Saturday, February 7, 2009

Confirmed The Sultan Mencabul HAK RAKYAT - Malaysiakini

Daulat bermaksud (Takrifan Kamus Dewan) "Mempunyai kedudukan yang tinggi dan berkuasa, berwibawa". Dalam hal ini RAKYAT juga mempunyai kuasa untuk menentukan sendiri siapakah pemimpin yang mereka inginkan melalui proses pilihan raya.

Apakah UMNO tidak mengiktiraf hak RAKYAT?. Apakah Sultan yang diharapkan untuk menjaga hak dan kepentingan RAKYAT juga turut ingin mengkhianati dan menzalimi RAKYAT?

Melucutkan jawatan seseorang Menteri Besar yang telah diberi kepercayaan oleh Ahli Dewan Undangan Negeri BUKAN hak mutlak seseorang raja atau sultan. Bila sesaorang sultan atau raja mengambil hak rakyat, ini membawa maksud pencabulan terhadap HAK DAN KEDAULATAN RAKYAT telah dilakukan oleh raja yang sepatutnya patut menjadi payung kepada RAKYAT dan raja juga MESTI bertindak tanpa mengenepikan perlembagaan. Namapun Raja Berperlembagaan. Kalau Raja sudah gagal untuk patuh kepada Perlembagaan, kita hendak panggil Raja apa pulak dah?

Baca apa kata Tengku Razaleigh Hamzah.

Ku Li: Why Nizar is still the MB

PETALING JAYA: Datuk Seri Mohammad Nizar Jamaluddin is still the Perak Mentri Besar until he resigns of his own accord, or is removed by a vote of no-confidence in a formal sitting of the State Assembly, said Tengku Razaleigh Hamzah.

“Only the answer of the assembly counts, regardless how many sworn statements, defections, press conferences and declarations, or what forms of advertisement, display, inducement or force you bring to bear on the question,” he said in a statement yesterday.

“The Constitution makes no provision for his removal by any other means, including by petitions or instructions from any other authority,” he added.

He also said that a legitimate constitutional government draws all its authority from the consent of the people and only from that consent. The people consent because it is their government formed according to their constitution, whose leader is chosen through free and fair elections.

“To formally test the mandate of the current government, the question must either be put to the people through state elections, or to assemblymen through a formal vote in the Dewan,” said Tengku Razaleigh.

He said to remove and install governments in any other way was to violate the Constitution, erode the rule of law and run the risk of forming an illegal government. - Courtesy : The Star

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

This is the reason why Monarchy must be abolished, in a progressive century of achieving true and secular democracy. The self-elected monarchy in Malaysia, with 9 Kings who are mainly millionaires, by selling many of state land that belong to the rakyat such as natural forests and seaside, to logging companies and developers, are a travesty of true justice, equality and democracy in a progressive modern world, and to the poor in Malaysia! And to fair and just-minded Islam.

Katharina Sri (former Noor Aza Othman)
Germany.