After 57 years

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After 57 years of Merdeka, moving towards 51 years formation of Malaysia. Seems we are still conquer under tyrant regime n never have the freedom promised.

Over the past month, the repressive, colonial and undemocratic Sedition Act of 1948 has been indiscriminately used in a new wave of political repression and terror whose targets have included elected representatives and lawyers who have a public duty to speak on matters of public interest.

We are also extremely concerned with the selective prosecution under the Sedition Act by the Attorney General who is clearly targeting those who are critical of the government.

Those who have been charged are:
1.​David Orok​​​​, Member, Sabah Reform Party
2.​Azmi Sharom​​​​, Law professor, University of Malaya
3.​N Surendran​​​​, Lawyer, Padang Serai MP
4.​Khalid Samad​​​​, Shah Alam MP
5. ​RSN Rayner ,​​​​ Lawyer, Seri Delima ADUN
6.​Abdullah Zaik Abdul Rahman, President, Ikatan Muslimin Malaysia
7.​Teresa Kok​​​​, Seputeh MP
8. ​Chua Tian Chang​​​, Batu MP
9. ​Hishamuddin Rais​​​, Social Activist
10. ​Adam Adli​​​​, Student Activist
11. ​Safwan Anang​​​​, Student Activist
12. ​Haris Ibrahim​​​​, Lawyer/ Social Activist
13. ​Tamrin Tun Abdul Ghafar​​, Political Activist
14.​Md Shuhaimi Shafie ​​​, Sri Muda ADUN

Numerous others are being investigated including:-

1. ​Viktor Wong​​​​, Activist, Parti Rakyat Malaysia
2.​Susan loone, ​​​​Journalist, Malaysiakini
3.​Hassan Karim​​​​, Lawyer/ PKR Johor Vice Chairman
4.​Rafizi Ramli, ​​​​Pandan MP
5.​Ali bin Jalil​​​​, Member of public
6.​17-year-old schoolboy​​(unnamed)
7.​Mohammad Nizar Jamaluddin , Changkat Jering ADUN

The Sedition Act is a piece of repressive legislation made by the British colonial government to suppress freedom of expression and opinion of our forefathers who fought for the independence of our country. This legislation has to go if we want to be a truly independent nation.

The Sedition Act is too broadly defined and is easily open to abuse by the government. It can and is being used to criminalise almost any kind of democratic speech including legitimate criticisms against the government, its leaders or the ruling political parties. Under the Sedition Act, almost anything said or published that is remotely contentious can be deemed seditious.

The Sedition Act is clearly being misused to protect the government and its interests, clampdown on the opposition and dissidents, make certain issues off limits, stifle civil liberties and create a climate of fear reminiscent of the worst days under the iron fisted Mahathir regime.

The Sedition Act is being used as a new type of ISA, to stifle and repress the opposition, civil society and the public.

At this critical hour, when our human rights are being trampled upon with impunity, we, the undersigned endorse the formation of Gerakan Hapus Akta Hasutan (GHAH).

The objective of GHAH is to carry out a national campaign to bring to an end the ever present threat of freedom of expression and opinion by the Sedition Act that hangs over every Malaysian.

Our demands are:
– REPEAL THE SEDITION ACT 1948
– DROP ALL EXISTING CHARGES AND RELEASE ALL THOSE INCARCERATED UNDER THE SEDITION ACT
– NO REPLACEMENT ACT WTH SIMILAR DRACONIAN PROVISIONS

GHAH was officially launched on 15 September 2014 and will be going nationwide to urgently push for the fulfillment of the above demands.

30年

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一眨眼,30年就過去了,走過了青澀的學習歲月,挑戰了充滿活力的青壯年代,現正迎接睿智的中年生活。

人生有幾個30年呀?感恩我有一個豐富、激情、快樂和意義非凡的上半生,祈望一個活得更有意思、敬重、富足和觸動人心的下半生。

Old buddy, old pal, old friend of mine (1)

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(1) 跟畢業後就很少見面的中學老同學吃飯敘舊,談起當年的趣聞、花名、糗事。。。最有趣的是大夥拿出手機掃屏,看30多年前的老照片,比較當年的身材樣子,看還能認出多少位老同學和誰誰誰的名字。
雖然我們不常見面,可是大家都沒有隔膜,永遠有聊不完的話題,還有全場獨有的太平福建話(我的福建話早就生鏽到可當Calcium喝了,Han Keat的冷笑話),場面融洽溫馨。
嗯,我開始期待816跟華聯84年中五的同學聚會了。

(2) 當年(1989)我們幾位系友成了室友,大夥有空就聚在一起說三道四,還常常做一些傻事(包括拍了一系列很搞笑的照片,這張攝於在太平山),不讓青春留白。
1/4世紀過了,我們這班Blur Blur的大學同學還常“八”在一起(好友月妹已離我們而去,哭)。雖然我們分隔南北,可是我們總不錯過任何可以見面的機會,友誼長存。
嗯,我們得開始策劃年尾的假期。

(3)這些年來,我們這班舊雨新知(照片缺了大半的人)常聚會,慶祝生日、佳節團圓、懷舊嚐新、示威旅遊,大夥天南地北,無所不談,是我生活圈子裡互動最多的一群戰友。
大夥都有個共同的理想,就是推倒這個爛政府,建立一個公平正義的社會。嗯,革命尚未成功,同志仍須努力。

A Mad Mad Mad MB

“他失心瘋了”。“老天要毀滅一個人之前,一定會先讓他瘋狂。” 這是我們這幾天對TSKI的看法。

他昨天最瘋狂的動作是開除了5位DAP和PKR行政議員(還有一位PKR!!

為保政權拉皇室出來~讓皇室復辟讓民主大倒退。然後,他竟然與巫統回教黨組成聯合政府,這違背了雪蘭莪選民的意願。505雪蘭莪人民選了民聯為政府,他竟然把我們當初遺棄的巫統拉進來。

開除了5位DAP和PKR行政議員後,聽說他接下來打算要開除DAP和PKR的市議員。他甚至口出狂言說 ‘無需証明我獲多數支持’。好像雪蘭莪是他的,隨心所欲。

這些傷害有多大?我想王維興的解說最透徹

如果一個好人可以左右大局,巫統早就被推翻了。
王室進場卻不是解套,而是制造僵局,說明巫統在你認定卡立是好人之前已經進場、部署、行動。
這不是一個好人做得到的精密部署、算計、配合,與快速行動。
這是霹靂奪權大計2.0,由一名好人擔當主角。
政客演不好的角色,好人發揮到淋漓盡致。
這一次,不只要奪回雪州,刷掉安華,還要在國會通過選區重劃,確保巫統繼續執政50年。
最要命的是,這一次也刷掉人民對於改變的熱情。
下一個308,要等30年后。下一個505,要等50年后。
好戲是昨天才開始。好戲還在后頭。

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source  http://www.malaysiakini.com/news/271423
source http://www.malaysiakini.com/news/271423

Drama politik yang terungkai di Selangor belum pernah berlaku dalam sejarah negara dalam konteks wakil bebas dan tanpa parti menjadi ketua eksekutif negeri.

Perkembangan berlaku dengan pantas dan tegang dalam krisis menteri besar Selangor apabila Pakatan Rakyat nampaknya hilang cengkaman ke atas negeri paling kaya di Malaysia.

Hari yang berlalu menyaksikan perang mulut dan ‘serangan balas’ daripada Tan Sri Abdul Khalid Ibrahim dan pengkritik daripada bekas sekutunya, PKR dan DAP.

Enam anggota Exco daripada kedua-dua parti yang enggan meninggalkan pentadbirannya walaupun menyokong pemecatan beliau sebagai menteri besar menyatakan mereka tidak akan berjumpa dengan Abdul Khalid kecuali pada mesyuarat mingguan Majlis Mesyuarat Kerajaan Negeri.

Tetapi Abdul Khalid membuat kejutan sejurus sebelum pukul 7 malam dengan menyatakan beliau mendapat perkenan Sultan Selangor untuk memecat enam anggota Exco kerajaan negeri yang tidak menyokong pentadbirannya.

Berikutan perkembangan ini, penganalisis politik percaya bahawa Pakatan Rakyat, sebagai gabungan tiga parti yang rapuh, telah kehilangan kuasa untuk mentadbir Selangor oleh kerana Exco DAP dan PKR kemungkinan dipecat daripada pentadbiran Abdul Khalid.

Ketiadaan Exco PKR dan DAP bermakna bahawa hanya empat anggota Exco daripada PAS berada dalam pentadbiran kerajaan negeri – jumlah minimum anggota Exco yang diperlukan untuk mentadbir kerajaan negeri mengikut Undang-undang Tubuh Kerajaan Negeri.

Keadaan nampaknya seperti biasa semalam apabila Abdul Khalid tiba untuk bertugas di Bangunan Sekretariat Selangor pukul 9.30 pagi tetapi perkembangan tegang kelmarin yang menyaksikan Abdul Khalid mendapat perkenan Sultan Selangor untuk terus memegang jawatan menteri besar selepas dipecat daripada parti, berulang semalam.

Beliau sepatutnya mengisi waktu dengan menemui kesemua 10 anggota Exco untuk mengetahui sama ada mereka akan terus kekal dalam pentadbiran beliau atau sebaliknya.

Abdul Khalid tidak menghadapi masalah dengan keempat-empat Exco daripada PAS yang menyatakan mereka akan mematuhi arahan parti untuk kekal dalam pentadbiran negeri.

Menteri Besar boleh menarik nafas lega apabila BN yang mempunyai 12 wakil rakyat dalam Dewan Undangan Negeri, menyuarakan sokongan tanpa syarat kepada Abdul Khalid yang juga anggota dewan undangan negeri Pelabuhan Klang dan Anggota Parlimen Bandar Tun Razak.

Sementara itu, Setiausaha Sulit kepada Sultan Selangor Datuk Mohamad Munir Bani, berkata dalam satu kenyataan bahawa Sultan Selangor berpendapat pemecatan Abdul Khalid daripada parti merupakan isu dalaman parti dan tidak menjejaskan kedudukan beliau sebagai Anggota Dewan Negeri Selangor dan Menteri Besar Selangor.

Beliau juga berkata baginda tidak berkenan menerima menghadap Presiden PKR Datuk Seri Dr Wan Azizah Wan Ismail atas alasan Abdul Khalid telahpun menghadap baginda untuk menjelaskan tentang kedudukan beliau sebagai menteri besar Selangor.

Krisis perebutan kerusi menteri besar Selangor tercetus dengan ‘Langkah Kajang’ yang dimulakan Pengarah Strategi PKR Rafizi Ramli dalam pilihan raya kecil (PRK) Dewan Undangan Negeri (DUN) Kajang Mac lepas, bertujuan menjadikan Ketua Umum parti itu, Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim sebagai menteri besar Selangor yang baru.

Berikut adalah kronologi krisis menteri besar Selangor

27 JANUARI: Wakil rakyat PKR Lee Chin Cheh meletak jawatan sebagai ADUN kawasan Kajang bagi memberi laluan kepada Anwar bertanding pada PRK kawasan itu. Bagaimanapun, hasrat Anwar terbantut setelah gagal menjadi calon kerusi DUN Kajang selepas mahkamah mendapati beliau bersalah atas tuduhan liwat terhadapnya, lalu isterinya yang juga Presiden PKR, Datuk Seri Dr Wan Azizah Wan Ismail dipertaruhkan untuk kerusi itu.

26 FEBRUARI: Abdul Khalid, mewakili Kerajaan Selangor menandatangani Memorandum Persefahaman (MoU) dengan Kerajaan Persekutuan untuk penstrukturan semula industri air di negeri itu yang tertangguh sejak 2008. Tindakan itu mengecewakan pimpinan PKR yang mendakwa Abdul Khalid tidak membincangkan mengenai perkara tersebut dengan mereka.

26 JUN: Abdul Khalid gagal mempertahankan jawatan Ketua Cabang PKR Kuala Selangor dalam pemilihan parti apabila tewas kepada bekas anggota Parlimen Kapar, S.Manikavasagam.

21 JULAI: PKR menamakan Dr Wan Azizah sebagai calon menteri besar Selangor yang baru untuk menggantikan Abdul Khalid.

22 JULAI: Abdul Khalid dalam kenyataan media berkata walaupun menghormati keputusan PKR yang mencalonkan Dr Wan Azizah sebagai penggantinya, namun segala tatacara pelantikan perlu dibuat mengikut Undang-undang Tubuh Kerajaan Negeri. Abdul Khalid berkata sehingga proses tersebut berlaku dan selesai, beliau akan terus menjalankan tugas sebagai menteri besar.

25 JULAI: Presiden PAS Datuk Seri Abdul Hadi Awang mempertahankan Abdul Khalid untuk kekal sebagai menteri besar Selangor atas alasan beliau tidak pernah khianat dalam menjalankan amanah kepada rakyat.

1 OGOS: Setiausaha agung DAP Lim Guan Eng menyuarakan sokongan penuh parti itu terhadap cadangan meletakkan Dr Wan Azizah sebagai menteri besar Selangor yang baru.

4 OGOS: Setiausaha agung PKR Datuk Saifuddin Nasution mendedahkan nota setebal lebih 40 muka surat mengenai dakwaan salah laku Abdul Khalid seperti isu penjualan tanah milik kerajaan negeri Selangor kepada Eco World dan projek pembinaan rumah mampu milik di Sungai Sering, Ukay Perdana.

5 OGOS: Lembaga Disiplin PKR hantar surat tunjuk sebab kepada Abdul Khalid mengenai keengganannya melepaskan jawatan sebagai menteri besar Selangor.

6 & 8 OGOS: Abdul Khalid membalas surat tunjuk sebab.

9 OGOS: PKR memecat Abdul Khalid daripada parti berkuat kuasa serta-merta. Abdul Khalid dalam kenyataan media kemudian memberitahu bahawa beliau menerima keputusan PKR yang memecatnya daripada parti walaupun beliau mendakwa tindakan itu salah dan cacat dari segi undang-undang.

10 OGOS: Abdul Khalid memberitahu pemberita bahawa beliau akan meneruskan tugasannya seperti biasa sehingga mesyuarat Majlis Dewan Diraja Selangor diadakan pada 11 Ogos.

11 OGOS: Abdul Khalid menghadap Sultan Selangor bagi memaklumkan pemecatannya daripada PKR selain membincangkan kemelut jawatan menteri besar.

11 OGOS: Dalam sidang media khas kemudiannya Abdul Khalid mengumumkan bahawa beliau telah mendapat perkenan Sultan Selangor untuk terus memegang jawatan menteri besar Selangor. Menteri besar itu turut menyarankan supaya anggota Exco yang tidak menyokong kepimpinan beliau supaya meletak jawatan. Beliau juga berkata akan mengadakan pertemuan dengan barisan exco kerajaan negeri secara individu bagi mengetahui sokongan dan pendirian mereka terhadap kepimpinan beliau.

12 OGOS: Empat anggota Exco kerajaan negeri Selangor daripada PAS berkata akan terus berkhidmat di bawah pentadbiran Abdul Khalid seperti yang diarahkan pucuk pimpinan parti itu.
Enam anggota Exco daripada DAP dan PKR dalam kenyataan bersama berkata mereka akan terus menjalankan tugas masing-masing tetapi menegaskan tidak akan berjumpa dengan Abdul Khalid kecuali pada mesyuarat mingguan Majlis Mesyuarat Kerajaan Negeri (MMKN).

Selain itu keenam-enam exco tersebut dilaporkan berkata dalam urusan melibatkan mereka, kedudukan dan fungsi Abdul Khalid hanyalah dalam kapasiti peralihan sementara menunggu seorang menteri besar daripada Pakatan Rakyat dilantik selain. Mereka juga berkata Abdul Khalid dan MMKN tidak boleh membuat sebarang keputusan tanpa melalui proses undian.

12 OGOS: Abdul Khalid mengumumkan telah menghantar surat kepada Sultan Selangor bagi memohon perkenan untuk memecat enam anggota Exco kerajaan negeri daripada DAP dan PKR yang tidak menyokong pentadbirannya.

Keenam-enam Exco terbabit dalam sidang media bagaimanapun bertekad untuk datang ke pejabat masing-masing di Bangunan Sultan Salahuddin Abdul Aziz Shah di Shah Alam hari ini kerana menganggap pemecatan itu tidak sah berikutan belum mendapat perkenan Sultan Selangor.

- Bernama (source :http://www.malaysiakini.com/news/271423)

What is TSKI next move?

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Source : http://www.themalaysianinsider.com/image/85385

When I analogue the Selangor MB crisis with corporate appointment, I think I can ‘understand’ the logic why TSKI refuse to resign n insist to do till full term.

In corporate world, u got your CEO appointment from the company board of director (party leadership) with specific job responsibility n KPI (party policy n manifesto ). So, when your BOD / employer (party) terminate your contract without valid reasons (give instruction for you to step down as MB to give way to new successor), you most probably will not want to resign voluntarily, because this will hurt your ego, jeopardize your integrity, credibility and your future employment. So the company has to showed your wrongdoing n how you breached the rules (e.g. the claims in the dossier issued by PKR sec gen etc. ) by dragging u to a domestic enquiry (party disciplinary board).

So to defend your status quo, u need to proof you are “victimized” by BOD (party leadership) by showing your report cards, how clean are u, how popular n supported by the company shareholders (voters) etc. (propaganda)

While the case is on-going, the member of the domestic enquiry (party disciplinary board) suddenly announced u are guilty n recommend the company to sack u. What would u do next? Appeal the case to industrial court to re-installed your position (judicial and palace) or request to hold EGM (fresh election)  if u able to get some shareholders (voters) support …..?

However, political arena is not corporate world. Political system design is different from corporate structure, things work different way n more stakeholders are involved.

I have no sympathy for PKR, they have done a bundle a mess in handling the case, mudslinging, lost the integrity, and they will have to face the consequent in next election.

However, TSKI is not better either. Although u may still have the mandate till next DUN sitting in Oct, but imaging how u can run the government if you did not have the corporation of your colleagues (exco) n the team? Things will get more difficult n messier.

So to TSKI, think wisely before deciding your next move. Otherwise you are a betraitor.

PS:

1) TSKI was sacked from PKR yesterday (9/8/2014)

2) He declare he still has the majority popularity and drag the monarchy in  to upheld his position (11/8/2014)

Processes determine the outcomes

結果還是過程比較重要?很多時候我們都只追求結果而忽略了過程。

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One of my professional job is to coach n lead clients to collect facts, analyse the situations, prioritize and organize the resources, control the risks, manage the processes and monitor the outcomes. Review results and take actions for further improvement is a must. I normally will guide them to view things from different angles by providing scenarios n give alternative solutions before making the judgement or decision.

Somehow, I felt a lot of people (be a corporate client, civil societies member, politician or general public) don’t appreciate this systematic n analytical approach in building a better policy, efficient work processes n system; or campaign strategies ; or progressive society n nation. They hate to listen to history & theory, they don’t like to analyse, and they don’t want detail discussions before decision making. They normally just want a direct answer n solution, black n white, yes or no (normally they will say just tell me what to do).

Many are emphasized the results / outcomes and neglected the processes to reached the final decision or conclusion. May be it is the failure of our education system. Many of us are just lacking in analytical and critical thinking training and ability to do so.

May be u can call me old fashioned, outdated or meticulous, without going through these fundamental steps in critical and analytical thinking and decision making (include mapping), how are u going to learn to take charge, make changes n excel?

(I am experiencing occupational fatigue guiding these type of people for the past few years. I need a life mentor to enlightened me!)

宋冬野

今天才發現的好聲音和特別的新民謠。。。宋冬野(名字也很特別呀)

在這些暈混浮躁(太多的天災人禍)的日子裡,這把低沉磁性的聲音讓人心靜下來。

我把他網上的歌曲一首又一首靜靜的聽完,我喜歡這把乾淨的聲音,超美的詞,有點孤獨卻帶點溫柔。聲音在小小的空間裡迴盪,讓我墮入無法自拔思戀的情緒。。 揮之不去。I am Loving it <3

哦,他的歌讓我有把衝動去找一把疼我的聲音和堅實的肩膀,讓我每晚心安的睡去。

淺談職業病

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昨天受邀到Bernama電視臺的Halo Malaysia 節目談職業病(PS,節目在八月17日播出)。

質量管制、品保、環保、職業安全與衛生管理系統都是我的專業項目。
質量工程和品保知識我最強。
環保是我的最愛。
沒想到這年來我寫得最多、跟民眾分享最多的竟然是最資淺(也有八九年經驗了吧?)的職業安全與健康知識和課題。
想想這可能與公眾最切身的權益有關吧!

這是整理的一些資料(Occupational Disease_Bernama_24072014),有空將寫一兩篇文章。

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點擊此以下載準備的資料 :https://huichun.files.wordpress.com/2014/07/occupational-disease_bernama_24072014.pdf

MH17 is not coming home

f914fced-2e4c-4295-a8a3-b5c8c627a387-460x394Another MAS airplane not coming home. Another heart break.

It is pain and depress when the news of MH17 that carried 283 passengers (including 3 infants) and 15 crews was shot down near the Ukraine-Russia border outbreak on 17 July evening. It’s a sad sad day for Malaysia :(

“Dozens of bodies and broken pieces of wing with MH17 colors have been found near the town of Grabovo, according to a Reuters correspondent.

An emergency services rescue worker said at least 100 bodies had so far been found at the scene, near the village of Grabovo, and that debris from the wreckage was scattered across an area up to about 15km (nine miles) in diameter.

Broken pieces of the wings were marked with blue and red paint – the same colours as the emblem of the Malaysian airline which lost track of a flight from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur that was carrying almost 300 people.”

I was depressed earlier when I found out my hearing condition (at low pitch) may have deteriorated. I was not realise my condition when I asking CH who sit so near to me to repeat his statement twice last night, till he showed his impatient. Later a telephone conversation with TS showed the same symptom and confirmed my suspicion.

With the MH17 news, I even more depressing now. I want to yell and cry.

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I have the urge to draw this to peace my mind. Tribute to all the souls.

Although we are sad and depressed, but let us not lost our hopes.

We should stand in solidarity together with the government, MAS and the families of the 298 souls lost in Ukraine.

We should continue seek the truth and hold those who shot down this civilian plane for accountability.

We should not let these lives lost in vain. Those who responsible shall be swiftly brought to justice.

My heartiest sympathies and condolences to the families and friends who lost their loves one.

May we all find strength to console one another in this terrible tragedy.

Related news:

http://www.theguardian.com/world/2014/jul/17/malaysia-airlines-plane-crashes-ukraine-live?CMP=fb_gu

 

 

NEGARA-Ku

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“NEGARA-KU”: A PEOPLE’S MOVEMENT TO RECLAIM OUR NATION

 10 July, 2014

 

WHY?

On a daily basis, we are confronted with serious challenges that have begun to undermine the very foundations of our Nation. The peace and harmony of our multi-ethnic, multi-faith and multicultural society are under threat.

Ethnocentric and race-based politics and communally-minded politicians continue to derail the process of inclusive nation building and the formation of a Bangsa Malaysia national identity. Importantly, religion is now increasingly used as a main marker of identity, and as a boundary maintenance mechanism to polarise the people.

There are political parties and their affiliates that are not focused on nation building, rather on building their respective power bases. These parties on both sides of the divide pursue their agenda that are transactional and short-term, not transformational and long-term.

The mobilisation and manipulation of race, ethnicity and religion have resulted in increasing intolerance, bigotry and extremism. There is also an emerging sub-culture of political violence. These are symptomatic of dangerous under-currents in our society.

The State, by default or design, has failed to address these pernicious developments. The State has also failed to play the role of an honest broker in managing conflicts in our society.

WHAT?

We believe the majority of the People want to end this brand of divisive ethno-religious politics.

We want to take ownership, fully cognisant, that Malaysia is a nation where her people are inextricably bound by a shared history, commonweal and destiny.

We have to act before our society descends into the abyss of instability.

The “NEGARA-KU” Coalition aspires to mobilize and empower the People:

  • To resist all forms of intolerance, bigotry, hatred, extremism, and violence;
  • To oppose all forms of discrimination, oppression, persecution and injustice;
  • To strive for a socially inclusive society;
  • To exhort the State and its lnstitutions to respect, adhere and uphold the Rule of Law; and
  • To demand adherence to the principles of stewardship, integrity, accountability and transparency in all aspects of governance.

We will strive to do this by returning to the basics:-

  • The Federal Constitution as the Supreme Law of the Land;
  • The Malaysia Agreement; and
  • The Rukunegara as the guide for national objectives and values.

By this process of engagement and empowerment we endeavour to “HEAL THE NATION’’ and “RESTORE HOPE” in our future.

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Negara-ku attracted a lot of feedback and attack immediate on its formation on 10 July 2014

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