2011年12月16日星期五

阿公分家产咩!

天啊!这是什么世界?!

如果你阿爷分自己的家产,谁有权力多说一句?
但是整个沙巴州的河沙开采权,你把它当是自家财产,分给SEDCO。

SEDCO说是官营,谁不知道是执行80%固打土著议程的公司?
把权利从政府机构,转移给一群‘商人’,
政府从此放弃了这块行政决策,执法权。

以后沙巴谁要开采河沙的执照,你就求SEDCO吧!
不单独家垄断,还要看他喜不喜欢你!
反正他喜欢你,你就是乱乱采,SEDCO同时作为‘业主’和执法者就可以保你!
他不喜欢你,连看也不看你!

以后沙巴的建筑业,大至建大楼,小至家门前补两块砖,
大大小小产业,楼价屋价,你们就看SEDCO的慈悲咯!

你反对党就来执政咯!反正,可以分的都分完了!
继续执政,反正就是自己裙带机构得利,
这就是沙巴国阵!

这是所有国阵精神中坚支持议员的历史责任!
百林,于墨斋,杨爱华,丘克海,陈树杰,区锦华,Peter Pang, 彭育民,张志刚。。。

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转载Borneo Posts报导:SEDCO to get sand ‘monopoly’

by Murib Morpi. Posted on December 16, 2011, Friday

KOTA KINABALU: The Land and Survey Department has proposed Sabah Economic Development Corporation (SEDCO) be given the monopoly to all the sand mining activities in Sabah, starting June next year.

Its director Datuk Osman Jamal, in proposing this yesterday, said it would help eliminate issues related to sand theft that state authorities currently have to deal with.

“We will use the first six months next year to prepare the paperwork and work out the mechanism and so on, taking into consideration the interest of everyone,” he told reporters after the closing of the Land and Survey Department and Malaysia Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) Roundtable Discussion here, yesterday.

Osman said the department would come up with a resolution on the proposal and meet with all the contractors involved to gather their views and inputs so that the mechanism to be developed would be best for all parties, namely the government, SEDCO and the operators.

According to Osman, the proposed exclusive mining rights approach has actually been agreed in principal by the State Government a few years ago but was not implemented due to the absence of a suitable mechanism and the need to give the operators time to get returns from their investment in sand mining activities.

“But come June next year, no sand excavation licenses would be renewed. Existing licenses will however be continued until they expire, and after that SEDCO can take over. For areas where there is no active license, SEDCO can go ahead,” he said.

Osman said contractors whose licenses have expired could still continue their businesses by applying to be an agent of SEDCO, and it is up to the monopoly holder to decide the criteria for the appointment.


“I think good operators will be accepted by SEDCO, whichever that has the quality, has their own machineries and so on.

“Actually this method is faster and more effective, as anyone who wants to deal with sand mining would only need to go to SEDCO.

“This time we will only need to issue one license, so we cut the time, no more bureaucracy.

“When SEDCO deal with business people, their ways are different. With the government you’ll have to follow all this time consuming procedures,” he said.

Osman said that from the state’s point of view, this is the best approach in managing the sand resources as it would ensure no revenue losses due to sand dredging.

He said the Government will charge SEDCO in advance based on the volume of the sand, which will be determined by the Geoscience Department.

Asked if the Government could assure there would be no or less illegal sand mining once the monopoly is in place, he said SEDCO would be inclined to monitor sand theft activities as basically it would be their property that would be stolen and not the Government’s.

This would allow the department to utilise its enforcement officers to focus more on other tasks, such as detecting encroachment on state land, he said.

“This will allow us to concentrate on other matters, so a lot of good things will come from this,” he said.

“Under the new system, the responsibility about sand theft would no longer exist, we no longer need to enforce because all the sand is already exclusive to SEDCO.

“So SEDCO has to take care of it, meaning the Government would no longer need to waste resources guarding against sand thieves, because all would be taken care of by SEDCO themselves,” he said.

According to Osman, the contractors have yet to be informed about the proposed move.

Asked if SEDCO had the mechanism and capability to monitor sand theft, he said: “Right now the department has to look out for sand theft because the sand still belongs to the government, but in this case SEDCO will pay us in advance so there will be no losses to the Government.”

As to who will take action against sand thieves, he indicated that SEDCO as the “owner” may be given certain powers to deal with the problem.

9 条评论:

山城客 说...

可悲。。。。。

我是说住错国家的我们很可悲。。。。。。

正掌心 说...

有时真的佩服政客的厚脸皮。就是够敢!狠!是光明正大的抢,看你奈他何?

· 康華 · 说...

有條反壟斷法令要生效了,看執法當局到時如何執法。

正掌心 说...

明目张胆啊!

Frank C 说...

我最近发觉 DAP 的议员说话都超没水准,像个巴刹佬似的。尤其那个姓王的主席。要把政权交给猪头,和交给贪官没什么大分别。。。。

没有思考能力,和一头猪没什么分别。

Frank C 说...

展心很希望你能参政,这里少了像你这种人才。

· 康華 · 说...

贊成!

正掌心 说...

Frank, 康华兄,我是同意沙巴行动党的几个议员的quality是有点问题,主要还是他们的态度也有些问题。

Frank, 客套了,无论如何,还是谢啦:)
至少现在还不在我的选项啦。

Frank C 说...

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这是猪说的话。。。。。 笑脱我大牙....