Sunday, March 8, 2009

Anwar Ibrahim - National Address, 8th March, 2009

Pada 8 Mac 2009, Anwar Ibrahim akan menyampaikan Pidato Kebangsaan sempena meraikan sambutan setahun kejayaan Pakatan Rakyat dalam Pilihan Raya Umum ke-12 tahun lalu.

Pidato beliau akan menumpu pada isu-isu ke arah membina penyatuan rakyat Malaysia. Beliau juga dijangka akan mengumumkan pendekatan yang perlu diambil oleh pimpinan Pakatan Rakyat dalam menghadapi cabaran kemelesetan ekonomi serta perancangan mewujudkan lebih banyak peluang pekerjaan dan usaha meningkatkan mutu pendidikan negara.


On March 8th 2009 Dato Seri Anwar Ibrahim will deliver a National Address on the one year anniversary of the 12th General Elections in which the Pakatan Rakyat achieved unprecedented gains.

His speech will call for unity among the Malaysian people and declare a firm resolve on the part of the Pakatan Rakyat to work hard to face the challenges of the economic recession, create new jobs for Malaysians and improve access to quality education. He will also highlight the many successes achieved by Pakatan Rakyat governments in the five states to reduce corruption, increase investment and create jobs during a period when thousands of Malaysians have been left unemployed.

The speech, which will take place at the Majlis Bandaraya Shah Alam Auditorium, will be broadcast live on TV Antara. It is the first National Address since the March 2008 elections.

Sunday March 8th, 2009
4:30 PM (GMT + 8)
Wisma MBSA, Shah Alam, Selangor


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Anonymous said...

Can Ku Li be invited to the National Address function? After all it has tipped that Ku Li will bring 26 BN-MPs jumping-boat to Pakatan Rakyat very soon. Dont title them FROGS, we should instead address them "The MPs From The Darkess To The Light"

Syabas, DSAI, let your words of your heart flow into millions of heart to night

Francis said...

Only Ibans can bring about a change in the Sarawak government because they make up the largest number of voters. The Ibans outnumber the combined total population of all the other Dayaks.

However, Ibans will not be able to bring about the much needed change - not in Batang Ai and not in the coming state election. So the Dayaks will continue to be subservient to the Taib Mahmud family in the next 40 years.

No, there will be no change to the status quo. Ibans will continue to be divided. Already, in Batang Ai, there is a squabble among Ibans about the choice of PKR candidate.

The BN money machinery will ensure that there is more than enough tuak flowing and more than enough pigs slaughtered to satisfy the longhouse people. That's about quite enough to get the Ibans to vote for the BN candidate.

The Dayak bloggers are here to just "syok sendiri" thinking that they can influence the longhouse people. It's a pathetic attempt. The real work for PKR is organizing at the grassroots level. But even doing so, without a clear vision and shared goals, the grassroots is rooting for the BN.

Most unfortunate of all, there no strong visionary, influential leader of the Ibans. And there is none in the Bidayuh and other communities. In the absence of this, the Ibans and Dayaks will continue to be enslaved in the next 40 years by the Taib Mahmud dynasty.

My suggestion to Ibans is to just support the BN. Otherwise, Ibans will be divided even more.

Dr. Bean said...

What is disturbing though is the Malaysiakini article in which it headlines,”Beware the PBDS syndrome,Anwar warned”. Ex-MP Harrison Ngau even has this to say about Nicholas Bawin a frontrunner PKR candidate.”

An extract in Malaysiakini article it says“Nicholas Bawin is a very naïve man, a colourless character, with an old longhouse brain who doesn’t understand politics. He doesn’t impress, inspire or motivate people.”
This is exactly what I have been conveying and telling PKR supporters whole this while, though in different format, mode or tone....but they won't listen. I don't care , I will continue lobbying to party leadership until the party decided to drop the idea of nominating Bawin as the candidate for Batang Ai.To put it blindly and from the bottom of my heart, Bawin is not the material for competative,robust and modern politic.The Batang Ai seat is for BN to keep should PKR go ahead with thier plan to nominate Bawin.

thebastard said...

Ya... I still remember when he is the Minister in BN.... what did he do... why after being withdraw or set aside that he wanted to fight for the DAYAK???? Why not while you are in BN and Govrenment??? How many thousand Lands have you able to develope... How many thousand Dayaks have you help while you are in Government??? Ask yourself....THE DAYAK have to chart their own life and destiny because whatever they have I believe 600,000 of hectares are theirs... and it has abeen GAzetted as theirs... The development that had been embarked in Sarawak need cooperation from the DAYAK themselves... not to sell the lands after bneing given LAND TITLES and I start to wonder where does MAlay in the map of Sarawak????