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Tun M Perdana Menteri Interim, PH Bubar - Apa Nasib Menteri Kabinet?

Oleh: Tukang Tulis|25-2-2020 09:37 AM Komen: 75
Kredit foto: CNN

Dalam masa hanya beberapa jam selepas meletak jawatan, Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad kembali menerajui kerajaan sebagai Perdana Menteri interim.

Ketua Setiausaha Negara, Datuk Seri Mohd Zuki Ali berkata, Yang di-Pertuan Agong, Al-Sultan Abdullah Ri'ayatuddin Al-Mustafa Billah Shah memperkenankan pelantikan itu.

Dr Mahathir akan memegang jawatan itu sementara menunggu pelantikan Perdana Menteri yang baharu selaras dengan Perkara 43 (2) (a) Perlembagaan Persekutuan.


"Justeru, dalam tempoh ini beliau akan menguruskan pentadbiran negara sehingga Perdana Menteri baharu dilantik dan Kabinet dibentuk," katanya dalam kenyataan media yang disiarkan melalui laman Facebook Jabatan Perdana Menteri pada 24 Februari.

Bagaimana pula dengan nasib menteri-menteri Kabinet selepas Dr Mahathir meletak jawatan dan kerajaan Pakatan Harapan (PH) dibubarkan?


Senarai menteri Kabinet kerajaan PH selepas Pilihan Raya Umum Ke-14. 
Kredit foto: Carian Google

Dalam kenyataan media lain, Mohd Zuki menyatakan bahawa Seri Paduka telah berkenan untuk membatalkan pelantikan mereka mulai 24 Februari.

Langkah itu dilakukan atas nasihat Perdana Menteri seperti yang diperuntukkan dalam Perkara 43(5) Perlembagaan Persekutuan.



"Sehubungan itu, tugas-tugas anggota pentadbiran (merangkumi YAB Timbalan Perdana Menteri, YB Menteri, YB Timbalan Menteri dan Setiausaha Politik) adalah terhenti pada tarikh yang sama," jelasnya.

Namun, perlu diingat pembubaran Kabinet tidak bermakna negara ini bukan bermakna jentera pentadbiran kerajaan menjadi lumpuh.

Agensi-agensi kerajaan masih berfungsi seperti biasa dengan diterajui ketua jabatan masing-masing yang melapor secara terus kepada Perdana Menteri interim. - CARI

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Quote Kuasaberganda 26-2-2020 11:28 PM
RumiMenari replied at 24-2-2020 11:04 PM
Perubatan percuma dgn hospital bertaraf prince court

but rajaraja ssmua prefer specialist from kpj ampang ler.huhu.

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Quote tumpanglalu74 24-2-2020 10:35 PM
https://www.nst.com.my/news/nati ... 7/cabinet-dissolved
Quote RumiMenari 24-2-2020 10:38 PM
So PRU 15 la kan
Quote Ara_roro93 24-2-2020 10:49 PM
So rakyat akan kena mengundi lagi laa kan ??
Quote KIM.K 24-2-2020 10:49 PM
Berapa hari maximum buat kabinet baru
Quote dino 24-2-2020 10:58 PM
KIM.K replied at 24-2-2020 10:49 PM
Berapa hari maximum buat kabinet baru

tgk berapa kaki n material kitchen kabinet tu haha
Quote jalfa 24-2-2020 10:59 PM
Bubar kabinet dapor je..bukan bubar parlimen..... harap tapis sikit degree pelesu yach..memalukan kami sbg raykat sahaja
Quote TuntungReturn 24-2-2020 11:02 PM
jika ada pilihanraya, pakatan harapan nk buat manifesto apa? tol percuma? pendidikan percuma? minyak murah rm1.50?
Quote JunkMail 24-2-2020 11:03 PM
Babai PH. Kerajaan suku penggal. Eksen sangat kan....sempat la merasa jadi kerajaan sekejap. Kalau PRU lagi sekali, confirm korang kalah punya.
Quote RumiMenari 24-2-2020 11:04 PM
TuntungReturn replied at 24-2-2020 11:02 PM
jika ada pilihanraya, pakatan harapan nk buat manifesto apa? tol percuma? pendidikan percuma? minyak ...

Perubatan percuma dgn hospital bertaraf prince court
Quote tobby 24-2-2020 11:06 PM
Oleh sifu Kewangan/Hartanah


SHOULD WE ACCEPT THE CHANGE?
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We didnt get new Malaysia in 2018, as I predicted and warned.  All we got was an old Malaysia, with a twist. Lets review the facts :
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- We have one the worst performing stock market in the world  for 2019. All other ASEAN countries were booming, except for Malaysia.
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- We dont seem to have much clue how to fix this. We went to SST from GST, yet prices still went up. Less revenue for gomen, yet things still go up. This decision was emotionally popular but in reality will set us back a few years.  
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- Our debts has gone up massively in the last 2 years despite change of gomen and promise of being more prudent.
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- Investments are down. Not many large companies are looking to invest and set up shop in Malaysia.
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- Infrastructure projects are being stopped, reviewed and in the in the end continue'd at a much lower spec to "save" cost. No new major infra projects being launched to spur the economy yet our debt has continued to go up. Compare that to Indonesia that is sent to spend USD200Bil on infrastructure projects in the next 10 year. We on the other hand, cancelling and reviewing infrastructure projects and delaying progress by a few years.
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- Personally I feel disharmony today is at its peak. Everything becomes a racial issue. A lot of hatred everywhere.
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- Rule of law? You have an MP which is accused of raping his maid, allowed to walk free. The RM300Mil paid for a tunnel study in Penang case was also "forgotten" and forgiven. Adib's killer was never charged.   
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- Consumer confidence and spending are down. Businesses are closing down. We have to cut interest rates now to spur domestic consumption.
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- Are we less corrupted than before? From what I've been hearing, not really. Politicians are human, and many of our decisions were made out of fear and greed.
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- All our leaders are busy attacking or defending their position, instead of working. I've been hearing for almost a year now,  that DAP and PKR plotting to forcefully remove Tun.  So if a guy like me who doesnt give a damn about politics can know and hear about this, what makes these guys think that Tun doesnt know about their plot? What happened in the last 7 days was actually highly predictable.
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Folks, no major investments/jobs are coming our way as everyone wants to know who will succeed Tun first. We know there's power transition coming but i cant recall there has been any statement from Tun saying "I will step down as PM for Anwar"........ever. All he said is that he will step down, but never specifically for Anwar. Investors dont like uncertainty. Once we have a clear succession plan that Tun announce openly, we will have better stability and gain investors confidence.
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So personally am I looking forward to a change of the current cabinet? Absolutely. I come to accept that politicians will always be politicians, and I dont expect much. I dont expect them to look after me or my family as thats my job. All I can do is to work hard, and invest even harder to look after my family and the people I care about. In this world, I only trust 3 person which are :
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1. Me
2. Myself
3. I
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All i'm hoping from our politicians and leaders, at least we have stability, enough good jobs for everyone and implementation of good policies that will ensure we all be prosperous, in the medium to long run, so that our kids wont suffer.
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#PoliticsNeverGetsBoring
#YouCheckMateHimHeTakesOutFewMoreKingsToCheckmateYou
#OnlyThose3PersonCanHelpMe
#MeMyselfAndI
#LookAfterOurself
#WeAreGettingANewPmGuys
#PM8IThinkIsAFamiliarFace
Quote Rogue98 24-2-2020 11:07 PM
Xde Pru kan.  Siapa yg ada at least 112 support MP dia lah yg di lantik jadi PM. And so far hanya Tun yg ada support tu. So mmg Tun akan di lantik jadi PM sekali lagi and dia boleh pilih menteri2 yg dia suka.
Quote edoraixora 24-2-2020 11:08 PM
So andaikata ada muafakat baru dalam tempoh ni dan pegang majoriti, kabinet boleh ditentukan berdasarkan muafakat baru tu ke?

Malam tadi muafakat baru tak dapat ditentukan sebab x capai kata sepakat, ada yg xnak join, dikhabarkan parti warisan & gps. Pastu ada pulak yg kata BN over demand. Adakah sebab tu tun ambil tindakan drastik cenggini? Makanya semua melepas...

Tak sabar nak tau jalan cerita seterusnya
Quote tumpanglalu74 24-2-2020 11:13 PM
Rogue98 replied at 24-2-2020 11:07 PM
Xde Pru kan.  Siapa yg ada at least 112 support MP dia lah yg di lantik jadi PM. And so far hanya Tu ...

Mari belajor perlembagaan bersama2:

Article 43

(1) The Yang di-Pertuan Agong shall appoint a Jemaah Menteri (Cabinet of Ministers) to advise him in the exercise of his functions.

(2) The Cabinet shall be appointed as follows, that is to say -

(a) the Yang di-Pertuan Agong shall first appoint as Perdana Menteri (Prime Minister) to preside over the Cabinet a member of the House of Representative who in his judgment is likely to command the confidence of the majority of the members of that House; and

(b) he shall on the advice of the Prime Minister appoint other Menteri (Ministers) from among the members of either House of Parliament;

but if an appointment is made while parliament is dissolved a person who was a member of the last House of Representatives may be appointed but shall not continue to hold office after the beginning of the next session of Parliament unless, if he has been appointed Prime Minister, he is a member of the new House of Representatives, and in any other case he is a member either of that House or of the Senate.

(3) The Cabinet shall be collectively responsible to Parliament.

(4) If the Prime Minister ceases to command the confidence of the majority of the members of the House of Representatives, then, unless at his request the Yang di- Pertuan Agong dissolves Parliament, the Prime Minister shall tender the resignation of the Cabinet.

(5) Subject to Clause (4), Ministers other than the Prime Minister shall hold office during the pleasure of the Yang di-Pertuan Agong, unless the appointment of any Minister shall have been revoked by the Yang di-Pertuan Agong on the advice of the Prime Minister but any Minister may resign his office.

(6) Before a Minister exercises the functions of his office he shall take and subscribe in the presence of the Yang di-Pertuan Agong the oath of office and allegiance and the oath of secrecy set out in the Sixth Schedule.

(7) Notwithstanding anything in this Article, a person who is a citizen by naturalization or by registration under Article 17 shall not be appointed Prime Minister.

(8) If a member of the Legislative Assembly of a State is appointed a minister he shall resign from the Assembly before exercising the functions of his office.

(9) Parliament shall by law make provision for the renumeration of members of the Cabinet.
Quote tumpanglalu74 24-2-2020 11:19 PM
Edited by tumpanglalu74 at 24-2-2020 11:21 PM

BABAK SATU:
Agong pakai 43 (2) (a).  Appoint merely sambedi IN HIS JUDGEMENT yang mendapat kepercayaan majoriti.  So kalo dia tetap percaye Atoklah orang tersebut maka Atok la yang jadi PM sementara ni.  Sebab dia tak pecaye ade orang lain yang mendapat mandat tersebut.  Dalam ertikata lain: veto.
Quote KIM.K 24-2-2020 11:24 PM
dino replied at 24-2-2020 10:58 PM
tgk berapa kaki n material kitchen kabinet tu haha

baik amik ikea je pasang siap
Quote ajinomotonosuga 24-2-2020 11:30 PM
When 2 elepen fight..i lost my job!

         Mat John 'bau burit Mah' Sabu


We must find whos the mother fucker is in this picasso!!

Quote ronin 24-2-2020 11:30 PM

Yg dibubarkan anggota kabinet dimana jemaah menteri dilepaskan jawatan mereka tapi parlimen tidak dibubarkan. So tak perlu ada PRU
Quote sarah82 24-2-2020 11:30 PM
RumiMenari replied at 24-2-2020 10:38 PM
So PRU 15 la kan

Belum lagi..
Quote ajinomotonosuga 24-2-2020 11:32 PM
TuntungReturn replied at 24-2-2020 11:02 PM
jika ada pilihanraya, pakatan harapan nk buat manifesto apa? tol percuma? pendidikan percuma? minyak ...

Sayangi Malaysiaku.

Perpaduan kunci keharmonian.

Habis madu... isteri pertama di buang

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