DAP Will Ask The Future PR Government To Revoke All AES Speeding Summonses Because It is Conducted Not In The Public Interest But For Private Profiteering By BN Crony Companies.(en/cn)

Press Statement by DAP Secretary-General and MP for Bagan Lim Guan Eng in Komtar, George Town on 5.11.2012

I refer to the article in The Star today titled, “Lim: Respect the law and pay AES summonses”. This headline is unfortunately inaccurate and misleading.

While I repeatedly stressed during the press conference that I am against the implementation of the Automated Traffic Enforcement (AES) 1Malaysia camera system, and that “whether we like it or not, these are summonses issued under the law”, I had not at any time said that people should pay the summons. Instead, I said that I will not make such a call until I get a briefing by the Transport Ministry and after further discussion is made with the PR Leadership.

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The Prime Minister Should Personally Justify AES 1Malaysia Cameras Instead Of Relying On Kong Cho Ha Who Has Not Only Lost The Confidence Of Malaysians But Even Of UMNO Youth And Gerakan.(en/cn)

Press Statement By DAP Secretary-General And MP For Bagan Lim Guan Eng In Kuala Lumpur On 3.11.2012.

DAP expresses disappointment at Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak for refusing to suspend the Automated Enforcement System(AES) but has instead asked Transport Minister Datuk Seri Kong Cho Ha to explain why 1Malaysia cameras are necessarily commercialised to 2 private companies. Najib should personally justify AES 1Malaysia cameras instead of relying on Kong when Kong has not only lost the confidence of Malaysians, but even of UMNO Youth and Gerakan who has openly opposed AES.

BN’s AES that punishes the rakyat solely to enrich private companies as compare to PR Penang’s Agenda Ekonomi Saksama(AES) or Equitable Economic Agenda that strives to wipe out poverty highlights the different policy approach towards economic development. On the one hand BN installs 1Malaysia cameras without any open competitive tender that benefits certain crony companies through commissions for every traffic summons issued, whilst PR Penang’s AES will allow Penang to be the first state in Malaysia to be free from poverty by 2013.

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UCAPAN BAJET TAHUN 2013 NEGERI PULAU PINANG

AGENDA EKONOMI SAKSAMA (AES)– NEGERI PERTAMA DI MALAYSIA YANG MEMBASMI KEMISKINAN

Saya mohon mencadangkan supaya rang undang-undang yang bernama ”Suatu enakmen bagi menggunakan sejumlah wang daripada Kumpulan Wang Disatukan untuk perkhidmatan bagi tahun 2013 dan bagi memperuntukkan wang itu untuk perkhidmatan tahun itu” dibaca kali kedua.

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