Friday, March 16, 2012

Doubtful Federal will set up RCI

KOTA KINABALU, 15 March 2012: Sabah Progressive Party (SAPP) is doubtful that the Federal Government will set up the Royal Commission of Inquiry (RCI) on illegal immigrants in Sabah.

Information Chief Chong Pit Fah said there has been no sign that the Federal Government would set up the RCI despite being pressed by many quarters here including SAPP.

He said the ruling Sabah Barisan Nasional (BN) component parties like PBS, UPKO and LDP then followed suit and tried to champion the issue by making various statements confirming that the RCI is to be set up.

"However, PBS, UPKO and LDP got red faced when Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak didn't make any announcement about the matter during his recent visit to Sabah," he said.

Chong said the Federal Government's silence on the issue is indication that there is no RCI at all.

He said that such action clearly showed that the Federal Government was not sincere to solve the perennial problems of illegal immigrants here.

"No RCI and no sincerity … the Federal Government is attempting to sweep the decade long problems under the carpet.

"Those problems include the Project IC where foreigners including illegal immigrants were given MyKad and registered as voters as well as becoming members of BN component parties like Umno," said Chong.

He said PKR's Dr Chong Eng Leong statement that some 200,000 names in Sabah electoral rolls are dubious does holds water.

He added that even PBS Vice President Datuk Radin Malleh had produced large numbers of old ICs whose identity were doubted in Parliament in 1995 but was not entertained.

Chong claimed that the Federal Government was worried that the RCI would reveal the truth and backfire on them.

He said the present State Government also did not make any stand whether to support the setting up of RCI or otherwise.

According to him, SAPP would continue to fight for the setting up of the RCI in order to solve the long withstanding illegal immigrant problems in Sabah.

39 comments:

  1. I believe that the federal government would form a RCI on illegal immigrants in Sabah soon.

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    1. They will. No doubt about that.

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    2. For goodness sake, how can people be so naive to believe that the BN/UMNO government will do so? The BN/UMNO had been agreeing to this & that to peoples of Sabah for so many years and meanwhile their policies had been working against Sabahans. Cabotage policy that make cost of goods more expensive for many years, Felda "occupying" Sabah lands, Federal taxes from oil palms, the Malaysia Formation treaty, etc. It is only BN peoples want to mislead Sabahans & working against the Sabahans.

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    3. The panel is there and now waiting to materialize.

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  2. belum ada pengumuman rasmi sama ada RCI ditubuhkan atau tidak..

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    1. Harap pengumuman berkenaan dengan RCI akan di umukan tidak lama lagi.

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    2. Sebab mereka tengah merangka kaedah yang akan diguna pakai dalam siasatan RCI itu nanti.

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    3. RCI memang akan ditubuhkan.

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  3. The current condition of the illegal immigrants issue is serious, serious to the point that we sabahans could be soon be outnumbered by them. Therefore, there is no doubt that the government will set up RCI in sabah.

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    1. Agree. Govt will set up the RCI. GE is around the corner,of course they will do their best to solve the current problems. We want to know the causes of sudden increase of PATI in Sabah. Hope the govt can come up will better solution.

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    2. AS I LOOK AT IT, YOU SABAHANS ARE EITHER STILL SLEEPING OR VERY VERY NAIVE. Please wake up. The UMNO/BN government had been working your interest Right From The Beginning.

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    3. The City Hall manage to nab child beggars in KK. Bravo.

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  4. The government is concern about the illegal immigrant issue in sabah so we should be hearing about RCI being set up in sabah soon.

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    1. Just hope RCI will be set up before election comes.

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    2. Don't just HOPE. Wake up from your dream. Vote out UMNO/BN and things will be better for Sabahans with Pakatan Rakyat. Do not opt for independent. That is just you need to do. Pakatan Rakyat will work to implement 20 Points of the Malaysia Agreement. We over here in the west LOVE you.

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    3. Yes as what Max said, the BN government is actually concerned about the increasing amount of illegals in Sabah.

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  5. SAPP tau ckp dan bisng ja pasal RCI, tapi BN -UPKO yg bersusah payah dan menubuhkannya, kini ia dah dipersetujui oleh PM dan ia pasti kan ditubuhkan setelah terma rujukan ditetapkan.

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    1. RCI pasti akan di tubuhkan, PM pasrti akan menunaikan janji beliau.

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    2. SAPP hanya tau bercakap sahaja, cuba sama2 bekerjasama menyelesaikan masalah inii lagi bagus.

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    3. Memang tu, salah satu cara SAPP.

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  6. penubuhan RCI harus dibuat dengan pertimbangan dan perlaksanaan yang wajar

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  7. surely all Sabahans want to know if the sudden increase in the Sabah population in the last decade is related to the huge number of foreigners who might have entered Sabah either legally or illegally and how they managed to obtain MyKads.

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  8. In view of illegal immigrants is a serious matter and should not be taken lightly by all parties, then it must be resolved immediately.

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    1. PATI have caused so much trouble. They should be cast away from here.

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  9. Let the decision be made ​​by the government for the benefit of all

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    1. Harap keputusan dari kerajaan nanti akan dapat memmuaskan hati semua pihak.

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  10. harap RCI ini dapat diumumkan tarikh perlaksanaannya oleh kerajaan sebelum pilihanraya umum bermula

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  11. Anonymous II ver 2.0March 20, 2012 at 2:59 PM

    SAPP throws in the towel too soon.

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  12. Anonymous II ver 2.0March 20, 2012 at 3:00 PM

    The Najib Administration is still considering the setting up the RCI.

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  13. Anonymous II ver 2.0March 20, 2012 at 3:01 PM

    As of this point, they (the Najib administration) is still considering the terms of reference pertaining to this matter.

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  14. Anonymous II ver 2.0March 20, 2012 at 3:01 PM

    All strata of society of Sabah is waiting in anticipation for the anouncement of this matter.

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  15. Anonymous II ver 2.0March 20, 2012 at 3:02 PM

    The PM will definitely make the announcement once all loose ends in the term of rewference is finalized.

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  16. RCI pasti akan di umukan tidak lama lagi.Harap masalah PATI akan dapat selesai.

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  17. Doubtful?? I thought Federal will implement this RCI but not this time wait for the suitable time.

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    1. RCI which involve a huge of public funds should be planned carefully.. that's why it's take time..

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  18. Be positive. SAPP actually wants the RCI or not? Don't mislead the people with negative assumption.

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    1. they are actually want to win votes, not RCI.. RCI is only as a tool to get more support..

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  19. and I totally doubtful with sapp as well.. why not they demand for RCI during YTL tenure as chief minister of Sabah??

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