Thursday, February 25, 2010

MCA Bantah hukuman Sebat.. Mana UMNO?

Dimana UMNO? Tidak nampak atau tidak faham Bahasa Inggeris?

Di bawah adalah kenyataan rasmi MCA berkenaan dengan hukum sebat kepada pesalah zina yang dilakukan oleh JAWI baru-baru ini. MCA berkata hukuman sebat itu berlawanan dengan Perlembagaan Persekutuan. Pendek kata, pendirian MCA tidak jauh beza dengan apa yang diperkatakan oleh media-media asing.

Ke hulu ke hilir puak2 UMNO dan Pro-UMNO dalam PAS memberitahu DAP anti Islam, PAS mesti bersama UMNO sebab DAP anti Melayu dan Anti Islam. Tengok-tengok dalam kelambu sendiri, anti Islam lagi teruk.

Tapi yang herannya, takda pula demonstrasi? Takda angkat kepala lembu? Takda pula bakar tokong oleh puak2 UMNO ni?

Kenapa? Sebab yang cakap ni MCA dan MCA adalah parti komponen Barisan Nasional. Dengan kata lain, bagi UMNO kalau anda sebahagian dari BN, anda bebas memaki dan mengutuk Islam.

Hahahahaha sepandai-pandai tupai melompat, akhirnya jatuh ke tanah jua. Terdedahlah kemunafikan dan pembohongan UMNO yang selama ini mendakwa memperjuangkan Islam.

Di bawah adalah kenyataan rasmi MCA yang diambil dari Sin Chew Daily.


MCA lashes out at caning of Muslim women.
2010-02-20 15:02
LETTER

MCA views with concern the caning that was meted out against the three Muslim women recently and the disturbing trend of syariah law enforcement in our country.

While MCA accepts that syariah laws are personal laws and syariah jurisdiction applies to Muslims only, its application should in no event contravene the Federal Constitution.

It is well known that Section 289 of the Penal Code forbids the caning of women.

Corporal punishment towards women is inhumane and degrading in nature.

The apparent dual criminal justice system now is most unsatisfactory. It serves to confuse the rakyat, and the disparity in criminal justice enforcement arising from whether one is a Muslim or a non-Muslim is most undesirable.

This may be seen as an alarming development that sends a wrong signal about our criminal justice system.

MCA laments the speedy and stealthy manner of the caning cases by the relevant law enforcement authority has conveyed a distasteful impression of our criminal justice system, especially when the same is conducted at a time the suitability of caning of women has been widely debated following the Kartika case.

MCA maintains its position that supremacy of the Federal Constitution whereupon Article 8 reads that there should be no discrimination on the basis of gender therefore equality for all, including equality towards Muslim women must be upheld.

Further, Malaysia is a member country that ratifies the international Committee on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination (CEDAW) covenants.

We have a duty to uphold the international covenants to eliminate all forms of inequality against women.

The caning of women has also attracted negative international attention and inevitably tarnish our image as a plural multi-racial country.

Gan Ping Sieu
MCA Spokesperson
MCA Political Education Bureau Chairman
Kuala Lumpur
19 Feb 2010


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