‘Taib has hijacked our democratic system’

By Awang Abdillah Awang Nasser
MoCS Coordinator, Jepak

The PBB ‘leaders’ have all pledged to defend the status of Pehin Seri Taib Mahmud as the rightful Chief Minister of Sarawak as his party PBB alone had garnered 35 seats, and together with those won by the other BN component parties, the BN had attained the majority number of seats out of the total 71 seats in the DUN in the just concluded 10th state election held on 16 april 2011.

This achievement as what they claimed is what democracy is all about! We do not dispute the numbers nor the democratic ruling of majority rule. What we question is the modus operandi PBB deployed in the election that enabled them unlike the other BN parties to win all the 35 seats contested.

Senator Dato Idris Buang and YB Abdul Karim had even threatened to take action against those who demand that Pehin Seri Taib should step down as the CM by 13 august 2011.

Let us try to understand the concept of democracy in its’ entirety.

Democracy is not only about winning the majority number of seats in an election as claimed by Taib’s diehard loyalists nor is it only confined to the system of government as many are led to believe. The comprehensive meaning would aptly describe it as a kind of political system in a country. As to whether it remains as a theoretical concept or is being practised according to its theoretical principles and rules is another thing altogether.

Democracy is a political system where the ultimate political power in the country is vested in the masses or people . Unlike the political power vested in an elected government or a country’s ruler, the political power of the people is in the form of democratic rights and universal principles viz –

1. Rights of citizens to choose own government

Every citizen has an equal right to choose their own government through a fair and free process of the country’s election.

The general election is a process that gives every eligible individual an equal right to choose and vote candidates and political party of their choice free from coercion, intimidation, unlawful influences and the like, to be elected to the legislature ie the Parliament and in the case of state of Sarawak the DUN for a specific term usually 4 -5 years.

Setting a time limit is necessary to ensure power is returned back to the people since power vested in an elected government is a temporary one, to enable the people to evaluate the performance of the elected representatives and the administration, and to replace the representatives, or even change the leadership, party or the entire government if necessary in the next term.

2. Rights of the majority

Elected parliamentarians or DUN members would then proceed to form the government based on the principle of majority rule.

Any party or association of parties that has attained a simple majority of seats in the House holds the democratic right to form the government. The opposition parties or the people do not dispute this universal ruling. Formation of a government would technically mean the formation of the cabinet to enable the government to function. The minority party/parties would then automatically assume the role as the opposition. The role of the opposition is essentially to act as the check-and-balance in and outside the House acting as the watchdog for the people.

3. Rights of parliamentarians or DUN members to speak freely in the House

Since the members of the legislature are elected by the people, the role of the parliamentarians should be to act on behalf of the people’s interests esp on national and economic issues.

Hence all lawmakers should be granted full and equal rights and opportunities to speak and discuss issues affecting the nation or state irrespective of which camp they belong. No DUN member should be stopped from speaking his mind especially when questioning the government actions, let alone suspend him from the sitting for any period of time.

Such act is a violation of the people‘s rights vested in all the DUN members. Hence the appointment of the Parliament or DUN Speaker must be a person who is nonpartisan to any particular member in the House irrespective of the latter’s standing or affiliation, to ensure any abuse of power by the Executive can be checked and curtailed inside the Dewan before the malpractices get out of control as what is happening in our state.

On the other hand if the Speaker is a partisan to a particular leader or party, and acts to restrain members of the opposition from speaking during session time, then such acts will kill democracy on the spot, but if he goes overboard by overprotecting the government ministers (acting on instructions from the CM of course) where the questioner is given the boot such as suspension for questioning the Chief Minister’s actions, then he has literally thrown out the democratic system and turned the honourable House into an unfit and shameful demonic institution.

Hence the Chief Minister have made a 2nd hijacking of democracy inside the DUN!

The House is supposed to be a venue for intellectual discourse,debate , dissemination of information on state and national issues.

4. Rights of the judiciary

It is mandatory that the elected government should uphold the independence of the judiciary free from interferences by the former or any politician at all times to ensure all citizens irrespective of their positions and affiliations are treated equally before the law. This universal ruling is to ensure justice and truth are upheld and executed by the courts in the country.

5. Freedom of the media
The authorities should allow the print and electronic media to provide independent news and reports free from government control to ensure the public receive unbias and uncensored information .

6. Basic human rights

The people must have the freedom of speech and writing without any harassment or threats from the authorities to enable the people to air their opinions freely without fear on any public issue.

7. Duties and responsibilities of the elected government

A. Duties of an elected government

Since the members of the DUN are in the first place elected by the people ,the role of the government is rightly to serve the latter. Policies formulated , and duties and responsibilities executed must adhere to the democratic and universal principles, the rule of law and good practices.

It is the duty of the elected government to devise economic plans for the economic development and progress of the state and the people, create and channel wealth, provide business, employment opportunities and public facilities for the people to raise their standard of living in all fields.

No member of the cabinet should serve his own personal vested interests viz indulging in abusing his position and status to acquire State wealth and resources for themselves, usurping government funds, award public projects and works for oneself and cronies, trafficking in illicit funds to buy votes during an election, and commit other malpractices.

The cabinet is answerable to the people for whatever actions the ministers have committed. The political leaders should not appoint any henchmen to defend their wrongful acts as what is happening right now!

Henchman the likes of Dato Idris Buang who want to protect his rice bowl (most of these henchmen have rice bowls as big as a kawah) is coming out in the open in full force to defend their master.

B. Responsibilities of an elected government

Ensure that national and state elections are conducted free from all kinds of unlawful acts and malpractices; the independence of the judiciary and the rule of law; freedom of the media; freedom of speech and writing and others; special agencies like the MACC should be given the free hand to investigate malpractices especially corrupt acts committed by any power abuser and their henchmen and cronies, irrespective of one’s status.

The Executive must uphold all these democratic rights and universal principles and the rule of law in executing its duties and responsibilities in order to achieve good governance.

C. Democracy is vulnerable

Like any system, democracy has its own loopholes. Problems arise when it comes to implementation:-

(i) The people decide the success of democracy

The success of the democratic system depends on the ability of the people to exercise their rights. In the first place the system assumes that the people can think freely and independently on their own to decide and choose who they want to elect as representatives to the legislature.

In the Sarawak context this is a serious problem because the rural people are generally poor and ignorant, hence they do not know about their potent rights in a democratic system of government.

Generally they cannot think and decide for themselves. This explains why PBB managed to win all the 35 seats in the 10th state election, unlike the other component parties especially SUPP where the urban electorate can decide freely and independently on their own as to who to choose among the candidates and parties.

PBB took advantage of this phenomenon fully for the last 30 years through money politics, trafficking in illicit funds to buy rural votes etc!

Not surprising then the rural people will choose only candidates that use the PBB/BN symbol ‘dacing’ and not otherwise.

The Chief Minister have made the first hijacking of democracy during election time!

(ii) Though there are many democratic rights that are beneficial to the rakyat, sometimes these rights can be abused by irresponsible individuals.

Hence it is necessary that the relevant authorities monitor such activities.

Measures to safeguard the true democratic system:-

1. Essential to have a strong opposition in the legislature

To safeguard the system from abuses of power, an effective and outspoken opposition in the legislature is very essential esp in the case of Malaysia.

Therefore our State needs to have more opposition members in the Dewan for this purpose. The power of the Speakers must be reviewed and limited to that of conducting mainly the sessions. He cannot overrule the rights of the YBs to speak freely.

2. Imperative to educate the rural people

The opposition should not only expose the abuses of power and other malpractices committed by the politicians in power but more important to educate the rural people whose mindset have been spoilt, to know the importance of their democratic rights and universal principles for the bettement of themselves.

3. Role of other entities and agencies

The media and special agencies like the MACC should be brave enough to stand up and speak at least for themselves that Sarawak and Malaysia need to change in order to move forward ,otherwise our State and nation may end up like some Middle Eastern and South American countries, where there is anarchy and sufferings of the people.

4. Last line of defence

If all democratic measures have failed to dislodge power abusers in the State, the only line of defence left which is stil part and parcel of democracy is the loose association of brave men, free fighters, NGOs, media, members of public and others who can act to prevent Sarawak from heading towards anarchy, authoritarian or dictatorship rule etc.

We have witnessed in many so called democratic countries, corruptors, autocrats and even dictators can thrive within the democratic system.

These last men standing is our only hope to bring positive changes to the state. They can do it through exerting pressures for individual leaders to resign from their posts before they commit more harm. If leaders have crossed the red line too far inside the people’s territory, then it is only fair that the last line of defenders push them back to the original line.

This can be done by making demands and peaceful demonstrations as the defenders of true democracy.

Acts of pressure and criminal imtimidation against a third party are two different terms, the latter implying harm to the third party. Acts of pressure such as making demands for one’s resignation and calls for demo if he refuses to bow to pressure are still within the ambit of democracy.

Setting a dateline would give the other party time to exit in an honourable way.

The opposition parties can refer the acts of the Sarawak state government to the UN body or the International Court of Justice for violations of democratic rights and universal principles.

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1 Response to ‘Taib has hijacked our democratic system’

  1. Awang Abdillah Awang Nasar says:

    And also hijacked JKR Sarawak
    Posted by Huebert on May 26, 2011 at 07:27:07:

    In Reply to : Taib has hijacked our democratic system posted by Awang Abdillah replies toTaib men on May 26, 2011 at 07:06:55:

    A. Maklumat Syarikat: :
    Company Name : TITANIUM MANAGEMENT SDN. BHD.
    Address : LEVEL 9 , TITANIUM TOWERLOT 1, BRIGHTON SQUARE JALAN SONG
    Postcode 93350
    Town : KUCHING
    State: SARAWAK
    Telephone: 082-285999
    Fax : 082-285888
    Email : ti @ titaniumgroup.com.my

    D. Maklumat Ahli Lembaga Pengarah:
    Bil Nama Warganegara Jawatan
    1. CHUNG SOON NAM MALAYSIA PENGARAH
    2.MAHMUD BIN ABU BEKIR TAIB MALAYSIA PENGARAH URUSAN
    3.MICHAEL TING KUOK NGIE@TING KOK NGIE MALAYSIA PENGARAH

    G.Modal Berbayar / Modal Terkumpul :
    a.Modal Dibenarkan (RM):
    b.Modal Berbayar / Modal Terkumpul (RM): 2,400,000.00

    H.Maklumat Projek:
    Bil Tajuk Tarikh Anugerah Nilai (RM) Kilen

    1. The Design, Const. & Comp. Of Bridges & Culvets To Replace Temporary & Semi-Permanent Council Bridges & Some JKR Bridges In Sarawak. Package Ref.PWD/HO/B039/2008.02SK.CBB03 And Package Ref.PWD/HO/B039/2008.03SK.CBB04, 20-11-2008 RM 31,454,562.19 JABATAN KERJA RAYA SARAWAK

    2. The Design, Construction And Completion Of The Bridges For The Bridge Replacement Project, 04-10-2000 RM 551,020,000.00 JKR SARAWAK

    3. The Design, Construction and Completion of the Bridges for the Bridge replacement Project in Sarawak. 04-10-2000 RM
    ____________________________

    A. Maklumat Syarikat: :
    Company Name : TITANIUM PROJECT MANAGEMENT SDN. BHD.
    Address : LEVEL 9, TITANIUM TOWER LOT 1, BRIGHTON SQUARE JALAN SONG
    Postcode 93350
    Town : KUCHING
    State: SARAWAK
    Telephone: 082-285 999
    Fax : 082-285 888
    Email : ti @ titanium.com.my

    . Maklumat Ahli Lembaga Pengarah:
    Bil Nama Warganegara Jawatan
    1. CHUNG SOON NAM MALAYSIA PENGARAH URUSAN
    2. MICHAEL TING KUOK NGIE @TING KOK KGIE MALAYSIA PENGARAH

    G.Modal Berbayar / Modal Terkumpul :
    a.Modal Dibenarkan (RM):
    b.Modal Berbayar / Modal Terkumpul (RM): 9,000,000.00

    H.Maklumat Projek:
    Bil Tajuk Tarikh Anugerah Nilai (RM) Kilen

    1. The Design, Const. & Comp. Of Bridges & Culverts To Replace Temporary & Semi-Permanent Council Bridges & Some JKR Bridges In Sarawak Package Ref. PWD/HO/B039/2008.04BSM. CB60. (TPMSb Ref:02B/04/ASJDC) 18-01-2011 RM 2,585,232.94 JABATAN KERJA RAYA SARAWAK

    2. Contract No: PWD/HO/B039/2008 02MR.CB30 The Design, Construction And Completion Of Bridges And Culvert To Replace Temporary And Semi-Permanent Council Bridges And Some JKR Bridge In Sarawak – Sungai Dalam Bridge No. 2 Along Jalan Kampung Lusut (Taman Tunku) 28-10-2010 RM 1,731,593.89 JABATAN KERJA RAYA SARAWAK

    3. The Design, Construction And Completion Of Bridges And Culverts To Replace Temporary And Semi-Permanent Council Bridges And Some JKR Bridges In Sarawak. Package Ref. PWD/HO/B039/2008.08SM.CB37 01-10-2009 RM 4,515,137.77 JABATAN KERJA RAYA SARAWAK

    4. The Design, Construction And Completion Of Bridges And Culverts To Replace Temporary And Semi-Permanent Coucil Bridges And Some JKR Bridges In Sarawak. Package Ref.PWD/HO/B039/2008.02BET.CB47 01-10-2009 RM 3,164,207.54 JABATAN KERJA RAYA SARAWAK

    5. The Design ,Construction And Completion Of Bridges And Culvert To Replace Temporary And Semi-Permanent Council Bridges And Some JKR Bridges in Sarawak -Package Ref.PWD/HQ/B039/2008.05LG.CB26 (TPSMB Ref: 03/04/LGDC) 01-10-2009 RM 2,701,156.92 JABATAN KERJA RAYA SARAWAK

    6. The Design, Construction And Completion Of Bridges And Culverts To Replace Temporary And Semi-Permanent Council Bridges And Some JKR Bridges In Sarawak. Package Ref.PWD/HO/B039/2008.10KH.CB42 01-10-2009 RM 7,563,537.78 JABATAN KERJA RAYA SARAWAK

    7. The Design, Construction And Completion Of Bridges And Culverts To Replace Temporary And Semi-Permanent Council Bridges And Some JKR Bridges In Sarawak. Package Ref.PWD/HO/B039/2008.05SM.CB45 TPMSB Ref: 01/09/SMJDC 01-10-2009 RM 4,832,441.58 JABATAN KERJA RAYA SARAWAK

    8. The Design, Const. & Comp. Of Bridges & Culverts To Replace Temporary & Semi-Permanent Council Bridges & Some JKR Bridges In Sarawak Package Ref. PWD/HO/B039/2008. 03BSM. CB43. (TPMSB Ref:01B/04/ASJDC) 01-10-2009 RM 1,582,103.77 JABATAN KERJA RAYA SARAWAK

    9. The Design, Const. & Comp. Of Bridges & Culverts To Replace Temporary & Semi-Permanent Council Bridges & Some JKR Bridges In Sarawak Package Ref. PWD/HO/B039/2008.12KH.CB53 (TPMSB Ref:05/14/PMC) 01-10-2009 RM 1,755,752.00 JABATAN KERJA RAYA SARAWAK

    10. The Design, Construction And Completion Of Bridges And Culverts To Replace Temporary And Semi-Permanent Council Bridges And Some JKR Bridges In Sarawak. Package Ref. PWD/HO/B039/2008.04SM.CB44 01-10-2009 RM 4,057,379.47 JABATAN KERJA RAYA SARAWAK

    11. The Design, Construction And Completion Of Bridges And Culverts To Replace Temporary And Semi-Permanent Council Bridges And Some JKR Bridges In Sarawak. Package Ref.PWD/HO/B039/2008.07SM.CB36 TPMSB Ref: 02/02/SMDC 01-10-2009 RM 1,843,175.33 JABATAN KERJA RAYA SARAWAK

    12. The Design, Construction And Completion Of Bridges And Culverts To Replace Temporary And Semi-Permanent Council Bridges And Some JKR Bridges In Sarawak. Package Ref.PWD/HO/B039/2008.02BT.CB24 01-10-2009 RM 3,646,802.02 JABATAN KERJA RAYA SARAWAK

    13. The Design, Construction And Completion Of Bridges And Culvert To Replace Temporary And Semi-Permanent Council Bridges And Some JKR Bridges In Sarawak – PWD/HO/B039/2008.04LG.CB25 01-10-2009 RM 5,929,095.48 JABATAN KERJA RAYA SARAWAK

    14. The Design Construction And Completion Of Bridges And Culverts To Replace Temporary And Semi-Permanent Council Bridges And Some JKR Bridges In Sarawak. Package Ref.PWD/HO/B039/2008.03MR.CB33 28-09-2009 RM 4,093,285.49 JABATAN KERJA RAYA SARAWAK

    15. The Design, Construction And Completion Of Bridges And Culverts To Replace Temporary And Semi-Permanent Council Bridges And Some JKR Bridges in Swk-PWD/HQ/B039/2008.08KH.CB40 14-05-2009 RM 1,506,002.58 JABATAN KERJA RAYA SARAWAK

    16. The Design, Construction And Completion Of Bridges And Culverts To Replace Temporary And Semi-Permanent Council Bridges And Some JKR Bridges In Sarawak. Package Ref. PWD/HO/B039/2008.09SB.CB50 14-05-2009 RM 7,205,139.96 JABATAN KERJA RAYA SARAWAK

    17. The Design, Construction And Completion Of Bridges And Culverts To Replace Temporary And Semi-Permanent Council Bridges And Some JKR Bridges In Sarawak. Package Ref.PWD/HO/B039/2008.08SB.CB49 14-05-2009 RM 8,080,587.53 JABATAN KERJA RAYA SARAWAK

    18. The Design, Construction And Completion Of Bridges And Culverts To Replace Temporary And Semi-Permanent Council Bridges And Some JKR Bridges In Sarawak. Package Ref.PWD/HO/B039/2008.11SB.CB23 14-05-2009 RM 14,301,347.66 JABATAN KERJA RAYA SARAWAK

    19. The Design, Construction And Completion Of Bridges And Culverts To Replace Temporary And Semi-Permanent Council Bridges And Some JKR Bridges In Sarawak. Package Ref.PWD/HO/B039/2008.10SB.CB51 14-05-2009 RM 8,849,531.27 JABATAN KERJA RAYA SARAWAK

    20. The Design, Const. & Comp. Of Bridges & Culverts To Replace Temporary & Semi-Permanent Council Bridges & Some JKR Bridges In Sarawak Package Ref.PWD/HO/B039/2008.06SB.CB35 14-05-2009 RM 6,738,361.78 JABATAN KERJA RAYA SARAWAK

    21. The Design, Const. And Comp. Of Bridges And Culverts To Replace Temporary And Semi-Permanent Council Bridges And Some JKR Bridges in Swk- PWD/HQ/B039/2008.09KH.CB41 14-05-2009 RM 1,506,002.58 JABATAN KERJA RAYA SARAWAK

    22. The Design, Const. & Comp. Of Bridges & Culverts To Replace Temporary & Semi-Permanent Council Bridges & Some JKR Bridges In Sarawak Package Ref.PWD/HO/B039/2008.03SB.CB22 07-05-2009 RM 4,489,769.09 JABATAN KERJA RAYA SARAWAK

    23. Pakage Ref.PWD/HO/B039/2008.01LG.CB14 (TPMSB Ref: 01/04/LGDC) Comfirmation Of Pakage Contract Price The Design Construction And Completion Of Bridges And Culvert To Replace Temporary and Semi-Permanent Council Bridges and Some JKR Bridges In Sarawak 23-12-2008 RM 14,208,548.28 JABATAN KERJA RAYA SARAWAK

    24. The Design, Const. & Comp. Of Bridges & Culvets To Replace Temporary & Semi-Permanent Council Bridges & Some JKR Bridges In Sarawak. Package Ref. PWD/HO/B039/2008.03LG.CB18 (TPMSB Ref: 02/04LGDC) 20-11-2008 RM 5,269,660.16 JABATAN KERJA RAYA SARAWAK

    25. The Design, Construction And Completion Of Bridges And Culverts To Replace Temporary And Semi-PermanentCouncil Bridges And Some JKR Bridges In Sarawak (Pakage Ref. PWD/HO/B039/2008.01MR.CB09) 20-11-2008 RM 6,739,780.99 JABATAN KERJA RAYA SARAWAK

    26. The Design,Construction & Completion Of Bridges & Culverts To Replace Temporary & Semi-Permanent Council Briges & Some JKR Bridges In Sarawak-Package Ref. PWD/HQ/B039/2008.01 BET.CB20 20-11-2008 RM 4,045,410.80 JABATAN KERJA RAYA SARAWAK

    27. The Design, Const. & Comp. Of Bridges & Culverts To Replace Temporary & Semi-Permanent Council Bridges & Some JKR Bridges In Sarawak Package Ref.PWD/HO/B039/2008.01SK.CB02 20-11-2008 RM 13,755,420.00 JABATAN KERJA RAYA SARAWAK

    28. The Design, Const. & Comp. Of Bridges & Culverts To Replace Temporary & Semi-Permanent Council Bridges & Some JKR Bridges In Sarawak Package Ref.PWD/HO/B039/2008.01BT.CB08 20-11-2008 RM 12,852,292.98 JABATAN KERJA RAYA SARAWAK

    29. The Design, Const. & Comp. Of Bridges & Culverts To Replace Temporary & Semi-Permanent Council Bridges & Some JKR Bridges In Sarawak Package Ref.PWD/HO/B039/2008.03MK.CB21 (TPMSB Ref: 01B/05/DLDC) 20-11-2008 RM 1,703,804.06 JABATAN KERJA RAYA SARAWAK

    30. The Design, Construction And Completion Of Bridges And Culverts To Replace Temporary And Semi-Permanent Council Bridges And Some JKR Bridges In Sarawak. Package Ref.PWD/HO/B039/2008.01SB.CB05 20-11-2008 RM 19,871,501.85 JABATAN KERJA RAYA SARAWAK

    31. The Design, Construction And Completion Of Bridges And Culverts To Replace Temporary And Semi-Permanent Council Bridges And Some JKR Bridges In Sarawak. Package Ref.PWD/HO/B039/2008.03KH.CB07 20-11-2008 RM 6,502,583.69 JABATAN KERJA RAYA SARAWAK

    32. The Design, Const. & Comp. Of Bridges & Culverts To Replace Temporary & Semi-Permanent Council Bridges & Some JKR Bridges In Sarawak Package Ref.PWD/HO/B039/2008.02MK.CB16 20-11-2008 RM 14,794,718.41 JABATAN KERJA RAYA SARAWAK

    33. The Design, Const. & Comp. Of Bridges & Culvets To Replace Temporary & Semi-Permanent Council Bridges And Some JKR Bridges In Sarawak. Package Ref. PWD/HO/B039/2008.02KH.CB06 (TPMSB Ref: 01/04/LDC) 20-11-2008 RM 4,938,235.81 JKR SARAWAK

    34. The Design,Construction And Completion Of Bridges And Culverts To Replace Temporary And Semi-Permanent Council Bridges And Some JKR Bridges In Sarawak. Package Ref. PWD/HQ/B039/2008.02SM.CB19 20-11-2008 RM 5,724,367.78 JABATAN KERJA RAYA SARAWAK

    35. The Design,Construction And Completion Of Bridges And Culverts To Replace Temporary And Semi-Permanent Council Bridges And Some JKR Bridges In Swk. Package Ref. PWD/HQ/B039/2008.01SM.CB10 20-11-2008 RM 5,087,930.94 JABATAN KERJA RAYA SARAWAK

    36. The Design, Const. & Comp. Of Bridges & Culvets To Replace Temporary & Semi-Permanent Council Bridges & Some JKR Bridges In Sarawak Package Ref.PWD/HO/B039.2008.02SK.CBB03 & Package Sarawak. Ref.PWD/HO/B039/2008.03SK.CBB04, Sarawak. 20-11-2008 RM 31,454,526.19 TITANIUM MANAGEMENT SENDIRIAN BERHAD

    37. The Design, Construction And Completion of Bridges And Culverts To Replace Temporary And Semi-Permanent Council Bridges And Some JKR Bridges in Swk- Package Ref. PWD/HO/B039/2008.01KH.CB01 20-11-2008 RM 17,396,486.95 KTA (SARAWAK) SDN BHD

    38. The Design, Const. & Comp. Of Bridges & Culverts To Replace Temporary & Semi-Permanent Council Bridges & Some JKR Bridges In Sarawak Package Ref.PWD/HO/B039/2008.01MK.CB15 20-11-2008 RM 9,415,568.01 JABATAN KERJA RAYA SARAWAK

    ________________

    A. Maklumat Syarikat: :
    Company Name : PPES WORKS (SARAWAK) SDN. BHD.
    Address : LEVEL 6, WISMA MAHMUD JALAN SUNGAI SARAWAK
    Postcode : 93100
    Town : KUCHING
    State: SARAWAK
    Telephone: 082-238888
    Fax : 082-333828
    Email : www. cmsb. com.my

    B. Maklumat Pendaftaran :
    CIDB :
    i) No Pendafataran : 1961111-SR013393
    ii) Tarikh Luput Pendaftaran : 30-11-2011
    ii) Gred : G7
    iii) Pengkhususan :
    B02 – IBS : SISTEM KERANGKA KELULI
    B04 – KERJA AM BANGUNAN
    CE01 – PEMBINAAN JALAN DAN PAVMEN
    CE02 – PEMBINAAN JAMBATAN
    CE17 – LAPANGAN TERBANG
    CE20 – SISTEM BEKALAN AIR
    CE21 – KERJA-KERJA AM KEJURUTERAAN AWAM
    M15 – KELENGKAPAN MEKANIKAL PELBAGAI

    PKK :
    i) No Pendafataran : 1302 A 0385
    ii) Kelas : A

    D. Maklumat Ahli Lembaga Pengarah:
    Bil Nama Warganegara Jawatan
    1. DATO’ RICHARD ALEXANDER JOHN BRITISH PENGARAH
    2. DATO’ RICHARD ALEXANDER JOHN CURTIS MALAYSIA PENGARAH
    3. DATU MICHAEL TING KUOK NGIE@TING KOK NGIE MALAYSIA PENGARAH
    4. DR HAJI SULAIMAN BIN HUSAINI MALAYSIA PENGARAH
    5. GENERAL (R) TAN SRI DATO’ SERI MOHD ZAHIDI BIN ZAINUDDIN MALAYSIA PENGARAH
    6. HAJI MAHMUD ABU BEKIR TAIB MALAYSIA PENGARAH
    7. HAJI MAHMUD ABU BEKIR TAIB MALAYSIA PENGARAH URUSAN
    8. RAKAYAH BINTI HAMDAN MALAYSIA PENGARAH
    9. ROBERT EDWARD FRANK GARDNER CANADA PENGARAH
    10. TAN SRI DATO’ SERI MOHD ZAHIDI BIN ZAINUDDIN MALAYSIA PENGARAH
    11. TUAN HAJI LIZOZMAN BIN WAN OMAR MALAYSIA PENGARAH
    12.YB DATUK HAJI TALIB B ZULPILIP MALAYSIA PENGARAH

    G.Modal Berbayar / Modal Terkumpul :
    a.Modal Dibenarkan (RM):
    b.Modal Berbayar / Modal Terkumpul (RM): 10,000,000.00

    H.Maklumat Projek:
    Bil Tajuk Tarikh Anugerah Nilai (RM) Kilen

    1. Pro. Miri By-Pass, Miri, Serawak. RM

    2. Design & Build & Negotiated Contract Proposed Rehabilitation Of State JKR Roads In Sarwak For Year 2010 11-11-2010 RM 24,037,476.74 JABATAN KERJA RAYA SARAWAK

    3. Jalan Akses Ke Tapak Empangan Baram Bahagian Miri Sarawak (Pakej A: Fasa1 Dari Pekan Beluru Ke Batang Tinjar 06-08-2010 RM 101,300,000.00 JABATAN KERJA RAYA SARAWAK

    4. Proposed Bridge Over Batang Strap, Pantu, Sri Aman Divison 02-11-2009 RM 20,434,395.40 JABATAN KERJA RAYA SARAWAK

    5. Pakej 1 – Cadangan Pembangunan Infrastruktur Bagi Keperluan Projek Tanjong Agas Supply Base & Marine Services, Taman Industri Minyak & Gas Maritime Di Tanjong Agas, Pekan 16-09-2009 RM 146,963,897.62 PERBADANAN KEMAJUAN NEGERI PAHANG

    6. Design & Build Negotiated Contract Proposed Resettlement Platform & Access Road For Gerugu Dam Resettlement Scheme 15-05-2008 RM 5,397,913.92 JABATAN KERJA RAYA

    7. Design And Build Negotiated Contract Proposed Consruction And Completion Of Sarawak Convention And Exhibition Centre 21-04-2006 RM 195,000,000.00 JABATAN KERJA RAYA

    8. Mukah Coal-Fired Power Station Non-Plant Zone Contract: Contract No. MPG-310306-C 24-03-2006 RM 38,000,000.00 SARAWAK ENTERPRISE CORPORATION BERHAD

    9. Construction and Completion and Commissioning of Proposed Tunku Putra International School – New Campus (“TPIS New Campus” or “Project”) 11-01-2006 RM 17,918,000.00 CAHYA MATA SARAWAK

    10. Proposed Extension Swinburne University Of Technology (Sarawak Campus) 24-10-2005 RM 60,000,000.00 POMETIA SDN BHD

    11. Proposed Four Storey Hostels For Swinburne University Of Technology On Lot 10751, Section 64, KTLD, Jln Simpang Tiga, Kuching 24-10-2005 RM 8,500,000.00 POMETIA SDN BHD

    12. The Rehabilitation Of Airfield Pavement At Kuching International Airport, Kuching, Sarawak. 06-10-2005 RM 11,320,024.80 MALAYSIA AIRPORTS SDN BHD

    13. PWD/HQ/B069/2003 – Maintenance Privatisation of Federal Roads in Zone 1, Resurfacing of Kuching Airport Access Road (900), Kuching Division, Sarawak. 29-08-2005 RM 539,576.78 JABATAN KERJA RAYA, SARAWAK

    14. Cadangan Pembinaan dan Penyiapan Pusat Islam di atas Lot 3156, Blok 10, KCLD, Jalan Ong Tiang Swee, 23-08-2005 RM 10,696,573.52 PEJABAT MAJLIS ISLAM SARAWAK

    15. Projek Bekalan Air Luar Bandar (BALB) dari Tanjung Manis ke Kampung Saiee di Pulau Bruit, Wilayah Barat 31-05-2005 RM 28,168,106.20 RISDA DAERAH SEGAMAT

    16. EPCC Of Package 3 Bulk Depot Facilities & Package 4 LPG Bottling Facilities For Independent Oil Terminal Project At Kg. Senari 14-02-2005 RM 48,000,000.00 ASSAR CHEMICALS SDN BHD

    17. Design and Build Negotiated Contract Stage II – Construction of Proposed Gerugu Dam, Access Road and Ancillary Facilities for Sarikei Regional Water Supply, Sarikei, Sarawak. 26-01-2005 RM 67,198,699.78 JABATAN KERJA RAYA SARAWAK

    18. Design and Build Negotiated Contract Disign, Construction and Completion of Long Term Development Works Phase 3, Stage 2 Works for Sarikei Regional Water Supply. 12-10-2004 RM 21,800,000.00 JABATAN KERJA RAYA SARAWAK

    19. The Construction and Completion of The Proposed 26 Units of 3 Storey Shophouses and Associated Infrastructure Works on Lot 3284 (Part of P.L 847) 23-08-2004 RM CMS PROPERTIES SDN. BHD.

    20. The Construction And Completion Of The Proposed 26 Units Of 3 Storey Shophouse And Associated Infrastructure Works, Block 9, Salak Land District, Off Jalan Sultan Tengah, Kuching, Sarawak (Area S3A, Phase 3) 23-08-2004 RM 6,797,016.10 CMS PROPERTIES SDN BHD

    21. Proposed Construction and Completion of New Dewan Undangan Negeri Complex – Phase 1:Building Works and Immediate Vicinity. 16-02-2004 RM 250,000,000.00 JABATAN KERJA RAYA SARAWAK

    22. Proposed Upgrading Of Mukah Airport 10-02-2004 RM 8,661,500.00 PERBADANAN KEMAJUAN PERTANIAN SELANGOR

    23. Negotiated Contract Proposed Jalan Mulukun/Ng. Gaat (Phase 1) Kapit Division. 06-02-2004 RM 109,772,500.00 JABATAN KERJA RAYA SARAWAK

    24. Const. & Comp. Of The Prop. Jalan Bintulu/Similajau (Section B) (From CH KM10 + 884.84 To CH KM17 + 319.76) 28-03-2003 RM 27,858,000.00 JKR SARAWAK

    25. Construction and Completion of Proposed Jalan Ng. Bangkit/ Muara Lebaan, Bintangor,Sarikei, Sarawak. 28-03-2003 RM 52,000,000.00 JABATAN KERJA RAYA SARAWAK

    26. Investigation, Survey, Design, Improvement & Sealing Of Jln Pusa, Betong Division (Previously Known As Sri Aman Division) 11-12-2002 RM 10,000,000.00 JKR SARAWAK

    27. Investigation, Survey, Design, Improvement & Sealing Of Jln Kabong/ Nyabor/ Roban, Betong Div. (Previously Known As Sri Aman Div.) 11-12-2002 RM 12,000,000.00 JKR SARAWAK

    28. Design And Build Negotiated Contract Pembinaan Jalan Pantai Baru Dari Tanjung Kidurong-Suai-Bakam 08-09-2001 RM 581,173,224.00 JKR SARAWAK

    29. Pembinaan Jalan Baru Pantai Triso/ Melebu/ Pusa Pakej A, B, C & D 21-12-2000 RM 127,500,000.00 JKR SARAWAK

    30. The Investigation, Survey, Design, Construction & Completion Of The Kampung Buloh/Sebuyau Coastal Road 09-10-2000 RM 52,693,333.50 JKR SARAWAK

    31. Proposed Improvement & Upgrading Of The Existing Mulu Airport To Accommodate Fokker-50 Aircrafts 29-09-2000 RM 47,515,000.00 JKR SARAWAK

    32. The Investigation, Survey, Design, Construction & Completion Of Proposed Tanjung Gelang-Kampung Sungai Nai Coastal Road 22-09-2000 RM 32,480,000.00 JKR SARAWAK

    33. Design, Construction, Equipping, Commissioning And Maintenance Of Hospital Dalat (Phase 1), Dalat 21-08-2000 RM 41,560,000.00 PEJABAT PENDIDIKAN DAERAH KLUANG

    34. Infrastructural Works For Phase 1, Universiti Malaysia Sarawak (UNIMAS) Permanent Campus Kota Samarahan, Sarawak. 16-06-2000 RM 108,888,888.00 UNIVERSITI MALAYSIA SARAWAK

    35. The Proposed Infrastructure Works For Beladin Rural Growth Centre (Phase 1), Sri Aman Division, Sarawak. 18-03-2000 RM 4,899,540.00

    36. Membina Dan Menyiapkan Jalan Kuala Lawas Ke Merapok Dan Kerja-Kerja Berkaitan Di Bahagian Limbang, Sarawak. 31-12-1999 RM 15,400,000.00

    37. Completion Of The Road Linkage Between Kubah Ria Dan Jalan Merdeka, Petrajaya, Kuching, (Phase 1), Sarawak 10-11-1999 RM 3,683,750.00

    38. Dalat Water Supply (Phase II) Sibu Div.-Stage 2 Works (Raw Water Intake At Lebrasau & Raw Water Pumping Main) 03-05-1999 RM 4,983,000.00

    39. Supply, Install & Commis. Of Plant & Equipment For Batu Kitang Water Treatment Plant (Module 6), Kuching, Sarwak. 02-09-1998 RM 21,340,000.00

    40. Prop. Const. Of Kidurong Club Shoreline Protection On Kemena Land Lot 1745, Block 26, Tg. Kidurong Road, Bintulu, S’wk. 14-05-1998 RM 3,425,000.00

    41. Design, Const. & Comp. Improvement Works To The Water Supply For Belawai Subdistrict, Prop. Tg. Manis Airport, Sarawak. 30-03-1998 RM 10,833,381.00

    42. The Design & Const. For Rural Growth Centre Road, Gedong, Samarahan Division, Sarawak 19-02-1998 RM 6,800,000.00

    43. 33KV & 11KV High Tension Elec. Inst. -Prop. Rolling Mill/Wire Rod Plant On Lot 777, Block 5, Muara Tebas, Jln. Bako (L) 04-02-1998 RM 11,707,165.63

    44. Machine F/dation (Stage ll) (Pack VIB) -Rolling Mill/Wire Rod Plant, Lot 777, Block 5, Muara Tebas, Jln. Bako, Kuching. 26-11-1997 RM 6,391,071.80

    45. Sewage T/ment System (Pack VIlA) -Rolling Mill/Wire Rod Plant, Lot 777, Block 5, Muara Tebas, Jln. Bako, Kuching. 26-11-1997 RM 568,497.50

    46. Machine Foundation (Stage I) (Pack VIA) -Rolling Mill/Wire Rod Plant, Lot 777, Block 5, Muara Tebas, Jln. Bako, Kuching. 27-10-1997 RM 2,837,379.27

    47. Road & Car Park-PKG IVB – Rolling Mill/Rod Plant, Lot 777, Block 5, Muara Tebas, Jln. Bako, Kuching, Sarawak. Sarawak. 23-10-1997 RM 1,680,000.00

    48. Design, Const. & Comp. 950 Meters Berth At Bintulu Port, Bintulu, Sarawak. 16-10-1997 RM 210,000,000.00

    49. Bldg. To Workshop/Rollshop & Store, Weighbridge & Office, Guard House 1,2 & 3 (Pack IV) Bldg. Water Treat. (Pack V) 26-08-1997 RM 8,905,791.00

    50. Build. W. To W/shop/Rollshop & Store, Weighbridge & Office, Guard House & Infrastruc. (Pack. IVA)-Jln. Bako, Kuching (L) 26-08-1997 RM 7,079,864.14

    51. Struc & Bldg – Water T/ment (Pack V) – Rolling Mill/Wire Rod Plant, Lot 777, Block 5, Muara Tebas, Jln. Bako, Kuching. 26-08-1997 RM 1,987,472.31

    52. Deliv, Lay, Install. & Comm. Of Water Delivery/Pumping Main Along Jln. Santubong/Teluk Bandung, Kuching, Sarawak. 25-08-1997 RM 3,506,599.50

    53. Miri Water Supply Third Expansion Phase ll – Raw Water Transfer System From Sg. Liku, Miri, Sarawak. 17-06-1997 RM 79,895,650.00

    54. Design, Const. & Comp. Of Stapok / Sg. Maong Utama Road, Kuching, Sarawak. 10-06-1997 RM 9,000,000.00

    55. Bldg- Admin/Canteen (Pack lllB) – Rolling Mill/Wire Rod Plant, Lot 777, Block 5, Muara Tebas, Jln. Bako, Kuching. 25-04-1997 RM 2,001,946.50

    56. Bldg-Rolling Mill/Storage (Pack lllA) – Rolling Mill/Wire Rod Plant, Lot 777, Block 5, Muara Tebas, Jln. Bako, Kuching. 21-04-1997 RM 7,009,935.95

    57. Site Clearance, Sand Filling, Const. Of E. Bunds & E. Drains -Prop. Interconnect Tech. S/B, Sama Jaya Free Ind. Zone (L) 07-03-1997 RM 34,259,000.00

    58. Struct SWork/Wall Clad. (Pack ll) – Rolling Mill/Wire Rod Plant, Lot 777, Block 5, Muara Tebas, Jln. Bako, Kuching. 10-02-1997 RM 10,985,766.58

    59. The Design, Const. & Comp. For The Prop. Mulu Airport Runway Extension & Associated Works, Miri, Sarawak (L) 31-01-1997 RM 14,926,474.00

    60. Piling Rolling & Admin/Canteen (Pack I) – Rolling Mill/Rod Plant, Lot 777, Block 5, Muara Tebas, Jln. Bako, Kuching. 20-01-1997 RM 8,196,888.51

    61. The Design & Const. For The Improvement Of The Drainage System & Shoulder Works Of Jln. Matang, Kuching, Sarawak (L) 13-12-1996 RM 2,200,000.00

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