RM 32 million spent on DAP propaganda!

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Dari Akhbar China Press, 25 Mei 2016

Soalan dan Jawapan Sidang DUN Pulau Pinang

Sejak mula diterbitkan sehingga kini, Kerajaan Negeri Pulau Pinang telah menerbitkan dan mengedarkan sejumlah 32.73 juta naskah Buletin Mutiara.

Kerajaan Pulau Pinang telah membelanjakanji sebanyak RM 35.94 juta untuk penerbitan, percetakan dan pengangkutan dan lain-lain kos untuk lidah rasmi Kerajaan Negeri tersebut.

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The Daggers Are Out In PKR!

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The Real Tokong

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Tokong, No Need To Mull, Read This!

ADNAN YAAKOB

In a landmark judgment, the Court of Appeal ruled that politicians cannot sue media for defamation over statements made about them in their capacity as public figures.

Justice Rohana Yusof allowed Utusan Melayu (M) Bhd’s bid to strike out Pahang Mentri Besar Datuk Seri Adnan Yaakob’s defamation suit over an article titled “Hebat Sangatkah Adnan?”.

The unanimous decision agreed with the publisher’s argument of using the Derbyshire principle, that public figures have no legal standing to mount defamation suits.

The principle is based on a British case, Derbyshire County Council v Times Newspapers Ltd (1993) that laid down the principle in common law that a public body is barred from suing a citizen for libel because this would discourage free speech.

Justice Rohana found that the said libellous article, when read as a whole, referred to Adnan by his post as the mentri besar.

“The court is satisfied it is an obvious case for strike out,” she said.

The three-person panel which also included Justices Idrus Harun and Mary Lim ordered Adnan to pay RM3,000 in cost.

Utusan Melayu was represented by lawyer Datuk M. Reza Hassan and Azhar Arman Ali, while counsel Americk Sidhu appeared for Adnan.

M. Reza told reporters that the case could have landmark implications as it meant public figures could only sue for defamation if the attack was personal in nature.

He said: “This carries a significant impact to media, possibly shielding them from defamation in cases where people criticise politicians.”

On July 23 last year, the Kuala Lumpur High Court dismissed Utusan Melayu’s bid to strike out the suit, and ordered the publisher to pay Adnan RM3,000 in costs.

Justice Yeoh Wee Siam disagreed with Utusan Melayu’s argument that as an elected representative, the mentri besar has no locus standi to file the suit.

In the suit filed in Dec 2014, Adnan said Utusan Melayu had tarnished his reputation as a national leader and politician through an article in its paper Mingguan Malaysia.

He claimed the article, published on Nov 9 that year, implied he had failed to carry out his duties and overstayed his position as the mentri besar.

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Tokong in Dictatorial Form!

Penang Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng says he's contemplating legal action against The Star newspaper. — Picture by Yusof Mat Isa

Penang Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng says he’s contemplating legal action against The Star newspaper. — Picture by Yusof Mat Isa

Source: Malay Mail Online

Guan Eng mulls lawsuit against The Star writer alleging cutting DAP-PKR tie

Penang Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng said today he may take legal action against The Star after the national daily published an article claiming he would sever ties with Pakatan Harapan ally PKR over a contentious state land reclamation project.

The DAP secretary-general said he is consulting his lawyers on action against the newspaper’s regional editor K. Suthakar who penned the article headlined “Pakatan’s survival hinges on land reclamation motion to be tabled in state assembly” published today.

“My lawyers will see if there is any basis to take action. The article is a malicious lie and slanderous,” he told reporters outside the state legislative assembly here.

The article alleged that Lim had warned five PKR assemblymen during a Pakatan Harapan pre-council meeting that he would sever his party’s relationship with theirs if they abstained from voting again, against a Barisan Nasional (BN) representative’s motion on the state land reclamation projects.

The five from Penang PKR abstained from voting down BN’s motion last November against land reclamation projects in the state pending environmental studies and public consultations.

The five are Bukit Tengah assemblyman Ong Chin Wen, Kebun Bunga assemblyman Cheah Kah Peng, Batu Uban assemblyman Dr T. Jayabalan, Penanti assemblyman Dr Norlela Ariffin and Machang Bubuk assemblyman Lee Khai Loon.

BN resubmitted another motion in the current sitting seeking to stop a proposal to reclaim lain off the island state’s southern coast.

Earlier today, Ong told reporters he and his PKR colleagues maintain their stance, but refused to state how they would vote on the motion.

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Berhentilah Menghina Orang Sarawak

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DAP Racist Scum At Work

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DAP Election Strategy

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