Nurul Izzah Aidilfitri

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Sabtu, 21 April 2012

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DASAR PENDIDIKAN PERCUMA MENYEDIAKAN ELAUN SARA HIDUP SELEPAS PENGHAPUSAN PTPTN


Perdebatan mengenai dasar pendidikan percuma yang ditawarkan Pakatan Rakyat merupakan satu perkembangan baik mutakhir ini. Keprihatinan rakyat, terutamanya golongan pelajar dan orang muda mengenai masa depan pendidikan tinggi di Malaysia memberi harapan ke arah masa depan negara yang lebih cerah.

Dalam kehangatan perdebatan ini, ada pihak tidak bertanggungjawab yang cuba memesongkan isu dengan memberi gambaran bahawa dasar pendidikan percuma tersebut akan menyebabkan pembiayaan sara hidup (yang kini diberikan melalui PTPTN) akan dihapuskan sama sekali.

Perbincangan mengenai mekanisme pembiayaan sara hidup pelajar selepas PTPTN dihapuskan dan pendidikan percuma diperkenalkan telah dibincangkan dengan terperinci di peringkat KEADILAN dan Pakatan Rakyat.

Sukacita saya menggariskan rangka kasar dasar pendidikan percuma untuk menangkis dakyah pihak lawan bahawa penghapusan PTPTN akan menghentikan pembiayaan sara hidup, seperti berikut:

1. Pelaburan yang besar akan dibuat untuk menambah peluang pendidikan tinggi di institusi awam, termasuklah pembinaan universiti teknikal khusus bagi lepasan sekolah yang lebih berminat di dalam kemahiran teknikal. Ini penting untuk mengimbangi jumlah tempat yang ditawarkan di institusi awam berbanding institusi swasta, seterusnya mengelakkan pergantungan kepada pendidikan tinggi berbayar di masa hadapan;

2. Yuran pengajian di institusi awam akan ditanggung sepenuhnya oleh kerajaan. Kerajaan juga akan menyediakan elaun sara hidup untuk menanggung kos sara hidup bagi pelajar-pelajar yang layak. Kelayakan untuk menerima elaun sara hidup dikira berdasarkan tahap pencapaian akademik dan latar belakang sosio ekonomi pelajar mengambil kira tanggungan keluarga;

3. Bagi pelajar di institusi awam yang tidak memenuhi syarat untuk menerima elaun sara hidup kerana datang dari keluarga berpendapatan tinggi, mereka boleh memilih untuk membiayai sendiri elaun sara hidup atau layak untuk memohon pinjaman elaun sara hidup dari satu tabung khas untuk membiayai kos sara hidup dan pendidikan swasta yang akan ditubuhkan kelak;

4. Bagi pelajar yang tidak mendapat tempat di institusi awam, mereka boleh terus memohon untuk meminjam dari dana pembiayaan seperti yang ditetapkan di dalam (3). Pembiayaan pendidikan akan meliputi yuran dan kos sara hidup pada kadar yang ditetapkan, mengambil kira subsidi yuran yang akan diberikan kerajaan sepadan dengan yuran purata bagi kursus yang setara di institusi awam; dan

5. Pembiayaan untuk menampung elaun sara hidup dan sebahagian yuran di IPTS seperti yang diterangkan di atas tidak akan dikenakan sebarang faedah.

Prinsip ini akan digunapakai oleh Pakatan Rakyat untuk merangka mekanisme khusus dalam melaksanakan dasar pendidikan percuma kelak. Ia jelas menangkis dakyah pihak lawan bahawa dasar pendidikan percuma akan merugikan pelajar Melayu/Bumiputra kerana ketiadaan pembiayaan sara hidup.

Sebaliknya, dasar pendidikan percuma akan meluaskan akses kepada pendidikan tinggi percuma kepada lebih ramai rakyat Malaysia pelbagai kaum. Pada masa yang sama, ia menukar model pembiayaan pendidikan tinggi yang kini terbukti menindas rakyat dan tidak dapat bertahan di masa hadapan.

Saya menganggarkan peruntukan tambahan untuk menyediakan elaun sara hidup, menanggung baki yuran yang kini dibayar pelajar dan menyediakan subsidi yuran yang setara kepada pelajar di IPTS adalah sebanyak RM3 bilion setahun.

Persoalan pokok yang perlu dijawab oleh semua rakyat Malaysia adalah sama ada kerajaan mampu menanggung peruntukan tambahan sebanyak RM3 bilion setahun ini.

Saya percaya penghapusan konsesi tol lebuhraya seperti yang dijanjikan di dalam Buku Jingga akan menjimatkan sebanyak RM5 bilion setiap tahun, kerana inilah wang pampasan yang dibayar Barisan Nasional kepada pengendali konsesi lebuhraya setiap tahun. Wang ini lebih dari cukup untuk menampung peruntukan tambahan sebanyak RM3 bilion yang diperlukan untuk menyediakan pendidikan percuma.

MOHD RAFIZI RAMLI
PENGARAH STRATEGI KEADILAN
21 APRIL 2012


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Top #70 Scandals Bankrupting Malaysia:

1. PKFZ RM12 billion

2. Submarine Commission RM500 million

3. Sime Darby RM964 million

4. Paya Indah Westland RM88 million

5. Pos Malaysia (Transmile) RM230 million lost

6. Eurocopter deal RM1 billion wasted?

7. Terengganu Stadium collapse RM292 million

8. MRR2 repair cost RM70 million

9. Maybank overpaid BII RM4 billion

10. Tourism - NYY kickback RM10 million


11. 3 paintings bought by MAS RM1.5 million

12. Overpayment by Sport Ministry RM8.4 million

13. London’s white elephant sports complex RM70 million

14. MATRADE repairs RM120 million

15. Cost of new plane used by PM RM200 million

16. InventQ irrecoverable debt RM228 million

17. Compensation for killing crooked bridge RM257 million

18. Loss in selling Augusta RM 510 million

19. Worth of APs given out in a year RM1.8 billion

20. Submarines (future Muzium Negara artifacts) RM4.1 billion

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21. PSC Naval dockyard RM6.75 billion

22. The Bank Bumiputra twin scandals in the early 1980s saw US$1 billion losses (RM3.2 billion in 2008)

23. The Maminco attempt to corner the World Tin Market in the 1980s is believed to have cost some US$500 million (RM1.6 billion)

24. Betting in foreign exchange futures cost Bank Negara Malaysia RM30 billion in the 1990s

25. Perwaja Steel’s US$800 million (RM2.56 billion) losses

26. Use of RM10 billion public funds in the Valuecap Sdn Bhd operation to shore up the stock market

27. Banking scandal of RM700 million losses in Bank Islam

28. The sale of M.V. Agusta by Proton for one Euro making a loss of €75.99 million (RM348 million) Same as No.20?

29. Wang Ehsan from oil royalty on Terengganu RM7.4 billion from 2004 – 2007

30. For the past 10 years since Philharmonic Orchestra
was established, this orchestra has swallowed a total of RM500 million. Hiring a Kwai-Lo CEO with a salary of more than RM1 million per annum!

31. In Advisors Fees, Mahathir was paid RM180,000, Shahrizat Abdul RM404,726 and Abdul Hamid Othman (religious) RM549,675 per annum

32. The government has spent a total of RM3.2 billion in teaching Maths and Science in English over the past five years. Of the amount, the government paid a whopping RM2.21 billion for the purchase of information and computer technology (ICT) equipment which it is unable to give a breakdown. Government paid more than RM6,000 per notebook vs per market price of less than RM3,000 through some new consortiums that was setup just to transact the notebook deal. There was no Maths & Science Content for the teachers and the notebooks are all with the teachers' children now.

33. The commission paid for purchase of jets and submarines to two private companies - Perimeker Sdn Bhd and IMT Defence Sdn Bhd amounted to RM910 million. Expanding on No. 2?

37. RM300 million to compensate Gerbang Perdana for the RM1.1 billion "Crooked Scenic Half-Bridge"

38. RM1.3 billion has been wasted building the white elephant Customs, Immigration and Quarantine (CIQ) facilities on cancellation of the Malaysia-Singapore Scenic Bridge

39. RM100 million on renovation of Parliament building which leaks

40. National Astronaut (actually tourist) Programme – RM40 million

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41. National Service Training Programme – yearly an estimate of RM 500 million

42. Eye of Malaysia - RM30 million and another RM5.7 million of free tickets

43. RM2.4 million on indelible ink

44. Samy Vellu announced in September 2006 that the government paid compensation amounting to RM38.5 billion to 20 highway companies. RM380 million windfalls for 9 toll concessionaires earned solely from the toll hike in 2008 alone

45. RM32 million timber export kickbacks involving companies connected to Sarawak Chief Minister and his family.

46. Two bailouts of Malaysia Airline System RM7.9 billion. At a time when MAS is incurring losses every year, RM1.55 million used to buy three paintings to decorate its Chairman’s (Munir) office. Expanding on No.11

47. Putra transport system bailout which cost RM4.486 billion.

48. STAR-LRT bailout costing RM3.256 billion.

49. National Sewerage System bailout costing RM192.54 million.

50. Seremban-Port Dickson Highway bailout costing RM142 million

51. Kuching Prison bailout costing RM135 million

52. Kajian Makanan dan Gunaan Orang Islam bailout costing RM8.3 million

53. Le Tour de Langkawi bailout costing RM3.5 Million

54. Wholesale distribution of tens of millions of shares in Bursa Malaysia under the guise of NEP to cronies, children and relatives of BN leaders and ministers worth billions of ringgit.

55. Alienation of tens of thousands of hectares of commercial lands and forestry concessions to children and relatives of BN leaders and Ministers worth tens of billions of ringgits.

56. Since 1997, Petronas has handed out a staggering RM30 billion in natural gas subsidies to IPPs who were reaping huge profits. In addition, there were much wastages and forward trading of Petronas oil in the 1990s based on the low price of oil then. Since the accounts of Petronas are for the eyes of the Prime Minister only, we have absolutely no idea of the amount.

57. RM5,700 for a car jack worth only RM50

58. Government-owned vehicle consumed a tank of petrol worth RM113 within a few minutes

59 A pole platform that cost RM990 was bought for RM30,000

60. A thumb drive that cost RM90 was bought for RM480

61. A cabinet that cost RM1,500 was bought for RM13,500

62. A flashlight that cost RM35 was bought for RM143

63. Expenses for 1Malaysia campaign paid to APCO?

64. RM17 billion subsidy to IPP

65. US$24 million Diamond Ring for Ro$mah - Cancellation of Order - how much compensation ?

66. NFC Shahrizat and her family . . . RM250 Million

67. Monsoon Cup . . . RM800 million per year

68. Illicit Fund Transfers out of Malaysia ( 2000 - 2009) : RM 1,077,000,000,000!

69. Tajudin-Danaharta settlement to cover up for Dr M and Daim

70. Billions of ringgit toll concessions that disadvantage the government and taxpayers”

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Hai Datuk Seri Najib,
Kalau tak nak bagi free pun, bagilah pinjaman tanpa faedah. Kalau tak pun bagilah free kepada keluarga yang pendapatan rendah. Kalau tak pun jadikanlah pinjaman itu sebagai pinjaman boleh ubah seperti yang dibuat oleh mara. Kalau tak pun, bagilah peluang peminjam bayar setelah gaji besar dan bayaran rm50 sebulan.

Boleh ke Datuk Seri?