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A JOB WAN AZIZAH WELL-DESERVES & CAN PERFORM! A first for M'sia - a woman menteri besar?

A JOB WAN AZIZAH WELL-DESERVES & CAN PERFORM! A first for M'sia - a woman menteri besar?


With calls for Abdul Khalid Ibrahim to quit echoing louder by the day, political observers and party leaders are already pondering on the possible candidates to replace the embattled Selangor menteri besar.

The heat is on Abdul Khalid especially after he lost the bid for the Kuala Selangor PKR division head's post with the state Pakatan Rakyat members PAS and DAP also joining the tirade against the menteri besar.

PKR Youth Chief and Bukit Katil Parliament member Shamsul Iskandar Mohd Akin is reported to have said that Abdul Khalid's loss in Kuala Selangor is a testimony that the grassroots have indicated that its time for him to go.

His party compatriot, the Kuala Langat Parliament Member Abdullah Sani Abdul Hamid had requested the menteri besar to heed to the voice of the grassroots for the sake of the party.

And on Sunday night, rumours went viral through numerous mediums that Abdul Khalid would meet Selangor's Sultan Sharafuddin Idris Shah at the palace on Monday morning to hand over his resignation letter.

Who would replace Khalid?

Now the question is, who could replace Abdul Khalid as the menteri besar?

Among the names that political observers do not rule out are PKR President Dr Wan Azizah Wan Ismail, who is also the Kajang state assemblywoman, and PKR's Deputy President Mohamed Azmin Ali who is the state assemblyman for Bukit Antarabangsa?

Political observers see that in the event Abdul Khalid falls out of favour and Mohamed Azmin fails to muster strong support within Pakatan Rakyat, then Dr Wan Azizah is set to become the new menteri besar.

However, Malaysia has yet to see a state headed by a woman and therefore is there really a chance for Dr Wan Azizah to become the menteri besar?

Commenting on this, the head of the Politics, Security and International Relations Cluster of the National professor Council (MPN) prof Mohamed Mustafa Ishak said there is nothing to stop a woman from being appointed as the menteri besar.

"The laws of setting up the Selangor state government does not mention in detail on the gender of the person appointed as the menteri besar, except that the person has to be a Malay and a Muslim.
"The menteri besar has to be someone of integrity, has the command of the majority in the state assembly and the appointment consented by the Sultan," he said.

MB traditionally for men?

A law lecturer with Universiti Islam Antarabangsa (UIA) Associate professor Shamrahayu Abdul Aziz, who concurred with Mohamed Mustafa, said though gender is not a criteria in selecting a menteri besar, the post has traditionally been held by men.


Wan Azizah

"There is nothing wrong from the legal viewpoint, but it breaks the tradition of men holding the menteri besar's post. And there is nothing wrong for a woman to take up the post of menteri besar, all that matters is their merit and ability to administer the state.

"Though there is no legal restrictions, when things become difficult and complicated, that is when it is important to have a man to lead a state," she said.

Limitations

And in the event a woman is chosen as the menteri besar, will there be any restrictions in her role especially in advising the sultan and in officiating religious events?

Mohamed Mustafa explained that there has yet to be any precedence on the matter and it was difficult to see of the problems ahead when a woman takes over the post of menteri besar.

"A woman menteri besar will have to sit away from the sultan, and during religious events including the launching of mosques and religious function the woman menteri besar may have to delegate a male exco member.

"This are among the complications that a women MB is set to face but in advising the Sultan, I believe it should not be a problem," he said.

Shamrahayu said her personal views were that this is not something that suits the Muslim norm where leadership positions were the men's domain.

"It is undeniable that a woman can take on the role of a menteri besar, only that it is not a norm for a woman to be in that position and there can be some limitations on the nature of work she can undertake," she said.

In the 13th general election in May 2013, the Pakatan Rakyat won 44 of the 56 Selangor state assembly seats compared with 36 in 2008 with PKR winning 14 seats, while PAS and DAP 15 seats each. BN won the remaining 12 seats.

Meanwhile, a Social Science lecturer with Universiti Sains Malaysia (USM), prof Ahmad Atory Hussain noted that whether it is Dr Wan Azizah or Mohamed Azmin, it all depends on the sultan of Selangor.

Also the sultan may want Abdul Khalid to continue.

"If the sultan wants Abdul Khalid to continue, he will only hold the menteri besar's post for a while and the sultan will see if he could command support in the state assembly. If Abdul Khalid loses support, it will lead to a crisis and his highness will intervene," he said to Bernama.

Ahmad Atory said however, the sultan's consent is not an absolute guarantee for any leader to hold on to their position as what is more pertinent is the support of the people that would decide the leader's fate.
- Bernama

Decide on Khalid quickly, PKR told

Decide on Khalid quickly, PKR told

 | July 10, 2014
Ex-assemblyman Jason Ong worries that the public may see the party as lacking in professionalism.
khalid ibrahim300x200GEORGE TOWN: PKR was today urged to make a speedy decision on whether it wants Khalid Ibrahim to continue serving as the Selangor Menteri Besar.

Jason Ong, a party member and a former state assemblyman, said the issue had dragged on for too long and was exposing PKR as a party that lacked professionalism.

“People are getting fed up with PKR,” he told FMT. “Why can’t we resolve the status of Khalid within the PKR structure?

“Khalid was appointed to the post based on the consensus of Pakatan Rakyat, particularly from within PKR. If there are reasons to remove him, it should likewise be done within the same internal structure and not in full view of the public.

“We need to be professional. The rakyat are watching us.”

Some Pakatan leaders are unhappy over Khalid’s handling of the water supply issue and the controversial Kidex highway project as well as his perceived reluctance to rein in the increasingly overzealous state religious authorities.

However, Khalid remains resolute in defending his administration of Selangor, citing impressive revenue collection and an overall improvement in the delivery systems.

A former Penang PKR leader, who asked to remain anonymous, suggested that PKR seek a public referendum on the issue.

“Allow the rakyat to decide if Khalid should stay or go,” he said.

Tukar MB perkara biasa


ADA YANG NAK MEROYAN KHALID NAK KENA TUKAR. SUKA PULA UMNO SOKONG KHALID.PROJEK. BANYAK PULA TAUKE UMNO YANG DAPAT . NAK LEBIH LEBUHRAYA,LANGAT 2, KIDEX, BLA..BLA..BLA... BAYAK LA.....

Sebelum ini, Menteri Besar Terengganu dari Umno turut meletakkan jawatannya.
mahfuz_omarKUALA LUMPUR: Ketua Penerangan PAS Pusat, Mahfuz Omar menyatakan bahawa pertukaran Menteri Besar adalah perkara biasa.

Menurutnya, sebelum ini pertukaran Menteri Besar turut berlaku di negeri-negeri lain.
“Sebelum ini, Menteri Besar di Terengganu yang dijawat oleh ahli Umno turut meletakkan jawatannya,” katanya dalam satu sidang media di Ibu Pejabat PAS, hari ini.

Walaubagaimanapun , Mahfuz mejelaskan beliau tidak mengetahui bahawa adanya satu perjumpaan antara PAS Pusat dan PAS Selangor bagi membincangkan mengenai pertukaran kerusi Menteri Besar.
“Saya tidak terlibat dalam perjumpaan tersebut kerana saya menghadiri program lain,” katanya.

Dalam masa yang sama, Mahfuz turut menjelaskan sehingga kini PAS tidak mengetahui adanya sebarang calon dan nama bagi menggantikan kerusi Menteri Besar Selangor.

“PAS tidak tahu mengenai perkara ini. Kita akan berbincang dengan ahli Pakatan Rakyat lain dan pihak PAS sendiri akan memantau perkembangan pertukaran kerusi ini.

Model, kekasih kerabat Johor dibunuh


Tewas pemilihan PKR, Saifuddin akur kehendak akar umbi

Tewas pemilihan PKR, bukan kerana tidak punya kemampuan dan kesetiaan...tetapi ahli telah mula suka makan makan dihotel dan tempat eksklusif.

al maklum bukan lagi parti reformasi..tetapi parti yang dekat dekat nak sama cam Umno gak kot?...... kalau Anwar Ibrahim pencetus gerakan reformasi dulu pun ahli tibai bagai...inikan pula bila gerakan asalnya tidak lagi dikenang dan dihargai....

Nasib Anwar kena pecat...kalau tidak lagi banyak Melayu bodoh dok lam Umno.....kesdaran inilah membangkitkan gerakan reformasi.....kalau dulu Umno senang senang nak menang...sekarang Umno kena lihat lihat jika nak bertanding...

Calon timbalan presiden PKR, Datuk Saifuddin Nasution Ismail akur dengan kekalahannya dalam pemilihan parti 2014 dan menganggapnya sebagai kehendak akar umbi walaupun menawarkan pengalamannya, rekod kerja serta kesetiaan kepada parti sejak 15 tahun lalu.








Saifuddin (gambar) berkata, ternyata bukan itu yang ahli parti mahukan dan menghormati keputusan mereka sebahagian daripada lumrah politik.

"Kempen saya cukup minima. Isi borang pencalonan, hubungi dan jumpa kawan-kawan parti di semua peringkat... nasional, negeri dan cabang, terangkan misi dan rancangan saya kiranya terpilih dan selebihnya terserah mereka membuat pilihan.


"Mereka telah buat pilihan dan saya hormati.
  “Oleh demikian saya tidak begitu terkesan dengan kekalahan saya.
"Saya tetap kekal dan berjuang terus dalam PKR," katanya dalam kenyataan hari ini.
Beliau tidak menjangka keputusannya untuk bertanding menyebabkannya sering diserang dan difitnah.

"Kawan-kawan dekat menjauh kerana lebih awal menyokong calon lain.

"Kawan-kawan jauh yang memang selama ini tidak sukakan saya semakin kencang menyerang," katanya.

Tegasnya, jawatan parti sepatutnya dijadikan ruang untuk memberi khidmat dan bukannya mengharapkan habuan atau menganggapnya sebagai milik peribadi mahu pun untuk membina empayar diri.

Katanya, kepimpinan yang terpilih kali ini akan memikul tugas berat bagi mempersiapkan parti menghadapi Pilihan Raya Umum (PRU) ke-14.

Saifuddin membentuk kem “Masa Depan Bersama” dengan dua calon naib presiden PKR iaitu Mohd Rafizi Ramli dan Nurul Izzah Anwar.

Keputusan terkini pemilihan PKR 2014 menunjukkan penyandang Mohamed Azmin Ali jauh mendahului dua pesaingnya dengan 21,066 undi sekaligus hampir pasti mengekalkan kerusinya sejak 13 tahun lalu.

Jumlah undian yang disiarkan dalam laman web rasmi PKR semalam menunjukkan, Menteri Besar Selangor Tan Sri Abdul Khalid Ibrahim menerima 17,608 undi manakala Saifuddin hanya mendapat 9,944 undi sahaja.

Sementara itu, beliau turut menyatakan sokongan terbuka terhadap Rafizi dan berharap Ahli Parlimen Pandan itu menang dalam pusingan akhir di cabang Kelana Jaya dan Puchong 10 Ogos ini.

"Rafizi satu-satunya pemimpin dalam PKR yang mewujudkan program latihan dengan biaya sendiri sebagai kaedah recruitment anak-anak muda profesional menyertai parti.

"Harapan saya adik saya Rafizi yang saya kenal sejak zaman pelajarnya, yang saya lantik sebagai Exco Pemuda PKR semasa saya memimpin pemuda (Ezam Mohd Nor dalam Kamunting), yang saya pujuk tinggalkan Petronas untuk sepenuh masa dengan parti... dapat terpilih sebagai salah seorang naib presiden," katanya. – 10 Julai, 2014.




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