertentangan dengan apa yang disebarkan di media sosial, larangan ke atas Nurul Izzah tidak bermotifkan politik.

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  127. "Pemimpin-pemimpin pembangkang lain telah datang dan bergerak bebas di seluruh Sabah terutama menjelang pilihan raya. Mereka menyebarkan resipi lama yang sama dengan pembohongan, penipuan dan fitnah untuk menipu rakyat. Kami tidak menghalang mereka," katanya."Sekarang pilihan raya sudah berakhir, pemimpin mereka yang enggan menerima keputusan itu. Ia adalah kes tidak gentleman. Dia mahu menggusarkan orang ramai untuk perhimpunan di seluruh negara bagi menunjukkan rasa tidak puas hati," katanya. Musa berkata, Sabah dan rakyatnya tidak memerlukan propaganda yang tidak berkesudahan oleh pembangkang bagi menghasut kebencian dan ketidakpercayaan di kalangan rakyat terhadap kerajaan Barisan Nasional.

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  128. "Cukup cukuplah. Kita perlu ke hadapan. Pembangkang telah berpolitik untuk 5 tahun yang lepas. Kita tak akan ke mana-mana dengan lebih banyak politiking dalam lima akan datang. "Ada tugas yang perlu dilakukan. Negara ini perlu ditadbir, ekonomi perlu berkembang dan kebajikan rakyat harus dijaga," katanya. Rakyat Sabah perlu memilih mengekalkan keamanan negeri ini dan menolak sebarang usaha memecah-belahkan perpaduan kaum yang cuba dilakukan sesetengah pihak.

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  129. Ketua Menteri, Datuk Seri Musa Aman berkata, keharmonian yang dinikmati rakyat Sabah selama ini perlu dilindungi agar apa juga perancangan kerajaan untuk memajukan negeri ini terlaksana. "Selain itu, keamanan yang kita nikmati di Sabah dan kemakmuran yang dirangsang daripada pembangunan yang seimbang dan berkembang pesat dalam semua bidang merupakan fakta yang diakui bukan sahaja oleh rakyat tetapi juga pelancong ke negeri ini," katanya ketika berucap sempena Karnival Tahun Baharu Cina di Lintasan Deasoka, di sini malam tadi. Dalam perkembangan lain, Musa berkata, sambutan Tahun Baharu Cina merupakan simbol perpaduan kaum kerana perayaan itu turut diraikan semua kaum dan tidak hanya terbatas kepada masyarakat Cina semata-mata.

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  130. "Saya berharap karnival yang dianjurkan Dewan Bandaraya Kota Kinabalu (DBKK) dan Pejabat Mengundi Negeri Kawasan Api-Api ini akan berterusan. Apa yang bermula lapan tahun lalu telah mengukuhkan perpaduan dalam kalangan rakyat. "Saya memberi jaminan pentadbiran negeri ini akan bekerja keras dalam memastikan semua pembangunan yang dirancang dilaksanakan seperti yang dijadualkan, selaras dengan ikrar 1Malaysia," ujarnya. Musa berkata, kehadiran orang ramai untuk bersama-sama meraikan karnival Tahun Baharu Cina tahun ini merupakan bukti sokongan rakyat terhadap program-program anjuran kerajaan dan agensi kerajaan.

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  131. Katanya, karnival seperti itu bukan sahaja menjadi peluang dan ruang kepada penduduk tempatan memperolehi pendapatan tambahan melalui gerai-gerai jualan malah boleh ditakrifkan sebagai batu loncatan untuk mengukuhkan perpaduan dan persefahaman. Timbalan Ketua Perhubungan Umno Sabah Datuk Seri Salleh Said Keruak menyokong penuh keputusan kerajaan negeri meminta Pengarah Jabatan Imigresen Negeri menghalang naib presiden Parti Keadilan Rakyat (PKR) Nurul Izzah Anwar memasuki Sabah semalam. Beliau berkata kuasa menghalang seseorang daripada memasuki Sabah disebut dengan jelas oleh Seksyen 66 Akta Imigresen.

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  132. “Bagaimanapun, peruntukan undang-undang berupa rayuan, sentiasa ada bagi Nurul Izzah. Saya percaya keputusan ini bukan bersifat politik, tetapi untuk menjaga kepentingan dan kestabilan Sabah. “Sabah perlu menyekat kemasukan mana-mana ahli politik dari luar negeri ini tanpa mengira kecenderungan politik mereka, yang datang ke negeri kami dengan niat untuk menanam perasaan curiga dan benci dalam kalangan rakyat kami,” katanya dilaporkan Bernama, Jumaat. Salleh yang juga Pengerusi Pertubuhan Bajau Bersatu Sabah (USBO) dan juga Speaker Dewan Undangan Negeri Sabah menegaskan bahawa Sabah merupakan sebuah negeri yang sentiasa aman serta harmoni serta “kami berbangga dengan perpaduan dalam kepelbagaian kami”

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  133. “Kami tidak boleh membiarkan kepentingan Sabah dipermainkan oleh ahli politik tidak jujur dari Semenanjung Malaysia yang ingin memburu kemegahan politik peribadi,” katanya. Ketua Puteri UMNO Datuk Rosnah Shirlin dilaporkan Mstar turut menyokong usaha sekatan dan meminta agar keputusan itu dihormati kerana kerajaan Sabah mempunyai asas yang mencukupi untuk melaksanakannya . “Keutamaan kerajaan ialah sentiasa mengambil tindakan dan mengelakkan sebarang kejadian tidak diingini untuk memelihara keamanan dan keselamatan,” kata Rosnah, Timbalan Menteri Kerja Raya selepas melawat kawasan tanah runtuh di Moyog di Penampang, Sabtu.

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  134. Sebelum ini, Jabatan Imigresen Sabah mengesahkan bahawa larangan terhadap Nurul Izzah daripada memasuki Sabah adalah mengikut lunas undang-undang. Pengarahnya, Noor Alam Khan A. Wahid Khan berkata, larangan itu tertakluk kepada bidang kuasa kerajaan negeri dan pihaknya hanya mematuhi arahan yang dikeluarkan dari Pejabat Ketua Menteri. “Beliau (Nurul Izzah) ditolak masuk (not to land) mengikut Seksyen 65 (1)(a) Akta Imigresen 1959/1963 atas arahan pihak Kerajaan Negeri Sabah,” katanya kepada Utusan Malaysia.

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  135. Nurul Izzah dilaporkan datang ke Sabah atas jemputan Timbalan Setiausaha Agung PKR, Darell Leiking. Darell Leiking adalah individu yang ditugaskan bersama-sama Naib Presiden PKR, Tian Chua dan aktivis SUARAM, Sivarasa Rasiah ke Manila pada 7 Februari, dua hari sebelum serangan pengganas Kiram ke Lahad Datu Sabah. Sivarasa Rasiah, Ahli Parlimen Subang dalam responsnya kepada Mstar mendakwa sekatan terhadap Nurul Izzah itu bermotif politik.

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