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Posted: 07 Sep 2015 11:30 PM PDT
Khairuddin Hasasn yang telah keliling dunia buat laporn polis dll laporan terhadap PM kini telah buat laporan terhadap LHDN.
Kononnya LHDN yang mahu siasat beliau dan isterinya di bawah Akta Anti Money Laundering. Baca FMT di SINI
Dei Macha! Kamu telah diisytiharkan muflis pada bulan April 2014 dan kondominium mewah kamu telah dilelong oleh pihak Bank kerana kegagalan menjelaskan hutang. Hanya selepas kamu membuat laporan polis terhadap 1MDB, barulah segala hutang piutang anda dijelaskan dan tiba-tiba kamu dibebaskan daripada muflis. Bukankankah itu satu petanda besar bagi LHDN untuk membuka kertas siasatan ke atas kamu dan meneliti kembali segala pendapatan kamu dan isteri kamu perolehi?
Manalah tahu kamu dan isteri kamu mungkin lari dari membayar cukai pendapatan sedangakan pada masa yang sama kamu boleh pergi melawat benua Eropah untuk membuat laporan polis, baca di sini. Jika LHDN tidak menyiasat kes anda, sewajarnya LHDN boleh tutup kedai. Mengapa kamu takut disiasat oleh LHDN sedangkan mereka sebenarnya menjalankan tugas mereka?
Read more at http://khairulryezal.blogspot.com/2015/09/kenapa-si-khairuddin-takut-lhdn-siasat.html#twLmhCvocFDE9iEJ.99
Menurut seorang rakan beliau yang mengenalinya lebih 15-18 tahun ketika berpejabat disebuah bangunan bersebelahan KLCC, Khairuddin adalah seorang yang hidup penuh warna warni.
Janganlah anggap dia berjuang untuk kebenaran atau keadilan atau menentang kemungkaran tapi ada agenda sendiri. Sepanjang yang diketahui Khairuddin cari makan melalui politik dan sentiasa ada abang besar dibelakang.
Mungkin sekali apa yang dilakukan selama ini hanya untuk cari pelepasan kepada masaalah bankrupsi dan cukai. Jeng jeng jeng ... bila melalak konspirasi dia harap LHDN takut nak apa=apakan. Lagi bila dibina persepsi Najib akan turun bila-bila.
Harap ada undi tak percay abukan Oktober ini. Nak tengtok jatuh ke tidak Najib.
Posted: 07 Sep 2015 10:22 PM PDT
Posted: 07 Sep 2015 06:30 PM PDT
Dalam satu kenyataan.semalan Menteri Hal Ehwal Luar Negata, Dato Anifah Aman membidas kenyataan Setiausaha Agong Amnesty International.
Kenyataan beliau dikatakan dilakukan maklumat tidah disahkan dan langsung tidak ambilkira kemajuan dan kesungguhan Malaysia dalam meningkatkan hak asasi manusia rakyat.
Langsung tidak ambilkira dan hormati adalah had hak asasi tersebut harus ambilkira hal perundangan dalam hal morality, ketenteraman awam dan keselamatan yang ditentukan negara selari dengan artikel 29(2) declaration of universal human rights.
Amnesty terlalu cepat menghukum tanpa ambilkira dan mempeduli pelbagai.usaha terkini dalam hal hak asasi manusia.
Berikut kenyataan penuh Anifah:
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
RESPONSE BY YB MINISTER OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS MALAYSIA TO THE COMMENTS MADE BY AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL SECRETARY GENERAL SALIL SHETTY IN KUALA LUMPUR WITH REGARD TO MALAYSIA'S HUMAN RIGHTS RECORD
I take note of the comments made by Amnesty International Secretary, General Salil Shetty, at the conclusion of the 16th International Anti-Corruption Commission meeting in Kuala Lumpur recently.
I must state the allegations that Malaysia's human rights record is on an alarming downward spiral is unwarranted as it is based on unsubstantiated and selective information. It unfairly dismisses the overall progress and efforts of the Government of Malaysia in ensuring the enjoyment of human rights for all Malaysians.
It is necessary to point out that the Government of Malaysia has been steadfast in its commitment to uphold the promotion and protection of human rights and fundamental freedoms as enshrined in Articles 5 to 13 of the Federal Constitution of Malaysia.
2. Likewise, the Government of Malaysia remains committed to uphold the right to freedom of opinion and expression, and the right to freedom of assembly as guaranteed in Article 10 of the Federal Constitution of Malaysia.
However, it is important to note that the exercise of such rights is not absolute and may be subject to limitations on certain grounds including public order, morality, and national security. Such limitations are in consonance with the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, in particular its Article 29 (2).
3. In the context of the complex multi-racial, multi-cultural and multi-religious Malaysian society, the Sedition Act 1948 is necessary and relevant to guarantee that freedom of speech, opinion and expression are not abused and will not lead to tensions that would threaten the harmony, peace and security of Malaysia.
Its application does not hinder a vibrant democracy and remains as a useful preventive measure to ensure and protect Malaysians from radical, extreme and fanatical movements apart from curbing religious intolerance, incitement to hatred, racial and religious extremism.
Similarly, the legal framework in respect of the right to freedom of assembly in Malaysia, including its restrictions, are compatible with international human rights norms and standards. The Peaceful Assembly Act 2012 allows for peaceful assembly while at the same time is important in preventing disturbance of the peace and riots, which could easily arise from incitement, purportedly in upholding the rights of people of a democratic country.
4. Although Malaysia does not recognize the status of refugees or asylum seekers, Malaysia has been providing assistance on humanitarian grounds and continues to cooperate on a case-by-case basis with the UNHCR and other relevant international organisations. Malaysia emphasizes that it has taken necessary measures on humanitarian grounds, beyond its international obligations, in addressing the influx of irregular migrants.
In addition, Malaysia has taken serious action in curbing trafficking in persons and smuggling of migrants, and remains committed to working with other relevant partners to address this problem through the various existing international and regional mechanisms.
5. It is unfortunate that Amnesty International was too fast in judging Malaysia's human rights record on the basis of misconceptions of the circumstances of recent events.
It failed to give due credit to recent and ongoing efforts by the Government of Malaysia in the promotion and protection of human rights for its citizens.
It also failed to acknowledge the progress that Malaysia is making in the promotion and protection of the rights of women, children and persons with disabilities in Malaysia as well as in fulfilling the economic, social and cultural rights of its citizens.
6. Malaysia had received the recent visits by the UN Special Procedures to Malaysia, namely, the Special Rapporteur on the right to food, the Special Rapporteur on the right to health and the Special Rapporteur on trafficking in persons, especially women and children.
The Government of Malaysia had constructively engaged with the Special Rapporteurs with an open mind and in a transparent manner in the spirit of advancing efforts to promote and protect human rights in the country.
These visits highlighted certain institutional, policy and implementation gaps which the Government is genuinely addressing. Another initiative is the ongoing work on Malaysia's National Human Rights Action Plan which would address the priorities and gaps concerning the protection of human rights in Malaysia.
7. On the international front, Malaysia continues to place a high importance on contributing to the promotion and protection of human rights in the multilateral fora, in line with our standing as a responsible state actor.
We had twice been elected to the UN Human Rights Council, for the terms 2006-2009 and 2010-2013. This demonstrates the trust and faith placed upon Malaysia by members of the international community, based on our constructive and pragmatic approach to human rights.
In this regard, as the Minister of Foreign Affairs Malaysia, I participated in the High Level Sessions of the Human Rights Council, to elevate Malaysia's engagement in this important forum. During that trip I also met with the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights in Geneva, and discussed ways to enhance cooperation between Malaysia and the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights
8. In conclusion, I would like to reiterate that every country has the right to determine that the enjoyment of human rights by its citizens must take into account the unique nature of its society which includes diversity of cultures, religions and traditions of the particular country. Therefore, every sovereign country rightfully deserves the full respect to decide on what is best for its society.
The Government of Malaysia believes that a balance must be struck between the full enjoyment of rights and freedoms and its limitations as provided through legislation, to protect the essential principles that have been upheld by the nation thus far under the Federal Constitution.
The Government of Malaysia is committed to the protection of all its citizens, and will take necessary steps to ensure that every citizen enjoys fundamental freedoms in a manner which does not impinge on the exercise of the rights of others, or is a threat to the security and safety of the nation.
YB DATO' SRI ANIFAH HAJI AMAN MINISTER OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS, MALAYSIA PUTRAJAYA
7 September 2015
Posted: 07 Sep 2015 08:00 AM PDT
Posted: 07 Sep 2015 06:34 AM PDT
Posted: 07 Sep 2015 01:30 AM PDT
Kevin Morais adalah DPP yang pernah uruskan kes untuk SPRM dilaporkan hilang.
Deputy public prosecutor, seconded to MACC, believed to be missing
NEWS PUBLISHED: 51 mins ago
Sources say Kevin Anthony Morais was last seen in his official government-issued vehicle bearing registration plate number WA 6264 Q.
KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 5, 2015:
A prominent deputy public prosecutor has been reported missing and a city wide alert has been activated by police to ascertain his whereabouts.
Kevin Anthony Morais of the Attorney-Generals Chambers (AGC), who was formerly seconded to the Malaysia Anti Corruption Commission (MACC) as deputy director of prosecution, was last seen leaving his apartment in Menara Duta for work on Friday morning.
Later that day, a friend tried contacting him, but the calls went unanswered, sources told The Rakyat Post.
When checks at his office revealed he had failed to turn up for work, the friend contacted Kevin's cousin, Datuk Richard Morais, who lodged a report at the Jinjang police station just before 6pm today.
Kevin's disappearance has gone viral as an appeal from the family for information on his whereabouts is sought.
Sources say he was last seen in his official government-issued vehicle bearing registration plate number WA 6264 Q.
Meanwhile, MACC sources disclosed that Kevin had returned to the AGC after completing his tour of duty with MACC.
"He had served as a key prosecuting officer with MACC," the source disclosed.
Meanwhile, Sentul police chief Assistant Commissioner R. Munusamy confirmed that a report had been lodged at the district police station.
"I can only confirm that a report has been lodged," he said when contacted.
Beliau juga merupakan DPP yang banyak membuat kes AMLA atau anti Money Laundering Act iaitu kesalahan jenayah terbesar dalam negara ini.
Salah satu kes high profile yang dia terlibat adalah kes Dato Ramli Yusof dan peguam Rosli Dahlan. Kedua-dua mereka sudah lepas dan kini menyaman kembali SPRM.
Menurut AG, dia telah kembali ke pejabat AG lepas menjalankan tugas untuk SPRM pada Julai 2014 lagi.
Tidaklah seperti spin Malaysiakini yang berniat nak kenakan Dato Najib seolah-olah satu usaha nak serang SPRM lagi.
Kaimax punya Mkini!!!!
Apa hal pun janganlah buat pelbagai spekulasi seperti ngatakan dia tak mati atau kesan-kesan pada kereta tidak meyakinkan lah ... serah pada polis yang pakar dalam hal begini.
Mystery deepens over missing prosecutor
KUALA LUMPUR: The mystery surrounding the disappearance of a senior officer from Attorney-General's Chambers (AGC) has deepened with the discovery of a gutted vehicle.
Posted on 6 September 2015 - 01:55pm
Last updated on 6 September 2015 - 08:11pm
The vehicle, a Proton Perdana car, believed to be linked to Anthony Kevin Morais who is deputy head of the AGC's Appellate and Trial Division, was found destroyed in an oil palm estate in Kampung Sungai Samak, in Hutan Melintang, Perak on Saturday.
Kuala Lumpur CID chief SAC Zainuddin Ahmad said Perak police found the burnt car about 10am.
"We have yet to ascertain if it was the car used by the missing man (Morais) because we have been unable to check the chasis number or registration plate as it was badly burnt," he said.
"As of now, it is too early to confirm if the burnt car is linked to Morais' disappearance," he added.
Morais, was formerly seconded to the Malaysia Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) as a prosecutor for almost 10 years.
His last posting at the MACC, as deputy director of legal and prosecution, ended about a year ago.
Morais was last seen leaving his apartment in Menara Duta for work in his official government-issued vehicle, a grey Proton Perdana, bearing registration number WA6264Q on Friday morning.
However, his secretary at the AGC confirmed that the 54-year-old DPP never arrived at his workplace on Friday.
Zainuddin said city police are getting help from their counterparts in other states in investigating Morais's disappearance.
A police report on Morais' disappearance was lodged by his cousin, Datuk Richard Morais, at the Jinjang police station at 6pm on Saturday.
"I don't want to say anything. We leave it to the police to investigate," Datuk Morais said when contacted by Bernama.
Meanwhile, MACC director of investigations, Datuk Azam Baki, in a statement yesterday said Morais' disappearance should not be linked to any ongoing probe by the anti-graft body.
Referring to a report in an online news portal today, Azam urged the public not to speculate and link Morais' disappearance to any investigation being conducted by MACC and also a police probe into leaked information regarding the 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB) scandal.
"During his time with us, Morais handled many high-profile cases and is still conducting some cases for us," Azam said, adding that Morais was dedicated and committed to his job.
Janganlah nak kata bunuh diri atau colek atau accident atau saja hilangkan diri, BUKTI belum ada. PENYIASATAN sedang dijalankan.
SPEKULASI hanya menyusahkan siasatan kerana pandangan yang tak sah dan berdasarkan fakta boleh pengaruhi saksi dan perjudis terhadap Kevin
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