Friday, April 17, 2009

DAP NS Public Consultation and Dialogue

In line with our aims to promote a more participatory democracy, DAP Negeri Sembilan is organizing the 2nd Public Consultation and Dialogue with the people of Seremban since last year's general election. This is an avenue for us to update the public regarding the various important issues facing the country today especially the scenario under Najib's administration and the "One Malaysia" agenda. It's also a forum for the public to give us feedback or criticism to the performance of our elected representatives. DAP Parliamentary Leader Sdr Lim Kit Siang will be the keynote speaker. Admission is free and open to the public. Details as below:

Date: 21st April 2009 (coming Tuesday)
Time: 7.30 p.m.
Venue: Neighbour Grace Assembly hall, Jalan Temiang, Seremban
(opposite former Odeon cinema)

For enquiries, pls contact 06-7634525.


ho_LLy said...

I can`t wait the Coming 。。。。

Bangsa Cina Malaysia said...

Asalamualaikum,(may peace be upon you)

u are first class with a good command of Bahasa and i salute you.

but i cant say the same about the rest of your fellow state assemblymen.

focus ur attention on Bahau .

he could certainly do a lot of gotong royong with the malays (who supported him in the first place)to clean up Bahau town.
(his servicing office and the surrounding area is a disgrace)

if not i can gurantee
you he will be a one term assemblyman.

* Malay support is the key to victory for all DAP assemblymen and MPs and this is a fact.

cc to Lim Kit Siang

S06-987-0100929 said...

Yes, do not ignore the Malays especially the kampung Malays.

They are your new "must win over" customers.


Anonymous said...

not only Malays , Indian & Chinese votes also important , just do watever u could to serve yr constituents & to the best of yr ability , come next election u will be voted back to state or federal assembly.......

S06-987-0100929 said...

YB Loke,

I was at the forum yesterday. I asked Sdr Kit about the no-confidence vite against Pekan. Although Sdr Kit answered my question, I don't quite get it. Can you please explain again why it cannot be done.



Loke Siew Fook said...

Dear Sdr,

What kit meant was it is quite impossible for any opposition to raise up any motion in Parliament. We can put our motion but all government business are given priority so it will never come up in the meeting agenda. after all government business is done, then they will adjourn the sitting so opposition's motions are lapsed.

We can raise "emergency motion" under standing order 18 (1) and sometimes it will be debated but the problem is emergency motion will not be voted so you can really pass a no confidence motion against the pm