Nak tau tak..hhhmmm....saya terbaca dalam suara keadilan terbaru BIL 170 24feb-3mac....
POLIS BELANJA RM15 JUTA DI KUALA TERENGGANU!!!!!
Kenapa tak percaya, geram, marah, sakit hati...entahla duit siapa yang habis...sikit ke, banyak ke tu????
Dewan Rakyat dimaklumkan sebanyak RM15.15 Juta dibelanjakan semasa pilihanraya Kuala Terengganu yang lalu.
Perbelanjaan ini adalah yang termahal dalam mana2 PRK yang diadakan di negara ni...Apa hal pulak sampai ke tahap ni....????
Angka ini didedahkan oleh Timbalan Menteri Dalam Negeri, Chor Chee Heung yang menjawab soalan Ahli Parlimen Baling dan Tanah Merah yang mewakili Pakatan Rakyat...
Mungkinlah juga sebab tu lah Kabinet sibuk nak naik tol di 5 lebuhraya...nak cari duit tambahan untuk 3 PRK yang akan datang.....musykil...tapi nasib baik depa buat U-Turn kat Highway and tak jadi nak naik tol...kesian kat rakyat kunun....nak menang la tu di PRK nanti...
Lagi satu nak tau tak saya terbaca di MalaysianInsider
Jangan stress..dan marah-marah..sumpah seranah puas-puas...release......
SYABAS TO SYABAS!!!!!
SHAH ALAM, Feb 26 —
Tan Sri Rozali Ismail, the chairman of Syarikat Bekalan Air Selangor (Syabas) and Puncak Niaga Sdn Bhd said today the RM5.1 million salary paid to him in 2007 for running the companies were justified.
“If you want professionals to run your company, you have to pay professional fees.”Rozali, was speaking in response to the disclosures from the State Water Review Panel.
During a media briefing earlier, today, the panel also revealed that Syabas was financially stressed due to poor management practices, among them paying Puncak Niaga RM700,000 in management fee every month.Klang Member of Parliament Charles Santiago, who is a member of the panel, said Syabas had been paying the fees, since 2004.
However Rozali denied any knowledge of it.The Selangor State and Federal Government are currently in dispute over the restructuring and consolidating the water services industries in the state.
The state has offered to end the concessions and to repurchase the assets of Puncak Niaga, Syarikat Pengeluaran Air Selangor Holdings (SPLASH) and Konsortium Abbas Sdn Bhd, which treat raw water and Syabas, which distributes it to consumers.
The concessionaires have rejected the state’s offer of RM5.7 billion after the Federal Government announced they were entering into direct negotiations with the four companies.Rozali today sidestepped questions on how much the concessionaries were seeking.
He said the actual amount would depend on Puncak Niaga and Syabas’ “golden shareholders”, which is the Ministry of Finance and their bond holders.
“We will have to get the endorsement of all parties before we can decide on the amount.”
He added that under the Water Services Industry Act 2006 , the concessionaires had a choice of maintaining the existing concession agreements or migrating to a new deal which is still being negotiated with the Federal Government.
However members of the Selangor Water Review Panel claimed today the federal government plan of buying the assets of the company while allowing them to continue treating and distribute the water as a bailout.
The panel disclosed the concessionaries collectively had debts amounting to RM6.4 billion.Santiago said under the federal plan, the concessionaires huge debts would be taken care of while they continued making profits.
“The federal plan defeats the purposed of the restructuring exercise.”
He said the concessionaires will just be called licensees under the deal and will still beable to raise water tariffs at the rate of between 10 and 12 per cent, every three years.