Assalamualaikum dan salam sejahtera,

JEMPUTAN MEDIA - KEADILAN Kota Raja akan mengadakan Mesyuarat Agung Tahunan Kali Ke-7 di peringkat Cabang, Angkatan Muda dan Wanita seperti butiran berikut:

Tarikh       : 19 September 2015 (Sabtu)
Masa         : 4.00 petang
Tempat     : Dewan Serbaguna Klang Jaya, Jalan Selampit 26, Taman Klang Jaya, 41200 Klang
Perasmi    : YB Haniza Talha, ADUN Taman Medan, Ketua Wanita KEADILAN Selangor

Tarikh      : 19 September 2015 (Sabtu)
Masa        : 8.00 malam
Tempat     : Dewan Serbaguna Klang Jaya, Jalan Selampit 26, Taman Klang Jaya, 41200 Klang
Perasmi    : YBhg. Sdr Mohd Radzlan Bin Jalaludin, Naib Ketua Angkatan Muda KEADILAN Malaysia
YB Tn. Shuhaimi Bin Hj Shafiei, ADUN Sri Muda, Setiausaha Politik Kepada Menteri Besar Negeri Selangor

Tarikh       : 20 September 2015 (Ahad)
Masa        : 10.00 pagi
Tempat     : Dewan Serbaguna Klang Jaya, Jalan Selampit 26, Taman Klang Jaya, 41200 Klang
Perasmi    : YAB Tn. Azmin Ali, Menteri Besar Negeri Selangor

Sehubungan dengan itu, Tuan / Puan dijemput hadir membuat liputan.


Sumbangan Untuk Peserta Haji

Sumbangan haji RM100 kepada 7 penerima oleh YB Dr. Xavier Jayakumar, disampaikan oleh En. Fahmi, Ketua Kampung Telok Menegon.

Hadir bersama Presiden, YB Datuk Seri Dr. Wan Azizah ke Mesyuarat Agung Tahunan Cabang Hulu Langat pada 13 September 2015 yang bermula jam 2 petang di Dewan Orang Ramai Pekan Semenyih.

YB Dr. Xavier Jayakumar menghadiri Mesyuarat Agung Tahunan Cabang Kapar yang diadakan pada 13 September 2015 jam 10 pagi di Kapar.

Seminar Motivasi Pelajar PSRA JAIS

Teluk Menegon, 12 September 2015 - YB Dr. Xavier Jayakumar meluangkan masa untuk menghadiri satu program motivasi untuk pelajar-pelajar di Teluk Menegon. Turut bersama dalam program adalah En. Fahmi, Ketua Kampung Telok Menegon.

Majlis Penyampaian Bayaran Skim Mesra Usia Emas

Klang, 15 Ogos 2015 - YB Dr. Xavier Jayakumar pada hari ini menyampaikan bayaran Skim Mesra Usia Emas di Dewan Taman Klang Jaya.

Majlis yang bermula sejak pukul 9.00 pagi turut dihadiri Penghulu Mukim Jalan Kebun, Encik Abdul Wahab Othman dan Ketua Kampung Sungai Kandis, tuan Haji Miswan.

Prime Minister Needs to Walk the Talk

I read with much amusement of what Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak had addressed to his party members in Cheras, recently. He claimed so to speak that he is not a party president who wants all Umno leaders to behave as "yes man" to him.

(“But I am a president who wants our party to be disciplined. To hold on to party principles")

“We can change our views or argue in a meeting; if we want to bang the table we can also do so, just do not throw the chairs. But when the party makes a decision, we have to stand behind the collective responsibility,” he was quoted saying in a report by Bernama.

The Prime Minister said even though party leaders and members might disagree over a certain matter that had been decided, it could be renegotiated.

“I am not an autocratic person. Ask Ku Nan (Tengku Adnan), he also disagrees sometimes, but he remained as secretary-general,” he said.)

However, I am inclined to ask what does he mean by his statements. 

This is because the recent cabinet reshuffling, saw Najib ousting his deputy Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin from the cabinet line-up.

It is a known fact that Muhyiddin had been critical of Najib's decisions and had questioned the controversial national investment fund 1Malaysia Development Bhd. So much so that even the Prime Minister's Office chided his decision to be outspoken about the matter in the days leading to his ousting from the Cabinet.

It is clear, Muhyiddin was not a "yes man". Why then was he removed from cabinet?

On the contrary, newly appointed Communications and Multimedia Minister Datuk Seri Salleh Said Keruak had been supportive of Najib over 1MDB issue right from the get go. The then-Sabah Speaker was tireless in his typing out his views and publishing them via his blog:

Lo and behold, Salleh was appointed Minister instead.

I am not privy to Umno meetings chaired by Najib nor any other Umno meeting for that matter. However this still smells strongly of hypocrisy.

Despite Muhyiddin's disagreement over the matter, was the issue renegotiated to the point he had to lose his Cabinet post?

Or did Muhyiddin asked the wrong questions which cause himself and his allies posts in the Cabinet?

The RM2.6 billion issue in Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak's account has been taken out of context by the Umno president himself.

When details were furnished that the sum of monies were donated anonymous by someone by the Middle East for party expenditure, Najib was quick to turn the tables against the Opposition parties.

This by stating his willingness to reveal Umno's accounts and challenging PKR, DAP and PAS to do same. While each party has responded promptly with PKR deputy president Mohamed Azmin Ali and Selangor DAP chairman Tony Pua stating their respective parties willingness to do so, it amuses to know that the controversial amount of money discussed by the people today was unknown to many Umno members.

Following the expose by Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin and party vice president Datuk Seri Shafie Apdal who is also a member of the Umno Supreme Council that they too were clueless about the donation until it first surfaced has opened more scrutiny towards the Premier.

While PKR welcomes Najib's call to be transparent about Umno's account, perhaps he as a leader should emulate his call in being transparent on his personal bank accounts.

Afterall it was his personal account in Ambank that was exposed by the Wall Street Journal and not Umno's accounts instead. Answer the questions that has long bogged the minds of the rakyat including your No 2 in the party.

The ball is in your court, Prime Minister

YB Dr A Xavier Jayakumar
Vice President of Parti Keadilan Rakyat
Ahli Dewan Negeri Seri Andalas, Selangor

10 AUGUST 2015

Rally Against The Edge Suspension

Some 400 people, comprising journalists, lawyers, members of civil society groups and the public, rallied today against the three-month suspension of The Edge Weekly and The Edge Financial Daily, which have reported critically of debt-ridden state investor 1Malaysia Development Bhd (1MDB).

Marched from Central Market, carrying posters calling for press freedom and freedom of information.

The Edge is challenging the suspensions with a judicial review, and its move is said to be the first time a Malaysian media organisation has ever done so. The High Court has allowed its application for a judicial review but rejected a stay on the suspension.