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ARTIKEL & VIDEO SIDANG MEDIA YKPD & DPMM NEGERI NEGERI 2 OGOS 2018 (KHAMIS)

ARTIKEL AKHBAR

 

Sumber : Berita Harian, Jumaat 3 Ogos 2018, Edisi Johor, ms 21

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Sumber : Youtube, The Star Online

Sumber : Youtube, beritanasionalrtm rasmi

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ARTIKEL ONLINE

UTUSAN ONLINE

 

KUALA LUMPUR 2 Ogos – Sebarang usaha merombak aktiviti teras Majlis Amanah Rakyat (Mara) melalui konsep ‘pengasingan dan penyerapan’ ke bawah beberapa kementerian boleh menjejaskan pembangunan Melayu dan bumiputera di negara ini.

Sambil melahirkan rasa kesal, Pengerusi Yayasan Kajian dan Pembangunan Dewan Perniagaan Melayu Malaysia (YKPD), Datuk Dr. Syed Ali Al-Attas berkata, walaupun kerajaan belum membuat sebarang keputusan namun pihaknya bimbang sekiranya perkara itu benar-benar terjadi.

“Memang belum ada kenyataan rasmi namun kita tidak boleh berdiam diri dan menunggu sehingga khabar angin ini menjadi kenyataan.

“Sekiranya rombakan itu berlaku dan Mara dipecahkan di bawah beberapa kementerian ia ibarat memotong kaki dan tangan agensi tersebut,” katanya ketika sidang akhbar di sini hari ini.

Yang turut hadir, Ahli Majlis YKPD, Datuk Seri Syed Hussein Al-Habshee serta Timbalan Presiden Persatuan Bekas Pelajar Maktab Rendah Sains Mara (Ansara), Datuk Nasri Nasrun.

Sebelum ini timbul desas-desus  yang menyatakan kerajaan bakal merombak aktiviti teras Mara, namun sehingga hari ini kerajaan belum membuat sebarang pengumuman rasmi. – UTUSAN ONLINE

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BERITA HARIAN ONLINE
PENGERUSI Yayasan Kajian dan Pembangunan Dewan Perniagaan Melayu Malaysia (YKDP), Datuk Dr Syed Ali Alattas. – Foto Mohamad Shahril Badri Saali

 

KUALA LUMPUR: Ura-ura bahawa Majlis Amanah Rakyat (MARA) bakal dipecah ke beberapa kementerian mengikut konsep pengasingan dan penyerapan dikhuatiri memberi impak negatif, terutama membabitkan orang Melayu dan Bumiputera.

Pengerusi Yayasan Kajian dan Pembangunan Dewan Perniagaan Melayu Malaysia (YKDP), Datuk Dr Syed Ali Alattas, berkata MARA adalah organisasi yang berjaya, tidak mempunyai hutang, malah turut menjadi model kepada negara membangun.

Justeru, pencapaian itu jelas membuktikan tidak perlu rombakan atau perubahan dilakukan kerana ia boleh diibaratkan seperti memotong ‘kaki dan tangan’ organisasi berkenaan.

Katanya, sepatutnya kerajaan memberi peruntukan lebih untuk meningkatkan lagi keupayaan MARA yang mana ia memberi hasil positif kepada pembangunan negara.

“Sepatutnya, MARA diletakkan semula di bawah Kementerian Pembangunan Usahawan serta agensi lain yang ada kaitan dengan Bumiputera dan orang Melayu.

“Jika lebih serius untuk meneruskan agenda pembangunan Bumiputera, kita mahu MARA diletakkan di bawah Jabatan Perdana Menteri,” katanya dalam satu sidang media, dekat sini, hari ini.

Yang turut hadir Timbalan Pengerusi YKPD, Datuk Seri Syed Hussein Al-Habshee.

Sebelum ini, desas desus menyatakan bahawa kerajaan berhasrat untuk merombak MARA dan diletakkan di bawah beberapa kementerian seperti Kementerian Luar Bandar, Kementerian Pembangunan Usahawan dan Kementerian Pelajaran.

Katanya, biarpun hanya desas desus, pihaknya menentang sekerasnya usaha untuk pengasingan berkenaan.

“Memang kita belum menerima kenyataan rasmi namun kita tidak boleh berdiam diri dan menunggu sehingga khabar angin ini menjadi kenyataan.

“MARA tidak sepatutnya menjadi mangsa politik sebaliknya diberi kuasa untuk terus memainkan peranan dalam membantu masyarakat,” katanya.

Artikel Penuh: https://www.bharian.com.my/berita/nasional/2018/08/457140/rombakan-mara-jejas-bumiputera

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THE STAR

KUALA LUMPUR: The Govern­ment must maintain Majlis Amanah Rakyat (Mara) as a single agency under one ministry or place it directly under the Prime Minister’s control, says Malay Chamber of Commerce Malaysia (DPMM).

Datuk Syed Ali Alattas, who is chairman of DPMM’s research and development foundation, said this was to ensure the continuity of the bumiputra agenda.

“Any attempt to split Mara would diminish its status and would be regarded as a betrayal of the bumiputra cause.

“It would be against Article 153 of the Constitution,” Syed Ali said in a joint media conference with presidents of DPMM’s state chapter.

image: https://content.thestar.com.my/smg/settag/name=lotame/tags=all

Article 153 of the Constitution grants the Yang di-Pertuan Agong responsibility for safeguarding the special position of the Malays and natives of any of the states of Sabah and Sarawak and the legitimate interests of other communities.

Don’t change it: Maintaining Mara as a single agency will ensure the continuity of the bumiputra agenda , says Syed Ali. — Bernama

Don’t change it: Maintaining Mara as a single agency will ensure the continuity of the bumiputra agenda , says Syed Ali. — Bernama

 

Syed Ali was commenting on a claim that the Government planned to split Mara and put its various arms under different ministries.

On July 23, Entrepreneurial Development Minister Mohd Redzuan Mohd Yusof said Mara’s status would be decided within the next 20 days by the Prime Minister.

Mohd Redzuan said that the regulatory responsibilities of the bumiputera agency were still at discussion stage in the Cabinet.

Following this, Umno secretary-general Tan Sri Annuar Musa tweeted the party’s concerns over reports that Mara would be split up and placed under the control of several ministries.

Among them include Rural and Regional Development, Entrepre­neurial Development, Education and the Prime Minister’s Depart­ment.

This prompted several Umno leaders to issue statements, stating their objections to the plan.

Although there has been no official announcement by the Govern­ment, Syed Ali said “we cannot wait for it to happen”.

Asked what action DPMM would take if the Government decided to split up Mara, Syed Ali said: “Tun Razak (the country’s second prime minister Tun Abdul Razak Hussein) once said that on the day of reckoning, heads will roll wherever they are. That is my answer.”

Artikel Penuh : https://www.thestar.com.my/news/nation/2018/08/03/splitting-up-mara-against-constitution-change-in-status-would-be-a-betrayal-of-the-bumiputra-says-ma/

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THE SUN DAILY

Malay Chamber of Commerce objects to split up of MARA

KUALA LUMPUR: The Malay Chamber of Commerce Malaysia (MCCM) has joined the Opposition leaders chorus of objection against any plans to carve out Majlis Amanah Rakyat’s (Mara) units under several ministries.

The Pakatan Harapan government reportedly plans a revamp of Mara’s main activities through the concept of “isolation and absorption’ under several ministries, namely the Rural Development Ministry, Economic Affairs Ministry, Education Ministry and Entrepreneur Development Ministry.

The chamber’s Research and Development Foundation (YKPD) chairman Datuk Dr Syed Ali Al-Attas said, should the function of Mara be divided among several ministries, it would be difficult to focus on implementing programs that involve the bumiputra agenda.

He likened it to detaching limbs from a body and eventually crippling it.

Given Mara’s status as a statutory body under the law, any changes to Mara should be brought up for debate in Parliament.

Quoting the late former prime minister Tun Abdul Razak, that Mara is “a government within a government”, Syed Ali said it should be maintained as a single agency under the purview of one ministry to continue the Bumiputra Agenda as espoused by the Bumiputra Congress 1965. He also welcomed the revival of the Entrepreneur Development Ministry which previously oversaw Mara.

Mara is currently under the purview of the Ministry of Rural Development.

Meanwhile, council member Datuk Dr Mohd Ghazali Md Noor said the only revamp Mara should possibly undergo is to transform it into a corporate body and a strategic polling company.

According to Ghazali, the government should in fact, find ways to expand the scope of Mara and empower it to lead the Malays and bumiputra’s to a new future.

“Why change something that works? Instead we should empower Mara by giving it more allocations and authority to enhance what it has already done, which is right and has given positive results to the country especially for bumiputras and rural development,” said Datuk Nasri Nasrun, deputy president of MRSM Malaysia Student Association.

He added that to drive the agenda to develop the community further, it is essential to house the entrepreneurship, educational and investment arms under one roof.

Deputy Chairman of YKPD Datuk Seri Syed Hussein Al-Habshee said housing the education arm under the Education Ministry would mean that Mara will have to follow policies which are for all races.

“Mara itself has proven to be a successful organisation with zero debt and has helped the Malays and bumiputra’s on record. Since its inception we have only seen its successes and why don’t we just enhance its success?” he added.

The chamber will submit a memorandum to Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad on the matter.

Established on March 1, 1966 as a statutory body by an Act of Parliament as a result of the first Bumiputra Economic Congress resolution in 1965 – the Council is responsible for developing, encouraging, facilitating and fostering the economic and social development in the federation, particularly in rural areas.

Artikel Penuh : http://www.thesundaily.my/news/2018/08/02/malay-chamber-commerce-objects-split-mara

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MALAYSIAN BUSINESS

YKPD and The Malay Chamber of Commerce objects to the splitting up of MARA

Yayasan Kajian dan Pembangunan DPMM (YKPD), and all the Presidents of all States Malay Chamber of Commerce has voiced out their objection towards government’s concept of “isolate and absorption” of MARA under different ministries namely the Rural Development Ministry, Economic Affairs Ministry, Education Ministry and Entrepreneur Development Ministry.

The chamber’s Research and Development Foundation (YKPD) chairman, Datuk Dr Syed Ali Al-Attas said even though the government hasn’t declared their decision to pursue their plan of revamping MARA, the members feel the necessity to put a stand first addressing the issue and reasons they are against the plan.

He insisted that if MARA is divided to different ministries, it would be difficult to focus on implementing programs that involve the Bumiputera agenda.
“MARA is a government within a government.

“Therefore, it should be maintained as a single agency under the purview of one ministry to continue the Bumiputera Agenda as espoused by the Bumiputera Congress 1965,” said Syed Ali.

In addition, he stated that any attempt to split MARA shall eventually diminish MARA status and shall be regarded a betrayal of Bumiputera cause and against the Article 153 of the Constitution of the nation.

MRSM Malaysia Student Association deputy president, Datuk Nasrin Nasrun said, “Since its establishment, MARA has work very strongly to develop Bumiputera especially those from the rural area.
“The results are positive. Therefore, why change something that works?”

He added that instead of splitting up, the authority should recognize MARA’s efforts by giving more allocations to strengthen it.

YKPD deputy chairman, Datuk Seri Syed Hussein Al-Habshee said, “MARA has proven itself to be a successful organization with zero debt and has helped Bumiputera”.

He also agreed with Datuk Nasrin, saying that “We should focus on the success and enhance it, rather than change something that works.”

The chamber plans to submit a memorandum to Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad on August 3.

Artikel Penuh : http://www.malaysian-business.com/index.php/general-news/item/2067-ykpd-and-the-malay-chamber-of-commerce-objects-to-the-splitting-up-of-mara

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MALAYSIA GAZZETTE

Mara akan cacat jika ‘dipisah-pisahkan’

MARA
Pengerusi Yayasan Kajian dan Pembangunan DPMM (YKPD) Yang DiPertua DPMM Negeri-Negeri, Datuk (Dr) Syed Ali Alattas bercakap pada sidang media oleh Yayasan Kajian dan Pembangunan DPMM (YKPD) dan Dewan Perniagaan Melayu Malaysia (DPMM) berkenaan nasib Majlis Amanah Rakyat (MARA) di Hotel Seri Pacific, Kuala Lumpur. foto MIRZA HASIM 2 OGOS 2018

KUALA LUMPUR- “Sekiranya Majlis Amanah Rakyat (Mara) dipecah-pecahkan di bawah beberapa kementerian, ia ibarat tubuh yang dikerat-kerat anggotanya.

“Tangan di tempat lain, kaki di tempat lain, telinga di tempat lain yang tinggal hanya tubuh.

“Ya, tubuh tersebut masih boleh bernyawa namun cacat dan hilang fungsinya,” demikian analogi Pengerusi Yayasan Kajian dan Pembangunan Dewan Perniagaan Melayu Malaysia, Datuk Syed Ali Alattas.

Beliau mengulas cadangan kerajaan yang mahu agensi yang fokus di dalam pembangunan bumiputera itu dipecah-pecahkan dan diserap ke bawah beberapa kementerian.

Tegasnya, Mara sebagai sebuah agensi yang mempunyai rekod kejayaan cemerlang tidak seharusnya diganggu sebaliknya perlu diperkukuhkan bagi membantu lebih ramai kaum bumiputera di negara ini.

Ini dapat dilakukan apabila agensi tersebut diletakkan di bawah satu kementerian penting dan beliau mencadangkan supaya Mara diletakkan di bawah Jabatan Perdana Menteri (JPM).

Satu referendum akan dihantar kepada Perdana Menteri, Tun Dr. Mahathir Mohamad dalam masa terdekat.

“Jika ia tidak rosak, kenapa perlu diusik?

“Memisahkan jabatan-jabatan di bawah Mara kepada pelbagai kementerian hanya akan menjahanamkan agensi yang selama ini telah lama berjaya membantu membangunkan agenda bumiputera.

“Tun Abdul Razak pernah berkata bahawa Mara adalah sebuah kerajaan di dalam kerajaan atau dalam kata lain adalah sebuah mini kerajaan.

“Perkara ini telah saya sampaikan secara peribadi kepada Perdana Menteri sendiri.

Apa yang patut kerajaan lakukan adalah menambah dana Mara supaya ianya lebih berdaya maju dan bukannya merosakkannya dengan memisahkan jabatan-jabatan di dalamnya,” kata Syed Ali lagi.

Beliau menambah, fungsi Mara akan terjejas apabila dipisah-pisahkan di bawah pelbagai kementerian kerana fokus yang telah berubah.

Tambah beliau, sejak penubuhannya, lebih 1.2 juta pelajar dan lebih satu juta usahawan telah berjaya menerusi program-program anjuran Mara manakala dana amanah pendidikan Mara ketika ini berjumlah RM1 bilion dengan RM500 juta daripadanya adalah hasil keuntungan.

Mara juga katanya, telah membantu lebih 200,000 pelajar dari semua peringkat setiap tahun. UniKL sendiri mempunyai 30,000 pelajar manakala Maktab Rendah Sains Mara mempunyai 50,000 pelajar.- MalaysiaGazette

Artikel Penuh: http://malaysiagazette.com/v2/blog/2018/08/02/mara-akan-cacat-jika-dipisah-pisahkan/

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