Apa Ada Di Sebalik 'Kerajaan Perpaduan' ?


Di akhir ucapannya dalam satu perutusan khasnya semalam, Perdana Menteri Interim Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad menyatakan jika dibenar beliau akan cuba menubuhkan satu Kerajaan Perpaduan yang tidak memihak kepada mana-mana parti.

Katanya "Saya berpendapat betul atau tidak, politik dan parti politik perlu diketepikan buat masa sekarang. Jika dibenar saya akan cuba adakan pemerintahan yang tidak memihak kepada mana-mana parti. Hanya kepentingan negara sahaja yang akan diutamakan.

Apa yang Tun cadangkan itu sebenarnya memang akan membawa kebaikkan buat negara kita kerana bilamana ianya berlaku pemimpin-pemimpin dari sebarang parti yang dipilih oleh Tun untuk menyertai Kabinetnya akan lebih fokus terhadap amanah yang dipertanggung jawabkan terhadapnya.

Mereka akan berusaha bersungguh-sungguh mempamirkan kebolehan mereka dalam menerajui sebarang Kementerian yang diamanahkan terhadap mereka.. jadi mereka akan kurang berpolitik seperti sekarang..

Tapi... wujud elemen pecah dan perintah di situ..juga berupaya melenyapkan proses semak dan imbang terhadap kerajaan pemerintah.

Dan.. ada benarnya pendapat Presiden MCA Datuk Seri Dr Wee Ka Siong ni..

“Saya tidak bersetuju sistem Westminster yang sekian lama dilaksanakan di negara kita berubah menjadi sistem Presiden sesebuah republik yang mempunyai kuasa mutlak untuk melantik individu menyertai Jemaah Menteri tanpa melalui parti komponen. 
“Saya enggan melihat sistem demokrasi di Malaysia berkembang sehingga tiada lagi peranan pembangkang apabila Perdana Menteri disokong penuh oleh kesemua 222 orang Ahli Parlimen. 
“Apakah ini sebuah demokrasi subur yang kita mahu lihat? Soalnya dalam satu kenyataan. 
Tambahnya lagi, apabila Perdana Menteri disokong oleh semua Ahli Parlimen, maka kuasa mutlak diberi kepadanya untuk membuat apa saja dengan slogan ‘ikut suka saya’ - UMNO-Online

Pemusatan kuasa juga boleh menjadikan seseorang itu diktator..

Pendapat Oh Ei Sun, senior fellow Singapore Institute of International Affairs pula..

“Well, I think you need to distinguish the notion of a traditional coalition government such as within Pakatan Harapan — there are various component parties and PH form coalition with Warisan of Sabah, or even last time Barisan Nasional and so on. 
“Versus Dr Mahathir’s version of government of national unity whereby I think what he means is all the members of his government will swear allegiance to him and him only, and not to the various parties,” he told Malay Mail when contacted. 
“This must be one of the rare instances where I agree with Dr Wee Ka Siong because this is a very dangerous and slippery slope to slide down. Well he is actually appealing for individual MPs to support him and not through their party affiliations. 
“So then if that comes to be, then very soon party affiliations is meaningless and what will be the next step, abolition of old parties?” he asked, noting that this would amount to “personal rule” by Dr Mahathir. 
“Even if Dr Mahathir is a nice person and would not abuse his power, there is no guarantee that whoever succeeds him who would wield similar powers would not abuse his power. So this is a very dangerous slope to slide down,” he added - MalayMail

Pendapat Pengarah Eksekutif Ilham Centre, Azlan Zainal pula..

Azlan instead said that such an idea of political “reconciliation” was instead birthed as a desperate measure after attempts to deny PH the role of government, pointing to efforts to create a backdoor government with various moves including the Sheraton Hotel meet on Sunday and Parti Pribumi Bersatu Malaysia’s pulling out of PH that resulted in the coalition losing parliamentary majority. 
Azlan agreed with the unity government idea if it was raised earlier with fair and mature debates on the concept, but expressed concern that it would look different in reality if implemented now amid the political mess, also believing it would not be viable with all political parties having differing agenda and views. 
“For example, racial prejudice and polarisation is growing, perception is widening the gap. It will be more difficult to implement policies as there will be no dominant coalition,” he said. 
Azlan also said that a unity government implemented in the current political situation would lead to centralisation of powers in the prime minister without checks and balances, and that the prime minister’s powers to govern could grow further if not kept in check. 
“Too much of a support could lead to extreme ‘dictatorship tendencies’,” he cautioned when noting that the idea of unity government was not suitable due to the concept still being unclear. 
He also agreed that it was possible that such focus of powers in the hands of the prime minister could lead to abuse of power, saying “Possible. As the powers to appoint, fire, select and advise is with him. Exposed to abuse if uncontrolled.” - MalayMail
Nampak baik... tapi ada keburukkannya jika semua kuasa dipusatkan kepada seorang individu sahaja..

Apa pendapat anda?

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Sndri makan RACUN
February 27, 2020 at 5:12 PM delete

Kalu hal PERPADUAN ni kene pnggil YB watiya n YB kula jd MENTERI PENASIHAT


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February 27, 2020 at 11:32 PM delete

Strategis ni sebenarnya mungkin dah dirancang tun M...the best Azmin Muhyiddin and so on( and
mungkin adalah alat mainan beliau)...mmg Tub M dah lama nak hapuskn siatem Raja serta jdkn Msia Republik spt Indonesia...Penuh Tactical..Sun Tzu... Bunuh sblm Terbunuh..Permainan Catur Terhebat

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Anonymous
February 28, 2020 at 9:23 AM delete

Geng anwar dan dap dah terperangkap dgn strategi tun m utk uji siapa kawan dan siapa lawan. Mereka ingat boleh mepermainkan tun m dgn mudah tetapi mereka lupa tun m lebih licik drp mereka.

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March 10, 2020 at 7:48 PM delete

Pemusatan kuasa ntuk pantau dan cantas yang rasuah dan salah laku

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