Saturday, November 26, 2011

Myanmar luluskan 'Akta Perhimpunan' yang lebih baik dari Malaysia..



Mat Sabu berkata Malaysia sekarang menanggung malu yang amat sangat kepada dunia luar kerana layan demo Bersih 2.0 dengan begitu zalim.Malah jiran kita Singapura dan Indonesia turut kutuk Malaysia kerana bersikap zalim kepada demo Bersih 2.0 9 julai lalu.


"Sekarang ni dalam dunia ni hanya ada dua negara saja yang amalkan undang-undang jakun (undang-undang rimba) iaitu Malaysia dan Myanmar.Cukup teruk.Malaysia lagi teruk daripada Mynmar, pakai baju kuning pun tangkap." – sepenuhnya sila baca di ( SINI )

Jika Mat Sabu mengatakan Malaysia lagi teruk daripada Mynmar.. memang benar kenyataannya itu, berita dibawah menyokong kenyataan Mat Sabu itu..

Yang menjadikan Malaysia lebih teruk dari Myanmar ialah ..
The Bill will require demonstrators to inform the authorities about their assembly "five days in advance", Upper House member Aye Maung of the Rakhine Nationalities Development Party was quoted as saying by AFP.

Pihak berkuasa Myanmar perlu diberitahu tentang Demo yang akan diadakan 5 hari sebelum demo tapi di Malaysia notis 30 hari diperlukan untuk mendapatkan kelulusan sebelum demo itu diadakan..
“Undang-undang ini merupakan satu cara untuk menghalang Pakatan Rakyat untuk memberi penjelasan kepada rakyat secara berterusan mengenai perkara yang berbangkit kerana permohonan untuk mengadakan perhimpunan yang merujuk kepada ceramah dan sesi dialog dengan rakyat memerlukan kelulusan 30 hari sebelum perhimpunan itu diadakan,” kata Anwar Ibrahim di ( SINI )

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Myanmar Parliament passes Bill allowing peaceful protests
04:45 AM Nov 25, 2011

YANGON - The Myanmar Parliament has passed a Bill that allows citizens to protest peacefully, the latest in a series of reforms since a civilian government took power in March.

The Bill will require demonstrators to inform the authorities about their assembly "five days in advance", Upper House member Aye Maung of the Rakhine Nationalities Development Party was quoted as saying by AFP.

He said that protestors will be allowed to hold flags and party symbols but must avoid government buildings, schools, hospitals and embassies. The Bill needs to be signed by President Thein Sein to become law.

The move comes four years after the "Saffron Revolution", mass protests led by monks which were brutally put down by the military government. More than 30 people were killed, hundreds jailed while others were forced to escape as refugees to the United States.

Myanmar has embarked on a series of reforms since the army nominally handed over power in March to civilians after the first elections in two decades.

Its overtures have since included calls for peace with ethnic minority groups, some tolerance of criticism, an easing of media controls, the release of about 200 political prisoners and more communication with pro-democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi, freed last year from 15 years of house arrest.

In a landmark development, Ms Suu Kyi has expressed her intention to run for Parliament in coming by-elections, a decision that was expected after her party, National League for Democracy, decided last week to rejoin mainstream politics.

In recognition of the promising reforms, South-east Asian leaders last week approved of Myanmar as chairman of the Association of South-east Asian Nations in 2014, paving the way for a more influential role.

Myanmar also won a powerful endorsement last Friday when US President Barack Obama announced Secretary of State Hillary Clinton would visit the resource-rich country, the highest-ranking American to do so in more than 50 years.

Washington has, however, said it wants to see more reforms before considering lifting economic sanctions imposed in response to rights abuses by its former military leaders.

Mr Kyaw Hsan, Myanmar's Information and Culture Minister, told reporters last week that more reforms were in store. "We are hoping for a more open country with a thriving democracy and one that is active in the local, regional and international arena." - Agencies

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