Your MP's Question of the Week #22

Come Tuesday, August 26, 2008 it will be a historical moment for our nation. It is the day when our brothers and sisters in Permatang Pauh will cast their votes in a most significant by-election to decide on the future direction of Malaysia. The journey for true reforms, which are eagerly sought after by all Malaysians, will begin here.

With the BN machinery in full force, the Permatang Pauh voters will enjoy a host of temporary “benefits” and at the same time shoulder a very heavy responsibility for the future of our next generation. The stakes are high and it’s all up to the people of Permatang Pauh.

Your MP’s Question of the Week is:

On Tuesday, 26 August, should the voters in Permatang Pauh lead the nation for a new dawn by going all out to vote for Dato’ Seri Anwar Ibrahim, who is a victim of grave injustice and a corrupt system, so he can get into parliament to begin his journey for reforms?

– Terjemahan oleh Lee Wee Tak – Ucapan ribuan terima kasih dari Wee Choo Keong –

Soalan Mingguan Wakil Rakyat Anda # 22

Pada tanggal 26 Ogos 2008 lembaran baru dalam sejarah negara kita akan dibuka. Ini adalah hari di mana saudara dan saudari kita di Permatang Pauh akan mengundi dalam pilihanraya kecil yang paling penting dalam menentukan masa hadapan Malaysia. Perjalanan ke perubahan benar, yang amat diingini oleh semua rakyat Malaysia, akan bermula dengan pilihanraya kecil ini.

Dengan jentera BN berfungsi dengan sepenuhnya, pengundi di Permatang Pauh akan menikmati manfaat jangka pendek dan pada masa yang sama memikul tanggungjawab berat untuk masa hadapan anak-anak kita. Apa yang dipetaruhkan amat penting dan semuanya bergantung kepada pengundi di Permatang Pauh.

Soalan WR anda untuk minggu ini adalah:

Pada tanggal 26 Ogos, patutkah pengundi di Permatang Pauh menerajui negara kita ke lembaran baru dengan memberi sokongan kuat dengan memberi undi kepada Dato’ Seri Anwar Ibrahim, yang menjadi mangsa kepincangan keadilan dan sistem yang terjejas dengan pelbagai amalan rasuah, supay abeliau boleh masuk Parlimen dan memulakan perjalannya ke arah pembaharuan dan perubahan?

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11 thoughts on “Your MP's Question of the Week #22

  1. Melayu Jati

    The people of Permatang Pauh should not be fooled by the antics of BN and do your duty for the good of all Malaysians, the Yang Di Pertuan Agong and country.

    Yes, take whatever come your way from the BN hapraks and then vote for PKR.

    We are counting on the good people of Permatang Pauh to lead the way and be heroes of Malaysians!

    Yes, vote for Dato’ Seri Anwar Ibrahim and also help look out for the corrupt practices of BN come Tuesday, 26 August!

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  2. Malaysia 64

    Kemenangan akan berada dipihak yang benar, kalau upset pun mungkin disebabkan oleh hantu-hantu yang keluar pada tarikh tersebut pada pukul 8pagi-5ptg. HIDUP DSAI HIDUP PKR.

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  3. Twister

    The voters there should vote for the Person who can bring changes to our country. We all Malaysian are waiting for DSAI to become our PM to bring Malaysia to a new edge.

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  4. Birdman

    YB, if ever PR wrests the Federal Govn. I would like to see you as the Minister in charge of our Law.Your role will be revamping all the bad and obsolete law which had shackled us in our own prison .Long live PR.

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  5. temenggong

    One billion. Five billion. Or ten billion! Whatever it takes, the BN MPs must be bought and brought over to form the new Pakatan govt, and free the nation!

    We cannot be moral about this for the moment, and have to sacrifice some principles for larger lasting gains! That is, political and economic reform!

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  6. lee wee tak

    I am holding my breath and waiting for the nomination process to confirm if there is going to be an election

    BN has put up a Chinese speaking UMNO candidate. A smart tactical move and I heard that he is very welcome by all and sundry locally so it’s a formidable challenge for DSAI. However, this MP alone do not represent the views and policies of the entire UMNO, let alone BN

    At this juncture, PAS is not doing PR any favours in view of the speeches made by its Youth Wing in Ipoh, if the press reports is anything to go by. How soon they have forgotten that fair number of non-muslims supported PAS during the GE. I myself waved and smiled at a PAS flag bearer and he returned my wave.

    As Raja Petra mentioned, some non-muslims exhibited much muslims value of integrity and humility and yet this is deemed not sufficient for PAS Youth Wing to give the new era a chance. Put Close One Eye MP with Lim Guan Eng and who do you trust more?

    However I can still stomach this if these speeches are within confine of PAS’ internal debate but the ultimate party stand should be a wise one and not a holier than thou & bigotry one. Muslims or non-muslims, Malaysians we are and always be.

    Anyone not cheering for Lee Chong Wei? He is a non-muslims and he beat Chinese, Danes, Koreans, Indonesians for the pride and joy of our country. Is Pas Youth Wing going to denounce that?

    The real battle field is not in Permatang Pauh albeit it is a crucial milestone. We have had elected MPs thrown into jail before. Lim Kit Siang, Lim Guan Eng, P Patto are the few names that come to my mind

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  7. I like chopin

    BN’s candidate at Permatang Pauh can speak Hokkien and Mandarin?So what?We have many Chinese speaking BN men too in MCA but what did they do for us?Nothing,just filled up their pockets and acts as running dogs.This Arif Shah guy is among those hooligans at Komtar when LGE announced the abolishment of NEP in Penang.

    Anwar said that he will forgive but will not forget the injustices inflicted on him by Umno.Likewise,we will forgive but will not forget his follies when he is still with Umno.If he wanted to be the next PM,fine but please be the PM for ALL MALAYSIANS.

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