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Wawancara bersama Nik Nazmi di Agenda Awani, Astro AWANI membincangkan buku terbarunya tentang kisah-kisah di sebalik PRU14, '9 Mei 2018: Catatan dari Garis Depan'. Dapatkan buku ini di kedai-kedai buku utama atau di Karangkraf Mall....

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https://www.facebook.com/niknazminikahmad/videos/443825452821811/ Nik Nazmi Nik Ahmad muncul di Borak KopitiamTV3 Malaysia membincangkan buku terbarunya '9 Mei 2018: Catatan dari Garis Depan.' Buku yang menceritakan pengalaman di sebalik pilihan raya bersejarah negara...

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PERUBAHAN YANG KITA PERLUKAN

“Rakyat Malaysia mahukan perubahan yang mampu mengembalikan keyakinan mereka kepada negara, dan keadilan untuk semua tanpa mengira lapisan. Kita semua mahukan tempat di tanahair ini. Kita membawa mesej perpaduan, bukan perpecahan. Kita bawa politik harapan, bukan ketakutan.”

PERUBAHAN
YANG KITA PERLUKAN

“Rakyat Malaysia mahukan perubahan yang mampu mengembalikan keyakinan mereka kepada negara, dan keadilan untuk semua tanpa mengira lapisan. Kita semua mahukan tempat di tanahair ini. Kita membawa mesej perpaduan, bukan perpecahan. Kita bawa politik harapan, bukan ketakutan.”

SERTAI KAMI

Sertai parti nasional pelbagai kaum paling berjaya dalam sejarah Malaysia yang mengangkat kedudukan anak muda dan wanita. Jika semua yang membaca mesej ini sertai pergerakan kami, tiada apa yang kita tidak boleh capai bersama.

JOM MENYUMBANG

Kami perlukan semua sumbangan, besar atau kecil yang anda boleh berikan.

SERTAI
KAMI

Mereka ada wang, jentera dan media. Tetapi kami ada rakyat. Kami ada anda. Jika semua yang membaca mesej ini sertai pergerakan kami, tiada apa yang kita tidak boleh capai bersama.

JOM
MENYUMBANG

Kami tidak mempunyai penderma Pak Arab atau mencuri wang pembayar cukai.
Kami perlukan semua sumbangan, besar atau kecil yang anda boleh berikan.

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Dapatkan berita terkini Nik Nazmi.

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Nik Nazmi
Nik Nazmi9 hours ago
Main exhibition game FIFA Online 3.

Juara FIFA Online 4 player Malaysia.

Tadi pun lawan player Malaysia kalah 2-1 je 😀

Tahniah AMK Setiawangsa & Setiawangsa Rangers FC anjurkan Setiawangsa Cup di Mineski Infinity Malaysia.
Nik Nazmi
Nik Nazmi13 hours ago
Karnival Kesihatan dan Pelancaran Kad Diskaun P118 Pusrawi.

Kad ini menawarkan diskaun eksklusif di Hospital Pusrawi untuk penduduk Parlimen Setiawangsa.

Selain itu diadakan pemeriksaan kesihatan, kaunter pendaftaran Bantuan Sara Hidup, kaunter pekerjaan, Yayasan Pendidikan dan Klinik Guaman Parlimen Setiawangsa.
Nik Nazmi
Nik Nazmi14 hours ago
Merasmikan Mesyuarat Agung PIBG SK Padang Tembak 2.
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Nik Nazmi16 hours ago
DAKWAAN YANG ARIF DATUK DR HAMID SULTAN
MESTI DILIHAT SECARA SERIUS

Saya telah membuat laporan polis berikutan dakwaan mengejutkan yang dibuat Hakim Mahkamah Rayuan Yang Arif Datuk Dr Hamid Sultan Abu Backer tentang institusi kehakiman dan Kerajaan Barisan Nasional sebelum ini.

Dr Hamid menyebut tentang seorang anggota sistem kehakiman yang digelar ‘ARLC’.

Beliau menyebut ‘ARLC’ terlibat dalam kes saya. Saya telah didakwa di bawah Akta Perhimpunan Aman kerana menganjurkan Himpunan Black 505 pada 2013.

Saya kemudian mencabar keputusan kes itu dari segi Perlembagaan Persekutuan. Di Mahkamah Rayuan, hakim kes saya adalah Yang Arif Datuk Mohamad Ariff Md Yusof (kini Yang Dipertuan Dewan Rakyat), Yang Arif Datuk Mah Weng Kwai (kini Pesuruhjaya SUHAKAM) dan Dr Hamid. Mereka sebulat suara melepaskan dan membebaskan saya.

Namun ARLC kemudian berada di Mahkamah Rayuan untuk membuat keputusan yang tidak selari dengan Perlembagaan agar pimpinan pembangkang ketika itu boleh didapati bersalah dan dihalang dari bertanding.

Hasrat Kerajaan Barisan Nasional dan Peguam Negara ketika itu jelas apabila saya didakwa sekali lagi di Mahkamah Sesyen. Hakim dengan tepat memutuskan mereka terikat dengan keputusan Mahkamah Rayuan. Pendakwaraya membawa kes ini ke Mahkamah Tinggi dan keputusan yang sama dikekalkan.

Akhirnya saya menyaman Kerajaan Malaysia dan Peguam Negara dan berjaya di dalam saman tersebut.

ARLC juga terbabit di dalam kes Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim dan mendiang Karpal Singh.

Dr Hamid mendedahkan dalam kes Fitnah 2 Anwar, pertemuan berlaku antara Timbalan Perdana Menteri ketika itu dan seorang Hakim Mahkamah Persekutuan. ARLC sendiri terlibat dalam kes itu untuk memastikan Anwar didapati bersalah. Ini disifatkan sebagai sebuah tragedi oleh Dr Hamid.

Sebelum ini kita didedahkan dengan pembayaran RM9.5 juta kepada peguam yang dilantik untuk mendakwa Anwar, Tan Sri Shafee Abdullah daripada Datuk Seri Najib Razak.

Dr Hamid juga mendedahkan bahawa beliau dimaklumkan oleh seorang hakim berpangkat tinggi bahawa “sesiapa yang ingin naik pangkat mestilah membuktikan mereka mampu membuat keputusan sukar menentang kepentingan pembangkang dan berpihak kepada kerajaan.”

Sebarang tindakan yang melemahkan sistem kehakiman kita dan integritinya tidak boleh diterima. Justeru, saya menyokong gesaan untuk menyiasat isu ini dengan lebih mendalam dan penubuhan Suruhanjaya Siasatan Diraja dalam perkara ini. Jika dakwaan ini betul, reformasi kehakiman mesti berlaku untuk memulihkan sistem kehakiman kita dan memelihara Perlembagaan dan keluhuran undang-undang di negara ini.

NIK NAZMI NIK AHMAD
AHLI PARLIMEN SETIAWANGSA
Nik Nazmi
Nik Nazmi2 days ago
Sejak sekian lama rungutan oleh penduduk setempat dan pejuang Bahasa, penukaran semula nama Bangsar South kepada Kampung Kerinchi pada Januari lalu wajar dipuji.

Usaha-usaha mengembalikan nama-nama asal seperti Kampung Abdullah Hukum yang bertukar kepada KL Eco City, KL East, Bandar Ainsdale, South Cyberjaya, Bangi Gateway wajar dipergiatkan lagi.

Pemaju tidak harus diberikan hak sepenuhnya menamakan sesuatu kawasan sehingga mengubah identiti dan sejarah kawasan tersebut.
Nik Nazmi
Nik Nazmi2 days ago
Pakatan Harapan must return to its roots
By Nik Nazmi Nik Ahmad

This week, seven former UMNO MPs joined BERSATU. BERSATU has also declared its entry into Sabah, contrary to its pledge before the 2018 election.

I have consistently said that I am against this—and many of my colleagues of Pakatan Harapan feel the same way.

Let us focus on the challenges facing us in the present and how to move forward into the future. One thing that we need to do is to be willing to listen to all arguments—including the ones we don’t necessarily agree with.

It has been argued that these defectors are needed to shore-up Malay support for Pakatan Harapan.

It has also been argued that the move is necessary to meet the emerging UMNO-PAS alliance, which is allegedly increasingly popular on social media as well as to strengthen our coalition’s standing in rural areas—such as the East Coast and Northern Peninsula.

It is true that Pakatan Harapan did not win the popular vote in the last election—garnering only 48.31% of it. Indeed, much of the 50.79% of the vote that Barisan Nasional and PAS won was from Malays in the East Coast and Northern Peninsula Malaysia as well as Muslim Bumiputeras in Sarawak.

And it does appear that Malay sentiment towards Pakatan Harapan is not exactly glowing. Although much of this is driven by the shrill and manufactured voices of UMNO and PAS surrogates, there is—beneath the chatter—genuine concern among many Malays that the community is under threat: both politically and socio-economically.

Can defections win Malay support?

But is taking in defectors from UMNO the best way to assuage these concerns?

Why can’t the various components of PH evolve so that we can, finally, access, engage and win the support of all Malaysians, including the rural Malays?

Why do some of our leaders seem intent on taking short-cuts, rather than the path of hard (but ultimately rewarding) work? Have we totally abandoned the idea of bipartisanship?

Why do some Pakatan Harapan leaders assume that the Malay community will necessarily be impressed by taking in these defectors? Is the rural Malay community that monolithic? Is quantity really that more important in governance and politics rather than quality?

But if taking in defectors is not the way, how should Pakatan Harapan resolve its “Malay dilemma”?

One way is to double-down on conservative Malay politics, including turning back on reform because it will allegedly weaken the community. This is the path that PAS has taken. That was their choice to make and theirs alone, but it also means they are no longer the party of Dr Burhanuddin al Helmy, Fadzil Noor and Nik Aziz Nik Mat.

The alternative is to stick to the progressive but also inclusive promises we made via the Buku Harapan.

Our GE14 campaign manifesto was a document that all Pakatan Harapan parties agreed to. But it was also a platform that addressed the aspirations and problems of all segments of Malaysian society, including the Malays.

The Buku Harapan can be executed. We couldn’t deliver all of the 100 day promises—but it doesn’t mean that it cannot be realised. Similarly for the other pledges.

Some things may need to be sequenced—but they must be done if the country is to survive and thrive. We should not simply cast the Buku Harapan aside due to political exigencies.

Pakatan Harapan won because it gave Malaysians hope

It is cynical and disingenuous to say that Pakatan Harapan won only because of the 1MDB scandal and the anger towards Najib Razak. That’s simply not true.

Our critics—but also our own leaders, legislators and supporters—should give us more credit than that.

Malaysians voted for us not only out of anger over Barisan Nasional's scandals and mismanagement, but because Pakatan Harapan had a better vision for the future of the country. They voted for us because Pakatan Harapan gave them hope.

What I am saying is this: Pakatan Harapan should learn to take “yes” for an answer.

Malaysians gave us this on 9 May 2018.

There is no need to worry about our parliamentary majority (which is adequate to govern). Unless some quarters have some political calculations to undermine the Pakatan Harapan consensus.

As I have said many times, a two-thirds majority is sometimes more trouble than it is worth.

It is only moral and just that constitutional amendments—when they become necessary—be done via a bipartisan consensus, by talking and working with the Opposition and civil society.

Pakatan Harapan should roll up our sleeves and get down to the business of governing the country. And “governing”, means reforming our economy and making it work for all Malaysians.

The Malays will benefit from progressive politics

Part of this involves winning over the Malays to the idea that progressive politics and governance is in their interest.

And it is.

Who makes up the majority of the urban poor? The Malays.

Who makes up the majority of low-wage earners? The Malays.

Who makes up the majority of the petty traders struggling to earn a living? The Malays.

Whose families are the majority of those struggling to service high household debts? The Malays.

Who are the majority of smallholders struggling from low commodity prices and delays in government payments? The Malays.

Delivering an economy that solves the plight of these segments of society, even in a non-racial manner, will do more to win over Malay voters than trying to outflank UMNO and PAS on the right – or luring opposition crossovers.

The voters in these constituencies did not vote for Pakatan Harapan. They knowingly—for better or for worse—chose the vision that Barisan Nasional and PAS had for Malaysia. Their MPs moving over to Pakatan Harapan will not likely make them feel any differently.

Instead, solving the bread-and-butter-issues of the voters will go a long way in addressing their racial and religious insecurities.

Pakatan Harapan should trust the Constitution

We must also learn to trust our Constitution and our system of governance, even as we repair both from decades of abuse.

Setting up the latest incarnation of the National Economic Action Council (NEAC) is the Prime Minister’s prerogative and so is its composition—although there were some interesting omissions.

The members who were selected are distinguished and respected in their several fields—one wishes them very success.

But the NEAC’s emergence has—fairly or unfairly—led to speculation over the performance of the Cabinet. There are perceptions—again, fairly or unfairly—that attempts are being made to circumvent the normal process of Cabinet-based governance in the management of Malaysia’s economy.

It is easy to dismiss these criticisms as grouses, but they have a real impact on how voters view this current Pakatan Harapan government.

If we lead, the people will follow

I hope this is something that the leaders of our government and alliance will take into account moving forward, especially when dealing with defectors and in how the administration’s agenda is to be executed.

The ends do not justify the means. Like it or not, processes sometimes matter as much as outcomes.

Malaysia needs solutions that work for the many, not the few. We need policies for these day and age. Too often we seem to be indicating of going back to the economic prescriptions of Old Malaysia.

Sticking to the spirit of Buku Harapan is the way forward.

This will go a long way towards winning over Malay fence sitters and not side-line our non-Malay and politically liberal supporters.

While UMNO and PAS embark on a journey rightwards, we should not dance to their tune.

But we must allow them the space to be a functioning Opposition that keeps us in check.

That is what leadership is.

Pakatan Harapan doesn’t have to reinvent the wheel.

Let’s be sure of who we are, what we want to do and where we want to go.

If we are sincere, the people—including the Malays—will follow.

NIK NAZMI NIK AHMAD is the MP for Setiawangsa and KEADILAN Chief Organising Secretary. His latest book '9 May 2018: Notes from the Frontline' is out in the markets now.

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14 hours ago
Nama saya pernah dieja

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17 hours ago
Saya membuat laporan polis di IPD Dang Wangi tentang pendedahan Dr Hamid Sultan Hakim Mahkamah Rayuan.

Kes #Black505 saya antara kes yg disebut Dr Hamid selain kes Karpal Singh & @anwaribrahim.

Saya juga menggesa penubuhan Suruhanjaya Diraja menyiasat pendedahan Dr Hamid. https://t.co/y7ANLeI4wv
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1 day ago
1. Thread isu lompat parti: Jika keadaan berlaku seperti di Sabah iaitu pembentukan kerajaan baru tergantung selepas keputusan pilihan raya lalu, jelas ia boleh difahami. Tapi situasinya (kita) sudah ada majoriti (untuk membentuk kerajaan).
2 days ago
Returning to the PH manifesto & consensus.

We shouldn't dance to UMNO & PAS tune.

But we must allow them space to be a functioning Opposition that keeps us in check.

That is leadership.

If we are sincere, the people—including the Malays—will follow

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