29 Oktober, 2009
YB Tuan Wee Choo Keong [WANGSA MAJU] minta Menteri Kementerian Hal Ehwal Dalam Negeri menyatakan perkembangan terkini kerja penyiasatan polis dan SPRM dalam cadangan-cadangan Suruhjaya Diraja akibat skandal video V.K. Lingam dan adakah dakwaan akan diambil terhadap pihak-pihak yang telah “ditangkap” dalam video tersebut?
YB Tuan Wee Choo Keong [WANGSA MAJU] asks the Minister of Home Affairs to state what is the current status of the investigations by the police or MACC into the several recommendations by the Royal Commission on the V.K. Lingam video clip scandal and will there be any prosecutions taken against those exposed in the said video clip?
27 Oktober 2009
YB Tuan Wee Choo Keong [WANGSA MAJU] minta YB Menteri Luar Negeri menyatakan sebab-sebab kerajaan telah menandatangani Pengisytiharan Hak Kemanusian 1948 Persatuan Bangsa-bangsa Bersatu (“United Nation’s Universal Declaration of Human Rights 1948” [UDHR]) dengan keraguan, maklumat terperinci raguan tersebut dan mengapakan sehingga kini kerajaan tidak menerima spenuhnya UDHR ini?
YB Tuan Wee Choo Keong [WANGSA MAJU] asks the Minsiter of Foreign Affairs to state the reasons why government signed United Nation’s Universal Declaration of Human Rights 1948 (UDHR) with reservations, full details of its reservations and why until this date the government did not ratify the full UDHR? Continue reading
Moral of the story: BEWARE OF MESSAGES RECEIVED VIA THE INTERNET!!!
Here’s what happened.
Below is an email I received. I immediately replied and gave my contact numbers to Mr Lim Kean Chye, whom I have known for years and who is a renowned lawyer and editor of “Penang file,” so he can contact me and for me to send him the 1,300 Pound Sterling he asked for to help him.
Happy Deepavali to all Indians in Wangsa Maju and else where in Malaysia. To all other Malaysians have a nice and pleasant holiday.
On the way to the UN ...
UN General Assembly
Daily Order Papers in the UN General Assembly
Blogging after UN Session
We had a meeting with Professor Jomo Kwame Sundaram (Jomo K S), who was a former professor in Malaysia. He has been appointed Assistant Secretary-General for Economic Development in the UN's Department of Economic and Social Affairs since January 2005.
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The UN Security Council
The debate on The Situation in the Middle East, including the Palestinian Question at the United Nations Security Council on 14th October 2009.
The synopsis of the speech of His Excellency Dr Riad Al-Malki, Minister for the Foreign Affairs of the Palestinian National Authority:
” He said that there is no real progress been made towards addressing the major issues of concern, foremost among them the ongoing Israeli colonization campaign in the West Bank, especially in and around East Jerusalem, and the raging humanitarian crisis in the Gaza Strip as a concern of the Israeli military aggression and the continued for realising a just, lasting and comprehensive peace in the Middle East. ” Continue reading
THE HONOURABLE MR WEE CHOO KEONG,
MEMBER OF PARLIAMENT AND REPRESENTATIVE OF MALAYSIA
ON AGENDA ITEM 79:
REPORT OF THE UNITED NATIONS COMMISSION
ON INTERNATIONAL TRADE LAW
ON THE WORK OF ITS 42ND SESSION AT THE 6TH COMMITTEE,
UNITED NATIONS GENERAL ASSEMBLY, NEW YORK, USA
13 OCTOBER 2009
On behalf of the Malaysia’s delegation, I would like to take this opportunity to congratulate you and all other members of the Bureau on your election and to also thank the Mr Soo-Guen Oh, the Chairman of United Nations Commission On International Trade Law, for his report.
My delegation would like to express its full support to the work of United Nations Commission On International Trade Law (UNCITRAL) to seek further progress as regards the harmonization and unification of international trade law. As a member of a very highly regarded and important Commission, Malaysia would like to take the opportunity to contribute to the development of international trade law by, inter alia, promoting ways and means of ensuring a uniform application of international trade laws. Continue reading