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Friday, 2 April 2010

Nama Najib Dan Malaysia Tercemar!, 145 Ahli Parlimen Seluruh Dunia Tuntut Gugurkan Kes Anwar



Mesyuarat ke-122 Himpunan Ahli-ahli Parlimen Sedunia (IPU) di Bangkok hari ini sebulat suara mendedak kerajaan Malaysia menggugurkan pertuduhan liwat ke atas Ketua Pembangkang, Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim berdasarkan kepada dua laporan perubatan yang menolak kemungkinan perbuatan tersebut berlaku.

Dalam satu kenyataan yang dikeluarkan di Bangkok, IPU berkata badan tersebut amat bimbang terhadap pertuduhan dan prosiding terhadap Anwar yang dianggap tercalar dan hampir sama dengan perbicaraan kes yang serupa pada 1998.

Mesyuarat IPU semalam yang menghimpun Ahli-ahli Parlimen dari 145 negara diseluruh dunia menyatakan bahawa Jawatankuasa Hak Asasi Ahli Parlimen akan melaporkan keputusan sebulat suara berhubung perbiacraan Anwar kepada Lembaga Pengelola IPU.

Resolusi tersebut dibentangkan kepada Lembaga Pengelola IPU oleh pengerusi jawatankuasa tersebut, Senator Aquilino Q Pimentel Jr untuk diterimapakai.

"Adalah amat membimbangkan anggota pasukan pendakwaan yang terlibat dalam perbicaraan kes liwat yang pertama, yang mana Ketua Pendakwa ketika itu kini dilantik sebagai Peguam Negara. Beliau dituduh merekacipta bukti terhadap Anwar dan kini terlibat sekali lagi dalam perbicaran terkini. Pasukan pembelaan Anwar telah dinafikan dokumen dan bukti dan dihalang daripada menyediakan pembelaan yang tuntas.

"IPU berpendirian bahawa pembelaan adalah sebahagian daripada elemen keadilan dalan sesuatu perbicaraan dan kegagalan memberi hak kepada pasukan pembelaan dan sebarang keputusan mahkamah hasil daripada tindakan itu dianggap pada dasarnya ditolak," tegas IPU.

Badan itu juga meminbta Setiausaha Agung IPU supaya memastikan wakil IPU akan berada sebagai pemerhati dalam perbicaraan akan datang.

IPU juga meminta Jawatankuasa Hak Asasi Ahli Parlimen agar terus meneliti kes yang sabitkan kepada Ahli Parlimen Permatang Pauh itu dan menyediakan laporan pada mesyuarat IPU ke-123 pada Oktober 2010.

Tiga wakil Pakatan Rakyat yang hadir termasuk Ahli Parlimen Petaling Jaya Selatan, Hee Loy Sian, Ahli Parlimen Kota Melaka, Sim Tong Him dan Senator Mumtaz Md Nawi.

IPU adalah sebuah organisasi yang dianggotai oleh Ahli Parlimen dari seluruh dunia dan ditubuhkan pada 1889.

Ia berfungsi sebagai wadah dialog antarabangsa yang berjuang untuk keamanan dan kerjasama serta mengukuhkan sistem demokrasi. -SK


Petikan dari Kenyataan Media IPU

Senator Aquilino Pimentel, President of the Committee of the Human Rights of Parliamentarians of the Inter-Parliamentary Union (IPU), gave his report to the IPU Governing Council on the last day of the 122nd Assembly in Bangkok. The Committee had examined the individual situations of 293 parliamentarians in 32 countries, among them public cases in Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Belarus, Burundi, Cambodia, Colombia, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Ecuador, Eritrea, Lebanon, Madagascar, Malaysia, Mongolia, Myanmar, Niger, Palestine/Israel, the Philippines, the Russian Federation, Rwanda, Sri Lanka, Turkey and Zimbabwe.

After talks with the parliamentary delegation from Afghanistan, Senator Pimentel said that the prosecution of Afghan MP Ms. Malalai Joya for a statement she had made would be closed and that, if she wished, she could run in the elections in Afghanistan later this year. The President of the Committee on the Human Rights of MPs hoped that “in the few months between now and the elections, the Afghan Parliament will reinstate Ms. Joya as a symbolic gesture”.

Among the new cases presented to the IPU Governing Council, Senator Pimentel pointed out the case of Mr. Anwar Ibrahim of Malaysia, currently de facto leader of the opposition Peoples Alliance. The IPU Committee dealt with Mr. Ibrahim's case some years ago when he was prosecuted and found guilty of abuse of power and sodomy.

Senator Pimentel explained that although Anwar Ibrahim had been officially barred from standing in elections until April 2008, he had in fact been able to campaign in the March 2008 elections. He was finally re-elected in a by-election on 26 August 2008. Earlier the same month, a new sodomy charge was brought against him and trial proceedings started in February this year. “The investigation and the proceedings seem to suffer from the same flaws as in the previous sodomy case” he added.


Turning to the cases of twelve MPs-elect imprisoned in Myanmar, Mr. Pimentel called on the Myanmar authorities to ensure that the elections were inclusive, free and fair. That, he said, would require that they change the recently enacted electoral laws. “With the elections drawing to a close, time is running short”.

The IPU Committee also reported on numerous other cases occurring on other continents. In Africa, for example, the case of the parliamentarians arrested and detained after the National Assembly of Niger was dissolved last year reached a satisfactory solution after the Committee sent a delegation to Niamey to meet President Tanja and the parliamentarians. The situation in Niger remains unpredictable, however, after the military took power in February and dissolved the parliament. 
http://greenboc.blogspot.com/2010/04/nama-malaysia-dan-najib-tercemar-145.html

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