Friday, February 12, 2010

Kapal Selam yang tak boleh Selam

The Time to change....PRK Mantin

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Apa cerita nie? Joke of the day!

Zahid: Our submarine can’t dive
NEWS/COMMENTARIES Thursday, 11 February 2010 Super Admin

(AFP) - Malaysia’s first submarine, a European-made Scorpene delivered last September, has developed problems that make it unfit for diving, Defence Minister Ahmad Zahid Hamidi said today.
The KD Tunku Abdul Rahman sailed into a grand reception last year as the first of two commissioned from French contractor DCNS and Spain’s Navantia for a total of 3.4 billion ringgit. Named after the country’s first prime minister, it was hailed as an important acquisition despite opposition allegations of corruption in the deal.
"The submarine can still dive but when we detected the defects, we were advised that it should not dive," Zahid told reporters."The (parts found with) defects are still under warranty so the supplier and contractor are repairing them," he added. Navy chief Abdul Aziz Jaafar said a problem first emerged in the submarine’s cooling system last December. After being fixed, another defect was identified in a different system last month."We hope it can dive again after February 18, so we can carry out the tropical water trials," Abdul Aziz told reporters.The navy chief said the second submarine, the KD Tun Razak which is named after the nation’s second premier, is expected to arrive from France on May 31. It was originally scheduled for delivery in late 2009.The two submarines have attracted controversy since the deal was signed in 2002.Malaysia’s opposition claims that a 540-million-ringgit commission was paid to a close associate of Prime Minister Najib Razak in brokering the contract.
Najib has denied there was any corruption in the deal, which was made when he was defence minister.


The Time to change....PRK Mantin

Kenyataan di bawah di buat oleh orang kanan UMNO(Umno executive secretary, Datuk Abdul Rauf Yusoh) ....berbunyi....

“I am not supporting Nasir Safar at all! I am not supporting what he said. Let me just put it this way — there is a right forum to talk about Malay interests, and what Nasir Safar did was not right, talking like that in public.“If it was discussed behind a closed door session, its normal, but he said it outside... what he said was not right,” said Rauf, who used to be the Umno Youth assistant secretary.He also maintained that Umno is essentially a Malay party, therefore it was an acceptable practice for Umno to talk about “Malay interests”.

Persoalannya.... jika ada perjumpaan tertutup... kenyataan berbau perkauman boleh dibincangkan..... Mana pergi Amalan 1Malaysia....

Sila layari.....