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Berikutan cadangan Menteri Besar Selangor untuk mengembalikan kuasa Sultan di Negeri Selangor selepas kuasa Sultan ditarik dan diserahkan kepada Kerajaan Pusat..apakah reaksi Pemimpin DAP...????
Adakah DAP dapat menerima jika Kuasa Sultan dikembalikan sepenuhnya kepada Sultan...Bolehkah DAP menerima kenyataan ini..????
DAP kelihatan masih ragu-ragu untuk mengembalikan kuasa Sultan kepada kerajaan Selangor yang mana nanti akan kembali memakan diri Pakatan Rakyat....
Bagaimana suatu masa nanti Pakatan Rakyat berjaya memerintah Malaysia???adakah Pakatan Rakyat terutama DAP akan mengembalikan sepenuhnya Kuasa kepada Yang Dipertuan Agong dan Sultan di setiap Negeri...????Adakah perkara ini akan berlaku...????
DAP nampaknya semakin menjadi Budak Baik dalam Parti Pakatan Rakyat kerana semakin boleh menerima kenyataan-kenyataan yang mana suatu ketika dahulu mereka anggap sebagai isu sensitif....
Karpal Singh sudah boleh menerima Malaysia sebagai Negara Islam....Kuasa Sultan Melayu bagaimana pula...????
Berikut merupakan kenyataan yang telah dikeluarkan mengenai perkara ini dalam TheMalaysian Insider ..boleh lihat sini...http://www.themalaysianinsider.com/malaysia/article/dap-uneasy-over-move-to-restore-sultans-power/
Selangor DAP leaders appeared ill at ease today over the state government’s plans to restore the Sultan’s power to appoint senior civil servants.Selangor DAP chief Teresa Kok confirmed today that her party and the government would push for constitutional amendments to restore the Sultan’s as well as the Mentri Besar’s powers.
“An effort has to be made. Utusan Malaysia has always said that we are against the Sultan, that we are “penderhaka” (traitors). Well with these amendments, we want to see how they will react... will they support us? Who is actually against the Sultan?” Kok, a senior state executive councillor, told The Malaysian Insider today.
However when asked whether the DAP was in actual support of restoring the Sultan’s powers which had been limited after 1993, Kok replied that the amendments were not “just about restoring the Sultan’s powers.”“You cannot say it like that, it’s not just about (restoring the powers) of the Sultan...its how the 1993 provision in the constitution was worded. We have to study this. By right, the Agong acts upon the advice of the Prime Minister, similarly the Sultan acts upon the advice of the Mentri Besar or the Chief Minister. It is a return of power to the Sultan, yes but also (to) the state,” the exco said today.
The country’s richest state has been in turmoil for the past week since the chief secretary to the government named Datuk Mohd Khusrin Munawi to replace outgoing State Secretary Datuk Ramli Mahmud.The Pakatan Rakyat (PR) state government has rejected Mohd Khusrin’s appointment and insists it has the right to name its own person for the job.
Other Selangor DAP leaders have however chosen to sidestep the issue, refusing to state their support or not for the proposed amendments.“PKR, PAS and DAP will make a decision on this together... but DAP needs to seek more legal advice before making a decision. MB will have another briefing today to explain the details,” said Selangor DAP secretary Ean Yong Hian Wah.
Ean Yong told the Malaysian Insider that the party would ultimately support the “final decision” of the Selangor MB.“What final decision is made, DAP will support it fully,” said Ean Yong.Selangor DAP vice-chairman Charles Santiago did not want to comment on the matter before looking at the draft for the proposed amendment, saying that it was Khalid’s idea.
“I have not seen the bill. MB came out with the idea, so I don’t think I want to comment on this. MB will be having a meeting today with Pakatan MPs and Aduns to discuss and update us on the matter,” Santiago told The Malaysian Insider.
Tan Sri Khalid Ibrahim announced yesterday that Selangor will hold an emergency sitting of the state legislative assembly to change the state constitution to return to the mentri besar and Sultan the power to appoint the state secretary, state finance officer and state legal adviser.He said the Sultan was of the view that he (the Sultan) had no power to accept or reject candidates recommended by the Public Service Commission (PSC) for executive posts.
The Selangor MB also said that there would be no oath-taking ceremony between Mohd Khusrin and himself, adding that Mohd Khusrin will not be allowed to attend any executive council or state economic council meetings without first taking the oath of secrecy.PR component party PKR has blamed UMNO for the erosion of royal powers and said that PR will restore them to the pre-1993 period when the functions of the monarchy in administration were not so restricted.
PKR information chief Dr Muhammad Nur Manuty claimed earlier today that the two constitutional amendments in 1983 and 1993 to reduce the functions of the Sultans were made without the approval of the Conference of Malay Rulers.In expressing its support for the move by the Selangor government to restore the state Ruler’s power to appoint senior civil servants, Muhammad Nur said the action was consistent with Pakatan Rakyat’s (PR) common policy framework launched in late 2009.
“Keadilan is confident that the move to restore the power of appointing the three senior executive officers to the Sultan and mentri besar is a significant move to strengthen the institution of the constitutional monarchy, in line with the Pakatan Rakyat’s common policy framework,” he had said.It is now understood that the state government is considering amending the state constitution with retrospective effect to break the impasse over the appointment of Mohd Khusrin as the state secretary.