Tuesday, 14 April 2015

‘Nazri still believes Sabahans stupid’

Where were the laws that federal minister Nazri Aziz was referring to when the sinister Project IC was executed to issue MyKads to illegal?

KOTA KINABALU: A senior lawyer here has accused federal minister Nazri Abdul Aziz of “lying” when he said it will be “difficult” for the federal government to re-issue new MyKads for Sabah because it involved “laws” which needed to be studied.

Demanding to know what “laws” Nazri was referring to, Daniel Jambun said: “Nazri is lying and avoiding the proposal. He still believes Sabahans are stupid and can be lied to.

“He has the audacity to say it is difficult to solve the MyKad problem when the solution is right in his very hands.

“What laws is he talking about? If there are laws to be looked into, then look into them.”

Jambun, who is Sabah State Reform Party (STAR) deputy chairman, said Nazri’s explanation clearly showed that Putrajaya has not learned anything from the Lahad Datu intrusion and bloodshed, and persists in toying with the lives of Sabahans.

“As far as we know, the federal government, through the National Registration Department, has the complete prerogative to re-issue MyKads anytime, even to change the designs anytime it wants.

“There is no need to pass such an undertaking through Parliament, or to have it gazetted, ” he said in a statement here.

Jambun, who is also the president of the Borneo Plight Malaysia Foundation (BOMIFO), challenged Nazri to explain what laws were used in the illegal issuance of hundreds of thousands of MyKads to refugees and illegal immigrants since the 1990s.

He reminded Nazri that it was he who arrogantly said the illegals were not a security problem in Sabah but that had blown back at him with the Lahad Datu intrusion by the armed Sulus.

“The fact is there was no law used except the law of the jungle and the shameless law of robbers, thieves and traitors.

“The federal government ignored the Federal Constitution and many other laws to commit the treasonous acts of issuing the MyKads to illegals.

“If they could do that for foreigners, why can’t they do the same legally for the people of Sabah?” he asked.

He claimed Nazri’s response to calls to revoke and re-issue bona fide Sabahans with a fresh MyKad gave the impression that the federal government wants to perpetuate the dominance of illegals in Sabah for political purposes.

“Why is it so easy to do the wrong thing and yet they [the authorities] refuse to do the right thing?”



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