Rabu, 16 Mei 2012
KOMENTAR TUAKR TIUB
presiden pinochet dari chile
telah ditangkap dengan waran dari mahmakah spanyol
harus diingati donald rumsfled menteri pertahanan amerika
tak bernai masuk ke german
kerana telah ada waran tangkap
ini kerja ngo german
harus diingati jeneral ariel sharon dari israel
telah tidak berani datang ke belgium
kerana telah ada waran tangkap
ini kerja ngo belgium
harus diingati henry kessinger bekas setiausaha negara amerika
telah tak berani menjejak kaki ke seluruh eropah
kerna ada waran tangkap
ini kerja ngo eropah
harus dingati najib razak terlibat dalam kes rasuah syarikat peranchis
waran belum di keluarkan
ini kerja ngo suaram
MAT MONGOL TERLIBAT KES BUNUH
KUASA MAHKAMAH PERANCIS TERTAKLUK SEMUA ORANG - mkini
Mahkamah Perancis yang menjalankan inkuiri berhubung urusniaga kapal selam Scorpene Malaysia-Perancis mempunyai kuasa memanggil semua pihak untuk membuat pengakuan dalam prosiding di negara itu.
"Mahkamah Perancis mempunyai bidang kuasa terhadap semua orang, tidak kira orang Perancis atau tidak, selagi mereka terlibat dalam perkara melibatkan inkuiri sedia ada.
"Dakwaan sebaliknya salah dan mengelirukan," kata peguam Perancis Joseph Breham dalam kenyataan yang keluarkan Suara Rakyat Malaysia (Suaram).
Breham (kiri) mewakili NGO hak asasi itu, yang merujuk kepada mahkamah Perancis.
Menteri Pertahanan Datuk Seri Ahmad Zahid Hamidi sebelum ini berkata, mahkamah Perancis tidak mempunyai kuasa mengarahkan rakyat Malaysia membuat pengakuan dalam inkuiri yang sedang berlangsung itu.
Rakyat Malaysia tidak tertakluk kepada undung-undang negara itu, katanya dalam sidang media selepas lawatan ketua tentara Thailand di kementeriannya, seperti disiarkan oleh Mob.tv.
Zahid antara saksi yang disenaraikan Suaram kepada mahkamah Perancis.
PERINGATAN: Malaysiakini tidak bertanggungjawab terhad
ZAHID: MAHKAMAH PERANCIS TAK BOLEH SENTUH KITA - yahoo.com
Menteri Pertahanan Ahmad Zahid Hamidi berkata, mahkamah Perancis tidak mempunyai kuasa untuk mengarahkan rakyat Malaysia membuat pengakuan dalam inkuiri bagi menyiasat urusniaga kapal selam Malaysia-Perancis yang sedang berlangsung.
Rakyat Malaysia tidak tertakluk kepada undung-undang negara itu, katanya dalam sidang media selepas lawatan ketua tentara Thailand di kementeriannya, seperti disiarkan oleh Mob.tv .
Ahmad Zahid diminta mengulas berhubung kenyataan peguam Perancis Joseph Breham yang mewakili NGO hak asasi Suara Rakyat Malaysia dalam kes sivil di mahkamah negara itu.
Breham sebelum ini berkata, hakim mempunyai kuasa mengeluarkan waran tangkap antarabangsa sekiranya perintah sepina ditolak, termasuk meletakkan "arahan merah" ( red alert ) bersama polis dunia Interpol.
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BERITA NAJIB AKAN DI DAKWA MENJADI BERITA DUNIA
French judges probe Malaysian prime minister’s role in submarine purchase bribes
A Paris court of inquiry has started an investigation which may finally link the dots between Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak, his country’s purchase of two French submarines, bribes worth nearly $200 million and the murder of a Mongolian model by his bodyguards.
The in camera inquiry by judges Roger Le Loire and Serge Tournaire, who are highly experienced investigators in corruption and human rights cases, will try to discover if the French defence company DCNS and its project partner Thales International paid the bribes to secure the 2002 contract to supply two Scorpene submarines to the Malaysian navy.
Their inquiry will build on two years of investigation and evidence-gathering by French police.
The deal was done while Najib was defence minister and attention is focused on the role played by Najib’s close friend and policy adviser, Abdul Razak Baginda.
French officials have let it be known they are especially interested in two payments by the French arms dealers.
One was for 114 million euros ($148 million) and went to a Malaysian company called Perimekar for “logistical support.”
Perimekar was at the time wholly owned by a company which was controlled by Razak Baginda and his wife, Mazalinda.
The examining magistrates also want to hunt down the story behind payments worth $46 million to a company called Terasasi, which was originally incorporated in Malaysia, but then registered itself in Hong Kong where, according to the online magazine Asia Sentinel, it is listed among 142 companies at a convenience address in the Wan Chai district.
The registered directors of Terasasi are Razak Baginda and his father Abdul Malim Baginda.
Questions about the submarine deal became more intense and sharp in October 2006 after the body of Mongolian model and translator Altantuya Shaariibuu was discovered in the jungle outside Kuala Lumpur.
She had been shot in the head and an attempt then made to destroy her body with military C4 explosive.
Altantuya was the jilted lower of Razal Baginda and she had last been seen causing a scene outside his house.
A few years before she had been a model in France and in 2004 she accompanied Razal Baginda to act as translator when he was negotiating the Scorpene deal.
In a handwritten letter found after her death she said she intended to confront Razak Baginda and demand $500,000 as the price of her silence on the details of the Scorpene agreement.
Even the politically attuned Malaysian courts could not avoid this case.
But although Razak Baginda and two of then-defence minister Najib’s bodyguards, Azilah Hadri and Sirul Azhar Umar, were charged with murder the outcome was deftly finessed.
In an astonishing piece of courtroom stage management, Razak Baginda, was not required to answer to the charges of abetting Altantuya’s murder, was released and now lives in exile in Britain.
The bodyguards took the fall and have been sentenced to death. They are appealing the verdict, but that hearing has been delayed.
It is widely predicted that appeal will not be heard until after the next elections, expected in June, when, if Najib and his governing coalition are returned to power, a way may be found to acknowledge the bodyguards’ loyalty.
After failing to get a full investigation of the Scorpene affair in Malaysia, many Malaysian human rights advocates and Altantuya’s family put a lot of faith in the French investigation.
However, there was initial disappointment when it appeared that judges Le Loire and Tournaire would investigate only the bribery allegations and not look at the murder of Altantuya.
But 10 days ago the Malaysian human rights group Suaram was allowed to give the judges a private briefing. Spokesmen for the group said afterward they described the political context of the affair from the Malaysian point of view and gave the judges a list of potential witnesses.
Among them is Razak Baginda, and there are reports the judges may attempt to subpoena him from Britain.
Others on the list, such as Prime Minister Najib, are unlikely to take any notice.
But Altantuya’s father, Setev Shaariibuu, says he intends to go to Paris from Mongolia and that from his last conversation with his daughter he can “connect the dots” for the judges.
Read more: http://www.vancouversun.com/news/French+judges+probe+Malaysian+prime+minister+role+submarine+purchase+bribes/6575480/story.html#ixzz1v0kSqmoB
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