Fuziah Salleh

Mendamba Politik Baru

At the Parliament Today 28 April 2008

Officially now an MP


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Rakaman audio – Fuziah Salleh Angkat Sumpah, 28 APRIL 2008

April 28, 2008 - Posted by | Politics


  1. YB,

    Selamat Bersidang! Keep up the good work!

    Comment by Ted Yeap | April 28, 2008

  2. Tahniah, teruskan perjuangan dengan penuh keikhlasan. Doa saya untuk YB🙂

    Comment by Norizan Bin Sharif | April 28, 2008

  3. tahniah yb! smg dpt mengembali hak, meneruskan kemajuan dan keadilan utk rakyat kuantan!

    Comment by tokan (penduduk kuantan di rantauan) | April 28, 2008

  4. Membuktikan kehadiran YB-YB PR ibarat ‘kuat ikan kerana radai kuat burung kerana sayap kuat ketam kerana sepitnya’ ia mengembirakan warga yang memilihnya. Tahniah.

    Comment by thanaif | April 29, 2008

  5. All the best! Do it for the people, do it for the nation! I believe working together with BN with make a strong nation. This is in order if there is peace in the government itself.

    Comment by Shawn | April 29, 2008

  6. Tahniah YB! Semoga perjuangan YB di berkati dalam membela rakyat di Kuantan khususnya. Sya & rakan2 mahasiswa lain sentiasa berdiri teguh menyokong perjuangan YB… Selamat bersidang…. “Justice for all Kuantan”

    Comment by Shah (IPT Kuantan) | April 29, 2008

  7. a piece of ‘history’. all the best.

    Comment by mrgo | April 29, 2008

  8. Shawn, that is such a refreshing comment!

    Why cant there be more people who wants to see a peaceful Malaysia where everyone puts their differences aside and start working on building malaysia TOGETHER.

    we can make it work. Dear MP, this is suara rakyat, we want peace and not fighting over petty issues in the parliament with each other.

    Comment by pipitart | April 29, 2008

  9. for once, a thread where I find pleasant aura and unity. please, let’s work together to stop all the hatred. there is no point mud slinging over issues that are in the yesterday. we have tomorrow to take care of.

    Comment by phillix | April 29, 2008

  10. Tahniah YB Fuziah! Satu perkara yg saya ingin cadangkan moga2 dapat kiranya YB menyiarkan di blog ini secara terperinci apakah soalan-soalan YB di parlimen pd sidang kali ini. Tujuannya agar rakyat dapat membuat penilaian kualiti , ‘significant’ soalan tersebut dan apakah maklumbalas dari menteri@kementerian berkaitan tentang perkara yg dibangkitkan. Saya juga ingin membuat cadangan agar YB dapat memberi peluang kpd rakyat di Kuantan melontarkan idea atau soalan-soalan pd sidang dewan rakyat yg akan datang melalui e-mail kpd YB spt yg telah dilakukan oleh beberapa org Ahli Yang Berhormat dr Pakatan Rakyat, contoh YB Nik Nazmi. Terima kasih.

    Comment by SahabatMesra | April 30, 2008

  11. Saya harap PR bersatu dengan BN dalam menangani isu-isu berbangkit di Kuantan. Jika mahu membuktikan anda lebih baik dari yang lain atau yang sebelumnya perlulah tunjukkan hasil bukan setakat kesana-kesini menunjukkan prihatin. Perlu ada perubahan dan ada pembangunan. Yang penting rakyat sendiri tidak dibeza-bezakan fahaman politiknya. Ini kerana, terus terang saya katakan saya tidak mempunyai masalah dengan kepimpinan terdahulu. Jadi inilah masanya anda tunjukkan sesuatu.

    Comment by Maslinah | April 30, 2008

  12. Dear YB, we , from the class of MGF76 are so proud of you and we are sure that you are one of the new politics that will bring positive change. Keep it up.

    Comment by tst | April 30, 2008


    I refer to the High Court at Kuala Lumpur Originating Petition No. D2-26-41 OF 2001 ; Lim Choi Yin v. McLaren Saksama (Malaysia) Sdn. Bhd and to the adjudicating Judge Dato Zainon binti Mohd. Ali, of said Petition. According to CHARGES made by one Yap Chong Yee husband of Petitioner Lim Choi Yin, Judge Dato Zainon binti Mohd. Ali had 1st approved all 6 Respondents’ application for security for costs in the sum of Rm.60,000 and upon payment of said security for costs of said Rm.60,000, Judge Dato Zainon binti Mohd. Ali followed up the receipt of said Rm.60,000 by the approval to Respondent Stephen Lim Cheng Ban a 2nd and subsequent application by Respondent Stephen Lim Cheng Ban for an Order to strike out said Petition.

    The second and subsequent Application for an order to strike out said Petition was made even without there being any court order for the SETTING ASIDE of the 1st order for securing said Rm/60,000 for security for costs pursuant to the 1st order made by Judge Dato Zainon binti Mohd. Ali. That being the facts of the case my question directed to the attention of the Malaysian Attorney General Tan Seri……. Are the following :

    (1)Was not the conduct of Judge Dato Zainon binti Mohd. Ali’s approval of Mr Stephen Lim Cheng Ban’s 2nd and subsequent application to strike out said Petition, while the said cash of Rm60,000 security for costs was still held in the hands of all 6 respondents to the petition, pursuant to the order made by Judge Dato Zainon binti Mohd. Ali to petitioner to provide security for costs constitute ABUSE OF POWER ?
    Will the Attorney General investigate Judge Dato Zainon binti Mohd. Ali for the criminal charge of ABUSE OF POWER & MALFEASANCE and will the Attorney General, if upon investigation find that sufficient evidence exist to support a criminal Charge against Judge Zainon binti Mohd. Ali for abuse of power and/or FOR MALFEASANCE proceed to lay criminal charges against Judge Zainon for a criminal prosecution ?

    (2)Is it not the case that while Respondent Stephen Lim Cheng Ban and the other 5 respondents hold on to the security for costs pursuant to Judge Dato Zainon binti Mohd. Ali’s order to Petitioner to provide security for costs and in the absence of any Order to set aside the 1st Order for security for costs, the conduct of Judge Dato Zainon binti Mohd. Ali together with the conduct of the 6 respondents IN TAKING AND KEEPING SAID RM.60,000 not amount to committing the criminal offence of obtaining money under false pretences ? And further, do the facts not indicate that Judge Zainon binti Mohd. Ali together with the 6 respondents had acted with a common intention to induce Petitioner to pay said Rm.60,000 while not intending that upon payment of said Rm.60,000 THERE WILL BE A COURT TRIAL OF SAID PETITION ? The being the case do the facts not constitute a conspiracy to obtain money under false pretences ? The facts speak for themselves as an investigation will prove.
    Will the Attorney General investigate said 2 police reports and if the investigation give up facts that will support criminal charges against the said parties, will the Attorney General lay criminal charges against such persons ?
    Petitioner’s husband Yap Chong Yee had formally filed 2 police reports at the Balai Polis Jln. Tun H S Lee, in the first police report Yap Chong Yee had CHARGED the respondents Stephen Lim Cheng Ban, Wong Kem Chen and Kwong Sea Yoon with PERJURY, for having lied in their supporting affidavits applying for security for costs.
    In the second police report Yap Chong Yee had Charged Stephen Lim Cheng Ban with FORGERY, PERJURY AND FABRICATION OF EVIDENCE, contained in his supporting affidavits applying for leave to strike out said petition.
    Both police reports were annexed to Petitioner’s affidavits as exhibits supporting Petitioner’s application for leave to cross examine said 3 respondents for PERJURY & FORGERY and both of Petitioner’s applications were refused leave to cross examine said Respondents, by Judge Dato Zainon binti Mohd. Ali. The refusal by Judge Dato Zainon binti Mohd. Ali to allow Petitioner leave to cross examine Respondent Stephen Lim and made in the face of the existence of 2 FORMAL POLICE REPORTS THAT CHARGED STEPHEN LIM CHENG BAN with Perjury & forgery constitutes the charge of MALFEASANCE, AIDING & ABETTING Stephen Lim Cheng Ban to commit the criminal offences of PERJURY & FORGERY.
    Will the Attorney General investigate these criminal charges that are made against Judge Dato Zainon binti Mohd. Ali and if sufficient evidence is uncovered that will support criminal charges, will the Attorney General prefer criminal charges against Judge Dato Zainon binti Mohd. Ali; will the attorney General formally charge Dato Zainon binti Mohd. Ali with the said criminal offences ?

    Comment by yapchongyee | May 1, 2008

  14. Dear Yap Chong Yee
    Next parliament session will convene 23rd Jun 2008. That means latest date for submission of questions for the next session will be 9th Jun (14 days before). Requirement is that Questions for parliament is 40 words long maximum, as well as other requirement such as queestions must be for the interest of the general public, concerns policy matters and addressed to a specific minister.
    I will have to study your case and see whether it is possible to phrase it in the form of policy. However I’m sure Pusat Khidmat Keadilan would be able to give you advise on how to pursue your query further, TQ

    Comment by Fuziah Salleh | May 2, 2008

  15. tst of MGS Old Girls club,
    we must meet up ya…..

    Comment by Fuziah Salleh | May 2, 2008

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  17. Way To Go YB ! May Allah Bless you with good spirit! Always behind you.

    Comment by Khairil K | May 6, 2008

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