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Published on 19 Mar 2013Video dakwa dedah salahguna lesen oleh keluarga Taib - Malaysiakini Satu siasatan oleh sebuah NGO antarabangsa telah mendedahkan bukti video yang mendakwa bagaimana ahli keluarga Ketua Menteri Sarawak, Tan Sri Abdul Taib Mahmud dan rakan perniagaan penyalahgunaan lesen pembalakan untuk memperkayakan diri mereka. Dua sepupu Taib, ahli keluarga kepada rakan kongsi utama Taib, dan seorang peguam yang mewakili kerajaan negeri Sarawak telah dirakam dalam video, didakwa menjelaskan mekanisme untuk mengelakkan undang-undang yang sedia ada bagi memperolehi keuntungan daripada skim itu. Video itu telah direkodkan secara tersembunyi oleh seorang penyiasat dengan Global Witness, sebuah NGO yang berpangkalan di London yang menyiasat dan berkempen menentang pencabulan hak asasi alam sekitar dan manusia. Penyiasat itu telah dihantar ke Sarawak tahun lepas, dengan menyamar sebagai "pelabur asing" yang ingin membeli tanah untuk mengusahakan ladang kelapa sawit. Penyiasat itu menemui Lembaga Pembangunan Koridor Wilayah (Recoda), badan kerajaan negeri yang mengendalikan pelaburan asing, dan terus dibawa kepada ahli-ahli tertentu keluarga Taib yang menjual sebuah syarikat yang dilesenkan untuk membalak dan membersihkan tanah untuk perladangan di Sarawak. Lesen ini dikeluarkan oleh Kementerian Perancangan Sumber dan Alam Sekitar Sarawak, yang diketuai oleh Taib. Pertemuan dengan ahli keluarga dan ejen lain syarikat itu telah dirakam secara tersembunyi oleh Global Witness dan dihasilkan menjadi filem selama 15 minit yang disiarkan di lamanwebnya. SUMBER : http://www.malaysiakini.com/news/224251 SUMBER : https://www.globalwitness.org/en-gb/archive/corruption-malaysia-laid-bare-investigation-catches-sarawaks-ruling-elite-camera/ . Semua Part Video Rasuah Beliau Disini⤵ Tolong Subscribe Banyak Lagi Video Nak Dibongkar. Part 1: https://youtu.be/jp066RIv93k Part 1 Bahasa Iban: https://youtu.be/X1KktJHEFIk Part 2: https://youtu.be/Vb54e907GKc Part 3: https://youtu.be/I0lBbOujFXg Part 4: https://youtu.be/JT2x_ON_Ftk Part 5: https://youtu.be/a99pDcU5LpQ
Global Witness' undercover investigator posed as an advisor to an African minister of mines who wanted to bring millions of dollars of suspect funds into the U.S. He met with lawyers from 13 New York City law firms. The meetings were all preliminary; none of the law firms took our investigator on as a client, moved the funds, or broke the law. A number, including James Silkenat, indicated that they would need to carry out more checks before they could take on our investigator as a client. Mr. Silkenat also said that he had to make sure that no crimes had been committed and, if so, he would have to report them. Nonetheless, all but one of the lawyers we visited discussed suggestions on how to move the funds. To understand these interview clips in context, it is important to view the recordings of the full interviews and read our report. See www.globalwitness.org/loweringthebar
English/Nat Malaysia's Prime Minister, Mahathir Mohamad, promised military assistance to Bosnia-Herzegovina on Saturday, saying they would ignore the United Nations arms embargo. The move follows a promise of military, economic and humanitarian aid made by 13 Islamic countries at this week's meeting of the Organisation of Islamic Conference nations in the Malaysian capital, Kuala Lumpur. The Organisation of Islamic Conference - or O-I-C - nations met in Kuala Lumpur this week. They have set up an Assistance Mobilization Group for Bosnia-Herzegovina to provide military, economic and humanitarian aid to the war-stricken country. The Bosnians - as opposed to the Serbs - and Croats are predominantly Muslim. This was an offer designed to help their fellow brethren. Bosnia's Foreign Minister, Muhamed Sacirbey, said he hoped the new group would help the move towards peace. SOUNDBITE: (ENGLISH) "At the same time, it is our intention to turn this mobilization group - Assistance Mobilization Group - as soon as possible into a group focused on the implementation of peace rather than carrying out the war effort to bring about peace. It is really up to the Serbian side, and of course to those in NATO, who have the ability to compel the Serbians to accept peace. The sooner, the better." SUPER CAPTION: Muhamed Sacirbey, Bosnian Foreign Minister The O-I-C meeting in Kuala Lumpur issued an 18-point declaration on its plans to assist Bosnia-Herzegovina, particularly after the war ends. Bosnian Defence Minister Jadranko Prlic estimated the cost of reconstruction at a conservative eight (b) billion U-S dollars. He said the O-I-C countries have set up a fund to finance part of the reconstruction cost. Bosnian Foreign Minister Muhamed Sacirbey welcomed the O-I-C's plans and said he believed the Bosnian government had shown restraint in the conflict. SOUNDBITE: (ENGLISH) "As for restraint, we have been restrained. We have made a very clear commitment that our forces would not engage in any offensive actions in the theatre of operations under NATO and the United Nations rapid reaction forces. We have not done that. We on the other hand, have a very specific arrangement with the military commanders of United Nations and NATO that we would continue to be free - freer, at least - to operate outside that theatre of operation." SUPER CAPTION: Muhamed Sacirbey, Bosnian Foreign Minister Malaysia's Defence Minister, Syed Hamid Albar, said the group must work out priorities and a programme to obtain and deliver weapons and equipment as requested by the Bosnian army's commander. Malaysia itself now has over one-and-a-half-thousand soldiers in Bosnia as part of the United Nations' Protection Force, but its request to double that number was rejected by the U-N. The reason the O-I-C feels it can supply the Bosnian army with weapons is its contact group said in July that it does not recognize the U-N's arms embargo and that its 52 members were welcome to supply it with arms. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/c23c3d4a17ac212bd0cd2207c67eb28c Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
Movement for Change, Sarawak (MoCS) leader Francis Paul Siah has joined calls asking the Sarawak state government to be more efficient when dealing with the applications of thousands of ordinary Sarawakians without identity documents. This comes after Sarawak Governor Abdul Taib Mahmud’s Syrian-born wife, Ragad Waleed Alkurdi, along with her two children from a previous relationship, have been reportedly accorded native bumiputera status in the state. According to Francis, their race is now “Melanau,” as stated in their new Malaysian identity cards, which were issued last November. Francis also says he's hoping that the state government would offer an explanation on the matter.
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This new investigation by Global Witness reveals the systemic corruption and illegality at the heart of government in Sarawak, Malaysias largest state. This film, shot undercover during the.
Hiding in the shadows of the Malaysian state of Sabah, are tiny figures, the children of migrants who are growing up stateless. Born in Malaysia but citizens of no country, they spend their.