Hamzah: Leaders breaking the law cause Muda registration to be rejected

Fleet Chief: United does lack electoral experience  United Youth (Armada) chief Wan Ahmad Fayhsal Wan Ahmad Kamal admitted the party's weakness in the Melaka PRN as revealed by its deputy president, Ahmad Faizal Azumu, especially regarding their lack of experience.  In fact, Wan Ahmad Fayhsal said it was a major challenge for the youth wing he led.  "It is true that one of the main challenges of Bersatu does not include the Armada. Most who joined United had never joined other political parties before.  "Most of the Armada members are also participating in politics for the first time. I also filled out the political party form for the first time. So we really lack experience, lack knowledge.  "But we will be matured with the experiences we have gone through in Sabah and Melaka," he said when met after Armada's policy speech at the United Annual General Assembly, in Kuala Lumpur, today.  Earlier, when officiating the event, Ahmad Faizal raised the weakness of the party, which only won 2 out of 15 seats , in the Melaka PRN last month.  Faizal, among others, raised the issue of pointing fingers at others, loose team spirit and lack of electoral knowledge.  However, commenting further, Wan Ahmad Fayhsal, who is also the deputy minister of unity, said Armada was ready to learn from past weaknesses and mistakes.  "We will improve, we do not want to blame any party.  "What is important we know for us to remain relevant in the next election, Armada needs to have a special strategic plan," he added.    NGOs urge to look after the welfare of Malaysians stranded abroad  An NGO today urged the government to make it easier to repatriate Malaysians stranded abroad.  Pertubuhan Peneraju Insan Sungai Siput from Perak made the call after helping Rogayah Abdullah, a 35 -year -old woman from Kedah who lives in Sulawesi, Indonesia, to return to Malaysia.  NGO secretary Indrani Selvakumar said Rogayah, who wanted to return to Malaysia after the death of her Indonesian husband in July, found a dead end due to financial problems and children's citizenship issues.  Indrani said one of his children who was born in Kendari, Sulawesi failed to get a passport from the Malaysian embassy.  He said the four-month-old had to use an Indonesian passport obtained with the republic's immigration assistance which detained them for overstaying.  "The woman contacted our embassy in Jakarta, she was told that she could not be helped and had to work on her own to provide all the documents needed to return to Malaysia.  “In fact, our embassy also said that there is no provision to help financially to return to Malaysia. They also said the embassy had no place to accommodate this family.  "What is the function of our embassy abroad if it cannot help the people themselves? What SOPs (standard operating procedures) are practiced to the point of oppressing the people themselves?" The question is.   Indrani said they helped the woman financially after finding out about the issue through the woman's sister who lives in Sungai Siput.  "We received the case around the end of October. When, I contacted the Malaysian Embassy in Jakarta, I was shocked by their reply that the embassy could not help because the woman did not have complete documents to go home.  "Then, we contacted the Indonesian Immigration which is willing to help in the case of his third child getting a passport.  "They only asked for the original marriage certificate as proof. After handing over the marriage certificate, within 24 hours, the immigration authorities will provide a passport to the third child, "he said.  “The only help received from our embassy was to give a letter at our request stating that this woman is very poor and all costs for quarantine in Malaysia should be waived.  "He returned to Malaysia on December 9. All flight costs including tickets for four people are borne by our NGO, "he said.  The NGO also said they were negotiating with the Ministry of Health (MOH) to get relief for the cost of the Covid-19 test at the airport apart from the quarantine fee of about RM4,000.  They claimed that, initially, the MOH did not entertain the Malaysian embassy letter informing the quarantine application at home and detained the woman and her three children for almost three hours.  “After, discussions between us and the MOH, and in particular courtesy of an officer from the revenue division, the woman was given free quarantine for 10 days.  "I see this case as 'opening eyes' to the government to review the SOP in helping Malaysians stranded abroad," he said.  Hamzah: Leaders breaking the law cause Muda registration to be rejected  Home Minister Hamzah Zainudin claimed that the Ikatan Demokratik Malaysia (Muda) Party had failed to register previously due to legal offenses committed by the party's leaders.  Hamzah asserted, therefore his party had to postpone Muda's registration.  “(Young Sponsor President) Syed Saddiq Abdul Rahman has met me, he really asked and I have advised him.  The problem that I had to reject (Muda registration) within a day is because in the Department of Registration of Societies (RoS) Act, we do not allow any member or member of the sponsor committee, any person who wants to form a new party to break the law in the country.  ADS  “But when we want to pass the day period, they have done many mistakes such as doing demonstrations and doing things that violate the country's laws.  "So, according to the act, I had to not approve because many of their sponsoring committees are individuals who committed offenses," he said when met by reporters after the opening of the fourth United Annual General Assembly, in Kuala Lumpur, today.  On September 17 last year, Muda applied to the Department of Registration of Societies (RoS) to register it as a political party, but was rejected on January 6 this year.  On February 4, Muda appealed to Hamzah following the rejection.  However, on August 11, Hamzah in a letter rejected the appeal for the party's registration without stating any reason for the rejection.  On September 21, a High Court judge allowed Syed Saddiq to file a legal review of Hamzah's rejection of Muda's application.  The High Court on December 14 ordered the Home Ministry to allow Muda to be registered as a political party within 14 days, as well as pay costs of RM10,000.  Commenting on the matter, Hamzah, who is also Bersatu secretary -general, said his party would discuss with the party's chairman, Muhyiddin Yassin and prime minister, Ismail Sabri Yaakob regarding further action against Muda.  “Since the court has decided to give an opportunity and it is said that it is the right of any (party) to form a party, then I have already discussed this matter with my party president (Muhyiddin Yassin) and also discussed with the prime minister (Ismail Sabri Yaakob) , I will announce on Monday, God willing, "he said.

Fleet Chief: United does lack electoral experience


United Youth (Armada) chief Wan Ahmad Fayhsal Wan Ahmad Kamal admitted the party's weakness in the Melaka PRN as revealed by its deputy president, Ahmad Faizal Azumu, especially regarding their lack of experience.

In fact, Wan Ahmad Fayhsal said it was a major challenge for the youth wing he led.

"It is true that one of the main challenges of Bersatu does not include the Armada. Most who joined United had never joined other political parties before.

"Most of the Armada members are also participating in politics for the first time. I also filled out the political party form for the first time. So we really lack experience, lack knowledge.

"But we will be matured with the experiences we have gone through in Sabah and Melaka," he said when met after Armada's policy speech at the United Annual General Assembly, in Kuala Lumpur, today.

Earlier, when officiating the event, Ahmad Faizal raised the weakness of the party, which only won 2 out of 15 seats , in the Melaka PRN last month.

Faizal, among others, raised the issue of pointing fingers at others, loose team spirit and lack of electoral knowledge.

However, commenting further, Wan Ahmad Fayhsal, who is also the deputy minister of unity, said Armada was ready to learn from past weaknesses and mistakes.

"We will improve, we do not want to blame any party.

"What is important we know for us to remain relevant in the next election, Armada needs to have a special strategic plan," he added.

NGOs urge to look after the welfare of Malaysians stranded abroad


An NGO today urged the government to make it easier to repatriate Malaysians stranded abroad.

Pertubuhan Peneraju Insan Sungai Siput from Perak made the call after helping Rogayah Abdullah, a 35 -year -old woman from Kedah who lives in Sulawesi, Indonesia, to return to Malaysia.

NGO secretary Indrani Selvakumar said Rogayah, who wanted to return to Malaysia after the death of her Indonesian husband in July, found a dead end due to financial problems and children's citizenship issues.

Indrani said one of his children who was born in Kendari, Sulawesi failed to get a passport from the Malaysian embassy.

He said the four-month-old had to use an Indonesian passport obtained with the republic's immigration assistance which detained them for overstaying.

"The woman contacted our embassy in Jakarta, she was told that she could not be helped and had to work on her own to provide all the documents needed to return to Malaysia.

“In fact, our embassy also said that there is no provision to help financially to return to Malaysia. They also said the embassy had no place to accommodate this family.

"What is the function of our embassy abroad if it cannot help the people themselves? What SOPs (standard operating procedures) are practiced to the point of oppressing the people themselves?" The question is.


Indrani said they helped the woman financially after finding out about the issue through the woman's sister who lives in Sungai Siput.

"We received the case around the end of October. When, I contacted the Malaysian Embassy in Jakarta, I was shocked by their reply that the embassy could not help because the woman did not have complete documents to go home.

"Then, we contacted the Indonesian Immigration which is willing to help in the case of his third child getting a passport.

"They only asked for the original marriage certificate as proof. After handing over the marriage certificate, within 24 hours, the immigration authorities will provide a passport to the third child, "he said.

“The only help received from our embassy was to give a letter at our request stating that this woman is very poor and all costs for quarantine in Malaysia should be waived.

"He returned to Malaysia on December 9. All flight costs including tickets for four people are borne by our NGO, "he said.

The NGO also said they were negotiating with the Ministry of Health (MOH) to get relief for the cost of the Covid-19 test at the airport apart from the quarantine fee of about RM4,000.

They claimed that, initially, the MOH did not entertain the Malaysian embassy letter informing the quarantine application at home and detained the woman and her three children for almost three hours.

“After, discussions between us and the MOH, and in particular courtesy of an officer from the revenue division, the woman was given free quarantine for 10 days.

"I see this case as 'opening eyes' to the government to review the SOP in helping Malaysians stranded abroad," he said.

Hamzah: Leaders breaking the law cause Muda registration to be rejected


Home Minister Hamzah Zainudin claimed that the Ikatan Demokratik Malaysia (Muda) Party had failed to register previously due to legal offenses committed by the party's leaders.

Hamzah asserted, therefore his party had to postpone Muda's registration.

“(Young Sponsor President) Syed Saddiq Abdul Rahman has met me, he really asked and I have advised him.

The problem that I had to reject (Muda registration) within a day is because in the Department of Registration of Societies (RoS) Act, we do not allow any member or member of the sponsor committee, any person who wants to form a new party to break the law in the country.

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“But when we want to pass the day period, they have done many mistakes such as doing demonstrations and doing things that violate the country's laws.

"So, according to the act, I had to not approve because many of their sponsoring committees are individuals who committed offenses," he said when met by reporters after the opening of the fourth United Annual General Assembly, in Kuala Lumpur, today.

On September 17 last year, Muda applied to the Department of Registration of Societies (RoS) to register it as a political party, but was rejected on January 6 this year.

On February 4, Muda appealed to Hamzah following the rejection.

However, on August 11, Hamzah in a letter rejected the appeal for the party's registration without stating any reason for the rejection.

On September 21, a High Court judge allowed Syed Saddiq to file a legal review of Hamzah's rejection of Muda's application.

The High Court on December 14 ordered the Home Ministry to allow Muda to be registered as a political party within 14 days, as well as pay costs of RM10,000.

Commenting on the matter, Hamzah, who is also Bersatu secretary -general, said his party would discuss with the party's chairman, Muhyiddin Yassin and prime minister, Ismail Sabri Yaakob regarding further action against Muda.

“Since the court has decided to give an opportunity and it is said that it is the right of any (party) to form a party, then I have already discussed this matter with my party president (Muhyiddin Yassin) and also discussed with the prime minister (Ismail Sabri Yaakob) , I will announce on Monday, God willing, "he said.
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